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Creative ways to sell your knowledge without creating a course
"Talking about the creative ways to sell your knowledge without keywords without creating a course because we've seen it. I hope you've seen it. There's a massive shift happening the self education world and if you can identify number one your area of expertise a number to learn how to craft your perfect offer. You are going to be able to go places and I mean we've been watching we've been talking to people. We've been seeing some unbelievably creative ways from our very own students. Joe We're wrapping about this just about fifteen minutes ago. So why don't you share with fire nation? And the screw family a couple of those. Thanks just a quick overview. Because I know we're going to get into it and even deeper way but we're talking online workshops. Virtual workshops in person workshops live events mastermind group. Trainings there really is an abundance of ways to creatively. Sell your knowledge without having to create a course because I've seen it you've seen it. Some people feel really overwhelmed at the idea of creating a course. How do I structure what I wanted to break up my modules? How do I structure my lessons with this process that we're going to be sharing? You don't even have to worry. I'll worry about that at all all you have to do. Is You know. Set An intention to share the knowledge. You do have whether that's your experience. Your Skills Hobby Passion. Something that you're really good at all you have to do is figure out a way to package and sell that and it does not have to be through. A Course Josh. Do WanNA share one that we've seen in our own business. Ns with some of our students. Yeah I would say that sometimes is not always necessary to create a course in fact a lot of people get more value out of luck with Joe. Kind of said. Like more in person workshops like Even like virtual workshops that kind of stuff as opposed to a cost. A lot of people don't end up following through and completing it. And so when you have like these more shorter workshops it's like there's people have committed to show up to a the data that day whatever however long ago spoil and they're gonNA make sure they get older value out of during that time and so one really good example of that is a student allows science. Magnus Magnus is a mandolin. Plays really good Mandolin. Plan by the way you're not on the Mandolin is kind of like A. It's like an either. He's like a cross between a guitar and like a ukulele basically And so when I met Magnus. He started a membership. Saad and the membership side is just people pay monthly. And I think it's about like twenty dollars a month and they paid to like get access to like you know some of these lessons. He does like live car chain within that membership and then I told Magnus I said look. I think it's fantastic. You have this membership. But also I think there's a way you also highest Longa and more indepth virtual workshops. So he's a really good execute and so he went out and he just went out to his audience and he said. Hey WanNa hurt is this virtual workshop. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa teach you guys like these codes on the Mandolin. Over the course of a couple of hours drive and so from that straightaway at eleven people sign up to that virtual workshop and so he's a really good example of someone who's just taken the skill right. He's not he's not like outbid getting paid he's the top Mandolin player in the world. And he's getting paid like millions of dollars. That's not the case Ryan. So we had to create this himself so he took knowledge any. Put it together package it together sci-fi right now in the palm of monthly membership and this incredible virtual workshop. Which he's GonNa he's GonNa do. Rn Arbor again. So I know on a you have some examples to of of some people that you guys have worked with Incisa creating some unique ways of packaging and selling their knowledge to but endo but to button. Quick it's okay you still warthogs is all good. Do you want to build this one thing? That Josh touched on that. I think is so clutch That not a lot of people talk about his with online courses. We all know that course. Completion rates can be pretty abysmal in our space. But what I love about. These virtual workshops and Josh only told the example of Magnus but we also hosted a workshop called ship to six workshop. We just wanted a way to get this content out there and we did not want to create a whole course at this point in our business. We're kind of over creating courses. It's not something that were hell bent on. And but we wanted a way to get this out there and Josh said well I'm just GONNA host virtual workshop and it. Was you know three plus hours but the beauty of that was everyone completed it? Everyone showed her like. We have like ninety. Something percent show operate. Most people stayed to the end which means they consumed the whole thing which means you had the captive attention of people for three hours straight plus and they got the maximum value out of it plus they got replacing all that stuff. They got to ask questions. That just doesn't happen inside an online course. You know what I mean. Most people are like. Oh you know I'll get to it when I have more time or when I have space to actually focus on this and so they shelve it and it sits in their inbox collecting dust. But what I love about these virtual workshops. Is You get real time interaction with these people and you get to teach them your knowledge and you get answered their questions and you get to keep their captive attention ways that you just can't do with that of course. Of course you have to do in your. Pj's as well how you know by the way Joe Button I get to button for a second too because I do want to bring up a point on this topic as we used to have two courses. We used to be running podcasts as parents who flagship course and Webinar on fire and we did webinars fire for a couple of years and then canine looked each other. We're like man. It is so much work running two different courses right now having to updates and all this different stuff we really feel like this is through six and a half years of experience now of running podcasts paradise. If you're GONNA do a course right. You're really capped at once. You're capped at one if you want to do a course right so then even if you do have of course you've got explored different ways. And that's why can't I have been doing things like Porto Palooza having hosting masterminds down here which actually does lead to kate coming in here insurance pretty soon kate. No more buttons are promised. You're up do you even understand the amount of patients that I have. I think we understand it next level. That was okay jinx. You guys can't talk until I'm finished. No I'm just teasing. I'm actually like so anxious to jump any or just because you guys have been saying