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NFL Franchise Tag: What it is and how it works

GSMC Football Podcast

05:26 min | Last month

NFL Franchise Tag: What it is and how it works

"What is a franchise tax. So you hear this word a lot. I always used to think franchise tag means. We're just gonna see that player on that specific team for the remaining of the season but there or for the next year but they're a little more complicated in that so every offseason teams have a two week window to plot to a one year franchise tag so once the player gets tagged they can either sign that contract or a long term extension. Which is the more i think. That's the more popular use of the franchise tag because a of teams don't want their their coveted players to hit free agency and they don't want another to swoop them without getting being able to offer them. I so these salaries for for each tag varies by position and the price is set by either adding the top five paid players from each position or it can be one hundred percent of a player's previous year's salary so twenty percent Increase in that salary so by position quarterback at least twenty six million a year with the franchise tag water. She was get seventeen million defensive ends get around seventeen million but less than receivers linebackers get fifteen million and so on and so forth. I think running backs get around ten million so it all depends on how guys are being being paid at that specific position so teams only can use this once a year and they can only use it on one player you can use it on the same player different years but yeah you can only had us one tag per year. There's different types of tags. There's an exclusive franchise tag which means players can't negotiate it all with other teams. There's a non exclusive franchise tag where other teams can make an offer and then The the team that has that player can match that offered and take the player And then there's a tradition. Tax tradition tags are similar to non-exclusive but players get an average of top ten position salaries instead of top five. So there's a little bit of a my discrepancy there and once the tag is applied teams have until mid july to renegotiate the contract. So like i said most common use for these franchise tag is not let a player. They want hit free agency. They wanna keep them around and then negotiate a more long-term deal to save some money and get under the cap for the foreseeable future so these somewhat can be slightly unfair A lot of players disliked the franchise tag for example on robinson is voiced his opinions against the franchise tag because it plays a lot of restrictions on upper-echelon players. So when a player like allen robinson gets franchise tagged they can't really find the real market value because they have that set price on them and if they wanted to go explore free agency then they could go interview with a bunch of teams test the waters and see what their actual worth is rather than getting a set number Just put on them so that's somewhat unfair This makes them have no financial security past one season. So if there's an injury then you know they just their value could just completely plummet. Under the franchise tag now players can hold out. That's really the only leverage they have in the su- situation but you know that's asking a lot of a player to put their public. Perception line put their reputation with the fans on the line and so most players don't do that but it has gotten to that point before so most cases players work at a deal for the tag comes into place in july which is the deadline for them to restructure. Or make that deal. So now i'm gonna get into what players have got tagged so far and What does that mean for. These teams moving forward. I player i wanted to discuss. Is alan robinson so. This one was obvious when it had to be done. Bears have a lot of uncertainty at the at the quarterback situation. So i don't think they wanted to make a long term deal without knowing where what direction they were gonna go with the quarterback. But you couldn't let player of this caliber and a player. This talented gopher nothing in return so in twenty twenty roms a career. High one hundred two passes for twelve hundred fifty yards. And he's only twenty seven which is pretty remarkable considering everything he's been through he had a tornado in two thousand seventeen with jacksonville. And he's really played with really bad quarterbacks over the years he's had blake bortles who's a backup slash bouncing around the league and he's played with mitch trubisky. Who's a failed first round pick for the chicago bears. And he's still been that he's had that production there no matter what. So i really wanna see robinson play with upper echelon quarterback and i just think if you give him a russell wilson someone who's above slightly above average maybe even just average than his numbers will go up. Even more is ridiculous so like i said he's a true number one receiver. I would argue top five in the league. He's either gonna play for seventeen million in two thousand twenty which is what his franchise tag number. I think he's looking for more around twenty million and easier gonna play under that contract or he can hold out. Which i think is definitely a possibility with this player just because of the displeasure. He's voiced on social media and kind of how players of rallied. His teammates have rallied rallied around him and they really want to see him get paid but when you look at the market value so he's gonna get paid seventeen million the tag next year.

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Stars score early and often to dominate Blackhawks 6-1

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Stars score early and often to dominate Blackhawks 6-1

"Scoring early and often the stars defeated the Blackhawks six to one year well T. V. Ranta scored one hundred seconds into the game and the rout was on also scoring for Dallas was Jamie Oleksiak John Klingberg Joe pawelski Esalen dell and roll pagans Anton Khudobin stopped twenty one of the twenty two shots against them as Dallas won for just the second time in their last seven games Patrick Kane appeared in his one thousandth career game for the Blackhawks who have lost three of four I'm David Shuster

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CBO expects federal debt to double over next 30 years

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

CBO expects federal debt to double over next 30 years

"The Congressional Budget Office estimates persistent budget deficits will cause the federal debt to double in size over the next thirty years the government's relied on borrowing at low interest rates to help during a financial crisis but as the economy heals the office is forecasting that interest rates will rise and so will spending and this is excluding president Biden's one point nine trillion dollar cope with relief proposal the CBO predicts publicly held debt would equal one hundred two percent of this year's gross domestic product but fast forward three decades and the accumulated debt would grow to two hundred two percent of GDP on the plus side the budget office foresees higher payroll tax revenues and forecasts that social security has another year to twenty thirty two before it's trust funds are exhausted Jackie Quinn Washington

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: One Month Later!

Android Central Podcast

03:49 min | 2 months ago

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: One Month Later!

"Twenty. Twenty one has been a year to forget already in many respects but from a gadget perspective. There's the galaxy s twenty one series. It's coming gone. We've done our reviews. But i haven't talked to you about that So i want to start there. Because i'm currently using it galaxy. S twenty one all tra- i'm also reviewing a galaxy twenty one plus and what's interesting. Is that the the maximum of never buy a samsung phone. When it's first launched comes back every year because yesterday as we're recording this Tuesday february ninth. It was the first time we've seen the s twenty one series go on sale. So the ultras down to a thousand. The twenty-one pluses down to eight hundred and the s twenty one is down to seven hundred so cast one hundred two hundred one hundred dollars off respectively and i wanna get your sense of. Is that at the right price for these phones. What do you think about them overall. And where's your head out. Had at a month after their release. I think it's a better price for those phones. But it were kind of caught up in this commentary in this hype machine and i feel. We're quickly plateauing on this notion of the yearly. Refresh being aggressive and hype train. And you gotta have this. There's some flomo happening. Maybe you're flipping your phone through your carrier on some kind of lease program and the s twenty one kind of highlights to me a trend in samsung commentary and in samsung marketing. A little concerned for sort of diversity of the android landscape. And i'm i'm not really feeling these phones. The reduced price helps but were were inclined in the tech review space to sit here and go look at this. How generous or how great. What a great deal. Because these phones launched two hundred dollars more now you can save some money. When another manufacturer engages in a price cut we act like that some kind of critical failure. He couldn't even sell their phone at their launch price and now they had to cut money. I mean like the duo is currently selling for four hundred dollars off on amazon. While we're recording this and there's a tone of that commentary like what a failure and i. Yeah but the duo held onto its launch price. Way longer than the note. Twenty did and a longer than the s twenty one did. So i feel like these. Ms rpm he's are somewhat disingenuous. Samsung is gonna launch at a higher price. That's the ms rpm sticker price. That goes to the carrier store that allows the carrier to keep you paying more monthly on a phone. That's going to devalue way faster than your contract is going to be up so if you wait two months and you can afford to buy on locked. You're not going to be upside down on phone lease two months after you buy that phone so i i just feel like it's a moment it's a good time for us to just kind of look at our commentary you know we know that these deep depreciate we know that they devalue we know there are going to be sales and bogota's and trade ins but we only seem inclined to put the positive spin on a samsung product for having great trade deals and we don't recognize the rest of the landscape so fondly whenever we see those price flips. I i feel like the ultras probably a decent by It's a better buy at this price. It kind of puts it in line with wherever we might feel like a one. Plus pro device might end up and that's better than that is better but on the whole i kind of feel like this generation of samsung is probably going to be looked back on as being kind of a lateral move. You buy less phone on this generation of samsung than you did last year.

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The Doomsday Clocks Historic Wake-Up Call With Rachel Bronson

Big Brains

05:11 min | 2 months ago

The Doomsday Clocks Historic Wake-Up Call With Rachel Bronson

"Forty five. The united states detonated two atomic bombs over hiroshima and nagasaki. It is harnessing of the basic power. The universe shortly after a group of manhattan project scientists at the university of chicago who helped build the atomic bomb but protested using against people started the bulletin of the atomic scientists. Huge choice is peace or total destruction. the atomic is yeah. They wanted to urge fellow scientists to help shape national and international policy to mitigate the risk of the nuclear technology that they themselves had helped create and they wanted to help the public understand the dangers of nuclear weapons. To the future of humanity world would not be the same. i remember anthony blind from hindu scripture. The by gerrad gita. Now i am become death. Despoil worlds are another in designing the cover of its magazine. The bulletin created something striking o'clock running out of time. It started as artistic piece created by chicago based marta lanes door. She was very to manhattan project. Scientists issues gender stood the scientists concerns about this new technology and the need for public engagement and they had asked her to create some sort of design that would engage the public on. How serious the threat of this new technology. And she said it seven minutes to midnight every year since then. The bulletin set the hands of its metaphorical clock in relation to how close to doomsday. We might be last year. The group moved it to a mere one hundred seconds to midnight. And at the time we got a lot of chiding like it's twenty twenty how come it so close. Do you really believe it's this close and then sure enough. We saw the massive wildfires right outta the gate in in australia. That got repeated in california this year but obviously covid and the inability of the global community to deal effectively with covid is was to us a clear indication of our inability to deal with existential threats. Known some ways you can make an argument that it should have been even closer to midnight this year because you had your existing threats then you had that real life pandemic which is continuing to affect us. How can we didn't go further to midnight. Yeah so in some ways You know we don't want to double count right and so a lot of the warning signs. Were what moved to one hundred seconds to midnight but it is a very dangerous in environment. And we'd we do want to acknowledge that hundred seconds to midnight is dangerous. We do see some bright spots and some opportunities so those bright spots helped us from moving forward but we weren't prepared to move it back. It may be tempting to look at the clock this year and take some hope from the fact that it didn't move closer to but remember it's still the closest to midnight that we have ever been and this year the bolton highlighted new threat one that they said is a threat multiplier to all the other problems that we face with the world health organization called a massive info democ he really grappling with what our trusted new sources. And how do you find them. And how do we share the so. We're all overwhelmed with data and information. But it's very optimistic. When it comes to share it information or what you and i know and so that becomes very disorienting and it becomes Quite dangerous right. It sets up the ability for authoritarian leaders to create their own information and different sites secrete. Their own information will get into the surprising. Ways that this info democ touches every threat factor to the doomsday clock but will start with the issue that was really the canary in the coal. Mine of this info dynamic climate change. The scientists have been warning us for decades and yet they're the ones who have experienced a lot of these issues in terms of misinformation and disinformation. I that denying climate science the marginalization of them the using of science which is kind of about uncertainty and evolution to dismiss what scientists have to say. All of. this was the global warming. And that it's a lot of it's a hoax hoax. Moneymaking industry okay. Climate change is not science. it's religion it pulls the rug out from under scientists and expert exactly the time when such expertise is actually needed and within the context of the us there could be real differences among republicans. Democrats or what you think about market versus regulation. Those are really really important questions that we should be debating fiercely right now that we can when it's being defined as climate change yes or no we can't even have the kind of real political conversations that we should be having

