35 Burst results for "One Basket"
"one basket" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"I literally can't believe it like this is incredible that you are. You're staying in shape or you're getting stronger. You're making sure that you're taking care of your health while you're doing this like i'm so proud and whether you think so or not you guys eventually you will find pleasure in taking care of yourself because you'll be so damn proud that you're doing both things building your and taking care of yourself so i'm like okay. I'm gonna find pleasure in my stretch right before and in my stretch after. I'm not gonna waste my life dreading everything just because i have to work out you know in the future or whatever that looks like i'm going to try to find pleasure in in the moment i'm going to try to stop dreading and living in the future and i'm gonna be here now because a lot of times when you live in the future you having anxiety you can't robs you of the pleasure in the moment. If you live in the past you have depression and a robs you of the pleasure in the moment so a lot of times finding pleasure means getting in the moment and being in the moment so.
"one basket" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"Maybe we have no pleasure in our day to day life. Maybe we're eating food. That doesn't bring us pleasure. Maybe we're on healthy eating plans and we're like we're not taking the time to make our food taste. Good maybe we are. You know so busy that we're numbing out on things that we think are enjoyable like instagram. But actually aren't bringing us long-term pleasure what ends up happening when we don't instill or inject or make sure that we have some pleasure in our life is that we are going to be putting all of that pleasure into one thing or one unhealthy thing or it's going to be so few and far between that we take the things that are pleasureful like having a cocktail or eating or going out and we are going to run them through the wall. We're gonna run it into the ground. We're going to do those things till it so unhealthy we're gonna binge drink we're going to binge eat. We're going to stay out late. We're gonna maybe do things that are questionable because it feels good to get attention finally because there's no pleasure in our lives anywhere that it's actually an extremely negative thing in our lives. That will show up later. If we don't start time to put pleasure in our everyday life now this doesn't mean that you can just take your life right now if you don't love your job and you know you don't love the things necessarily ended what you're doing then just be like. Yeah i'm going inject these things that i think are pleasureful now like lori. What do you want me to do. You want me to go to the all the time every week. Because i show love that and i can't afford it or what. I love disneyland. Shy be going to disneyland every week. That's not what i'm saying. I am to an extent saying that. Of course you should be doing those things..
"one basket" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"Don't put all of your pleasure in one basket spread. The love spread it around. Make sure you're enjoying many things so that you don't end up having that one thing also turn into a negative. Welcome to the earn your happy. Podcast i'm laurie harder. Founder of light pink bestselling author three-time fitness world champion. And i'm.
A Program Vs. A Project - Brandon Kaplan CEO of Skilled Creative Discusses the Rise of Voice in Media and Commerce - Voicebot Podcast Ep 216 - burst 06
"Yeah i think a lot. Lot more of the conversations in the marketing teams have more flexibility than moving more quickly But we show like a spectrum to our clients who say hey you know you wanna you wanna make big expensive. Heavy alexis kill We can do that but while we're doing that. Do you have a podcast that you want to drive traffic to voice device will let's literally just do a media plan that is you know Social media posts the say amazon lady play the blank podcast and that took one day's worth of effort so for every one of our clients. We've got a product roadmap. That's that's plotted in a very important Factor that's on every single execution which is a level of lift versus potential return. And we're testing out with all workloads. So we're not putting all of our eggs in one basket. We're saying let's test all of it so maybe. Hbo max does want to really heavily promote amazon lady. Play blank on. Hbo max to fire tv device owners. And we're piloting that as much as we're piloting really heavy alexa skills or or other things. And and don't forget you know that there's a whole slew of other things that these companies care about which is really interesting physical activation. They care about customer service they want to have a conversation around vr and want to drive subscriptions. They have merchandise that they want to sell an amazon inventory So that's why say there's like two hundred layers deep and we're constantly just assessing and bringing to our clients what we think the best next thing for them to be testing against his And that's why we look at it as a program versus a project.
Using Lap Splits to Track Your Mile Split With Ultra-Marathoner Zach Bitter
"Out one of these runs saying. I think i'm ready to run about this or like how. How do you determine that with with such a long young race. The nice thing is at this point. I've got done enough of more. I kind of know well. This is what i've done in the past. If i wanna make this much of an improvement years the splits. I need to hit so then if my training indicates that i think that's a reasonable enough goal than what i'll end up doing is all kind of pick elapsed split so the nice thing about these mice and sometimes it can be a problem to his. They'll have like a big computer screen. Tv screen so every time you do a lap you can see your lap split was so what do you think of one hundred miles on. Four hundred meter track is four hundred and two and a half laps. So you could see every one of those of you wanted to. I would advise against that. But it is nice to spot checks so i'll go in thinking. Well if i want to average like this mile pace to hit this time goal that i need to be within. Like i'll give myself kind of like if everything goes perfect. This is the split. I'd have to hit on average if if things go good but not great and kinda like worst case scenario but still within the realm of what. I would consider a good day. This is the slowest. I can go and usual. Have like maybe a three to four second like buffer in there that I'm trying to hit each lap so as coming around in the early stages i'll check a little more frequently just to kind of calibrate things once you kind of get a feel for it that i can pretty much hit those splits on demand and then just spot check every once in a while to make sure i'm not drifting in and out one way or the other and that's kind of how i've always gone about it.
Capela, Hawks pull away late to take 135-103 win over Suns
"Clint capella scored eighteen points and the hawks pulled away in the fourth quarter of the one thirty five one of three pounding of the Suns Atlanta late just ninety seven eighty eight before scoring the first fourteen points in the final period the sons were out scored thirty eight fifteen in the fourth and didn't hit their first basket of the period until there was two thirty three remaining Trae young had sixteen points and twelve assists for the hawks you know Gallinari also had sixteen points per day and we definitely need to bring the intensity in the energy for forty minutes is the the best team played against the best team in the league and so it was it was a great test agree challenge Devin Booker dropped in thirty for Phoenix which began the day tied with the jazz for the Western Conference lead I'm Dave Ferrie
"one basket" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast
"So my job is to make sure that you know my name on that gogo chick and then what i do. I sell real estate and that's two things. I need them to know. I need them to know my name and i need them to know what i do for a living they are. So that's what they struggled with with the properties account whereas that's the that's the company. That's the office. That's everything and that's where it becomes difficult to kind of try and finally got a personality for i would say as far as the asian school. That's what i've always tried to push as well as become the person behind you know the orange so you have to show with a person as though because again people do business people so James are you name and brand. Who's the head of cassandra properties. So i'm the head of cassandra properties. The namesake was mom. Mom started in one thousand nine hundred nine there. You go so one of the things you should. One of your first videos should be. Hey let me tell you about hundred properties. i know. I don't look like asandra because cassandra's my mom. So let me tell you how it started and then you just go into it so then now you can have the relationship with people. They're like. Oh i didn't know you're used to use cassandra. Oh my gosh. she's your mom. Had no idea blah blah blah. So you that's a conversation starter. So that's your opening again to them to see who you are and see into your world and then all you need to do is this. Is your office. This is my office right here. I cared that rego. And i need to do with Video when you guys have your lunch ins or one of your age is just sort formula and hours this month or when you just had thirty agents you never had thirty agents before whatever that is let the people get to. Noble cassandra properties is. That's where the organic leads. Come in one they're like. Oh my gosh. Jessica just bought a house from you. She's our neighbor. I had no idea. I would love to work with you to how much they turn. How south for curious. And then you're gonna be like oh blah blah blah. We just closed down. It was for twenty nine. She's like seriously she doesn't even have a basement. How much would mind worth well. Let me run contrary quick and it just goes on and on it's like a never ending the other awesome part is now you could create your hashtag. So you would create cassandra properties agents hashtags. And then all of your agents would have their accounts. Created with the cassandra properties hashtag agents hashtag all of those agents belong to your brokerage and then every time they go on. They spread the world about what they're doing. Because this going to have to be individual you cannot run your social media for
Steph Curry Scores 53 Points to Pass Wilt Chamberlain
"Get to the rest of a busy sports day and it begins in the nba with the performance of the night. And that was turned in by steph curry stephan curry the nuggets and the warriors in san francisco and curry had himself night as he was approaching becoming the team's all time leading scorer two minutes left in the first quarter and that is staff is trademark downtown. Shot game tied at twenty nine putting him one basket away from passing wilt chamberlain on the all time warriors scoring list narrative on the very next possession. Get thirty points. In the first half passing jingling to become the warriors franchise all time leading score and he was just getting warmed up the handles. He's wanting back down court long before that one goes through the net. A minute and a half to go now. In the third quarter the ball movement from the warriors. The ball will eventually find curry and cory will once again. Find the bottom of the neck. Fifty three points for steph curry last night warriors won sixteen one zero
Bulldogs show some bite in 73-61 win over No. 8 Villanova
"I we get a men's basketball upsets continued with a parade Villanova seventy three sixty one lost at Butler Chuck Harris scored twenty points enjoy your Bolden added fifteen as the Bulldogs won their second straight to move to nine and thirteen but we're limited the Wildcats to one basket during a sixteen three run over the final minutes of the first half putting the Bulldogs ahead thirty one twenty Wildcats coach Jay Wright the credit goes to them under guard the great job defensively again team to get up in Austin or physical you know that that's that's bothered us and they were they were really in a very physical and it instructed us Jeremiah Robinson Earl finished with sixteen points and sixteen rebounds for Villanova Villanova is one of seven top fifteen teams to lose this weekend I'm Dave very
"Busted Bears YearEnder 2020" with Dave Wannstedt - EP039 - burst 3
"Do you think that the right direction for the bears would be to. Maybe put all their eggs in one basket and trade for the shawn watson or completely changed their mentality at the quarterback position. Well i kept them all. I would keep mitch. Because i when you look at mitch numbers and that's what i'm trying to figure out. What are you valuate. Mitch on if you look at his numbers this year. From the standpoint of touchdowns the interceptions and completion percentage and you know he. He played winning football. I mean you know it's gonna be aaron rodgers absolutely not but if they're gonna get you the playoffs and now you gotta get into the playoffs. Now you run the football you play defense and you got a chance to go to the super bowl. That's my personal opinion. Okay but now. Here's the issue you're going to you know if you're let's say gonna make the trade for veteran quarterback because and this has to play into it. I mean george mccaskey's smart enough to know that the clock is running on that defense. They have in my opinion another year or two. And then it's going to be. Mac is going to be over the hump. You're going to have quinn. You're going to have to obey then. All of a sudden that they're they're they're an old group and their contracts are up and now you re starting from scratch right there. So you know i i i guess what i'm making the point is that you know if they want to get the most of this defense. They need to do it right now. A s a p and so. I think that's probably should've played into this decision. But now if you are. Let's throw out a veteran quarterback. If you're matt ryan and atlanta or matthew stafford detroit Are you gonna say you gonna pick the bears over the patriots because right now. No i mean and right now. The same thing with assistant coaches. I mean whoever this defensive coordinator coming in if they bring somebody in there not to give them a three year contract because it right. Now it's it's throughout the league the handwriting's on the wall. They have to win this year. Everybody's fired that's that's a tough spot. I very very tough. Spot for ryan. Pay matt nagy to be into it because there's a lot of jobs open. We're guys are starting from scratch. And they're not on the last year of their deal so i think you've gotta look at the coaching end of it. And you gotta look a veteran player. That might have two years
Is it better to have more projects or a single focus?
