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"one signature" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
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"one signature" Discussed on WGN Radio
"About a 15 men a delay there from all hair to the burn. And also on the end about a slow traffic between where you seen and the burn interchange. The the trip from Route 3 92, the old post office up to about 18 minutes. An officer involved shooting earlier this evening on the West side, although no one was actually shot. A police spokesperson says that three suspects were detained right before nine. No word on why those suspects were detained. The Illinois House today, passing a bill that changes how people can apply for a fire arm Owner's identification or FOID card. Mark Maxwell reports from Springfield. This would modernize the Foid card where people who give state police their fingerprints. If they volunteer to hand over their fingerprints, they would get an automatic renewal process of the background check. And that that's a softer version. There was some appetite for, uh, mandatory fingerprinting. This is voluntary. Only the bill now goes to Governor Pritzker's desk in Chicago, one signature away from getting an elected school board. Illinois House earlier tonight, passing a bill over Mayor Lightfoot. Strenuous objections that would create an elected school board for the city. Last minute pleas from the mayor to stop make changes or slow down the vote didn't prove successful at all. The bill, which has already passed the state Senate would create a fully elected 21 member board by 2026 after a hybrid transition board, which would include 10 elected members. And 11 appointed by the mayor after the 2024 general election. The governor also expected to sign that though community activists are criticizing the mayor for depending on police overtime to combat the rise in gun crimes. There's t O Hardiman of violence, interrupters. How could you justify spending.
"one signature" Discussed on KTRH
"Coming out of California. This is interesting. You wanna talk about double standards, You know, counting signatures counting votes. California seems have a whole different, rational when it comes to counting votes and counting signatures. First signatures on boats or lack thereof. Yes, yeah, we don't need We don't need a signature. We don't need to verify the signature that when you vote, not when you're voting, But if you are voting to recall somebody The current governor. You mean Governor Gavin Newsom, then? Yes, we need signature verifications. Do you know they threw out? 20% of the of the people who voted Tonto beside the petition for a recall election. Yeah, this is a petition. We're checking the signatures on the throat 20%. It's the governor's henchman. No doubt. Yep. Ted Cruz did a good job of pointing that out yesterday. By the way, the recall effort will continue because even when the throughout 20% of the vote, he still had more than enough. Yeah, but they also gave themselves an extended period of time to continue doing this. You're like, you know, finding all those ballots and hidden boxes coming in after the fact. Oh, yeah, Same thing. We're gonna find that many more false words. Continue, I guess. 7 11 time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up with Dr Once again your sky Mike. Oh, I've got an accident here, Guys. Southwest Freeway Outbound at just before the West loop 16 hfts blocking the off nicely to write lines. This is outbound. Not it down. We're going to slow down from Buffalo Speedway, and that's now 12 extra minutes. If you're heading from downtown to uptown makes sense. Inbound. We've got these big slowdowns now just before Chimney rock coming into the loop on the Southwest Freeway. I blame the roadwork at 16. That's ramp Construction West Dallas downtown. I'm taking a look here and I 45 South bound. That is the little Dallas Street Squeeze where we lose one of our lanes. That's causing your backup from my 10 that South bound And Gulf Free, waitin Some spots. We've got some backups around the airport once came from Lockwood and clear like up is 36 minutes. I'm sky Mike in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center from on KTRH Top tax Defenders 24. Whether something time to check him and Terry Smith were pretty well stocked in this morning. We've got the low clouds and plenty of them and there's some brain Headed in our direction. Terry Smith, when you expect to see some here in Houston, well, we already had some Marine this morning..
"one signature" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Johnson has a message to fans after a poll revealed nearly half of it's respondents with support the former wrestler in a possible White House bid. Johnson tweeting quote. Not sure our founding fathers ever envisioned a six FT four bald, tattooed half black, half Samoan tequila drinking pickup truck driving Fanny Pack wearing guy joining their club, but if it ever had Then it be my honor to serve the people attached to the tweet is a link to a Newsweek article with info on a pole by Pips Lay suggesting that roughly 46% of respondents would support the rock should he run for president. Coincidentally enough in the new sitcom The Young Rock, Johnson plays a fictionalized version of himself campaigning for president in 2032. Lauren Faulkner, Fox News. Well, there you have it, And as a matter of fact, you can tell the gravity and the importance of that particular story. Mm hmm. It is. Hey, anything is possible. Anything is possible. And you never can tell. I mean, we did. That was Schwarzenegger. You've got Caitlin that is thinking of that run Generating California Celebrity takes Um individuals along way where they normally would not be found. It is 8 18 in the morning. I know that there is a petition. To draft C Square as a presidential candidate. How's that petition going, Chris? I think we may have one signature so far, Rick, we're working. We're working through. But where we have the long road to go. That's all right. One is not done. It's a good start. Right, brother. Thank you was always for joining us. Hope you had a good weekend. Did was a fine weekend. We're in spring in Washington, D C. And so here we have this two week period before the summer comes. We have Ah, lot on the table as we do each and every day we get together but tuning you in and visiting you where you are is so important. How about an invitation to all places he square? I would be so grateful if your listeners would log on to www. Duffy soapbox dot com. You can.