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New antitrust legislation would check the power of tech giants

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:43 min | 2 months ago

New antitrust legislation would check the power of tech giants

"Arguably the biggest problem with big tech. Is you know the bigness. A few giant companies gobble up their competition owned the digital advertising and web hosting markets control the information ecosystem and sometimes control the distribution of their own competition so far though these worries haven't led to regulation now democratic senator amy klobuchar who leads the senate subcommittee on antitrust introduced a bill intended to check the power of tech. Giant's it focuses mostly on acquisitions to prevent huge companies from buying potential competitors and it would force companies that control more fifty percent of a single market to prove that an acquisition would not reduce competition. Here's senator club shar. We all know that misinformation has been rampant on social media and it is greatly. Set us back. But there's another much more insidious problem and that is that any company that was starting to come and do cool things got bought and i think maybe you could look at this legislation as basically a reply to mark zuckerberg's email when he said about they're looking at what's happened instagram. These businesses are nascent but the networks established. The brands are already meaningful. And get this. And if they grow to a large scale they could be very disruptive to us. Google has ninety percent market share. Right now they are literally taking on a government of a major country in australia when the prime minister says hey we're gonna start making you guys pay for content and they say back. No you're not we're going to withdraw from your market and you'll have no search engine and a big part of this. It sounds like is funding these agencies right making sure that the ftc which is charged with a lot of this actually has some teeth exactly and of a numbers can't lie the ftc in nineteen eighty at one thousand seven hundred nineteen employees by twenty eighteen down to one thousand one hundred two. You cannot take on the biggest companies. The world has ever known trillion dollar companies with bandaids and duct tape. And that's why senator grassley has join me on a portion of this bill to up the fees on megamerger so we can put in over one hundred million dollars to each agency so they can actually do their job and this isn't just about tech. There's only to cat food. Companies that control most of the market. There's only two online travel agencies. You think you're getting all their choices. Go look at. Who owns them. And as john oliver closed in a segment on his. And if this all makes you wanna die good luck. Because the casket market is controlled by three companies which actually sadly no one purchase the other. It's down to

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How to Identify Your Best Customers & Get More of Them

The $100 MBA Show

09:48 min | 3 months ago

How to Identify Your Best Customers & Get More of Them

"Many entrepreneurs when they looked to gain more customers. They don't ask an important question. What kind of customers. Who are you looking for. A lot of us. Spend a lot of time a lot of money and energy acquiring any kind of customer the wrong customer and said well you want to do. Is you want to find your true fans as mentioned in kevin kelly's Blockposts thousand fans. If you're not familiar with the blog post the theory is that if you have a thousand true fans a thousand customers that absolutely love what you do in rave about it. That's all you need for a successful business because you can sell a thousand people something that can make you a living in the whole point. Is that those thousand people of course are going to tell other people when you love something when you absolutely enjoy an experience at a restaurant at a resort experience with a new product or software. You get help. Tell other people about it. Whether it's in person or on social in your mastermind. Whatever the point is is that if you have a thousand people raving about you. You're just going to go gangbusters so you need to find people that are perfect fit. That will do that for you now. Of course it's not easy to get thousand right off the bat you're going to start with one two three four ten twenty one hundred two hundred you get the point. So how do we get to those thousand people. How do we attract the right people what we got to know who they are. We had a densify them. Just like if you wanted to attract talent to your team you'd have a job description right. You put a job post describing. This is who. I'm looking for. So what i want you to do. Is you're going to start creating a description of your best customer that avatar that person now. You don't have to make this up. You don't come out of thin air and say this person is made up and this is what they do and this is the type of business. Just look at your current customer base. Even if you're new you have those special customers. The ones that really are interested in what you do. The ones that congratulate you when you have a new product or new feature via email. They reply to your newsletters there on your weapon ours. They comment on your social posts. I want you to really do some research and identify these people in your customer list. Literally create a spreadsheet and. Write down their name and email address. Even if this is just like a dozen people or half a dozen people that's okay that's start now the dentist who they are. You gotta learn a lot about them. You wanna have a full understanding of who. These people are individually for example. I did this exercise. And i continue to do this. Exercise every single year. And i do customer interviews so reach out to my best customers and i try to learn as much as possible about them. For example one of our customers are the. Mary meeker sisters. Emma and carla pompous there wondering ninja users in the us webinars to grow their business to bring in new customers into their online yoga and pilates school and in the process of that conversation in understanding who they are. We ask questions like what you start this business. How long have you been doing this. How big is your team. How did you discover women are ninja. How'd you hear about it. Why did you choose us another competition. What do you like most about what problems is assault for you. What's next in your journey. What are you excited about in the future of your business. I'm basically like interviewing them. Like interviewing them on sixty minutes or something or on a podcast. I'm trying to get inside their brain. I wanna understand where they're coming from why they made the decisions they meet. What are the circumstances in their business. That causes them to use my product. Also of trying to dig a little deeper find out what is success to them. What are they looking to achieve. I want to know this. Because i want to be able to help them be successful in some way whether it's a now with my product in the future the point here is that i wanna be a part of that success on bought in. So what's the point of this exercise. The reason why you want to get to know your best customers. So well. Because i'm better. You know them the easier. It is to find people like them. If you ever had an employee that Left your company and there are green employees in the job above and beyond your expectations but decided to move on or they're changing careers. It's easy to write a job description for that position because you're basically describing that amazing team member. I'm looking for this person and it's easy for you to do that because you know who that person is. You know what they've done you know their story and you're going to do the same before your customers. Now one of the things that we do in these interviews in these conversations in these video calls is that we actually transcribe them. We actually want to see the words that they use when they talk about themselves and they talk about their business when they talk about their problems with talk about their challenges when they talk about why they chose our product. Why because again. I want to attract people just like them so wanna use the same language. I want to use the same language on my website on my social posts in my email marketing and want my potential superstar customer to read my copy and say they're speaking my language this resonates with me because this is exactly how i feel. How do they know while because they did the research because they did the work and there's nothing like that feeling when you feel like these people get me. It's hard for you to compete with a company that does that so your competition is going to have a hard time competing with you because your target market your customers. Your best customers are flocking to you. Because you're speaking their language now in this process where you're going to find is not. Everybody is your best customer. You're gonna find a thread. you're gonna find. hey home. i best customers have this in common. It could be. They could have established businesses. They could be making at least x amount of money. They have a small team. They've tried other products before mine. This is a really good exercise to make a list of all the things your best customers that you've interviewed have in common and guess what there is your customer avatar. And what you're gonna find is there's a lot of people outside of that and that's okay. Hey because it's better for you to attract the best customers. They're going to save time and money and headaches and problems. What you want are the people that really believe in what you're doing and want what you have is nothing worse than trying to convince somebody. Hey we're number one. We're great trust us. And they were allegedly by then. They're disappointed and it has nothing to do with what you did for them. It just means grizz are not a good fit successful products accessible services accessible businesses. Don't force it. They say this is who we are. This is who we serve if you're gonna love what we have in store for you but none of this is possible if you don't know who those people are if you don't know who are your best customers and what's great about business zandt Success leaves clues right customers that love. You really enjoy what you do that comment on your post. That really liked all the things on social that. Open all your emails. You have their contact. You can reject them. You can ask them some questions some of us when they do this for the first time you feel awkward like man who am i to ask for their time for a quick chat. If you feel awkward dory about it there are a fan. They're gonna love helping you and if you want to be super generous sake. Coffees on you and send them a starbucks gift card. You'll be the best ten dollars you ever spent kaisa. I'm more on today's topic before that. Let me get loved today. Sponsor webinars how well they work to generate new business for coaches consultants and other creators. We know that online marketing is ten times more powerful when you add webinars cheer campaigns but what's right platform to use what's the easiest which platforms can integrate webinars seamlessly into the rest of your marketing infrastructure. And do it all at the right price. Take a look at our very own webinar. Ninja the user. Friendliest eleven our platform ever create. Live automated series hybrid. Webinars make them free or charge for valuable lessons. Send automated emails to promote your webinar. And follow up for more conversions showcase your unique value and do it all without the hassle and stress of navigating pain in the bud software. Try within our ninja absolutely free at webinar ninja dot com and see just how easy and powerful webinars can be. That's webinar ninja dot com for a fourteen day risk-free trial to robert today's lesson. It's really important for you to find your best customers and attract more of them not only because it makes good business and it's going to keep your turn down. You're going to have more customers. You're going to have more money. Come in more revenue more repeat sales all that kind of stuff. But if you don't do that the opposite will happen where you're going to get more customers that you don't really enjoy serve inc than the ones you do and that's a bad place to be in your business where you don't let your customers or you don't resonate with them and you're annoyed by them when you have to answer an email. You're kind of roll your eyes. Oh man this person. That's a horrible place to be. And you have to be proactive about who you want to associate with. We want to work with. We want to speak to every day including your customers. That's the beauty of being an entrepreneur. Is that you get to choose who you serve. Not the other way around.

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How To Get on Podcasts as a Guest