"Hi chris my name is laura and over the past year. I've been exploring a few different ideas and have made some progress. But i keep going back and forth about the goals of focus versus diversification. Am i going to be better off. Trying several things at once or identifying a single project that i can go all in with. I know you've talked about this subject before. But i still don't know what's the best for me if it helps. I do have a good amount of time. I can devote to this and i really want to succeed. I would love any advice. You can give me thanks. Thank you so much laura. I really want you to succeed as well. And i know that this question actually relates to so many people out there. Because it's a variation of what i hear all the time. What is best for me. How do i figure it out again. How do i manage the limited time. Focus that i have which is the same for all of us right. We all have limited time and focus by the way. Thank you for spending your limited time and focus in listening to this podcast. I don't take it for granted. And i always tried to deliver something helpful to you. So let's dive into this. The goal or let's say value of diversification versus the goal or value focus. I like those words that laura used you know. Diversification is all about okay. Don't put all your eggs in one basket right. You've probably heard that phrase focus is all about the principle of steady work. Overtime is better than having your attention. Divided in lots of different ways. Said he worked. Perhaps on one narrow focus over time could be better than trying to do a whole lot of things so in general. I don't think that you should start half a dozen projects. I think that model. That i mentioned that the lawyer who's doing eight to ten is pretty difficult to replicate like. It might work for some people but not for most of us. I also think it's wise to dabble in experiment a bit. And there's a big difference between those two things like if you hear dabble experiments like what's the difference between trying to start a dozen projects. Well research is also important. And so you. You have to ask yourself like. Are you starting from ground zero. Where you really have no idea what you'd like to do or do you have a general direction because if you're starting from ground zero than than it might make more sense to explore a lot of different things and give yourself a time period of three to six months to just kind of learn right and not expect that this first thing you started the second thing or whatever it is is going to be thing either way. I think a good model for a lot of us is to go with two ideas that are substantially different from one another and you can think of them as like one is your main idea and the other is your secondary slash fun idea. That your first idea shouldn't be fine but it's more like a side hustle to your side hustle right and over time you kind of see okay. Which one of. I getting more response from is that secondary slash fun thing really just a hobby is the first one taking off while i wanted to devote more attention to it or is it the other way around where you realize that. Actually your second idea might be better than you can discard one. Perhaps start something new or go all in with the idea. That's working overall. One of the reasons i use storytelling when teaching is because not everything works for everyone. So in the archives the vast archives of cecil school now we have worked on many stories where the person really digs in and commits to one thing for a long time and that focus leads to their success. But i would say just as often or at least in addition we've had lots of stories of people who've tried a couple of things at once. It was combination or diversification that led to their success. So i hope this is helpful but really it is up to you in the end. So here's one final question that might help narrow down. Does the idea of trying three or four projects at once. Let's say feel exciting or does it feel overwhelming right and that might give the ultimate answer as to what to do next
Wall makes Houston debut, Rockets beat Kings 122-119
"John wall was productive in his first game since two thousand eighteen as the rockets down the kings one twenty two one nineteen wall provided twenty two points and nine assists while showing no signs of the ruptured Achilles that kept him out of the NBA for two years Mr bean star star rust off no matter how much our brands of land receives live you're going to get an order of gangs the market's cousins came off the bench and quickly drained a three pointer for his first basket since June thirteenth two thousand nineteen James harden delivered thirty three points eight assists and six rebounds in the first of a two game set with Sacramento Harrison Barnes led the kings with twenty four points while de Aaron fox and Rashaan Holmes each had twenty two I'm Dave Ferrie
Google restores services for majority of users after global outage
"Are in the spotlight this morning after multiple google services g mail youtube. Google drive. Stadia suffered a massive outage for reasons unknown. At this point. Google issued a statement saying service has already been restored for some users and we expect a resolution for all users in the near future. Please note this. Timeframe is an estimate and may change. Where do you want to start with. The is tanking there a couple of different directions. We can go but my reaction to this was different than sort of the normal. You know when we come out and we see as we've talked about in the past home depot has bend has announced that their that they were hacked and as many as forty million credit cards could have been exposed. Well i mean. We're i want to start with this. I i want to flip the script here. A little bit chris. Because i mean as we were talking Pre pre show here in our in our production discussion here earlier today. You you you seem to have a little bit of a take on this and you wouldn't really elaborate so if you remember the office. Well well well how the turntables have. Let's turn those tables and let me interview you friend. What was what is. What is your take on this. Because i really. I really wasn't interested here. That so i told you i had a weird reaction to this. My reaction was almost one of sympathy. It was not alarm. And i'm not an alphabet shareholder. It was not similar to the reaction. I had when in the past. We've talked about home depot or target or any of these major retailers announcing. Hey forty million credit cards had their data exposed and we. You just like boy. That's a little bit of rub my gut reaction when i first saw this news was almost like google. Was the coffee shop at the end of my block at that. I've been going to for twenty years. It's like a little local shop. And i know the guy who owned it and he had a break in my reaction was oh i hope they're okay all right. Which is. I don't know what that says about me. I think it may say something about me. But i think it also says something about the way that i can't be alone in this regard. I think it says something about the way that a lot of us think about google. It is an invaluable service for which we do not pay. We don't pay a dime to use google or youtube or google drive. You know all these all these schools across the country that use google docs to share information particularly as we're doing remote learning so my gut reaction was this weird mix of of sympathy. It wasn't alarm. And maybe it should be alarmed because this is. I would argue one of the five most important companies in america. Yeah i mean. I think i probably put it even. I think i'd probably put it in the top three. Even we could argue that till the cows come home. I guess but. I think that you're right in observation. It is such a valuable collection of services that they offer that we pay nothing for and of course we've been having this conversation all year regarding privacy and in really the product and they're kind of exploiting our data and yada yada yada so we as consumers we make that trade off right we choose to make that trade off and in google is not the only service we do. That i mean you've got social media Writ large said that trade off has made every day. But i do think. I think you're right if you look at something like twitter and facebook crashing. I mean i know that social media is central to a lot of folks lives. And and that's fine. I guess whatever but twitter and facebook crashing is not the same thing as google or amazon or microsoft crashing. Those google amazon and microsoft are far more important to what's going on not only really domestically here but globally. I would argue in. Google is it. It's just one of most valuable resources. We have as investors consumers as students. And so i think this This this to me. It's a good reminder of the risks of placing all of your eggs in one basket so to speak if you are a workplace or if you are a school and you're relying on on something like google in that all of a sudden that that rug is just yanked out from under. You doesn't matter how long it is. You feel it even if it's for five minutes. You're like whoa. What just happened here because it really does ding productivity. And it's difficult to say exactly. What happened here. I mean these things just happen it makes me think of the word redundancy you you see with a lot of these a lot of these tech companies today particularly the big ones in like amazon and microsoft alphabet where they talk about re redundancy where you have essentially a fail safe right so if something goes wrong they can fall back on something which which keeps keeps the world from from coming to an end so to speak. It makes me wonder and i'm not. I'm not a code. Or i mean this is just something i thought about but it makes me wonder that As these systems advance as the tech gets better it feels like to me that it would become oftentimes. They become more intricate. If developers in coders aren't careful in. I guess the analogy i was. I was coming up with this morning. It could be something akin to our tax code here. Domestically in that instead of instead of making it more streamlined inefficient. And making it work better if you keep on adding things to it without really accounting for everything that went into building in the first place. It just becomes more complicated. It becomes more complicated to unwind. It becomes more difficult to fully figure out in in you could ultimately run into situations where failure becomes a bit more of a frequent occasion. I or event. I just don't know but but either way it's yet to your point. It's always it's something you feel no doubt it also interesting to me
"one basket" Discussed on Equity
"They need to be not have all their dachshund basket which is true for all companies. But i think in education especially with the covert bump they have to really start making some some bets and hope with a new capital will help them do so. The enterprise shift isn't a huge surprise because linda dot com now linked in learning targeted at the enterprise and i think if i recall our octa dashboard access to lincoln learning. Actually have we have linden safari books online. I don't do anything. They want to learn how to use photoshop. One video at a tie you can do so but but i want to talk about one more round because i think we i hate to be honest but like either you to me all these guys. It's literally video delivery as a service and what gets me. Excited is the ability us. Vr and other more exciting technologies to deliver ed tech products. So i want to talk about transfer which is spelled without the e. t. r. a. n. s. f. And we won't make a joke about it off because we we've been we've been yelled at by. My fellow editors about removing all vowels from our headlines but natasha you covered the company this week and there were some fireworks there yes so transfer raised twelve million series a by firework ventures. Which is a woman lead. Vc firm founded by former partners at all and social capital transfers main product is virtual reality to upskill trade based workers. They are applying vr attack. And this doesn't happen enough. And i really believe i manifested th- hearing about this because i was waiting for more. Vr to enter my inbox. The only other example. We have his lobster using vr to help recreate science class but vr really works an attack when you are trying to scale train a bunch of people to do things that require expensive tools a lot of space. Why not put it on a screen and help companies save the money while doing so and that's exactly what transfers hoping to do. I think it's really great. I still remain a long-term bull and so for me seeing this company raising twelve million dollars which is a pretty good size series. It's not crazy it's nuts. It's a good amount of money They're going to be pretty far. And it's gonna build demand for vr hardware to build demand for vr. Developers is just another positive thing induction. I think i see the market going. And so i am excited about and also i looked through the images of their interface. It.
"one basket" Discussed on Equity
"I guarantee my disney shares wherever it went all right so what. I was trying to draw a connection between the decline in the price of trading. And how many trades were seen in. The market was kind of where i was going with that. The pointed robinhood has really benefited from an enormous explosion. In the amount of trades that are being executed because as we all know these sell their order flow for the essentially they route orders through certain brokers and that lesson generation revenue. So even if they don't charge into tasha eight dollars for a trade they make a couple of pennies to like maybe even fifty cents a trade and generate a huge book of the revenues. Now we care because we can actually track their payment for order flow information because it has to be disclosed. So you can do this for each. you can do for robinhood. I put a bunch of these into a post. That i wrote in case you want to go through and look at the numbers yourself. But what they've done is give us a lens into how robin hood has really grown in q. One the payment for order flow revenue from robinhood was just over ninety million dollars in one quarter. But that's a serious amount of money and then q to that exploded to around one hundred and eighty million and i say around because i've i've pulled all the numbers are spread. She did them. I've gotten to different numbers. Fact check with the guys who have read the block and they got a slight different inbetween mine so to barrow. One hundred eighty. I don't know why can't add but it's it's right around there. I swear to god. I'm going to cry again. And then q. Three which is the news in q. Three it was just about one hundred eighty three million. So after the explosion of growth from q one to q more than doubling essentially a kind of flatlined. now we don't know about this subscription revenue revenue from interest and all of other factors that go into the revenue mix but certainly it appears that the hyper growth Sequential quarterly basis has slowed. Even though i'm sure on a year over year basis hood still very impressive and bloomberg broke that they might go public early next year. So we're thinking about it. Let's let's stop with the late stage. Let's pivot around and talk about again actually anyways edtech and gave scrolling notes. Doc fast enough when you're trying to make a segue there's been a couple of big ed tech rounds. A lot of evaluation grossman tasha. What's going on taking house. Still hot inactive jokes aside. I do think attack is now finally excited to be in the late stage category..
"one basket" Discussed on Equity
"Put on different computer screen and then maybe they'll miss things. I really call days phone to look at slack. Sky dating back to you. I wonder you know you might be on my block phone numbers. Let's but nonetheless on airbnb. You know obviously huge. We've been waiting a long time for this. There are a couple of big stories. I mean first of all what was nuts to me is there. Were actually that many winners. I mean this. This is a major company. It's hard to value because we don't we don't really know how the market's gonna value this Airbnb has hit a peak of thirty five to forty billion on the on the private market. It's declined by half this year. It's revenue history of recovered. I actually have no idea what the companies they didn't that makes it harder to sort of say what people stakes are worth but nonetheless. I think the top story is i. The founders of the company branch husky nathan. Joe gabia own a whopping forty two percent of the company at ipo together. now we talk a lot about founder ownership. You know we've seen them as low as one or two percent. sometimes when there's fewer founders you can see a little bit more ownership it just so rare to see three founders. All owning somewhere between fourteen sixteen percent of the company at those steaks together Depending on where on the evaluation are somewhere between two and a half and five billion dollars. That just makes me feel very very poor. But didn't even we turn to the metric. Aside of this sequoia winner looking at about fifteen point. Eight percent stake that will get diluted a little bit in the actual ipo itself. But it's kinda pre ipo number and then going down the list it really drops off fast back your point about. They're not being that many. Winners founders fund five percent s. t. Two point seven and then silverlake street and if you are all under one percent so really it's like the founders sequoia a bit for founders fund and then just some slivers for other people which is not what i expected to see. Frankly i.
