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"new  " Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

06:29 min | Last month

"new " Discussed on New Media Show

"Right. Our listener survey is still going on and matter of fact, let me. Preview of our media kit. What did you think? I thought it was interesting. Yeah, so we're not ready to show it off yet, because it hasn't been officially released. I actually let rob see the beta version. It's still being beta tested. Top secret to yeah, you can share it with the lip syntin say holy shit. Look what blueberries bring in the market. Let's see if I can find it. I sent it to you in text. So it does show that we published 799 episodes. Yeah, remember, that's audio and video. Oh. Okay. Yeah. That makes sense. So it's all basically I picked up. So right now we're running 83% men 16.6% women. Our age breakdown, biggest number of listeners of this show is 56 to 65 at 36%. 36 to 45, 24%, 18 to 25, 4%, 24%, 46 to 55, under 18 zero, over 65, 12, and 26 to 35 so far zero because we've had no responses on those levels. 76% of you have a bachelor's degree, 9.5% of you have a high school diploma 4.76% of you have an associate's degree. 62% of you employed 12% are retired 12% other. Students make up 8.33%, 4.16 part time, 13.3% of you still have kids at home, but mostly 86.6 have no kids. Let's see here, I need to pull this up a little higher. 73.6 of you own a home and three 15.7% rent and ten neither. Where's neither? You don't rent or own. You just live with mom and dad. So maybe that aligns with the student number. So anyway, our survey, let's help build the survey information. But this show right now has an 84% impact play. What does that mean? That means that 75% of you listen at least 84% of you listen to at least the 75% mark. Oh, is that what that means? Okay. Yeah. So anyway, that's 83% men. Yeah. I'm not surprised about that necessarily. And 16% women. But again, the survey data is still a little thin, we need more of you to participate and I got to pull some stats data for rob so that he can do some research to see how we're doing. When we're not mapping to the highest growth category in age, are we? No. Or, again, the survey data is still limited. We haven't had that many people respond. It's not a it's not yet. Not statistically significant. So if you haven't took our survey, we want you to so we can have a statistically significant percentage in that link to that surveys in the show notes at new media show dot com. We want you to follow or subscribe. When you're on the website, that's the main thing. Get over there and follow our subscribe to the show. And of course, if you have comments on today's podcast, you can send them to either robber. I am Todd at blueberry dot com at geek news on Twitter. I can be found on Twitter as well at rob greenlee and you can send me an email as you want to rob G at lips and dot com. Happy to hear from you. So send us your ideas and your comments and we'd love to talk about it on the show here and like Todd was mentioning earlier any kind of thoughts on the graphics presentation that we have for this show. We'd love your ideas and I know we've gotten audio from listeners in the past and tell your Friends about the show. Absolutely want to be a resource to everyone because it sounds like we have a lot of new creators out there that need to have a little backstory on the industry and that's what we try and do. Pod Vader says the youngsters don't want their doctorate and podcasting yet. You might be right there pod meter. And we did have some comments come in. We're so absorbed. Davey, thank you for your comments. He says it could be the huge number of sampler doing podcasts as a business. He also says, wonder which age group has the most pod fade Eileen says Todd, are you seeing the comments on YouTube? Oh. Oh. Well, she was commenting on YouTube and I don't have a split screen for YouTube, so I apologize aileen. She said, I think the slide is pretty accurate. I'm in the 29% women or less. I'm in the 55% group. I don't think it's embarrassing, say, didn't I go to college, employed has to include business owners. So I agree with you. Fair enough. Yeah. So that's going to bring us to the end of the show. And I'm going to end things a little bit different today, putting our graphic up. I'm going to leave our website up. So the goal here is for you to remember to go over to new media show. Don't forget, our guests last week was album brook from hootsuite. We haven't listened to that from both buzzsprout. Excuse me. He's going to like, how did that work? And I did not get the 5 O three show out. This is 5 O three. So 5 O four will be the podcast presentation. So everyone, thanks. Thanks for being here. Just audio only on that. Audio only. And I'll put it in the video feed as well. So those of you that subscribe to the video will have just audio for podcasts. All right everyone, thanks for seeing next time. Take care. Thanks. Bye. Bye..

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"new  " Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:48 min | Last month

"new " Discussed on New Media Show

"They have to pay more. To the premium podcast. And he says, pay for a podcast subscription and Apple podcasts. That distinctly says 60% had paid for a premium episode on Apple podcasts. 75%, this says pay for Spotify premium. That means paid for Spotify. Not paid for a podcast subscription on Spotify. Right. Unless there's a typo here yeah, and in that 60% is, I think that's the number that's more shocking to me. Is that 60% of creators have paid for a premium subscription? Blows me away? I haven't. That's a big that's a big number. That's a big win for Apple. It's a big win for Apple. Pay for podcast description on Patreon. I do this. So, but I think the Spotify number is a little bit of a confusing battle. It is. If it would have said pay for a premium podcast on Spotify. But it would be consistent with the right. And maybe there's a typo here, but you don't get premium podcasts without paying extra on Spotify. Right. So, well, I thought that on Spotify, Spotify premium was an ad free version of it. It is, it is. Yeah, that's my understanding. But it doesn't mean you're getting ad free podcast on Spotify, maybe you're getting Joe Rogan ad free, but you're not getting premium podcast for probably do ad free as if it's not dynamically inserted. So right? Well, people have premium subscriptions to it's just like Apple, you can buy premium on it, it doesn't have any advertising doesn't have host reads, it doesn't have anything in it. I just don't know that Spotify has that filter to filter out host reads. Yeah. So we already know that we need more ladies. We know that we need creators over 45, the huge opportunity to reach that market. There's economic and academic privilege the creation of podcast boy oh boy. So cancer culture going to come after us because we're academically and economically privileged. That's kind of scary. Our underrepresented. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. We know that. They're dying off. Some of the economic and ideological vices of creators show up in the difference between what genres of podcaster popular true crime society and culture and what creators are more prone to consume tech history and science. Right. These are sounds profitable observations. For some creating a podcast is potentially an introduction being a regular podcast listener, period, if ever, every new podcast or only brings what it is a literal handful of new listeners, the spaces in rich. Well that's true. Because we're also bringing a lot of new. Creators as well. Yeah, this is where they say we can never forget that every new creator is a listener needs listeners are extremely receptive to podcasts advertising. I would like to note the distribution of how people enter becoming a podcaster. Is it coming from being a listener or is it not? Is it just coming from it being an opportunity and they may not may or may not be listening to podcasts themselves. Yeah. Well, they did a good job. On this, and it's the first ever, so there was some eye openers in there. I think if I, you know, if they could have heard my explanation because I had a couple of expletives during the presentation, I was like, wow. Knock my head off. Wow. Yeah. But now that we've had a taste, we're going to want more. That's right. Tom, you've got your workout out for you. He's going to say right to check. So yeah, we went and looked and asked for the sponsorship package. It's not cheap. The support that package. Oh my God. And I did see that at podcast movement. It's already in the schedule for the Dallas event that there's going to be a separate Edison research presentation where we're going to be being done down there too. So I guess what we're getting is kind of doubling up on this stuff. So we maybe getting more research than we had prior just with Tom working at Edison between sounds profitable with Edison and Edison themselves. We may be getting double the data. Right. So that was quite the run here. On that data and. Of course, the infinite dial Australia was also released. So that's out there. Any big things out of that? And basically that listening and hit 40% of Australians 18 plus 37%, 2021, the U.S. equipment for 12 plus is 38% down from 41, of course. We had some pandemic contraction. One thing, as a reminder, podcast rewards nominations open on Friday. So if you're not already registered over at podcast wards dot com, make sure that you that you get over there and get registered, we've had obviously just like we always did. We've had a rush here in the last week or so of people registering, let's see if I can push the right button here. There we go. So definitely go over there and get registered. And registration remains open. Through the nomination period. So if you get the word late, don't worry, you can still participate, voting goes on the entire month of July. So we encourage you to go over there and participate. So rob, what do you think of our new screen makeup did we do better here? I think so. I think it was better. I think we created a more immersive experience. Well, good. And you're not in the south 40, like I normally have you, you know, and you can't even see yourself because I've moved the camera a little bit. So the original view, you're kind of chopped. Yes. I can move though. Oh, that's true. Well, when it's this view, I have to move the camera because you can move and wave..

