20 Burst results for "Nick Nelson"

"nick nelson" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"I don't know if he's going to give you more than like five or six innings in these starts going to want to but i do think like having him back on the bump every five days and having them in the dugout being like a crazy person not gonna hurt the proceedings. But i do think you're right in that. So you know this yankee team. We didn't know they were the deadline. Either we knew that they needed. I mean there were obvious upgrade points. The bullpen is running out of arms. Everyone of the bullpen is tired. They supplement the bullpen with some like like klay homes has been interesting so far we like it. We enjoy it other than clay homes. They ditched louis. Sessa and attached justin wilson. Whose terrible to get that done and that cleared up payroll that ultimately never used. So that's been kind of a bummer right now because they use arms if not to be effective just to soak up innings. Because what they are doing is calling up nicknames. News one of the worst pitchers in baseball history and makes me think every time he takes the man that i could be a major leaguer because there's no threshold for failure. His stuff is look nick nelson stuff better than mine yes. I don't throw ninety seven. But if i blow up and can't find home plate and like and like throw abundant into right field and do whatever nichols has been doing and the next day my managers like keep at it. They're like we're going to send you damn well we're gonna bring you right back up like the fact that you you know. It makes me think that there's no rules i could just be on the roster repeatedly but did cashman fortify the bullpen. Jury's out i'm not sure but he needed to find left. Handed power got anthony. Rizzo pulled that off the horn. God joey gallo and so. None of us were ready to say like this team is like this team is near perfect. Just supplemented with a couple lefties. Nobody nobody thought this yankees team was perfect. But everybody knew. If you're gonna make moves get lefty power. He got to. He didn't really sacrifice much of anything to do it. The red sox had a more golden opportunity ahead of them. As far as i can tell. And so i think you're right..

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"nick nelson" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

05:29 min | 5 months ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"Everyone in the bullpen is tired. They supplement the bullpen with some like, I don't know, like clay Holmes has been interesting so far. We like it, we enjoy it. Other than clay homes that they ditched Luis sessa and attached Justin Wilson who's terrible to get that done. And that cleared up payroll that they ultimately never used. So that's been kind of a bummer right now because they could use arms. If not to be effective, just to soak up innings because what they are doing is calling up Nick Nelson who's one of the worst pitchers in baseball history and makes me think every time he takes the mound that I too could be a major leaguer because there's no threshold for failure. His stuff is look, is Nick Nelson's stuff better than mine? Yes. I don't throw 97. But if I blow up and can't find home plate and like throw a bundt into right field and do whatever Nick Nelson has been doing and the next day, my managers like keep at it. They're like, we're gonna send you down, but we're gonna bring you right back up. Like the fact that it makes me think that there's no rules. I could just be on the roster repeatedly. But did cashman fortify the bullpen? Jury's out. I'm not sure. But he needed to find left handed power. Got Anthony Rizzo pulled that off of the horn. Got Joey Gallo. And so none of us were ready to say this team is like this team is near perfect just supplemented with a couple of lefties. Nobody, nobody thought this Yankee team was perfect. But everybody knew if you're gonna make moves, get lefty power. He got to and he didn't really sacrifice much of anything to do it. The Red Sox had a more golden opportunity ahead of them as far as I can tell. And so I think you're right that look high in bloom had a plan and we all know what the plan was and this year sort of defied the plan. And that's great. But you can only, you know, it almost feels like he was what people are telling Red Sox fans to be. People are people are saying like, you won four titles in under 20 years..

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Short Porch

"It's not good. And i was there on monday. Those balls were not cheese. They were blasted. Those ball was were destroyed into the baltimore orioles and granted. Their offense is better than pitching. And that's why they're so bad. But man i have it. I didn't have much trust when the train from never gonna reaction when they traded for him. I knew we were getting when asia heaney and we have the same reaction but what stopped talking about the negative here oposite to two or three ten runs or more in the next two in the last two games of the series. I'm very excited lewis. He'll and him pitching sunday against the mariners. In what could be a pivotal game against the mariners from those who have the next three games. Go against them on thursday friday and saturday with the pitcher tation threat friday. I don't think they know who's pitching at this point. It's up in the air actually But i'm it's fun to have one walk six innings. One strikeout no runs. He was excellent when they need to be especially coming off of haney. Start lose monday to pitch like that on tuesday. You lose if you go down in the first two of the baltimore orioles. After the disaster lewis hill might have saved the season tonight even like exaggerate here like majid losing the first two here. And we go the game tonight with jerry. Jones helped to thirteen runs. Definitely how to must-win game which is sad to say but we needed on the worst case scenario we need to be five and one against the marlins in the oils. And we did it well. Oh mars loyal. Sorry mariners. when i'm talking right you guys look at me. Like what they said mariner mariner tomorrow and the same mullins with the mayor's. I'm sorry i'm with thinking within quick here. But i'm excited lucille. I wanna talk about real quick though the now you guys are up top by that right after this too much. Talk about now. He's the star. We talk a little bit. I i generally don't know what even happened. I know you guys left and jumpsuits. That's quite literally by the way strikes by the tracks and tracks me. You go by italian stallions. We set a shirt was coming shirt has arrived and it is the best government. It's right up there. Triggs is quite literally he makes. Picasso look like a child the way he draws. Things go by the shirt towns downs. We tweeted about it. We had a bunch of our store. Or i'm sorta i come go find as electric in scoring three run. Since we really quite literally ended resort to its night homerun first home run in yankee stadium. Gallows getting there. We're gonna talk about him. Don't stop some ups up stones. I i wanna talk to you guys about stephen writings who i have some say here like we had deal with. We were up in boston watching the red sox yankees game and brooks chrissy come in the game and he throws four pitches. And we've had deal with nick nelson up about nick nelson and the word about that man anymore but no it's certainly not. He doesn't throw any strikes we to watch those two astles this year and we have a six eight giant man in the minor leagues. Who has a very good Line throughout limit batting average low era. One hundred hundred and one miles an hour with a wipeout slaughter and we have the nerve to pitch brooks christie against the boston. Red sox when we need a fucking saving all that and nick nelson and which is let stephen ridings in the minor leagues. What i want you strangle that people who make decisions for this team sixty one. Oh one however you possibly watching that and not being like. Yeah which call that it. I honestly if i was like did the gm by whoever is in charge of that. I would bring up everybody. So fast ingles obsessed with forty man roster. They're more upset forty man roster than any team. But i sorry my sinuses been acting up. It's late offer star and all now. I've been here is falsely cough. I've been hearing this stephen writing for a month or two now. The line advocate tweets about quite literally hand up. And i have my ear to everything. I haven't heard his name once. Oh no i feel like a month or so ago. I started seeing tweets. Like stephen rining. He's killing it in the minors. And i would see all his numbers. I think to myself there must be something wrong with them. There's no way this guy could be down there with these numbers and he's not brought up in the middle we're over. The guys had every single time. He's actually unbelievable. I mean it was awesome. It's seriously though. What will we wait for. You know. I had no response to know already going to be like rover. Hyping this guy. What if we get like Job oh seven-run stephen ridings. No no no. No no doubt given on her instagram people love the hate us and all that people. We jump on early but like no joke. Okay sure he could regress this point but the fact that he's six one hundred and what what he did in that first setting restrained the side and the start of three oh when he came extract pumped up automatically makes them better than anything i've seen brooks cranky ord nick nelson do no matter what he does if you give seven runs tomorrow. He's still better than whatever. I've seen nick nelson embrace risky no question. I think we need to put a rule in this podcast..

