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"morgan gene" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
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"morgan gene" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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"morgan gene" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"He not only studied genetics at university level, as well as doing postdoctoral studies in syto genetics. He's the president of a company called the DNA company, which does functional genomic testing and consulting. And even does like individualize supplementation programs based on your genetic profile, but he's also widely regarded as a pioneer in the field of medical genomics. He was the founder and president of a company called Monning. He was the CEO of combinator tricks, which was a NASDAQ traded company in diagnostic genomic, micro arrays. He was the director of genomics at Quest Diagnostics, which you may have heard of. Before the world's largest reference laboratory. It's like has a market capitalization. I think over ten billion dollars in and he was their director of genomics there. I was also the director of research at spectral genomics, which was one of the industry's first commercial genomic, micro, microwave, developers. So is done a lot. And he's probably seen Morgan gene reports than just about anybody. I know. So Dr Mosser, welcome to the showman. It's an honor having. Yeah. And you're, you're up in Canada, right? Yes. We are it in. But yes, we. Which are over there, Toronto east coast, so we Toronto. But honestly speaking, I wouldn't trade it for anything else, I do Mr. sons that it's all city. Also research, awesome people. One of my buddies has a restaurant over in Toronto. It's supposed to be amazing. I haven't bad. It's supposed to go there last time that I wound up going over to that controversial ameet restaurant, where the guy carved the deer in the window in front of a bunch of protesting vegans, I forget the name of the guy. I went to my friend, Ben colty who's, like a former bodybuilder and we just punished a huge amount of meat. Forget, it's like this big carnival restaurant. The guy was on the Joe Rogan show all over member, the name of it here in a second. Yes. Like this controversial meat restaurant in Toronto, antler, antler kitchen. Embarked, you heard that one Nov not honestly, Ben. I don't get out too much when it comes to restaurants there. Okay. But the other the. Other one is owned by one of my buddies, Alan Odori as called parallel brothers. And apparently, they a bunch of molecular gastronomy, and bunch of super super healthy, tasty foods now on my bucket list, too. So there you have it as long as based on our discussion today. My jeans allow me to go there. I don't know got find out so we'll dive into that. So you guys you guys do some very interesting tests, the DNA company, and I'm curious, just first of all, why is it that like one test might vary from company to company wise, twenty three and me different from say, maybe ancestry different from say, you know, you how do we kind of interpret the difference between all these different genetic tests, excellent question. So most folks, when we think of genetic testing, we think of snips, these things that you referred to earlier, single ducal, type films and slips definitely sympathy. Most important contributors to a person's genetic variations. So number one, yes, we need to snips, however snips arts. Only variability to human genome, there, other genetic phenomena things like copying variation. See vs, where it's not about, you know, will be called spelling differences, which is the analogy of snips, but copping variations where whole paragraphs of your genome ick manual can be missing, duplicated, so that's another major one. So when you think of looking at genetic test, that's gonna give you the fullness of variability, important variable, something that we probably talk about later in the Butkus, which is what type of Erie ability really looking for as you noted earlier. Do we really wanna find that? We've got a univer- say go look in the mirror. If you want to find out if you've got a universal. Right. So so snips. We need to look at that we need to look at C N vs. We need to look in dolls if it's not the whole paragraph that is missing by the, by that analogy parts of the paragraph might be missing. So to summarize when a person when a consumer wants to consider a genetic test is being full they need. To understand that the variations that impact the human genome are beyond steps are important will go look at these other phenomena. Okay..