The Contradiction Of Focus & Diversification In Business
"As you know, I spend a bit of time talking to people about their business and try to help them maybe see their business through a different different angle a different lens. If you like in the hope that that can maybe help grow their business office and one of the conversations that always comes up is this idea of focus because most would agree that a laser focus is required to achieve meaningful success, but the problem is dead in a lot of businesses, especially new businesses. You don't a hundred percent know which way you should be going. You know, you think you're going in that direction but the market turns around and tells you will actually I want you to go in this Direction. That's why I say that diversification is equally as important as Focus. You've got to focus on the end goal for sure. But at the same time you need to be willing to diversify your resources so that you can and your revenue streams potentially so that you can survive any changes in the market and certainly that's something that we're seeing a lot right now dead. Of people that had all of their eggs in one basket are suffering those that were able to diversify their business and their revenue streams are doing a hell of a lot better right now. And that's why I chose actually check as the thumbnail for today because it's a lot like the game of chess in the game of chess. You are laser focused on the king, but at the same time you've got all of the other pieces on the board wage are helping you to get to their King and helping them to not let you get their King. So I I think there's a lot of similarities in a game of chess to business. I think it is about a laser focus on what the endgame is, if you know what that is, but at the same time holding onto this process of diversification and diversifying your skills your resources and to agree your focus to make sure that you can still be flexible when the market changes because ultimately the market will
WNBA Finals Game 1 Recap
"Anyone who follows man on twitter knows I'm I'm Elliott born and raised a dire laker fan there in the NBA finals right now? Tonight Lakers went up to on the Miami. Heat Lebron James Scores. Thirty three points with a double double Anthony Davis then your triple-double Anthony Davis it gets fourteen boards on route to a double breese Stewart was the best basketball player on the planet tonight wasn't even close and many NBA analysts would agree with me. This was. Honestly in your opinion, the years we've been covering the WNBA where does research performance night rank? WNBA performances you've watched. I, think, let's say in the last five years. Legitimately and this this includes. This includes all the Toronto stuff we've seen although all the game winning shots we've seen I think. The more dominant stretch from a player we've seen was about six minutes of sue bird. In the suber game. and. That was all so much that was from the perimeter and what brief Stewart does from all over the floor. She's just unstoppable in the post she's unstoppable and she's moving the ball. She's unstoppable from outside I. Think She's the Best Player we've seen blade this. I. A blanket A. Challenge anyone to come at me. If we're going by your five year window, she's doing this in the finals and that's where it matters the most and she's doing it off of an injury last year and I think every team in the league in a fantasy draft of players. If they redraft the whole league I think she's the consensus number one. I mean I believe there was a League's playoff game or Sylvia fells did the twenty, eight, twenty, nine. And that was impressive. Obviously I, think you're doing wholescale. Finals given context late, Adela done pushing her team to a championship on a non-functioning spine. Israeli something. This was a game where Seattle walked in as a two seed but was basically the odds on favourite given the strength and they were really. The biggest thing you needed was were we going to get what we had advertise from the stars you and I have been championing jewell Loyd this entire playoffs you've been consistently calling her future finals, MVP, Jewell, Loyd and. She. Is Hard to yeah. Looked at just her line in the box. Tonight you'd be like we're almost there. But like but but she definitely converted. Sue Bird breaks the single game. Finals assist record was one shy of the record at halftime. And why should we be shocked Meghan Rubino just wrote a player's Tribune column all about it. But. This was also a team up against Vegas team that definitely is is building their bulletin material. They have something to prove they going to hilarious run in the third quarter after being down seventeen at the half, they tied it up with a minute left in the third, a couple Julius free make it a two point game. It's a one basket game heading into the fourth quarter of finals, and it's at that exact point to restore. Basically said guys, why don't you go ahead and take a seat? Mama's got it taken care of she scored the first eleven points of the quarter and I don't mean the storms, I eleven points I mean the first eleven points of the quarter end you know that because espn was some real nincompoops and put up the graphic. That had fourth quarter points brief steward. Eleven. Las. Vegas. Aces zero as if anyone needed to know she categorically took over the game I mean this is the classic like great player mentality of. I have figured out the two three things I absolutely need to do and I'm just going to do them, and if you think you can stop it go ahead and try. But I know what I'm dealing with here and you brought up the context the ability to do that after. Technically. We're at this point for the storm twenty, two regular season games plus three semifinal games plus this she's twenty six games still into her WNBA. Return
A tale of two direct listings
"Hello, and welcome to equity shot are quick hit on breaking news I'm Natasha Mascarenas and today joining me to talk about a tale of not one. But two direct listings on the same Damn Day is Danny Creighton. How are you Danny doing? All right this is exciting. You know we went from a world of no direct listings to an occasional direct listening to multiple direct listings in the same day. So it's an exciting exciting morning. We can finally stop breaking up spotify in slack whenever we say the L word and reinvention Asana, and pollen tear, which are the two news heads we got today it's zoo of curiosities. But lots of great stuff to talk about where where do you WanNa start you WANNA. Start with Asana or palate here. What's more interesting to you I think I have to start with pollen tear and my big question is you've been tracking it through every. You know crazy filing, your high level thought was this a successful debut on the Stock Market for? Today I think it's a definitely a success. You know the stock from January two, thousand, nineteen onwards trading at around five to five, fifty, a share, and then in the last two or three months that price jumped to about nine dollars and sixteen cents as of September first, and so you know when when the reference price came out yesterday from the New York Stock. Exchange which was quoted at seven dollars and twenty five cents. A lot of people were like, wow, that's like a significant drop from nine sixteen like what happened particularly also last week we had the Wall Street Journal reporting they were looking for a ten dollar referenced price. You know none of those numbers were really good but look it's trading. Now it's live as we're. Doing the show, it's ten dollars and sixty one cents a share I'm. So it's better than all the numbers we heard before and it's up fifty percent on day one. So so part of me feels like this reference value was actually chosen precisely to give it a pop on day one you know if they were targeting ten bucks on Day One, this is sort of what they got and so a little bit of a lower reference price might have given them a little bit more of A. Psychological boost on on day one. So I, I think overall to success. Do you. Can you talk me a little bit about how we're trying to value the company right now I feel like I'm seeing a bunch of different numbers out there. Do we have an understanding of its fully diluted market value? We do there's still a little bit abate mostly because Peletier gives multiple numbers for the number of care. So it gives us one point six, billion shares outstanding two point one fully diluted two point one billion fully diluted than two point five billion fully fully fully diluted and so. I would say that its current share price, we would call it around twenty, four, billion in evaluation, which is an uptick from its its last rounds. Again at you know for a seventeen year old company to have the sort of strong debut on Wall Street I think it's pretty good. All things considered. Okay. Cool. I'll put a pin in Pailin tear, but I do want to talk about their lock-up period later, run me through Asana numbers I. saw it opened at a five point two billion value. Yes it's on a similar story. So yesterday, The New York Stock Exchange released a reference value of twenty one bucks per share. It zoomed straight out onto the public market. So it debuted, it's currently sitting at twenty eight dollars a share up thirty three percent on day one so far it's up to about I. Think it peaked at five point, two billion, and as of now is more like three point five, three point seven, five, billion market CAP. But again, that's actually significantly higher than his last valuation, which was an inlet late twenty, eighteen around one and A. Half billion dollars so either oke across the board I think both of these issues you know there's always a lot of risk drake listings. As you pointed out Natasha there haven't been that many is this sort of a novel mechanism. They're still a little bit unclear and exactly how they work, and so it's great to see again similar to slack spotify you know these are two enterprise. Companies to again totally different from the more consumer is random companies particularly spotify, which has tens of millions of consumers who might be retail investors buying into the stock. Most people haven't used the Sauna and certainly must people haven't used Pailin tear and so to see the kind of strength on the markets and the first day is is enticing for other companies considering the direct listing model. Right There I feel like pollen tears total customer base was what one? Hundred Fifty, company, hundred, twenty-five customers. That's a lot of customers Doing Gospel distanced. Something it's probably my favorite statistic about the company and I think I saw Dan Prime tweeting the other day that you know it's no longer going to be a secret of company. So we can stop calling it as such. This is the end of that right that confrontation about pollen tear for. So long we've been having well I, I will say. This about an hour ago. So may not be true today. A ASANA has an investor relations page like a standard like every company who publicly trades Peletier does not like it actually does not have as as of an hour ago that I looked up I could not find an investor relations page for here, which which tells you everything you need to know about the company I, feel like that is like in a beautiful one sentence or describes his relationship with investors, but but I think you're absolutely right you. Know despite the fact that only one, hundred, twenty, five customers despite the fact that took seventeen years three hundred grew it's growing from seven hundred, forty, three, million in revenue last year in fiscal year twenty, nineteen, it gave a revenue projection for twenty twenty about one point, five, billion to it's a growth company. It's SAS more and more SAS today than it was in the past where it was more services driven. So again, it's a positive story despite all the kerfuffle around its governance the last couple weeks do you Do you feel like the direct listing method might now take on more popularity. I. Mean. Maybe in some way, but can we even is? Is it enough of a success? You'd think that other companies might follow suit now that it's not just spotify that that did this. I think the more the merrier right I think Palentinian particular raised capital round back in. July right which was sort of what I was told from some insiders essentially the IPO that was the IPO and then direct listings just the actual market exchange. So I think we're GONNA see more companies taking this approach of bifurcating the capital, raise the float that you would normally do a IPO and just the actual just GonNa Start. Trading today and you know I think that that allows you more time to create the right narrative the right story of and also separates what is a a pretty intense kind of crisis driven process the road show getting the company ready the SEC filings separating out at out you don't put all your eggs in one basket. You can do it in stages and I think more and more companies undertake that approach going forward. My question to is and I'm sure our listeners are curious is with all direct listings. There's no shares offered by the company when the when it debuts and so when we see these prices I, guess how much of them are they vanity metrics much of their HABITA- goals, how important are they for us to care about and think about? I wanted to be precise. So there are no new shares offered by the company. So there's no dilutive in an IPO generally have fifteen, maybe twenty percent new shares offered to the public. There are no new shares but many of the insiders have to pay taxes capital gains they actually do have to sell shares. So you know so far this morning already thirty five, million shares of have already been traded and We have on Pailin tear thirty, two, hundred, and thirty million. Shares sold today, right? So already, there's a market, there's clearly tens of millions of shares being sold. So these prices are real or Israel as any other IPO in which people are you know figuring out what's going to happen? You know the next checkpoint for both of these companies is gonNA come in a couple of weeks when they report their next quarterly earnings and I think by then you'll start to see the analysts get comfortable the companies understand the next steps and what's happening after. And you're speaking with Dustin Moskovitz later today the founder of Asana. So any questions on that? You can kind of tease out right now. Well, I was told. The pure folks. About our stock imagery because apparently no longer has sideburns to. Join, the Line of people that complain but it's like you know there's the old line about taking a haircut. Up Thirty, five percents of they actually gained hair on the market today speak. Clearly. sideburns maybe somewhere else. But? No I. THINK WE'RE GONNA be really interested because some unique company in which its founders, Dustin Moskovitz who Justin Rosenstein, who both met each other at facebook actually majority of the company outright right. We just never see or very rarely see tech companies where the founding to CEO's and and COO own like outright majority like not just a majority of the voting because of class, a class B shares but they just outright own about thirty two percent of the company I believe doesn't owns thirty six. Percent of the company outright and just knowns around sixteen point, one percent and so to me like I'm just curious because it's just a different path for a company it was a slower growth company capital much more efficiently grew much more methodically and the founders sort of maintained ownership over time in a way that most other founders do not think the other. The other thing to put out here is Asana has no lockup though the similar to spotify Ed to black as listing all the shares are available for trade to anyone. Who any insider anyone who owns a share of on this morning can put it on the market and sell it Here is the complete opposite pallares pioneering this new kind of fusion of the IPO and the direct listing one would argue maybe the worst of both of those processes but actually a direct listing with a lockup and so only roughly twenty eight to twenty nine percent of pollen. Tear shares are even available for sale at all with the rest in lockup and market standoff agreements that will expire over. The next calendar year. So you know there's a lot more to wait on right. There's not as much liquidity with Pallares could actually harm the stock price. They might be a little bit inflated right now because there's limited number of shares available for trade, we'll have to watch and see but again, it'll be interesting to see if other companies start to do a directing the lockup because clearly Palin tear has not suffered tremendously using this model. So again, another tool in the tool chest and uber do something similar with lock-up period. mean. They did like all IPO's. Underwriter from a bank, they have lockups in place mostly to make sure that there's not a mass rush to the exit. They don't want hundreds of millions of shares at any price willing to be sold. They WANNA, kinda manager coming out because they're putting oftentimes their own money up through the green shoe at stake, and so again, that's what made direct listings unique is that there wasn't this lockup employees are free to do on day one through whatever they don't have to wait six months as is customary. So again, we'll see kind of where the the system lies in the future. As you know, the New York Stock Exchange also got approval to do a direct. Listening with a capital fundraise so we've gone from this world of like there's an IPO and that's the only way to go public to. You can do a direct listing, a direct listening with a lockup, a direct listening without lockup address listening lock-up in a capital fundraise like you can do anything you want. You know it's it's the it's the Netflix of going public. So to speak I, see the headline now airbnb goes public through a through a pollen tear style direct listing. It's just going to happen and it's going to be horrible but we will be back here to talk about it as always every shareholder gets a free party house for one night so. That'll be the new innovation going on there, but but that's a sonnet that is Pelham Tear Ford they an and we'll have more to come in the next week.