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"nick nelson" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Post it notes posted notes for sure. Yeah the morning. Show with boomer. Esiason and greg naughty boomer and geo i know he had issues there he was right did he have some heroin issues. Passed away in two thousand fifteen says really. Yeah about that. i've forgotten about clearly. I all right see low. That's deflating take brought to you by down fair tire. Nobody beats down fair tire. Nobody rubio door continues to give the yankees productive at bats numbers over the last month or so pretty damn solid bitch had highly hair to write. That bowl is high bar time. And the second deck. Rogaine just hits two run home run and the second decade right and the aggies extend their lead to five to i love the way he drops the bat dog. Oh very hot and juicy okay. Have you noticed his trot around the basis has a little reggie jackson look to. It almost seems like he's tried to mimic that a little bit of times. Maybe that'd be great if he did. It's the history is pretty good. It's pretty good. I don't know if he's gone for that. But that's that's the first thing that of jumped out at me. The more i looked at it a little bit. He's off them now. I think that's his. What eleventh with the yankees now. Three run rally there in the seventh. But it was quickly undone by zach britton and nick nelson in the eighth game went to extras. Where ryan lamar delivered. The walk off single in the bottom of the tenth yanks when it over the phillies. Six to five sweep at the two game series. Four straight wins nine twelve to get within two of the as on the law side but that second ale wildcard. Spot almost sounded like aaron. Boone entered last night with the pretty low expectations huge We're look we're up against a lot of ways today. You know you know. Wash gave us four strong innings. And even he's not totally built up so we're nicknaming Ashes hausky now who made his yankees debut at the start. didn't even allow john a chance to finish his opening sentence. Good evening everyone. Here is agoura delete off. And you know i i love what susan said about. Ascher walsh hausky. Whoa joe from now on. Who deals swung on your love. Back gardner on the track at a wall. He's gone all the first pick by whoa j. Hausky is it out by jean cigar. Forget what i was going to say. Well we'll joe gave them a four innings of three run ball. The eighth was really the issue because boone did not have chad green. Wanted to avoid greenie last night. You know just because you know he's been it's been a little heavy for him lately so yeah he was definitely down tonight. And once britain didn't have to throw nelson right into the fire one. It's been a while since he's been out there and that's about stuff spot as you can come in especially when you haven't pitched in a couple of weeks now just the guy you want the game with the game. Line the wild pitch allow the tying run to score. He did escape. The inning with the game still tied those hours..

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Short Porch

"I don't understand now. I know we talked about garrett whitlock was the guy who wasn't protected so nicholson gets down. That's unforgivable but how has he remained on the forty man roster like to come in this. I think he's afraid of weather. Guard relaxed situation. All i can promise you. There's no dear situation. Your nails in the worst pitcher in baseball a shutdown reliever on the kansas city oils. There's no former version of reality where that happens. I have to worry about any olds. Hbo nick nelson is a horrific baseball pitcher. I want i never wanna like he like. We should have already gotten the updated. He's been released from steve by guests nonsense that he had like. This guy cannot be pitching for this team. And facet moving forward like i. I no no no. I i hate that guy. I mean the fact that you loved him fuck that that was not my best take no was not so he was really bad. Good to talk about actual jakubowski. I mean expectations were absolutely at the bottom. And this is kind of the guy who look we also look like garrett cole like a homeless person's version of garrett cole a spring training not very good but i hope that never really see him again can i be. He's basically starting burnings to runs. You take that completely completely Especially with the start where it gives a home of first pitch but As terrifying as i was. And i said zero the public i would've taken like four runs at four innings to be honest with you. He battled he hung in there. Good for him But i generally hope to never see him again. Because cortez was supposed to you know either. Nestor or king being unavailable here put them in a bind. Let's hope that bind doesn't continue And like i was another option here. He's been struggling. I was about to say. I saw his numbers arable and at In the minors but he was good in the major leagues. Like i don't know. I know that it's to me it's different. I don't know if i see a guy that performed at the major leila. I don't care what he's doing aaa your back. The major leagues and keep playing him before. That's it's the same thing with roy. Gallon i lamar all these guys. Like if you're performing at the major league level keep you know. Give them a shot. Yeah i mean it worked out good but pre-game if you tell me show me debbie's numbers whatever i'm trusting deputy gave me four solid innings then abbas cousy like i just know what i'm getting would asteroids gas and i i know what i can't get with debbie and he did pitch well last night the miners and they eat through six innings to run nine case like his best. Start in a while so over on the up and up there but Shots ascher ascher pitbull. Every single person yanks twitter tweeted bomb when he hit the home run on the first pitch refused to do it but every single patient every like twitter. We're just infested with boys about what was saying What else do we talk. Christie at it'll because brooks christie was probably we skeoch but he was electric for him. The chapman now situation. He's got to figure out it's always. It's always situation. What is now how how it does feel like we've been hearing about this forever like almost like years. I heard about these now. Maybe when he was. I like can we get him a bionic nail. I know he needs to take the nells. That's bad but there's gotta be a solution here. It seems like they go out to the mount they address. It is on now with the big debate. Taking them out every time he stays in finishes whatever either it gives a homer and then they forget they like had the mound visit and they just carry on with their day and they forget that hey. His now is still an issue. It's still a problem and it will continue to be a problem. It's like his control is off went when it's all haywire just to we figure out his now please..

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Short Porch

"We'll start with zach zach brin which was initially started by labor tours a bad error start the inning which kind of catapulted and put the whole wanting to be horrible leadoff guy on but that britain was not good. He has not really been good all year now. Granted he's had a tough go of like being consistently healthy and that that does plan to annex tough to get into rhythm and all that when you're not helping you keep pulling your hamstring and all that. But he hasn't been good even. He came in the game on on tuesday and it was a bit of a tightrope as well. He got a miracle that will play together after wednesday was really bad. He only got one out and he ends up going so he three hits on tuesday bad and then today he gives a one out gives a three two runs three runs. Two of them were earned. Two walks zero right now. Eight five three through more balls than strikes so he is with the bases loaded incomes nick nelson because this team is straps obviously with the covert island that. But this is where the boone schick. It really bother me chad. Green through a believe it was what thirteen pitches. He threw thirteen pitches on tuesday. He had the day off obviously on monday team at the whole day off on monday. And then i think he threw two innings on sunday and twenty something pitches. I saw something after the game. That said he was ally tonight on what he was unavailable. Just wasn't in. Use them right and them saying why that's unacceptable. The reason he's unavailable is for tomorrow. Boom is thinking about this red sox years coming up and how man that britain back to that chan back. If somebody for tomorrow buddy. This team has no ability to think about tomorrow. You gotta win every single game. You're playing on the date. you're playing that. Don't they've gotta lose tomorrow. You don't have anybody whatever but win the game. You have the best chance of winning. Which was today when you have the bases-loaded near nobody out or if you want to start the inning with green. And whatever i get using britain that's fine but You gotta use them eventually back to situations. Get him going. Get him reps. But it can't bring a nick nelson with basis loaded. He just can't you just can't do. This guy has quite literally shown us nothing to trust him in any situation. I wouldn't trust him in a fucking seven-run game i want to know. I'm sure we've done this on the pot. How many games. This year nick nelson has entered and given up a run. So he's up. What technically yeah. And that's where baseball era in bullpen. Er is really stupid because all these runs were britain's but somehow nick nelson comes in his era goes down. I am ready to admit that nick nelson is bad. I'll have a few but hey. Cra went down. Nicholson at the worst outta. Lose your hoops now. I had unplug micro pick. I'm here now. I heard you. Yeah sure but okay. Let's see you're entering tonight. I guess you wanna say okay. Senses since april ninth. Give four here. Two runs here. Didn't get to run against atlanta. So it's two three three or four. Get three runs. Against cleveland and get run against detroit. Congratulations and you run the fucking tigers. That's three five four six five seven six eight six eight appearances given up a run at least one rock this guy..

