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"nathan latte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Radio seven hundred one point nine FM, while we might see a little sun, but not a whole lot flood warnings continue on the FOX river for mostly cloudy day, mild with a brief shower or two especially this afternoon. A high of fifty nine forty nine right now at O'Hare and on the lakefront going up to fifty nine WBZ news time eight ten what does building a better. Bank. Look like it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm inviting places that feel nothing like a typical Bank were you can open an account with no fees or minimum in five minutes. And you'll always find people ready to help you not sell you. Welcome to banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? For consumers only offered by Capital One and a member FDIC cafes. Available in select locations, copyright, 2018 capital. One. Getting tired of your lunch options change with Little Caesars. Hot ready lunch combo. Well, we the winds of change slices pepperoni deep. Deep dish pizza. Plus it street now for only four bucks. 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Not that life would hasn't run her own attack ads getting tangled up in the corruption charge against alderman, Toni preckwinkle, he's doing everything she can to distance herself from election day is next Tuesday at city hall, Craig Delamore NewsRadio. One zero five point nine FM writers on the red line are being advised to three robberies in recent days. Sococo police say each case several offenders approached the victim well getting off a train and then demand or take their property by force. The incidents were reported in one hundred of west thirty third fifty four hundred of south wells and the two hundred block of west Garfield weather in sports, next WBZ, news time, eight thirteen the only place district. WBZ M is the radio dot com app. Download it today and listen anytime anywhere, News Radio seven eighty one zero five point nine FM. Ceo radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. There's some serious SAS and the Nathan latte Kaz story. In terms of both is spirited ways. The SAS s SAS and the SAS SAS software as a service software as a service, if you're going to pick any business to go into you want to assume every business line is an ATM. You wanna pick an ATM that spits out five bucks every dollar you put in versus only a dollar, and if he becomes the billionaire he intends to be it'll be from selling the data that he's able to gather or pry on his podcast from the heads of growing privately held SAS companies nine years ago. Your twenty year old self wanted to be a billionaire by what age thirty five you're twenty nine year old self which is you today, knowing what you know. Now would feel that you missed your Mark. If you failed to become a billionaire by what age thirty five compound interest is a powerful thing. Yes. It is the way I'll do it will be through my database. I did like a dot com. Where I buy and sell software companies at scale more about the SAS of Nathan. Go on CEO radio at radio dot com. I'm Ray Hoffman. Good morning. WBZ news time. Eight fourteen let's serve another round of AccuWeather five day forecast information for you sponsored by four seasons heating, air conditioning and plumbing. Here's our meteorologist Joe lunberg and good morning. Felicia a lot of clouds out there right now. The sun's trying to get through those clouds. It's dried out from some overnight showers and thundershowers today will be mostly cloudy mild day, and there'll be a shower or two in the area this afternoon, high about fifty nine a couple of showers tonight, but it will start to turn cooler with the northeast wind developing low thirty nine chillier day tomorrow with cloudy skies looks like Serena move in from south to north during the course of the afternoon hours, the high forty six leftover rain or snow showers, Saturday morning behind this exiting storm, mostly cloudy. Breezy cold start to the weekend with Saturday's I only forty two. It'll be bright and sunny Sunday but cold high forty more sunshine Monday in Chile the high forty nine Windsor out of the south southwest averaging seventeen miles per hour. The humidity at sixty eight. Barometer. Thirty point zero one inches at rising fiftieth, midway forty-nine at O'Hare forty nine in Romeo Ville, I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Joe lunberg on Chicago's weather station. News Radio seven hundred and one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time eight fifteen time for sports sponsored by sketchers.