The Best of Trent
"Today's episode nine, hundred and ninety seven of the show which means in just a few days we're going to hit that magical milestone of a thousand episodes. So for the next few days leading up to that, I, wanted to go back and share a few episodes from the past that you may have missed. That have I think a particular relevance to the current situation that we're in right now? So what are we going to do over these next few days? Share a few Of those episodes are put links to all those episodes in the comments below so you can go back and check them out if you like, and then on Wednesday the twenty sixth of August in just a few days, we will hit that thousand milestone will have a few special things to announce on that day. But for now, let's kick off with a few of the best of Trent three, sixty five. Now, you have to excuse me radius because there's a lot to talk about. Episode One, hundred and forty two on April, the twentieth two, thousand eighteen, I spoke about retail I and what I spoke about in that episode was the fact that bricks and mortar retail is struggling obviously. And that hotels and spas in particular and frankly any business that does have a brick and mortar footprint does have a physical footprint could become a retail. I kinda business not just spar retail skin-care retail, any kind of retail. So the idea of retail I I think is as relevant today as it ever was re tail outlets. Retail stores are inasmuch troubles ever they're all trying to. Go online but bricks and mortar is not going to be dead. Those that do have a footprint. If you've got a business that's got a footprint, think about how you can reach out to other retailers either like minded retailers or not, and see if you can maybe somehow share your footprint with him. So I think retail I is still a strong strategy moving into this uncertain future. Pop ups is the next one. Pop Up Concept. popstars been around for a while and some would say that they've actually become a little bit outdated a little bit past, passe. I'm a massive fan of the pop and I think again in today's world pop up stores pop up concepts are more relevant than ever nobody knows what the future is going to hold. How can we possibly? So instead of putting all your eggs in one basket play around with some pop-ups now, I was such a big fan of the pop up concept that I've spoken about it. Several Times. I didn't realize how many. Episode Eighty Eighty to one sixty, eight to twenty, eight to fifty, six to seventy to eighty one and most recently in episode five, hundred, Ninety, six in July two, thousand, nineteen I spoke about how I answered the question. Addressed the question about whether they are indeed passe with. Pop ups of head they run and I think the answer is no. I don't think. So again more than ever in this current time, pop ups play around with the concept of popping up business ideas and business concepts and see what happens. Then you can think about doubling down but not before I think it's a great strategy. Episode to seventy, three, August thirty, first two, thousand, eighteen, I spoke about how little validation can kill. The point of that episode which I think again is relevant today is that oftentimes we so badly one thing to succeed that what we can do is search for any signs of validation and hang onto them and we get just enough validation to keep going. But ultimately, we just end up going too far down the road that we're. We're never going to really succeed him I. Think what we need to spend more time focusing on he's is finding a way to prove categorically that this thing has to survive. Prove categorically the Dow Marketing Strategy Works Diet seek out on hold onto those little bits of validation because those little bits of validation can lead you down the. To, continue going down a path where in fact you should've stopped to be doing. So I, think that's an important lesson right now because again we're all seeking validation. We're all looking for hope and I think if you hang on the validation signed little validation signs too strongly. I think you lose your objectivity. I. Think that can be dangerous, and now finally today we want to talk about the idea of the market in your gap episode to eighty four on September eleventh two, thousand, Eighteen I. Think it was two, thousand eighteen. We. All understand this idea of identifying a gap in the market. That's great. If there is a gap in a market that is not being serviced if you can fill that gap, then you have a business. The problem is you may not have enough of a business just because there is a gap in the market does not necessarily mean that there is a market in that gap doesn't mean that there's enough people in that space to make a business out of it. So again, at a time like these, we're all looking for the next idea we're all looking for something to give us hope for the future identifying a gap in the market is fantastic but you've got to be. Really Analytical really critical about whether in fact, there is a market in the gap, not just a gap in the market is there enough of a market in that gap
Why Pros Can't Beat the Market, but You Can by Chris Reining
"Why pros can't beat the market, but you can buy Chris rining of Chris. rining. Dot Com. A small part of my investment portfolio is an index fund tracking the market, and apparently I'm not alone over the past few years. Trillions of dollars have flowed into index funds as people realize highly paid professional money managers seldom beat the market. Bill. Man after spending eight years running active funds explained why that's a difficult task. Quote Fund, managers are under pressure to be predictable by showing low tracking error, which essentially means funds have to try to beat their benchmarks while tracking their benchmarks closely. Does that remotely make sense? End Quote? To say that another way fund managers become closet indexes. For instance, if they say they're benchmark is the S. and P. Five hundred they need to assemble a portfolio of stocks that closely resembles the S. and P. Five hundred because if they're fund underperforms its benchmark investors pull their money out. And that's the game fund managers are playing to attract and keep the most money because fees are percentage based the fund with ten billion dollars under management rakes in more than the three billion dollar one. But. Here's what took me years to realize saying that professional money managers can't beat the market has. Nothing to do with what you can or can't do please listen to that again. Here's why small-time investors like you and me have an enormous advantage over any professional. One you're a speedboat there a battleship. You're investing small amounts of money, not many hundreds of millions or billions. What do you think happens when a fund manager finds an underpriced stock and starts buying millions worth it causes the price to go up and there goes the advantage. To No one's looking over your shoulder. Fund managers have bosses breathing down their neck making sure they're tracking their benchmarked prevent withdrawals. It's the old nobody ever got fired for investing in IBM, or now Apple Syndrome. It's very hard to get market beating results when you're forced to invest conventionally. Three you didn't study investing. The SMART, people with Mba's who study modern portfolio theory and understand those squiggly lines on technical charts have been conditioned to believe investing can be broken down into some science like engineering or physics. So neat and tidy. nope. It can't markets involve messy people. Anyone can pick stocks trying to beat the market that doesn't mean everyone should stocks take a certain set that outlined before in my blog and it helps to have help which is why I use Motley fool stock advisor. Speaking of them, there's no question there. Stock Picking Methods beats the market because they're picking better than average docs from their website as of today five return up sixty percent S. and P. Five, hundred up thirty seven, percent seventeen year return up three hundred, eighty, two percent S&P Five, hundred up ninety, one percent over the past five years they've eaten the market by twenty, three percent. And so if you're interested in picking stocks, it might be as simple as buying and holding their latest recommendations for years to come sure you'll get some picks wrong and that's okay. The idea is your winners will more than make up for the losers and I know because I've picked some duds but my returns still beat the market. This is similar to how Jeff bezos thanks. Quote we've made doozy's like the fire phone and many other things that just didn't work out. We don't have enough time to list all of our field experiments, but the big winners pay for thousands of field experiments and quote. anyways, one of the most phenomenal small-time investors I know is Saul. Rosenthal. He's been compounding money at thirty percent or so for thirty some years but also works harder at it than anyone. He currently owns nine stocks only his very best ideas and always thinks deeply about them trying to find his blind spots. You might think having your life savings in nine stocks is nuts but I've learned it's better to have a small portfolio where you know a lot about a few companies than some gigantic portfolio were you know little about lots? I've trimmed my portfolio to fifteen stocks and at index fund it feels good of course, running a concentrated portfolio like that takes more work when all your eggs are in one basket, you watch that basket. But if you find the work enjoyable like it's a game for you, the results can be life changing. Does all this make sense I bet you'll always hear things like if professional money managers can't beat the market with their huge budgets and computing resources then neither can you Again just because they can't beat the market has absolutely nothing to do with what you can or can't do value investor monae per Bri. said it best quote investing is a peculiar business. The larger one gets the worst one is likely to do. So this is a field where the individual investor has a huge leg up on the professionals and large investors and quote.
Claire Wasserman, founder of Ladies Get Paid and host of "Friends Who Talk About Money"
"When you think through, you know whether it was your experience at that event or obviously in running organization now, what do you think are the biggest misconceptions that exist about women and money? What do we need to dispel? Yeah, I think I mean things are changing now again. Remember I, started this dialogue about four years ago four and a half years ago. It's just a taboo subject you know and when something's taboo, we don't talk about it. That's that's a shame can live, and we're all socialized by how we were raised the messages that we received whether it was our community or our parents. Are you know media and you just don't talk about it and you carry baggage because of it. You know the way that your parents dealt with money. You usually deal. Deal with the same way and for me. My parents just never talked about it so honestly. I was missing a whole education. I don't even how to balance a checkbook, so part of it is emotional, baggage and part of it is just logistics. What are these things and if the stock market feels risky, and you don't want to research it, you just don't invest will that's a problem right because it compounds. It's good to have your money in the money market, and not just under your pillow so again emotions logistics, and this desire to not appear greedy I. think that's pretty fricken. Female I've had women. Tell me that they don't WanNa. Negotiate for two reasons one. They feel like they'll look I don't know money hungry I or that bill over sell themselves. They'll get that big raise and they won't be able to deliver. I just can't help, but think. Would a man feel this way and I don't WanNa make generalizations, but I'm GonNa make generalization about that. We both can relate to that for sure. One of the biggest questions we get asked in an something. Honestly the we struggle with a lot ourselves is negotiating. What are some tools or tricks that you've picked up along the years to help you when you think about Negoti I mean it begins with mindset going through all of your fears around negotiating whether it's fear of losing the opportunity or jeopardizing the relationship We teach a class at ladies. Ladies. Get paid about this. You can absolutely dispel those things remember you're on the same side. If you're at the place of negotiating the, want you, you're both trying to make this work and a compromise of the day is really both people have to give up something in order for both people to get something, and if you're feeling like this is really lopsided that you keep compromising, and they're not compromising at all. Pay attention to that, you know. Know. This might not be a place that you wanna work and I know that that's privilege for me to say like just walk away. That's that's not a reality for a lot of people. This is why didn't show important to try to have as many opportunities as possible. Network Your Butt off in at many places. I don't put all of your eggs in one basket. So that's I right shifting the mindset to see this as an opportunity to. To actually look good. You know to look professional to respect your worth, and that's where you have to do market research as much research as you can do not stop at glass door. Pay Scale talk to your alumni network. If you went to college, talk to friends talk to recruiters. Right post on facebook. Say Hey. I'm trying to figure out how much to charge. I. Bet you all are to start what I call. You know a BCC community. A bunch of Friends of mine together. These refunds were very well networked, and I said we should start ABC chain whenever we need something so whether I'm looking to hire somebody or to be hired or how much to charge right? This is a close group of friends. Were we all recognized that it was powerful to pay it forward, so challenge yourself to get at least six people who can give you. That contributes to the market research that you do. Then you want to pick three numbers. It's not just you know sure hope I get this number now. I mean they're going to low ball you, so you have to have a that. You start with very high a middle number, and then your bottom line and take some time with that bottom line. You know look at your expenses. What do you need to live? What do you want to live and you know if you don't get what you want just at? At least make sure you're also asking for things that don't cost much money, but we'll bring value to you. Career development is a great one I. was GonNa say compensation for Commuting but listen? Hey, were you know must've? Our commute is from the bedroom to the kitchen. You know, but just keep in mind. There are other things you can ask for if they really can't give you the money, but chances are. They can give you at least a little bit.
What You Can Learn From Black Hat SEOs
"To another episode of marketing. School, I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about what you can learn from black hat seo, so if you haven't checked out the last two episodes. We got what you can learn from Internet. Marketers what you can learn from growth hackers and today we're GONNA. Talk about what you can learn from black hat. Seo's so let's talk about that. What does that mean to you? Kneel? I'll tell them what it means to me. Sure Black S heels are people who are willing to do stuff that's against. Let's say Google policies or any search engines guidelines hall sees to get rankings when look at black, Seo's you can find a lot of what they think or lot of the tactics that they're doing on some forms like there's a blackout forum. There's quite quite a few blackout forms blackout role that believe is a main one or the most popular one at all of them, but check it out and you'll see the tactics that. That people are doing, and they're not all doing shady stuff on those forms, and they're not always necessarily bending Google skylines, but in essence that form is for people who are willing to do whatever to try to get the rankings I remember when you own quick sprouts. There was this one graph you showed from Serpine Q. I actually pulled out from blackout form when I showed it to you, and then you use it in a blog post that lou him up anyway. My point is when I think. Think about Black Seo's when I was first starting out at Seo I was like I'm going to try everything I'm GonNa Learn White Hat, learn black, because I knew that if I did black-eyed gray hat stuff on my own websites just to test it out to see what would happen, I would understand how far I could push it. And what I realized from having these initial websites was whenever I tried these black tactics. It was very easy. Come easy go. It didn't feel right. It didn't feel like. Like I was adding value into the ecosystem bells lesson for me because I was like okay. If I'm not adding value into ecosystem, and it feels like I'm spamming. I probably am spamming so what I learned to flip, the switch and I was like okay. Let's think about the long-term. Instead that made things a lot easier and to be frank I'm not really good at blandings up very quickly. What I've been good at is slow, boring, consistent growth over time. That's one thing I learned from it. For me is I look at these forms and stuff like that I'll see the tactics that they're using to try to get higher rankings, and for me a lot of times it helps Dow Day on what's really moving the needle for Google or what direction that algorithm is going. Sometimes we'll talk about how they're doing private blogging networks, getting high rankings or use the exact match domains, and then they'll. They'll say Oh, they just happen your exact match. Domain names I got hit like they used to be grade or my private blog number got hit. He gives me key insights on where the is going. Be Some people share their data most of them anonymously, and they won't share their URL's, but that's fine. It just gives you insights on what's happening with the algorithms thrashing the search engines are heading. And what I learned to observing black-eyed marketers is that. You don't WanNa. Put all your eggs in one basket meaning. I've seen a lot of them. They invest everything into Seo and then all their properties get burned up and what ends up happening is they ended up just blaming. Google for their circumstances all the income that they had in the past. Maybe they could have been doing. Six figures profit a month in some cases even up to seven invaders, everything just disappears overnight, so what I learned is you have to diversify, and even if you're doing things the right way, you cannot just trust one channel in today's Day and age. If you're bet everything I think from a business perspective overall I think that's not being very smart. Totally have nothing else from my end. Add One more. Kind of Neal's point, I remember in the past waste. Read these forums. You're probably reading them again. When I used to reduce forms, there's a couple people in there that were building these pin's or these private blogging networks. They would actually sell it as a service, so it became assessing, and everyone started buying it. I was like Oh. Wow, you can see which business models are working. Quite the next day those businesses will go up in. Flames is like Oh my God. I don't know how they caught on my ps. One thing I will say is maybe in some cases you shouldn't advertise when something's working really really really well, because in some cases when you talk to other issues right now, they're still doing pbs and it's actually working, but they're not bragging to the world or talking about everywhere. And Eric and I are recommending that. You do stuff that we don't do PBS by the way we yet. Yet. We're big believers that you should just do what the long term. Even if the results aren't as good as longevity, you'll do way better and what's funny. Enough is user experiences. What's GonNa end up crushing funny enough Google, publishing a post on how they're rolling out more user experience within the algorithm say that for different but just to give a little preview you about customer experience Amazon. They just obsess over the customer user expensive. Just obsess over that and you do it for extended period of time. You'll be fine. I'll just double down again anytime. I've tried something. That's gray black in the early days of me doing this learning this. Easy come easy go and never felt right, and that's why I. Don't do any of it. Now I'd just rather do the boring stuff same with meal.