"one signature" Discussed on Necessary Blackness Podcast
"Put you in the bucket of people who has interest. Who are interested in facebook. Ads make sense S how you can to your point. You know about not losing your customer a lot of people within these broad emails out to everybody on their list but everybody doesn't have the same interest unless you're selling just one product or service if you're literally just selling like one signature thing you really do need to start segmenting your audience so that way you can know how to talk to them One example always uses if you own a pet store and you wanna run a sale on cat food. You don't wanna send emails to a dog owner talking about selling your cat food. That doesn't make sense and now you're going to annoy the dog owner. Because like what the hell you sending me emails. You know about cat food. I have a dog and they probably don't like cats. So you know. I mean that's why audience segmentation is so important because it allows you to silo your audience and really tailor your communications with them in a way that makes them feel like you are really connected to them we really you know you probably take that email year ago in. It's just now gone out today but nevertheless your audience your recipients feel connected to you because they know that you know their interests and that's the good thing about emails you write a good email a lot of this timeless yet you can you know Repurposing mail you know. Maybe six months later use the same email literally it and get the numbers up yet. I so we talked about copyright where it's Pronounced the same spell different one. With a w with all we spoke about the segmentation in the port in sub. That now you and me talking earlier and you told me about this acronym cute in q. Is a content strategy is one of your strategy. Many people don't know about this. This is the secret source..
"one signature" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The one signature is John May. So there's only one signature. Yeah. So you would think the teller would say Mr May, but they did it. Mr. May. This is this is made out to Bill M. Yeah, but come on, we've had people. Okey doke up one of our checks and walk into the bank and cash are bank always catches that. Marks talking about the old bank. Oh, Vector All cash. Anything? Yeah. The guy just walked in and cashed two checks. One day. Yeah. So listen, man, Why don't you call the cops? Did you call the cops on this guy? That's everything they actually said. There's not really enough to go on when I told him what the bank did well, they came to get a slain thing People could think and do that. What I think is this. What bank is this first thing? They should be response. You know what First Bank's responsible as well as this guy, So John may took your check and deposited it. In his account. Let's have our deputies called for saying, What about Wait? You're telling me you're telling me that the bank that the police would not go and charge John May They didn't want to check anything out. No, that's wrong. What is he there now? I mean, if I came over there is this guy in the complex? Well, the only problem is, let me say this way, got a very tight building and on which you guys were going to say, but they don't like People checking out other people as kind of sable. Look, how much was to do anything. Guys already told me. How do you know? How do you know Bill? How do you know John may lives in your building. Because he lives one floor above me and his piss numbers is what 2 12 9th 1. Did you ever go knock on his door and say Hey, John, you cashed my check. I did. And then I told him I told him in the lobby one. Then what did he say? And what? Really done that Tammy. Thank you. This is he. Is he a tough guy? Emilie Mouse, an old guy, a young guy. What is he? He's just kind of an older guy, that kind of time, you know, sloppy type guy didn't want to really admit to anything. So, listen. This is serious, man. You got the guy right in your building. You have evidence of it. Evidence of it of a check made out to you signed by him. For God's sakes, Tom with the guy when I asked him, I said, Let's go. No, no, no, no, no, no, This is wrong. Listen, listen, Bill. This sucks. The police said they can't do any. What Police Department did you go to Well, I think it's division. I was very into or something. I went to the right district. I can't believe if you have photographic evidence of him Depositing your check. That's just screwy. It's not come on, man. Who's the district attorney? Now? Is this Denver D a handling this? We need to call the district attorney's office. Listen, I know what we're going to do. I want to give this to deputy. You can. You can give it to whoever you want. Deputy Doc Deputy Marty Deputy Dan who had to Marty on this one. Have him call the D A's office. They they investigate check fraud. Come on, man, shut down the bars, But I did everything within the one that I never left standing. And I would I would do another thing. I would sue his ass in small claims Court for $1200. I swear to God I would or plus interest. I would really do that. I would go to court and sue him in small claims Court. You have all the evidence you need. Yeah, but only God is just the papers they sent back. There's not that many of them. Just no, wait a minute. Wait, Bill if you show that a check was deposited at first bank And this guy signed your check. Would you tell me whatever. What the hell else do you need, Brother? What else do you need? Let's get.