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"new  " Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

08:12 min | Last month

"new " Discussed on New Media Show

"We look at the one to three year Mark, 29%, well, guess what that falls into? That falls into my 30% window that make it more than 20 episodes are usually a year or two. Three to 5 years, 15%, 5 years, 14%. So if we look at this number, 29 29, it's 58% of this group is one to 5 years that we're sampled in this survey. But this is an amazing this is I mean, this to me is like Houston, we have a problem. Do we really? We do. I think this is also, this is indicative of a medium that is growing, too, growing fast. It's also a sign of there is a flow of new life coming into the medium. It's not full of people that have been podcasting. That's true. It's true, but at the same time, this screams to me that there's an education need out there. So we have this highly educated, making a lot of money, podcasters. Right, but knowing how to podcast. 40% of them, I'm trying to read into this. Maybe I shouldn't too much here. But what real screams to me is that this number should be much higher in the one plus year category. It this screens to me of two things. Yes, a lot of podcasters, but a lot of failures. Well, it's 54%. No, it's a 29, 42, 42% are under a year. Say 30, 40, yeah, yeah, 40 was at 44%, or have been listening for up to 5 years. Yeah. But then again, the question that they ask is, have you ever created or are you creating? So remember, this could have already included people that pod faded. But being that 42%, 42% of these people have listened less than a year. Right. That ties together to some parallels that it's worth that's probably its own whole talk on study. You spent a lot of time writing these two things. So, I think. This is a growth and listeners. Okay, when we have year two, three, four, 5, 6 data on this. And if this number doesn't, if these numbers don't roll up, what's going to be important to know what the distribution of is people that are actually broadcasting. And given these numbers, yeah. And how many have already pot baited or quit or so, no. We might be a very educated, very deep in the pocket group of people, but it's amazing to me that 42% have been listening under a year. That just, I saw this, and I was like, my head actually, I'm like, I did one of these. I'm like, what? What is this? What? I'm reading way too much into it, but I was like, so yeah. And not surprising creators extremely receptive to advertising and podcast. 7% dislike. 10% generally dislike. So 17% say yuck 80 3% are okay. So I guess that's good. I guess we're going to find some more stuff out at podcast movement when they talk about ad loads and that's the next one we're going to it's going to be a lot of advertising stuff in the next one. So these are creators and their feelings about advertising. In podcasts that they are listening to. Right. I think it's easy to confuse this with, I guess, this would map to what they would do with their own podcasts, maybe? If 83% of podcasters want to advertise, I would eat my hat. But that would be inconsistent, right? If a creator is extremely receptive to advertising and podcasting when they listen, you could conjecture that that would be fairly similar to their openness to having advertising. Where 50 podcasts yeah, 52% are interested in often find useful. So that fits more into the category of, yep, I would have advertising my podcast where 31% was don't mind them. And in case they find them useful, is there anything maybe our data trends here, but the next question that they should ask is, do you want advertising in your podcast? Yes or no? What is that number? All right, let's keep going here. Compared to hearing advertisement in other places when you hear ads on podcasts, how like your to consider the brain advertise. 44% said much more likely. I'm in that category. 32% somewhat more likely 19%. Neither likely nor unlikely 3% someone less likely in 2% much less likely. That's to me is kind of shocking, but. I think we've always known that the receptivity of listeners to podcast ads on dusk skew pretty heavily on the favor favorite side. I guess it depends on the ad though too, right? All right, creators support each other. In the past 12 months, have you given money to support podcasters? Yes, 68% no 32%. And I would put myself in the yes category on that. Now, this is paying for a description. Have you supported someone else? So 68 yes, 32% known. You're 32%. Get out there and support shows you're listening to. Creators support each other. Percentage of podcast creators are currently engaged and listed behavior, pay for a podcast description, Apple podcasts, 60%. That, and this number pay for Spotify premium 75%. They don't say pay for Spotify premium podcast. They're saying pay for Spotify, premium. In other words, paying for the subscription on Spotify, pay for podcast description on Patreon 48. This blows me away, this number here. I'm like, wow, really? Yeah, but I mean, isn't Spotify premium mostly music related? I think if you get a premium podcast on Spotify, you have to pay more. Just because you pay for Spotify, if you subscribe to Spotify, I think that Spotify premium. Right, and that's an ad free offering, which I know is huge. Right. But they don't get. But yeah, but they don't get premium podcasts for that payment..

