18 Burst results for "Mike Strategy"
"mike strategy" Discussed on Guru Charitra
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"mike strategy" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"That may be challenged quickly in buffalo for week one. Then they play the raiders. The bengals and green bay in green bay. So that'll be an interesting start to the years we get to see nausea harris for the very first time. Yeah najji is really the only player i actively want from this rostrum. Okay but i'm fine at prices. Yeah i'm fine. With chase klay pool. Eric brown will be a streamer through the season. He doesn't get talked about. But you're right but the only player i liked like i would love to leave a draft with najji if i get him value if i leave with chase. I'm fine with that. But i'm not like targeting him in my drafts. Final word on nause is that if he doesn't get the passing game work which is not a guarantee because we've watched. We've watched edwards alert last year. Clyde edwards josh jacobs coming into the league with only that pedigree even mile sanders to a degree in year one. It took awhile not a guarantee so if that doesn't happen and you have a bad offensive line. It could be low ceiling. Okay yeah per maybe. High floor maybe. Ten points is guaranteed from nausea every week. You could definitely be disappointed in nagae. There's no guarantee gets passing work. But i believe he will. And i don't think you will be disappointed all right. Let's talk about the second place team last year. But with the highest win total projection. Heading into twenty twenty one and the baltimore. Ravens finished eleven and five. It was a roller coaster ride tale of three seasons. I've read that book. it's a good one. Oh yeah yeah. Got the whale on it right yeah moby dick. That's it moby. Dick was one of the main characters of tale of three cs. I thought they started the year five and one then they lost four or five games and then they won five in a row heading into the playoffs. This was the resurgence of lamar at the end of the year. If you had him in the beginning you were not disappointed. You were devastated. This was you had to pay so much to get lamar and then weeks. One through eleven. Which is the fundamental part of your fantasy season where you were building your playoff team to make the playoffs. He was the quarterback nine. Yeah and you probably play in ten or twelve team leagues. So you had the quarterback nine that you had to spend it. What a second round pick on. Which means you didn't have a great running back or wide receiver core one of those two and you very well did not make the playoffs to enjoy his incredible run from weeks. Thirteen through seventeen. Now someone like mike. The fancy hitman right. Who traded for lamar jackson midseason bottom at a value. You know when when he was struggling actually made it to the playoffs and enjoyed that do it. That was the way to do it. So the question now is the the receiving the passing game. Is everything for this team. That's what we have to nail down. That's all we have to as fantasy managers figure out. What is the passing game. Look like for the ravens. Because i know how i view it i believe. I have a pretty clear picture of what what i think will happen. But i'm curious your take on twenty twenty one ravens passing okay last year. Thirty second in pass attempts thirty second in passing yards pace of play thirty. First we've talked about the small pie. That's what we're talking about about. Total pass attempts the. It's it's an efficient offense but you don't get a lot of opportunity. Sixty two plays a game eight fewer than the top teams in the league. So it's it's a slower run centric offense where lamar is going to. Tuck it I think that by the way small sidebar here mike strategy of trading for lamar late in the air. It's worth mentioning it again. We talk about drafting quarterbacks late. That doesn't mean we don't want a great quarterback We want the best quarterback. So yeah i would rather have the best in the world. So if someone drafts. Let's go through the elites the allens lamar's cuyler mahomes mahomes if someone drafts them high and they go through a lull and you can get them on the cheap go for it. Yeah because you're getting you're not paying the draft value but anyways back to the passing game. Here's what i know about baltimore. They don't throw it a lot. They were extremely discontent with the receiver core as they should be so. That's a chicken or egg right. Why throw the ball a lot. If you're very discontent with the guys are trying to catch the football right. You went out last year. You you kick the tires on dez bryant in the year because you couldn't get enough out of look hollywood's good player. Just kick the tires. You put the tire on the car man. I mean they're literally put this on the field that you put the ball ball tire on the car. Gotta drive on something that's right and then the offseason they go out. They signed sammy. Watkins they draft rashad bateman. Hollywood can't function as your only option. That's not that's nothing against hollywood brown but he was their only kind of viable option outside of mark andrews. Willie snead is. He's i mean he's not enough no no he he's a he's a wide receiver four or five for an nfl team and he was thrust into being the wide receiver. One to over the last couple of years. So my and i'll hand you the mike. I want to hear what your breakdown is..
"mike strategy" Discussed on Casual Fridays REI
"Talked myself out of it. And maybe that's what people are doing. Try to look at the glass half full more often than not and it looks like people just kind of just stop and they don't know what that next step is where they think it's such a big hurdle to get over. They don't take those small steps in between or just keep moving forward as we've said multiple times in multiple ways over the course of three hundred something episodes S a lot to fill at about this a lot too because people are always asking like can mike strategy calls. You know they'll say what are you. See what your clients make. The first year was a land. Flipper really depends on what they do anything. He knows zero being on the low end because people get into this with good intentions and then never do anything or maybe they come in. Get intentions or super hyped up. Put the mail out and then get nervous or whatever that is by anything you know. I kind of feel like we've probably all been guilty. I was thinking back when we started talking about this. One of our one of my first male to arkansas looking back now. Probably a property or two i would have bought But didn't back then maybe it was nerves. Maybe it was not people weren't really buying fifty thousand dollars properties purchase price at that point. Yeah i. I don't know if it wasn't people weren't buying it and it's i wasn't at that time you know I think it was a. I think there's a lack of wanting to pull the trigger or just nerves and pulling the trigger and i get that but the idea is. What are you here to do like what what do you. What do you want to be like you wanna be a land flipper or do you want to be a real estate investor. Then be real estate investor. It's a you know. I see people kind of talk yourself out at sea. They talk herself out. They talked to like they get a deal back in there talking to the person and maybe they talk that person out of selling them deal like they want to build this rapport and they they bring in a different traditional piece to it and lands different like we're i hate to use the term pawn shop but for lack of better term and i've heard this term three times in the last week from three different areas and it's a. We're here to solve a problem. We send out direct metal. Look for an opportunity. We get the opportunity to buy in trying to get at a discount so we can resell it for more. It's it's not anymore difficult than that. There's no secret formula other than that. You're shopping opportunity. You have to continue to get in front of people you have to continue to look at deals and continue to try to make things happen.