"nathan latte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"CEO radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. There's some serious SAS and the Nathan latte Kaz story. In terms of both is spirited ways. The SS SAS and the SAS SAS software as a service software as a service if you're going to pick any business go into you want to assume every business line is an ATM. You wanna pick an ATM that spits out five bucks for every dollar you put in versus only a dollar, and if he becomes the billionaire he intends to be it'll be from selling the data that he's able to gather. Or pry on his podcast from the heads of growing privately held SAS companies nine years ago. Your twenty year old self wanted to be a billionaire by what age thirty five you're twenty nine year old self which is you today, knowing what you know. Now would feel that you missed your Mark. If you fail to become a billionaire by what age thirty five compound interest is a powerful thing. Yes. It is the way I'll do it will be through my database. I get like Adat com where I buy and sell software companies that scale more about the SAS of Nathan latte. Go on CEO radio at radio dot com. I'm Ray Hoffman. WBZ news time seven forty five time for a new Porsche from Lober Motors in Lincoln would time for sports. Josh. I there John Lester may not throw as hard as he used to. But the cubs are counting on their veteran pitcher Lester as much as ever beginning with this afternoon season opener in Texas, maybe philosophies, come down just a little bit which puts a greater premium on location. The adaptations started a little bit more elevated fast. Ball and other changes becoming the change is the next thing for him. I think that really will cover some of the the lack of a lawsuit. Joel Madden censoring the final year of his cubs contract with LeicesteR on the mound in Texas against Mike. Minor today at three look for the cubs to use Ben zobrist D H, Kyle Schwab and left and David Bodey at second base here. Today's game on six seventy to score three fifteen. First pitch Carlos for Donna White Sox play game. One in Kansas City against Brad killer. Accuweather forecast for Kansas City, Missouri. High sixty seven some rain and thunderstorms in that three and four o'clock hour are possible. A bull's team gets plundered at home by Portland. One 1898 already without Zach LeVine. Otto porter jR, and Chris done because of nagging injuries. Now, they're second year star forward Lauri Markkanen won't see the court again, the final six games of the season. Boylan asked Lauri Markkanen on more than one occasion during the game in Toronto Tuesday, if he felt okay, Oregon and said yes, but the body language said otherwise in now a season is over marketing and undergoing tests to find out the cause of a rapid heart rate and fatigue. I think it's always serious when a guy doesn't feel well, and I think it's always serious. We always take those things to heart. He's a big part of what we're building a big piece of esteem important piece of future is he on developing guy, another ten to fourteen days of testing for marketing, hoping of course to find a clause in address it covering the bulls. Dave Kerner News Radio on one zero five point nine FM by twentieth. Third loss in a row the host Toronto Saturday. Paul advances the college basketball invitational. Final ninety two eighty seven winner over coastal Carolina Purdue place, Tennessee, Michigan Texas Tech for the Sweet Sixteen games in the tournament. Tonight. The Blackhawks gate late at San Jose. Josh Lewis, NewsRadio seventy five point nine FM. With a Bloomberg business of sports report. I'm Michael Barr. Super Bowl telecast by NBC and CBS will swap years and twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two CBS in twenty twenty one gets the Super Bowl and the NCAA final four in a two month span NBC gets the twenty twenty two Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics from Beijing. A new lawsuit claims the US Olympic Committee failed to protect hundreds of young female athletes from sexual abuse by Larry Nassar. The former USA gymnastics national team doctor the complaint by fifty one Jane Doe plaintiffs alleged misconduct beyond that committed by Nasser. According to the sued the USOC directors and the national gymnastics governing board have known for deck. Cades that sexual predators. Pedophile are attracted to the occupants of coaching young athletes. I'm Michael Barr. And that is a Bloomberg business of sports report. Brought to you by Grainger for safety and industrial supplies, grainger's. Got your back. Visit Grainger dot com. WBZ news time, seven four news, traffic.
"nathan latte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The Commerce Department revisits its estimate of fourth-quarter economic growth before the markets opened this morning. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expected downward revision to show that the gross domestic product expanded at a two point three percent annual rate from Tober through December Art Hogan of national holdings. Talked to Bloomberg about his outlook for twenty nineteen step down in Grosso. We averaged about two point nine percent GDP growth last year this year, we're gonna be somewhere between two and two and a half stocks were lower at the end of the Wednesday session, but shares of Lanar rose four percent. The homebuilder reported a pickup in sales in the latest quarter. Southwest airlines. Shares closed two percent higher despite the carrier lowering its earnings guidance saying the grounding of its Boeing seven thirty-seven max jets was a factor. Boeing made an agonizing disclosure, the company says a software fix for the 737 max that started working on right after an October crash in Indonesia was almost ready when an Ethiopian jet crashed this month with business at twenty five and fifty five. Past each hour. From the Bloomberg newsroom. Jeff Bellinger, NewsRadio seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM, CEO radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. There's some serious SAS