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"new  " Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

06:44 min | 7 months ago

"new " Discussed on New Media Show

"Ecological disaster. They could devastate hawai for a long time in their natural drinking water. But do you haven't heard that on the news? I would think probably not. Of course, you don't hear about Flint anymore either or Benton Harbor Michigan, where the pipes are full of still a problem. Right. You know, you don't hear about any of that, but you know, how many years later, you know, how come we couldn't fix that? So, yeah. Just drink water until you die. You know, it doesn't matter if it's got diesel peeling or jet fuel. It's like we laugh, but it's not funny, you know? It's kind of disappointing. It is, you know, and they've known. When I moved to Hawaii, 35, when I moved there in 19 they were talking about this in the 90s, you know, and here in here we are 2021, almost 22, and all the tanks are leaking. Big surprise. Hello. They were put in during World War II. There you go. Think a tank. You put in the ground, how long 60 70, 80 years ago? Isn't going to leak? Yeah. Oh my God. That's why a lot of people are pulling those oil tanks out of the ground and having tanks above ground. Yeah, when my family was in the head construction business, the we had diesel and gasoline tanks in the ground. But my dad was way ahead of everybody. He built. He put in a concrete containment system around it. He had everything he knew if those tanks would ever leak. And people are like, you're crazy. You're spending all this extra money. And he's like, my well is 37 feet away. And the well is only 42 feet deep. He says, do you think I want diesel and gasoline seeping out that tank into my home's drinking room? Drinking water. You know, he said there's no expense. You know, this is common sense. And he did this in the 70s. So, you know, you know, you're not going to put a field tank where you've got close to your well. You know, that's just common sense. You know, a little concrete, yeah, you know, ten trucks of concrete or whatever it took to make that box. You know, if they will bury you in a concrete crip, why can't you put peel tanks in a concrete? You know, go figure. Well, just put your tank above ground in the basement or something like that. Well, these were 10,000 gallon tanks. Each. So it's not like there's going to be if you have the property for it. Yeah, put a program. But you still have to have a containment system underneath it in case it leaks. And probably at risk of leaking is where he struck by lightning exposed to environment, but at least you'll see it dripping. Right. Oh man. I've got his way off topic here. And we're near the end. Oh, that's good though. We made it. Yes, we did. Light news week. Well, again, I think we covered some good ground here, so. Yeah. What you doing for new year's, you're going to go out and participate with the amateurs and whoop it up. I don't know. I'm probably just going to stay home. As one of my coworkers said, he says that by midnight I'll be a long sleep. So I'm going to sleep his way into the new year. Yeah, my sister's having a New Year's Eve party. So I'm, I don't know. I don't know if I'm going to attend or not, but, you know, I've got to fly out the two days later, so I don't need to be drinking new year's and there's a hangover on the first and then get out an airplane on the second. I can nursing over from drinking in Vegas because there's going to be enough of that going on anyway. So yeah, that's coming up quick. Yeah, so I don't know exactly, but I know where. If you want to watch any of the CES content that I'm going to be producing, it will be Gemini central dot com. It'll be pinned to the top of the website or a live stuff, I don't know a schedule, but I would assume probably about 10 a.m. Pacific on Wednesday will get kicked off and then Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. So are we doing a new media show on the 5th? No. I'm not going to be available. So no show next week. Okay. But a show on the 12th? Yep, I'll be back. Okay. So that will work. That'll be our schedule. I'll try and get I'll try and get a guest on that we've been shooting for for a while. I haven't be interesting. Oh. Oh. Well, that would be big to get that individual on. Who I'm thinking? Marco. Yeah, well, you can pull that off. That'll be a coup. He doesn't talk to nobody. Right. When you told me he would do it in January. Okay. All right. So hopefully, hopefully the 12th might work. Yeah, if any of you have questions from Marco, submit them to us. I'm Todd at blueberry dot com at if you don't know who Marco is Markle armament, who's the creator of overcast. So again, you can send an email to the rod of our rob or I taught a blueberry dot com at gears on Twitter. Again, no guarantee is going to be on, but if you send the questions, maybe we don't help. Yeah. I'd like to get him on. And I can be found on Twitter as well. At rob greenley, and then you can send me an email to rob G at lipson dot com. And I'd love to hear from you. I'd love to get feedback from you. What your thoughts are on what you think is going to happen in the new year. It would be great too. And then we can talk about that a little bit in the next episode. So we're going to go ahead and bounce out of here. I'm not completely prepared here because I don't have the right screen up. Let me see if I can do this real quick without embarrassing myself there we go. All right, everyone. We'll see you next time. Happy new year. Happy new year. Set your resolutions and let's look forward to a better 2022..

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"new  " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"new " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"He is going to be successful in doing that. He'll be the republican candidate for governor whether the democrats can find a viable much less than attractive candidate is very much an open question. Do you think betas gotta run in the end. Well i don't know what he's going to do I don't know what what kinda hey is gonna do But those are the two people that democrats kind of look through particularly beto because they remember his twenty eighteen senate race which was a remarkable performance. But they remember his twenty twenty presidential campaign which was a lot less than remarkable so which better or rock shows up and whether he can engage texas voters as you did in twenty eighteen and raise anything like the money that he raised in twenty eighteen. I think is is questionable. I don't think he would be the kind of phenomena that he wasn't twenty eighteen with national fundraising your bill and i think he's eighty million dollars or something so i think the reason the democrats are having trouble. Finding a gubernatorial candidate is that their prospects. Look good in twenty twenty two and so People like The castro brothers simply declined to step forward yard. Tell thank you very much for your time. Always a pleasure and always enlightening. We appreciate it. Thanks all right. There's jason smu political scientists..

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"new  " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"new " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Four. We find fine. Listen so you're a friend of hers right. I don't need any more trouble Someone wants to kill it. Sounds like it has potential. Oh it might have had potential but it turns out to be a really chintzy and boring blade runner Rip off in which guy pearce stars as a private investigator who sent into zone. Fourteen zone occupied mostly by androids Who service the needs of humans In order to find the missing daughter of the guy who invented all the androids who's played over the top by travis. Fill in one of the most extravagantly awful performances. you'll after ever see. This movie might have had a chance and guy. Pearce is actually a very good actor Unfortunately it's made on such a low budget. Most of it is composed of dreary old sets which are lighted in such a way that you can't tell that they're so cheap as they really are This movie appears on streaming services. But it's really not worth your time all right and that's called zone. Four one. four finally franken were short on time. So i'm not gonna play the trailer. But i think this is something you might have liked. I want to hear about it. It's an art documentary about a painting. It's called the loss leonardo. Tell us about yeah. This is a great documentary which is part art thriller And part expose of the greedy art business system which exists nowadays. It's about the salvator. Mundi a painting from the fifteenth or sixteenth century Which was very much damaged. It was purchased by a couple from louisiana in london for forty five pounds In nineteen fifty eight and over the course of the decades it was identified by some as being by leonardo da vinci. It was called nicknamed the male mona lisa and at the end of this film in 2017 it sells at auction in new york for four hundred and and fifty million dollars. The highest price ever paid for a painting and the buyer turns out to be the crown prince of saudi arabia. No less so. This is a documentary about art scholarship. But it's also about the greed of the art market and finally it's about global politics because the crown prince of saudi arabia wants to make this painting the centerpiece of an art museum in his own country. It's a fascinating documentary. I can't recommend it highly enough and you'll find it in theaters is playing at the angelika in dallas. Right now all right. Thanks frank that when called the loss. Leonardo have a good weekend thanks. We techy can find his work at one. Guy's opinion dot com..