"mike strategy" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money
"Now i have a question for you. How many stones have you left unturned. How many stones have left turn like so. Many of you guys are struggling to grow your on my coaching business. Put you're leaving fucking stones unturned struggle your coaching business. But you're not posting on social media three to five times a week. Your struggling agree coaching business. But you're not even on tiktok yet or your post on tiktok fucking three times and it didn't work and now you quit because in life you guys like like so. Many guys are failing. Not because you're strategies wrong so many guys are failing because your effort level is shit like there's two things that success requires success requires a ton of effort and a good strategy but a good strategy without a ton of effort is completely useless and so many online coaches come into this game and they expect to make money. They see my coaches on instagram. I've helped one hundred and forty six on my coaches now crossed thousand ours month. So so many coaches will come to my program. You'll like y'all brian. Give me the fucking magic. Mike strategy like i've got the magic. The magic trick is the course. It fucking works but then they come into the course with three hundred ten effort level and the oldest program isn't working for me man and then go to their social media and i'm like bro. You're not doing anything. I fuck until you to do in the course. Of course it's not working for you. You're f- levels three out of ten. How many guys are failing right now. Because you're not going full speed. How many stones have you left on turn. I literally you got to think about the last thirty days in your on my coaching business. How many times have you posted on social media. How many calls have you got on with prospects. How much time have you spent lead generating. How many tiktok have you posted in the last thirty days. How many stones left unturned. If you're in the tinky coaching academy..
"mike strategy" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
"As you've said, , I hit the styling Sada security security center. . Now am missions <hes> pretty. . But it's also pretty simple. . It's to Mike Strategy of the safest place to connect. . Online and do business online and out at prime responsibilities really to protect <unk> old parts of the Australian economy from the beginning of business to government critical infrastructure provides small medium enterprise and individuals and. . Families get on with life online, , which as we know <unk> in Grad example is the way that wearing gauging today <hes> is an increasingly important very much. . In Lock wise I agree with we wouldn't normally have reached out to you. . So readily you've come from that mentioned a bit about your background you've been in the role to six months and you came from the National Bushfire. . Recovery Center of go committee ought not to show that the Prophets Dada was, , but you've come from a, , is it across? ? into. . What we <unk> obviously absurd at the same time <hes> as I saw across the. . Up Tyke in Saada crime and saw active duty during covid nineteen has the right thanks I fire. I'm . assuming you're Ri- You're enjoying it or you're funding it the challenge that was made to be it's <hes>. . I have to say the people that work here who <hes> mice distractions. . <unk> made to ever speak to <hes> some of the most incredible human beings having encountered by in terms of their incredible. . Personal drive towards that mission and really advancing Australia's interests but also the technical capability which is second to none. . You. . You mentioned I had come from the National Bushfire Recovery Agency, , actually not a dissimilar function in the sense that you're trying to engage h very different sectors of of the community who've been affected by <hes> <hes>. . That's materialized and assist them to get back up on their fate again, , actually to build resilience, , it's just the context he's. . Prior to that I was the head of the national. Security . Division Prime Minister and Cabinet had some timing critical infrastructure. . Yeah. . In High McVeigh's and. . Inaugural Chief Risk Officer for the Department of Homeland Phases Wales. . Postings looking after Europe and sub Saharan Africa region it sounds like a WIG background but look the headline is this a love a good crisis? ? Could us a find that the same skill set? ? Of Translating. . Deriving problems into their various segments <hes> responding to each one of ours always having a plan or campaign or or an operational approach assists in obviously having a a a defense background <hes> helps that way and and and of course, , the May you quite rightly point out. . I don't have a long technical history but. . I said twenty million constituents across the economy. . The vast majority of dying Ada <unk> semi bottom line is if I'd. . It how customers and I think that kind of balance swelled. .
Protect & Assist - An Interview with the Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre
"As you've said, I hit the styling Sada security security center. Now am missions pretty. But it's also pretty simple. It's to Mike Strategy of the safest place to connect. Online and do business online and out at prime responsibilities really to protect old parts of the Australian economy from the beginning of business to government critical infrastructure provides small medium enterprise and individuals and. Families get on with life online, which as we know in Grad example is the way that wearing gauging today is an increasingly important very much. In Lock wise I agree with we wouldn't normally have reached out to you. So readily you've come from that mentioned a bit about your background you've been in the role to six months and you came from the National Bushfire. Recovery Center of go committee ought not to show that the Prophets Dada was, but you've come from a, is it across? into. What we obviously absurd at the same time as I saw across the. Up Tyke in Saada crime and saw active duty during covid nineteen has the right thanks I fire. I'm assuming you're Ri- You're enjoying it or you're funding it the challenge that was made to be it's I have to say the people that work here who mice distractions. made to ever speak to some of the most incredible human beings having encountered by in terms of their incredible. Personal drive towards that mission and really advancing Australia's interests but also the technical capability which is second to none. You. You mentioned I had come from the National Bushfire Recovery Agency, actually not a dissimilar function in the sense that you're trying to engage h very different sectors of of the community who've been affected by That's materialized and assist them to get back up on their fate again, actually to build resilience, it's just the context he's. Prior to that I was the head of the national. Security Division Prime Minister and Cabinet had some timing critical infrastructure. Yeah. In High McVeigh's and. Inaugural Chief Risk Officer for the Department of Homeland Phases Wales. Postings looking after Europe and sub Saharan Africa region it sounds like a WIG background but look the headline is this a love a good crisis? Could us a find that the same skill set? Of Translating. Deriving problems into their various segments responding to each one of ours always having a plan or campaign or or an operational approach assists in obviously having a a a defense background helps that way and and and of course, the May you quite rightly point out. I don't have a long technical history but. I said twenty million constituents across the economy. The vast majority of dying Ada semi bottom line is if I'd. It how customers and I think that kind of balance swelled.
"mike strategy" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays
"Find another angle of attack on it find another way to try and find the information because he was a player probably know like there's definitely a thing here that I need to know that we need to know. To be hot to progress the story. But also trust that the GM will get you there. Heath. Do you have any any thoughts on that? Yeah well, I. Mean I understand I you know at least in the podcast play the like martial character I'm not very. Knowledge based anti that end I. Guess Tanya Mike if we have a string of encounters where we know there's some knowledge we need to get. We just keep having bad roles and can't find dead I think titanium? Mike. Strategy is find the most likely person who knows that information and beat it out of him Yeah. Okay. I mean you know they're the ties into finding alternate ways to get the information I think that's good adviser. It's a strategy unit as far as what I would do is GM mean like There's a couple of different ways I mean if it's information that I feel like they absolutely must have. then. I, don't put it behind a role like that's just I'll try to find a way to to make them not have to roll for because. My my thought in just in general about calling for a role is that you should never call for a role that you don't want failure to be an option for or vice versa that you don't want them to succeed like. You shouldn't call them. You know what I mean like right at I. Think. With and I don't mean to cut you off. But with my little bit of jamming experience I have I think it's much harder when you have a bit of information that it's not essential for them to beat the dungeon or the the whatever they're going through but it it gives access. To like the coolest feature in the dungeon that is not necessary..
