35 Burst results for "One Percent"

Vaccine Deserts: Some Countries Have No COVID-19 Jabs at All

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 hrs ago

Vaccine Deserts: Some Countries Have No COVID-19 Jabs at All

"Well the wills will feel nations have stockpiled coronavirus vaccines for their citizens many of the poor countries a still scrambling to secure this is nations like China in northern Africa have yet to receive vaccination doses the WHO's says about a dozen countries many of them in Africa I'm in the same position those lost in line on the continent along with Chad all booking a festive windy Eritrea and Tanzania W. H. O. says delays and shortages a driving African countries to slip further behind the rest of the world in the road out of because the vaccines with the continent accounting for only one percent of the vaccines administered worldwide so far I'm Charles de Ledesma

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U.S. Economy Generates 266,000 New Jobs in April — Far Fewer Than Forecast

The News & Why It Matters

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. Economy Generates 266,000 New Jobs in April — Far Fewer Than Forecast

"The. Us department of labor has released official april payroll report and This is not good news. It's really shocked wall street and prompted a lot of states to begin reexamining federal unemployment benefits so according to these numbers the economy added about two hundred sixty six thousand new jobs in april. This falls way short of forecasts and the unemployment rate rose to six point one percent. According to bloomberg overall employment remains eight million short of pre pandemic

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U.S. Job Growth Slows as Businesses Scramble to Find Workers

WSJ What's News

00:24 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. Job Growth Slows as Businesses Scramble to Find Workers

"Hiring in the us unexpectedly slowed in april. The labor department said the economy added two hundred. Sixty six thousand non-farm jobs. That's far short of the one million. Economists had forecast and the weakest monthly gain since january the unemployment rate ticked up to six point. One percent from six percent in march a big complaint of many companies is that they can't find enough workers to meet

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US Employers Added Just 266K Jobs in April as Hiring Slows

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

US Employers Added Just 266K Jobs in April as Hiring Slows

"American employers added far fewer jobs last month than expected even as optimism about the economy's pandemic recovery grows this is not what analysts predicted the economy added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs last month ordinarily a strong game but no where near the million many economists had forecast the unemployment rate ticked up from six to six point one percent the game comes after nine hundred sixteen thousand jobs were added in March and analysts expected the outsize growth would continue as more virus restrictions were lifted and more businesses reopened some employers might have hired more workers if they could find them some businesses especially restaurants have complained to the recovery is happening so fast there aren't enough people to fill openings Sager made Ghani Washington

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Tesla’s Demand Is Through the Roof

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Tesla’s Demand Is Through the Roof

"That's the stock. After popping up in the pre market from the story this morning did fade throughout the day. Finishing down one point one percent to six hundred and sixty three dollars fifty four cents that compared to the nasdaq which recovered to end the day. Finishing up four tenths of a percent as getting into the electric story. This was published about three hours before market open today. Article headline reads tesla's demand is through the roof already. Sold out this quarter. Electric rates quote tesla's currently seeing exponentially strong demand for its vehicles as it is already sold out for the quarter according to sources familiar with the matter and quote expanding on that they also right that quote sources familiar with the matter told electric that tessa communicated to employees that production capacity for the second quarter is already sold out with still almost two months left in the quarter and quote. This would follow. Elon musk's comment on the qn earnings call at the beginning of last week. Where he said demand is the best they've ever seen now. It's not really unusual for tesla to be quote unquote sold out for a quarter. I would say happens. Most quarters in fact but generally that happens in waves in accordance with how tesla decides to you. Prioritize shipments of vehicle for example were five weeks into the quarter. At this point in time it would be pretty typical for maybe international deliveries to be sold out as tessa would be prioritizing and be production of for overseas markets so they have time to ship it deliver it within the same quarter then a few weeks after that we might predominantly see the east coast being sold out and tesla just prioritizing production for delivery in california where that surround time is the fastest selling out for an individual quarter. Wouldn't be anything new but to do it at this point in the quarter again just five weeks in would seem to be. I don't know probably the earliest. We've seen that happen in the last couple of years. Oftentimes and past quarters. We've also seen tesla offer a small quarter and incentive to make sure that people either take delivery when they're scheduled or as a way of balancing demand in a specific location because tussle authorship vehicles before they actually have orders in anticipation of demand in that location. But of course you can never forecast those things perfectly so some of those quarter and incentives can help bounce those out notably. I didn't see any indication of doing anything like that in key. Want

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Detroit Educating Residents on Where, How to Get Vaccines

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Detroit Educating Residents on Where, How to Get Vaccines

"A team of canvassers is going door to door in Detroit to get the message out to get vaccinated so far only about thirty one percent of Detroit residents eligible for vaccinations have received at least one dose hello hello how can I say vaccination information supervisor Anthony Brinson says there's a lot of misinformation when they know the facts I think it'll help get them out various campaigns are also under way in black in other communities of color Mecca Shahbaz is not vaccinated okay I'm just probably going to lead to some into Kohli's brokers family got vaccinated got a little bit sick from stuff you know some say and is it worth it or not you know I really don't know Victoria co vary with the mayor's office in Detroit says we're gonna knock on every residential door in the city I'm a Donahue

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IMF Upgrades Forecast for 2021 Global Growth to a Record 6%

The Property Couch

01:02 min | 5 d ago

IMF Upgrades Forecast for 2021 Global Growth to a Record 6%

"The i m upgraded. Its jd db forecast to predict it the best global growth in four decades. That's not a bad way to start the presentation. The has predicted the lightest numbers in its world economic outlook. It lifted its twenty twenty. One world growth j. p. forecast to six percent from five point five in his as january. Is she the full cost of the. Us growth was lifted to six point. Four percent from five point one percent previously and china two point four percent from eight point one percent and the forecast restrain. Gdp growth was increased to four point. Five percent up from three point. Five percent the outward revisions reflect additional fiscal support in some large economies. The anticipated vaccine driven recovery in the second half of two thousand twenty one and the knowing adoption of economic activity in the face of mobility restrictions. As we move out we get to be out of spain and that moves the economy forward

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McConnell Says GOP Open to $600 Billion for Infrastructure

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

McConnell Says GOP Open to $600 Billion for Infrastructure

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the Senate GOP leader says Republicans are open to spending six hundred billion dollars for infrastructure improvements Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell is floating a national infrastructure investment spending plan that's about a quarter of the size of the two point three trillion dollar proposal president Joe Biden has laid out speaking at the university of Louisville Monday McConnell said Republicans are willing to spend up to six hundred billion dollars on infrastructure Connell also came out against Biden's plan to pay for the infrastructure package by raising the corporate tax rate from twenty one percent back to twenty eight percent instead McConnell said he favors increasing user fees Mike Rossio Washington

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Strong Gains in Consumer Spending and Incomes in March

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Strong Gains in Consumer Spending and Incomes in March

"Consumer spending and personal incomes made solid gains last month the commerce department says consumer spending was up four point two percent in March that's the best showing since June and a solid rebound after frigid weather contributed to a February decline meanwhile incomes had a record surge up twenty one point one percent in March after a seven percent drop in February the big gain reflected delivery of billions of dollars in government relief payments up to fourteen hundred dollars for many that were part of the one point nine trillion dollar coronavirus support package president Biden pushed through Congress the report also showed inflation rose two point three percent in March compared with the year earlier however when food and energy which tend to be volatile or excluded inflation was lower at one point eight percent Ben Thomas Washington