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"new  " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"new " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"If you want them to be yours one day you have to show me a strong enough to carry them. This when star anyone we know will no. You're gonna know him His name is simos view and he plays shonky this is the latest installment in the marvel. Cinematic universe that great juggernaut of superhero movies. That's been going on. Ever since captain. America and iron man appeared some ten years ago. Well captain america and iron man had sort of retired and so they're bringing in news. Superheroes takes their place in this universe and This one who is introduced in this film Is a guy named shawn. Chee who comes from a comic book That was fairly popular back in the seventies and early eighties called master of kung fu In the comic book he was the son of fu manchu of all people who turned against his father when he found out. What an evil person he was. They've gotten rid of the fu manchu name. But it's still a father son. Conflict tale in which this young man is pitted against a fellow now called win. Woo played by tony. Leon who is thousand-year-old warrior. Who has these ten magical bracelets that give him. Almost astronomical power and also immortality and cianci has to overcome his father in to save the world from eight terrible dark force That's encased in a mystical chinese land Village called tallow this film is actually a lot of fun. the martial arts action in. It is very good cemil. You is very talented in the physical department But he's also an engaging actor and he's accompanied by aquafina the young comedian who plays his best. Buddy san francisco born and bred in kind of reckless and Wise cracking throughout the whole movie. it's a good time Enhanced also by ben kingsley who plays a rather preening english actor in the phil. It's a good time until the last twenty minutes or so when you get the obligatory big fight scene with lots of cgi and awkward action But up until that point. This is one of the better marvel superhero movies and it has a very ingratiating hero at the center of it. I'm afraid that his individuality will be sometimes Somehow swamped when he's folded into the larger marble. Picture of the universe But for the time being we should take An enjoy what we've got and sean She and the legend of the ten Rings is actually pretty pretty fun. It's available incidentally only in theaters unlike the previous installment black widow. They're not showing this on disney plus at the same time. So you've got venture out to the theaters to see it And i'd say it's worth the trip. I was looking at this. And is it lou lou. Yeah he is. actually in. Kim's convenience was actually love on netflix. right he's a canadian chinese actor Not very well known except for the show you mentioned but i think this is really going to make him a star our next up. We've got A bold new take on a traditional story in this one. I saw a trailer and i. It got my attention. Because when i was little and i'm talking sixty well yes sixty years ago. One of my favorite movies was walt disney's cinderella am afraid they're going to go in modernize this and screw it up. But here's a to make sure you're not tools done properly it. We shall hold of boll usual find bryant some cinderella. You don't need to go to the ball stepmother. I spent weeks making this dress. Future depends on about it right. Yeah you're right. They modernized it in. Screwed it up a musical but it's a jukebox musical. Most of the songs in it are old. Re purposed popular hits So it opens up with an ensemble number to janet jackson's rhythm nation and later on your here. Madonna's material girl recycled for The step mother and her two daughters and cinderella in this show is a feminist icon. She she goes to the ball eventually but not because she wants to beat the prince but because she wants to be a fashion lanista address designer and she looks up on the ball as a way of making business contact rather than arranging a marriage So this this is a feminist jukebox musical slant on cinderella and for me. At least it didn't work at all it has a nice lead performance by camila cabello as cinderella. She's got a lot of spunk. Reminded me of edward line from Mary tyler moore show you know you got spunk. I hate spunk. Well she's got a lot of spunk in this movie. Pierce brosnan appears as the old king. The stern old king in this movie the one saving grace of the i o. I'd say seventy five percent of the movies that he doesn't sing unfortunately as a song at the end and his voice. As you'll remember from mom is absolutely terrible and so you have to cover your ears when that show is up james corden the tv host. plays one of the mice transformed into a footman for cinderella. He also helped produce this movie But i must say. I was terribly disappointed. In in this version of cinderella. It reminded me to of that. Lovely old disney animated feature from nineteen fifty. I called it in my review. Bitty bobby bad what i think about this movie which is available on amazon prime. All right. let's move onto an american science fiction films set in the near future. It's called zone. Four one.

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"new  " Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"new " Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"Partners bet online dot AG. The Patriots were back on the practice field on Thursday after sitting out the day on Wednesday, the pads had a lot of new faces out at practice after cut down day officially on Tuesday getting down to that 53 man Ross for limit on Wednesday. We saw all the waiver wire process. We saw the practice squad basically come to fruition and a lot of those new faces were out at practice today. Waiver claim wider silver slash running back Malcolm Perry was at practice for the Patriots donating number 19 Perry working with the wide receivers during positional drills. So that will be his home at least in terms of meeting rooms and positional drills for the Patriots here. Wide receiver, gadget player, do it all guy, former navy quarterback, you know, Bill Belichick absolutely loves that. So the Patriots place a waiver claim on Malcolm Perry. He's out of practice for New England on Thursday, along with Perry. We also saw a couple new additions. Oh wait, first of all, we saw new offensive tackle yes here Durant, almost forgot about yasir Duran. Number 63, 6 foot 5, 6 foot 6, 330 pounds, a massive tackle prospect that has good play strength and decent feet for his size, the Patriots offensive line coach, Carmen Bristol, said that the pads scouted Durant quite a bit during the pre draft process. We're trying to come away with him, but then he got scooped up in the 7th round. Now they make the trade with the Houston Texans to get him here after the cut down day. Along with Durant and Perry, we saw the practice squatters fill out that 16 man practice squad 15 of the 14 of those guys, excuse me, out of that patriots practice on Thursday, three newcomers, quarterback, Garrett Gilbert, linebacker, Giovanni tavi and fullback Ben mason. Masons are really interesting one. We know Jakob Johnson's been pretty solid for the Patriots. But over at Michigan in the last couple of years, mason has been a battering ram for the wolverines, the ravens, drafted him, they have a couple of guys like Pete Richard, who were ahead of him on the depth chart, and it was a little bit difficult for him to get out there with Baltimore, but now he comes to New England and according to Ian rappaport seems to be in a direct competition already with Jakob Johnson mason has a chance to be a long-term fit here for the Patriots as their lead blocker. So along with mason and Gilbert and tavi, those players were out at practice. Cornerback D'angelo Ross, who was also on the New England Patriots practice squad was in spotted during the session at least during the media portion, but I am told that he has not been cut from the Patriots practice squad, dealing with something minor on the injury front, but Ross is still a member of the pat's practice squad as of right now. So not a release there. Just wasn't out at practice during the media portion of the session. The Patriots will be off over the weekend Friday Saturday and Sunday. Bill Belichick, giving the Pats Labor Day weekend off the pads will be back on the practice field on Monday afternoon, to prepare for the Miami Dolphins in the season Oprah, they're just a week away. We'll have you covered down here at Foxborough again on Monday and throughout the week next week as the Patriots make preparations for the dolphins. And of course, will be inside the lead stadium for the season opener against Miami a week from Sunday..