"mike strategy" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast
"You should wait until ten you know, and so. That was something I learned The hard way definitely saved a lot of money and was working toward. It s still kind of like ran money pretty quickly in terms of like where my comfort zone was, and so I would like get on those apps where you can like walk dogs for the neighbors for ten dollars a day and stuff like that. I just need some cash. That made me really anxious, we his. Again like whatever you think is a potential time line for making Nina business I would just rather encourage people to double that than than underestimate. Such good advice and I left. How honest you are about that having to you know, go on. These websites walk dogs. Do whatever you can because I. Think like you said there's a lot of glamorization when it comes to entrepreneurship and that you know like your job and starting something new, and it looks amazing, but it is. It's a Lotta work time and Kind of going off of that in your podcast I remember you talked a lot about how motivation is the answer to getting more done an increasing productivity. Can you talk about that a little bit more? Yes, I. I can't take credit for this the. Adam grant wrote does amazing article in the. New York Times was basically telling people like you don't have time management problem. You haven't attention, management problem, and so one of the ways that. People can combat there on time. Management or productivity issues is to really ask themselves one motivates me. What why? Why am I motivated to get this test done? And the reason on so that was one part of it, but the other part of the research talks about the scene called attention residue, and there's I think his name is Doctor Leroy. I can't remember his last name, but. Basically this doctor researcher at University of Washington. Kinda coined this term attention residue, which is when your brain moves from one task to the next the next to the next. There's a little bit of attention residue leftover when you move that with Lee Inbetween Tasso. This happens. especially. The women were such good multi-taskers, but What ends up happening. You're moving from all these tasks, and you're getting a little bit done, but your attention on your focus on your ability to really concentrate on what you're doing is is lacking right because it's kind of that residues building up as he moves throughout your day on, and so what the research shows that motivation, if I you need to start by understanding why? Why am I motivated to get this done? If you have to sit down and write a blog post, what's your motivation is so you can move on something that you'd rather work on. Is it because you? Oh, this person, saying just feel better once it's done on. Are you really motivated because you have got a lot to say on topic or something like that so? I understand your motivation and then They really recommend in order to kind of keep that is. Don't do the multi testing. Sit Down, complete your task. Then give yourself time to kind of get up and walk around and let that residue get out soon. You can sit down and start a new task. kind of free and clear, which is truly in me when I heard about this I was like. Wow, that's exactly what happens to meet you know. It's not a matter of like I can't get a lot done I can, but sometimes you might time. Management is more. Related to my attention with something how you know as we all know, all of our attention standard like nothing these days. So. I think that's a really really good question for people to be asking themselves if they think they have you know time management problems for sure. Yeah, it's. A great advice and I actually read Adam grants book originals back when I was doing my master's degree in it was, it was such an impactful. Book overall insight I love that you reference that. So quite funny enough that were one of our questions is to ask you about this current pandemic, and how people are losing their jobs. Were in in Canada and it's just I even myself. I lost my job. At the beginning of March and it's just been it. Is I fortunate enough to be in a position where I have these other projects that I've built up kind of on the side and you know obviously Espo second help support in that way, but it's still it's so hard. It's it's. It's such an uncertain time, and it's. How do you navigate that position now like people have put a freeze on hiring and it's just it's kind of a frustrating thing to be dealing with. One of our questions was chat about how we can help. People navigate the job market during such a global crisis, and what would be some recommendation recommendations suggestions from your perspective on on what we can do. Yeah it's it's certainly hard out there and. Nobody is alone. If anybody's feeling like this happened to them in all eight of them I, mean we absolutely can see the numbers that that's not the case. So It's a good question are really relevant question on citing the first thing. People need to do when they've been laid off. Is I always think of this sort of like kind of going back to the last thing we just talked about like? If your attention is focused on filing for unemployment, you're going to have a really hard time actually like applying to jobs doing a good job of that, so the first thing I would say is lake. Make sure that. You kind of check off all the boxes related to the logistics for file for unemployment. Right away on that takes time, and also right away I would go through and I would look at your expenses. What is your runway? How long do you have until you have to have the next job? 'cause that's really going to. Play a big role into what your job search strategy is. If you have you know six months to find a job, then I'm not gonNa tell you to go where the demand is and get a job right the second while you're working out, you know, spend your free time working your way toward your ideal job. You don't necessarily need to do that right this second, but there are people where they're gonNA. Add up their expenses and look at stuff in there s i. don't I don't have much room in my life for me to not have a job i. need something today. If that's you, then I would say absolutely go. There is demand there are companies definitely hiring. Amazon Walmart for example, the grocery stores you know even if you worked in finance before like. Any job that allows you to be able to actually focus and do a good job with your job search because you're not worried about if you're going to be able to pay your rent and keep a roof over your head this month is going to be good. But let's say you. Clicked an employment. You've got some savings in the bank his year like okay. My runway six months. Okay then. Mike Strategy is going to be a lot different for you. Because you sort of have this opportunity, not sort of you do have an opportunity to really sit back maybe for the first time ever in your life on like for like people like me. Who graduated during a recession? We never got this. We never got to do the thing where we graduated college took the summer off right? We were kind of worried..