and the Nathan latte of story in terms of both is spirited ways. The SAS s SAS and the S A S SAS software as a service is authorized a service if you're gonna pick any business to go into you want to assume every business is an ATM. You wanna pick an ATM that spits out five bucks for every dollar you put in versus only a dollar, and if he becomes the billionaire he intends to be it'll be from selling the data that he's able to gather or pry on his podcast from the heads of growing privately held SAS companies nine years ago. Your twenty year old self wanted to be a billionaire by what age thirty five you're twenty nine year old self which is you today, knowing what you know. Now would feel that you missed your Mark. If you failed to become a billionaire by what age thirty five compound interest is a powerful thing. Yes. It is the way I'll do it will be. Through my database. I did like dot com where I buy and sell software companies at scale more about the SAS of Nathan Laco on CEO radio at radio dot com. I'm Ray Hoffman twenty-seven several Chicago's chefs could be wearing their shifts hats with a special tilt Chicago chefs have been chosen as finalists for the prestigious James beard awards. Again, this year they include Diana davita, Jason Hammel, Beverly Kim, and Johnny Clarke from the restaurant parachute. David and Danny Posey from L ska and Noah Sandoval, Oriole and Lee, woolen, Boca and M F. K restaurant is a finalist for rising star chef of the year. This year winners will be announced may six Chris cry del NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM group of activists planned to walk eighty miles from Chicago did Dwight Illinois to protest a proposed immigration detention center that might be built there. The group plans to leave April. Six from the little village neighborhood heading Dwight town of about five thousand people in Livingston county. Earlier this month at white board of trustees voted to knacks and rezone eighty eight acres of land to house a detention center to be built by immigration centers of America. The company has yet to secure a contract with the government. Organizers say after completing the law they plan to stage a hunger strike. Three twenty eight and the latest in traffic.
"nathan latte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"WBZ news time to twenty-five indexes posted modest losses in Wednesday trading. The market's direction today could be influenced by the Commerce Department's new estimate of four Puerto Rican NAMA growth, it will be out before the markets. Open along with data on new unemployment claims reports on pending home sales, consumer comfort and mortgage interest rates are also on the way, many of the analysts and economists who have talked to Bloomberg are upbeat about the economy. Dennis Guardmen of the Guardmen letter is on the opposite camp probably sometime this year. We'll actually find out that we have entered the quiet not a laborious not a difficult recession such as we went through when those seven to nine but nonetheless, a period of declining GDP growth chairs of Lululemon surged after hours on word that quarterly sales topped estimates. Walgreens stores in several states will start selling cannabis products soon. The drugstores will carry creams patches and spray containing CBD, which is derived from marijuana. But does not produce a high with business at? Twenty five and fifty five past each hour. From the Bloomberg newsroom. Jeff Bellinger, NewsRadio seven hundred eighty and one zero five point nine F, CEO radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. There's some serious SAS the Nathan latte Kaz story in terms of both is spirited ways. The SAS s SAS and the SAS SAS software as a service software as a service if you're going to pick any business going to you want to assume every business line is an ATM. You wanna pick an ATM that spits out five bucks for every dollar you put in versus only a dollar, and if he becomes the billionaire he intends to be it'll be from selling the data that he's able to gather or pry on his fogcast from the heads of growing privately held SAS companies nine years ago. Your twenty year old self wanted to be a billionaire by what age thirty five you're twenty nine year old self which is you today, knowing what you know. Now would feel that you missed your Mark. If you fail to become a billionaire by what age thirty five compound interest is a powerful thing..
"nathan latte" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Are grounding a new Boeing jetliner after Sunday's crash in Ethiopia its second in five months. More on that in five minutes for now. Coming up on eleven fifty five let's get to Bloomberg money. News. Ceo radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. The name. Nathan laugh guy is now on the list of the thinkers and doers of the new economy as a seriously successful podcast host the owner of his own private equity fund. And now the author of a Goto guide for how to be part of the new rich how to be a capitalist without any capital. The theme of which is in the new sharing economy the old rules. Don't apply about the only older business lessons that Nathan latte. Cat. Doesn't reject are the ones he learned from his parents. My dad was a coal miner, and then stayed at home. He's a stay at home dad, and my mom was like a double triple entrepreneur, you know, one of the things that they Tommy as I was growing up which I think is still relevant today. And they never really shutdown and idea I had the lesson was taught right? You don't want shut shutdown ideas before you, try them. There are no wrong answers, which made me extremely curious. Young one. I'm still curious today. And that's why I've got forty different income. Streams this CEO radio is all on video a WCBS eight eighty dot com. Worry hoffman. No an ad from dad. All right. Save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive take these off, right? What is this? This is good. Wow. Where did you get this? I'm talking to you with the hair. Yeah. Where did you get this? Good stuff. Solid..