so many things where I'm like those things like Josh. You made mention of how you know. The the impact on worshiped and stuff. It doesn't have to create like massive millions of dollars right like when you think about the type of business that you want to run and that involves like being in person watching transformations happen within a couple of hours like that is so incredibly powerful and so I mean if you really take a step back and you think like how can I make the biggest impact in the shortest amount of time. We've seen it over and over and over in person. John you mentioned Puerto Palooza. I'm even thinking of like so. We have podcasters paradise rate us. Incredible online courses amazing facebook community. We did a one day workshop on the beginning part of podcast movement. When you're we had a room full of sixty people that signed up for that podcasting workshop and it was so amazing to have people in the room where we're literally walking through stops being able to answer questions lifetime and we were literally just taking the knowledge that we already have around podcasting and getting to share that with people together in a room dot space create so much magic and so much maps of impact for the people who are there. We've seen this with a ton of our students and I'll go back to Porto Palooza again. We've had We've had a couple of repeats. Quarter Palooza the very first year that we hold out mastermind down here in Puerto Rico Travis. Came down and traveled. Travis was talking about S- amazing idea that he had for a podcast about networking how to build your network and he has not only successfully built that podcast and a community around it. But he's now branched out into hosting in-person mastermind. I think it was like a year and a half ago and Travis got a couple of handfuls of people to join him for an IM- person mastermind John in Bali where he created this platform this space for people to come together to talk about different ideas that they want to implement in their business how to up their networking game. How you know what honestly sometimes as just about giving people exactly that space because when you're at home and you're like diving into all these different projects and life is happening. Of course every single day giving people the space where they can kind of disconnect from that in order to really reconnect with their business and their mission and our vision that can be so super powerful too so Chavez is not only not mastermind down in Bali he continues to create new masterminds where he picks different spots around the world to bring people together for these in person events he has other in person masterminds where he does a build your network dynasty mastermind where he helps people learn how to connect with people how to you know get the heroes in the mentors in their lives like into their world in a way that they can then take that and go impact other people. I mean John You talk about the ripple effect all the time and dot is just the beauty of something like this when you take the knowledge that you already have share it with a group of people and either a virtual or impersonal setting. Then you equip those people to go teach that to other people too. Yeah can I jump in here is while I wanNA share another really good example because what I what I really want to get across here? Is that? It's actually really easy to get going with this as well right like you know. Magnus for example. He decided Youtube Channel. I'm playing songs on the Mandolin. And people started following him and they were like teach me how to play and he was like okay. Cool he is how to play and then he is much. It cost to join ride and other good example. That is Caitlin and Jessica There were they were teaches than Ilunga teach anymore because they're earning a lot more from their knowledge business but they were literary teaches and so during the summer break on and if you guys noticed teachers don't really get paid a lot and over the summer break. They don't get paid at all and so they would put on these In person workshops with teaches and they would teach them essentially like how to teach their kids literary class writing like writing and stuff like that and so that was how they first got started and it was great for them like they just bought in like ten fifteen twenty different teaches at a time that would high like one hundred dollars two hundred dollars like bay there and they would teach them and then from there. That will like wow like. I wonder if we can take this on the Internet on if you can take this on the road and really really exploited and like they just launched a program Earlier this year off and they made like a one hundred. Fifteen thousand dollars Where they're selling like a program to teaches online is actually really incredible. What's happening sound lesson plans so lesson plan? Yeah it's just so or another couple that comes to mind yakult Serena from the grape unknown and they host virtual wine tastings like. There's just so much that is a grave
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
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"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on WEEI
"And the reason I paid is. Because I don't know if you guys noticed you'll see you would have seen a whole kind of coming down throughout the day. So it was it ended up closing. I think at fifty five we took pretty sharp on the under throughout we actually had one good customer bed. One hundred fifteen thousand dollars on the under in the game. So he was obviously on the right died from the first play. However, all the public folks, you're gonna you're probably asking, well, why did you guys need the under? If you took all these under bets, it's because the amount of money, we're parlays to the Rams money line and over and over. Totally was like, you know, he's totally so much larger than even these one hundred fifteen thousand dollar that's on the under. And there were so many parlays that had the over in them that as soon as it went under. We couldn't lose because the parlays would've all been beaten. So that that kind of kind of the novice the novice better type of thing to do interesting. So there's something to learn for next year in the Super Bowl. If you guys are are paying attention to the such a thing. All right. Just before you go, obviously now with football going well for a couple of months, unfortunately, gone the futures for next year's Super Bowl. Do you guys have the chiefs as the favorite to win at all? Yeah, he's the favorite to win at all. And they've won the most they've won they've received the most best far. So that she threw the favorite to win at all. And they're tied right now with the Pat, so those are your kind of your favorites. I'm looking at the at the numbers as we speak. So you've got the pats and the chiefs at the top, and then you know, right behind them. You've got the ramp six two one