"mike strategy" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli
"Are are when you say integrating other data are they bringing together all their agronomy decisions or is it at financial tools or is it management from Bring in input costs and break even analysis and that kind of thing or what. What a bit of all of it okay. Yeah we're we're more so on the economic side of it than Astronomic. There's a lot of really good program up here to focus on the astronomic part of it. We integrate with those systems and tie in the cost level. So we really want you to be able to understand when you're out there planting your crap and you're harvesting your crops and you've done all these activities. What's the cost associated and they make sense financially to do that? Thing and so conservative is more economic than the if I were to pick a side but we allow astronomic ceases to have peoper insight by time. Those costs to at that becomes absolutely no. I trust me. We used to call it. The The shoebox accounting method. And maybe be. I'm sure you're familiar with that. And in the green origination people would not track their green sales. They just make sale after-sale for sale. And then one day they would bring in the shoebox of all their receipts and say here to dump it on. Somebody's desk inside of our grain elevator. Figure this out and we're where my ad how much of I sold and and how much of I made and you know or or the methodology that there's money in the checkbook you know and if there's money in the checkbook than I Then I then I I I have enough. I made money that year. So yeah exactly. So how? How do you go in? And and if you had to say you know how do you work? How do you work with producers? And in what they do in your involvement specifically on so for me specifically I. I do work directly with the grower. But there's a lot of the Times where I've already had relationships built with bank or seed salesman or the agronomist or whatever it may be and they may say you know we work with this farmer and there. They know how to farm but there might just be a little bit of complexity and they're doing that shoebox method where they got the box full of the receipts and so they have the information. But what do they do with it? How do they make sense of it? I mean did they just throw it on their trusted adviser desk and walk over the best and we work with those trusted advisers. And they say we've got that farmer. Who'S GONNA FARMING? But they need help in this area tracking those elevator or maybe they need help planning and budgeting and really just honing in on the cost and getting things set up and or maybe they're you know needing to have a whole system where everyone in the car needs to be able to log in and do their part and you know not affect somebody else's part whereas maybe that biggles spreadsheets. One person could go in making it. So that's what conservatives does and so Yeah work directly with a grower. I worked directly with a trusted adviser as well and so it's really It depends and we're not GONNA be a fit for every farmer but the family has got it does make sense for. It's changed their lives dramatically. Because they're doing what they WANNA do. What you arm knock recor keep. Nhl Work helping eliminate some of the manual entry and the time sent and all that stuff into the computer. They're actually focusing on what they need to do farm. That's great so talk about. Maybe what what are your more rewarding in sales you have all those you have high moments in low moments so if you had to say hey. These are some of the more rewarding. It's always interesting. I think for for us as sales people to understand what somebody else finds as a rewarding moment because certain there are lots of level moments and there are lots of low moments but Maybe talk about some of your highlights of hey. These are the most rewarding moments in a in a sales career can me? I always wanted to be able to help a farmer. And if it's me bringing in service on the farm and solving those types of problems where you know we've given them five back then with their family or we've helped make their lives organized things like that. That's always rewarding but honestly Being able to see your typical traditional farmer. That's just aren't in the rain there. You know and being able to kind of melt them a little bit and help them understand like not. Every salesperson is out to get you not every company is going to try to take advantage of you and when I wake up with them and they're like oh you are actually here for my best interest. You actually care you actually understand what we're going through you know you're you're the farmer's daughter and farmers life and you get what it's like in our injuries. Those moments are so rewarding for me that it's like okay. Somebody acts just backfield's person and that's pretty. That's pretty rewarding. Let's talk about maybe the lowest. How do you get through? Maybe a better question for you would be Obviously the lows are a customer quits. You or distrust you as you what you talk a lot about. As far as being the high is trust they built that you drive on the farm and they they locate your one more salesperson trying to call on them. And then you break through and you get through the other side where they realize. You're not just trying to make a commission. You're trying to help them and match a product obviously to do that. But how do you? How do you maybe get through? What perspectives do use internally within your head To give you strength to get through that moment when you know it's a little bit of a low after number that I couldn't have shown up on a bad day and so I try not to take it personally but I when I feel I feel really hard and I'm very empathetic to every single farmer because I know what they're going through and I know that it's not my fault That they're having a bad day. Maybe I don't know maybe I well actually I did try yours one time and love big run so maybe that was all but You know I I just remember that. They're facing a lot of struggles right now with the industry with markets and so it's not always I'm the one that they're letting it out on so I have to remember that but I'm Mike Strategy is hey get set back are asking appropriate questions if if it's necessary or if it's applicable and just really dive into like what is the problem. Is it something I can? Paul did I show up and you're frustrated because your crews running around and no one knows what they're doing okay. Well let's talk about maybe getting your system with orders where you can find somebody attack and so I try not to give up too easily and say okay. You're in a bad mood. I'll stop by some other time. I'm like well. Are you in a bad mood? Because there's something on the farm I could talk with. Maybe I can't maybe I can't and so let's talk. Let's really just figure out you know. Maybe I did show on the right day and I'm really seeing that you are frustrated and maybe it was because you need something like us and it just happened to be a coincidence that I'm not going to screen a strategy than just really hone in on what the problem is. And so sometimes it works and and I think the perspective you share about. You know it's not about you typically unless there's something in particular that your company has done or you have done and odds are that that's probably not likely that you've just kinda caught a moment in time in their busy in trying to obviously they play challenges just as any company does So you you brought up a great point previously. I WanNa get to that you've been involved in women ag which is an association. I'm GonNa let you talk about but this is a an interesting point. You mentioned growing up on a farm that you can't remember a time when a female a woman called on the farm to sell your family and he and he products and that is obviously changed over the last twenty twenty five years. I mentioned to you when we talked previously. I started out and there was one Saleslady amongst twenty five thirty sales guys and it was very it was a unique type thing over the course of my career course. That was different as we probably were. Fifty fifty by the time I ended my career with my previous company in today's environment I would imagine it's about that Ratio so so tell us a little bit about what women is what drew you into it. And let's explore a little bit about that environment and you and then you mentioned also the farmer's wife's involved because this is important as you go in to sell that this bias about who's running the farm In who's actually running the books and I and I talk about it so usually a joint effort if you don't know it it's usually a joint effort and sometimes it's actually run more by The spouse than it is maybe by the person that drives the tractor in that so so tell slowed about women and your involvement back to Indiana. I was trying to build up my network and religious starts to be involved and get to know the people to know and so I joined This women and Agribusiness Group and they had meet up and Indianapolis I want to say it was quarterly and so I started to go to those and met a lot of really good women and and they ranged from people who are in college that were internships to folks in sales positions. Like me all the way up your CEO's and very high professional women in agriculture we all attended these NIETA And it was basically just a networking events and to wind things like that and then attended a few more of those started skew. Go see some of the local. They're pretty had women in aggravates as well and The ACI Agriculture Council of Indiana. They have some women and arguments as well. And so when I refer to women and I I just need like the idea of women in agriculture. So yes there is an organization the women in Agriculture Agribusiness But basically I just thirty day. Ten minutes things and I realized that there are professional women and agriculture. That aren't just the women that were in the firm daughter or just the farmer's wife and married into it there's actually successful of agriculture and so that's pretty huge because it helps opened my eyes to You can be a professional when you go to the farm. You don't have to act like every other arms daughter when you go and talk to a farmer but then also helps you talk professionally to their wives. Who like you said are usually probably going to be very makers and one of the biggest influences on where the farm goes because if they are doing about keeping and they arguing the one where all the paperwork they are ones who are going to be in our system can all the time because they're the ones are entering and maintaining and so to have relationship built with those farmers wives or whoever is on the arm that's a woman It's important to understand that dynamic in that respect it's necessary and so Taking a lot of different classes met a lot of different women to like. I said we're in different roles and it's been pretty good fine courage anyone who is a female. That's working in agriculture. That doesn't really know their play You know whether it's like am I allowed to step outside of the Farm And and leave home and do something professional and on my own still aggravated and still the farmer at the end of the day. Which is what I did I still. I still participate on our farm but obviously didn't work out for me to stay home and so there are opportunities for women and I think it's great to have that support system because it's like oh I'm not just gung Ho like wants to be in your face spend it is I just WanNa be you know dog being a part of those great. There's IT's You know I guess my question would be and I'm a GEN X so I'm halfway between a boomer millennial you know. Kinda with a lost generation. So I grew up in an era where that didn't predominantly they. Were not involved in the those kind of jobs and then moved into a career towards the end where it was fifty fifty percent and today it's obviously in some cases fifty fifty in some cases more than that. But if you had to give advice nobody said. Hey Greg as a sales manager. Here's what you should do. Or here's some advice for you for now. I had an HR department. That would tell me if I did something wrong. I mean those are obvious. You know people know better than the Deuce you know. Those things were someone does something wrong. They knew better. They just did abide by the laws but for outside of that for for managing a you know a female salesforce or managing a workforce male women. What you do you go. Farm to. Farm are some of the people that listeners out here? Go Agribusiness to agribusiness. What advice would you give to a manager? A sales manager or a manager at all a male manager in regards to advice about managing a women in salesforce. Our our workforce anything in particular that you would say. Hey here's.