The $100 MBA Show

10:25 min | 3 months ago

How To Get on Podcasts as a Guest

"One of the most free questions. I get asked about podcasting is how do i get on other podcasts as guest and its frequent for good reason because people know that podcasts are powerful way to market themselves to get out there to be known. Nobody wants to be ignored. But how do you get on a podcast. You just use cold outreach. Do spam people in their inboxes. Asking to be on their podcast. What is the most effective way to regularly show up on other podcasts. Well i'm going to tell you share with you my system so you can lineup guest appearances for the rest of the year. First of all. I want to address something. That's very very important. One of the things. We all have to come to terms with no matter where you are in your entrepreneurial. Journey is understanding. Why you should be on a podcast. Not talking about the benefits here. i'm talking about. Why would a podcast host. Won't you on their show. You have to honestly answer that question for example. Take a look at some of the bigger podcasts. Out there W f by marc maron. Joe rogan the jordan. Harbinger your show. Why is elon. Musk being interviewed by. Joe rogan. Why did richard bring it on the dribble. your show. Why did president. Braga obama get on w. f. with marc maron. How did that happen. That cold email. joe rogan. No probably the other way around right so the first thing we have establish is the more value can add to an audience. The more likely it's going to be that you're going to show up on that podcast. Let me say that again. The more value you can add to an audience the more likely you will be a guest on that podcast so elon. Musk shows up on. Joe rogan because joe rogan knows. His audience wants to hear from him. He sought after the something here. There's something that he can offer. That makes it worth him trying to get him on the show. One of my favorite podcast interviews is with jamie fox on the tim. Ferriss show and tim for a shares that it took him years to get to the point where he knew jamie foxx enough to convince him to get on his podcast. He had to put a lot of work in a lot of time. A lot of sacrifice a lot of investment and. I'll talk a little bit about how he actually got jamie fox at the end and how relates to today's lesson. Why did tim ferriss go through. All that effort will because he knew the jamie foxx would be a brilliant episode who share incredible stories. He has a lot of value to add. So i want you to start thinking in that way. Yes we all are not jamie fox or president barack obama but we can add value to an audience and we could start somewhere we will have to start with the can show right. We can start with smaller podcast with audiences that are more niche that can really benefit from what we can offer but a lot of us get disappointed that. Hey i'm reaching out these podcasts. And they're not getting back to me. I can really offer a lot of value. Omar will one of the reasons why they're not getting back to us because they just never heard of you or they don't really have any kind of rough of what you can deliver so we're going to solve this problem immediately. One of the best ways to get on a podcast. If your brand new is to be noteworthy that means you have to show people that you can deliver for example if somebody wanted to get on a podcast and they just reached out by email and said hey podcast. I'm an expert at seo. I think i'd be really valuable to your audience versus somebody who says hey. I'd love for you to have me on your show an seo expert. I should talk about how. Google has become the dominant search engine and y. Here's a link to that ted talk hoover's opening the email whoever's reading the email whether it's the host or the executive system that works for the host. They have a lot more mature work with now. They have a reason to say. Yes they have a ted talk to watch and say. Wow this person's credible they really delivered Enough people in that room were willing to listen to this person. He commanded an audience. Might be worth having on the podcast so you have to really give them something to say. Yes. this is why your own content is really really important until you have a few great interviews under your belt where you can share those in your pitches then you need to shoot something else whether it's a youtube video whether it's a bestselling book up performance onstage. Give something to. The decision is easy. It's an easy s now. Our which is one of the ways you can do. This is one of the strategies. I used in the beginning where i literally would go to the pages of all the podcasts. I wanted to go on. I emailed them and Ask them to be on. And i gave him some materials to kind of look through to know that. I'm legit but a more effective way is what's called a warm introduction. Introductions are one of the best ways to get on podcast and it's the fastest way to get a. yes now. there's a few things you can do. Let's start with one of the easiest step step number one is do you know anybody. That's been on amy podcasts. As a guest. Look at all your friends on facebook on social your emails. Is there anybody in your network. That's been on a podcast guest. That knows that can vouch for you if so ask that person. Hey can you introduce me to that. Podcast you're on. A warm introduction is an easy way for them to say. Hey that gas was good and the recommending somebody. There's a good chance that somebody is going to be worth my time. This is why. I really emphasize the importance of building. Your personal network making friends in your industry because you can always help each other out vouch for each other and remember. I talked about how a lot of just don't know who you are. The more you network the more. You're well known. There are so many people. I know that are so good at networking yet. They don't have a best selling book. They are not a social media phenomenon. But if i say their name people know they are because they are great at networking. They're great at making friends in their space and people like that will never starve because they can always find opportunities because they know somebody. So get a warm introductions one of the best ways to get on podcast. Next piece of advice is your aim. Should be trying to get on five. Podcasts doesn't matter the size of the audience or how newer old the podcasts. Is you wanna get some rips. You wanna really understand the process and you want to deliver. Will you wanna do in those first. Five is be the absolute guest that podcast has ever had. I'm talking about study. This podcast study everybody. Who's in your niche or have spoken about the topics that you might talk about in the interview or in the podcast episode and cover things that haven't been covered address issues. Problems challenges that other people haven't addressed on the podcast before you want to be the most guests they've ever had you want to be the jamie foxx episode. Okay why because this is how you're gonna viral market yourself if you knock it out of the park. And you're the best episode for each of these. Podcasts podcasters listen to other podcasts. And the here episode the blake. I gotta get this person on my show and that really worked for me. I work super hard on making sure. I nail my first interviews. That i crush it that i really deliver value. It's my only goal. I'm not trying to promote products and services if the host talks about my websites or my products. That's great. that's fine. But i don't even mention the asking. That question is are any way people can reach out to you. I give out my e mail or give out my twitter handle and try to get the conversation to continue on those mediums. The point here is that you just got to really nail. This not only will help you with the viral marketing of a. But it's a great set of interviews that you can use as samples of your work when you reach out to other podcast to be a guest on. My next tip is make a list. Make a list of all the podcasts. You want to be on. And it's okay if you shoot for the stars and he may even wanna work to that list so like number. One is joe rogan number two. Is tim ferriss. Show whatever just you know naming names here. But you have your favorite podcasts or the best podcasts you want to be on and work your way down. you know. it's okay if that list is one hundred. Two hundred three hundred podcasts. And see as you know a a bucket list you know. I wanna cross these off. And i want to get through all the podcasts as much as possible. And don't forget new. Podcasts are being launched all the time. so you're gonna want to update this list but the list is great to have so you can track your progress and is literally just a spreadsheet on google sheets. You know the podcast name. The podcast host The link to the podcast. And then i actually have a column or linked to my episode. Once i'm on it when you're starting out on another quick tip. I have to say this. But i've noticed some people don't do this but when you're starting out when you're trying to get on other podcasts. Dopey a prima donna. Okay don't be too precious. A lot of people. Don't want to fill out forms. They wanna do pre interviews. They don't wanna do the initial chant. Sometimes they think well this established business successful This is beneath me and this podcast is not popular anyway. Why should i do this. Well you should do it because if you wanna get on the show. That's what needs to be done. There's no room for pride here. You want to get on the podcast. Go through the format. It's good for you helps you prepare helps you do your best when it's time to actually be on the podcast and you're on the road of the actual episode. You gotta earn your stripes. You might be successful in your own area in your own business. But you're entering a new world podcasting and you're nobody here. I don't want to speak on your behalf but if you're a beginner you are still earning your stripes. You're still proving yourself as good guest as a gray guesses a valuable guests so run through the steps in the is as needed. And sometimes you're going to have to do all these kinds of hoops and prepare and schedule months in advance before the episode of airs. The better podcasts. Actually you know. Have a pretty long lead time. Some of the bigger podcasts. I i've been on. They had four five six months of lead time. But as you know time flies so put in the work now so you can reap the benefits later.

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DACOR - An Original Five

Scuba Shack Radio

07:10 min | 4 months ago

DACOR - An Original Five

"When you own a dive shop people routinely either stop by or call us to see if we're interested in buying their old scuba gear or they have equipment that they used many years ago and went to try to get back into diving and wonder if we can service it. Well that's a whole different discussion than where i wanna go today. Many times the gear that they bring in is from decor one of the original five. Us manufacturers scuba diving equipment in the united states. We've already covered two of those five here on scuba shack radio voice and health ways and i'll get to the other to swim. Master stivers down the road today. We're going to talk about decor. The davidson corporation was founded in nineteen fifty three by samuel davidson junior. Sam took the da from davidson and decio are from corporation and put them together to form decor i read somewhere online at sam patented the name and even gave the patent number three dot one two eight four eight one. Why tried to find that specific patent and couldn't find that where he patented the name but that number came up with something called a safety float that was submitted by samuel davidson junior filed in nineteen sixty. One so interesting. So how did sam davidson get interested in scuba diving. Well sam richard klein who started health ways was also in the united states marine corps during world war two he was stationed on guam and it said that he had gotten hold of some japanese goggles and started to explore underwater after the war. His interest in exploring underwater continued back then. Getting reliable. scuba equipment wasn't easy. So sam hooked up with an old neighborhood friend named bob olsen and they decided to build their own double hose regulator well somewhere along the way a buyer from montgomery ward department store chain found out about the regulator and purchase ten later. They update to three hundred. Sam had a business. He borrowed ten thousand dollars from his mother and got rolling by nineteen fifty five decor was producing what they called their dial breath. Double hose regulator sam along with another engineer while he mitchell continue to work on regulator development along with other scuba diving equipment from my review of the old decor catalogs. It looks like they didn't introduce their first. Single hose regulator the decor dart until one thousand nine hundred sixty two although they had developed earlier some say four years before sports ways introduced. There's but as a as we've seen with health ways and dick anderson's work a lot of folks who are innovating at this time. One of the ways. I like to research. these early. Manufacturers is look at their old catalogues. The cg forty-five website has a lot of reference material. Along with these old catalogs the earliest decor catalog that i was able to review from thousand nine hundred sixty one. That was the same year that see honda ended. The catalog was a whopping four pages. Long it had there are three double hose. Dial breath regulator for eighty two dollars. They complete single tanks system for one hundred and forty four dollars and a double host set up for doubles. Set up for two hundred and twenty nine. You could pay an extra five dollars to get yellow tanks. The cadillac had one mask one snorkel and one set of things by nineteen sixty two their line expanded with the d one day corridor. Single hose regulator and a new are four dial breath double hose. Remember that patented safety float. Well it was in thousand nine hundred sixty two catalog over the next couple of years. They continue to innovate with the dart d. Two and a dart with ajay valve for three hundred psi reserve on the first stage they also had the clipper series double hose regulators c two and c three by nineteen seventy decor came out with yet another new regulator line the olympic series with the one hundred two hundred four hundred and eight hundred. The last catalog. I went through was from one thousand nine hundred eighty and decor was touting twenty-six years of diving innovation with a doubling of their space at northfield manufacturing headquarters and the installation of a hyperbaric chamber for regulator testing. Looks like nineteen eighty was the year. They introduced what they touted. As a revolutionary regulator their decor pacer regulators pacer is short for positive air controlled equalizing regulator claiming to have totally balanced first and second stages with a remarkable point zero five inches of water. Cracking pressure wow. That's pretty low. They say they harnessed venturi with something called. Ventura matic something really innovation at this. Time was there microsoft Circuit dive computer. It looks like it took up. Most of your forearm with indicators for deco cent rate depth time readouts and more. It was quite a marvel for the time. Sam davidson passed away in nineteen eighty seven and sam's wife. Joan became ceo by nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Joan sold decor tomorrow's an overtime the decor named faded into our diving history. I did see a short article in two thousand five edition of sport diver and it was from nari and they indicated that they could no longer get replacement parts for decor regulators because the parts suppliers had destroyed their mold before they can move all of that to the marez a facility in palo italy. So that's a little bit of the history of sam davison junior the davidson corporation and decor one of the five original scuba equipment manufacturers in the united states.