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"new  " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"new " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

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"new  " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"new " Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"To me. Is this good. Or is this a tired franchise by now. Well it's it's hard to believe. But this franchise has been going for twenty years now. The first movie came then one and it was a modest little road racing movie about the cops and robbers And now this whole franchises morphed into a almost a bunch of live action cartoons. Cgi heavy mission impossible movies In which muscle bound Vin diesel and his Muscle cars Handle missions for the us government vis Also includes the usual threat in this franchise of the importance of family And it gets so ludicrously sentimental when it's dealing with that issue that it almost drives the absurdity of the action sequences which are so over the top that they are as i say cartoonish in one of them for example the car is actually launched into space with a rocket To take out a satellite If you if you think of that as a jump the shark move up moment The fact of the matter is that this movie jumps a whole school of sharks because moments like that recur over and over again and The importance of family thread is handled by the fact that one of the villains is Vin diesels estranged brother. Who's played by ex wrestler. John cena and both of these guys are so face when they face off against one another finally and have a conversation. It's like watching to easter island. Statutes statues talk to one another This is really escapist entertainment but it's escapist entertainment that really is running on fumes but this time It's gonna make a lot of money. I mean the these. This franchise has a huge number of fans. I've found it the last Episodes to be really pretty dull People are going to go to a go to a lot of people are going to enjoy it and this is one of the movies. That's going to bring back. Sater's i think we have. That's called f nine a netflix film. Starring kevin hart playing a man raising his infant daughter after his wife dies after childbirth. This is called fatherhood..

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"new  " Discussed on New Equals Reason

New Equals Reason

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"new " Discussed on New Equals Reason

"And I was like well. Let me ask a friend. Emailed it to them. I said Hey man. I'm just thinking about them. Amal, podcast is, would you think? And he said it sounds good I like it. And our explain where I was coming from you know and I said. Basically new. Equals reason. Is because the new things that are going on like the covid nineteen the new things you hear about. Equals the reason to talk about it. And I looked up the meaning. In new means not existing the fuller made introduced or discovered recently or now for the first time, so yes. That made sense to me. This is new. Nobody's really heard me do a podcast. Would new. Eagles a person or thing considered to be the same. Another status or or quality? Outside let you know equals Yeah Eagles money. Anything you think about it equals this. In reason, a calls, explanation or justification for So when I read it, it made more sense in my head because. We're talking about new things new ideas. I won't everything that I'm doing with this to be new in. Bring out different. People in different voices, maybe that I think he's. Or maybe it's been passed to me. You know baby. They're doing something a little bit different, and if I get a platform that people were listening. Occupy, bring them to some New People. In music. A ministry anything? That is not. Commonly done. In our everyday life where people you hear talked to discount giving them somewhere, they could speak out. And it was a new adventure for myself. I set a goal for myself to. Just, try. Be Cows when you try something new most people hesitate. Separate people that are willing to be criticized willing to see. If there's something decking. Come from it. So, will you looking for a new boys? At this time of what's going on. Maybe we'll find.

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"new  " Discussed on The New Convention

The New Convention

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"new " Discussed on The New Convention