"nathan latte" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"King Kong on Broadway. Craig is falling like a giant from the empire. State building. The Broadway league is reporting a box office take of six hundred sixty seven thousand dollars last week, not bad. But that's about forty two percent of the money that the show would make it. Every single will sold out show was pulling in a million bucks a week back in November and December to kill a Mockingbird Hamilton continued to impress with their numbers. But King Kong is struggling the show has been the subject of less than favorable reviews. One critic called it and we quote loud. Now sponsored by first Republic Bank, CEO radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. The name Nathan latte guy is now on the list of the thinkers and doers. The new economy as a seriously successful podcast host the owner of his own private equity fund. And now the author of a Goto guide for how to be part of the new rich how to be a capitalist without any capital. The theme of which is that in the new sharing economy, the old rules don't apply about the only older business lessons that Nathan latte. Cat. Doesn't reject are the ones he learned from his parents. My dad was a coal miner. And then stayed at home. He's a stay at home dad, and my mom was like a double triple entrepreneur. And you know, one of the things that they Tommy as I was growing up, which I think it's still relevant today. And they never really shut down an idea. I had the lesson was taught right? You don't want to shutdown ideas before you, try them. There are no wrong answers, which made me an extremely curious young one. And I'm still curious today. And that's why I've got forty different income. Streams this radio is all on video a WCBS eight eighty dot com. I'm Marie off even in my own home. I had my own designated space to.
"nathan latte" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"To that I really like Andrew Warner's Mickey and Nathan latte Kaz top. Both these focus more on business side and SAS metrics. And and all the things that. That being part of click on a super important, and then from a personal standpoint, I really love rise together with Rachel Dave Haller. So those are some of the main ones I listen to and then there's a host of others that I hit miss quite a bit. But is interesting as I was listening to Nathan lacquer and Andrew Warner this morning kind of binging on quite a few the different things they were talking about as we're coming down to into the year. Nathan spends a lot of time just talking about numbers and metrics and everything else in Andrews. If you were there with us in salt lakes and Provo Utah. We had him. They're interviewing Russell, it was fascinating to I love his interview style. The crazy thing about Andrew is. I've never known anyone who's truly. I mean, just. Genuinely interested in other people as much as Andrew is. This is a guy who goes out of his way. It was fascinated. I was sitting there at the at the event, I'm usually trying to make sure that any of the speakers, our guest or rustling wells that they they're able to kind of get into state. They need to before they actually go on stage. And so like with J P, I made sure he was kind of sequestered away and saying with Russell, but Andrew he literally loved meeting and greeting everybody and asking them a ton of questions about them their business. Why they were there. What was interesting to them. And as I was reflecting on that. And then listening to lot to Nathan lack of his whole thing on the opposite. He is he drills people for numbers. I mean, he is a metrics guy. And you better know, what this is all SAS talk, better know, what you're CAC as far as your cost acquire customer. What is your LTV your lifetime value? What's your Arp, what your revenue per user? And he'd literally just goes through it all just drills guys and men and women whoever on his show really trying to find out. Exactly, what are the metrics that business? What are they doing to make things change and increase top line revenue as well? As obviously increasing bottom line revenue. You know, what your age is goes crazy on this type of things and they're always typically fifteen twenty minutes pretty close to twenty minutes. And it's just I felt sorry for this guy. He was interviewing today because he was relentless and would not let up on this guy. But the thing I found fascinating is. I was as I sat there and started thinking of what are the metrics as you go into the new year? What are the metrics that you need to focus on as a business owner? What's the number one thing that you really need to pay attention to it are the because we always talk about KPI's or or different. What's the number one? If you could only choose one number to focus on what's that one number going to be? And it's been fascinating recently. I've had the opportunity we're looking at a Russell speaking of grand card owns ten x growth con number three this year. We've spoken at the last two and looking at possibly rolling out a new product for it or just kind of twin around with it. And then literally two weeks after that we go right into funnel hacking live, and if you've ever listened to Russell's content one of these you've heard him talk a ton about the importance of practicing your content very similar to. That of a comedian. He used the analogy that dean Grassi also spoke about his little man's retreat. Where comedian basically goes on stage, and they practiced their jokes, and they find out which ones work, and which ones bomb, and and then they go back and tweak and test. And and so Russell does the exact same thing when it comes to stories, and he's always testing and trying different stories, but it was really kind of interesting thing when we came in the office..