Josh Speidel, Vermont player who suffered brain injury in car accident as recruit, scores on Senior Night
"Five years ago Josh bell was one of the highest recruits ever to land at the university of Vermont he was a highly recruited basketball player and then he suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident when he was a senior in high school shortly after all right the three star recruit committed to playing in Vermont well the prognosis was not great in any way shape or form in fact his parents told him by his parents were told by the medical staff that he should be prepared to they should prefer him to live in a permanent vegetative state right and he has made a remarkable recovery credible and through those to Vermont because they they maintained a scholarship and honored his scholarship and last night senior night he made his first D. one start and registered the first points of his collegiate career in a match up against all the I mean incredible obviously it was it was you know they talk with Albany about at Albany you know the tip off they scored and then the Vermont comes out with the ball and they get it to to Josh by dell and any makes a laugh and you know then give talks from everybody his teammates his team the opposing team everybody for just an incredible story of just that tragic moment and I just think of it as as a parent seeing your kid and being told he may be in a vegetative state for the rest of his life and just when you when you see the highlight and see him out there you know doing what he's doing it's just it's just unbelievable it is and that was what's trending brought to you by PSG nobody makes golf clubs the way we do period so Josh white all got on the court made the first basket and then it was was asked about it after the game and actually had a tremendous line about what's what thought process went through his mind I was thinking about maybe like Mr Napier Avenue again no offense a rebound in there well you know I'd be on my go go one for one hundred percent my college career so you know it's you know it's a dream come true
The Athlete Mentality and Journey of Megan Henry, Team USA Skeleton Athlete
"Morning right. Where are you now? I'm in Connecticut some home for Christmas. Which is nice awesome Meghan equipment? Everyone that comes on when you're younger an athlete bigger goal to achieve. I think the same museum like I really wanted to be a division field hockey player and I didn't start clang field hockey until I was in middle school and I just kind of went to a camp on a whim. My mom signed me up for this camp and I was okay. Added is pretty shy. Actually when I was younger so I didn't necessarily they WANNA do things by. I came early like field hockey and play A. I Made Varsity as a sophomore in in high school. which like not a lot of people did at the time and scored the game winning goal in double overtime to send us to states and that was like a really Big Ping and I started looking at schools early on when I was playing at Varsity I knew that I wanted to play Division One and I am from Connecticut? It's all I wanted to go to uconn. And that didn't pan out it. Just kind of miscommunication like the coaches. I went to like all of these showcases. Oh Cases All these tournaments in suffers college coaches there and I applied to Uconn a by dining university. Another big school school and I went to this tournament and they had a college night so if you were like an up and coming senior year pretty much should have been Mike committed by appointment. You like if you are a junior senior and so most people kind of new idea had senior night actually what it was called and so there were a bunch of college coaches there they had tables buy. If you were already pretty much headed toward the cooler emitted the Yukon took all of their upcoming seniors out. They took them out to dinner and they didn't tell me so. I was really upset about it. That was like Oh my God. What is is happening so I walked to the table? I knew American University. which is where I went to college? Was this senior night and I hadn't really like Don on a whole lot with them. I kind of like communicated I really liked Washington. DC inside went up to him. And I was like. I'm playing in these Games tomorrow and I just as you know. And he had seen me so I pretty much at least contact coaches that the tell them what I was doing was planning for whereas playing in he had seen the answer he was already interested so that was like really helpful but I ended up being someone who really late college visit I committed. It'd very late because my dream school of playing for you conduct didn't pan out so I was like you know in complete panic that I hadn't committed needed anymore until really late like in my senior year but I went to American University. It was amazing. I was really really happy there as a freshman I and I came from being like the star player. You know I live in the middle of nowhere Like I don't know there's not that many people and I was not a starter freshman year I was not a star off our air and I kind of got mixed in to me. That was really hard to deal with. I was not I used to being like not key player and so another kind of sounds like a little spoiled. I guess I it wasn't used to it and because it took me a lot of time and energy to like be a really key player in high school I was expecting like the work was already done. You had a mentor. That told me like back in the day. That head coach told him the ball. That looks cheer right. Everyone living in this room with author on their teams well exactly and that is exactly how I remember talking with other people. My roommate at the time was playing and to my other close friends on the team we were. We were on the bench and I was like what is going on. And they're like I don't know I was the same when I was the number one player you know and so so it's pretty wild like as you keep leveling up like everybody was the best at one point Bob Force needs to be more of like a utility l'idee player so I had in high school I was a forward I was a right wing and I was actually recruited as a midfielder something I never did I ended up ultimately ultimately playing mostly right wing again in college I was moved all around the front line is a forward I I saw Dan as a midfielder my had to L. become better at my defensive skills so ended up being good for me just to become a better overall player so the journey for you go your shot with coach yeah you like saying Hey I'm playing you want me can play and I mean it was definitely Salihi it was kind of like this is a panic Mike I have nowhere to go now 'cause I all my eggs in one basket let's get back I mean it it worked out really well I think a lot of people not to cut no I was that way when employees school hot ply the two schools Oklahoma and Oklahoma state and they would like the last resort not With date anybody knows like I don't Wanna ask her there so for you if that didn't happen did you have another plan or what we're GONNA do. I had applied to Uconn Indiana and like. UVM was like my last choice. Did Not want to go there and I had done unofficial visit there and it would have been okay. I would never have become the player that I did and it. Just it all works out serendipitous Lee. You think it's bad but it was the I absolutely loved my college athletic other experience. My college coach was phenomenal. He's one of the best in the country. I would put money on it. He's coached the women's national team at the Olympics convicts. He's an Olympian in field hockey and the coaching skills that he has and how he treated US set me up for success on on the road like you just. I think that I would never found that anywhere else. Just how incredible he was person. So I'm really great for agreeable right because I did work out better for me. Everything works I wanted to yes. So you're saying you know that first year you kinda end this limbo trying to figure okay. What's my role adult? Get to where I was in high school and understand the another local playing time for. How did you approach that at your athey mindset? We'll I I I was like I don't know if I belong here. Maybe I'm kidding myself that I was good enough to be here so I sat down with my coach I was like. I don't know if I should do this anymore. And he's like known so. I guess helpful to kind of get reassurance. 'cause there were a lot of. I think what kind of spark that a a lot of other people started walking away and I think some of them were like. I don't WanNa go to school anymore. I'm going to transfer her whatever it may be like. Maybe O and in two of my close friends on the team left and so I kind of felt like yeah now I have nobody really. They're like my two closest friends are gone on their leaving and I ended up staying in. I don't know I guess it was just that the reassurance really did help me change uh-huh and I mean I trained really hard in the gym and I think there's a lot more than I could have done actually like looking back on it. Oh I think he always offered like individual sessions outside of of artists. So if you wanted to like get better skill you could sign up for individual so it was called and I could have done more stuff like that or signed up for like small group sessions outside practice and identity. There's more moreover I could have done but I trained really hard. In the off season I moved to Washington. DC My last year. I stayed there in the summertime and I trained with the strength coach in the off season because I wanted to make my senior year. Really really good and yeah and then actually. After my senior season was done I walked onto the track team American University. Because I just I wasn't ready to be done being an athlete. We all can you hang on to officiate so you track and field. What you do as a sprinter? So like indoor. Yeah I guess there's a fifty five I don't even know if you five indoor one hundred two hundred four by one quick. I like to think I'm out right. Thank you I'm not like national level but I'm good cool like how your story playhouse awesome. Because you know the field hockey thing with the coordination with the running with no the stig ethnic dead ball that then you gotta check him field when you work on in your expanding your mechanic the now you're in this notion. Yeah so after I graduated college I enlisted in the army. I guess because I was trying to get a job in a lot of places where like you need three to five years work experience. You need master's degree and I was like good all right. I had an interest in enjoying military actually when I was very young and I thought it was an honorable thing to do so like within a month of graduate I joined the army and I should off to basic training and I joined because it continues like you need to have the physical side the mental side. There's a team environment so like all of that stuff is really attractive. The obviously it's something that I know very well and allowed me to continue and then after I was finished with all of my basic training my Vance job training. I was recruited to do
"one basket" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Hello Hello and welcome to watch a crap in podcast at all that crap on Bravo that we just love to watch. I'm Ben Mandil Ker the real housewares of kitchen island new episode coming very very very soon. Maybe maybe maybe before the holidays knows and joining me is the wonderful and charismatic and hilarious and joyful foil and hug and sweet and cheerful Roenick Harem of the rose pricks batch. Rose podcast podcast. What's going on in a fight? No that was. That was my way of apologizing for making. You wait while I went and got my coffee. Oh no baby out coffee baby everybody. Happy and no fights Believe me if we're earn a fight I'm way more passive aggressive. It's like when your husband brings you roses for no reason. You like you fucking jeeter. Who is she no but like? I'm not obvious like like that. I'm not obvious we actually never really fight. It's kind of amazing. I think the most is I think I think I snapped at you last week because Newburgh was taking too along and say well. Why don't you call it? And I felt bad and I was like his mom. Does it all the time. He'll he's used to it. That's the role of taking. I guess that's how you that's how you got to. Ah You gotta be with me because I did not call it. It's not like we never take Uber. Why wouldn't I call it and you know why so sick of dealing with? I just wanted to fresh with an newbury. I literally snap I. We haven't addressed this by did snap. You think. Well how did you call it. You like. Obviously it was fine. Give me enough sugar. Serve a few snacks every once in a while our issues are worked at NASA. Thanks guys we just worked out that British you. That clearly was on on my mind. I didn't even realize. Oh this episode started. We've been watching so much housewives that we're just like Oh my God. Let's talk about our issues. Let's that reunion me and my dad of Orange County which is coming later. We'll have that up later today. We'll also have a bonus episode up today. We we recapped will. We did a preview of the top chef all stars cast and we actually broke it into two episodes and the first episode is going to be up probably later today today. Next one will be next week. I have to say we we went in on Brian. Malarkey for about twenty minutes. Yeah it was. That was one of my favorite things we did all year. Long with spend twenty minutes just making fun of fun of Brian Malarkey and his bio. Yeah I mean I left there feeling like wow you know. We're really doing something with our lives. Yeah what a life. So you guys. We obviously twenty nine thousand nine. That's coming to a close a new decade okay. D- begins shortly and with new decade becomes a new Ben Irani experience. We are taking our show on the road for twenty twenty we the first six months we have a bunch of shows. We're GONNA do. There's probably about two or three more. That will be added into the mix of we'll have more information about that and the New Year for right now. This is what we've got going going on starting in January we've got the golden crappies which is sold out. Thank you everyone who bought tickets to that. And then from there. We're going back to Detroit. We're going to Columbus Ohio. We're going to Austin Texas Houston Birmingham Alabama New Orleans so excited for that Kansas City. Or as we've been instructed to call it Lawrence Kansas because we're in Lawrence Kansas Really Omaha Salt Lake City Vancouver Orlando Charleston Oklahoma City Asbury Park. Mark Washington DC San Francisco and Boston. Those last three shows their DC San Francisco. Boston are in huge theaters. So come buy a ticket. Ah So we feel really cool when we saw them out Anything else merchandise merch property shares been. I'm I'm two leading Emails Oh good good. Lots of Joson made you know. I Love Dawson main variance. What's joss awesome? It's like it's owned by wayfair. It's a shopping APP online. You buy home stuff wayfair but it's like fancier I mean it is way affair but it's like a fancier Font I have a bench from wayfair said why Actually Fun Twins Fund Decor Trick Doc. So so this episode of Real Housewives of New Jersey. It's called the Last Supper. I liked the new sentence on my colon. That's fine sorry putting it wasn't ignoring you as much as it was putting down Johnson Johnson Maine. I'm delicious delicious episodes. Fine I will give the decor tip about my bench on a future episode. Is that chip. Okay give it to him. I was going to give a decor. I think you thought thought that my bench was I think he thought I was concluding my tip. I was actually about to start my decor tip. Okay go ahead. I'm says I think really helpful. This is going to be helpful. The holidays are around the corner. So if you wind up getting yourself a cool new TV And you. They're GONNA be cables everywhere right and hand for me. I had no place to put the cables and make it look like hide them or whatever like the way that I had set my decor with my shelves. There was no place plates for all these like ten different each in my cables. It feels like there's something for the satellite receiver than the Apple. TV video game. It's everything everywhere so what I did was I put under my TV up. At three of those baskets you can just get from target you know baskets baskets and what I did was I put all of my Cable stuff in there because let me clarify that the love the TV. That I have what happens is it has no input that has one little input. And then you attach that input this HMO thing that can take in like five