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How Our Election Process Has Failed Us ~ POLITICALLY INCORRECT on #EATruthRadio w/ Andy Shecktor  - burst 02

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

10:52 min | 4 months ago

How Our Election Process Has Failed Us ~ POLITICALLY INCORRECT on #EATruthRadio w/ Andy Shecktor - burst 02

"Eating politically incorrect with your host and ruth. Scheckter this week's politically incorrect. Podcast topic is why our election process has failed us. Rock you by colonel airs media dot com also known as ea truth media myself andrew scheckter author of dark water game over into time delegates for donald trump the republican national convention. Please help us with a donation to donate ninety eight online. Remind some bling stored idea media. Online please help keep the truth online. This evening we're going to say a deep prayer to understanding of all this going on and all that is yet to come with faith in god. The god alone knows the past. We will succeed. We must have that faith and we must not give up that faith so dear heavenly father. Let's pray your heavenly father. We pray that you give us the power. And the strength to remain ever vigilant to pass your word on the your strength and courage on not only to others outside the fold which there are many these days to those who call themselves great christians who call themselves great levers in god in whatever form who failed to have the face needed to trust in you heavenly father. Please give us that strength. Please see that we have the power to prevail in your holy name. We pray amen. What are the essential in. The human body can have many chemicals that are our cat. Bottler causing many health related challenges. It's crucial to make sure you're consuming clean super antioxidant drinking water. A great sponsor shares. A technology only helps with inflammation in our body also produces the most hydrating water in the world. Please go to the laker description. Learn about our sponsors premium water technology. Darrell k dot com. So as always. We're gonna start out a little bit slow kind of the opposite of what most broadcast or podcast do. We seem to build up people in the on a live cast over time in new. Y- typically on my podcast. The theme runs through the the the majority of the podcast. If you missed the beginning you may be bored with the end. So it's better to be bored to beginning build up that excitement towards the end we start out with a little bit of a philosophy that i have personally a lot of the christians. We look at the new testament as soon as the book. you know. it's the only book to read. In fact a lot of lot of good practicing christian. Good people carry a new testament around my my church minister of modern day christian fellowship reverts that and takes back the old testament and the important things in the old testament because the old testament is the concrete foundation for the new testament. Without which there is no new testament new testament. We're forgiven of our sins from the old testament. We're forgiven sins of the past. But those sins were based on gifts that were given to us by god. The entire universe given to us by god. There's a lot of great things in the old testament that bring people back into the fold. The number of times. That women are empowered in the old testament. Everyone says oh. It's a man's book about men and is true. Men had a lot of the power back in those days. But when god created god created us in his image man and woman he created them in his image. Now why is that. Such an important statement is probably the most important statement in the entire bible old and new testament and most people ignore it. It's incredibly important because it shows us that we have that power with us. The power of god resides within each and every one of us. If we to accept it choose to use it. We have the power to change the way our country runs. We have the power to change the way we think. And the way others think by believing in ourselves and believing that we are got incarnation essentially. Because that's what the test the old testament says. That's why you don't see god you don't stand up and talk to god but when you talk god hears because all of us in existence every human being a small part of that small piece of god. That's why we need to maintain that power and strength and this election is really proven that most christians sir bible people call themselves bible believers most jews who believe in god and tradition more than anyone gave them and they're still giving up. Oh it's over it's over for donald trump. it's over for america it's done. We've used our last card folks. There's still some trump cards left literally rather than the mon the things that we've lost. Let's have faith. Let's have prayer sessions. Let's have believe until the bitter end until the twentieth of january. Nothing is over. And i'm the sixth of january. We may be surprised house george election ago. I don't know. I talked to god every night. I say god. Please help us please. I love you. Please help us. I trust you. You can't pray for something specific like god. Let trump win. Maybe that's not the best thing for. I don't know i hope. Trump wins the pray for god knows is right. What will that be and why will it they. We have to have faith that the path is right. We have to believe that tower of believing that will make things happen. All right waited long enough on the copy of the night. I just had to get that off. My chest elections the election process. How did we get where we are today at. Thomas jefferson said that a republican last about two hundred years most countries lasts most most democracies last about two hundred years and they fall apart. So how did we get to. We are today and is it possible to fix it. I don't think it's ever going to be fixed. Sadly because there too much monetary interest in in having it broken too much monetary interest in having the lust of the world at your fingertips in the money that it brings in greed lust for luxuries. We are everything. The bible tells you not today but why did it work for so long sadie to go back to the days of the constitution and it was about six. I believe sixteen years after the constitution was written it was actually ratified during that sixteen year. Period founders had many many. Many meetings was after the constitution was written. Couldn't figure out how to actually piece everything together so it would function not just for now to get away from england not just from now to get away if the rule of pope for all time and they knew that this wouldn't last they created they chose to discuss rather a democracy republic an answer and several other forms of ruler of role as well. They came down to a choice that most people don't like to call it that but it was was called a. m. democratic republic now call a constitutional republic but basically the democracy part lies in the fact that we can vote for the people that are supposed to represent us theoretically and those people do the bidding for us they chose a constitutional republic because democracy fails and you can see that right now they want you know pop the popular vote. That's a democracy the popular vote and one hundred and three hundred million. Excuse me one hundred. Two hundred million people live in the cities and one

Brady throws for 2 TDs, Buccaneers wear down Vikings 26-14

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Brady throws for 2 TDs, Buccaneers wear down Vikings 26-14

"Minnesota kicker Dan Bailey missed three field goals and an extra point paving the way for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to defeat the Vikings twenty six to fourteen the box score twenty three unanswered points including Tom Brady touchdown passes to Scotty Miller rob Gronkowski Brady said everyone had a hand in this way run game pass game you know everything finding a rhythm and I'm you know find ways to win games and making plays in situational football like we did in the first half in the start of the second half Ronald Jones ran for eighty yards and a touchdown for Tampa Bay is the book's strength in their grasp on a playoff position Dalvin cook scampered for one hundred two yards and one score but it wasn't enough to prevent a damaging blow to the Vikings postseason dreams Tom Aikens Tampa

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DoorDash IPO

MarketFoolery

05:16 min | 4 months ago

DoorDash IPO

"And i say going public today because we don't have a price it's about quarter of as you and i are talking right now. Quarter of noon here on the east coast. Door dash was priced at one. Hundred two dollars a share in the last hour the indication of where it's going to open when it finally gets opened for trading has gone from one hundred forty to one hundred fifty to one hundred sixty and just in time that you and i have been talking john f. In one of my browsers i've got cnbc streaming and saw on the chiron that now door dashes indicating that it's gonna open at a range of one hundred seventy to one hundred seventy five dollars a share. So let's just put aside the stock price for a second is door dash a business that you're attracted to as an analyst and investor. I don't think so not yet. So i recently received an education on The the the food deliveries face from abby malan one of one of our colleagues and From what. I from what i learned. I sort of had an intuitive feeling that i wasn't gonna love the space But now i really don't think i do and so i just love that i went in thinking. I wasn't going to like it. I really don't i really don't not yet now. I want to be fair. I haven't read the the s one yet. And i probably will at some point because i think door dash has somewhere around fifty percent market share of meal delivery in the us So you know when a company has that much scale probably read about it. But i haven't rush to read it a couple of things so the meal delivery companies don't have a lot of control over the quality of the food right how it's played it. How it's presented The weather traffic all of those things that they need to that they need to deal with and that will affect the eventual and the customer experience All of these companies take the same routes and roads and so although their sort of logistics companies in they're like these applied math companies and the algorithms. Help them get there faster. I don't think that one companies algorithm is that much better at navigating traffic and finding the fastest route to the customer. You know that much faster that it's some sort of massive differentiator and so then then they compete on on three main criteria. One is on price With like like a race to the bottom really So that's not good for the industry if you just get a bunch of irrational pricing The other wanted to try to compete on. Customer service Which is difficult. Because like i said if the food doesn't taste good or you know it's the wrong food or or something. Jordache gets blamed not necessarily the restaurant because because door dashes is is the is the last mile. They're the transfer of the product to the customer. So that's like the last thing in the customer's mind is is outdoor. Dash must have messed up. At least i think that's what the perception is going to be in that you can compete on price. You can try to compete on. Customer service and the third thing is scale and by scale i'm referring to like signing up the most restaurants but what happens is all of these restaurants are using multiple of these service providers multiple of these meal delivery companies. And so. I don't know if it's if like achieving scale is stable strategy either and then I don't know if the restaurants love this model because they take a big take. And so when you think about it from like a like stakeholder multistakeholder perspective are they treating all of their stakeholders well while the restaurants are one of their key stakeholders and i don't think they love the idea. I think you're right and an example of how much some restaurants don't love the idea. Is you see this in in places like new york city. I've even seen it in the in the greater dc area where there are some restaurants that will offer you as a customer an incentive to come pick up the food yourself. Yeah so. I you know to be fair to door dash and you you hit on. I think one of the key parts of the bull case for doordash which is their market share. They for for all. The talk of uber and uber eats jordache. Is the big player in this space. They've got fifty somewhere in the low fifty percent range in terms of market share. And i think part of the bulk aces look food. Delivery isn't going away and if we think this is going to be a zero sum game or that there's going to be one dominant player right now. The way to bet is on door dash at and looks like that's the way the market

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It's coronavirus do-over time. What would we do differently?

Coronacast

04:01 min | 4 months ago

It's coronavirus do-over time. What would we do differently?