"nathan latte" Discussed on Marketing School
"Get ready for your daily dose of marketing strategies and tactics. From entrepreneurs with the guy and experience to help you find success in any marketing, capacity. You're listening to marketing school with your instructors, Neil, Patel, and Eric SU. Welcome to another episode of marketing school. I'm Eric SU. And I'm down today. We're gonna talk about how to compete in a crowded market. So Neil, you have a new tool that you release recently, and it is an S U tool. What is it s- called Uber suggests technically I've been working on new versions? And now, I'm on Berge in two point. Oh, and here's the thing. What the SEO space? Neil. I talk about a lot of different tools that we like eight for example, SEM rush or click flow or all these different tools. Right. Esi was a very crowded space actually, somebody just put a blog post recently about how competitive space is. And so Neil decides that he wants to come into the space where there's a lot of big players already. So neil. What was reasoning? Yes. So I look at the big players in the space. Most of the major players are not. Most of the major players are making a ton of money. And here's what I mean by that Mazas around fifty million eight trust, my guess is somewhere between thirty and one hundred million max, I could be wrong, but I would say somewhere right there and SEM Russia's between fifty and one hundred million which is what they last day. Let's say around sixty seventy base on Nathan latte Kaz podcast with SEM rush. Now, Google does over one hundred billion and Adra Vanu SEO gets more clicks. But none of these SEO companies have over one hundred million dollars in revenue. So what I did is. I'm like their models are all wrong. I'm just gonna take their self released release it all for free. Yeah. So you're I mean, it's I think it's more than just releasing software because you know, that you have to have a good product out there for people to actually use people were kind of what were people saying initially, and what are people saying? No, sure. So it's so crowded, I'm going to take a guess here that you probably haven't seen it either. I have you have. Okay. So and that's the thing. And there's nothing wrong. If Eric hasn't seen or any. Hasn't seen it. It's you know, we don't see all the stuff out there, like even Eric's product clip flow. I didn't see until probably the third or fourth Email ended up getting and I was like all right. Let me check it out. This is cool. So I found is when there's a saturated when you're in a sector market, and there's no clear winner, you go look at what the best thing. Everyone is doing you take their stuff. Whether it's no one's usable. Or someone has this one feature. Another competitor has this other feature. You take the best of everything, and you try to go take that and create best and most usable and simple product out there. For example, Ness, yo space. Everyone has one hundred features like SEM rush. They have a ton of atrios. How many of them do you use? I only use like two to three main features all the time. Exactly. They have all these features. And I'm not saying they're bad. I'm just saying most people don't use it. So if you start taking all of this data, and you can create the stuff people used and you make it free. You can start disrupting the market and. Concept is called last moves advantage. The biggest social network isn't my space or friendster. It's facebook. They weren't the first out there. The biggest surgeon is Google again. They weren't the first out there. Microsoft wasn't the first either. It's a lotta times the last mover wins because they learned from their market. So your product people have said how it's different house. How does your product to French eat from the other incumbents? It doesn't differentiate much right now than the fact that it's free main thing that is a differentiator because there's not really any features is just that. It's super usable. You put an keyword show. You the graph over time search volume as difficulty, pay difficulty, it'll give you keyword ideas, and on the same page as you click over an idea, you can see a list of ideas, click through and on the right side of screen until you how hard is it to rank the euro's that rank estimated visits social shares and the score of the Royal domain. Yeah. What Neil says is important to you. Learn from what other people are. Doing logical largely sentence. Sometimes this is investing one, right? You gotta think about things in a different way. How other people think because if you're thinking about how in a way where everyone else is already thought about it. Then there's no value in how you're investing. Or what your thesis is? Right. So Neal's thing, he's got a different model. Like, it's going to build great software. He's gonna give it away for free. And that's what the French hates him. And that's how he can compete as market because what's going to happen is what was your goal. Your goal isn't to collect revenue immediately. What is your goal? My goal is to build a all in one marketing suite that hopes you generate traffic, I'm not necessarily trying to compete with SEO softwares. I'm trying to build a all them. Once we kind of taking a book page from hub spots playbook in which you can have once for the helps to get more traffic from emails to push notifications to SEO to helping you pay Dow's or social media all in one really simple easy to use tool. Perfect. So what's next on the roadmap? Maybe for like three point over. So it can give. Preview yet three point. We'll be right now, you can just use a tool for research three point. Oh will be you'll be able to put it in a URL. 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"nathan latte" Discussed on Marketing School