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US economy accelerated at a robust 6.4% rate last quarter

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

US economy accelerated at a robust 6.4% rate last quarter

"The economy continues a brisk recovery from the pandemic fuelled recession the economy grew at a brisk six point four percent annual rate in the year's first quarter up more than two percent from twenty twenty final three months consumers led the way with more people willing and able to travel shop and eat out next quarter's growth is expected to be even better potentially ten percent or more a condom is say widespread vaccinations business re openings job games and more federal spending should help sustain growth the rebounds been particularly striking considering just how grim things were a year ago the economy contracted at a record annual pace of thirty one percent between last April and June Sager mag ani Washington

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CES Will Return to Las Vegas

Daily Tech News Show

01:53 min | Last week

CES Will Return to Las Vegas

"The consumer technology association announced that c is officially returning to a partial in person format in las vegas from january fifth to the eighth twenty twenty two while still allowing some attendees to virtually participate the had previously announced this timeline back in july of two thousand. Twenty after shifting. Cas twenty twenty one to an all digital format. Twenty twenty one also plans to host in person events. This fall wonder if i could partially attended person now. A quarterly earnings extravaganza alphabet beat analysts expectations in q one with fifty five point. Three one billion dollars in revenue standouts cloud revenue which jumped forty five percent. That's an important one for them. Other bets the non google part of alphabet saw revenue up forty six percent though losses increased slightly to one point. One five billion dollars you too. Bad revenue which alphabet is only reported since february twenty twenty increased forty eight percent on the year to six billion analyst's predict youtube will bring in between twenty nine and thirty billion in revenue this year. That's on par with netflix. Which is expected to report around. Twenty nine point. Seven billion in revenue for two thousand twenty one later decreased handset sales following always spin off of its honor brand back in november resulted in always second consecutive quarterly revenue decline down sixteen point five percent on the year to one hundred fifty two point two billion chinese one or twenty three point five billion. Us dollars while we did see its profit. Merging increase to eleven point one percent due to cost cutting and also generating six hundred million from five g patent royalties. It's not good as part of its q. Three earnings report. Microsoft reported that lincoln's ad business generated more than three billion dollars in revenue last year. Up more than sixty percent on the year company also reported that microsoft teams now has more than one hundred forty five million daily active users up ninety three percent on the year.

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Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:11 min | Last week

Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss

"Hemorrhage remains a leading cause of severe maternal complications and death worldwide prophylactic administration of traffic amick. Acid has been associated with reduced postpartum blood loss after caesarean delivery in several small trials but evidence of its benefit in the clinical context remains inconclusive in this trial. Four thousand four hundred thirty. One women undergoing caesarean delivery before or during labor at thirty four or more jess station weeks were randomly assigned to receive an intravenously administered prophylactic utero tonic agent and either traffic amic acid or placebo. The primary outcome of postpartum hemorrhage occurred in twenty six point seven percent of women in the traffic samick acid group and thirty one point six percent of women in the placebo group. There were no significant between group. Differences in mean gravity metrically estimated blood loss or in the percentage of women with provider assessed clinically significant postpartum hemorrhage. Use of additional utera. Tonic agents or postpartum blood transfusion thromboembolic events. In the three months after delivery occurred in zero point. Four percent of women who received traffic samec acid and in zero point one percent of women who received placebo among women who underwent cesarean delivery and received prophylactic utero. Tonic agents traffic samick. Acid treatment resulted in a significantly lower incidents of calculated estimated blood loss greater than one thousand milliliters or red cell transfusion by day two then placebo but it did not result in a lower incidence of hemorrhage related secondary clinical outcomes postpartum hemorrhage a review article by jessica beanstalk from johns hopkins university school of medicine baltimore. Postpartum hemorrhage continues to be the leading preventable cause of maternal illness and death. Globally worldwide postpartum hemorrhage accounts for eight percent of maternal deaths in developed regions of the world and twenty percent of maternal deaths in developing

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Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Key Promises

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | Last week

Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Key Promises

"Tonight. We're bringing you the first in a week. Long series of nbc reports examining president. Biden's first one hundred days in office our new. Nbc news poll shows how americans think he's handling key issues like the pandemic the economy and immigration. Kelly o'donnell has more of first report card for the president art first one hundred days in office in a new. Nbc news poll. His approval rating stands at fifty three percent while thirty nine percent disapprove placing president biden of donald trump. But behind barack obama same one hundred day point of republicans surveyed just nine percent approve of the president's job performance confronting the pandemic. Mr biden stewardship earns a sixty nine percent approval with a majority of americans at sixty-one percent. Saying they believe the worst is behind us including tennessee. Republican scott carry on the cohen respond. Just rethink the news taken the leadership role that i was hoping that he would but political discord rau- and contentious is reflected in this big number. Eighty two percent surveyed say. The country is divided rather than united. Only way we come through. This is if you come through together as americans turning to immigration signs of trouble just thirty three percent support the job. He's doing among the sharpest critics progressive democrats angered by the white house backtracking than delaying a promised to welcome. Thousands more vetted refugees from around the world. The president says he will increase the refugee cap later. Democrat austin coker studies immigration. I think it was a real shock to the conscience of a lot of people who are following immigration and refugee policy on the economy. The president stewardship climbs to fifty two percent on gun policies. Just thirty four percent support his

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Earth's Original Inhabitants and Their Role in Combating Climate Change

TED Talks Daily

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Earth's Original Inhabitants and Their Role in Combating Climate Change

"Microbes are everywhere. They live in the air. The ocean the soil and on our bodies lots of them ever since life on earth began. Microbes have kept planetary chemical cycles imbalance. Today humans are altering that balance and changing climate by emitting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere but microbes might be able to help us with our climate problem after all microbes are earth's original and most adaptable inhabitants. Now i know that not. Everyone is so enamored with microbes biology. Biology students tell me that they usually think of pathogen when they hear the word microbe. And i know we're in the middle of global viral pandemic. But you should keep in mind that far less than one percent of microbial diversity is actually pathogenic to humans. In fact most of the microbes we encounter are beneficial there are trillions of bacteria fungi and viruses. Living in an honest right now more of them than human cells in the body the help us just food. Protect us from disease. And maybe even choose our mates biologists call this assemblage of tiny interlopers. The human microbiome. We now know that their microbiomes in basically every environments in the same way they help our human bodies stay healthy microbiomes in water soil and air are critical for planetary health for example cyanobacteria in the us carry out photosynthesis and provide a large fraction of the planet's breathable oxygen. Even though they're tiny they're green color can be seen from outer space with satellites. They may be harder to see. But microbiomes in the soil are just as important as the human or ocean microbiome. I think about soil as a skin for the planet that provides nutrients sustained crops and other plants as an ecologist and climate scientists. I've been studying the microbes that live in soil for twenty years. Now

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Getting 1% Better Daily Is BS With Carole Mahoney

Daily Sales Tips

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Getting 1% Better Daily Is BS With Carole Mahoney