"mike strategy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"What a candidate must get to win the nomination for president saw is what you need to know about super Tuesday latest polls have Sanders up in California Texas Virginia Massachusetts and Colorado California Texas alone allocates six hundred forty three delegates nearly half of today's the Golden State is a lock for Bernie Sanders being the most liberal state in the union but Joe Biden is competing in Texas the former vice president holds a slim lead in North Carolina and is being boosted by black voters in places like Tennessee Alabama and Arkansas Peter Boody judging Amy clover chart dropped out of the race and are helping Joe Biden there's board could be enough to keep him close to Bernie Sanders now the biggest question of the day billionaire Mike Bloomberg mayor Mike strategy of sitting out the first four primaries and caucuses could it pay off mayor Bloomberg had a tough time during his first two debates but has the money to overcome the negative press he's already spent four hundred million dollars on his campaign and is prepared to go into the billions I hear he has gone up in the polls in recent weeks but it is unclear whether his strategy will translate into actual votes Tuesday Bloomberg is a technocrat campaigning on his ability to manage the country he's not an ideological guy but he does believe in the green new deal end he wants to ban guns as much as possible that's gonna hurt him in the shop I'm going the race will likely come down to the killer bees Bernie Biden and Bloomberg it is clear the party establishment will do anything to avoid running as socialists against Donald Trump so Bernie Sanders is not a lock no matter how many votes he gets today I don't expect Bloomberg you drop out and I don't expect him to do all that well today Joe Biden's fortunes depend on his doing well enough to raise money if he gets clocked on super Tuesday she always in trouble all in all some drama in America Donald Trump would like to run against a socialist Sanders but Joe Biden is the establishment's guy place your bets now I'm.
"mike strategy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To win the nomination for president SOP is what you need to know about super Tuesday latest polls have Sanders up in California Texas Virginia Massachusetts and Colorado California Texas alone allocates six hundred forty three delegates nearly half of today's total the Golden State is a lock for Bernie Sanders being the most liberal state in the union but Joe Biden is competing in Texas the former vice president holds a slim lead in North Carolina and is being boosted by black voters in places like Tennessee Alabama and Arkansas Peter moody judging Amy clover chart dropped out of the race and are helping Joe Biden there's Ford could be enough to keep him close to Bernie Sanders now the biggest question of the day billionaire Mike Bloomberg mayor Mike strategy of sitting out the first four primaries and caucuses could it pay off mayor Bloomberg had a tough time during his first two debates but has the money to overcome the negative press he's already spent four hundred million dollars on his campaign and is prepared to go into the billions I hear he has gone up in the polls in recent weeks but it is unclear whether his strategy will translate into actual votes through debt Bloomberg is a technocrat campaigning on his ability to manage the country is not an ideological guy but he does believe in the green new deal end he wants to ban guns as much as possible that's going to hurt him in the shop I'm going the race will likely come down to the killer bees Bernie Biden and Bloomberg it is clear the party establishment will do anything to avoid running as socialists against Donald Trump so Bernie Sanders is not a lock no matter how many votes he gets today I don't expect Bloomberg to drop out and I don't expect him to do all that well today Joe Biden's fortunes depend on his doing well enough to raise money yes he gets clocked on super Tuesday she always in trouble all in all some drama in America Donald Trump would like to run against a socialist Sanders what Joe Biden is the establishment's guy place your bets now I'm bill Riley and I approve that message by actually writing it for more news analysis please visit bill o'reilly dot com where I will be live tonight everybody can see it beginning at nine Easter.