things so. I hit that the basket so the cable goes down into the basket goes into the basket handle and so then everything is in there and then all ever all the cables that need to go into the TV the video the video game the switch the DVR whatever else needs to go you threaten them through the same basket handle plug them all In their into that so now are like all the all the cabling is hidden by a basket and then you have the three baskets their use the other two for whatever stores you want and and then I got a bench. Put the bench over the basket so it looks like a cute little seating area or whatever but really was doing. It's masking the fact that if you looked over you'd see all those those cables in the basket so when you walk in and just looks like three cute baskets under a bench but really cable storage solution so you. Yeah if if you get if you get a new TV or something. Christmas think about that there. You go everybody it looks very cute. I've seen it thank you. I know it has nothing to do with Bravo but this is just where my mind is today. And Hey it works for me from. We've got a great tip so now this real housewives of New Jersey episode. Oh is called the last SAPA which you know for anyone who has LBJ is the Christian. Part is where where Jesus has a separate because his ask gets betrayed by Judas so US really excited to see who got betrayed but apparently it was like the Last Supper I. I don't even know what it means. It was the last supper the last Easter before Joel gets shipped off to Italy. I mean who cares these an ice. It's not like he's at supper. He's not bear anywhere. Not Jesus Jesus also by the way yet. Jesus didn't just come into the last supper on facetime or or through the prison you know fucking payphone. He was like actually actually at the supper. He's in the paintings. Don't train don't try and use some Bible sip for your real housewives of New Jersey and use the greatest martyr of all time for Joe. Jude is real housewives of New Jersey. I will not with that and by the way Joe Dice has had plenty of suppers in Italy. I would like to add. Also we are kind of burying the lead lead. which is that two days ago? It was officially announced that Joe Tree are separating I mean I mean kind of obvious. run-in since he's been never come home so sort of obvious but yeah it's official now. They've separated but not divorced. Store filed for divorce but they are separated. I now all she has to do is write her book about how hard it is to be a single mother. which and then she'll do the entire Caroline Manzo prediction did That's why I'm not surprised. Caroline's already told us all this stuff guys listen to Manso but also like Caroline Manzo is getting a lot of credit for just lake. Nick very common sense right like Caroline Manzo getting credit. I mean that's like saying. Let me tell you something about what's going to happen when it rains throats. What's the pre? Some people will slow down too much. Some we'll drive too fast. Some will spin off the road. They'll be dense. They'll get wet and then settle out later. It's like okay well. You don't get an award for predicting that yeah. I know exactly like you know what you turn on that Faucet. You'RE GONNA get some hot water right. It's like obvious either. Yeah Pretty Pretty Pretty basic things to call but still she called A. She's so far so I just assumed they were already Separate it because I listen to my psychics gay. So let's open with a goal just short of a freeway. Melissa assaulting the shit out of some steaks yeah she's like steaming stakes in a pan and and Joe Gorka enters the kitchen and he goes. I got some bad news. I just got back from Teresa's house. Joe Got denied his appeal and Melissa's like Holy Shit. I wish I were surprised. I'm just going to act really sad right right now because otherwise Theresa we'll yell at me. Yeah and he's like she's like do the kids now and he says they don't want to tell the young they don't want to tell a drowning you know she's too young and Melissa's like well. I don't agree with that. Because they got social media they're gonNA hear about it which is exactly right. Yeah I'm not really sure what Therese's doing far it'd be it from me to tell people to raise their children but why stop now in Toronto to you. Yeah exactly. She's smart enough. She's going to figure it out. So then we go over to Franken Dolores who are pretty much starting the episode in the most frank and Dolores way possible. They're driving up to a place called Lighting Expo. But they've got dogs in the car and Frank. Dolores Oh my God it smells like frigging dirty ass. He's frigging dogs. And you're Dolores. Delors explains well Frankie thank. You didn't take the garbage out. Fish went bad in the dogs. Ate it smell. Like fish do is like well. What Am I? I would say that Lordship shut up from the cleanest again now I just I love what has a lot to Morris but I just like that. This is the saga of like this is the plight of Dolores and frank that they have rancid fish and the garbage and their dogs ate it and now the dogs have spread their stank onto them. The way smell like fish. It's like dolores entire season wrapped up and uh-huh also typical them dogs in the car. While you're shopping you're looking my aunties. Not there. She leave a note on your car very very all caps. He note wrote. Well why did they even bring the. The dogs are smelling if they've got like rancid fish breath. Why are they even coming? Along to lighting. Expo do is it essential that the dogs are there while you pick out lighting fixtures. I don't think so you know. What else isn't that essential? If the Lighting Expo your personal information okay just come in in and tell me what kind of light you want. How about that? So the poor lighting the come to the lighting expose moving with a boyfriend mighty spoke i. That's what's going on moving with the boyfriend light for a boyfriend right by the leading experts name was Joe just in case. There's any concern that there was not another joe on the show. His name was Joe. I know Marty is really out of place. Yeah I don't know what martyrs even doing so. Yeah Frank is like so just go on the front of the house big double door. She's big tobacco. Okay and I don't know why I wrote that down. I just liked the idea of frank describing houses. And so they're looking at all these exterior lights. And there's this modern one here and a less modern one. But still all these like interesting exterior once and the Laura you know what I like this one better and we see the one she chooses is the worst one out of every single one we saw. It's like really. It's like semi hogwarts semi like Ashley Furniture You. If was that couple. Does that that designed ship. That makes me crazy Chris. Johnson Diana yes chickens chip and Joanna hogwarts. Yeah it is it is uniquely terrible and of course. That's the one that Dolores shows. Yeah just how she chooses things like I don't like square rounds you know. I like a teardrop. She attacked and of course the loss of the person that goes. I got a text like she's on Love Island and okay. Joe's Joe's appeals denied. I'm sick know what you know what Frank I'm sick I'm sick. Although to be fair it might be the rancid fish from the garbage. You Know I. I think it's at a SEC. How much is each appeal? This is the second one. How much could that possibly cost frank? And he's like tens of thousands of wars right and now you know that you've gone through that chance at this chance to even less of a chance and I love when Jersey people start like Joe Gorka the last week when he's like I'll read lawyer..
"one basket" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk
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"one basket" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"Gutted by well thank you excuse me by joking I hope it worked out I don't think you need by I think I think you're a diamond in the rough so air for me to just banish because I don't know that I kind of think it's better to watch it like that to dislike it really reading a novel put it down but I feel like I actually we morph together I think that's really what it's supposed to be a compromise you're supposed to grow that's the thing yeah but how you feel that's a sometimes more because usually the dues don't hang out the door but it it's how you feel about that life with some other dude and go all they're just around working for me they're just drunken having fun yeah so I keep telling them just look for the they want out so they're like I know what to do I'll just go and fool around with other people who break up eventually I'll live in Hawaii for a month right it feels like three years yeah just being in Maui for for me people say you know it must be held there I'm like it is for them wait for pickup but good and probably will pick it up take it up I'll do what I have to do they just privately do it as a service just show up and let it be do that anymore I just I just right here right now with these two beautiful talk about love and that's good for today it's a great place to be in the now doing it so bad it's not our nature is human no no we want to know the answers to everything and how it's all GonNa play Al and never plays out the way we think is gonNA play out and it plays out in ways that are in possible and are better thing and here's an example I did temptation island twenty years ago like Outta Mind gone years I'm a different person now and then I got all kind of they were looking at me to do another show which is all about lying cooking and crafting and all this stuff I kinda dig and I like doing I'm like Oh this is got answering my prayer this is perfect and then I didn't get that show I'm like what within hours of not getting the show they're like hey they're bringing back temptation island I'm like but I don't even want that one I wanna make like you know jam and you know I'm a different do now but it turns out that that show I thought I was going to do is not my vibe at all actually and this show even though it appears to be crazy salacious thing is actually a form for me to kind of break it down like we're breaking it down and so I'm really happy and so now that's another lesson for me is like I'm not driving this bus you know I'm I'm on it but I'm not driving the bus I have to remind myself that literally daily you could tax me I'm here for you actually negate all my friends probably exhausted by me no we're not sure you're not the security no I think it's just like a constant reminder because we're always so in our heads about everything like you said and I think you're specifically eating in love and it's like you know you go on dates with guys or you have these moments as you go back to that same thing what is wrong with me why are thinking to be different yes that will track the thing I thought I wanted yeah yeah and if you've ever met somebody who's in their skin that's the way I describe it somebody who just doesn't care like they know her up is because they've stopped that conversation they found an authentic truth and they've accepted both the good the bad in themselves and that's really attractive yeah well it was funding 'cause when you were saying how rob like a list of checkpoints or whatever I mean we all I think every single person does that when you're looking for someone it doesn't always like you said it's all it's not always like what's on paper that textile and I remember Tony dating a guy and she was like he ah but he has it didn't work out or whatever but he has everything I want and I'm like but you're is not gonNa make you question his feelings for you like he's GonNa make you feel like ah validated and like safe and like you're not going to be like but what if what am I doing he's going to be like your biggest cheerleader and everything you like every part about you it's really crazy because I feel like I have the best friends in my life like truly like you've figure that part out yet but it's interesting because I do feel like that is friendships or relationships the most important really holy so it's like I notice X. Clubs at all yeah women love bad guys because of the abandonment you feel dads and other men in your life so you love the idea that I'm loving you hardly even hurt your feelings but that's a that's a pattern repeat see what's interesting is I don't have for me personally that pattern all right yeah generally they'll be friends with like a gay best friend to the intimacy and they'll have sex with the biker yeah who is not intimate but it to be in the two one good person because I don't have unattached sex so there I and then I have a really good relationship with my dad and the men in my life so I'm not really looking all the guys I've dated are not bad voice no not at all about that but it's shipping the basis of love is not a bad thing yes and I feel like I'm like I'm obviously I can figure I figured it out so well my friendships department that it will happen in in my in my in my marriage I could offer a thought okay I love Italian I come here thinking we're just getting like chill and get Steve we don't art is that in your one thing to look at that is in your friendship relationships who you be and probably you you're not self aware you can show up your friends for brunch without your hair done your makeup done and you don't care right because they know you and they are not judging you and you don't really live in their judgment of you right right and so that person who's completely accepting themselves and is not really worried about the friends defining who they are has a healthy relationship with their friends and your friendships are tight they're there for you the at your crew they've got you that's the same person you bring with love relationship when you stop being self aware and stop trying to be this thing this this facade that you think he's going to respond so the guy that loves you is GonNa love you with his it right and more importantly the guy that loves you is GonNa love you because you love you and you're you don't care you don't care if he loves you you're you're I mean you can't be loved you but he's not he's not going to define who you arb- based on his hot or cold response to you and that two yard with your friends your friends you're like my friends I got nothing to prove with them they're my people you just need one more people that you get to take over every time every time I'm with you this is but it feels like ten I I go home and go what did I say do you live I live Sherman oaks why don't we hang listen I'm sitting by the phone waiting if I reach out to you on the creepy uncle if you reach out to me you're like my other daughter we can hang out with okay thanks done done okay great so thank you so much for coming in I love having you tend to let me tell you because we had a huge like I think I don't rave about TV shows a lot because I don't I don't even have cable so everything I watch is like limited but I cannot say enough about show I hesitate to say entertains me more than the bachelor would be careful don't bite the hand that I know I love the bachelor I do too ever it's a great it's I'm saying if you love the bachelor you will love to and that's by the way all of us on the show we say that you know we were on Tuesdays last season we're like bachelors on Monday temptation on Tuesday and what's funny is now in the twitter world people like bathing for a fight between Chris Harrison amazing do it just because I tweet like you're a Walmart knockoff of Chris Harrison am I am I what is I love Walmart Spas back saying we love you so ended up the spokesperson for Walmart. Thanks to Chris that people are constantly oh he is he's the Og increases that and I'm like Dude Chris Awesome and I'm pretty good yeah and we have different shows and I said in the interview that just came up and I'm like did I say that and I'm like well that wasn't bad I said we're both captains of a ship okay his is a luxury cruise liner in the Mediterranean mine is a cargo ship in the Strait of removes both of them are ships and both of them need to be captain abut and both can get food poisoning but my may have pirates yes the difference between our two shift a little heady but look better than paper well I love it and if he like I said I'm sad I have to wait week by week but if you haven't watched the first season go out first season and start the second season you will love it catch up by watching episode one which is online Youtube and facebook and you'll network dot com and Hulu and then Thursdays at ten great yawn. USA thank you so much for being here we love you it.