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The Good, Bad and Ugly From the Yankees-Mariners Series

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:33 min | 7 months ago

The Good, Bad and Ugly From the Yankees-Mariners Series

"The yankees did win. Two out of three from the mariners. And i've actually won three of their last. Which is weird. That doesn't feel true but it is the reason it doesn't feel true though is because one of the winds was seven innings long chattering closer came after world champion already blown a game like an hour and a half prior and then to the wins game in ten. Pm eastern games and the loss in the mariner series was the finale which aired at four pm eastern which everybody watched and went up yankee suck getting one hit in seven innings by a righty reliever who you know looking. Gilbert is good. Logan gilbert is good. He's good good rookie. He's got a lot of potential but he entered the game with a four. Ira you gotta get more than one. Head against logan gilbert so. That's our my expectations unreasonable. Now i don't think they are. They're also colored. By what i know about the new york yankees so i go into that game to go all right absolutely you know. Do they have to sweep this series when the series starts no but after you win the first two and the first one is a twelve one pounding and the second one your starter goes and inning. And it's nick nelson and somehow you're able to survive a five four victory. That should be the hard one like once you get the second one and it's impossible it's like okay now that we got that under our belts at one in the morning while most of yankees nation was asleep. Now we have that one under our belts. Let's go get the third one which is jordan. Montgomery who sort of steady this year. You can expect six innings. Three runs and sure enough. He gets into the seventh gives up just as reruns. Yeah you lose four. Nothing they get one hit offloading. Gilbert started major

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

08:20 min | 9 months ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"Everybody i'm so excited to have the nick nelson brand for noor all the way from hotlanta. Nick how you doing good to see you. It's been good to be seen. You know what we made it a year in some change of some stuff it has been. It has been interesting in terms of just having to do things differently but i can. I can happily say looks like we about to make it on the other side. It sure feels like it. You know which is praying against other strains. We're praying the folks. Go on a get that vaccine only on becton back you hear me you know and this is how bad i am. I got that j. and j. always like do we wanna do. This is going to be hard enough to just show up once you want me to show up twice. Got to know about like like if you get back. Saying people know that You know i got madonna and that was no joke. The first time was it so bad so arm. Felt like i've been to war or something but the next time that thing got me down i mean. Put me down. Coal was fatigued ahead chills. I got a feeling of they covert thing might be like and i'm glad i never had the full blown thing. What would the jj. I didn't have any issues with that scandal. You know i mean my whole thing was It's all about staying at the hospital and continue to do and you know you have different. Strains i'm certainly going to do boosters with all this stuff it is right. But it's about do something right. I'm i am a huge Proponent of being proactive and not everybody is would with the vaccine stuff and they still have questions. You know what i i'm. I'm a big man. Faith i'm like you know what whatever god has me is going to be familiar and you know i'm i'm gonna take this backs and just you know let it let it let it run. Its course go paper medicine to so many other things mobile so many other things. He's probably one of those things that they've got right over the years. So i'm consistently that part that we will try remedies or mom knows that we don't even have babe i need. Has apple cider vinegar and some you know peach searle and like okay a whiskey in and any like sure or they get the in different places by people who aren't even so i didn't want to hear from you. I don't wanna get shot. You know it's been hard. Our kids have been through it. I mean my little girl. She's back in person school and now she's like this is over now because she didn't get to go the whole year and she feels kind of way but she was happy to go back. Oh let me say some months has been. He's been out of school for over year rate remote and he went back for like something as simple as a talk concert. Man he was like dad. I fo- so far. I'm like okay. You got to be ronnie's old people all the time i want to. You know it was hard on them. It was really hard on them. But you know what. I understand that somebody had a birthday. Oh maga hit his thirteenth birthday and he is so excited in the biggest thing about it. Was you know his shoe game. Also you know now now allow him to really step up shooting. You look up. My whole thing was like nick you know. How did you feel you feel thirteen. He was like. I didn't feel thirteen until i put my tennis shoes. Excuse me i don't shattered win. Happy birthday to you nick. How 'bout we have a culture soup moment. This do okay so you know what. Yeah we've been through a years of some garbage soup want to call that the things are beginning to rumble. I know that there are articles and tweets and posts things out there that are showing that companies are beginning to invite their workers. Back and small businesses are about to start working at capacity. You know we're kind of back to this thing. But how many of your clients were sitting there waiting for this moment to do something about their brand or was there. Anybody acting with any urgency. A lot of people have been acting with urgency because of the uncertain bryant so We have a few different avatars. If you will you have those individuals that are like also sick of being in my home. Please put me in a place right on what well at home. Yeah those individuals that are like arms love and not having to be in front of my co workers in my boss every day. And i'll be happy to be on a zone those individuals that are like you know what this is the moment where i realized that i have to do something different. And i'm not to. I have to elevate them. And and and it's time for me to really focus on being something else doing what it is. The i needed to do for myself. I don't wanna go back. I realized that. I just don't wanna go. I don't wanna do what i used to do i to do something different and so i think everybody is in their own moment season. The thing about these corporations also nowadays they realize that we can work remotely. Yeah what a lot of legacy organizations that have believe we have to see. Our people have invested in infrastructure. They've invested in new roles and resources in terms of people that are responsible now over remote employees. Were they are actually getting more work done yes. They're getting more work done. And i have some clients that have have you know. They have like land all over the place to like nick. We're not we're not going back. Yeah we're not do it because we're we're seeing actually gains in the season and we don't want to disturb that because you know we've got now grew back. There's some things you just can't unsee and code. Well you know what the pandemic really didn't blow the cover off of a lot of things we had to rethink so much. There was a lot of evil. The came to the surface that we had to deal with. But then to your point many of these companies who have been shunning the teller worker the remote worker the work from home. You know what we had the technology so we were so now. You can't come around and say oh we can't do that. We can't trust him anymore. Because the business case has been correct correct and not only has the business case been proven but from a financial standpoint. You have people that have and businesses that during ovid that they have they have been rockstars. They they've done numbers in coke right so they can't even say that you know this doesn't make sense anymore because the numbers say that actually makes more sense doing this than it does. Yeah i wrote an article for zap era just recently and that was sponsored content. So let me get that out the way they are clients status after but listen to the whole thing on the business imperative of video and i talked about how it's not just enough to show up on the zoom com. Kinda way you gotta come correct. Can you talk about how your equipment your ideal your lighting. Your sound plays into your brand. All of that does like literally i have. I have done no less than three or four presentations for major corporations around this. Because what we're seeing. Is that people. Just they never had to Present themselves in this way before you ever think from.