"mike strategy" Discussed on Code Story
"I'm curious was kind of just with the the structure of of what you're doing with very Buhl. Was it like very different to how manufacturers currently work where it was kind of like disrupting things were. Maybe they're they're like We don't do things that way or we can't do it like that. You hit the nail on the head. That's a that's a big thing for manufacturers Is Sort of the way we've always done it kind of thing And so we spend a Lotta time. Educating businesses on a new way to a new Labour paradigm. We'll call it. There's there's your fulltime labor there's even temp staffing which we get confused for a lot. We're not nothing thing. So there's like staff augmentation so people you know you're gonNA need for a longer amount of time than a discrete amount of time. Maybe a year or months cents or something like that the tour temp staffing fits in. But then there's also you don't know what you don't know based on your forecast so you know if you're demand spikes if yourself your sales team goes out and kills it which you want you want all time right and you've got spike orders. You'RE NOT GONNA go back. You don't want to go back to those customers and say yeah we can can get those for you but it's GonNa be six months extra time because we don't have enough people right Do you Wanna be able to bring in the the Labor to do the work right then can get them out on a on a on a time schedule. Aren't legitimate time schedule so we do spend a lot of time. Educating businesses on. We're not tim staffing. This is a New Labor paradigm. This allows you to do things that you've been dreaming about doing but haven't been able to yeah Interesting so kind of jumping into product market fit kind of stuff. How do you you know you have this idea? You're you're starting to work towards that you build the APP. What's kind of? What was your guys as Mike Strategy to know I know like okay? Things are going. Well things are going where we want to be like. WE'RE GETTING CLOSER TO PRODUCT MARKET FIT. Sure it's a great question You you know we Kinda do a pretty normal cycle and making sure. We're building a product for the market. you know we. We do voice of the customer type stuff. We do You know feedback from our workers. Our businesses From all levels of those individuals we craft personas of those people on. What's important to them so it's hard to? It's hard to know hard hard to answer like this was the point where we knew we had brought up market. I think from the from the beginning we knew we. We knew we had a fit for the the market but was the market actually You know subscribing to it yet if that makes sense so we iterative rated on on the APP We kind of got out there and got a starting point. We tried to do more of the ready fire. Aim Mentality Which is hard as an engineer? 'cause you WanNa perfect everything but you know get something out get the the the best thing you can get out quickly and And then ask and then watch you know. Watch your analytics watch. Your sign. UPS watched the feedback that comes in from support standpoint and having an issue here and it probably if I was to put a time frame on it was probably six months after that initial launch that we felt like we had had a good core product that we could offer the market that the market really wanted and were subscribing to Um uh-huh and from that point we sort of shifted our focus to protecting the core product and building on top of it so making sure that anything we built on top of that core Produc doc didn't disrupt that The value that businesses wanted so. You already mentioned that geographically expanded quite a bit I was also wondering how else maybe even in technical terms How you managed to scale that like from those I li- I two hundred workers or operators growing from there? How'd that go abroad Absolutely So so that's an interesting comparisons piersons a two hundred ish. Three hundred we start at now. We've got Thirty thousand workers that are regularly on the platform working. It's awesome and we've got seventy five five thousand active people so people that are looking but maybe not haven't haven't gotten to work yet or have worked but aren't working anymore So we've gotten a lot of good good traction action there but as far as the the scaling part of it. There's two things that we look at as far as scaling scaling the business and then scaling the technology and all I can speak to both scaling scaling the business for us because we're having to do so much education having to do so much Almost consulting work almost like Coming in and helping someone craft their operation around New Labor paradigm kind of educating in a lot with which we don't plan on doing long-term but but it's kind of the nature of an older business nature of of who were serving revenue a lot of that so uh we scaled our business based on Sort of looking at high density areas of people high density areas of The industry industry activity And then also places where we can put people on the ground so we have market teams in each geographical pickle market that we occupy. We think that's important because manufacturing As I mentioned we're having to educate educate a lot of people in this New Paradigm Paradigm but also manufacturing is is big on relationships with big on someone face to face kind of being able to talk to you have a conversation before they adopt a lot of new things. So so that's proven really useful and that's not normal for technology normally tech. You WanNa you know by a bunch facebook and Google ads and just get the word out and have everybody sign up and it's sort of a different Different industry where serving which is important for us to know on the technology side. There's two ways we have scaled one. We're just starting to get into the second one. I'll talk about the first one. We built the solution in the cloud from from the get-go and built it on Amazon and have scaled infrastructure servers vers- replicating servers database pipeline Through put all of the infrastructure scale ability levers. We've pulled until we essentially can't pull them anymore. So you know we started out building a monolithic back end And it served US really well. We've been really happy with it. It's done well but we're getting to the point where we can't really just throw more money at infrastructure got. We've we've got to start. We gotTA start evaluating a new way so we are actually in the middle of of of a back. End Redesign or separation using micro services using I'm Cooper Netease and docker which I'm really excited about. It's a really fun exercise and we're lucky to have the opportunity to get to do it early. We have done. Some decently sophisticated. Forecasting our infrastructure mapping to growth plans. And and we're able to see. Hey we got about nine months before we really just totally holy crap this and and we gotta we gotTa really get to work. So that's good because we have a little breathing room we have. It's going to be fun to architect is just just a really cool engineering problem like how you still excited about. It's still early. Maybe I'll have different different thoughts later. uh-huh won't be fun. Maybe if there's some big roadblocks or something yeah I'm sure there will be talking about docker containers and micro services. Absolutely I mean. I know you mentioned there wasn't like this moment where you felt like Oh we have park fit but like in some ways. It sounds like you're starting to focus on more. I guess not necessarily product market fit challenges. Like I like doing redoing the back end and stuff like that to me. That kind of sounds more like this is like scaling thing. Where in some ways? You've you guys have made it in the business to the point where it's like okay. We know what we're doing as good. That's what we need to do now. We can focus on making things better or or scaling it So yeah wake was there. When did that point come come along like okay? Now we're focusing more on scaling and rather than Still not sure if what we're doing is the right solution right right sure. That's a that's A. That's a great question if I look at it a little bit differently so if I look at the timeline of what we did. So we launched February mid February twenty seventeen and we essentially did a small all pilot with probably five or six businesses to prove to prove the concept And so if I look at that as like a product market fit gauntlet That was probably the time premium. That's kind of the six month. Timeframe I was referring to earlier is like okay. You know we had. We had four or five businesses using the platform arm That were that knew. They were early businesses. That knew that. Hey this is a brand new idea. You know Will work with you on cost or or whatnot right but you know we want you to work with us on helping shape this product and so I think after that six month timeframe we felt really good about the product we had made the tight core product and then beyond that we started to again protect that ticor product but then look for ways to enhance it so on both sides of the marketplace which is also so really fun to have two different types of customers. 'cause you're building you get to essentially build to two sides to the solution different bells and whistles for both which is interesting because they both have different problems you know for the worker side? They want to be able to see the work. Quick bid on the work quick get paid quick and get to the next opportunity right and so oh it's gotta be super simple. It's gotTa be super enjoyable experience that you gotTa make them want to come back So we added in game fixation we've added some pointing systems. We've We we pay our workers daily so they get paid the next day after they do a job so if they are stringing together a bunch of work over a month they get essentially enrolling paycheck which are operated really like On the businesses side. They want visibility. They WANNA be able to see who they're going to work with. They WANNA be able to see their resume. I didn't WANNA be able to build a Labor Pool essentially a favorites list And so So they have different problems to solve their So you know kind of roping that back into the product market fit. I think that after that six months six zero six eight month timeframe We really started it to focus on. Okay we have a foundation of what is working Let's start making that. We'll start building in some Enhancements I WanNa say bells and whistles because it's not just not just making noise they're They're enhancing the experience for our operators and businesses businesses. Well was there a L. It almost seems like you guys had this idea. And in some ways you hit the head Ryan the needle with that original plan. Maybe or was there like like it doesn't sound like there was a pivot in there or something where you're like okay. We were really off here. Do D- Was it really kind of like kind of your I go out. It was a pretty like this. This is what worked kind of thing or did you really learn some things like okay. We're really wrong there. You're sure no It's a it's a great question. There was definitely some things that were wrong on The core idea a chance At the answer your question to two different ways one yes. The core idea was was right And I feel like we got that right coming out of the gate.