"Have you heard the phrase are seen the phrasing toss around lately about getting one percent better every day as much as i have your own. Have you ever watched the ups and downs of the stock market or political poll. Tried to wade and invade yourself every single day things ever get one percent better. I mean if only things would be so much easier right. Been around long enough. You know that things just don't happen in this nice neat linear fashion. And i get that for the most part. The intention behind the statement is to focus on small improvements everyday. But there's a dangerous side to this way of thinking because the truth is is that set-backs slip ups and slumps and stuff just happens. Sometimes we have control over it and sometimes we don't for that reason if our focus is on getting one percent better every day we could be setting ourselves up for frustration. Failure for example. I mean in case you haven't noticed or heard. I've started using the same cognitive behavioral approach. That i use in coaching to myself so that i could get healthy. Lose ninety five pounds and i'm pretty psyched to share that. Only fifteen pounds away from my stressful. But it's not like. I've never done this before tried before i have previously whenever i would step on the scale and it went up. I went from let minute journey begin to. What's the point. Never gonna be able to do. This can only do your sales kickoff for training and things look like they're gonna get better only to have them regressed back because wired to follow our preset patterns in the path of least resistance so we stop waiting ourselves. Do we ignore our activity and conversion rates of course not mean how else are we gonna know if we're of course not

Delivering Oxygen to Tissue in Need

The Bio Report

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Delivering Oxygen to Tissue in Need

"Thanks for joining us. Danny's pleasure appreciate your invitation. We're going to talk about hypoglycemia. Diffusion pharmaceuticals and its pipeline in product strategy with its experimental therapy. Tse oh let's start with a little biology basics though what role does oxygen play in the body. So great question seems very fundamental. But i think it's one that gets overlooked most of the time through medicine. It's taken for granted so air comes in air ambien air about twenty one percent oxygen on that oxygen goes into the bloodstream through hops on board. The hemoglobin molecules within the red blood cells and takes a ride to the areas of the body where it's needed in when it doesn't gets areas. It's not just a gas floating around. The oxygen itself is responsible within the might congre the powerhouse of the cell for enabling the conversion of the sugars in the foodstuffs that we take into our body into energy so that that's its primary role without that no energy cells die life itself as humans mammals. Most violent doesn't exist as we know

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Is a Blog or Podcast Better for Your Small Business Marketing

Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Is a Blog or Podcast Better for Your Small Business Marketing

"Today's episode we're looking at a blog with us a podcast which is better for your ps. Small business marketing. Hello and welcome to the success. Unscrambled podcast auburn and my focus is to help when thousand creative female entrepreneurs would next ten years become more visible using simplified on fund marketing programs. So that they can scale the business quickly. Donate one percent of the prophets time and resources to help reduce woman illiteracy eventually gaining time and freedom. They need with their loved ones. Are you ready. So you at that stage where you're looking at a blog with a podcast strategy to implement your small business marketing needs you know that blogging has been around for many years as possible that this method is saturated podcast on your behind continues to be the new kid on the block. It appears to be getting more popular and seems offer more stealthy. However you're not sure which one is easier to produce this point. You would like answers to the following questions between the two mediums which one is easier to get started. What is the cost to start a podcast. Compared to a blog is there established methodology to go from zero to one thousand visitors a month on the blog compared to getting one thousand listeners. On a podcast. How to get the ten to twenty. Who's written compared to podcast. Episodes recorded on which one will take longer which option would be more suitable for your target market in this episode. You'll learn how to choose between a blog with a podcast for your business. The process involve getting started on how to get your listeners to your podcast and readers to your blog so before we get into it. Let's look at the definitions in order to help you choose between these two mediums. Let's look at what they are in the presentation format a blog of the written form of content that ranges between three hundred ten thousand words in length. The reason why there is such a wide range in length of a blog. Post is because it depends on the type of posts as well as the reason it is. It wasn't

NSA Says It Found New Critical Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange

Cyber Security Today

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

NSA Says It Found New Critical Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange

"Four more serious vulnerabilities have been found in on premise versions of microsoft exchange. That means a gain. It departments have to make sure the latest patches are installed as soon as possible. This comes after microsoft released. Emergency patches last month to close holes on a number of exchange server vulnerabilities. Now it's bad enough that criminal hackers a nation states are getting into unpacked exchange implementations to read email now a new report sets crooks are also trying to take over exchange servers to install currency minors. It's vital your firm's exchange server is patched vulnerabilities in a basic piece of communication software used millions of computing devices could lead to denial of service or hacking attacks. According to a new report. The problem is in some versions of the tcp. Ip stack used an internet connected products from routers to medical equipment. It managers need to check with vendors of their products to see if they need patching or mitigation. This report is the latest in a series that have exposed problems in the software stack. The effectiveness of corporate cybersecurity. Training is again in question. It comes after the release of a survey of twelve hundred americans sixty nine percent of whom have received awareness training of that group sixty one percent failed to get the majority of seven questions right in a multiple choice security test.

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"one percent" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast

Dumb Geeks Podcast

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"one percent" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast

"The tunnel. Do you remember which way I don't remember. When frizz has a terrible sense of direction this is not good guys? You startled me. The way out is to the right jumping see Z.. Crabs did you appear out of nowhere. How do you know the way I can smell? The Sea air clears quick through that tunnel. All right. Let's stuff happening get flapping so what I be correct in thinking that that twenty minute ad ad for a podcast is for one. That's not yet available that's correct. We're just building hype. Yeah people are GONNA get excited excited thirty listeners. Were you in that one. Yes I was. He was. Let's point out who each person was there. Dusty was that was a loaf pan loaf pan. which if you don't know the names of everyone in there is well the guy who sounds like the monarch and I was like Barry you deal with that and I I was berry and I was Sam And and and I was Grizz Opie Grossberg. You'll soon what do you think Shannon sounded really awesome. Yeah when we know I have been. I took a little bit of a mental. Oh break but I'm gonNA take my headphones back home and start working out again. Split that project right okay. Well I can. I can probably just start working hands on the comments you made earlier but we talk about the logistics. Let's talk about. This is good for the positive side material like the listeners. WanNa know behind the scenes of a future so you want to see how the sausage is made. Hey It's Wales sexy than you think. ooh Anyway Yeah. What are we gonNA talk about now? We're talking about How long have we been going Fifty six minutes. Oh okay. So we're we're kind of reaching the end of the tunnel. Dr Yeah by can share just like the Queen of England or Dick Cheney. We're reaching the end of the tunnel. Hello well let's talk about hearing Meghan Markle and how they're taking a break from the royal family. 'cause we all fucking I can guarantee that at the same time is Brexit oh no troop brexit. Why the news? Like covers like a royal baby being born or whatever and it's like breathless coverage for two weeks she's heading towards the hospital like the contractions are two minutes. I thought we hated the fucking royalty. What the fuck where we form this country and I also like fuck monarch gives this shit if the like the two of the family members are like I'd like to kind of take a break for a while like who cares matter the round even like figureheads? Yeah the dailies episode on it and the my main takeaways. The Royal Family's kind of racist and I was like yeah that they Owned A lot. I mean if you remember the category in our game about miscegenation right yeah exactly like it was ripped from the headlines Bockel oculus Berry Nouveau Riche. I just saw a headline the other day that was like. Oh they're overspending and it's like that the couples like. Oh they're overspending there. They're going to blow their money. They're not the monarch I don't know is there into their money. Yeah no I don't think they can spend as much fucking I don't know but I also don't give a shit if they turn out to that'd be poor that'd be cool though it'd be surprised. Honestly all the Megan Megan is not that untalented and and she's now the queen or Princess. Now six in line she can Just go and get work. Yeah all the time. They'll be like oh I was just hire Paparazzi but presidents do speaking fees. You just show up and you're like hey how's it going one hundred thousand thank you. I would laugh so hard. If if the royalty got poor and they had to sell Buckingham Palace that'd be awesome. Yeah Fuck those people heroically Meghan and Harry are paying for the renovations vacations that they made to the whatever cottage that cost three million. They're paying that back. Thank God did you guys ever watch lifestyles of the rich and famous this with Robin Leach. One time that kind of thing is not so cool anymore no not not now that we're on the edge of Revolution Revolution. Yeah it's obnoxious Eat the rich. Eat the rich in fuck the police. I mean at at least take over their land and put homeless people there. And if you're officer we respect you IDA nerdy friend in high school in Bloom. who started a punk band called? FTP APPEA- for fuck the police. But he told everyone he told the teachers and everything that it was. File transfer protocol. That's weird love and Dude you're allowed to name your band whatever you want. It's not a school band and I feel you've got to come up something better than file. Transfer articles because it doesn't mean anything Fun Times Party. Yeah that'd be fun triple Pussy. It'd be better. Yeah fat triple triple plus the vital protocol. I didn't go with like H. He's a nerd. What what is going to? How are you going to turn that into? The police hate the true police police. Hey and police. Hey the the police them us does out of what. You're shorting something headroom. Who came up with the band? Hate bill the police. That's timely reference. Thank you that's that's thirty and watched reruns to help ensure that way. What was that backstabber? Oh Yeah Max okay. Anyway I've got got a few lassie jokes coming up. We're talking about Herman's head when we're talking about. Hey I don't even remember the beat the Hendersons right show that movie inside out but as a television show with a Horny guy. That's like every TV show in the nineties indies. Every TV show of the nineties had a bunch of people living in the characters heads and watch out. That's all I watch this again. MISO warning gotTA stop watching. TV Meskel and not stop doing Meskel. While I'm on on massillon totally I mean if you're gonNA spend that much money on a pastime you should hold on one second. Oh Yeah so we have a closing. I have a closing story for this podcast. Okay so story about closing. It's a story about closing closing. You're just GONNA sing. Closing things are going to talk about my daughter's new. Oh Yeah Yeah I wanNA hear the classes closing story. She found all your bones in the basement now the other day so we have an Alexa show which is like the Alexa. That sorry if it has a screen. It's the I shouldn't didn't say her name just the echo but the echo show because of selects by bud stuff Alexa Alexa Butts. She see use it to play music music and the other day like a couple of weeks ago she had it play. She asked for a random song. And it just started playing a random episode of bones and so she sat Costa and then we didn't flesh. Gordon slater like I'll come home. And she's like Nah She's just bones. This bodes that favorite show and like her and my wife will now go and watch bones together and now south. There's been multiple nights where I lay on the floor to pretend to be a dead person and she examines my remains for evidence. You may be raising a baby boomer. boomer told me that next show is going to be in the other night when I posted about it my she. 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"one percent" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast

Dumb Geeks Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"one percent" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast

"Five four. That was me you no. No miscegenation is the mixing of races. Whoa oh sound like something? A rich person would say. Just get better with my racism. You know slipping. Yeah I'm I okay. We are closing down. The culture clash category. The new categories go to choose from Chris our vacationing motoring around the house or snobby hobbies. Who snobby hobbies have you been to the snobby hobby lobby? Their fashion. Pop Band is called Kim Jong Hoon a correct who would call them. The band was an actual case arresting the dusty thinks he can weigh in on whether this is a or committee how poorly doing in the game. And now when I would have been Kim Jong One if it was an actual k pop band okay dusty few new capable and Faux Pas vacationing motoring or around the house around the house. Is there an echo in your headphones. Shannon now I thought I heard Whom invasions are normal person said that Shannon.

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"one percent" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast

Dumb Geeks Podcast

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"one percent" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast

"Fucking Shit. Fuck Neil degrasse Tyson when they go talk about gravity together. Yeah but yeah. Yeah because you'd freeze before he started deforming like well your skin. Your skin is has enough strength to keep your body intact act you. Would you would freeze you. It's not like you would explosively flash freezing No it's not. Even flash reason they would take like eight minutes wasn't I don't because movie would have been as good now so you're saying that's when they wrap themselves in the in the thermal blanket and the out. That's that's more realistic you know. My favorite is when Neil degrasse Tyson after the force awakens came. He was like you know. Bb Aid is sorry. There is a sphere and you wouldn't having a friction to move on the planet and everyone was like that was a real practical prop that actually went on the sand. You Just Talk About Space Issue Idiots. The actually made that thing. Yeah so another cool space fag. But I just want to say that you're saying that scene in the jet. Check the last Jedi. Where Princess Leia flies from one ship to another? That could happen. That could yeah. Actually that was that was the fact that she flew hardware space. There's no gravity thing though. The reminder where Admiral Hold Oh did the whole maneuver and went to light speed through the ships not possible. Yeah the Dow. Just turn your body to Jelly. Time would have well. I make it with anything about hyperspace you know that's ridiculous. Wouldn't that does actually make a big explosion. I mean to Lardy tell you can't you can't move at the speed of light because you have mass so that that would cause if it would create a nuclear reaction create. It would be a nuclear bomb because you're moving faster than the speed of light smashing atoms together. Yeah that would be a big explosion and it was. Yeah but didn't they survive it didn't they. I don't remember honestly I didn't even finish. It wouldn't have atomised every single ship. I don't think ever Eh. The ships like broke apart. And of course ray had enough time to go find tie fighter to get in or something always. Yeah one other space fact. It was a good movie fat to yet. I don't know what we're going to review it. We're going to review this downloaded it So on the moon legally. This is the same thing with a K. C. D. S. K.. CD Dude he talks about on the moon because there's no wind all of the fragments of rock from from meteoroid impacts are on a previous episode. Thought what it wait never mind. I don't remember remember I'm not on. The Moon is very sharp. That's the word right razor sharp. Did I say this okay. So there's a new rule on the podcast which is no more anecdotes about X. K. C. D.. That's fine anyway. We'll have a new sponsor. Do we want to hear it down. It's not me right now. Okay good all right was this array one shit. You should prepare. I did one thing that we can mention. While we're repairing Mir. Is that if you notice the different energy it is nighttime. We normally record Early in the afternoon it feels good. You know this is my Saturday night activity and we're all naked. Yeah have an orgy on a Saturday. Yeah it's true. I mean I'm going to later I'd just like to yeah breeds and I like I mean I'm not totally naked because I'm wearing this large Indian head gown and you guys were like. Oh what does the head guy wearing. Yeah we look at what I'm wearing tip. The headdress chickens did that take well a giant those large flock. I think but I gotta say you're right about that fire hydrant thank you yeah wow hung donkey kong donkey like A. He's like a Siamese twin attached into a donkey which is weird part. I mean really. The worst part is the hooves. It's painful isn't breathing the heavy okay. Here's a here's our new sponsor. Bet they appreciate this lead in. That's not it is in the wrong. What's going on here I? I played a role playing game with my friend. Michael whose father was in pornography and he kicked me out of his game after the first one because I broke it game not because you found his founder gave us many points to put into our characters and I made this guy who was like an unstoppable monster who could nail with sticks dynamite from like two hundred feet away and also like a super genius. Convince people have anything. Yeah it was a yeah. We kicked you out. He's just not a game master crippled the mission is we were supposed to do like bounty or whatever and get some guy but I had all these special skills and I figured out I was like we can just pretend to be the guy who goes and gets it's the We can pretend to be the guy who give the bounty to and go and get all the money for the bounty. I can just forge all of the documents and dress up as him and no one will be able able to tell the difference. It's kind of awesome was not happy if that's because he over planned that's a classic problem if you go in being like okay I. They're going to do this first. They're going to do this. Bad had idea your players are psychopath. That's what they're playing and they're going to do something weird like when you guys played star Star Finder and we had the whole map and instead you just bought drugs dogs outside of the club and got high way more fun reminds me of my daughter started playing this online game code. Roadblocks where you play. Well Oh yeah the online people and her. Don't let her do that. Her favorite thing right now. One of her favorite games is playing hide and go seek where she runs an like this the actual game in the game where you still you get the first ten seconds and you can hide in the level then you hide until someone finds you or they run. Time sounds boring favorite game. And I'm like what are you playing hide-and-seek I'm like but you don't look like you're playing. I'm hiding. We played a beer version of it was fun. She finds darkest spot looking at a dark screen. That's that's very concerning. You should give her a dead cell phone until that. She's playing. Well she's a she's if you haven't heard any stories about her. She's very interested girl when she she was a I think four.