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Hill sharp, Kluber roughed up as Rays beat Yankees 10-5

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Hill sharp, Kluber roughed up as Rays beat Yankees 10-5

"Rich hill earned his first win of the year in Tampa bay's hitters pounded out thirteen hits as the rays defeated the New York Yankees ten to five hill allowed four runs all in the third inning on four hits in six innings of work striking out seven the left hander credited his efficiency along with the defense behind him all those things working in cohesion with each other and and being able to you know we have short half innings out there on the defense and but those guys back in the box for us to hit makes it makes for a good game Joey Lendl's two run double in the bottom of the third off Nick Nelson gave Tampa Bay the lead for good in the rays added four more runs in the fourth Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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Blue Jays beat Yankees 3-2 in 10th inning as fans return

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Blue Jays beat Yankees 3-2 in 10th inning as fans return

"The Toronto Blue Jays won the season opener from another the alley's top contenders the New York Yankees three to two in ten innings Randal Grichuk double in the top of the tenth off Nick Nelson drove in the deciding run Toronto scored first with three straight singles up Gerrit Cole in the second inning but York answered in the bottom of the inning when Gary Sanchez blasted a two run Homer off the engine review the J. C. Oscar Hernandez tied at two in the six with a home run off coal fired Toronto relievers threw four two thirds shutout innings to enable the victory Tom Mariam New York

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"nick nelson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Thank you. And congratulations. You pitched it three levels of the Yankees system last year. What do you think? Allowed? You jump so quickly. How? Um, I just think ah Um I think a lot of the pitching coaches, you know, I had a couple last year, and they all they all helped me out tremendously, You know, especially with you know my offspeed pitches of working a different counts. And what not I think? Yeah, they, you know Rosie and In Hye, Tampa, nor the and and and then Tommy Phelps and interview. Those guys help me out so much. Nick, you know, they made you wait around a bit. T get into your major league debut was just warning. You know, for a week and 1/2 or so was that almost more nerve wracking than getting into the actual game. Just sitting around? Yeah, definitely anticipation, Especially because of this. You know, As soon as the phone rings, I start, you know, you know, Look, I get more nervous and whatnot. So Yeah, definitely waiting was it was it was killing me. Sure and congratulations, Man Way. Asked the same question Teo to Brooks the other day. Did you get any souvenir? What was what was it like, back in the clubhouse with your teammates to anybody Give you anything? Uh, Yeah. Um Well, you know, I get my first strikeout, balling whatnot and then not necessarily souvenir, but I got the belt after after the W So that was that was a pretty cool thing for sure. So the belt is still being passed around. These are the things we don't get to see in the clubhouse since we don't get to go there anymore. But Nick Nelson Happy kid after his big league debut tonight with three scoreless innings, Yankees beat the Red Sox five to the Yankees are off to their best start since 2003. They started out nine and one that year. They are six and one. At the moment, 5 to 2 Yankeesvictory Congrats The Nick Nelson. We're coming back with Mohr, including Look. The scoreboard Next. This is the Sun Wave Gas and power Yankees postgame show on the W. Fe and Yankees radio network. Tonight, A least rivalry matchup has brought. This isn't.

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"nick nelson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In for a strike went backto back change little activity now in the Yankees bullpen, trying to see who that is. 12 now. And the pitch check swing foul. The right Michael King is up, throwing You too. Swing and a miss struck him out. Benintendi is gone, and that is the ball game. I Chris Singleton, who is your player of the game. Well, it has to be geo are shallow with that Grand Slam. In the second inning, and that really That did it. That's the game winner. As it stands, Red Sox, Grable scored two runs and really good job, so I would say by both bullpens Red Sox bullpen. Come in and put the whole much zeros up. In fact, six scoreless against the Yankees after those 1st 2 frames, and the Yankees had some good pitching is well, young Nick Nelson, making his major league debut, solid outing for him. Scoreless over three Good job Yankees win. All right, so your shell or a play of the game brought to you by marathon these days, we have to travel. Smart marathon could help by improving engine performance with quality Top tier gasoline marathon. The American spirit. So the Red Sox fall to the Yankees and New York Tomorrow night, The Yanks will go for the sweep about Nick Nelson debut and he comes up with the Wind safety David Hale. The Yankees win five to Major League Baseball on ESPN Radio is brought.

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"You have not make the FEC about periods like. I'm an introvert also. Introvert Vert extrovert. I am I I enjoy because I'm in front of people so much better from people who all sign and then even you know from social persona and I say persona. It's not a negative word. Is I get I get a lot I give ah in terms of energy right is so in those downtown and then I have a white in child in the energy is will right. Signed by the time I hit time alone I I cherish Kogas government. I cherish it because uh-huh I don't get it off and I I can appreciate you eating Alone thank you for allowing me to join you and innovating innovating. Now it was the mic Nelson and we were calling their faculty members for League. Three Sixty Angle. Thank you actually work the workshop right. They started by next door to talk about what you covered. You talked about being a corporate influence. So the thing about Brand is that oftentimes yet many people that think well. I have to be an entrepreneur. But I don't want to you know I'm not a world four organization. I'm not looking for the next job. Will branding more than about looking for the next job again again. If you if you recall it's what you want to be known for it. How do you WanNa make people feel and so anybody that tells me well you know? got a brand. I challenged them and I said well. Let's pull up Google and is put in your name and the city live it. Take a look if something comes up we say. Okay what comes up and woody rank frank if nothing comes up that says something also that says that you are ghost an equal. Just don't do this search for you. Yeah which is very externally exactly because again people are nosy. Right people are nosy their judgment so in their arm because that's a true right and so is all about perceived value. We learn what that is. Now where are you putting out there in the atmosphere to craft a narrative for yourself because by crafting narratives also becomes embiid's opportunity if you are wrapping yourself in a narrative of yourself as insightful as popular as connected as whatever the thing about it is you out the create your own narrative or give your give that power to someone else and it created story this not necessarily story of you accidentally and so Neck speak to the importance of knowing your value value. Because if you don't know your value in communicated someone else my they may or may not get it right grew creek creek. And so that's why it's important to understand one of the most important things in terms of branding release boundaries. It's it's understanding your value system and what you stand for and what should won't stand for and ah you know again because we follow each other I follow you. I think you do an excellent job of talking about what you stand for and which you will not stand name for and It it it needs to be very clear so people know how to engage appropriately right and a engagement is something in which And then also the right person. Engaged the thing about being a brand that People actually the what you're doing they need you and being a brand is not about you but it's how to help others. Yes and that's the thing that I try to tell people that it's a selfish activities actually Less activity because which you're doing is as you're making yourself available to those people who need your notes access access to you. I'm not saying you have to give them your cell phone number so I'm not even saying that you'd have to give them your email address rack. That's why we have social networks that they have a question they engage with. You engaged back. That's what that's even what creating friends is. It's not it's not the definition of As we know it because that's only about five. What less people English Circle Having Friends of mine here is? You'd like to engage with me. I like incumbent engage with you. Let's be friends right. And how can I support you. You bring up a very good point you know people get excited about the vanity likes and measures that Oh that content content went out there. It only got three likes the business happens in the DMC agree and actually got a lot more engaged and when I started telling default. Dm Me let me tell you something. People people want to but they feel like I'm being being intrusive or it's taboo but if you give them permission why I'm cure. What Post you see the? It's hey and topped unreal talk. To matter of fact you want to schedule The author knew if you want to schedule a time me go ahead. I can't home. who like clock because it's about own on accessible permission to a bjork voyeuristic so and even so if you want salts without anybody knowing your business usually and you know what you run into that linked in that's that's one of the hesitancy in you probably found this too because people are present Arlington? And they're very aware that their colleagues maybe freeman their bosses or even their supervisors are there. So they're very aware of what they share. What they live with it but if you are able aw to have access to somebody in their? DM's you can have a conversation. That's GONNA be accessible to those people that you feel are judging correct. Correct an S. S. Y. direct message appropriately businesses done. Em You know It done appropriately ineffectively. And let me say I say this. Not Not era get lead not not radicals Asli. I've I built my business offer too late to indirect message like literally you know. It's as people engage. The key here is though. If you're going to make this upper accessible you have to respond and you have to be able to keep up with it and so we're businesses fail. Is that when you invite I people but they show up and then there's no follow. That's that's where I see a lot of people that into gain pain when they failed actually more haunting because follow to sucks right so we have to have to follow and treat this this his somebody asked me and this is this is where I realized that I won't let me email any like people will send me. Emails does a lot slower because I've become in my happiness social first and Best S. because that's where the predominance of my activity in my engagement in my pisses and about multiple platforms Lake Dennis. Great you but you also eight I g I alone and let me tell you some of these subsequent black whoops be buzz. They allied at take. Tell you different stories instagram. I love the stories feature more than anything else. It gives you like reality. TV It is is the equivalent of reality. TV and you can create your own reality TV show each and every day back and it went show ends in a disappears. Another show up and you'll find really good point point about that in detail in what the stories about you have to be intentional about it. Sometimes people get an IT stories and ages have a random thing showing up. Don't understand why people exit but you gotTa keep them on the hook. I did something just yesterday day when I posted the trademark registration that I had gotten in the mail story behind the trademark and it was a story my friend. They passed away so so after. I posted the great picture of me. You know with with the drug war advocate. I actually posted a picture of him and said go to my. It stories and I literally unfolded that whole story of Canada. And my my podcast and people are just like we boohooing and my. DM's right because the thing about these home is all up story. People love stories and stories stories. Connect to humanity within people. That's why people say I wouldn't listen to you. Know X number of minutes of content. I said well yes. You will matter of fact you'll listen you'll you'll institue behind the three hours with movie adventures in Game Okay. But what they've done here. Is they established. Abolition affinity they introduce you to them and then now they just now at the whatever they put out they have audience to treat your. You have to to treat your social media like you haven't thank you have safer networks. Do Networks field audience around specific shows.