"Welcome to the very first episode for the New Convention Mavericks I'm your host, Christopher as your Mark Court? And in this first episode I will be sharing my own personal story, and the reasons why I decided to go down this path and create the new convention. The Convention is dedicated to questioning the conventions that currently form how we live how we work and how we interact with others in a world where cash is. Is King and money and prophets are often put ahead of our own health and wellbeing, and that of our communities and environment. It's time to start questioning many of the conventions we currently live by inconsistent, just normal part of life at the new convention I interview people who are living by their own rules, creating new conventions for living a more sustainable, abundant and most importantly meaningful life. These individuals are challenging the status. Status quo in areas, such as finances, lifestyle, relationships and wellbeing by living intentionally and in line with their values, and for me personally. This isn't something that I was always doing on paper. I had a great life. I was continuously progressing my career. I was winning awards. I married someone who shared values and vision for life. I went on the fancy holidays and I lived in amazing places, but the higher and higher i. I climbed the more disconnected. I started to become from myself, and what really mattered to me most of my focus on my career but I don't know what it was that I was trying to achieve aside from earning more money, but the more money I made the more money I spent an put me into this continuous cycle of earning and spending an earning and spending to keep up with my increasingly expensive lifestyle. And trying to impress others trying to be what I thought other people wanted me to be and trying to live the lifestyle. That society was telling me I needed to live to be. Successful. The more hours I worked the last time I spent focusing on my friends and my health and my marriage, those were the things I always said. We're the most important to me. And my life began to unravel naturally. When you don't focus on certain things, they don't go over so well. My marriage started falling apart. My health both my physical and mental health were deteriorating. I was suffering from serious anxiety. I was using. Alcohol is temporary solutions to make me feel better. I put on a mask to the world because I wanted to portray myself as the successful happy person that everybody I felt wanted me to be, but inside I had really hit rock bottom, and my mind began to go to some very dark places, and along with that there was all this guilt and shame around. Why are you not happy? You have this great life you. You're making great money and here you're not feeling great near anxious like there's people in a lot worse places than you like. Get a grip. And and I realized that I had to change something I couldn't keep going down the path. I was going down because I was living by other people's values, and not my own and I knew that was the stem of all of the pain that was being created in my life. And I also knew that there was a different and more intentional way to live, but I didn't really know what options existed to start doing things differently because I was founded by people who lived in acted just like me, who were focused on their career, making more money, buying the bigger house, getting the better car, and so I didn't really have great role models around me that we're living more the lifestyle that I wanted to live so I began to seek out individuals who were living differently and more specifically intentionally. I wanted to get my finances under control, so I sought out people who had achieved financial freedom, and mastered their spending habits I wanted to create a passionate and loving relationship, so I began exploring different types of relationships, and what other options really exist crate, intimacy, and connection, and I wanted to return to the practices that I. Knew Could Heal my mind. Mind and body, but I had been ignoring in my pursuit of earning money and the individuals I spoke to not only began to change the way that I thought, but they also woke me up. I had been asleep, I'd been running on autopilot, and they opened up my world view of all the possibilities that exist to live a full and happy life. Different and creative ways to earn money to experience relationships to live sustainably, give back, and most importantly to connect with myself, and my journey is still very much beginning, but if there's one thing I've learned through all of these interviews. It's that there are many ways to live your life. The most important thing is that you make sure the life you live is one. You've intentionally created. So if you're interested in going down this path with me, mavericks I have a question for you to quote the famous poet Mary Oliver. Tell me, what will you do with this one? Wild and precious life other very varied career, his straits at the back of my mind. I've always thought to myself I'd like to be financially free at some points of I can live the life. I want to move and so it took you. Would you say twenty years to get to the point where you are able to retire? Between Fifteen and twenty years. Which I think is achievable for my. When I ten twenty five, I had what I call a quarter life crisis. Yeah, I've been there. I just wanted more out of life and I. Just didn't want to be stuck in the nine five. The rest of my life, which is kind of what I was envisioning for myself, but the time so like I said like my parents didn't support the whole thing. And, but one say saw actually soared in the flesh once it was done. They're like Oh. That's really nice. Van River. And you still get a job. That's amazing. This is really where I see a lot of variety in different couples when you look at monogamous conventional marriages, everyone's following the same rules when you look at these. Unconventional relationships, everyone's making their own rules. I. made it my career mission to take the shame out of divorce. And then it occurred to me that there's a lot of shame in marriage. It's basically everything we've been talking about so far that you should get married. You should do this and that that's shame. My Dad likes to make out of me and tell me that I've always been Fergal Maher. He's Pretty Frugal to and I've even go to cousin, think night he's girlfriend had a child's meal in the local power. So I would say be brave. Who's the margins and the bondage? Join me on this journey mavericks and discover all the possibilities that exist to live a life that is uniquely your own through your relationships, your finances, your career and your lifestyle. There are many different ways to craft a successful life in only you will create that definition. If you like what you hear and you're interested in supporting our podcast, become a member and get access to extended episodes and kick ass resources to assist you on your journey of exploration and enlightenment. Don't forget to subscribe to never miss an episode. If you or someone you know, is living by their own rules and have a great story to tell contact me at the new convention at Chris, the, FM DOT com remember to live by our values to live your life. We'll catch you next time. Mavericks.

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"new  " Discussed on New Age Christianity

New Age Christianity

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"new " Discussed on New Age Christianity

"In the natural laws of the universe are so precise that you don't even have any difficulty doting spaceships. We can send people to the moon and we can time the landing with the precision of a fraction of a secondary character in Indian. If you're in Australia New Zealand Stockholm or London or Toronto Montreal or New York. We're all working with one power one loan. It's attraction in the secret is the law of attraction. Everything that's coming into your life you're contracting into your life and it's attracted to you by virtue of the images you're holding in your money gets what you're thinking to see. He whatever is going on in your mind. You're attracting to you now. Why people have always known that you can go right back to the ancient Babylonians? They've always known this gets it's a small select group of people. Why do you think that one percent of the population birds around ninety six percent of all money? That's being earned. You think that's an accident. It's no accident accident. It's designed that way they understand something they understand the secret and you are being introduced to the secret. The simplest way for me to look at the the law of attraction is if I think of myself as a magnet and I know that a magnet will attract to basically put the law of attraction says that like attracts lake. But we're really talking at a level thought our job as humans is to hold on to the the thought of while he wanted to make an absolute clear in our minds what we want and from then we start to invoke one of the greatest laws in the interest. And that's the law of attraction. You you Byu become what you think about most but you also attract would you think about most if you see it in here. You're going to hold it here. And that principle can be summed up in three simple words thoughts become things. Those storms thought has a frequency every thought has a frequency. We can measure thought. And so if you're thinking I thought over over and over and over again or if you're imagining your mind okay. Having that brand new car having the money that you need billion that company finding your soul mate if you imagine what that looks like your emitting frequency on a consistent basis thoughts are sending out that magnetic signal that is drawing the parallel back to you see yourself living in abundance and you will attract them get always works. It works every time with every person. Here's the problem. Most people are thinking about what they want and they're wondering why it shows up over and over and over the law attraction doesn't care whether you perceive to be good or bad or whether you don't want to or whether you do want it's responding to your thoughts so if you're sitting there looking at a mountain of debt feeling terrible about it that's the signal you're putting out to the universe. Wow I feel really bad because of all this debt. I've got your just affirming to yourself. You feel it on every level of your being gene. That's what you're going to get. More of. The law of attraction is really obedient. When you think of the things that you want and you focus on with all of your intentions the law of attraction will give you what you want every time when you focus on the things that you don't want don't want to be late? I don't want any late. You you really are calling that into exist Alava traction near the you don't want it and so it's GonNa show up over and over and over the mm-hmm attraction it's not by two once. It manifests the things that you think. The law of attraction action is always working whether you believe it or understand it or not. It's always working. It's working as much as you're thinking anytime. Your thoughts flowing nine. The law of attraction is operation when you're thinking about the past present or the law of attraction in his working. It's an ongoing process. You don't press calls you don't press star in his forever and action.