seven two one. Where are they? Seven and a half and eight for the seven and a half and eight respectively for the chiefs in the past seven and a half and eight respectively, and then Rams, and then is there a drop off? Or is it just kind of consistently down nine to one ten to one. As you go down there you've got. So you've got the pass it a chief at seven and a half Patrick by going to move to seven to one today to be honest with you. And then you've got the bears are kinda right there as well. Lingering. The bears are at thirteen to one you know, the Steelers at fifteen to one, but you know, your odds on favorites. The only single-digit team are the Rams sheets and patriots interesting. All right. Well, Jason this was a unbelievable fund year. One for being where we are here at C J T at the palms. But also with all the information. You guys have provided to us. We're going to talk to you now from time to time. Okay. Won't be as consistently won't be three times a week. But once we get back to football, we'll pick that back up again. But really appreciate all the time. All the information. It was a ton of fun to get behind the counter to see what you guys are doing this year. Absolutely, Matt thanks and look forward talking to March madness pretty soon. Absolutely. Thanks so much Jason symbol on the rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans hotline, joining us from CG technology February's a tough month. There really is a tough month, man. But before we do that. Let's get to our daily automotive. Chip, Mike Irving's got it for you. Thanks to our friends at cheap. Hi, this is my cursing. What's on automotive? Brought to you by the great pitching. You know when I was a kid. I remember going out with my dad before a big freeze. And checking the antifreeze in our cars back in the sixties antifreeze or coolant had to be changed every year. In this era. Most people don't even think.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on WWL
"Real normal normal plus a little because you had a lot of debt. Wow. A little bit of everything. Living the American nightmare. And three and a half years ago. Some kind of a switch flipped what happened. Well, it goes further back than that. Which is pretty normal for people you talk to. But I wanted you to know how much of a change you're making an our legacy. My parents were really bad with money. As a matter of fact, they declared bankruptcy twice before. I left the house while and at the age of twenty four I declared bankruptcy. Wow. Because that's what I knew. And so really when I hit rock bottom. There was a switch, and I started studying budgeting and things like that. I haven't heard of you yet. A couple years later, we got married and a few years later, we had some friends sell a truck was fairly brand new. And so it was shocking to us. And we ask them why? And that's when we heard about you around the same time. We also found out that it was going to be very difficult for us to have kids. And so we learned we probably going to have to do in vitro. And we also learned that we had all the stuff that we wanted to pay off. And so we had to balance cash flowing several rounds of in vitro along with paying on stats. Also. In addition, the 174 you've done some of that. I said Ben in the hospital a lot doctors. Yeah. Oh, wow. What a process unbelievable so three and a half years ago. Exactly there. What happened that kicks you into this high gear because that's when it took off, right, right? I got I think what we had kids. We didn't know how long she'd still be working. We wanted to make sure we were in a place where we'd be comfortable on just my income. And so that was a lot of it for me at least. Started listening to the show or what happened. Yeah. We went through financial peace university. We bought the DVD is. Listen to your podcast, a lot got fired up about it or you. Did you paid off a ton of debt? I mean, you were fired up the numbers show it. Yeah. Time. Thank you, very proud of you. Well done you've got to feel great. Do you? Awesome supplied neat place to be. I mean like a relief. Yeah. So it's a weight off our shoulders. Yeah. I feel like I stopped a chain. That was going in a really bad way for my kids. You did you broke a family curse? I did. We did. And that can be done. We have the right? And we have the right to choose. And we can choose. Yep. We're not doing that anymore like that. And here we go good for you well done. So what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt as one hundred seventy four thousand paid off in three and a half years? You're an expert. Yeah. Just sticking with it. I think continually reminding yourself of your goals, we re listened to the CD's several times throughout the process. We kept listening to your podcasts to keep that that goal in mind. That was a big part for us. Also pain your tightening that when you're showing the Lord that you're willing to sacrifice he will open up avenues for you. You don't even have any idea can open. Well, I mean, you take one hundred fifteen thousand dollar income to two hundred thirty thousand I think there's tithing. I'd is a good idea. Right. Yeah. He does bless you. He does bless you. Once you show that you can handle the blessings. Absolutely. So very well done when you're faithful in the little things you'll be given more to manage good for you guys who were your biggest cheerleaders. Our kids. We were very involved. A couple of people tell us that they couldn't do it. But good for us that mostly we had people around us who has parents were really supportive. His brother's. Everyone is pretty supportive of us. Cool. So how many kids we have four four. Wow. Yeah. So it worked. Time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. Well, they're beautiful. They're just showing a picture of the new to feed testing, very fun. So what are their ages? We have nine year old twins girl. And then ivy's five just started kindergarten. And Camden is to he thinks his name is Bubba that his name is Camden. I love it. Very good. Well, congratulations. You guys very proud of you. We got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you, retire inspired. And that is the next chapter in your story that debt chapters closed permanently on this family. You broke it. And now we're going to open another chapter and say millionaire status you'll be there. No time with his income and no debt and outrageously generous along the way. I suspect you might end up paying for in vitro for somebody someday. Good idea that could happen. You'll have some extra money laying around you go. I'm just going to do that. That's pretty cool. You guys are special. I'm proud of you. Congratulations evident Kara, Houston, Texas, one hundred and seventy four thousand paid off three and a half years one hundred fifteen to one hundred to two thirty and income count it down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one. Well done well done. Man..