"one signature" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Very idea that this Supreme Court cannot at bare minimum bring itself And it wasn't folks. It's not what what? What Frost me so much about this yesterday is the left is running around saying you see, you see, and I knew it. I knew as soon as this came down, they were going to use this. As an opportunity to do an end zone dance as though there's nothing to see here in Pennsylvania. Nothing wrong. You say you guys made it all up? I I told fast, Eddie yesterday I'm sure to me would love to come on and do an end zone dance on a show like this one and say, Well, you see, there you go. The Trump selected court. The 63 Republican stacked Supreme Court agrees with me. I'm sure people like Pat Toomey. Are saying to themselves today. Which is not actually true. But this is what they tell themselves. And it's not. It's not even a matter of fraud that this was never an issue. I've been pretty clear on this from the start for me. This was never an issue of trying to prove or disprove fraud, and this was never an issue of whether or not I wanted the Supreme Court to weigh in on fraud. It was never about fraud for me, as it related to the Constitution. It was about the order of doing things in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and how we conducted our vote. And the fact of the matter is act. 77 turned everything upside down. It changed the whole order, folks if mail in voting is allowed to stay If mail in voting is institutionalized in this country, and this never mind Pennsylvania but in states across the country. Forget it. Mail in voting is our is our death. Republicans will never. I want you to just listen to me. Republicans will never win mail in voting. By design. It is designed to be rigged against Republicans. Mail in voting is designed to be rigged against Republicans, and I don't mean to depress you or to spirit you but shame on Pennsylvania Republicans forever allowing Mail in voting. Mass mail in voting was designed To benefit And be set up to benefit Democrats and Democrats. Only Republicans will not At least in the short run, not until they get creative and start to figure it out the way California Republicans did, but it took the better part of a decade. It'll take cycles and cycles of Democrats steamrolling Republicans via mail in ballot. And almost I mean, I'm talking about a complete and utter blowout. Before Republicans just get wise to the game and figure out a way to play the game. Member. I told you they're doing this in California. Now. What are they doing? Creating their own satellite drop boxes. Republicans finally got wise and just said Well, okay, I guess if you can't beat them, join them, And then the Democrats started throwing. Holy hell fits about it. They were out screaming and yelling and suing that you can't do that. Will you guys do it? They started winning. That's honest to God. How? Check it out. That's how California Republicans were starting to win out there. They started setting up their own satellite drop boxes. They hadn't been doing that. They've been fighting Democrats over then they said, Well, We can't find the court to side with us. So we're just gonna start cheating ourselves. That brings me no pleasure to tell you that that may be where we're headed. But if this man and it was the Republicans that created it, folks, I Oh, I hate to have to keep saying that, but it's just so true. It's a Republican controlled legislature. In Harrisburg that created this. It created the ability for us to Yeah. To be counting votes like we bale hay in a farm field in Lancaster. I mean, literally were We're harvesting ballots like you would Bale Hay in a field in July. It's just sick. We're treating ballots, like like like like I got commodity like soybeans in a silo. One person one vote one day, one signature gone. We now ship and move. High volumes, Massive stacks, crates, pallets. Balance to be massively counted by Quote, air quotes, supervised workers in giant facilities That's not That's not the way this was supposed to be. But Democrats have warehouse Democrats have as they do everything Democrats have top down. Controlled ballot. Balance and voting. Ballot control. Chain of custody. Democrats do what they always do. Democrats Hate Small school district's small police forces. Small Voting precincts everything that's individualized. Everything that's unique to an individual community is the enemy of the Democrat because Democrats can't control individual precincts, individual school district Individual communities, Individual counties. Democrats can't get their arms around all of it. But if Democrats can create a uniformity across the entire state Better if they could create a uniformity across the entire country. One standard that emanates from one place like Washington, D. C. Why, then they could get their massive monopolistic arms around it. Then you start talking about instead of one vote, one person one signature one day one precinct. Precinct captains are counting counties are submitting to the state states count, Submit to the you know no more. They they envision a national vote day. Maybe week, days, days weeks. They live in. Alice harvesting season. That's what they see, and that's what they're getting with. Sadly in Pennsylvania Republicans help And if if we sit back and do nothing, if we continue to allow this, it's and, sadly, the Supreme Court did nothing yesterday to stop it, and that's what Clarence I'm going to read you some of what Clarence Thomas had to say. Clarence Thomas was raising objection to this in his dissent yesterday, he said, If we don't weigh in on this guy's I mean, what are we here for? If we don't weigh in on this And Cavanaugh and Barrett and Roberts. I said nothing..