"I'm health reported teigen tyler an opposition and journalists alter norman swan wednesday the ninth of december. And it's episode. Two hundred of the corona cast so when we hit the one hundredth episode. We buy setback and went. Oh my gosh. We never thought we'd get to one hundred two hundred. I know it was like two hundred years two hundred days. Well it feels like a silent day to answer these questions from dane. Who says what do you think is the most important thing we've learned about. Nineteen in the last year and if we had a time over again what would we do differently. Well let's do something different. You answer that first to you. Know what i think. At an individual level we would have been more mentally prepared for the challenges of these. See the personal challenges of these see but from an infection control perspective especially in australia Harto corinthian outbreaks notwithstanding. I really do think that we have done an incredible job of keeping levels of the virus incredibly low in australia when we say overseas. What could have been here in australia if we hadn't taken that really hard stance from the beginning. So here's what. I think we would do differently. So the first thing. I'll start is internationally and this is a wishlist. I wish that we had had a more cooperative world when the virus hit if we'd had a more cooperative world you know. This is just wishful thinking but we had a habit of world without authoritarian fragile leaders in china russia and the united states. This would be a very different pandemic. in fact it may never even escape from china because they would have dealt with it transparently and they would have controlled it than they would have told people about it and they're told people about it in december. They're abroad in international help into wuhan market and checked where come from and the world would have pulled together on china's behalf and helped china out but we came into an environment where nations were operating by themselves and it was every state for themselves. And that's the sex. The ground for the pandemic so do differently do international relations differently. The biology of a pandemic organism is almost the least important part of that organism of the pandemic loss of different organisms can cause pandemics. It's human behavior that causes the pandemic so the way we live the way we act. Politics works so international travel works. That's what creates a pandemic what we would do. Differently is have a world that's more pandemic aware and aware of their behavior and aware of the broader implications beyond beyond the personal. That's what i would do differently than international level. The wild thing about that is that if we had done that we never would have nine. What scale of crisis. We would have averted but we do know that. This isn't going to be the last pandemic pathogen that if we ever encounter and saw are we need to take these lessons going forward so that the next pandemic is a fisa like this one should main. I'm a comeback to something. We said on corona cast probably in march march april the of the beginning when prevention works. Nothing happens and so the most important thing we've learned we should have learnt is or if you went back in time is that the general community knows that when you actually have prevention working nothing happens. So that's a lesson for everything and we're facing catastrophe with climate change but it's a slow moving catastrophe and if we actually act on climate change not very much will happen and that's what you actually want to happen. So people talk about all paul early in the seventy s sixty s and seventy s doomsayers population and. so on. The are all wrong because nothing happened. Nothing happened because people did some stuff about that sort of thing and of course nothing happened. So what we learn from this is successful. Prevention is dull and boring because nothing happens. There's no drama.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Maybe a solid team know freddie started the twenty eleven gold cup final usa versus mexico in the rose bowl. It's a classic game mexico one four to two. Us went up two nothing In that game and freddie was one of the best us players on the field and this was twenty eleven. And it's part of this history. That freddie had where he would show these real flashes of what that promise we thought would lead to playing for the us national team. The soccer tournaments. You mentioned the other twenty world cup in seven. He had a hat trick in that tournament. It was a us team to beat. Brazil had michael bradley. Josie altidore en-. That's the tournament that got bin fica and portugal to pay a two million dollar transfer fee for freddie and he arrives then fica the same time as dobbin louise and on held de maria who would go onto the biggest clubs. In freddie's first season there he was basically like one of those guys. He wasn't back and then he goes out on loan starting the next season and that's when things started to get bad because he would see freddy. Do these really positive things. In the summer tournaments with the us and then he couldn't establish himself with any consistency at the club level in that became a question for me with a lot of interviewees for this series of like why was that the case and they felt like he had more discipline when he was in a camp environment for a for a short tournament with. Us that a disciplined that he lost when he was playing at club level. There are plenty of prodigy's that start playing soccer. And going to talent cavs going i m g academies at age eleven for the most part you look at the i team. That's pretty much everybody story at some of the top clubs along european or an across globe and he had a very solid career. There guys that you know if they are you telling me. I'm scoring a i'm playing in the gold cup final for my country and i'm one of the best players for it and i had all these high expectations for many players. Like if i'm mixed disagreed for for example i'm kicking my heels up and saying i had a damn good career but because of all the was put on him it ends up being a cautionary tale. Very i feel for. I feel for freddy adu and i really hope. I really hope it's sad story for him. It's one of optimism. I don't think it is for him. And we had people like mike. Pecci is former dc. United team-mate leaves. Mls actually owed freddie that he thinks last she higher freddie to work with young players teenagers and talk to them about making the adjustment to becoming a professional in sort of be part of an orientation process which i think would be a good use of of wet. Freddie does in what he experienced when he knows he's a great communicator. Always a good thing on rent jumps off in. It jumps off the headphones that he has a story. That could resonate with america's youth. And i really hope. I know he's still trying to play in the professional ranks but i hope as a pivot in his neck sep he could apply some of his life lessons because he leaned on plenty of older mentors to this day keeps in touch with them and i really hope he can see. That would be really nice sort of jedi type of story for for freddie a to continue his career and help the continued growth and development. I don't think his contribution to the us men's soccer team or over by any stretch of imagination. I really hope there's a lane for him there exist. I think it's possible grant. I can't say enough. Good things about this project and your contributions overall to the sport and the development of the sport here in the country really the most legendary soccer rider we have grant wall. Thank you so much for taking the time out to join me here on mystery crate. Make sure to subscribe to football with grant wall which is a times produce in has contributions from someone named chris wittingham. He's off in the shadows. Uc seems to be a good kid. He works on a lot of good soccer projects. You may want to check that out. An american prodigy freddy. Do make sure to subscribe to that. The series is going through when grant you episodes every day through the new year. There's to be seven to make sure to check that out grand. Thank you so much. Thanks so much..

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Long lines, enthusiasm but no major problems as US votes

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Long lines, enthusiasm but no major problems as US votes

"The White House racy is wrapping up with what's likely to be a record number of ballots cast around one hundred two million Americans voted early roughly three quarters of the total ballots cast in the entire twenty sixteen race among those who had the polls today in Iowa John Pender who voted for president trump does president ever Kathy rating is a Democrat but also voted for the president got a better head on his shoulders the mind goes into an ocean Wisconsin Jason Beck voted for the president four years ago that was a big mistake and is backing Joe Biden this time as he is Mariah foster who blames the president for mishandling the virus pandemic it's still getting worse it's not getting better officials have warned counting ballots could take days this year because so many were mailed in Sager mag ani Washington

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How do you avoid hitting growth ceilings?

The GrowthTLDR

05:51 min | 6 months ago

How do you avoid hitting growth ceilings?

"So we're going to go into one of our favorite topics. One of the ones that get asked a lot of bad in terms of companies who are in scale up. So not so much startup startup the the challenge isn't where are the opportunities or the challenged isn't on my God like I've run out of room to continue to grow. It's how do I prioritize the best places for me to get scaled to get leveraged? How do I make good decisions? We've talked about on the show before that leadership is really all about how you. Say No to things how you prioritize things and we just released an episode Tuesday Thomas Play who is the VP Growth Cossio manages a team of one hundred and fifty people hopefully people caught that episode another part of leadership we talked that episode. Episodes team design. But so in startup, you're kind not going, hey, where is the opportunities like I'm running out of road? I don't find. I am running into these seasons. You're kind of more prioritizing where spend the small amount of time resources and budget that I have when you move the scale on the things that happens is hugh start to reach plateaus in certain channels and you call them growth sealants you can call them just hidden that kind of point where there's really let rim to continue to scale in that channel, and so one of the first concepts will start with is we've talked about this before we'll go through a couple of concepts and the notes left taken on them so. There's all kinds of starts product channel fit, and so Paul Graham has a great quote. He talks about most startups fail because they fail to understand their users problems. They've just fundamentally the product that their users. May their users may use, but they can certainly live without right. So when you're making choices in terms of the things that are integral to how you do your work or how you live your life, these products is failed to fulfill that goal for those users or failed to fulfill that promise to there's users. Another common reason why companies fail is because they have failed to. Think about their product channel Said and you've heard Scotland. I talk about this a lot on the tail Dr. it's a term coined by Brian by to CEO at reforge reforge one of the best places you can go learn about growth a lot of the people who come on here talk about growth and talk about leadership in growth are actually teachers over on the reforge course. So we're startup cannot become a scale up with at least one channel where they can acquire customers in a scalable and repeatable way. Right you can go through any company that has reached the scale up where past product market fit than they've kind of gone on to become this kind of scale company they figured at least one channel that is able to acquire users leads whatever it may be in a repeatable scale of the way. So if you look at apps like Uber Lift Snapchat, they all started with these kind of low local strategies which were. Not Scalable but could get them some initial growth right if you think about lifted uber these global companies which. Millions of users in lots and lots in drivers have created this whole economy of of drivers and users across the globe. They went to round two local offices to begin with. So they picked her a city and they went around and give free credits at different offices. They would drive up to the office and they will give the staff that office they would give them all free credits to use uber lift and they targeted of course, tech companies. Tech companies tend to be early adopters and can help spread those APPs Evan Evan Williams for snapchat snapchat. Actually, I think recently went above their IPO price for the first time ever kind of benefit from a lot of the noise around Tiktok but snapchat when they launched an Williams, he went to malls and give out flyers that's not very scalable. And that helps them in that startup mode when they're trying to find product market fit. But obviously when they get into the scale up mode, they need to find real real scalable growth in the do that for those apps do that through Virology User Valley where you can spread that within your own network incentivize where. Uber do things like credits. We can give credits to people to get their first ride with the APP for free. PINTEREST and EXC-. Really, these platforms have scaled through for the most part Google I'll give you a little bit of caveat to that but for the most part scaled through google, but Oetzi and pinterest. In the first days of like when they were trying to find product market fit they did local meet up straight. It's kind of funny to think about that him pinterest at sea kind of marketplace Pinterest, the large social network. and. It's funny to think about that. They started up with these local meet UPS Oetzi woodcraft people who kind of sold embark crafts pinterest with. Interior designers pinterest is interesting because you could say that axiom pinterest of. Scale through Google Pinterest, initially scale through facebook. So a lot of their scale Kim through social. They did a really good job of figuring out how to get people to share their boards, kind of way through facebook and facebook chains around with some point and shut that down and Pinterest is quite. An interesting use case because then they they managed to pivot to Google and they did not smart way. Buffer, which is the social media. Publishing up they scaled through guest post in. That was if you read their kind of initial story of how they got some traction product market fit they wrote their founders wrote about one hundred, two, hundred, fifty guests posts. That's how initial traction and then they scaled through Google had a lot of content like a lot of BB companies haven't published her for the industry scour through content plus Seo

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About Those Murder Hornets

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:21 min | 6 months ago

About Those Murder Hornets

"Trending Bug news state into montages have warned. They won the opening battle against murder Hornets in Washington. Successfully, removing I nest discovered in the US and officials say they found the nest located in the cavity of tree my cousin has a master's in Tamala Judy she knows about every bug on the planet with it's crazy. Own Yes. She does my cousins Sharon from Chicago the Nets tells between one hundred, two, hundred Hornets. Goddamn. The state's Department of Agriculture tweet it crews track down the nest after weeks of searching after receiving permission from the owner of the land in which the dead tree was located. A team of workers dressed from head to toe in protective suits vacuumed the insects out of their nest the Hornets are less threatening to humans than they found. The CDC says bees, wasps, and the mill Hornets kill more Americans each year than murder Hornets killed people in Asia where they're usually found earning murder horn, it's murder. Yeah. It's crazy.