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"one percent" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast

Dumb Geeks Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"one percent" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast

"That been the case for several years. Why do why do you think I mean? Honestly honestly because like Suffolk Rob. We're starting rival again. Rob's going to listen to this I'm GonNa Waste Man. Why would you start a rival with a man who carries your shirt lied? I I mean this is trump's America don't fucking questions that's right does not have to carry water volume just because he carries my shirt. Okay tell us. Tell us what what is going on your shirt. I actually got a comment on the shirt. Today it's a it's a photo of Neil Armstrong and he's on the moon and he's removed his helmet and his is face exploding out total recall. Yeah Yeah I was. Actually I was at a grocery store and the woman behind the counter. She was like Oh. I like your shirt. It's gross sir. And I said Oh thank you I designed it and then we the we had a discussion where she was like. I've seen total recall but I don't remember that like I don't think you've seen total view. View don't remember that you have not seen as an epic scene which just I read it was the guy who writes. SKC D- He has designs block. Mon- read him your science blog now and he talks about that scene in total. Recall wouldn't happen. Here is don't bulge it's just you. Your skin starts to get frostbite. If he started telling me that I would make his face. Look like uh-huh fucking Shit. Fuck Neil degrasse Tyson when they go talk about gravity together. Yeah but.

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"one percent" Discussed on The Yardwork

The Yardwork

16:18 min | 1 year ago

"one percent" Discussed on The Yardwork

"Man I I. Honestly I don't really know I mean honestly I kinda surprised that Strasbourg and dome both kinda opted out of yeah. It's one of those things I guess I haven't been on since world series but to me personally I wasn't so surprised that the nationals point You know I talked about this before you know. I think one person says I came on on the podcast. She don't yes. I'm a red sox fan but I also I try to be biased as possible when I watch baseball and baseball You know I know a lot of my like Houston get mad. and He's like all real bandwagon. You Know Red Sox fan the Astros of the greatest thing that ever exists. You can't support them you blah blah blah. It's like no like it's not that like I'm going to ask like I enjoy going the Astrodome for going to a game. I'll support the astros. The Astros being the only and one of my teams in the playoffs assure like yeah always supporting them because obviously the red sox suck this year so they weren't able to make playoffs but when I looked at it from the perspective assertive unbiased baseball fan. It kinda just like using my baseball knowledge I personally thought the nationals were the best team. They had the best pitching. I thought from top to bottom and pitching always wins in the play offs and their lineup. Got Hot at the right time and I call I. I Thought Author Lineup Kirti D.C. And I couldn't believe it to be honest. Really just a sixteen one of the worst teams in the playoffs record wide and they wanna run that they'd be everyone I mean one hundred percent deserves it man. I mean they like for like I think it was either mayor June from mayor June to the end of the year. They were the best team in baseball like they got off to a really slow. Surreal to a Rosiak again. But they were the best team record wise to the baseball. And then I mean you have frequent Mad Max and Stephen Strasburg uh-huh throwing for you like the Astros had verleger cold but I think I think you could really see the kind of the end of the year in the early part of the play. We also like Berlin coal the innings and the and the just the sheer like intensity and effort was starting to catch up on me. I mean Gear Kohl's absolutely absolutely unbelievable But you know after after the first rays game and up in L. D. NOT IN L. A.. LDS were you struck out Seven eight hundred eighteen whatever it was but you could see him start until off her home. I don't know I mean I thought it was very evenly matched series I kind of was leaning towards the nationals That's obviously what is happening. And I.

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"one percent" Discussed on The Yardwork

The Yardwork

15:54 min | 1 year ago

"one percent" Discussed on The Yardwork

"Your mindset and just you know like wherever you find something that you love and just go oh for you know exactly and bureau landless? And that's that's one of those things that I learned by by Doing you know the one percent thing. 'cause this honestly man like that's kind of the origin of it. Is You know when I was in high school like I was never been discounted kid. I was never the kid that like. You know like I hear a lot people say like oh you go play professional baseball. You're playing with the guys that were always the best kid in high school team. They're always a vest on their college team for me like that's never been the case like no team I've ever played with the guy and so that's that's where your one percent kind of started from was I as like a high school or Middle School. It was like okay good. I mean I've had had to go play professional baseball since I was like ever. Since I can remember I've never strayed away from that thought. It's always been playing a only plan. I have so when I started getting older. It was. How can I separate myself from other people? What can I do? That's GonNa GonNa GonNA allow me to get better better so you know those kind of things started with going home hitting the backyard taking extra ground balls as then it was okay. Let me get a gym membership. Let me start learning how to eat. Right you know and then I was slowly creating that branding back then. I didn't even know it as in I remember three years ago already. Four three two thousand sixteen was now. Is that it trying to think what year is that. There's two thousand fifteen those going into two thousand two thousand sixteen baseball season. The at college in my buddy was working out with me. I remember I I remember so vividly. 'cause I I wanted to do the one percent better like motivational speech and I took my growth growth and this is back on. The old GOPRO. Didn't have three on it and I'm sitting in my room with a a chair and I have like the GOPRO propped up all rigged to to face me and I play like some intro music off the speakers and I sit down and I like begin to to do like the motivation one percent motivational speech. But it was so like monotone no attitude attitude or or whatever emphasis behind it and I was like okay. This is not gonNa work so as you were down meals a hey dude. Can you like film the streets for me and the will on death row. Don't work out while we come trying to do it and I just I couldn't take it seriously. I was looking at him and I would start di directly so I never actually got it done but I knew that I wanted to treat the brand off of it and you know like last year of I kind of I. I was watching something and it kind of is someone. It was someone that I look up to someone idolize and they were kind of have like a Ted talk and just Kinda like hey if you have something just go do it like. There's not not a better time than doing it right now. You don't WanNa you don't WanNa look back in twenty and thirty years and say like what if I would have done that right and you know it kind of just like lit. That can't Kinda like just motivated news like you know what that's right. I just need to go for. I seen do it. And if it fails it fails fit successful successful. That's like I could live with either. Either what I just don't WanNa look back in twenty years and think you know what if I would have done because this has always been like my second passionate baseball always wanted to do something and it just. It's one will save me like I started. I stay consistent Wednesday persistent Dan and like you said if you attack relentlessly continue with a man and it becomes something and now and that's why I think today it's so surreal for me to look back and think that as I went into it with the same approach mindset that I always approach baseball in now I turned it into a physical product. It's a physical brand of you. Know I got it trademarks and everything. So I guess it's mine now it's my baby and then though that people are supporting supporting it and that it's actually making a difference people. That's that's that's why it's so surreal And it's just crazy man you if you have something not want to just go out there and do it. They persistence they've relentless. and Um that that cliche quote your whole life can change in any.