"morgan gene" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Of all speakers actually make more than one hundred K a year. I mean, do you do you have any understanding what those what those numbers are? So interestingly, I, I'm working on a documentary now and I filmed an interview last week with Lisa Nichols, and then ended up going to their event. And she shared with me that they did a study. And at least a study, they did. I think it was one or two percent made over six figures, and then it was like a half a percent. Got two seven bigger was so very close to what you just said. He there are let's just say easier, careers that you could have pursued to, to try to get back to that, to that hundred K. So are, are you at one hundred k now just from public speaking? Absolutely. And I have been for a lot of year and to your point, I didn't know that. Most speakers weren't, I didn't know those that and sometimes they say ignorance is bliss. I, maybe if I would've known I make, you know, I might not have jumped so heavily in that direction, I probably would have because I loved it. But yeah I did not know I thought the percentage is more like fifty percent of the speakers. I was seeing that were promoting the Feltus speakers. We're making a good living. You know. And when I think living I was thinking, they all, you know, they left the fifty percent must be over six figures. Are they wouldn't kill themselves in the speaking trenches, like we do? And so I, I was not used to the whole thing. So I didn't know those numbers even till you know, I'm there say four or five years in and in syllabi, just ask you this. Then are you are you as a percentage, are you doing half of your revenue in getting paid to keynote and half of your revenue in selling from the stage? And if it's and to that end from selling from the state or that your own events. Or are you selling from the stage at other events? How does your revenue breakdown and as specific as you can get would be awesome? Yeah. I would say it's about seventy five percent getting paid to speak. Yeah, I mentioned I went in that direction exclusively for a lot of years. And so I'm making sort of switch back now because I heard you saying it right whenever I was sort of waiting to jump on about the numbers that you can bring in, when you sell from the stage versus getting paid for your Keno, and obviously, there's exceptions to that. I mean there's the Brendan Bouchard's of the world that may be getting in the same range for talk. But obviously for the average business speaker, you're not getting in that range. Wait let me hold on core. I just wanna I just wanna clarify. So you're saying if I'm hearing you correctly. You're saying, I'm as good as Brennan, Bouchart just wanna make sure that, that's what I heard you say. Yeah. Based on the numbers to Shannon. You're gonna put that out there. I love Brennan, just wanna make sure that's what you were saying. Okay, please continue. Number got hurt and I'll clarify that too is. I was at Brendan Phoenix. High-performance kademi. And he was sharing that I think I'm gonna go by memory this. So it might be off. But I don't float but I think he gets I think he said, he'd or one hundred. He's very blunt about it, but it was either one hundred keynote or seventy Keno and he turned down either seventy or one hundred go I, I mentioned numbers at the time and it was basically seven hundred thousand that he turned down. So they could do his own. So this is what he was sharing from the stage, so that puts the numbers right in line with what you just said that you were selling for the face, though. I back up, what I just said. Yes, yes. So so again, but seventy five percent of your revenue is paid keynotes. And then about twenty five percent is, is selling from the state and is that your own events or is that selling from the stage at other people's events are both? Well, that's been selling from other people's events at their under stage. But I'm starting now to get back into my own. Events. And in fact, I have three coming up just in the next month. So I went from, you know, not doing those for quite a few years, then just kind of leaving it to everybody else to now going back in that direction, and it lines with the goals that I set for myself. So I had to start tied to start making changes, even another example, which is on topic. But a little bit off is I studied all the speakers that there they're the household name speakers, and I found one common trait, I can only find one that was absolute and it was that they were with a major publisher for at least one of their books. And so, I find with a major publisher Morgan, gene, just two months ago for that same reason. So I've, I've kind of been going in a new direction for me. Because I recognized that I know I get to that next plateau, I gotta take a different level. And, and we won't have a debate on whether or not Morgan James and David Hancock in that group is a major publisher, but I love you brother, and I'm not going to have that discussion but congrats on the book and grads on Morgan. James, and I love David and the crew over there. So. Awesome wetland. What's going to be the name of that book called the book of why, and how and the book was actually self published and then Whitewell like 'cause we talk numbers on this show? I, I don't I don't know the exact number of my head right now. But I think it was supposed to ten thousand copies missiles that we sold for this book. Even if you look at books at Barnes and noble. I believe that the if I remember correctly something like ninety six ninety seven percent of the books at Barnes and noble, even though they have retail distribution won't sell more than a thousand copies. It's a staggering number jeez. Yeah. I had to be full disclosure. I do have other self published books that cold low thousands. So this, this was definitely on the higher end. And yeah, it's, it's interesting to save and like I said, not to go in that, that direction. But the James thing my whole thing was I was looking at the jet locker. So the world and the run the brunson's and seeing that they were with a publisher that actually sees entrepeneurship vision that I do Sharon, so that was