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Chiefs rout Broncos 43-16 as Mahomes barely breaks a sweat

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Chiefs rout Broncos 43-16 as Mahomes barely breaks a sweat

"The chiefs led from wire to wire thumping Denver forty three sixteen the Superbowl champ showed off their resourcefulness getting points from offense defense and special teams coach Andy Reid when all three phases can contribute like that that's tough to beat and that's how the boys got to where they were hurt you know it is a live issue there but I wasn't all offense but it was everybody contributing and that's a big thank well racking up their tenth consecutive win over the Broncos Casey got a fifty yard pick six from Daniel Sorensen and Byron Pringle returned a kickoff one hundred two yards Patrick Mahomes threw ten yards to Tyreek hill completing a TD pass into seventeenth straight game the chiefs go to six and one well the Broncos fall the two and four Bruce Morton Denver

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31. Dive Flags, EN-ROADS climate solution simulator, diving the Andrea Doria - burst 02

Scuba Shack Radio

03:57 min | 1 year ago

31. Dive Flags, EN-ROADS climate solution simulator, diving the Andrea Doria - burst 02

"Many of us go on die vacations to exotic spots and do a majority of our diving from a boat. I did a piece on boat diving etiquette back in February. And you can check out the archives if you're interested one of the things we don't have to worry about when we were diving from a boat is having a die flag that all changes if we are sure diving. You'RE GONNA have to fly or carry your own die flag now. I I learned about die. Flags in my patty open water diver course like most of us have and we actually used a die flag when we were doing our certification dives at Fort Weather. All in Jamestown Rhode Island. Now I went back to my original open water manual to look at what they covered. Yeah I still have that manual. That was before we had the electronic learning. Now we're all familiar with the red rectangular flag that has the white diagonal stripe but remember. There's also blue and white double tailed pennant. Or Alpha flag that signifies diving operations now according to Patty. The flag must be large enough to be seen from at least one hundred yards or meters away so to give you some perspective. Think about this. You're standing on the goal line of a football field and that you're able to see and more importantly identify that flag placed on the other goal. Line I want to cover a couple of other things about your die. Flat your flag is supposed to be flying so do accomplish. This usually have a wire across the flag to keep it extending now. You GotTa make sure that that wire is in place and there are no rips or tears in the flag the might make go limp remember. You're on that far goal line and it's Kinda hard to pick out the flag if it's not flying also. The flag needs to be seen by any boats in the area and should be at least three feet above the surface. Now that's absolutely necessary. When there are choppy seas the laws in your area may have special requirements. So you're going to have to check them out on the distances etc. But if they don't you WanNa stay within fifty feet of your diet. Flag and boats are supposed to stay one hundred two hundred feet away from die flat. Now I can tell you from experience and seeing it. That doesn't always happen. Boats don't usually respect. Sometimes they don't respect that one hundred two hundred foot rule. The die flags pretty simple is usually has a float and nears. This poll that goes through the middle of it runs through the the float and it usually has a counterweight on the bottom to keep the pole upright. Now you also have a line attached to it. That usually seventy five hundred feet normally polypropylene wrapped around the holder. Like I said it's pretty simple until you get into water you have to practice holding it leading out the line keeping the float above you not trailing way behind pulling the float underwater or getting tangled up in the line of another die flag or your gear. We've seen it all at our open waters in Jamestown. Also remember you need to hang onto your holder. We've seen that to die. Flags get away from people. Remember die. Flags are another important piece of your safety equipment and it's only safe. You know how to use it. So when you're on your shore dive be cognizant of what you're doing with that die flag practice with it and be safe with it.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KPCC

"To reduce its troop levels in Afghanistan from the current twelve thousand personnel to eight thousand six hundred friend here news I'm teri Schultz in Brussels in Mississippi residents are bracing for the possibility of catastrophic flooding around Jackson as the Pearl River rose after days of torrential rain governor Tate reeve says the river will continue to rise warning that it is a precarious situation they can turn at any moment we expect the water to rise fairly quickly from here but we think the worst of it is going to happen after nightfall a mandatory evacuation order is in place for affected areas National Weather Service says the river X. is expected to crest tomorrow in the Jackson area thirty seven and a half feet that is slightly lower than the thirty eight foot crest that had been forecast you're listening to NPR news from Washington novelist essayist playwright and biographer eighty Hotchner has died he was one hundred two years old and here's Bob Mondello reports he worked his connections as a friend of the famous Hotchner grew up during the Great Depression a childhood he wrote about in the novel king of the hill which was adopted as the Steven Soderbergh film he worked with Tennessee Williams on his college magazine with JD Salinger and Ernest Hemingway as an editor for cosmopolitan and when he adapted one of Hemingway's stories for television he met Paul Newman and partnered with him when Newman joked that he wanted to sell his homemade salad dressing in some local stores it turned into a multi million dollar business and charity Hotchner meanwhile wrote bestselling biographies of Hemingway Doris day's a feeler ran and also the book for a musical called let him rocks at the age of one hundred he completed a detective novel Bob Mondello NPR news at the weekend box office the redesigned sonic the hedgehog debuted in first place with an estimated fifty seven million dollars in ticket sales that was above expectations because last year the movie trailer was considered a flop so the release was delayed until Sony could give the title character a makeover birds of prey slid to second place with seventeen million dollars in third place the horror remake of the seventies heat that TV show fantasy island at twelve million and another new release the photograph debuted in fourth place with twelve million dollars Asian markets are trading mixed territory at this hour at the Nikkei is down about six tenths of a percent the hang sang in Hong Kong up nearly seven tenths of a percent I'm Jeanine herbs NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Carnegie corporation of New York supporting innovations in education democratic engagements and the advancement of international peace and security more information is available online at Carnegie dot org and Americans for the.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In of one hundred two tackles this past season at Oklahoma the free agency market officially opens March eighteenth the draft kicks off Thursday April twenty third now your exclusive W. CDM weather channel forecast we are taking a little bit of a break from wet weather it's a brief break now lots of clouds for the rest of today with a few light rain showers showing up late this afternoon temperatures are going to be holding steady in the low forties so it definitely is cooler here comes the next round of rain overnight and the raids with us often on tomorrow fifty six the high Friday rain in the morning but a dry afternoon I need Allah just Terry Smith from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CDM at the Babe Ruth museum in Baltimore forty thirty nine in Elkridge reporting at eleven OO six I'm Michael Phil Apelles six eighty W. C. B. M. news stay connected and informed listen to AM six eighty or stream us on your PC tablet or phone at W. C. B. M. dot com the W. CDM studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution called robber role we for that solution for one no two six six eleven twenty country feel fine talk radio six eighty W. C. V. M. three of the program the aforementioned Derek hunter show and the lead time for we have a lot more ground because it's just not enough time to do that the wait time keeps on foot for the Quaker to appreciate.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Bond at one hundred two thousand dollars for former school safety officer, Scott Peterson charged for failing to confront the gunman in the parkland shooting in court this morning. The judge also denied emotion from the defense, which would have allowed Scott Peterson to return to his home in North Carolina to get his passport as a condition of his release Elon Musk is getting a thumbs down from scientists thousands of trainers condemning SpaceX Pounder along must plan to put thousands of satellites into orbit to provide high speed internet access for people in remote areas of the world, the more than thirteen thousand members of the international astronomical union say the network known as Starling will lead to light pollution. They say can also disrupt large ground based astronomical telescopes a network of sixty communications satellites went into orbit last month there, the first of a plan to Ray of twelve thousand satellites, Lisa Carter, NBC News Radio, the United States in the United Kingdom will be two of the country signing. D day proclamation to commemorate, the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day. Landings Theresa May will host fifteen world leaders figures from every country that fought alongside the UK to honor the largest combined land air, naval operation in history today, those countries have agreed to make joint statement, pledging to ensure that the unimaginable horror of World War, Two is not repeated the d day proclamation, including signatures by the UK, and US commit to working together to resolve international tensions. Peacefully, assigning happens despite ties between the US and its traditional European allies having become strained under President Trump, Mike Bauer NBC News Radio. The former British spy who compiled a dossier that claimed Donald Trump had ties to Russia will be questioned by investigators Christopher Steele is planning to meet with us officials in London in the coming weeks. The interview is expected to cover steals relationship with the FBI the NBA finals resumed tonight as the Toronto Raptors visit the Golden State Warriors in game three the best of seven series is tied at one each after. The warriors earned a road win in game two on Sunday. Next update the half hour. I'm Karen her to stay connected news, anytime at eight fifty W. F T, L dot com. Onto.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on WTVN