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"one percent" Discussed on The Yardwork

The Yardwork

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"one percent" Discussed on The Yardwork

"Room. You can dislike see looking down in the shadows like through the water like all these sharks charged like swimming around but they were like they were like far out. Nearly four hundred five yards album seal in the shot shadows swimming around as i that's. This is cool not cool. That's my cue to leave. -cation over today's over baseball baseball's cancelled. Am i getting the water. I never feel surf. Sue me the ocean. We'll get a longer yeah. I try my best to be as responsible as like cadman but it's just so much fun. Sometimes i always said i'm not going up at deep and then i'm like medea but i'm like i hate this. Your frigging nuts. I can't do that can't do that. Well i get about. I get about ways three. I like as far as i'm going like i'm constantly checking bolovi to make sure i could see my make sure nothing sooner rounding and if i could do that approachable but i bring like <hes> like a harpoon with me just in case actually shoot myself on a wave comes right through the become all ave now probably very income for the people around me just a freaking harpoon taken out of my chest might be might be better just get bit by a shark at that point at that point. You might be right. You might be right. Do you don't feel any mad. I five guys. They're just not know where it's gonna. Go never once again. We're talking about baseball. They were ripping on the little louis teams in the world series. We're talking about sharp and that's that's just how it goes when we get all the podcasts. The best of the best at the fans are looking for those true thing that lets their toes of course and card before we hop off on the saw episode i want. I should ask you this when we were off air but are we able to give us a sneak preview of the giveaway coming or or we keep that classified till super post comes out the giveaway that that we're going to be doing this me you off and visually personally team up with a b._b. Underscore bands all plato like a shorter train bans. You're coming up with those guys off up up to a giveaway for the fans and <hes> so that's actually i got. I got the post so i'll be sending it to you guys tonight. Either no go up tomorrow morning and <hes> yeah just to give way then at the end of the week <hes> fix somebody and bb bb underscore bands just going to be sitting out a free pair bands to somebody yeah. We complete completely hype up to give away all yellow. It's a help help them out with the with their business would help each other out with thoroughness counts and also helping out some kids we get free. You know the bands with working the shoulder or something like that my little you brought. He's doing all the time. He's a pitcher eye out for that. Thing is so i'm sue bribe for and carson always great have you back on the podcasts always great catch up. I appreciate you realize appreciate you have me all once. It gets the part of the family of course make sure so you guys check out coarsely on inscribed at carson lee five and one percent of lettuce. That's coming soon. Thank you guys into your work. I'm your host geogra- hanjour..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"It makes me really nervous to see that publicly because right now it still feels really impossible. My next impossible dream is to own a major league baseball team. It's been my dream since I was a kid. It'll probably take about a billion dollars to do it. I used to say I was a billion dollar short now that have sold a couple companies. I'm about a billion dollars or these are. My dreams is an entrepreneur. And personally, for some reason ever since I was a kid, I wanted to win a reality show. I have probably the most unimpressive reality show real in history. I was on the roster and in the commercials for the most expensive reality show flop in history. It was a really crappy show on FOX called utopia. I've been a finalist for big brother as well as a few other shows, but never made it. On for whatever reason that was always a dream that eluded me, but something that I ultimately want to pursue. But my next goal, the thing that I'm I'm focused on besides building out the projects in the companies and I'm excited about is to build an entrepreneurial compound and two, I make my decisions and business based on my ultimate guiding light, which is to own a major league baseball team, and I share all this with you so that you understand the context which I'm coming from in the context, which I'll be having these conversations because I'm looking for my people. Those who are playing this game as big as they know how and pursuing to see how far they can go because so often as trailblazers and people who are on the cutting edge. Again, we tend to play this game alone. It's why we have that acronym t r I b e the five areas of growth time relationships, income body expansion because it's tribe because we are. Unity us one percenters who are after growth, who after something more out of life, there are many of us and we so often operate on a silo because we're weird among our peers. We tend to play this game differently in that can make us really lonely for a long time. Many of us have not had our people. We haven't had our tribe. We haven't had our group. Many of us feel like we are fighting this fight or pursuing a path. It's different. We're doing it all on our own. And so part of my reason for this show is defined our people. I just want to hang out with the rest of us. The rest of you who are after the top one percents of these areas of life of those who are pushing the edges pursuing the outer limits, seeing how far you can go because I believe that when you go farther you make it poss-. For those around you to go farther that by you pursuing new territory and coming back and sharing what you learned or by me doing the exact same thing that we make each other better that the one percent grows even faster and that impacts the other ninety nine. Even if they blame us demean us chastise us talk about us in the media. We will continue to create the change. My name's Ryan Daniel Moran, the founder and the CEO of capitalism dot com. We're a media company for high achievers and for entrepreneurs, and I wanna thank you for running alongside me on this journey. That is the one percent..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"New technology, these types of businesses that I know best. And since I know that since I know that world, I'm putting together an investment fund with the guidance of one of my mentors who will be on the show moving forward whose entire business model really took off when he started putting together funds to amplify the businesses that he had that were already working. And so I'll share the development of the investment funds that I m putting together as that impacts involves over the course of my career. I also have a networking group which is called the back room and the back room is made up of entrepreneurs who are building companies. They're individuals and organizations that are hoping to sell at some point. And I go in there and I bring in my team of advisers, and we all get together sometimes just at my home in Austin, Texas, and we talk about business. We talk about growth and we try and find new areas of opportunity or. Growth or even just save on stupid mistakes, like positioning when it comes time to go to market and selling your company, or we talk about roll ups or acquisitions, we do deal flow together and that's called the back room. I also work with investors and help them to prepare a plan so that when they get their money or they have their money, they're getting regular cash flow or wealth or upside. And we'll talk about a lot of those strategies here on the show, but I help specific entrepreneurs inside of the back room. I have a portfolio of businesses that I run with a couple of partners where we both by businesses and start businesses mostly physical products brands again, because that is the world that I know. And Finally, I have this media company which is capitalism dot com, and we exist to bring together people like you at events in programs at meet ups because we so often run this race alone. In fact, that leads me to some of the goals that I have as an entrepreneur. There are a little bit weird the next stage of my career. The next side project that I will probably start is I dream of putting together a twenty five to a one hundred acre compound in which we can have retreats. People can live there. People can visit there. I envision basically a compound sometimes call it my brain, the capitals and compound a fifty acre piece of land where we have central quarters and tiny homes and other places where people can live work and play to where if you wanted to write a book, you could fly in spend three months on the compound, write your book and three times a day, go into the community quarters and have meals with the same people that you have deep intimate relationships with that are having a high level conversations like the ones we will be having on this podcast. And if you need inspiration, you hop on the volleyball court and you play. A game of pick up with some of your best friends. I always thought that my happiest moments were created by the people that I was with, not what I was doing by the people I was with. And also I think we're all after some source of connection or all after connecting to one another or. Connecting to ourselves or connecting to a religion or spirituality we're ultimately were were looking to return to some sort of connection. I think that's what we're all after. And so one of the missions that I want to spearhead is I believe that the world is heading in a direction in which we will go more micro community. I think ultimately we're going to go away from the identification with large city states or even countries, and then we're going to go back to living Morin tribes. I think that's the case. Anyway, I'm open to being wrong, but I think ultimately we want to hang out with people with similar interests. And so you might see communities pop up that are paleo or vegan or entrepreneurial. And I want to spearhead this by building an entrepreneurial compound. I think it'll take fifty to one hundred acres probably have one hundred twenty people who can live there either fulltime or part-time. And I just envisioned the idea of some of the most impactful people. On the planet, getting together and living in one place in what kind of magic could happen if your closest partners and people who inspired you're all living in one central area that's going to be my next side project that I will spearhead..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"If I'm doing the right things to prevent disease, if I'm doing the right things to live to be one hundred thirty eight, which is the number that's in my brain of how long I'm going to live a one hundred thirty eight years. If I have one hundred Nate years left on this planet than I need to be thinking now about how I am maximizing my time here, I am one of those people. That believes that if you can live long enough, we might just achieve indefinite lifespans. My daughter who's three will probably see people who live to be multi hundred years old because as technology increases, so we'll our lifespans will solve more diseases. We'll probably replace organs will probably be three d. printing replacement organs will be doing all kinds of cool things in the coming decades. And if we live long enough and healthy enough, we might just be able to participate in those extended life spans. But we got to know it's going on under the hood. And if we're going to be the top one percent of health and longevity and fitness, we're going to explore how we do that now. And so I'll be having that conversation here on the show as well. And finally, we're gonna talk about expansion. We're gonna talk about going beyond. We're going to talk about the struggle and the journey to find meaning the journey and the struggle of why we're here. Because as I mentioned, I thought I was going to be a pastor for most of my young life. I walked away from the Christian church when I was in my twenties. And since then I've been on a journey that I don't know where it's going to leave me and we'll have our conversation here too. Is one percenters were willing to think in ways that most people aren't were willing to question what's true and what's not. And I wanna know what's true, whether when we die, we all go into. The earth and nothing happens or when we die, we go to a good place or a bad place or when we die. We're all unified in one miss, I have no idea. I'm curious to find out. And if you're curious as well, I hope you'll run alongside me. So we'll talk about time relationships, income body, and expansion. And that forms an acronym which I call tribe and that acronym, those five areas will serve as the context through its will have a lot of meaningful conversations. Now in the interest of full transparency, I do want to share with you the projects that I'm working on and how I make my money as of stated to you. I made my money by building physical products brands, and I've sold a couple of them. One of which was enough to set me up for life as long as I didn't do anything stupid with the investments that I have made. And my next goal as an entrepreneur, as I am currently putting together a fund for physical products brands. So I invest in physical products brands. I advise physical products brands that means food brands means supplement brands. It means beauty brands. It means..