kind of the pull that way, 'cause I was talking to HarperCollins as well, and, yeah, it just the right direction for me. But yeah, good point, because, you know, when they talked to big four or five, this is certain specific for five. Yeah. No. I mean I looked as I said, congrats on that, that's awesome. And it will definitely help them a credibility standpoint. So I if Mary or Ritchie, because they do some speaking, you know, you guys have been at the new media summit, and you really comfortable on stage. And also, I mean, like if Mary Ritchie is an example, and I'm taking myself out of it, just because I've been doing it if they wanted to start as public speak. Offers like step them through what, what they should be thinking about doing. Yeah. So what are you a couple of things that changed the game for me early on? And, and things I wish I would have known early on. So first and foremost, I mentioned right from the beginning, I said, I took no fee hawk. And you'll notice I I'm very intentional about how am saying that. I'm not saying free talk. I think you put a different intention on it when you use the word free. So I did some no fee talks early on. And once I realized something really big, I became really intentional about getting as many not bookings as they could in that first year or two, and explain why because I'm not a big proponent of just thinking for no money for no reason. But what I did is I crafted this evaluation for. And so this is what I would recommend that, that both do early on, as well is crafted this evaluation form, especially when doing talk for other groups and I wanted to get in front of groups where they represented by multiple businesses in the room because they have potential to hire me separately, rather than just working for one company with. All their staff and what I did, though is evaluation form. I'd had five or six questions and they still use this this day evaluation for him. But one of the questions on there. Well there's one about Campbell us. Your testimony in conjunction with our future marketing another one. What'd you think of the talk, so that would be related to the testimony? Another question was can we newsletter? So you see what's happening is I'm getting testimonials from my first talk. I'm building. My new letter from my first talk, what I also recommend give those I talk filmed as well, we start getting video right away. But the biggest one is I had a question that says, do you know that is good benefit from similar talk? The one I delivered today in this. So can we follow up and that question from early on brought in about thirty percent of my business that one question alone? So I get in a room of one hundred people thirty people in the room with a you should reach out. We have the bet you'd be a perfect fit. And then, of course, I had to do the work in and connect with them, and it wasn't that every single person that put that would into Piran you, but it was still a good percentage. And so all of a sudden. Sudden I started getting business owner, so we're in the room who mostly had the budget, who just saw me speak thing we need to talk and that was one of the game changers for me early on I three or four years. Never thought about that didn't have that as an idea. And once I brought that in that was a game changer. And then the other part is, you know, just mentioned you're in a room of a hundred business owners. Well, let's seventy them say they loved your top. And then they say you can use their them as testimonial. All of a sudden, you're I talk ever could be if you knocked out of the park, you now, potentially if you want, and you can have seventy come only under website they want, so I'm all about efficiency. So I think I would jump in that direction knee-deep right away because you start getting video, which he should have anyway, you start getting heels right away. You start building your newsletter lift, and you start finding leaves that are actually looking for people. So that would be the first thing I would do. So any any questions you guys don't wanna I don't wanna hog it here. I mean obviously public speaking is near and dear to my heart but Kono I love it. And I wish I would have done a lot of those things early on. I, I did Toastmasters for years and went up like they said, oh, we're gonna kick you out of the club, if you don't do the contest, because you're the best representation, and then I. Created the speech on the day that, that was because I forgot ended up. Wait. Let me get. Let me get this Ray Ritchie. You, you, you were. Do you forgot? Maybe you didn't see the Email or accommodation. If I was out of ten and I thought it was the following month on that day. And it was that month that day. So I was like, oh, yeah. And I ended up. We'll plus this is ninety five so barely even go. And at this point in time. And if it was, I had to log it.
"morgan gene" Discussed on Louder With Crowder
"You want the squeegee of could you you don't want me to go to your windshield. Are you sure? That's what that is. Actually, we actually have my half Asian Bill Richmond here. So I have to make sure that our wonderful sponsor Balser. You can see that's loaded. It's still have to be facing. You. Thank you. Over happy about this thing. Firearm safety James O'Keefe on the show today questioned the day before move on special illegal update episode because oh my God. It's been a week. We'll get into all of the false DMCA's as well. The Facebook all the recent Debu sting of our videos, but my question to you is which Cindy think is the most grievous tired most of the DMCA's on YouTube. Facebook's lack of transparency or professors Charles Hermes because selling getting Larry. That we understand we we are on the point of playing nicely. Hey, we have Penn. Tell us comedy here. How are you, sir? I'm very happy to be here. You're aiming to get over one thousand YouTube subscribers. It's pan-tel's comedy. Right. That'd be great. And he writes for the show actually is one of the few writers. We have helped helps us scenes. Creek from Montreal used to hate the sound of this kind of accent? Now it makes me homesick quarterback at head pass. Terrible jerem Morgan, gene. How are you, sir? Well, sir. How