"Now. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. All right. We'll go back to the marklevinshow. Dan Bongino in for Mark Levin. On a very serious note before we get back to the topics the shore. I wanted to recognize a another lost hero. I used to be as many of, you know, New York City police officer was a great job Aley did it for a couple of years earlier earlier in my life, but met some of the finest men and women have ever worked with in my life, and we lost one last night detective Brian Simonson, and I just wanted to recognize him in front of Mark's audience and his the the sacrifices he made he was thinking this story folks, he visited detective and he was responding to a call. But he wasn't working. He was just going into the precinct. I believe it was one hundred second precinct. Fernan administrative meeting. It wasn't even required to work doing basically policing work that day. But here's this radio. Call for robbery in progress at a T mobile store and like every hero patriot. He responds says call the duty even though he didn't have to do that. And he walks in and unfortunately in a friendly fire incident with a subject who had a a what looked to be a weapon it later turned out to be fake. But it didn't. I mean, if you see the pictures, there's no way you would know that but he was killed. So I want to recognize him and say godspeed brother, really, you are the finest of us all of you. And it's just a shame that some of our cops have to put up with some of the nonsense. They put up with for very little they get none of the fame. None of the glory. None of the riches out of this job. And they put their butts on the line every day. So the tech the Brian Simonson? God bless you, brother and your family. If anyone's listen, you got a real hero there. I know that does nothing to. To get rid any of the pain. But this at least worth mentioning all right, folks. So he's tough to segue out of that. But I feel it's important that we we mentioned his name. We don't hear their names enough. So yesterday as I insisted was not a good day for the Democrats. Although there painting it out to be as such. I again, I think Trump is coming out of this. These these constant this litany of of a proposed shutdowns and disastrous budget deals, I think he is coming out of this on the political winds citing I'm gonna take some calls on it later. She got someone on a coal board who agrees disagrees. He says, hey, Trump didn't win. I'll get through is calling a minute. Chris didn't have much of a choice. But I disagree, folks. He does have a choice. I mean, there's always a choice. The choice may not be maybe a Hobson's choice may not be a good one. It may be a series of bad options. But there is a Trump could very well not sign this deal on on on Friday when the budget deadline kicks in and shut down the government again, he could he that's perfectly. That's a choice. He has. I'm simply suggesting to you. Although it's a bad deal. It is the only option we have right now because there are no good deals out there. We don't have the votes, and I think that does make him the winner and winning politically and making a consistent number of deposits its way political capital Bank account where you're gonna make withdrawals later to do big things. In other words, what Mark Thiessen who's he suggested leveraging the sequester in December on FOX last night, which I thought was a terrific point this equestrian, remember the budget control act, folks, the budget control act signed under Obama. So the liberal media will have nowhere to go member. Bama was getting pressure on the debt and the deficits and the debt ceiling and the increases in the debt ceiling remember that. So well, Bama was forced to sign the budget control act, which automatically puts a cap on government expenditures. They have been waving that cap since it started that cap will go into effect automatically in December Trump has leverage in that. Ladies and gentlemen, I'm not a sun Suu guy. I'm not gonna do you like the art of war and give you all these dramatic quotes. But why would you engage in a fight? You know, you can't win. I'm telling you. I two key one that first shutdown fight. He got the Democrats on the record as being obstinate at best being completely unwilling to engage in a back and forth on any reasonable border security mechanism. I think they came out of this big losers. He comes in like the adult in the room. He he caves on a couple of points. He had to I'm not suggesting he got anywhere close to what he wanted. But he makes deposits in that account, which hopefully can withdraw later whether it's judicial court appointments the sequester a cut of significant government spending, ladies and gentlemen, sequester kicks in December. We're looking at close to one hundred and twenty billion dollars in spending cuts. That's nowhere close to enough to today to stop the bleeding. But it's enough to really at least it's a start. At least it's a start. We gotta start racking up some wins. Additional wins. But that wasn't the only portion of the Democrats really bad day yesterday. The Russian collusion. Fairytale is finally fully completely collapsing and taking down all of the imbeciles and morons who promoted this colossal tier one level hoax to every impressionable soccer who sucked it up like a bunch of idiots. A case you missed it. Richard Burr, who's the chairman of the Senate Intel committee. Not a die hard conservative, and certainly not some kind of flame thrower. He's a Republican. But a very. I don't know. I don't know how to say milk toast. Level toned kind of moderate down the middle guy who's been I think to our detriment more than willing to entertain allegations of collusion. Finally comes out yesterday and emits after a leak by NBC news about the Senate Intel committee report that marrying up with the houses investigation. The house select committee on this. Marrying up with their charges that there is no direct evidence of this collusion. They haven't found anything. This by multiple witnesses, hundreds of documents testimony countless dollars they have found. Nothing this Mary's up with the Muller probe which has yet to find a darn thing about collusion. Now, the liberal media. I was just reading a tweet by the hilarious. Western Natasha Bertrand Natasha Bertrand with what's her where does she I mean? Hold on. I'm doing this neutron. She writes it the Atlantic. Oh, she's an MSNBC. Sorry. She's an MSA NBC contract thought, she was a journalist. So she's an MSNBC contributor meeting. Of course. She's a comedian by nature, but maybe she's pretending to be a journalist. I don't know. But making some allegation. Well, we'll look out the window, and we see snow on the ground. And although we didn't see it snow. It's not direct evidence. Said it snowed. But we see snow. So we can assume it snowed. That was that was genius. What fantastic analysis by Natasha Bertrank comedian over an MS DNC grad is great work. So I responded to the scenario street. Let me just re I should re tweets on the air. But still it's funny. Anyway. I think it's funny because it's my you should never laugh at your own jokes. But with throwing all the radio rules out the window today. So I tweeted, hey, listen, I'm sorry for retweeting. You're basically all dumber for having seen this below tweet from quote journalists, but I feel it obligation to sacrifice a few collective neurons in order to show you how ridiculous the media loons become in the Trump era, ladies and gentlemen. There is no evidence of collusion. They can't find it anywhere. Now, what's fascinating about this is the circumstantial indirect direct evidence, which I'm going to get to over the next hour or so of the show the circumstantial indirect evidence of Russian collusion with the Democrats is heavy, but Natasha Bertrand MS DNC, comedian won't acknowledge any of that reduce throw on the ground. So I didn't see it snow, but it consume it snow because it's circumstantial possibly the dumbest tweet you're ever going to see in your entire life. There is they're trying to fabricate a crime that doesn't exist. The Senate Intel committee had to come out and acknowledge that this thing is all garbage and liberals are freaking out that looney toon not set Abramson. Conspiracy theory guy who tried to he's been pushing this hoax forever on his Twitter account about collusion was melting down. Yesterday on Twitter melting down book more this day. He he's, you know, they're always lips are always so traumatic because they're they're not hard like us. They haven't had a deal with the debating their whole lives with maniacs coming at us and calling us. The worst names of the book liberals have been coddled their whole lives. They've been coddled. They've been coddled through the education system. They're liberal parents. That's why they're snowflakes they are. So they meltdown. They try to be a fake tough guys on Twitter. They're always say, they're so dramatic. You know, they take lines from my tombstone dot Colladay whiter holes. Joel stern Cisco. It's so embarrassing like stop the nonsense. Do the Susan powder. Stop the Saturday. You look like idiots. Stop trying to be tough guy. Drut? Your huckleberry. They're so stupid. They melt down such ridiculous childish fat. It's hysterical. So they lost it yesterday because the Senate Intel committee along with every other investigative body, and has looked at this thing has come out and said what everybody else has said that this is a hoax, and you're a moron. If you believe it. So as my public service announcement for the day only imbeciles believe in the collusion.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Five one hundred two and a half here. Here's here's where. The problem is he got two of the bigger dogs or Texas, the eleven point dog Georgia Oklahoma fourteen point dog, so almost they soon, and it's up to nine you got three dogs that are even state might be live in that game. I don't care. I don't care about Justice all being out chew behind. It's better than him. Anyway, they played. And they're great is an underdog under under Gundy. So of those three I gave oak state the best chance of winning. But he see you cal-. He you're going to score any points against Cal. I don't know. I love Gary. But they're not yet been since leave it. Yeah, it's a mess and cows, you know, that's that's in fee that if that's what your banking on that's tough, man. That's that's why Baylor on I li-, Andy. I like Baylor games in Houston two teams. You know, we're going to be excited about playing that'd be a fun game West Virginia. No greer. No, no. I mean about no chance you. So if Dungy plays forget it forget, I just can't. I don't know is Jack Allison going to be who's playing for West Virginia quarterback. Do they wanna plead ignorance here? But like do they have some checking off as gone? Yeah. But isn't Allison? The only other quarterback was played for them. This year is that who's gonna play or talking about maybe start kid that has played. That's because that's what you can do Trent Jackson because I just have this image of last year in the ball game without rear against Utah. They had no chance no one. No Utah's defense was much better than what they're gonna face against Eric. Yeah. But gosh, if you if you if you got this inkling early on that Greer wasn't gonna play and you grab six and a half. Syracuse. -gratulations? Thank you. It's a good, man. I thought they were going to win. Anyway, it's about this. Now, we'll grew. I don't know the elite eleven rankings or whatever what he was when he came out know he was known. He was Hyun deal. When he went to Florida, obviously, it was unfortunate. What happened there will Greer's going to leave college in never play in a bowl game? How don't you want to go play in this game? Come on. I would. But man, and I get it like tackle. That's his buddy. You know? know, He he got got hurt. Don't wanna get hurt. I get I get it. I I'd wanna play tough. I'd feel like I was letting my team down. But that Ireland say say he's is not going to be hosting. It was because he's even a first round pick probably second and third. But he said like now, he's definitely not going in the first round. I'm like, wow. That's that's dicey. All right. So I'm going on. What are you like you like on over on big twelve? See I think is a really good chance. Iowa State wins. Okay. Okay. I would much rather lay the bigger number lay the three fifty and go under three and a half. Okay. I don't think they go four and three no no way because you your your banking on to those three big dogs winning. I think in order to get to four I think your best bets for wins are Baylor Baylor, Iowa, State and state and probably TCU after that Macau's offered just dreadful. Yeah. Brutal. Yeah. But TCU's that that that they're not anything what they aren't. You know, I go I juice it up to three fifty and go under three I give me my Pac twelve. Seven ball teams. Yes, sir. Zona state dog against Fresno. Cal we taught chance. Yup. Cal yon, wazoo three and a half point favorites. Like him Stanford six and a half. Versus pit scary. Very scary game. Very scary. Oregon minus three Michigan state love. Love smart loves loves loves them, Utah mine seven against north western in the battle of the underdogs..

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"From Hollywood. On one hundred two point seven. VJ drew? Point seven kiss FM. Seven kiss up print club deviate level Hollywood and Highland. Martinez. Rocking the.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"But again, you could technically say one hundred eighty. One thousand folks could fit into that speedway. So maybe Trump would want to try that. Here is the bigger issue, though. One hundred two thousand Texas one hundred thousand at AT and t. stadium. One hundred eighty thousand at the Texas Motor Speedway Trump has been doing these big rallies since he became a candidate back in twenty fifteen. But as he ever come close to one hundred thousand to one hundred thousand one hundred eighty one thousand, but we went back and we looked and I gotta tell you, there are no exact numbers out there. They don't necessarily give. Out tickets and count Stubbs and take attendance at these rallies. So you know, we don't have exact numbers for the Trump rallies. We've seen his estimates sometimes they're different than the fire department's estimate. They're different than the media's estimate. But I think we could say this if you went with the most generous interpretation for one of these Trump rallies, we've had so far. It was probably back in August of twenty fifteen willing to say we could be wrong in. This could be off by a few thousand this way or that way. But probably the biggest single Trump rally that's happened so far was at a football stadium in the football, loving state of Alabama in mobile, Alabama, in August of twenty fifteen. Maybe you remember this one in the crowd, there was probably twenty thousand on the low end to thirty thousand on the high end. And that's probably about the best Trump's done. He's probably come close to that a few other times when we could find looking back at these things. So that's the challenge for Trump if he wants to find the biggest stadium he can in Texas. He's got some options. You could fit six figures there when it comes to people, but the biggest Trump. Rally so far in three years about twenty to thirty thousand. So that would be quite a challenge for the president. If he wants to live up to what he put in that tweet, they're coming up. Thousands of people have been standing in the heat late into the night, paying their final respects to John McCain, Senator stirring farewell in Washington. When the eleventh hour continues..