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"And when it comes down to it, I believe that free markets and free people and capitalism solves more problems and creates more solutions creates more opportunity than any politician can than any government. Can that any organization that says it has all the answers. Can you win? I drive change. You and I drive progress, not outside entities, not politicians until I'm fascinated by what really successful people have to teach people like you and I who are already the most productive people on the planet. What happens when you take those best strategies and you give them to the world's most productive people, the distribution of ideas happens from the top down. And so we'll pursue that here on the show by the way, if you happen to be curious about how I made my money, how I made my wealth if you're not yet in the one percent and you're looking for the model that I think is one of the most predictable paths to running seven figure and eight figure business. I have a podcast that will get you about eighty percent of the way there. It's called million dollar brands. You can look that up just search for million dollar brands and my name Ryan, Daniel Moran, and that will pop up. It's a free series that will show you how I didn't how I've taught hundreds of people to also have really successful businesses. Now, in addition to how we spend our time, the challenges of relationships, the curiosity of expanding our incomes, there's also the quest for health for energy for long lifespans. And as I record this, as I sit in front of you today or next to you today. I know a lot of this intellectually. I know what it takes to be healthy and yet where I am right now is I feel really out of balance with my health and with my body. I feel this way because I've spent ten years as an entrepreneur killing it grinding. And so to be fully honest, sometimes I feel burnt out sometimes I feel tired had a little bit of a higher body fat percentage than I'd like strong as an ox, a workout all the time. I'm fascinated by health, but I have no idea if I'm doing the right things for longevity..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Is a fit for your. Goals. When it comes to income, I've made enough money to set myself up for life, but life would get kinda boring if we weren't pursuing something even greater. And so here on the show, we'll be exploring different business models, but not the ones that everybody talks about. And here's why it's so common on podcast is so common on the internet for people to be talking about whatever model made them rich or whatever info course they're selling. No, thank you. What I'm really curious about is how the happy free wealthy people that we come to admire have made their wealth. I'm curious about the one percenter that doesn't talk about how they made their money. What are the habits were the practices that they did. I have a dear friend and a mentor who manages a real estate portfolio of about eight hundred million dollars worth almost a billion dollars in real estate. And he started when he was while my age the age I am now. That's the kind of person that I want to learn from not the person who is talking about building businesses on the internet. Although I confess to being one of those guys in the past, I'm curious about those who have made generational wealth and those who have invested it well and what they've learned from decades of experience. And I want to learn from the people are setting up entities so that they don't pay any tax at all. That's the type of person that I want to learn from. I am the CEO of capitalism dot com. And I acquired that domain name because in my formative years, I was an economic student starting my first business while the recession was happening. Financial crisis was was hitting the two thousand eight election was going on, and those became my passions, politics, economics, entrepreneurship investing. Capitalism represents those areas of life..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Hey, guys, Ryan here. And as you have heard me, say about a thousand times, I'm getting tired of say in it by now I sold a company in two thousand seventeen for a nice eight figure check, which was great. But at the end of the day, all I really care about is passive income. So that's why I'm in this game. And that's why one of the first things I did when I sold the company was I called my friends over at income store and said, hey, I want to buy some income producing websites. And the reason I did that is because buying websites has some really strategic tax benefits. It also has a very attractive r. a. y. and they can go up in value. So I called my good friends at income store in order to see where I could park some of this cash for tax efficiency for upside and for passive cash flow. I would do this on my own. If I had the capacity to do. Oh, so, but they're a management team that will automate the process for you. So I use them in order to make it truly passive for me. Again, I love this stuff so I would do it on my own if I didn't know the good folks over there and if I had nothing else going on in my life, but it's a really interesting vehicle that I think more people should consider. I've had Ken, the founder, you're on the podcasts, you can search freedom, fastlane income store in you wanna find that episode or you could just go to income store dot com and see more about what they do..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"When we question the normal, when we question the way, things have always been when we questioned the way that other people live their lives. When we questioned the way people invest when we questioned the way people pay taxes. When we questioned relationship structures when. We questioned religion. We are exercising the same muscle that made a successful. So here on the show, we're going to talk a lot about money a lot about investing a lot about tax efficiency, but we'll be exploring these other areas of life as well. Right now where I find myself is at the beginning of a new journey, I'm thirty years old. I recently just had the biggest financial win of my life in two thousand thirteen. I started a company that I took to about ten million dollars a year in sales. I sold a majority stake in that company. I'm now minority adviser. I have a portfolio of businesses. I have a portfolio of investments, and so I feel as though I'm starting the next stage of my journey and right now, if I was being completely onto the, I would say, I don't feel like my life is imbalance. I don't feel like I have each of these areas under control. But just like I was when I was nine years old or nineteen years old, I remain committed to pursuing and enjoying the top one percent of results that are possible in each of these areas of life. And I know you are too. And so my commitment to you on this show is to be honest about those different areas. We look at my time, I struggle to not be a workaholic. I struggle to give myself the freedom in the permission to enjoy as much of life as I would want to. Although I have made more money than most people ever will. Although I have complete control over my schedule and how I spend my time. I somehow fall back into workaholic tendencies. Even though I know that when I'm happy and when I'm enjoying life, I make more money. I know that intellectually, but. Only now practicing that, and I want you to know that as we come into the context of this conversation in this pursuit to be the top one percent in all areas of life when it comes to relationships, have a three year old daughter, I'm not married. I don't really know what I think about marriage. I've loved and lost in my life. I have a wonderful relationship with the mother of my child. But I don't really know how to navigate that. Ness more painful than I care to admit. It's more challenging than I care to admit. It's not how I thought I would arrive my life when I was a kid or where I thought I would go. So I explained that I wonder about that. I question that I have friends who explored different types relationships. I have friends who are committed long term marriages, and I have peers who are in long term marriages, and they're not happy. What do we do about that? Why are we so good at making money and investing and so terrible at the most important relationships in our lives? I don't know the answer I have more questions than I have answers, but will the exploring them together here on the one percent..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"On your own investment is very low. When you have no energy or when you are diseased and there's an investment in how much we can expand in how big we think in how far we think we can go. And so this show will open up new areas of growth in each one of these key categories. I feel it's really important before we go on this journey together that I humbly and honestly tell you that I feel like I know nothing on many of these topics. I started as an entrepreneur when I was. Eighteen years old. It's all I have ever known making money is something I get. I know how to do that. I even know how to invest somewhat well, although I get excited about temporary wins as well when I should be planning for the long term. I know plenty about reducing taxes, not nearly as much as I want because any check written to the government is bigger check than I would like to send. But at the same time I feel like I'm more of a student in. So one of the things that makes me feel disingenuous is when people listen to me on a show and think that I know much about any of these areas because to me, it's all a journey. It is all pursuit of something more my quest for something different started with money. When I was nine years old, I discovered what a stock was and asked my mom if I could invest in the stock market and to my surprise. She said, yes, she was going to tell me it was a scam, turn. That was a good decision to encourage a nine year old to invest in the stock market. But the skepticism in the quest for a new area or a new way of thinking, didn't stop there. I grew up in a very, very religious home. I grew up actually thinking I was going to be a pastor and part of my fuel for wanting to make money came because I knew pastors only made about thirty thousand dollars a year at the time. So for me, my skepticism came from questioning, is this really what I believe to be true? And I confess to this day as I record this another one hundred percent sure what I believe about faith or spirituality, but people like you and me who are after growth tend not to be satisfied with the belief systems that were taught to us. And so I promised to be honest with you as I pursue that area of life as well. And not only that. There's also the question of relationships, family marriage, and what we do. That moving forward. There's a sense right now since most marriages end in divorce that all at least for me, I wonder if there isn't a better way to do it. Is it a matter of men not being men enough for women's roles changing in the world or people just not being committed to one another? Or is there something maybe just changing in the world? And we need a different type of structure and I don't know the answers. I don't pretend to know the answers, and then there's the area of health and fitness of by all means I don't plan to or claim to be an expert in any of this, but there are people who claim to be expanding lifespans. There are groups that are curing diseases and for those of us who want to live long lives want to live healthy lives and want to live productive lives who went to live to a hundred and beyond what are those things that we should be doing right now in order to live as long as possible to be as healthy. As possible. To have as much enjoyment as possible. I don't know about you, but I wanna find out these are the questions that we tend to bring up at dinner parties. These are the questions that we tend to be fascinated by. These are the conversations that I intend to have on the one percent because we are alternately the change makers in this world because we are bold enough to ask these questions. Entrepreneurship requires a certain amount of boldness because we bring something to the marketplace. We go and take a risk and we go into a new direction that same mentality is what will ultimately lead us to expand new opportunities in every other area of life..