are you? One of the day today is more like quota valley could've LA. It's an excellent use pronouncing that correctly pen, tell us issue that's close enough. Correct. And. We have a half. Asian lawyer Bill Richmond here people really excited to be here. Friends. What fun is it before? He's always completely off the wall fashion. Once we go live up red is the show starts before we move into all of the legal updates in the legal, the potential legal actions are hashtag Crowder anti-us party. The costume. Winter was chase Huckle is that how chase Huckle see sharks thirteen. We have that image there. He had a tranny Bank us from look at that think fan and then the the best Bill Richmond half Asian billers. Art contest winner is conservative. I think we have that right here. So you guys are going to be winning tee shirt indoor mug, I don't know. Exactly. Definitely this is a whole different show today. But we haven't plus one by the way to get you after James O'Keefe seven, plus one top big tech legal dramas little scene. I feel so bad because Penn tell us from Montreal he calls him by Skype, and he works at the pitch meetings every morning, and then this week because of all the that's been going on legally from the Oscars lives, which we'll get to in a second pen. Tell us was here. He had very little to do because we weren't able to do the show got. Oh, I got. I don't know what you're talking about. How we're in California. This. No. We'll have you back here soon. I hope what is what is this very well have you been on your soon? Right, right. When you know legal troubles are done. That's exactly you're nets get sued yet. I also thought troubles. We're going to make a beer beer from broadens beard week might wanna take some yeast your beard and do a control sample and see which beard yields tastier beer. It's a somewhat disgusting. No. It's not at had beer beer before. It's delicious. Yeah. Let's yeah. From some guys Beardsley because. No, no, no. It was someone else can tell me, I think it was rogue brewery. But I thought I say this is the last time I send my wife on a beer punch in the face a few times. Let her know what her this beard beers delicious. Really? Yes. Well, every time I hear something like that. It makes me think we did a story about a woman who made it with her. Kidding? Reading speed. I'm so across the line. I have no cross with me on the show representations present. You think this will both thrust in court? They're gonna show a clip from her you sick bastard. It's true. They'll show him buying the right? So listen, this is why Bill half Asian Bill. Richmond is here. How are you, sir? Wonderful to be here. So let's explain to people who don't know we have a few things to get to what happened on YouTube. I you guys have not seen the Oscars. And by the way, they're biding their time hoping that by the time this last fall strike on Oscar seems removed. You guys won't wanna see it. Make sure when that Oskar stream is up you like comments till the cows, come home. So they see that you know, what they don't get the play this game, but will move onto YouTube as well as some other she's incurring here behind the scenes, and it's just gotten to the point where our legal battles of. At the point value entertainer. You're probably gonna be coming on time. It's really a fulltime job. How many explain for people before we get to Facebook and James O'Keefe the Oscars livestream. Explain to people what happened there. Well, I mean, it's a multiple battle war that we fought over the last seventy two hours this week has been pretty nuts, but just on the stream itself, and then the archive there was an initial take down. I think a lot of folks a lot of the followers audience and fans saw that got cut down right by an ABC. Disney strike copyright strike this and you're violating this and that shut it down right in the middle just to focus right on that that kind of arc of just the ABC Disney. We get the notification the next day, we file counter notification, we work with some of our channel partners. We get in their
"morgan gene" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
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"morgan gene" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"My producer i'm morgan and this is weekend live overnight until three thirty let me bring back tyrone heroin are are good mean to be rude but had to stop you news coming whether you were talking a not at all care about their morgan number fight we didn't hear anything under new we'd at no already for all at work with a rerun just like on tv mount there you go uh well i mean whatever happened now that donald trump said he was gonna go after these five women and make them pay for accusing him of groping and fondling and all that no and i know what happened to that he was speaking lip service to that he's being accused of sexual behavior so we had to say something how he handled it was the best way to his handlers told him to handle it because you know and i know the people who are behind the scenes running the election they're the people who dictate what the candidate sales does and how he or she performs so once he got the two hundred seventy plus electoral votes don't need to keep that promise anymore i wanna and that's the way the world so he's not gonna go after the heck known act no or i i eight vi morgan gene an all politicians twist the words they look the finger holded up in the air to see which way the wind is blowing oh okay um well and i just i just impresses me as somebody that i thought would have would have stuck with his guns you know when donald song about everything in now using them donald j trump right gene he doesn't impress me that way i mean when he was running for for president feedback how we came across he was gonna thick would've guns about everything and then an and you know what i mean or if you would like to hear from added with at least uh fifty that's not what i see as the makeup of donald trump he is jess to self centered to be the kind of man that will keep his word right our lights up your third of uh she doesn't like donald trump at all up and she says all he wants to deal with is take our benefits what.