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"This leads me to our culture soup moment. How about we have when you're ready okay? So my calls received moment. It really surrounds the idea of personal branding. which seems like it's pretty new because we talked about this phone access says voyeuristic society where this individual Mog on and see things and scroll through the air newspeak but it also is something something that's been around for a long time? We haven't seen it manifests in our faces in this digital world. The way it does today so you capitalize it's and actually help people to leverage their personal brand. What are you seeing when it comes to trends that is working mark so online terms train? That's working it's very engaging authentic concept that is done in a very block ish style way and then not right yellow and let me tell you what being used to be aware you were individuals. INC's felt they needed to have very pristine video video. That is lit very well. Color corrected has the Music in the background. Hello my name is right. This is this specific company. And this is what I said Eh. What I'm seeing nowadays? That never won by the time. Give your name. People have scrolled. Oh so no. Introduction action is needed. Start talking to other thing is as you're talking you have to talk like You are engaged excitement in. You had to get as much as you can end it within those first few seconds because you're trying to get the people to stop the behavior scrolling following it. You don't have a certain low energy about it. Then people would just move on people equal light authenticity. They might feel like you're talking to them not the manufactured you is almost like for my foes It's it's very is the real you and then there's the representative right now a days. Nobody wants to to see the representative now. Actually they ain't got time representatives. Let's see real you right. And so that's what what people WANNA see. Nowadays they want get an understanding of what is the what am I. I'll have time for names. Just give it to me straight. And they like the content in their video and now they're used to consuming it in that way where the pre deals don't the likes shares in the engagement. I all right very much. So authentic videos do okay. So let's talk about imagery and how compelling imagery can and stop the scroll is what you do so tell us more about the brand preneurs and what you're doing with these individuals to tell a very authentic story Laurie with images so there's two things when it comes so brand is what he want to be known for in how you WanNa make people feel that out of everything is not. My definition is the definition of brand. If you look at any brand in this world they are known. I'm for a single thing. And they make you feel a certain way That's the first thing that I get my hyper achievers. To and that's Hawk is very hard because they have to narrow with what what I call it. I call it being Pacific Pacific Atlantic. You gotta you gotTa be Pacific Right. It's not You can't be too vague. You have to be very specific in terms of who you're trying to understand how they want to see things and so it you go beyond. Imagery is important imagery support because imagery is important because It is very strategic people like attractive. Thanks and what I learned. Here is the only reason why imagery is part of what I do. In the reason why you specifically the weather should. I'm not the natural light person. I'm not even Put Our secret anybody. I learned audience though watching Youtube. allegedy cats right but took the time learning perfected in perfect it a certain way leveraging. Light the thing about people of Color on here if you're light skin or if you blinky black black black y'all need might give right it and it helps highlight and helps to accentuate us. That's the first thing the next thing. We need to feel comfortable when I noticed that many people try to Stick a camera in front of face is that they're either a bit corny. They have no personality or they're not real. Yeah I'm I'm not any of those things that I'm not afraid of the CEO. Free of the anybody the way in which you can receive. It's very it's very respectful but it's very okay. What's the way Oy survey because at the end of the day before you see you but only better asked what else in? That's all I strive for. And the other thing that I learned shows was that far too often people in my industry you know we got we got we got words and we got workbooks MHM people more than were in a workbook they actually more actual strategies and solutions that are tailored customs dinner. 'cause everybody's different and they want they want something tangible that even beyond the time that we spent together. I have something that memorialize the occasion. That's called perceived value Allard about preceding value at the essence music festival with one simple brain McDonalds McDonalds hand. These they couldn't have been the show more than two cents a piece to create these bags than had African American women on them with specific artwork. These black women will wait for the doors of essence to open yes in flip flops tissues or whatever they have matter run run and fight over these toussaint bay because the perceived value was Muslim representation of me in. No one else is doing it. I right it just blows my mind because that floor that convention or Conference Center floor is massive and you'll see lines and lines lines and lines of my sisters waiting for some Chaki. Okay okay the drop in a beat you got great music going on but they will stay in there longer than you would at Disney with you know not fast past it came from business. Let me take you WANNA ask fans I gene. It's it's it's about what's valuable answer who you're dealing with a a audience of us. We see. Aw Town them is unique experience. I'm so glad you brought that up. That's the whole thing about what teach people in terms of their brain. You gotta treat yourself as an experience. There's the in person experiences experience on the online experience and the to have to be semi. They had similar if if I see something online that I'm attracted to but but I'm meet with you and falls flat. It doesn't work and you actually tell me all the wig all the best compliment ever get shows that the first of all look like you look online and you liked that online. I'm mess all the way around. I I you know I'll give you four warning right. This is why like I've missed this brilliant Holler at Sup- brother if you need somebody that's buttoned up and a lot of what you do all that that's not me and everyone you're off line experiences. I think literally build the case and the story for what you want to shear cheer online so that your online experience is a part of that straight line and I got to tell you that I met you I online but the the second I met you offline in. We're in Atlanta at the lead. Three safety combine death right. I was sitting in the lounge. My introverted self had come up to the surface and I was just dining by myself and you eased up beside me and the park and you look like you really enjoy it so disturbing your ethnic. No you're so good to meet you. But yes my off Kwan. Experience Aligned with my online experience and it was a pleasure to meet you nick in the Flesh.