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Producing cash flow. We'll talk about what strategies or vehicles reduce your overall burden to pay taxes because ultimately those who are not paying taxes or those who are generating wealth. There's nothing exclusive about what they're doing. Those strategies can be packaged up and shared with the other one percent of the world who are the most productive the most giving on the planet so that we can impact those around us so that we can increase our legacy because ultimately, that's what drives us that quest for meaning is why we care at all about wealth about expansion about freedom. But of course, money and wealth only as a tool, it's only a way for us to expand in other areas of our life as well. It's a tool for us to expand our time. And when we have that time, what we do with it money and wealth as a tool for us to deepen into expand our relationships. But oftentimes we struggle with this as well. We struggle in our marriage is we struggle in our romantic relationships and some of the most productive. Active and successful people in the world are also some of the loneliest and we'll talk about that here on the show. Money is a tool for us to live as long as possible to be as healthy as possible into explore new.

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"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"one percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Podcast named freedom lane and today marks the first official show as the one percent because as we grow together, as we grow as business owners as entre preneurs as investors as growth minded individuals, most of the world most of the media will talk about the one percent. We'll talk about those who are pursuing the edges of what's possible. They often talk about us as if we are greedy people. Hanging behind the scenes controlling Wall Street and controlling the secrets of the world, and you and I both know that the successful people that we know are some of the most giving some of the most present some of the most productive, some of the happiest people in the world. Why would you not want to highlight that? This show aims to do that now? I know since you are growth minded person who is after wealth who is after success who is after pursuing the best of what is possible in life. I know that that bleeds over into multiple areas of life. I know this because when I get together with other high income earners with other success minded people, yes, we talk about business and wealth and money over a glass of wine or a glass of whiskey, or in my case, oftentimes a really weird concoction of a protein shake. We talk about money and wealth. Than investing in those things. But ultimately, the conversation goes into talking about meaning, and it talks about why we're here, and it talks about the pursuit and it talks about extending life spans, and it talks about how we're making a difference. And it talks about relationships because right now the world is going through a transition in which I think many structures are crumbling. The nine to five job is going away. It's crumbling the religious cycles, and the religious circles that used to control us into dominate politics is starting to crumble the way we used to do politics as crumbled, and I might even argue that the way we've done relationships up into this point is starting to crumble because most of us hide behind screens, most people who are married at up divorced. So all the things that used to pieces together as a science are starting to crumble. And we know that the solutions and the next path forward will come from those who are pursuing a new way who are pursuing a new. Journey who are having a new conversation and in our experience, we know that those conversations happen when we get together, but I don't think we have them enough because we are often demonized. We are often blamed for problems. And so a lot of our conversations have been private. This show attempts to bring a highlight those conversations. How are those who are on the cutting edge of health and expanding life spans? What conversations are they having those who are setting up their lives to not pay taxes? What are they doing? Those who are the highest net earners in the world. What are their business models? That's what this show will aim to uncover because alternately the first pursuit that you and I both had was the pursuit of wealth, making money, growing that wealth and keeping as much of it as possible in your pocket and out of the hands of politicians. So we'll talk about that. We'll talk about business models that have created fabulous wealth and the models that continue to create successful businesses and create millionaires. We'll also talk about growing that wealth. We'll talk about investment strategies, especially while the economy is in this crazy time. We'll talk about what investment vehicles are.

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