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Real normal normal plus a little because you had a lot of debt. Wow. A little bit of everything. Living the American nightmare. And three and a half years ago. Some kind of a switch flipped what happened. Well, it goes further back than that, which is pretty normal for people you talked to. But I wanted you to know how much of a change you're making an our legacy. My parents were really bad with money. As a matter of fact, they declared bankruptcy twice before. I left the house while and at the age of twenty four I declared bankruptcy. Wow. Because that's what I knew. And so really when I hit rock bottom. There was a switch, and I started studying budgeting and things like that. I hadn't heard of you yet. A couple years later, we got married and a few years later, we had some friends sell a truck was fairly brand new. And so it was shocking to us. And we ask them why? And that's when we heard about you around the same time. We also found out that it was going to be very difficult for us to have kids. And so we learned we probably going to have to do in vitro. And we also learned that we had all this stuff that we wanted to pay off. And so we had to balance cash flowing several rounds of in vitro along with paying off this stats. Also, an additional one seventy four you've done some of that I've been in the hospital. A lot. Yeah. Wow. What a process unbelievable so three and a half years ago. Exactly there what happened kicks you into this high gear because that's when it took off, right, right? I got I think what we had kids. We didn't know how long she'd still be working. We want to make sure we were in a place where we'd be comfortable on just my income. And so that was a lot of it for me at least. Kinda started listening to the show or what happened. Yeah. We went through financial peace university. We bought the DVD. And listen to your podcast a lot and got fired up about it. So you did you paid off a ton of debt? I mean, you were fired up the numbers show it. Yeah. It's time. Thank you. Very proud of you. Well done you gotta feel great. Do you? Yes. Plate neat place to be. I mean, like a relief to weight off our shoulders. Very yeah. I feel like I stopped a chain. That was going in a really bad way for my kids. You did you broke a family curse? That can be done. We just have we have the right? We have the right to choose. And we can choose what we're not doing that anymore. Right. There's like that. And here we go good for you well done. So what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt as one hundred seventy four thousand paid off in three and a half years? You're an expert. Yeah. Just sticking with it. I think continually reminding yourself of your goals, we re listen to the CDs. Several times throughout the process. We kept listening to your podcasts to keep that that goal in mind. Oh that was a big part for us. Also, paying your timing us that when you're showing the Lord that you're willing to sacrifice he will open up avenues for you. You don't even have any idea can open. Well, I mean, you take one hundred fifteen thousand dollar income to two hundred thirty thousand I think there's tithing. I'd is a good idea. Right. Yeah. He does bless you. He does bless you. Once you show that you can handle the blessings. Absolutely. So very well done. Yeah. When you're faithful in the little things, you'll be given more to manage good for you guys who were your biggest cheerleaders. Who are our kids were very involved. Yeah. We had a couple of people tell us that they couldn't do it. But good for us mostly. We had people around us who has parents were really supportive. His brother's. Everyone is pretty supportive of us. Cool. So how many kids we have four four. Wow. Yeah. So it worked. Yeah. Yeah. We had a couple that didn't. Yeah. Wow. Well, they're beautiful. They're just showing a picture of the PLO feeds testing, very fun. So what are their ages? We have nine year old twins girl. And then ivy's five just started kindergarten. And Camden is to he thinks his name is Bubba. But his name is Camden. I love it. Very good. Well, congratulations you. Yeah. Very proud of you. We got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you, retire inspired. And that is the next chapter in your story that debt chapters closed permanently on this family. You broke it. And now we're going to open another chapter and say millionaire status you'll be there. No time with his income and no debt and be outrageously generous along the way. I suspect you might end up paying for in vitro for somebody someday. Good idea that could happen. You'll have some extra money laying around you go. I'm just gonna do that. That's pretty cool. You guys are special. I'm proud of you. Congratulations evident CARA, Houston, Texas, one hundred and seventy four thousand paid off three and a half years one hundred fifteen to one hundred to two thirty and income count it down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one..
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"The off fitness challenge. You see the co laws started with humble beginnings out of one hundred fifteen thousand dollar home in bartlesville, Oklahoma for anybody out there who says, Birtles Phil, I partial Bartle. What bartlesville yet. Bartos BART l. e. s. bartlesville Oklahoma, they started their business now bartlesville Oklahoma, just to educate our listeners out there is I know that the the vast majority of our hundreds of thousands of listeners are not in Oklahoma. Bartlesville has a population of about thirty five thousand people, and it used to be a booming town because of the oil and gas industry. So it's like a small town with an oddly has skyscrapers. It's sort of a weird. It's like a small town that has these mansions in it doesn't make any sense. And so they started co, law fitness out of one hundred fifteen thousand dollar home and Charles. I want to get your take on this before you left bartlesville. Where are you now live in a in a beautiful home Newton close to the Tulsa area. Before you left bartlesville how many members did you have approximately at your bartlesville location because there are thirty five thousand people that live in the town Howdy members. Did you have approximately at your gym? Well, we had gotten to point where we're my. I started it. We were like writing goals like can we get a three hundred people that's like an actually pay my rent, bright and you have one machine and I worked sixteen hours a day and I trained every client cleaned it and painted it on the weekends. So that was the start actually started in my house and then moved into those strip center. But we eventually got to around three thousand members. So one does just this one out of ten people in the city. Basically ten percent of the city. Maybe someone says, watch it exaggeration. Okay. Eight percent of the city approximately based upon the estimated population of bartlesville eight percent of the city was a member of your gym, and it wasn't because you had a big idea and it wasn't because you were motivated and it wasn't because you were in alignment that you found your true purpose. It was because you've got started. Once you learn what to do, you got started. So like for you to teach us a little bit about entrepreneurship in a little bit about fitness, why do we eventually have to start once we get the education? Why do people have such a hard time starting? How do you get more people motivated to start in fitness and what their business? I mean, talk to me about, Why's it so hard to take the first step the mountain? Well, most people, they're, they're afraid of failure and they have their core values. Our safety and security, and Robert kiyosaki has a book out that's called rich dad, poor dad, right book, great book to start with if you're looking into entrepreneurship or trying to get yourself out of. The rut of time,.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"One eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number let me just say what what i take away from this i i i end up with a couple of explanations why think it it is possible to explain why it is that black men have a tougher time than black women and part of it the the easiest point to make would be well it could be a cultural imagery in other words people do not tend to be afraid of black women but of course there is a great deal of fear some of it of course racially generated a black men are why they're black women yes occasionally are shot by police officers but if you talk about any of the shootings it's overwhelmingly male by the way white males more often than black males but still it's male with us are in news i'm val deore is this one person or are now copycats getting involved in the explosions in austin officials have confirmed that an incendiary device on a bomb was founded goodwill store within the last hour and it is not related to the prior bombings they say so far to have been killed several others injured austin police say they've responded to more than twelve hundred calls in the last couple of weeks from people worried about suspicious packages there is now a one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward for information minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an unarmed australian woman in july and it's after she called nine one one report a possible crime behind her home well that officer charged today with murder and manslaughter officer mohammad nores turned himself in over the death of forty year old justin dimond start margaret today the dow closing up one hundred sixteen to twenty four thousand seven twentyseven nasdaq up twenty four this is sr news larry elder a washington dc through the county memories apologized to the jewish community for blaming snowfall jewish bankers who control our climate there's a piece that appeared in cnbc co authored by three economists tariffs are really high a california sacramento high school teacher was placed on paid administrative leave because she dared ways whether the school would have been so accommodating if student wanted to walk out to protest abortion on.