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"Those. Are Those people that show up on. Instagram have tons of followers. Ars In tons of engagement. And they're the ones that get brain deals well I circulate in another realm. In fact someone called me the B. Two B. Creator and I'd never really considered that before. But you know he was right. Some of US are B- to be influencers. My next guest is just there. He is what you'd call linked in famous. Let's just as I met Natasha. Bowman in my Lincoln feed I met Nick Nelson. The brand preneurs not not even connected to him yet to people removed in my second layer network. His face continue to pop up in my feed with his videos where he's branding people in their personal brand managers general managers Eh corporations people who are trying to stand out and be found on social media. He calls a brand day. Well Nick just kept showing up my feet over and over and over again. I didn't reach out to connect just yet but I did like his. This content fast forward to two thousand eighteen. Remember the story of Dr Eric. Winston Winston Walton of lead three sixty. Yeah a lot of roads and with him remember how he. We asked me to join the Faculty of lead three sixty well as it turns out Nick Nelson is also faculty at we three sixty. He's the brand procure. He's all about personal brands and he is another one of my frat brothers from Alpha Phi Alpha Eta. My doctor Walton without further ADO. I want you to meet my friend. The Brain Nelson. Hey my brother was. Hey everybody I'm so excited to have Nick Nelson with me. He is the franc per noor. I gotTa Tell Tell You the first time I saw him. I'm scrolling through Lincoln and we weren't even connected but this man's content is so strong and his followership is so active that it's been my fee and it was taking pictures of people but it wasn't as pictures. He was actually crafting their brand nick. How're he doing good? Thank you so much for coming on the Culture Safak brand pn Oor me tell everybody oh you. did I tell everybody that you need to have a brand new purpose statement supper statement is I hope. Remarkable people OH products in organizations get noticed very simple because get noticed is important because nowadays What I've learned served that everybody is eighty deal steroids? And that's because a foams have made us that way in our habits that made us that way. Also just don't have time to be very intentional. In terms of which presenting out in the atmosphere it has to be different and it has to be presented in such a way that allows you then stops by taking the habit of scrolls rose rose will have to. They have something that will get somebody to do this. One simple thing data index finger at the center of the phone for staples was aw right. So what I noticed that there is a collective of people that are late millennials and above and beyond that were taught a few different things we saw. That is all about a you. Show up in person is how it's which which you say Richie Communicate networking events Who you're connected to enroll life so all of those things very important but in the society that we live in nowadays where most people are active online all throughout the day? And you're looking at. I has feature bolt screens. How much time you've been on your phone on the average the average hers at least police five or six hours? You know Right or work and so there's a lot of activity that happens in terms of people being being on some are made aware of things but many of us especially in people of Color We just haven't acclimated over to that zone comfortable whether it's I don't though second I don't know what to say Understand the value of social back or private wind on what I've tried to do and when I do. My company is to dispel some of those behaviors myths and change a new behavior the aid. You're as crazy as it is. It's fun I is fine. I because nowadays Tom People want to be voyeuristic. They want to look inside of your life and social media platforms are free because beyond their reward. That behavior they won't they won't sue things they want your data and then what you're content. That's the whole reason. Why Social Medias is free right now however if you let rich social media to your advantage you can actually be known for thing or we know for one thing you can? If you're consistent you're hyperfocused community you can be engaged for so you can be known for another thing very quickly right. That's my story elaborate..

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"nick nelson" Discussed on Business Scale Insights

Business Scale Insights

11:39 min | 2 years ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on Business Scale Insights

"I am your host kimberly. Marie bonner and i am so excited to be closing out our series on branding with none other than michelle shell talbert <hes> and nick nelson who we're going to talk about either. Leave all things related to personal. Branding and development and michelle is going to have event <hes> later on in august and nick nelson is actually going to be there and i think it was so appropriate that that they be on the broadcast kind of in the series and just to let people know who have not been paying attention to the series <hes> branding for a small business quite frankly is your bread and butter as someone who specializes in scaling businesses is one of the number one ways to increase your r. y. I differentiate yourself in the marketplace when it comes to mergers and acquisitions. This is the number one thing one of the number one things that comes into play if even when you're going out of business we're talking about i._p. Brand trademark trade secrets all that good stuff so branding is a big deal if you want to scale and if you're a small business looking in that direction that's one of the number one reasons why i devoted this series to branding so for some of you who are listening. Michelle talbert is not unfamiliar. You've heard her name before because she's been on the program before so michelle tauber. Say hello to everybody. I know they're kind of familiar with you but say hello again. I can't really empire bill. I is wonderful to be back. Thank you but nick you or a new name and your new face as it were. You are the c._e._o. Of brand per noor thank you so much for coming on the show. Oh and not as many folks are familiar with you. So please share your story with the audience mic nelson see your one sound or brampton north <hes> grandpa noor we help people products and organizations known as <hes> complain about you know roughly almost two decades of experience within marketing and advertising owning a marketing and advertising firm for proximity that long the most so dealing with an entertainment the marketing space so during that time frame <hes> under my leadership are managed <hes> motion pictures and television shows <hes> or <hes> major brands and interesting. I had actually over twenty some odd. <hes> films reached number one box office status concerned with putting together marketing campaigns that is amazing. It's twenty seventeen. You now decided that i wanted to to make it because i wanted to just have impact you know <hes> terms of <hes> closer to audiences and consumption of entertainment et cetera. That's not really solving a problem we do that. We're going to do that because we over index and that's what i want to do to make myself available for actual people people because what i'm seeing is that you have a lot of people that are great at what they do but they are stuck at for whatever reason in terms of either on moving to a next level achievement specific goal <hes> and this also business wise nowadays we're taught that we need to have multiple streams of income at least three and even from a corporate all the way through to entrepreneurs <hes> the thing that i saw that people are wanting to do something <hes> more to do something think different and <hes> there really was nobody that was filling that void now also have a gift for photography videography and all things branding and so <hes> over the course of twelve to eighteen months begin to figure out what praying for noor was and <hes> it started office really just you know image development here yeah but over the course of that time frame of the end of what i call my cars in terms of just really <hes> helping people in areas one one is strategy. I am do market strategy for years but these people how to get noticed online strategically <hes> by kabila something that's personal and very much unique to them in terms of helping build their story inconvenient in such a way that makes a sensitive attracted to its targeted audience. The whole thing was basically marketing stuff whose audience what do they want to know. What are you provide. What's the return vestment that type of stuff excellent images inches on the thing that in some of the habits amongst people that are online you scroll you scroll and you stop when something catches your attention in what i do catch people's attention as i create what i call school stopping him just like this pop from screen eleven look amazing racing and you're not naked. You're not naked. You're making nobody claps for any of mine video nor any of my images so yes this is this is all professional people still pop in the spring. I also <hes> and so <hes> so creating those images people feel <hes> their very best and we look very best <hes> and then also through coaching coaching in terms of okay. I'll coaching and support long-term. Okay now i have. I'm dealing with a variety of people who are not very somebody was social or have the using in a way which is personal personal but not professional so we're going beyond the self easy on the showing your particular party <hes> or your or your family and kids. We're talking about leveraging social media in a method that allows you to be able to <hes> give people to know you for certain things and that's strange for folks a specially those in corporate and entrepreneurs just like okay. I don't know how to do that for granted. That's what it's all about because if you're not doing it what you will find yourself one days as waking up and realizing that your new your word of mouth clients on the number there <hes> but you are <hes> lagging thing and quite frankly retarded so dinosaur and so i have really helped remarkable people get beyond those issues and help them blue acclimated to this new environment which is social but then also didn't notice well. I am so excited that you shared more of your story your background in a marketing particular because i'm gonna kinda. Go off the range a little bit and and and share with you you something that i've talked with other business developers and business consultants about that we're seeing the marketing space <hes> and believe it or not particularly in the social media marketing space and it seems as though a lot of agencies and a lot of gurus out there they have no idea what brand strategy it is nick like they have no idea what brand messaging is and i'm a lawyer by training and so is michelle and <hes> i'm sure michelle's probably seen some of this too but it's it's amazing when you feel as though you get branding and you don't have the marketing and ad <hes> guru background but you understand the basics of a consistent message write a story that needs to be told but then yet you've got a lot of people out there air in the marketing space who they're just putting content out there but there's no there's no what are you going. What are you trying to get people known for <hes>. It's one thing to just get bodies in the building or seats in the restaurant. We understand that but couldn't goodness gracious. We got we we we have to do something thing related to the brand. Have you experienced that or is it just me and all of my friends know it because the thing that were taught as bad <hes> <hes> as a business owner is that you know somebody who's fresh to this. Is that your brand is your logo. Your branch of the france your website <hes> it's none of those things it really isn't <hes> it. It's doing and leveraging the same thing that tried and true for ration- that have have been around for years have learned <hes> one of the examples. I give this particular <hes> they're known for specific. I think they're known for chicken. Eat more chicken ranks right but they're also they also make their clients feel certainly outstanding customer service outstanding customer service and they make you feel good. I've asked that question for you know for young and old. It's always the same chick-fil-a makes me feel truly feel it because of the customer service you know because of the month leisure because of the cleaning because of the inclusion and diversity that they have that you're going to restaurants and you see somebody that might be you know differently able. They're they're working with you in there. You know assisting you and saying hey i mean it's just a value system that they have and for some. It's very controversial others. It's very welcoming but whatever ever good bad or indifferent how you feel about them. They still makes you feel something. What i far to find out with. Many people is that you're so busy trying to push your agenda agenda for sure whatever it is you're hawking or summit that you're not taking the time to be known for a single thing not multiple things but one thing make people feel a civil war and that and the key is connecting to and this is how we started the the series was suzanne term bill. She talked about how how your brand is really more so connected to what your customers how they perceive you and so <hes> getting clear on that that is really really really important to your point. The best brands have crystallized that right and they've got that down to a science and they know that one the thing that they do that they execute on that makes their customers feel fabulous so anyway i we only have a few minutes left and then we have to go so <hes> into the break michelle. Do you want to add anything to what we just spoke about. Yeah i think what i would ask for that. Is that in terms of branding branding just like you said and crystallizing your message. It's really plays into the marketing because you're not clear about how you want want people to feel when they interact with you or your brand you. You don't know the language to use. You don't know who you're speaking to is it permeates every area area but marketing not to have your ending and it's right and you're absolutely right michelle. You're absolutely right well. When we come back from the break doc <hes> we're gonna take more of a deep dive into the whole brand discussion its relationship with marketing and social media and the we're all talk about at this great event michelle that you are hosting this on networking event. That's coming up and broward. County in nick will be featured so <hes> stay stay tuned and we'll be right back. We.