"one basket" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"And my wife both send their love love your I don't know how long it lasts the shelf life but yeah man it's it's a good season I think it's good TV and you have a great family so I think it's interesting to hear how like all of this developed and so she comes into the restaurant she was hot I remember she was wearing really type like these blues and Actually the first time I saw was walking to the bathroom and we saw the backward that was plenty I didn't need any more than that and by the way thirty five years later all that still intact so that's good but you know it was like I at the we kind of flirted and I knew something was going on you know it's all good but you know this is every night there was not easy coming in I was pretty Still a kid and and I got a number and I put it in the April because I was a waiter and I lost the number and I'm like oh well that's ax you know she was taught and I would have liked to you know hooked up but well and then she says that she thought with our connection that I was going to show up white horse like pretty woman just you know climb up or fire escape and she says to her uncle who's the one who brought to the restaurant you know he didn't call and he said look I always tell you not to call boys but this one you need to call so she called me and I'm like Oh thank God I lost your number so we got together for lunch and I'm like this girl crazy I can't data but can't not dater I mean she's nuts but I kind of liked that kind of crazy which is another thing I say on the show you're not gonNA find somebody saying she's going to find the kind of crazy you dig wow I always tell Tony her guy's GonNa love her crazy or what we consider her crazy gonna be like crazy he's like that's my favorite thing about you on the show this season one of the girls sonic is really scared to kind of let her passion out right Sonic Annika Oh yeah she's dating Gavin and at the Bonfire we're talking about it and she's like you know if I really let go I'm a hurricane and I said well you know sometimes you need to let the hurricane blow and whenever guys still standing after the hurricane comes that's your dude right I said I married hurricane it's blowing all day every day hey but that's my flavor right I'm I'm not scared of that if you're the only love is so much more of a you know that's where I think young people kind of get trapped as that you've got a checklist of what you want it to look like and sometimes love doesn't look like that at all and you can't figure out why you know you're still connected even though that wasn't what you had said was on your list and that's the thing you got to tap into as the the organic part that's not particularly Lenny sure that's why you can't seem to stay away from one another now there's the bad side of that which the bad boy who just you know it's hot and functional but hot has a whole other story why that happened right we don't have time for next podcasts yeah man it's I just tell them I'm like any preconceived notion you had is why you're here you're we repeat behavior you're here because you're preconceived notions having gotten you much further than you are now so I think this is a real except for a lot of people they ended up having to discover who they are and in that it defines love in a different context well it was interesting because we got to meet the cast before filming started was talking to kate in her boyfriend's David and she was so slight having this moment of like why why am I here like Vita he's GonNa be really interesting for people to watch yeah and she's a frail broken scared yeah weepy girl at the beginning and her final bonfire hers Ashley h the other one all of them actually the final bonfires are probably the most riveting TV I've been a part of in my thirty years on TV. No Hey so insane oh good it's so good like so upset because I'm like I just WanNa sit I'm almost like Dr Not Watch until it's all Oughta these couples there's this sense of like this insecurity and I mean it's something that we all experience but then they go onto show best words like your your insecurities are like totally exposed and that's another thing about the show that makes it different as we were talking about earlier about different the other dating shows that you know on the in the front door when it looks like is you're GonNa be in this House with all these dudes let's go from the girls perspective and you're GonNa get date them and maybe you fall in love but you don't anticipate is that friendships and relationships form with the opposite sex that are all flavors and they inform you so for a lot of women they don't have like a dude who's not interested in them sexually romantically that's there to say hey man you know what are you doing and that information really matter so I'm constantly saying like I said to Kate I'm like I said all of them like what do you want the last time you stood for what Ya not who do I need to be to keep my man what the hell do you want yeah and then trust that somebody's GonNa fill those shoes as opposed to I've got to change for him where I'm not going to catch one yeah catching a man is where you guys f. up I know that's like the biggest thing think I've realized with myself for I think up until like I've been single for a really long time now but before this I was always in a relationship in in in long term relations chips and in my last long-term relationship I felt like I had lost a complete sense of like I didn't know what I like to do for fun I stopped hanging my friends I like such a common story by the way yeah like he his world became my world not on any like he didn't impose it on me but it was my it was just my willingness to bend what I wanted and then it just kind of morphed into it and you forget what is Tanya one exactly so we're not girls tell me women tell me look you know I'm dating this guy it's going really great and it's all good and I'm waiting to be the real me until I know that he's into me so I'm gone into the sports bar and I'm doing all this stuff he wants to do until I feel confident enough to say I'm not down right or I want to do this and I was saying to these girls I'm like don't be afraid to write a script which is the dream Yeah and then let somebody fill it because you're worth it diamond Tanya come on sweet but it's I feel like now because I do all these weird things about me that I you know when do I tell them that I have deer feature husband Journal it's like that's just a part of me like scare him the Mike who cares then like by but you know my wife told me she made a list a specific list that covered physical emotional hobbies everything I call her clothing of what her dude is and I take a lot of the boxes so not all of them by the way they later she got me to check the other if you're changing yourself for someone else that's not healthy but if the person you're with support to you are and is willing to ride out your growth in other words let you change and still be there that's the good stuff I mean that's why we married is because it's too hard to go through this by ourselves and I think that's the scariest heart when these relationships end is because you've done all these you've changed all these other things that are normal in your life and then when it's over yeah left with like all the pieces and then what I told these men and women you've been identifying as a we like we are Gavin Sonic we are David and Kate but you forgot who David us and you forgot who caters and by the way it's not that you didn't forget you probably haven't met that person yet and finding out who that individual is doesn't mean you're killing the couple it just means just got evolve and that's a scary thing to jump into you know it's scary to see in your own two feet and say I'm pretty great that too scary thing it is and but if you do it when you do it that's the thing that people love I noticed this year versus law season the when the women went into the single the house with the guys they were so standoffish like no one if they were all like I can't do this but this season the girls kind of went in and we're ready to go that's what I was talking about it I'm like everybody's got a slow the road yeah I became like the Dad I really wanted people down eight now listen that's not what this is about but you know then I had to check myself I actually apologized to one of the cast members at the bonfire I'm like I was too quick to judge you you took action right off the bat that I thought was completely inauthentic what you're telling me but oh I see that you had to do what you had to do and there's more story there that I'm unaware of theirs paying their and revenge and and you've got you know some feelings until you act it out out of those feelings and now you're resetting that and that your process so I apologize her I have a question too so when they go on is it like there they've had conversations and doc I'm aware that you might kiss someone like what are the standards because like that to me is the funniest part so they all talk about the rules they set before they came in all right so we can hang out and we can have drinks but there's no kissing or there's kissing but there's no touching or there's touching but you can't spend the night and all that just goes right out the window immediately trailer looks like every single person is doing something with someone that's not their significant other at the beginning well first of all that's a lot of what the show's about to is that we showed these clips of the bonfire right and what you see in a clip we immediately project on that to be more meaningful than it may or may not be constantly telling them it could be when you're afraid of but it also could be in the guise of a drinking game you don't and that's not even it and I tell them it's not the facts of what happened you feel about what happens is all you get to look at you can't change them about what's happening it's how you feel about what's happening right that is a nuggets a huge nugget and if you see people on the show you'll see a clip we'll watch together America watch the clip and we're like well that was then and then like last season Shari's a clip of Jason we all go nothing happened just talking and she's like I'm breaking up it's over we're like what I said I what did you see I didn't see any a- but we project our feeling on the other people we just project all over them we throw up on them but like when someone mad with someone else that story among but there's a lot of information in that you see your significant other in bed with somebody else they may napping or they may not know napping with someone else intimate but how you feel about it yeah that's really interesting that were the answers are if it bothers you there's obviously something emotional you're connected right and if it doesn't bother you that's even bigger like when the dudes see the girls doing something like well whatever that's just probably whatever the problem I'm like if you don't feel something that's the problem yeah I'm not down I can't watch interest there there is not one but you know that's not or four I would not I I could never me neither Verdoux the show really yeah yeah yeah I mean I'd have to be in a place where I was just looking to break up but needed to do that's like your way that is really selling yes smart because I people ask all the time why would anybody do this and I don't have a good answer for that but the same thing I did the show moment of truth right which was a lie detector show and people are asking how do people why do people come on and say those intimate secrets in front of chameleons of people and I'm like for some people to sit down with the person you care about and be honest and authentic that's scary commit to the show now you've got an out while the show forced it and it it jumps you off the cliff now there's no turning back forces you to be honest and say afraid to say at home and that's not particularly the healthiest way to do it but I think that's why some people do it and do you know yeah it's like they like they like they can't admit it on their own yeah we have a great time I wanna go back now you start next to the next season well I don't know yet okay we got Tony Robbins weekend or something I think probably you know march or April who will probably go back again I really don't care it's the same thing I'm saying to you I'm just trying to in the business so long the days this is where we started the days of worrying about the next anchor we're doing it I I don't.
"one basket" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"Wake Vip he pooped toilet spray find it in the cleaning I'll or on Amazon we have what we would call a dear friend at this point in the studio today we have mark Wahlberg again he mark Wahlberg will a mark wolves have to clarify the mark well thank you I appreciate the status of dear friend because I feel the same way yeah so well actually some people are just new listeners some people actually binging the podcast from the beginning which I'm enjoying people's messages about that ah but we didn't episode a podcast in Hawaii a few months ago while you were filming the season right at the very beginning of up taping the season that I saw on the air as of last night temptation island we didn't say we just assume everything I'm doing but that was the episode we also played at truth or drink and we had I mean between you being on our truth or drink it was a big episode episode well all I know is that we went to this Pineapple Place before that and they had a distillery and I took several shots and by the time I got to you I have no idea on that podcasts anything I said under influence or you're very wise under influence because some great advice to Tanya Alcohol's a truth serum isn't it yeah it really is that is so kind but do you wanna the craziest actually this is so crazy so you gave me this moment why do okay and it's like all clicking in my head mark Wahlberg is a genius like this is so great I just quit I quit I quit try I quit I quit looking I quit men like I'm quitting it was funny because it stuff I've been saying for a while now but you said it in a way it really resonated with my kids can't hear me say Scott they hear from somebody else if I said I think you're oh you're alignment to having like your with your career and you money for me that was my thing was all works so I think for some reason that made it click but then back from Hawaii second like actually probably looked the way I look right now like just real rough and like come out of the lane and just not feeling good and get here really early that day and I'm like wearing my workout clothes and guess what you met a boy and then the Guy what did I tell you like really next day about making space for something new to happen if the space is cluttered with I want I wish hope I resent all that stuff it it fills up the space where something new could come in usually I quit I'm not going to do that anymore and I'm GonNa let God provide going to worry about doing my hair yeah I'm just going to be then he chose up are we still dating him and left the next level but actually this is the even the roller part of the story is that he had ki came to visit so he was from out of town he came to visit and he was staying with me and we were going to dinner one night on several ooh go holding hands and who comes beat Bopping Down Ventura Boulevard with his whole family that would be me I like to check up on them yeah I've been standing in that corner months I actually took it as a sign as like Mark Wahlberg told me to quit and inquiry and I need to quit this and the next day it was done we'll I drove by and I'm like Oh he's cute this is working Q. But the L. Straight Talker so Oshawa was that guy what was the nickname does springtime yeah yeah that doesn't sound yeah it was really crazy so I really do feel like you're kind of you're part of like our story now well I'm happy to be part of your story I'm fans of you guys we had the best time with we were hanging out with his daughter Goldie and his wife and we just had the best time felt like family like saying Hey you know I'm the host of the show is supposed to be about right now can you lay off my daughter the host of one of my maybe all time favourite TV I am so invested because I binge watch the whole first season so I sat on my couch for however many hours was watched the whole season then I got to go to Hawaii and see it happening and now it's back on again it's back on temptation yeah I have to wait a little bit it's out so you can watch it and there's a casting special as well on USA Network Dot Com if you wanna see how he selected the people for this year but it's going to be just crazy even crazier than the first preview then is to say that we started taping like two days in I kinda her what was going on and I'm like where do we go from here this is too much too quick and I was angry about it I'm like everybody's like out of the box I'm like everybody has got to slow their role we've got twelve episodes of do here and then it changes and then like people kinda redirect themselves a little bit it becomes this story of empowerment by the end the women it becomes like this anthem the women find their power I'm really proud of them it I'll be honest when I had I met you I didn't watch the first season I hadn't seen the first season and I'm not the biggest fan of like I don't watch a ton I watch like the bachelor but I don't watch a ton of like reality shows I've binged the first season when we came back from spelt really massively thank you I was obsessed with it there's something like it's not here's the thing I think it looks like a dating show and you're like Oh are you the one on the Beach Bachelor in paradise is Kinda got all the vibe and you're like oh they're just gonNA hook up and it's like whatever but it becomes because you gotta remember there's no prize they're not competing for anything right and and they think probably it's going to be this crazy dating show and then it becomes this really deep and introspective sort of like what we're talking about you gotta look at what has been the problem in relationships I constantly say to them look I know that you're here focusing on your significant other on the other side of the island like what what's there like what are they doing but you can't control that's all you can do is look at who are you being and how are you in this how do you repeat behave favor and what I think what really triggered me was what was the girl's name from the first season I saw last night by the way so I when I was chant I feel like I saw a little bit of old Tanya in her like the girl that was like we've been dating for this many years and I want the ring and I want this all the stuff that really doesn't matter I say this to them on the Air I've said in interviews I'm like so often hear people say you know if they don't give me a ring by this time out yeah but no one plays that out so what if they do give you the ring like you demanded it so they acquiesce and give you the ring that's not the proposal you want you want the proposal of the I who when you say I don't want to get married beg you than the rest of your life yeah so I'm like saying guys you gotta you gotTa Slow Your Roll and get your life right about what it constantly saying them what is happiness what does love like what does a love relationship look like to you because that's really what to look at because what you thought it looked like the ring by this time the house by this time time that's not how life goes yeah at little tremor it was like texting you and I was like I feel like I used there was a part of me that used to be you like her and everything she said I would like I get so emotional about it because I feel so sad that she's in that head space but I'll tell you something I saw last night and I follow everybody on all the social media and she looks great I don't know if she's got a man in her life but she killing it in the business world seems empowered and strong and Mike constantly tell people it's not a a ride I would suggest to anyone that I love to go on yet I was saying you know maybe get a therapist keeping quiet but for the people that go I have yet to see somebody say it's ruined their life is usually I've discovered stuff you know Moya in some capacity whether it's like painful at the time I look back and go wow I mean casey is probably a totally different person she in a good way good way I think yeah I know and I said to her on the show when when Evan last season was like I don't want to be with you and I found somebody else and it was really devastating first time she says now that she was in shock and I remember saying you know but I've changed I've learned I I I'm different and I said to her then and I know it was tough love and felt terrible saying it to her but I said you know sometimes we learn lessons we take to our next release chip which nobody really wants to hear but that kind of how it goes man I had my heartbroken years ago and then I'm like you know I'm Never GonNa Fall in love again I met my wife and who I was at that point because of the break I was a differ dude the definition of being in love changes and it gets deeper how old were you any found like this deep love how long have you been married I've been married thirty two years thirty two years for how long her of my wife I mean I should probably use her name Robbie we dated I don't know man we dated maybe you're she knows exactly to the hour I think it was like a year and a half or two years before we got married orange gauged I'm trying to remember we've been together you know getting on thirty five or something like that but like at what age were you as a man two weeks before my twenty fifth birthday hey I moved out of my house and was living on my own at at's by the time I got to twenty four I was like the Modern Day thirty it's kind of like I dated it was a different time you did whatever you wanted there wasn't a lot to worry about and you know I met her with no intention known for a long time I used organised restaurant right and we did shows we were singing dancing it's a long story and I prefer not to get into it but every night I would wait by the door the audience is going to say is she here tonight is my girl here tonight and just like you at one point I'm like I'm not looking anymore I'm not even trying that and that's when she showed up and she was in the audience I'm like I think I got to have that one wow and I was adorable so I got did you pursue her hard actually I I this is you're you're married and you've been married for thirty plus years which is awesome and you're amazing and we've met your wife.