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"A higher level of sophistication a higher level of skill and so now what we are imploring the community to do if you see any suspicious object or item that looks out of place do not even approach it but instead call nine one one and report that to the police department so we can send folks out the check that and ensure that it is safe donnas one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward offered for information on this case and these agents are speaking using the media to talk right to the bomb shit about this is the bomber is sunday's packages throughout austin and we can tell that he's using fedex because that's what happened overnight one of those bombs went off and how can you imagine working in that fedex facility or working in any fedex facility right now in texas or really anywhere because you don't know where those bombs are coming from i would be scared to death to work at on the other hand if you don't give enough detail then people don't know what to look for in the trip wire is new and were have we learned about tripwires before well that takes us all the way back to ireland if you look at the bombs and the bombs that were built in iraq and afghanistan if you look at those bombs a lot of those bombers lorne how to build those bombs from the people's republic of ireland it's one of the reasons why we have agents and a lot of people in our military go to ireland to learn more about the bombs that were being built in that were being used against our soldiers marine airmen and sailors on foreign battlefields and what we know now is this particular bomber is able to kind of change his stripes which tells us does he have an fbi background does he have a law enforcement background does he have a military background and what we haven't heard here we haven't heard terrorism even though he is creating terror it now we haven't heard that and typically if it was al qaeda or if it was some terror group and there's hundreds of them now throughout the middle east hundreds of them and some were just ten fifteen twenty terrorists in a cell but there's hundreds of a nobody so far step forward and began to take credit for this.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"City townhall dot com offense police chiefs as the two men injured in the most recent bombing in the texas capitol riding are pushing bicycles when the explosive detonated the fourth bob and austin is different but police say they believe a serial bomber is attacking their city fourth time this month advice exploded in austin texas what makes sunday's blast different is that the device was left on the side of the road triggered by a tripwire to whiten were injured walking by interesting because the other three bombs exploded at homes of minorities which had some thinking this was racial in total to victims have been killed now four injured police you're hoping one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward will lead to an arrest and some peace found your reporting president trump is adding a new lawyer to his legal team the rush investigation one week after denying a new york times story that he was expanding his legal team the president has tapped former us attorney joe digenova to join the team later this week the geneva has been an outspoken trump defender he has publicly discussed what he believes is a brazen plot to exonerate hillary clinton in the email investigation and to frame president trump with a falsely created crime greg clugston the white house energy secretary rick perry appears before a senate hearing tuesday to discuss next year's budget even as the senate closes in this week on finalizing a massive spending bill to round out the rest of the current fiscal year it's begun working on next year's budget when energy secretary rick perry appears before the senate energy and natural resources committee he will outline the trump administration's budget request of thirty point six billion dollars that figure represents a slight increase in the department's budget but it also includes big cuts to some civilian energy programs topping the list cuts to the office of energy efficiency and renewable energy linda kenyon washington a rough day on wall.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward remains in place as police and federal authorities investigate four bombings in and around austin texas the latest yesterday evening retired atf assistant director mike bouchard says investigators cannot get tunnel vision and trying to find a motive to kill people its homicide and it's a bombmaking whatever the person's doing for is relevant you don't have to prove the motive in these kind of cases which are trying to do is catch a murderer someone who's trying to kill injure other innocent people the fourth and latest blast was triggered along a street by nearly invisible tripwire neighbor adam mcguinness says he heard the trip wire blast but didn't realize it was an explosion until they saw the news the next day i was reading out on my back porch i heard the blast it sounded like with my brain told me as a large gun blast but i just i thought it was some kind of transformer that blew and didn't really think too much of it afterwards two people have been killed in the explosions stocks took a huge hit with the dow down three hundred thirty six points and the nasdaq lower by one hundred thirty eight when it was revealed that accompany cambridge analytics improperly harvested information from fifty million facebook users former cambridge analytics employees chris wiley told nbc's today show the organization's goal was to spread information that wasn't necessarily true i think what's really important for people to understand is that cambridge analytic was birthed out of a company called seal group which is a military contractor based in london this data was used to create profiling algorithms that would allow us to explore mental vulnerabilities of people once again the dow down by three hundred thirty six points to twenty four thousand six.
"He's one step ahead": Officials frustrated after latest Austin explosion
"The dow down five hundred points during the day it did recover at the closing bell to just three hundred and thirty six down that is a one of the third percent drop nasdaq dropping nearly two percent that is the steepest loss in six weeks the us will see its first interest rate decision under the new fed chair jerome powell it's on tuesday after he ended to investors that he is open to lifting interest rates four times this year i'm andy field abc news or money news in thirty minutes there's been another explosion in austin and the fourth and less than a month this time possibly detonated by a wire the police chief says they believe these incidents may be connected abc news chief correspondent pierre thomas had the latest on that this afternoon february fully sweeping austin texas after a fourth explosion rocked her home in less than twenty days authorities responding to a blast potentially caused by a trip wire detonation entering two men in their twenties both rushed to an area hospital police extending lockdown urging residents within a mile and a half radius to stay in their home even school bus will not be able to access the affected areas this latest incident comes seventeen days after the first reported explosion just a few miles away police have now followed up on more than seven hundred phone calls about suspicious packages in the austin area the blast triggered just six and a half hours after the austin police department offered one hundred fifteen thousand dollars for any tips leading to the arrest of a suspect austin police say the bombings which killed two people and have now entered for others were meant to send a message the packages using these attacks were designed to look innocent unassuming abc news learning the bombs were built using nuts bolts nails and metal pieces s shrapnel that's pierre thomas reporting tragedy for cirque du soleil thirty eight year old cirque du soleil performer yawn are no was partway through his act saturday night something goes terribly wrong are no plummeting to the hard stage below no matt's or safety nets to break his fall he was taken to a.