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"The I have to be an entrepreneur but i want to work for organization. I'm not looking for the next job. Will branding is more than about about looking for the next job again if you if you recall whether you want to be normal for it. How do you wanna make people feel and so anybody that tells me what you gotta brand. I challenged them. I said well let's pull up google and put in your name and the city that the exact look if something comes up we say okay what comes up and would he rank. If nothing comes up that says something also that says that you are a ghost in just don't know you this in search for you is externally exactly because again people are nosy. People people are nosy. They are judgmental in their win. I don't get arm because that's true right and so it is all about perceived value. We learn what that is now. Were you putting out there in the atmosphere to crap narrative for yourself because by crafting a narrative also becomes in begins opportunity if you are crapping yourself in a narrative of yourself as ask insightful as popular as connected as wherever a thing about it is you create your own area or get your give that power to someone else and they create a story. That's not necessarily the story oh you absolutely and so i speak to the importance of knowing your value because if you don't know your value and communicate it someone else might they may or may not get it right correct and so that's why it's important to understand. One of the most important things in terms of branding really is boundaries stories. It's understanding your value system and what you stand for in which should won't stanford and you know again you know because we follow <hes> follow you. I think you do an excellent job talking about what you stand for in which you will not stand for and it needs to be very clear so people know how to engage appropriately right and engagement is something in which and then also the right person engages. The thing about being a brand is that in <hes> people actually what you're doing. They need you and being a brand is not about you. You haven't been help others and that's the thing that i try to tell people of the is a selfish activities actually self less activity because what you're doing is you're making yourself available to those people who need to launch access is access to you right. I'm not saying you have have to give them your cell phone number. I'm not even saying that. You'd have to give them your email address rack. That's why we have social networks better. They have a question questioning engage with you engage back. That's what that's even. What creating friends is online. It's not it's not the definition of <unk> as we know because that's only about five or less people english circle but having friends of mine here. Is you like in comedy engage with me. I like incumbent and engaged with you. Let's be right and how can i support you. You bring up a very good point. You know people get excited about the vanity eddie likes and measures that oh that content went out. There in only got three likes but the business happens in the dams. Don't you agree and actually got a lot lot more engaged than when i started telling people dan me let me tell you something. People people want to but uh they feel like i'm being intrusive or it's taboo but if you give them permission. That's why i'm q- what post you see with me. It's hey topped unreal. Talk to matter of fact you want to schedule that i started. If you want to schedule a time with me. Go ahead on like clock because it's about on on excessive and uh-huh permission to be voyeuristic so and even so if you want to me without anybody knowing your business you schilling can and we know what you run into that linked in. That's one of the hesitancy in you probably found this too because people are present on lincoln and they're very aware aware that their colleagues maybe even their bosses or even their supervisors are there so they are very aware of what they share what they like. Okay what the but if you are able to have access to somebody in their d._m.'s you can have a conversation. That's going to be accessible to those people that the judging correct correct and that's and that's why direct message appropriately businesses done. You know it done appropriately ineffectively. <hes> let me say i. I say this not not arrogantly not not braggadocious sleep. I built my business offer to layton. Direct message like literally you know it's as people engage the key here is though if you make yourself accessible you have to respond and you have to keep up with it and so we're businesses fail is that we invite people but they show up and then there's no follow. That's that's where i see a lot of people that into the game winning field nationally in more rounded because their follow up to sucks right so have to you have to follow hello and treat this this is somebody asked me and this is this is where i realized that i don't leverage email anymore like people will send me emails and i'm just a lot slower because i've become in my happiness social i and that's because that's where the dominance of my activity in my engagement in businesses and it's about multiple all platforms leaked in his great but you also eight i g i do and sweater. Let me sum up. The subsequent won't speak. Does they allow you to take a few different stories though would instagram. I love the stories feature more than anything else because it gives you this. It's like reality. T._v. is the equivalent of reality t._v. and you can create your on t._v. Show each and every day and it one show in it disappears another shows up and you'll you'll find a really good point about that is in detail what the stories about you have to be intentional the bat sometimes people people get an i._t. Stories and just have a random thing showing up on and don't understand why people exit that you kinda gotta keep them on the hook. I did something just yesterday. When i posted the trademark registration that i had gotten in the mail story behind the trademark and it was a story story my friend that passed away so after i posted the great picture of me you know with with the ticket and i actually posted a picture of him and said go to my stories and i literally unfolded that whole story of canada and my podcast and people were just feick boohooing right because you the thing about these is all story people love stories and stories stories connect to humanity with m._v._p. That's why where where people say. I wouldn't listen to you know x number of minutes of content. I said well yes. You will matter of fact you'll listen. You'll you'll still behind out for three hours worth of lovie. That's called the adventures in game right but what they've done here is. They established an affinity right. They introduced you to them and then now they just now if they whatever they put out they have an audience. Treat your treat your social media like you have an audience that works to networks build audience around acidic shows it can be it networks showed the same thing every day then they would lead out a whole truckload of people that's why they have to have different and different audience members different programming because by doing that they attract different people in different people's attention at different times so you're content and you same time same same where trainers like okay. You know what today we do lakes tomorrow. We do ask mock all right to kind of switch your body up so all ran guessing. That's how you wrote a you know. This is what i encourage my clients and dan you know the brands that i work with to to really understand the value proposition because value proposition is going to drive the kinds of content that you share. It's gonna be very but it's going to be tied to your stupid thing. You're saying proposition yeah that that's a big old the war let me let me tell you what you do. Is what problem are you editor. They look problem who lease the most rob and i saw you realize what problem you saw and you saw four nisan thing.