"mike strategy" Discussed on Election Ride Home
"The big match up on Super Bowl l L. I. V. that's fifty four and Roman numerals won't be between whichever two teams wind up on the field. Rather it'll be big money versus big money. As the campaigns of Mike Bloomberg and Donald Trump have each dropped at least ten million dollars for sixty second long super bowl ads that will run this February fourth Bloomberg spokesperson told The New York Times. The biggest his point is getting under trump's skin by taking the fight to trump. The AD is part of Mike Strategy of running a national campaign that focuses on states where the general election will be decided parts parts of the country that are often overlooked. Bloomberg has already spent over one hundred seventy million dollars in advertising on TV and online according to the New York Times he has an uphill uphill fight to gain recognition among voters as he's best known in New York and in financial circles a recent online photo identification test at the New York Times found seventy seven percent of people correctly. Identified him just by his picture but those are New York Times readers he can reach. Nearly one hundred million viewers through the super bowl ad potentially making it his introduction to a large swath of voters he needs to convince both in the primary stage and were he to win in order to flip states with key electoral votes Bloomberg is currently polling between between five and six percent according to five thirty eight and realclearpolitics national averages. That's more than the margin of error behind footage who is trailing far behind Biden Sanders Anders and born in nationally but Bloomberg is also a couple points above the next year Jiang enclosure.
"mike strategy" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Later that I really got the bugs for for other places and I'm GonNa jump ahead here on the West. They've missed a big travel milestone. But I believe you are one of the founders of Microsoft Strategy a tech firm. Yeah that's correct. And in so watt led to more international travel because that was started up You know we started from nothing in wound up. Being a public company went public in nineteen ninety. Eight is still. It's still in business and we when we did start to expand internationally I will I was all over that I wanted to maximize that so I one of the things I did was run all the recruiting the human resources on side of things and so I had this idea. It was really difficult to get good computer science graduates in the US. It was very very competitive and nobody really knew Mike Strategy so I took some ideas that had come from the Boston consulting group where I worked before and from the Air Force. Imagine this program called the international associate program in that would be. We opened an office in Paris. And so you could tell the American kids coming out of Harvard or MIT or wherever they have the opportunity to go to the to the French office and you could tell a person from France that they would have the opportunity to come to the US. We got We opened about a dozen officers soon in in Europe. I and each one of them. I recruited people from the top universities there and started getting people of extremely high caliber wound up being. Ceo's in their own right so that was a that was a huge success and enabled needs to go round to the European countries Every year really maybe sometimes twice a year Charleston. So that kept me sort of satisfied During those during those Internet Years Charles. So you're doing this travel to all the international offices. It sounds a bit like an extension of your summer to Europe after Harvard. So was that sort of the same universe of Europe. Or were you extending your wings at this point in doing in India or Asia or Japan or anything only the only thing that I can think of laws one trip that I made with my first wife to.
"mike strategy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"For him against the lefty. Chafing. Bases. Loaded two outs here on the bottom of the seventh the pitch is off the inside with a slider ball one. So Andrew chafe and has come into this game and. It's not. Looking great at the moment in terms of his sharpness did get panic, but he walks off days, followed by longoria wanna know he throws MRs way outside to another slider. A walk would force in Iran and bring Pablo Sandoval up with the basis full these on deck. Agree is on base average, now we're gonna have another meeting pitching coach is coming out. Giants fans are gonna be cranky about this. No doubt. Good. The pitching coach. You can't blame the pitching coach for wanting to. Try to help his pitcher dean focus. You wonder maybe just want to remind. I don't know if you noticed Andrew and op at the scores ten to one throw strikes. No, he's not throwing strikes at the moment. The pitch longoria takes way outside three fastball. Derek Rodriguez goes two innings. His day is now done Milan-San continues to warm up. I would think longoria would be taking all the way here have ace's loaded spot down big and a three. Oh count. He takes at it's all four low walks in Iran. Mike strategy crosses home plate for the first time in his major league career. Janet goes to third. Austin goes to second longoria gets credit for the run-batted-in draws another walking out, Pablo gets to hit with the basis. Full. Tend to Diamondbacks. Let's see if the giants can keep this rally going to Diamondbacks, send. Archie Bradley down to the bullpen to start to get loose. He's going to try to get ready fast. Hyphen just doesn't have his sharpness back toback walks, so Pablo. Batting from the right side. Over to today. The pitch is a called strike fast fastball. Right on the inside corner. Owen one ninety five miles an hour. Watch had not really been a big problem for Chafee issued six walks in fifteen and two-thirds innings not not perfect, but not like commands. Always a problem for him. One two Pablo bases. Loaded two down. Here's a swing a little looping liner toward right? Center field. It's gonna get down Basit panic into score Austin around thirty hill score over the third goes seven longoria and giants get a couple runs. Closer problems out of all dunks run in its ten to four still a long way to go. But. Giants with their first sustained rally the game right here right now. Brad belt will come up all through the spring. We so Pablo. Swing the bat, very effectively adding right handed, which he had not done in a few years and Pablo says he because his shoulder is all healthy now did not been for a while. The years belt. He takes the ball. Slider. Mrs low still all that's his fifth hit as a right handed batter in twenty four at bats from that side. And it's not the same kind of swing that he takes a left handed hitter one. Oh, is a slow ground ball. The end of the defense. The second baseman bargains charges fields. Throws out bell. Then that ends the rally Brennan belt economy, went out of the strike zone there, which we don't see that often from him. It's been a tough day for belt giants. Do get three runs though..