Pedestrian killed by self-driving Uber car in Arizona, police say
"This bill next month monica rix kfi news zuber has suspended self driving vehicle program after one of its cars hit and killed a pedestrian in tempe arizona police say the vehicle was an auto mode with the driver behind the wheel when a woman walking outside of crosswalk was hit overnight uber has been testing the self driving vehicles in tempe and phoenix for months uber says on twitter it is fully fully cooperating with the investigation and expressed condolences to the family of the victim believes in austin texas says it looks like all four bombings in the past three weeks could be related the latest bomb went off last night in a different part of the city hurting to people atf agent frederic milnes cow ski so unlike the past three which looked like passages packages rather this one used a trip wires changes things it's more sophisticated it's not targeted to individuals were very concerned that with trip wires a child could be walking down the sidewalk and hit something the latest bomb went off shortly after officials announced an increased reward of one hundred fifteen thousand dollars for info leading to an arrest the pga tour set to begin the dell matchplay championship in west austin this week it's a security advisers are working closely with local police to keep players and fans safe the championship starts wednesday last through sunday is being held at the austin country club authorities believe the attacks are the.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on WGTK
"A one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward for information leading to what they're calling a serial bomber who's terrorizing the city of austin texas two people were seriously injured in yet another blast last night austin police chief brian manley tells me tv the cause of yesterday's blast remains unconfirmed but it may have been a trip wire is very possible that this device wasn't device that was activated by someone either handling kicking you're coming in contact with a trip wire activated the device fbi special agent in charge christopher comb says they want to talk to the bomber or bombers we have people here to talk to him the profile is you hear from quantico they're interested in talking to the bomber agents here from all different kinds of squads anxious to talk to him to try to understand what why is he doing this over has suspended all of its self driving testing monday after what's believed to be the first fatal pedestrian crash involving the vehicles authorities say forty nine year old elaine hertzberg was walking outside a crosswalk late sunday in tempe arizona suburb of phoenix when she was hit stocks took a huge hit with the dow down three hundred thirty six points today when it was revealed that a company cambridge analytica improperly harvested information from fifty million facebook users former cambridge analytica employee chris wiley told nbc's today show the organization's goal was to spread information that wasn't necessarily true i think what's really important for people to understand is that cambridge analytic was birthed out of a company called seal group which is a military contractor based in london this data was used to create profiling algorithms that would allow us to explore mental vulnerabilities of people once again the dow was down by three hundred thirty six points to twenty four thousand six eleven the nasdaq dropped one hundred thirty eight more on these stories at townhall dot com do you have money.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Jamie west tomorrow morning at five forever zone is morning news on ktar news there have been now four explosions in the austin area police are tirelessly canvassing neighborhoods and going through security footage urge urging residents to stay inside richard harrington lives in the neighborhood where the most recent blast happened yesterday what can i do this in fort reason i have no idea police chief brian manley has announced a one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward and ask the bomber to turn himself in the bombings have killed two people the most recent bomb was triggered by a tripwire seriously hurting to men the first three attacks used package bombs left on people's doorsteps and they killed two people and injured two others a woman is dead after she hit a was hit by a self driving uber vehicle in tempe early this morning it happened near curry and mill avenue police say the uber was in autonomous mode but there was an operator behind the wheel to take over in an emergency the woman was apparently hit and killed as she was crossing a street outside of a crosswalk uber says the company is fully cooperating with police and at the moment it suspended testing of its self driving vehicles in several cities including here in the valley the first lawsuit has been filed in connection to last week's deadly bridge collapse in miami court documents say marquees hepburn was severely injured when a car swerving swerving to avoid the falling bridge hit hepburn and knocked him off his bike attorney matt morgan promised.