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"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"You know i know you've heard the term instagram famous for those of you that don't know those those people that show up on instagram. I'm have tons of followers in tons of engagement and the ones that get brain deals well. I circulated in another realm effect. Someone called me a b. Two b. creator and i'd never really considered that before but you know he was right. Some of us are b. Two b. influencers my next guest is just there. He is what you'd recall linked in famous. Just as i met natasha bowman in my lincoln feed i met nick nelson the brand manure not even connected to him yet to people removed in my secondly network his face continue can you to pop up in my feed with his videos where he's branding people in their personal grants managers managers general managers at corporations people who are trying to stand out and be found on social media he calls a brand mandalay. Well nick just kept showing in my feet over and over and over again. I didn't reach out to connect just yet yet but i did like his content. Fast forward to two thousand eighteen. Remember the story story of dr eric winston walton of lead three sixty yeah a lot of roads and with him remember how he asked me to join the faculty of lead three sixty well as it turns out. Nick nelson is also so faculty and lee three sixty. He's the bran preneurs he's all about personal brands and that.

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"nick nelson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"nick nelson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Health officials are reporting that more than seven hundred people have been affected by Maizels. This year marks twenty five year high of the infectious disease, twenty two state sound cool to cases mostly affecting unvaccinated children. There have been no deaths reported as a result of the outbreak video which appears to show the leader of Islamic state has been released by the group is the first time he's been seen in five years. Bouba albuque- daddy talks about the full of ISIS loss stronghold in Syria. The video was released. A week onto this relocate terror attacks and the apparent pledges of allegiance to al-baghdadi made by the bomas. And finally, no, we experts think a found wearing a harness might have been spying for the Russian military. The beluga was discovered this week with a strap that can carry a camera which has since been removed is not thought Russia has a history of using Wales for military purposes, but the Soviet Union did use train dolphins. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at take took on Twitter pound blameable than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. And yet guarant- this is Bloomberg Matz. Leeann thanks very much for that. Leeann guarantee with your global news and military wail headlines. Let's get over now to Nick Nelson after we had a new record on the S and P five hundred yet again yesterday before it slumped to disappointing earnings slumped on disappointing earnings from alphabet. But after a great start to the year sock. Jen is now saying. Investors need to focus on specific themes and sectors for more. We're joined by Nick Nelson, head of European equity strategy at UBS, Nick, what do you think of the new record? Will we continue to hit new highs on the S and P she'll coming to think it's been a good start to the year. But we should put this in the context off too awful key full so much of the first quarter was a the second leg of the recovery. From a big full. We had in the full of cultural concerns, I've growth and interest rate outlook, and since then a few things have changed. So I would argue the growth outlook stabilized sight, particularly in China. We've had the PM is ton. I mean, they're a little bit. We still about fifty at the money supply data come through upgraded all-chinese GDP numbers this this year. So that stabilized I think even in Europe, which is of course, of being maybe the area, which has been week we've seen some I should. In the slow down. You put all that together. And that gives a reasonably improved macro backdrop, and of course, the key difference from say six months ago. Is the fed of posed them. Right. So that's an environment which can allow critise to move. However that has been a sharp move in one direction with volatility. So I did have some sympathy for students. Below the level of the index for some of the lack odds that might be more. Interesting gives better at times in the next three quarters of the will. Where do you think we should look then for more gains? I mean, if we're not going to bet broadly on continued new records, what are the best places to put your money? Look, I think when you look at Malkin's globally Europe's clearly lagged behind the US what we know that if you look at the lost decade since the financial crisis. It's been a persistent underperformer some opportunities that in particular when you look at continental European could Germany that's actually being pretty much. The worst performing major market in Europe since the beginning of last year. January two thousand eighteen so there's some catch to be done that. And if you think about lost. Yeah. Pretty much everything that could have gone wrong. Jimmy did. So it was over six spice. The trade wars is exposed to the slowdown in China's explains decide oh ties to the wwl emissions. No lies issues. I think conspired to give very poor performance for the Dax. So this to us now trading almost ten year relative to Europe looks like a lag cyclical economy cyclical markets that could catch up if global growth maintains this relatively decent performance. So I guess industrials carmakers would be beneficiary. Then as well. On your in European exactly nothing. You look at the slide anymore price. Cyclical parts of the market the economically sensitive Stockman. Yes, they have now marginally outperformed today to in Europe sickles done a bit better than defensive. But if you look at the move up I mean, European equities are up about sixteen percent. It's a date you'd have expected six to lead foam or aggressively in terms of the leadership by sectors. And I think there's a little bit of catch-up that could come through from that from the cheap parts the cyclicals which would be I mean, maybe not so much industrials froze, maybe more autos construction and. Is that the brave I guess the banks are the ones that are really liked. Well, yeah. Banks have obviously taken it on the chin. Do you think it's just the pricing? That is the problem there. They just oversold. Now. Look, I think the the the issue there is clearly being this very dovish. So we've had the expectations for interest rate hikes pushed out even further. That selflessly being a situation which has negative banks and the compression on on the net interest margins. So if we were to see some stabilization in the European data, the GDP data or the PM is then I think people might start to entertain the full. It's that the rising writes in the next twelve months. And that of course, would would take some pressure off the interest rate outlook of the banks in Europe. And I think that would be very supportive the other factor at play of courses. I'm an I. And the semi some signs of writing in that space to and by the way, the banks I'm looking at over the last year on the stock six hundred the banks are the worst performing group down sixteen percent underperforming. The autos which are down fifteen percent. The big gainers our food and beverage health care and tech so defensive defensive and tech. What do you think about that? Is that set to change especially the technology winners? Yeah. Look, I think that the excuse me, I think that the defensives leading in twelve month period when growth is being reasonable equity markets. Now moving is a peculiarity a suspect one of the reasons for this as being low bone jobs. So we've had bond yields people basically going for the cash converters, the compound is if you like the food produces a beverage Stokes, and I would argue from hair there's not so much of a need for that defensiveness as we get some comforts that PM is a bottoming out says we get some comfort that you know, Europe isn't falling back into recession. Then maybe we can go to some more economic spies Dara's as we mentioned such as and banks and we actually own healthcare. We just we were void last year. Very well in the fourth quarter is one of the best performing sectors, we down to neutral about a month or so ago because we saw this this change in the macro environment, which we thought would favor the less defensive sectors and finding tech clearly when you look at Europe. It's it's difficult to focus too much on because it's such a small sector competitor to to the US where I've a quarter of the index but nonetheless. Even here. We would argue that the leadership may start to fade, and you may move back into less structural growth areas and more cyclical Ariza and one loss point to make come if you look at the valuation of growth stocks in Europe compared to value stocks. So the premium you have to pay for the gross stocks is high now that it was the tech bubble peak, which is which is a pretty incredible full. So that again points to us to cyclical body that's been left behind. What do you think about UK stocks? Just Finally I mean, they're up ten percent year to date, but everybody else is up a lot more. They've lagged exactly. And we've been more cautious on the last couple of years says consensus to be fat post the Brexit vote in June twenty six and has been a big onto Performa, particularly if you look at it in Tom's I've allows them to know half years pretty much being the worst performing major market. I think now that that must've underperforms is now maybe behind us. Brexit is dragging on and on and on his as we will neither the next night is ended about Taiba. But I think we've maybe started to price out some of the no deal Brexit price risk down. I would say I'm which allows people to get back into some UK selectively their observations taste and companies that are less exposed international companies, even some domestic companies in the UK, quite interesting. I would say the k-. May start to catch up a little bit. It's not a favorite area. But still can all right, Nick. Thanks so much for joining us. Really? Appreciate your time this morning, Nick Nelson. Their head of European equity strategy at UBS, you wanna catch more from Nick he's about to go on television with Manus cranny and narrow chayhitch you can check him out there by typing TV go on your Bloomberg.

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