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"new  " Discussed on Made New

Made New

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"new " Discussed on Made New

"I can be a conduit of like Guides Common Grace people whether or not they realize it because they need the services that the government is here to provide so if I can make that we're fatter it's actually the glory of God welcome to the made new podcast produced by Stories Journal and Walnut Creek Church where we share stories of lives made new God is doing remarkable. Things and we want to record what he's doing all around us. I'm Jacky Crane on today's episode. We'll introduce you to injure who's unseen efforts are behind improving our common good faith them work are not separated AGIUS brain. He believes nothing that you do for the king is unimportant. Listen in on Jefferson Andrews conversation so if you if you WanNa talk in terms of what do I do which is not exactly. I am at any rate so for my job I work for company that does development for government agencies until we are basically like government contractor the Dennis Webster Yeah and so I've got no Darkwa yeah. Most mostly things like hanes fees online permits that type of thing that there's some sort of transaction with between citizens in the government in the we come in and trying to make that those transactions go more seamlessly for all arrogant so we work with contract so we do contracts so our company. She has a visits relationships in like thirty states and then the team. I'm on specifically does federal so like are are mainly partners are Penalty Library of Congress New Jersey Yeah Yeah correct yeah so what we actually that commercial driver's license commercial driver related so website that you were possible so before four August sixteen <unk> on a for a business that worked in the state of Iowa so like I designed to bill with the team but I had to <hes> I would go the governor takeovers websites department of Iowa Department of Education that <hes> let's see what else we not current one but we built the first time that Polk County in a number of other countries but specifically Kansas where we are when they put all of their link vehicle tags improper text online our company built the first version of that since then it's been rebuilt but yeah are probably yes does a good chance Komo personally. I would say like the things that I most passionate about our. I love to make things I never I am really happier the building something or creating something which is why do web development like my a lot of my hobbies are are that same vein like. I like to cook up people overhead tenor fifteen people over here last. Perfect for mid homemade pizza but yeah so I like the cook a lot on thin. I like I am not good at it. I looked through woodworking. That's just fun for me. I I back. It's like one of the things take so much experience sexual good at really expect to be good defensive worked and then I guess for like I guess if you WanNa talk at all about ministry stuff I think the things the always always really resonated with me in college. I DID INTERNATIONAL MINISTRY IN I feel as I've gotten older. I've always been drawn to people that Navy not outcast outcast the people that tended to be overlooked and I I I love being able to like sit down to engage with that's like through hospitality are just like infringing. You know people that Ah Navy harder other people relate to but like I just really enjoy hearing about people where they're they're passionate about. You know I like talking about her. My international president-elect talking about like their country's politics things like that is that's like where people live but like. Nobody asks you that stuff. If you live here you know so. I don't know that type.

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"new  " Discussed on Made New

Made New

10:37 min | 3 years ago

"new " Discussed on Made New

"Automation of the church is to show the world. Who got it got a screen. So for missing off Specht of him, then we're not fully catching that he's into the world wise, creativity important mall, simply because. Iskra from a Christian perspective, humanity good. He used to create us. Which is when you think about it in itself, overwhelming thought. Welcome to the made new podcast produced by stories journal, and walnut creek church, where we share stories of lives made new got us doing remarkable things. We wanna record what he's doing all around us. I'm Jackie crane on today's episode will introduce you to Elliott czar, who has been designing writing and creating for the local church has entire life. Elliot's are as the new creative director humble bees, and we got a chance to talk to him about the role of creativity and racial reconciliation in the church. Listen in on my conversation with Elliot. Can you tell me a little bit about your family.

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"new  " Discussed on The New How Podcast