Austin explosions: ‘Serial bomber’ hunted after tripwire sets off 4th blast
"Wine and more komo seattle komo fm oakville what's happening now we're coming up junction sites could soon be banned in the county with the highest drug addiction rate i'm corwin hake with the case for and against deputies let go now they're suing i'm brian calvert with the he said he said that's come to a head in pierce county those stories and much more as well as of course traffic on the fours every ten minutes on the fours and looked forecast at the last day of winter it's all coming up here now live to abc at nine o'clock from abc news i'm scott goldberg officials believe trip wire may have triggered the latest explosion in austin texas seriously injuring two men and they say there appear to be similarities between this attack and three others this month we are clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point police chief brian manley he says the most recent victims were walking along the side of the road when they accidentally set off the explosion last night police are asking for surveillance video from nearby homes and there is a one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward being offered for information leading to an arrest students are back at florida international university less than a week after that deadly pedestrian bridge collapse on the first day back from spring break hearts are heavy fau president mark rosenberg asking students staff and the community to reflect on the six lives lost at one forty seven the moment the pedestrian bridge plunged to the ground last thursday join us forever you are keep the victims and the families in your thoughts it'll be a blood drive on the campus tomorrow and a vigil wednesday this afternoon in orlando attorneys for one of the victims injured in the.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And traffic now good morning i'm jim sharpe you're listening to morning news here's what's coming up yet another explosion as her two more people at austin latest on an overnight attack on an airasia dps trooper and the future of the state fairgrounds could be in jeopardy now our top story here's jayme west the police chief in austin texas has the latest bombing to hit the city was detonated by a trip wire showing a different level of skill ktar jim cross is live with the very latest jamie a news conference in the past thirty minutes now we're learning that five hundred agents federal investigators in austin texas working on this after the city's fourth explosion less than three weeks to men hurt last night in the blast set off by a trip wire connected to the device austin police chief brian manley says it's trip wire that makes us different from the previous three explosions although they have similarities each of these two people were killed earlier this month two others hurt one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward now offered for information leading new arrests will bring this to an end in austin texas live in the news center cross ktar news eight thirty two and here's detour dan in the ktar traffic center thank you sir we got a wreck on the northbound one zero one price this morning it's at warner it's off left against the median wall and all lanes are open now have been blocking hov lane for awhile that's why you're in a little backup there from the two zero two santan up to warner once you get by that crash though for the one on one looks good all the way through mason up into tempe and in the scottsdale ula great there is a stall vehicle indian school eastbound east of sixty third avenue that's got the number one left lane blocked and we do have an earlier crash clearing stages westbound i ten the seventeenth stack it's in the gore point to the ramp to the seventeen so it's not really blocking anything here either we do unfortunately still have brake lights coming down the fifty one though northern down to the ten mini stack an eight.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Appropriately and thoroughly and you know as as you look at it i mean the first explosion was you know in the northern suburbs the second explosion you know closer looks to be you know basically northeast of downtown austin the looks like the third one sort of southeast of downtown austin and this one now the fourth explosion south west of of of of downtown austin in a suburban area called sunset valley so if they believe they are related than this is you know a bomber that is you know either it's you know either they haven't figured out what the tie in is or it's completely random and and again when we look at this one not on a porch but basically on the roadside right you have to you know i i think one of the things you have to look at his you know is it just random at this at this point right and i think the austin police department doubling their fifty thousand dollar reward to one hundred thousand add the governor's fifteen thousand bricks racing that to one hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward is probably also indicative of of them wanting to you know get us much more information and and and and find this person as fast as possible and that makes you wonder with reaching out to the suspect with doubling the reward are they indeed lacking evidence right now pointing in any one direction in terms of a person that might be of interest this is red eye radio on westwood one join the conversation using their hotline eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine red.
Chemical weapons inspectors arrive in UK for tests on nerve agent
"The prohibition of chemical weapons is expected in britain on monday to examine a nerve agent used a poison a russian double agent and his daughter on march fourth npr's joanna kakissis has more from london british foreign secretary voice johnson says the results of the investigation should be out in the next two weeks he told the bbc that russia has been stockpiling the soviet era nerve agent called novacek to use an assassination britain is expelling twentythree russian intelligence agents over the souls very poisoning russia denies involvement and is retaliating by kicking out twentythree british diplomats joanna kakissis reporting there was a fourth explosion in austin texas sunday night injuring two men their injuries were described as serious but not lifethreatening three earlier package bombs killed two people and injured two others austin's police chief is repeating calls for residents not to handle unexpected packages the reward for information now stands at one hundred fifteen thousand dollars this is npr news the syrian regimes bloody military offensive in eastern gouda has now fractured rebel control of the area as ruth sherlock reports syrian president bashar al assad was shown visiting part of the recaptured territory full maced five years the rebels in eastern groups have posed a key threats to the syrian regime so those wanting to see the overthrow of president bashar assad these thousands of militiamen living just miles from the presidential palace was seen as the best hope today the rebels grip on eastern gupta is shrinking the syrian army and its allies have pushed deep into the area prairie she media reports that the president himself has visited a newly captured part of eastern gutter they published photos of a serene and confident asset smiling for selfish with men in uniform to a backdrop of destroyed buildings the claim comes as one of the main rebel factions in the area has agreed to negotiate an end to the fighting ruth sherlock npr news vladimir putin rolled to a reelection victory sunday for six more years as russia's president there had been no doubt putin would win his fourth election he faced seven minor candidates in his most prominent fo was black from the ballot a total of forty five us trade associations are urging president trump not to.