"Is so click is a we call it a sash products offers a service product you pay monthly subscriptions start at ninety five dollars or so and then from there you are able to build landing pages you're you're able to build one click they just have a bunch of different options you can actually i think they have email service provider actually built into it it's where they're kind of pitches that you can build everything you need can fire your web designers developers everything and just have this kind of we can call it a bundle too you can have everything built in one spot or you can call the workplace i struggling to come up with the word right now but you have it all in okay competitors are you have lead pages which is funded i think about twenty seven million bucks in more probably by now infusions off i was one twenty seven or so yeah those are two direct competitors and he's very russell brunson to ceo has very kind of public about saying these guys were targets now kind of in the rear view mirror but it's just helpful to give you that context round cook funnels and the built up to one hundred million dollars a are recurring revenue again i think it's over four year three or four year span and it didn't raise any venture financing at all where'd you get one hundred million of he says it all the time good for him yeah met him in person he's really smart the reason i was asking eric was the last time i heard the numbers was on nathan latte podcasts and i think there are sixty years ago those december no no all the time that one hundred million i dunno good for them and i believe it and the reason i believe it is the product is sticky once he set up a funnel ends up working the one thing that they did super super well actually many things super wall is they created a product that has real usage like if you stop using it you make less money you use it and you do it right you make more money and not only does he saw the product but he also sells training that goes along with that many case he gives a training for free to ensure that you're using the product right because they know that hey if you get in there and use it right for the up sells the downfalls you won't just stick around for a year or two or few months you'll stick around and be a lifelong customer yeah so it just enough i'm not sure if we mentioned on this podcast but a couple of weeks ago i was at a dinner and i was talking to this guy and when we started talking about marketing all of a sudden we started talking about funnels and then like we just kept talking more and more and then this guy like so so we introduced each other finally so what's your name it's like oh my name's you know my name so and so and he's like oh yeah one of the co founders of click funnels okay that's why we're talking about funnels and we just started talking more and more he's the one thing that really worked out for us because russell is such a good salesman is they bundled everything so we talked about bundling a couple episodes ago he's just like dude if you watch if you google grant cardona russell brunson connects you are going to see russell brunson sell on stages for an hour.
"nathan latte" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Excuse enterpreneur radio now here's your host alan taylor with my buddy nathan latte gases uh you can check it out on facebook and watched the crazy video where he went walking down the street and decided he was going to buy a business or buy into a business in any did it get it done but it's amazing i gotta say man hat is off to you because i try to just for fun and as much as anything you know i left myself all kinds of you know safety nets just in just in case and i didn't end up doing the deal because we found out some problems but you actually did your deal and i want people to go to your facebook page nathan lack a you guys just go to facebook el atk a nathan lacquer and watch this video you said it's been under the top it is such entertainment so now where are you with this whole situation with with that and brings forward guy down and got though many who i think part one point one million views or something like that like which is interesting when you consider like shark and get the nine on a good night for got one thick of saarc pick viewership just what an iphone and a cheque right heat slide wrote the i gave the czech her name was name she's the through truck owner he took the money or look there was no kondracke sign there is nothing but a handshake right this is how business should be done right and we'll see if it paid off may dad was on my money maybe i make it back but what the deal was a soak in 25 m per meal and hoped paid back and then an amount per meal in perpetuity and then additionally i'll help or grow how many neil she's selling by by increasing efficiency that help with all obviously win are you going to have a contract no no it was all it's all just a.
"nathan latte" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Put them behind the split and bit but you're actually doing it so nathan latte gone facebook everybody l a t k a nathan lap care this guy is a guy to follow he's involved with entrepreneur as mi course this is entrepreneur ado but anyway so i i went up to the guy and i i talked to him about some stuff and then i don't think i had all of my thoughts in line as you kinda set out to do this thing i mean i literally came to me while i was walking by him so we came back to the office the next day and actually talked about business in what i found out was that he had not done his homework really well there was another company that had the same name course it was in south africa but they had fifty products everything from lip balm made out of beeswax too you know hair care and you know lotions and all these honeys but they didn't have what he had which was infused honey but still same name i told my so you know you you've got to protect your name that's your brand you don't want to go into this thing you know causing a fight with somebody else they sell globally so it's a problem for him so anyway and then i we kinda talked a little more to the heart and he's really not making any money and i said look it's still something that i would be interested in i said but you really have to give some thought to whether you want to give up percentage because what i did i i wanted to have a minimum of 25 percent what did you asked for and your your video by the way he finger at me so i hear to think i wasn't trying to owner peter that company remember advocate that the meeting at the deal i'm partially to right now because the dow is so high that stock market is you rich right or and above all right but i don't want to put money in stock and real estate right now i only by eight if i can find a deal where the total purchase price.