The New How Podcast

11:30 min | 3 years ago

"new " Discussed on The New How Podcast

"Real estate, new age of technology. All right. So today on the new how Outkast we have Francis Mangga. Right. It's close. But close people get my last name wrong, too all the time. So don't worry about it. But francis. Here from advanced Philly so Francis. Tell me a little bit about yourself in tell the listeners a little bit like what advance Philly is so Brian, thank you so much for having me on this podcast. It is an honor to be here. So a little bit about myself. My name is Francis mega by I'm twenty five years old. I just got started in the real estate business about three years ago, I got out of university of Delaware with finance degree and immediately got into the real estate business. I was originally debating getting into real estate in like New York, L A or Paolo Alto. But I like Philadelphia because of all the real estate development and all the appreciation that's going on and advance Phillies. My real estate sales team with my partner awards Resnick. We are agents with two Adleman and a team of ten and we were only in the Philadelphia area. Is there any specific markets in Philly that your is that your favorite spots to work in or you all in every zip code? What, what, what is your main ones that you're working? So I'd say z zip code, and the neighborhood where we absolutely do the best in is Brittan when on one to one where we have pretty much every single record cop in every category. Record comp. What's me a record cop? I mean brewery towns pop in and Philly, all polite me, like highest sell the home in broughtdown. You guys have done so we have six hundred fifteen thousand dollar sale. It's a new construction with garage. It's about like twenty four hundred billable square feet. So those are the first new construction homes. Have a six in front of it. That's wild and fill in burrito specifically. But, like we saw that transition and fish town. Northern liberties. Are you thinking that burrito now is going to be seeing seven eight hundred thousand dollar homes like we saw fish down in northern liberties? Yes. So what's interesting about brew town is when you look at the technical boundary of the neighborhood is Secondly north of Popper and a did sell house in. That's technically imbera John, but a one nine one three zero zip code just sold it seven hundred thousand Soden ten days on ninety five north thirtieth street and houses. Only fourteen feet wide. But it's got an awesome rooftop two car garage in front and back high s-. No. So, so bring in your office Zimmer retentive or where. So we're based out of seventeenth wall partner, wards used to have an office on twenty s Gerard, but you just moved his office into sub Keith and walnut. And then opening up another location, just because team is expanding when the on a twenty four th and market at the film. And how many agents did you guys say you had agents and to administrative nice and what do you think your volume this year you'll do in twenty nineteen so twenty nineteen I'd say about seventy five million in sales last year? We did forty million and two thousand eighteen we've sourced about thirty five million dollars worth of resell listings for clients we've helped them acquire those that land shells. Do you find that most your clients? If you find a formula, also listening at for them as well or although that center mean value proposition. See, you know, when a developer says, oh, if I find you if you find me an opportunity will give you the listing and like I personally, think that's a lot more attractive for newer agents that are in the business acquisition agents because it's not to, to get listings for me the biggest value that we provide to our team pre-selling listings actually just did a listing pitch to one of the bigger developers in the city and. Went through was going through a past sales. And right now, we have thirty sales pending twenty million dollars worth of volume and a third of those thirty sales, ten of those transactions, or duly brokered by my so that just shows that we are consistently prospecting and bringing buyers own listings. We're not just putting it on the molasses and letting other people similar. There's talk to me a little bit about it. And you don't have to give away the secret sauce. But obviously the new how podcast business today or built a lot of them are built around tech platforms, and certain engine techniques that are only able through ways that can be done now with all the technology social media presence. Can you give them like a little, what's something you could do the separate yourself from the competition? If you're trying to get into real estate. I'd say available out there, I'd say in comparison to what everyone else is doing. I mean I'm not tax Audi at all by any means. And a lot of people make text message. And it'll be bad responding. I like to think of myself as low tech hijack. Look at low tech high chew my thing is just in what a lot of people my team news. We just work a lot harder than everyone else were consistently lovers ones in the office. So asked what out we're not afraid to get our feet wet into work. Did I see you at the gym on Instagram? Sometimes when I'm rolling out of bed. That's your. They're like in the five o'clock hour. Yeah. They're anywhere from five thirty to six thirty and that just what I what I have to do to get all my work done for clients, and, and it gets, you know, get energy levels pump in. I'm fully fully believe that Mata that hard work out works talent. Right. Like it's you know, you can be the most out that person what you do. But if you don't put in hard work. What's it really matter? And one person that I really bought myself after indirectly is like the can because I've been on other sides of trans out at ten thirty pm, and he's getting right back to emails. I mean, you're looking guy who's Ardy Mead it and is worth millions on millions and doesn't have to worry about money, and he's still working. They'll push wire, some of these new wires of these, like why is the average real estate agent feel titled that they should only be work. Working forty hours a week. Yeah. I mean. No-one no-one. I knows that super successful working forty hours a week. It's not realistic. So that's, that's a quote, although the as your twenty five I'm twenty you're not we're not much difference in age Raipur, like tell me because this is I don't know if this is your first business or not the like can everybody do it like you know what I mean? Like, is what separates the people that are being successful or everyone's got their own version of success. But, like what separates the people that like the Mike mcgann's verse other is there a trade like what, what do you think it is? So I don't know why I personally can't tell what separates unsuccessful people from successful people. But I can tell you why I'm successful sort of, like, why I did it for myself. So I think a big thing that sheet me as I was born in the Philippines, and at age ended up moving here when we first moved here, my family. Well, we were pretty wealthy in the Philippines. My mom was doctor. And then. My dad was pretty high up at three but then we ended up moving here. My mom had to redo residency. My dad barely had a job. So my mom was probably making with forty grand a year with five kids. So we were on the twenty five launch like food stamps, and had like ten fifteen year old cars. I mean, and even my mom was a fully practicing doctor when I was thirteen years old by parents got demolished by the real estate market, like bought two thousand five at the top of the market bought two thousand seven in Delaware top of the market, and then sold at the very bottom of the market. So I mean like my whole life through high school. I mean my, my friends parents did fairly well, but I was the one that was always had to pick up jobs to go to be able to play all into go. Hang out with my friends and Dak work ethic, and that hustle has just related into what I'm doing now. Like my, my senior year of. College, I was selling Turks supplements for this company jenex and was actually number four in the world, Adria twenty five and through that, my internship, GP mortga, like seventy grand part time was. Yeah. While you're in high school when I was in college college. So I mean that's that that's more in a lot of people make today. And you were doing in college. I think I think definitely I have to that the hustle. But also seeing you saw your parents through it's kind of almost to me. It's probably part of your y of what you're doing. And why you're doing it is based. You saw your parents go through your continuing that you it took for them to just go from point. A two point be now. You're at fucking letter M. You're trying to take it all the way to X Y. It's like. No phrases. Tell me digging a little bit more about why you went to brokerage rally. You said you're at Jp Morgan like, what excites you about being a broker so soup Brian. That's a really good question. The, the big thing that I when I was senior university dour, who's taking a look at friends in kids, what the school with that were four years older than me and twenty five years old. The were living paycheck to paycheck, they weren't loving what they were doing. And then my friend yet my friend, Gina Smith. The rights jenex, she was selling twenty thirty million dollar houses in LA, pick her brain about real estate, my friend, Lori. She was working at shoes, originally on Wall Street, but she got sorted in real estate. Her manager was ride hat for million dollar listing really got to pick their brains about real estate, and that caused me to fall in love with the industry and then got connected with Antonio. Akin who his me Kette ninety five million a year celsius interviewed with him. And that just when I realized that real the real estate business was for me, and I like how you're in charge of your own destiny. How I mean you can work as hard as you want in, like pass agents that have been in the brokerage for twenty thirty years. It's crazy. He's all about hostile. And I think that's real estate is. You know, it's exactly whatever you put in even in other areas of the industry. I mean, I'm not not a broker yourself, but I'm I'm involved in the architecture construction side, you know, some marketing, but as hard as I work my team works. It's like the results seem to come and I think it's also because there's a lot of like minded people in industry, but also on the flip side. There's a lot of on minded people in this industry that just don't put in the effort that's needed to work with the right buyers. And sellers they don't. They don't understand what it really takes to be a top notch agent in the service that's needed and provided by firms like advance failure. Mackanty and others space and Khamis another good one. Like there's.

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"Clinch 'cause you're locked in a virtual home waiting and you hear Jason Slyke hacking down the door you have to shit. Yeah. That's why he gets most of his victims. Because like, I'm just gonna use the bathroom real quick goes it in hack, so you build these silver blocks, gold blocks. Yeah. It's also more competitive version than previous tetris can cause you can have up to four players. Yeah. And a thing that I love, and I don't know if this is a regional tetris, I didn't think it was playing competitively. If you form a line and your line goes away. It gets added to the writings the garbage system garbage. So if you if you save up, so that you have you know, that those four lanes, but you need that one long tree. No. And you drop it drop it in your competitor. Just gets four lines added to the bottom of the trash. Uh-huh. Then I'm torn about this. Because like, and you can turn it off or on great. Is this an explanation of New York's trash go into New Jersey. We are New York's. Nobody I 'cause I played with a lot of different I play with my brother played with some friends. And there was a lot of controversy among the garbage non-garbage when you're gonna play multiplayer cause for the most part. And I think it's more interesting for the best player will win out like be your own competition as opposed to just being like, I gotta tetris and now you're fucking done. So so what is it about that that that you dislike the trash system? Yes. Yeah. I guess it's because what I like about is that you can like you probably just because my house I was playing playing with people such mixed expertise levels that and you can actually play with multiple people. And I think I grew up in a house where there was a lot of video convene game controller sharing to the point. Where you're like, I have to share I have to share my controller with this person or give them a fake controller and tell them there. Playing all these things. But with a four player tetris I can still play my game while you play. And if you up that's on you, it doesn't matter you, you're just playing your game alone. Yes. People happen to be there. Yeah. How many siblings? Do you have I have three older siblings? Okay. And so you the youngest. And so if you're playing the garbage system is a very good chance the garbage would be headed in your direction, very game and your family. Now, I know no. It was a psycho like at least in my family..

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