"mike strategy" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"It would be great. Normally what he has an idea, and it doesn't work out. He'll just be like a few weeks later that was a mistake or even nothing, but you know, GM's are stuck with it. So yeah, you're stuck with that. I think do you have I know you guys track. Everything do you have data that suggests that in the last two playoff runs James harden has actually suffered from fatigue related issues that he has worn down is their physical proof that this is a thing. There's no doubt. But to be fair. I don't even know what that data let food be that. Maybe he's deceleration. His acceleration person metrics that kind of stuff nothing showed up in that kind of stuff. Now. I mean, obviously, that's the narrative we humans, love narratives. So. We we're based on our data. We're managing him through the season fine, obviously, Mike strategy, and it's a law running strategy before they had low data is you know, we more or less at this point show up to play games. Right. And put very little wherein terrace. A younger deal is different. It was different. We had a younger team. But now we're seeing that there's only one thing to do when the title, and we got to have our guys at their peak. The guy that I'm actually worried about wearing down his PJ because he's the only real four on the team. Obviously you've played for eat a little bit there. When when there were injuries and just that guy is such a grinder. He's playing more minutes than he's ever played before. Are you worried at all about him wearing down before the playoffs or is he just an ironman where where an older team generally those teams have done better in the playoffs. But yeah, it comes with the trade off. It comes over the trade off of like I was talking to the Tillman for t- to the owner. And we're talking about the team is involved in everything. And and I said, you know, other teams do about it in the plasma comes with a trade off like we play an athletic young team. They can make you look bad on some nights when they're at one hundred percent, and that was thunder Spurs when they would occasionally have game where the funder looked like they were playing at different sport. And it would overwhelm the Spurs and the Spurs would overwhelm them with skill and smart it was fascinating sleepy. Bye. Miami just has our number like, they're they have like a bunch of guys that play hard together athletic all those things, and they always you never number. We only beat them as less came. Because James went supernova again, which seems amazing. But it also comes with that trade off, which is a minor one..
"mike strategy" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"But I do need to watch myself because like it, even if it doesn't show in the way, it's it's affecting the inside of my body. So I do try to eat healthy when I can. But I do eat fast food. I'm not gonna lie. It's not it's it's not good for you. But in moderation you have to give me Chick-fil-A, dude. I love it Chick-fil-A sandwiches. Would you? Fuck any YouTubers? Like are there any that? You let me rephrase it. As I mean, I need my chick. Speaking of chicken sandwiches, would are there any YouTubers that you have a crush on smooth slight that you would take on a nice date to dinner one youtuber actually hold on. Hold on. Let me think about this one. This is this is a tricky question. It's not tricky. It simple. She's a gamer. No, Pok Mon. Is this number will is about Corey. He said it you said though, I don't want. I mean, do let's keep it. Keep it private. Audio version only I'm saying like rug may have written something down on paper. I know things. Now, you're listening phase. Rog got to lamposts. Let's. I approve of that. Got solid girls. You'd like to see Logan talk to either. Youtubers? Let's see. Oh, you tumors would be like a good match. Trying to see like is there a lot of girl YouTubers on the platform. Like, I feel like yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But I have found the most. Really to hog to he's in a whole done. Like a lot of. Female YouTubers fucking hard workers Ryan, and they don't give a shit about dating sheriff if it walks in their life like gray, but they are hard working on their women. Yeah. So, you know, sometimes it's hard to get time from them. Sometimes. It's not. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. What's your favorite fast food in and out? Good on definitely. It's good. It's good is also this like it's overrated for sure that's like whenever people don't have internet where they live and they come and try it this is overrated. But like, I don't know. I just never get tired of it you ever focused five guys. Jeff five guys. It's pretty bomb to yet. What about veggie grill? You're not offense. I I've never been. Really good. Bonded, big time over this when we originally met, I was like, you you like veggie grill, and he's like slavery. So. Veggie grill. I'm not you haven't tried it. You gotta try try Santa Fe crispy chicken. It's all vegan cookie satisfied potato fries once a week for five years straight. Okay. I'll try it out. I have a pecking order for fast food for I call those not fast food what you said in and out call it that made to order food blog, by the way, it's not really fast food. You know what I'm saying? It's it's not that fast shake shack top number one check bomb five guys in and out. And there's a chain in the in the south water. What a burger I had it. It's ask kind of really I had it when I went to Texas. It was pretty good. I mean, maybe first time having it. I don't know you told me about that the other day the water ver- what what what what? Water. You walk in my room in a very opportune time to tell me about this water. You often walk into my room in opera. The other day. Yeah. That's one thing. Living upstairs all live upstairs, very close proximity to each other. And it's Mike strategy is just go right in to just enter I've walked in on some aunts. And by the way, I've brought some to that room to shake shack..
"mike strategy" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"But I do need to watch myself because like it, even if it doesn't show in the way, it's it's affecting the inside of my body. So I do try to eat healthy when I can. But I do eat fast food a lot. I'm not gonna lie. It's not it's it's not good for you. But in moderation you have to give Chick-fil-A dude. I love it Chick-fil-A sandwiches. Would you? Fuck any YouTubers? Like are there any that? You let me rephrase it. As I need much. Speaking of chicken sandwiches, would are there any YouTubers that you have a crush on smooth. That you would take on a nice date to dinner one youtuber actually hold on. Hold on. Let me think about this one. This is this is a tricky question. It's not tricky. It's simple. She's a gamer, no. Pokey will. Is this number will is Valkyrie. He said it. It's a use it though. I don't want. I may do let's keep an let's keep it private. Audio version only I'm saying like rug may have written something down on paper. I know things. Now, you're listening phase Rog, he's got to lamb bows. Let's. I approve of that. Got solid girls. You'd like to see the Logan talk to either. Ooh. Youtubers? Let's see. Oh, you two would be a good match. I'm trying to see like is there a lot of girl YouTubers on the platform. Like, I feel like yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But I have found the most. Really talk to he's in a hole. Like a lot of. Female YouTubers fucking hard workers Ryan, and they'll give a shit about dating like sheriff if it walks in their life like gray, but they are hard working on their women. Yeah. So, you know, sometimes it's hard to get time from them. Sometimes. It's not. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. What's your favorite fast food in and out? Good on. Definitely it's good. It's good is also this like it's overrated for sure that's like whatever people don't have internet where they live and they come and try it this is overrated. But like, I don't know. I just never get tired of it you ever focus guys five guys is pretty bomb to yet. What about veggie grill? You're not I've never been really good actually bonded big time over this. When we originally met. I was like you you like veggie grill, and he's like slavers so. Hello veggie grill. I'm not tried it. No. You gotta try try Santa Fe crispy chicken. It's all you can get the chocolate chip cookies sweet potato fries Beal once a week for five years straight. Okay. I'll try it out. I have a pecking order for fast food for I call those not fast food, what you said in an I call it that made to order food blog, by the way, it's not really fast food. You know what I'm saying? It's it's not that fast shake shack top number one check bomb five guys in and out. And there's a chain in the in the south called water burger, I had it gets asked ask really I had it when I went to Texas. It was pretty good. I mean, maybe first time having it. I don't know you told me about that the other day the water burger what? Yeah. No. What it what? Water. You walk into my room in a very opportune time to tell me about this water. You often walk into my room in the times the other day. Yeah. That's one thing. Living upstairs all three of live upstairs. Very close proximity to each other. And it's Mike strategy is just go right in to just enter I've walked in on some ons. And by the way, I've brought some to that room..