"one basket" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"Because now there's I there's a facebook scrubbing in Atlanta Group there's a separate facebook page for scrubbing the separate for the Los Angeles over two that's five hundred in the it's not funny it would've been fun to watch right again it's Becca she's a giver I think what you're saying is also a giver so it takes a giver to Noah give her there's nothing dirty about that in our minds oh so my mind just went to the place now I feel like I have a feud with controversy and I don't want to be interviewed with someone they are the smiler's coming after you I guess someone wrote me it was like Miley can be in a relationship with whoever she wants you hypocrite the people are so aggressive and to be honest like I like spoke too soon because I got defensive have over you know Caitlin being my friend and then I like didn't know how to retract but I was just basically saying if you're with anything people are going to have opinions and that means I have some thoughts it's well first reaction is thank you Mahara for plugging the podcast and leaking in the question about the thoughts being can you go right to the episodes of thanks but also I feel bad for the people have to write these articles they must listen to podcasts and just like oh she said something let me see if I can make a whole article out of that one insurgency to say I did an interview about my whole macy's line and one of the I think it was US weekly said Becca is happy in her relation ship but staying private that was the that was the headline and I was like I said two sentences about my relationship but I don't talk about but I have a frigging thing line of macy's just click bait we do it too it's clean but yeah I'd much more hear about somebody's relationship than the clothing line mark personally I know I'm part of the Yeah I know I know it's the same thing we do for the podcast sipe about when it's about you it's different I gotta feud with Miley uh-huh I'm just kidding I literally don't care we should say it's a feud with Miley then maybe we can get her on here and you guys can bear the hatchet it'll be a whole thing love Miley due to love I can't get over it right now you personally do people will say to me the last Wisconsin last me about celebrities you know what I mentioned the Ryan seacrest Joe from Children's Hospital of Orange County and the secret studio and she came down and she was a guest on the show and we brought in a patient and it was really nice and then we were done and we got a tour and Ryan had gone and it was maybe two hours later when I came back to the studio to get all my stuff and I saw my lease still two hours later going room to room saying hi to his many kids that she possibly could tell people that because you're wrong about miley cyrus yeah no I I really feel the same way like to and tissue Tisch Cyrus is is a friend of the show she's a friend so we just really just the whole Siro Sira family well I have a really great story about Miley Cyrus beyond today's topics so my younger sister my youngest sister Hannah was like a die hard tena Fan like obsessed this is probably one of the more evil things I've done in my life but it's funny now so I create an e L. Miley see one two three at Yahoo Dot Com and I emailed my sister is probably I don't know like eight or nine at the time and I'm like hi Hannah I heard your huge fan of the show I just wanted to reach out and say hello and hope you're having the best in the night sign off Oh my gosh I can't believe like how'd you find me like my fa- here's a picture of my family and like so then I know the about so then the older sister caroline the younger one she always played it cool like she would like make fun of hand for being such a big Hannah Montana fan she it's a hold of the email of writing an email to my lacey and she's like my sister loves you I love you more like I'm the biggest fan intercept try as to like get in on it so year I never tell them that it's me until years later I admit and they were both just like evil there's like evils on over you what in the world I was did you feel terrible when you got the email back or the picture of the family I would've felt terrible emotionally boys cool working it's working well that is so weird that just goes to show you another thing that we're so opposite with the office gone Jonas Their podcast episode they did but we love I'm obsessed with the I love Them Yeah Brand said something nice and for offer over Labor we love we loved the chicks that means a lot to me and so I just read like a really long thing yeah that's so nice she posted about my macy's club close so level Mark Wahlberg here we love Mark Wahlberg didn't you ran into him in the wild in the wild and knows the like I had to help explain the whole thing about quitting and then how I met him the next day and it was like a hoping I let a lot of dinner conversation you could have said Dr Screen Time is like Oh we did a podcast with him but instead you go into the relationship advice an exactly did it went on a game show host we had I show on screen time probably doctors green diamonds like on high alert I just cannot believe I'm so thrilled that temptation islands back on TV so I'm excited to talk to him about that same who's next.
"one basket" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
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"one basket" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
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"one basket" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"Every buddy hilarity how's the how's everyone doing super and how are you mark you feel quiet today marks bound for five seconds how do I feel quiet today there's an energy about two seems quite I really this morning it's been a spin the day been a doozy Bene- doozy we'll record on Friday and La's on fire and that is -quires a lot of different kind of morning show behavior so it was a little bit of a crazy morning today yeah so and so marks just how wing and then I'm Mike Son Sleep like just know slid a wild I laugh last night essentially it makes me I get so nauseous when I don't when I get that little sleep so I don I do commend you for your work and there's no like coming back from it really because I'm going straight tests stuff all day today and then I have your dinner tonight so I'm going to be like this all day so we to liquor tonight good time it's going to be the wheels are gonNA come off I got sounds dangerous chew baby you're a train or the wheels are okay well Halloween but we have the best time last night yeah we did four year Raider we had a an event at the Mason South Coast Plaza and let me I tell you I know nothing stresses me out more than something with a meet and greet or yeah because I have been to meet and greet or myself or I think like twenty people not even Tony Ten people showed up and I'm like hey like whoever put this stress is is anybody going to bother showing up so Tanya was like moderating and like hosting a little Q. and A. and so I walked in really just thinking this guy I have no idea what is going to be like you know I knew there would be some of the scrubbers there so I was at least thinking like maybe five to seven would be an audience the wrong day unless did firmed posted in the scrubbing group Anna my store Ori so you know I felt like I fix that I hope so we walk out and it is like a huge crowd huge credible were standing they were ninety percent scrubbers maybe we got letters we got next April I do want to try to go to that yeah local right Yup Fullerton yeah yeah so it was a great but so we did we did the QNA talking about the my line with bar three and macy's and then we did a little meet and greet and it was so awesome like other girls were just so sweet I got tons of hugs and I was really crazy because you don't realize like there are so many girls that we met last night and I feel so wildly connected to them so like one girl came up and she was sharing a story she happened to know Moi who talked about the last podcast and so we had like a special moment and there was another another girl who came up and basically she said that her Her dad was diagnosed with cancer a few weeks ago and she met somebody in the face scrubbing and facebook group that also his her father was diagnosed with cancer at the same time so they just literally met through our facebook group and have been there for each other to through this process of having their you know and their prognosis is a really good so it wasn't it was really good and positive but it's still something really difficult to go through and they found each other through the podcast yeah and just hearing all of these stories like every girl had a story for us about how they met their friends they there was a group of fifteen of 'em that met through the podcast and it's just like Oh wild to see it in real life arguing with the girl who can fight it in new that she didn't have the courage and she got it from you yeah so this other shoes tall remember there's two of them are like two friends and they came up to so that her friend was talking around the other one was like Kinda whispering in my ear and I got really emotional about it because she basically said she wasn't she's never had the confidence to to say that she didn't want to have sex until she was ready and that listening to the podcast and like hearing me and my stance on it she said that made her vocal about that in her relationship now and she hasn't and she's like would never and she's like I am so happy and I feel so good and I never would have had the courage to do that how did not like her you stepping out like that was there a specific like just us saying that you have this philosophy and your life now is what inspired her was there a specific moment she didn't say specific I guess probably just that that's amazing I mean that's changing the world stuff yeah that's that's totally it was emotional I like almost started crying and then they're like you need to take your photo and I was like I know Mike with moving it so the thing with we both always like chat for a long time with every second I would have probably been there for a hundred they didn't keep it moving so I appreciate that yeah but it's just like sometimes you want to hear more and say more and it was very it was like all right picture and so you know like Kim was like we wanted to connect and it was moved I mean it was the timeframe we had so it was fine but yeah you know it was hard because Tony it'd be like whoa wait in like in the middle of the photo she's talking talking I mean there's people who like with the it's just it's so wild it's so it's just cool to know doing something like that that people are going to show up like they're so supportive and like I feel like they're they're not only for us but for each other like it's just really it's really cool community I can't say it enough like I the most proud of this podcast because of our listeners for sure so it was really cool it was like in power each other it's like the cooling it's just that's with the facebook group is is listed this show empowering each other literally alley enable to go and she was like I'm so sad I missing the scrubbers it's making me feel so good they really like fuel almost like they like fuel each other they fuel us like it's really there's another girl that came up and said she's been she's like I've been listening to the radio for ten years and I was like wow me and this she was like ten years ten years because I remember when you're in the back room and no eight yeah I was like Oh my God yeah I'm like I wanna cry is really cool and then we did a five hundred dollars shopping spree giveaway and there was literally a boxful like tons of pieces of paper whose name I pull guess whose name People's crystal who are social instagram in our twitter and does like so much for the podcast so and of course she's like the Swedish she's like I'll share it sweet sweet but it was crazy career yeah this big the fact that you've picked her name was kind of no wild so it was really fun thank you to everyone who has dot com I know a lot of people on the face grouper like Duke you know come to this city or whatever round Ryan now fueled up to do Atlanta so when I go to Atlanta the Los Angeles one it makes it easy for people to say like hey I live in l. a. l. listen to the podcast I need friends so I found out that there's an Atlanta one with like a pretty girthy number and I'm like why does that come the weekend and we can like the wire begging me unlike yeah I'll do it book a ticket the an issue for you there's too many people that want you to come to Atlanta because he had that scrubbing and group and literally every morning people call a kiss and say I'm in Atlanta I wanNA see guys when you come out every single day yes to everyone and then she gets there and there's not enough no names or seconds in the day she's a giver yes anything I was Gonna make like a dirty jokes tawny giver takes one to know one that's dirty in it okay let's move on how's the voting going for the for the scrubbing NBC nomination and actually been doing great I'm pleased yeah even boating market Heaven San's online well I feel a little weird because wine also nominated and I love scrubbing in but it's weird to vote for one over the other it's a conflict of interests see go no boats I remain neutral and that is what is wrong with America the what you just said what's wrong with our country ten Virginia and then ten or fifteen percent would just cancel each other but anyway we get the extra five yeah then I'd have to tell John I had an extra five battalion back and she'd be mad at me I love Jannine Mike Love you guys Geno I threw them all I've thrown them all about every podcast on their about except for one I think unlucky one because I liked I voted for the ones that were all women and then voted for the ones I listened to I think there's you're not GonNa win there's only one I don't listen to because that's not how you win by voting for other ones burner by the I'm just give her well we should mention our party yes yes so we're having a party on Thursday at the lobster and Santa Monica we're GonNa take photos cute food voting did people it's like the first thirty that RSVP via the email you have to email but then Tory we'll get back to you and then you have to confirm so just sending the email isn't going to do it because somebody will send in that email but they're not confirming confirm with Tori there for sure coming so there's still opportunity scrubbing in radio DOT COM if you want to be the lobster on Thursday and you know what would be awesome is if you sent that email in with maybe like a list of a bunch of emails that you could bring to the party so anyways in the email and then confirm one Tory respond so that you know that you're on there because there's limited limited smart I am concerned people might show up thinking they're getting in and they're not going to get in because they never responded right you've got to confirm firm confirmed twenty five dollars so it's it's almost they were confirmed as twenty five Oh wow okay so five spots left so get your spot overbooked because sometimes people don't like show up and stuff you guys I am their articles about me like having some thoughts on Miley Cyrus from last week's podcast I have some thoughts but I didn't I literally said all I was saying is you were saying if she gets attention or you know people make comments about it and I was just saying long as she's being giggling Becca Tilly had some thought wrote that what's the name okay I'll find out this is written by Mahara Bonner the hair bonner why did you capitalize thoughts being so public with Cody Simpson I was I was just implying like people are going to comment on your public with something and.