Another explosion in Austin
"Oakville abc news i'm dave packer in austin this our people are being told to stay home another explosion following deadly package bomb explosions in recent weeks austin police chief brian manley we have to victims have been transported to hospital with what we understand right now are nonlifethreatening injuries abc's jim ryan is in texas with an update on what we're hearing from officials three package explosions that have happened in austin so far this month two of them were fatal and even as police were trying to put together clues about those incidents one more explosion happened on sunday two men in their twenty s were taken to the hospital for treatment it comes at the end of the south by southwest music series one person was arrested during that event for emailing a threat a bomb threat that turned out to be a hoax one hundred fifteen thousand dollars is being offered for information leading to an arrest through two different reward funds adam schiff the top democrat on the house intelligence committee saying sunday that members of congress need to speak up about the importance of the special counsels russia investigation before there was a constitutional crisis many figuring from the president's incendiary tweets implying bias by robert mueller staff over the weekend that he's preparing to fire him abc's tariff myriad at the white house has consistently undermine the investigation but this latest direct shot at muller comes as lead attorney is calling for the case to be shutdown lawmakers on both sides of the aisle warning trump that firing muller we'll have severe consequences for the white house repeatedly saying there are no plans to fire muller president trump's plan to combat opioid drug addiction nationwide calls for stiffer penalties for drug traffickers including the death penalty where appropriate under current law that from andrew brim berg the president's policy director bladder mir putin rose to a crushing reelection victory on sunday for six more years as russia's president his fourth electoral contest you're listening to abc news i'm nick soboleski a selectquote agent with a true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"Here back with deal on money if you've got a financial question give us a holler ask jill at jilun money dot com richard rights we made a decision to take ten percent at of our one hundred fifteen thousand dollar t i a grefe account in r t a t i a side and put it into our stock accounts so here's the deal when you have ti a craft and you're in the teachers annuity side t i a if you wanna move stuff over to the to the kraft side i think you have to do it over the course of nine or ten years i think it's ten years so i'm richard took ten percent of it m moved it over to the stock accounts and instead of leaving it in a four percent annual account thought we'd better have a better chance to make more money well we'll see here's the beauty of ti i a t i a that account is a very very high fixed account so it's okay i mean i i don't have a problem with that at all but i really would want to know more about the rest of your financial life because ti's has such a good strong rate that had rather find in us may be something else in your financial life may be an old irish aaa or roth that could be your stock position but we'll see you can send us more information kevin rights would you be better off rolling money from a divorce into a traditional or a roth ira okay so when you get divorced and there's a retirement account there's something called a cuadra a qualified domestic relations order and if you're getting that money through a quadrille it first has to go because i'm presuming it's already pretax money right so that would go from a cuadra in to say your own ira account then if you converted into a roth ira you have to pay the tax due on it so this is an important distinction which is do you have the money to pay for the tax if that money is available might be worth it if not leave it as a traditional mcrae next email this is from jerry who wants to know about a small retirement account out right now my small savings about thirty four thousand dollars is in eighty.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You're back with deal on money if you've got a financial question give us a holler asked jill at jilan money dot com richard rights we made a decision to take ten percent at of our one hundred fifteen thousand dollar t i a grefe account in r t a t i a side and put it into our stock accounts so here's the deal when you have ti a craft and you're in the teachers annuity side t i a if you wanna move stuff over to the to the kraft side i think you have to do it over the course of nine or ten years think it's ten years so richard took ten percent of it m moved it over to the stock accounts and instead of leaving it in a four percent annual account thought we'd better have a better chance to make more money well we'll see here's the beauty of tia ti a that account is a very very high fixed account so it's okay i mean i i don't have a problem with that at all but i really would want to know more about the rest of your financial life because ti's has such a good strong great that had rather find in us may be something else in your financial life may be an old irish aaa or roth that could be your stock position but we'll see you can send us more information kevin rights would you be better are rolling money from a divorce into a traditional or a roth ira okay so when you get divorced and there's a retirement account there's something called a cuadra a qualified domestic relations order and if you're getting that money through a quadrille it first has to go because i'm presuming it's already pretax money right so that would go from a cuadra in to say your own ira account then if you converted into a roth ira yesterday the tax due on it so this is an important distinction which is do you have the money to pay for the tax if that money is available might be worth it if not leave it as a traditional mcrae next email this is from jerry who wants to know about a small retirement account right now my small savings of about thirty four thousand dollars is in eighty.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"So you can teach your child how to handle money as you're learning how to handle money so you change your family tree so hold on and i'll sign a copy of that and kelly will send it to you so very cool man merry christmas to you you can do it you can do this but i would sell the button to both trucks and a bike and not been immediately and not to the dealer input among craigslist some for as much as you can possibly get for them but let let's get out of there let's must make the change our i'd stephanie is with us in raleigh high stephanie how are you here at home and i call on gun great are you better than i deserve merry christmas how i help um says the reason i'm calling is my fiance and i own our home together currently and we've lived here for three years uh we're getting married in may and last week um he suggested that we sell our home let's be get mary's to pay off our death okay who urged the home we boasted we'd birther 5050 on the mortgage okay uh york um okay how much debt do you have and how much debt does he have i have about twelve thousand dollars and he has forty five thousand dollars okay show 52 when you're married and what is your income um i make about sixty thousand more does he make on 55000 because she's going to one hundred and five thousand dollar income right now one hundred fifteen thousand dollar income correct all right um do you like your home um i do but it's not are forever how i'm no reasons were overhaul but similar asian very then suggested selling it to pay off the debt is because we've lived here for three years um and we have we've gained quite a bit of equity um and he just thinks that we could go ahead and get rid of our debt in one so we'll uh but after listening these so often um i know that you suggest you know working the baby steps and getting rid of the behavior that got you to that which screen and most of our that is just student loan debt um but i just i'm afraid to pay off so how off all the debt by selling the home and then not actually changing.
"one hundred fifteen thousand dollar" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Go home we're not sure taking my call and doing great are you better than i deserve merry christmas how can i help um says the reason i'm calling is my fiance and i own owner homes together currently and we've lived here for three years uh we're getting married in may and last week um he suggested that lease sell are homeless we get mary's to pay off our debt okay who owns the home we base get reversed their 5050 on the market okay uh york um okay how much debt do you have and how much debt does he have i have about twelve thousand dollars and we have forty thousand dollars okay so 52 when you're married and what is your income i make about sixty thousand more does he make on 55000 because she got one hundred and five thousand dollar income right now one hundred fifteen thousand dollar income correct all right um do you like your home um i do but it's not are forever how i'm no reasonable offer overhaul let's interasian the reason suggested selling it to pay off the debt is because we've lived here for three years um and we have we've gained quite a bit of equity um and he just thinks that we could go ahead and get rid of our debt in one so we uh but after listening these federal offense um i know that you suggest you know working the baby steps and getting rid of the behavior that got you to that which granted most of our debt is student loan debt um but i just i'm afraid to pay off but how they off all the debt by selling the home and then not actually changing the behaviour we are working the baby steps but when i run the numbers it seemed like we would be in an excess of eighteen thousand by teaching so you should be free.