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Limbaugh newsradio one hundred two point nine karn let me let me squeeze another phone call in here but folks we have dynamite coming up we've trade out on fire on the inspector general report today during hearings here's tim in columbus ohio great that you waited sir welcome to the program russ hey i'm calling about the latest tactic of the media of playing a traumatized child crying for their dead and i want to explain why this video makes me angry i used to be a third shift investigator for child protective services i participated in multiple children rules no it doesn't didn't never mattered was remove to from physical abuse sexual abuse for abuse the children never understood what we're going they just do they were leaving their parents and they would respond in a way like this child so the media is taking a natural response of a child cleaning it without giving rest of the context if people would would have taped the response of some of the children which would include some spare short down because they would throw up nonstop from screaming at me everything else if that if that was the only thing played well let me tell you something tim i'm glad you call to make this point you reminded me that i want to expand on a point that i made a couple of weeks ago just need to write myself a quick note here folks i don't forget this and all the stuff going on here these kids their parents if there is no different than the victims of an accent there being exploited it doesn't matter why they're crying the media will lie about it if they have to there have been all kinds of misrepresentations of photos of people in distress the media has lied about to move along public opinion but this one with the kids more to and even tough talk from president trump laming mexico for the crisis at the border and saying criminals taking advantage mugler's know how the system works they game this game it it's so easy for them but more republicans are concerned about the separation of children from their parents including congressman mike turner bill that's currently being proposed by the speaker would end this practice so you know obviously the leadership of the house is moving and taking action to change it for its part mexico today condemns the us separation policy us and south korean defense officials have formerly suspended a major joint military exercise all in the hopes of advancing nuclear negotiations with north korea the us is threatening new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in chinese goods china vows retaliations and the market is fearful of the consequences of an all out trade war the dow is down three hundred thirty points i'm mike moss it's eighty two degrees heading for a high of eightyseven i'm chris ingram newsradio one or two point nine k a r n the supervisor from the boys and girls club of america branch in mayflower said it was only five minutes but jason funkhouser found out that wasn't the case i learned from the police department that had been more than five minutes had been hour and a half to two hours of what the policeman told thankfully the two kids were okay after they were left behind by the bus headed on a field trip but funkhouser wants action we had to learn the truth from a seven year old and a nine year old just doesn't make sense tis the season when people start leaving kids in cars to michel williams sean aaron robinson left their two kids in a car while they went into walmart saturday with the car off the windows up in the sunroof open robinson said the witnesses that heard the kids screaming should have gotten them out of the car a misdiagnosis at the va north west arkansas now a dead patient pathological was working there while impaired in that pathologist was employed from to thousand five to october of last year is job analyzing tissue samples now twenty thousand cases are being analyzed for other oversights the pathologist was suspended in two thousand sixteen due to his impairment but completed a recovery program they end resumed his duties a review of nine hundred recent cases found seven misdiagnoses.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"One hundred two point nine k a r n okay time to hit the phones and we're going to start in chicago this is mark it's great that you waited sir thank you so much for that how you doing good thanks him a first time caller longtime listener there is no blue wave i can just tell you conservatives and your listeners will not participate in the polls that drive these opinions and if we do we're gonna miss lead them anyway we understand the the importance of doing instead of talking and we finally have a president that's doing something and next year the media will spend his time trying to explain what happened to the blue way you know this is a great great point thank mark has made a great point here and let me summarize in my own inimitable words the drive bys just as government does not plan for the dynamic results of policies such as tax cuts you know they'll sit up there and no device tax cut your tax increase was listening with tax cuts democrats another watching is to lose so much money you're taking you're taking money out of washington they don't stop to think what the result of the tax cuts going to be they don't see that more people are going to be hired and therefore more tax payers are going to be created more taxpayers paying taxes equals an increase in tax revenue because tax rates were caught that's dynamic scoring as opposed to static well with trump the democrats and the blue wave the media's doing the same thing and again it's route is arrogance it is era gates and condescension the first mistake the.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"One hundred two point nine k a r n okay now there's a couple things i've alluded to that i'm going to get get to south korea north korea peace talks kim jong own walking across the border there are things have happened in north look i'm not trying to take credit away from donald trump do not misunderstand but i think there's a lot more to this than is being reported about why all of a sudden kim jong hoon is promising to stop all of his nuclear activity and all that and you're gonna love it when you hear it it's coming up plus kimberley strassel and her suggestions on how to stop all this investigation is not even criminals not it's it's it's all politics the losers are getting away with running a phony fake bogus socalled investigation against somebody at one in election the losers are getting away with this and there's nothing criminal that's happened here unless you go back to two thousand thirteen and fourteen to one charge paul manafort for lincoln the wrong way at some russians anyway bob in spokane washington back at you sir we're going back to the phones how you doing rush doing great thanks for taking the call on a pleasure to talk to you thank you somebody's gonna ask them at some point well if they're your personal memoirs why did you leave him with the fbi who's gonna ask him this is my whole point who's gonna ask it from britain going brett baragan you ask them if i ask him it's not gonna change anything correct prosecutor needs to ask him correct but needs to be answering these questions on a witness stand it begs the question why did you leave there with the fbi for if you truly believe they're your personal because he he alluded i wanted the bureau.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"One hundred two point nine k a r n i wonder wonder who minutes after the hour savage nation warren piece let me hear it for a minute i need i've got a mike whole day doing good for now under a wonder adding up the cost of the bombing mission so each missile cost one point two million dollars they allegedly dropped seventy of them off a b one bombers right and from a few subs test them out like the stupa bombers you have to test those subs rusty you don't fire those tomahawks off a nuclear sab every once in a while they get rusty the silos right so had a good test case here they had a bomb syria some empty buildings and allegedly fired seventy of them planes they dropped the b one bomber sub seventy times one point two is about one hundred million dollars now you add in the cost of fuel of flying the b ones the fuel of driving the nuclear submarine to the area the overtime gotta move a whole fleet out of their over into the mediterranean to to deceive the russians this thing ended up to a lot of money you end up to travel and entertainment the dry cleaning of all the uniforms after mission like this is a lot of money so this is to cost a billion dollars this little so a lot of money when you think about it to the bombing empty building why did hannity lists cohen services people are asking.

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KARN 102.9

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Lucky readers will win big with the march april issue of ta petro's roadking magazine producers of the feature film wheeler are giving away not just one but two twenty eighteen international lonestar slightly used hero trucks they'll be driven by the central character guide wheeler during the filming followed by a four month promotional tour of ta petro truck stops plus you can qualify to win an all expense paid utah flyfishing adventure with professional guide and road king editorial contributor bridget fable you can also find a great lineup of editorial features including florida fishing nascar nhra and world land speed record sports plus homer hogs maintenance matters used truck buying tips and more pick up your copy of the march april road king or read online at roadking dot dot com today then entered to win one of two wheeler trucks and the utah fly fishing adventure find road king magazine at your nearest ta petro location red eye radio and our sponsors are devoted to trucking safety that's why we're proud to bring you the red eye radio million mile club for twenty seven years we've been saluting drivers who have surpassed the million mile mark with preventable accidentfree driving by reaching this milestone you can be a part of an elite club of drivers who share remarkable safety records and demonstrate superior driving skills if you or someone you know is a truck driver with a million miles or more of driving without a preventable accident register online at redeye radio show dot com that's red eye radio show dot com the red eye radio million mile club would not be possible without the support of our great sponsors including petro stopping centers house lubricate her the daska family of companies motel six the saint christopher fund cat scale and cobra electronics we applaud the individual truckers and fleets who drive with care and keep our highways safe this is rush limbaugh they've started banning guns and they've been doing that for the longest time is now people are stabbing each other and here comes this novice leftist mayor after an epidemic of stabbings and acid attacks in london has gotten so bad that the london mayor sadique khan is announcing broad new knife control policies that i saw this this has to be an onion story listen to rush limbaugh mornings at eleven following chris plante on newsradio one hundred two point nine k a r n are.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"One hundred two point nine k a r n trade partners inflicted twentyfive percent retaliatory tariff on us soybeans rice corn and green arkansas could take a three hundred eighty three million dollar hit according to a recent analysis by the university of arkansas division of agriculture on first news earlier today with kevin miller the director of the arkansas soybean association brad doyle says china is the state's number one customer and our beans are also exported to many other areas in countries doyle is against putting a tariff on soybeans soybeans have an advantage over midwestern in northern solvency we have a higher protein so we in the cell have an advantage over our reverend up north but we have a large neighbor to the south brazil who was our largest competitor and they already have a trade advantage with china right now if we have tariff simplysafe's and prices allow how down to use more of the brazilian soybeans we're going to be a by down here we're going to have a little bit tougher time finding a customer and possibly lose out when when prices drop three women arrested five pounds of meth seized in a bust in the river valley fox twenty four north west arkansas report greenwood police force smith police sebastian county sheriff's officials and state police all assisted in seizing five pounds as well as scales and packaging material tamra shipley brown elizabeth tester and lisa kelly all arrested they've been charged with trafficking methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia judge wendell riffing has put medical marijuana on hold in the state of arkansas he ruled the medical marijuana commissions process of scoring and awarding cultivar cultivation licenses is null and void bowen school of law professor john silver stream says it's now waiting game attorney general has indicated that the state is going to appeal to the arkansas supreme court and now we simply have to wait for the appellate process to work itself out next news in thirty minutes bob steel newsradio one hundred two point nine karn have you ever felt the frustration of trying to describe to someone a very complicated experience then after a time simply throwing up a hand and saying you just had to be there he's a partner men can count on five zero one five zero two zero zero zero zero online at cordellcordell dot com that's cordellcordell dot com office in downtown little rock chana messori licensed in arkansas announcer is a paid presenter westwood one.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"One hundred two point nine k a r n all right look i don't think anybody is really happy the president signed this monstrosity today one point three trillion dollars just blowing up the deficit it's more spending than than than obama even did i never thought it'd be able to say that because he set world records and there are a bunch of horrible things in this bill a couple of good things things i would be remiss in my duty if i did not share a couple of good things with you for all the bad stuff in this bill i fully funds our military providing an additional six point one parmi an additional sixty one billion dollars for national defense over fiscal year two thousand seventeen levels the largest year to year increase in base funding for the apartment of defensive fifteen years the bill will also increase our security here at home by providing resources for new border security infrastructure and personnel but still not the wall second the bill includes the taylor force act legislation that was cosponsored actually by ted cruz john bozeman and several other senators which will stop us tax payer dollars from going to the palestinian authority if it continues its policy of paying monetary rewards to terrorists and their families which of course it will never stop doing that all right so five oh one four three three zero zero nine two line four.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hungry we can help double check my guys ukraine morris it was at the flu diet is that we do not already done enough poor lorry one hundred two feverlowering cell leno voice on man were like you are not come anywhere near this play no you are not there is a giant quarantine bubble right over you do not pasco do not collect two hundred dollars please legal have really sick with this flew home i now i'm so anyway so she'll be back on monday i'm sure of at meanwhile lorry yes okay so before we get to our super bowl in all just update we need to give a big um shout out to a young man whose name is that the detained miss ler who wish to miss lurd who is chairing these a 14yearold boy from maine who lives in florida who a week ago friday night two weeks ago friday night did a scratch off in a seven eleven and one ten dollars with that ten dollars he bought five powerball tickets automatic just generated whatever numbers came out of the machine and found out a week later when they announced the winner he won the sole winner of a hunt four hundred fifty million dollars in the jack back then came forward another week later i'm me down his lump sum payout is going to be two hundred eighty one point two million dollars she's twenty years old and he wrote on his facebook when he figured out that he won on january fifth oh my god now that is vague booking to the extreme hina in erez like why does he daggett about well here's a little bit about this young man is that he has gotten a crash course in financial management in the past week oh i bet you put together a team he's only twenty but i hope to use it to pursue a variety of passions help my family and do some good for humanity and we wish him well before is when he was a verification specialists at universal doing background screenings he quit his job of course yeah you know i always said i'd stay now okay i would for a little while for a little while later would you just do the.

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"one hundred seconds" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

WFLA News Radio

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred seconds" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

"Grow from one hundred two two hundred from two hundred two four hundred in depending on much longer they live 400 could eventually become eight hundred but a conservative four hundred thousand dollar almost gotcha mistake because of thinking they were taken the right tax mitigation solutions in check again the roth is a step in the right direction it's not the most ultimate step that people are learning just like you and your friends and neighbors that are listening you see another article goes on to talk about the very real risks of our mds rick required minimum distributions and if you're just joining us i was talking about an example of vitalone few to consider which ultimately so you know that's what you're 401 k an ira as your loaning the government money and then they're gonna tell you the interest rates are going to charge you you're gonna have to questions what are you going to charge me and when you want the money back and we know a required minimum distribution for those eu haven't that have not turned seventy half there listening when you turn seventy half you've got to take out what the value was of all your iras and 401 case the prior end of years value and you've got to pay a certain government mandated formula whether you want or need the money and if you don't take it it's a fifty percent penalty plus you still have to pay the tax on what the full required minimum distribution would be see folks that's what we're finding is putting a people over the tipping point of now having subjecting eighty five percent or so security and being taxed so if we can legally eliminate the armed eased by legally eliminating the ira's now we can typically show people how did not pay tax were much tax if not any on their social security benefits not have to be forced to pay triple the premiums on their medicare part b and d and not ultimately end up having them having to pay more tax in retirement than the amount of tax that they were make having to pay and during their peak wage earning years before retirement a carla freed had it article out if you like paying hefty tax bill stick with your regular 401 care ira the articles go on and on the most articles we see.

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