Keystone XL pipeline halted as Biden moves to cancel permit
"Another order that is slated for biden ends day one signature is. He says he's going to revoke the permit granted to the keystone x. l. pipeline and just as a reminder. This is the project that is intended to carry crude oil from alberta canada to nebraska. Where it's going to link up with another pipeline going to the gulf
"one signature" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
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"one signature" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Manhattan. He will try based on having looked at a thousand companies to pick twenty that you put some money into expecting even those who were filtered through a very large amount of. His that almost all of them will die. Two or three will go sideways and one will pay back fold losses. That is A. Very dramatic funnel. Now, if that s the would be called here in the US batting average paps that works for him. How can we as enterpreneurs if you only do one Benca believe that that is going to be the one that we win on that seems both may even unrealistic. So we might think of this essay career or in other words, think of this as US running the fifty fund, which is that I can really mostly invest my time and a few monies and over fifty years, I can probably Renton ventures and I accept the fact that most of. Those benches might not work a few of them will they'll pay up for the remainder. Then is now a lifelong into personnel career, and that allows you to not emotionally die on those four years and worked on that one thing that didn't work. That is just you adding another role in that spreadsheet saying, aw, we leaned in we learn something onto the next one because it's a lifelong career. I think that would be the Gospel or on the one thing I would leave on the table. All right. Last question what's your number one goal for the next twelve months? We can pick from a two buckets goes for my company. So certainly that the immediate short term goal meaning the next twenty seconds is that anybody listening to this should go directly to I sign up for the free edition try out the plot, send me an email on human I and tell me what they think that's very short term. Now, the mid term goal we can pick from the other bucket is. Getting. That last kid to college is one she's in college. I'm home alone I do whatever I want me and my wife's what around the apartment makers I duNno, whatever the fantasy might be but that we can do so that you say ultra short term goal you heard that one and the midst of then which meet later and about my launch of goals. But you'll definitely go down as the most unique midterm..
"one signature" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Want. So they that's your stolen Intel whatever you order anything. Next time that you can eat I could have been an owner that that's how you should see it. The let's say world by the way. So let me Let me share what I took away from it. There's a few things that got me thinking about I used to say I haven't said this in a long time. But, I used to say to young people in they were thinking about being an entrepreneur or they're running a business whatever I always say the most important thing. Is Don't make the wrong mistake. You can make many mistakes. But don't make that one wrong mistake. That's GonNa Kill Your Business. So people always ask me. So what is it? What is that? One? Rauma said I have no idea. Good observation for where any startup is really just the colossus of bad decisions. And the danger is that as you suggest. One of them might just be so bad that it kills the company. Diesel, which one it is you'll know. Much done because you can go back and look at it and I can send me for that particular venture pinpoint a moment in time for you could take physician and the outcome would have been different. Did you did not Dennis? Now the. Mind Bookshelf Artsy. The top shelf is all books about battles and war mainly the US civil wars in area of specialty for me and what you realize after reading about battle after battle is that it really is just a ball of mistakes and errors and recovery's it isn't the grand thing that people think it is you know mapping out exactly how it's just like how you going to recover from these guys popping out of the woods where he didn't think they were there you know and so yeah, definitely life is a lot about just stumbling through. Those mistakes and surviving. Mike Tyson said at some points everybody strategy until they get punched in the face. And that hurts. So the the next thing you kind of made me made me laugh when you were talking about the first mistake and you may say, well, maybe this this I wasn't the final this was a mistake or whatever. But I kind of reminded me of something these days did the person die of COVID. Covert. Yeah you're. GonNa die from many mistakes but the question is was that the mistake that killed you not one other thing that you were really reminded me of.
"one signature" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"That does delivery and you'll know it by many brands. Now that's the story I said. That's a tens of billions of dollars tight company. Okay. What's the story then been? The story is now. That they got started, they will also ramping up but obviously, that has slightly different businessman one for way Oh we were marketplace. We really distant solicits a setting where you can go or something, and then we'll take a percentage of that revenue like any other marketplace. I were about to lose and I've been had the opportunity to merge with this company. And merged with this company. Let's go back to what I just said a few minutes ago. What is now? Perhaps by any measure if not be biggest than one of the biggest companies in the world, the dusters ends billions of dollars. And I still go back in my notebook and have a look and see what we negotiate about and I will aveling about whether I should get a Khan remember somewhere between twenty one percent and twenty three percents and I think they were at eighteen percent of that company, which is still a staggering amount as I would be the single biggest shareholder in that company. The only reason for that is I financed my end of the other companies we would urge they hadn't done that of their out walk in and be the single biggest individual on the table, but it wasn't enough. And S. we negotiated that I couldn't get what I wanted. In My. Delirious optimism as really enterpreneur I declined said Nah that I am not doing I'm going to win this on my own show. You guys you'll regret this. Not Not that dramatic and three months later because I didn't have much capital left, we ran out of money. And? Went tits up if you look at my Lincoln or you see. I've had four inches prior to this one. We've been so fortunate to have three exits who won the bitten would. That's the one that didn't work but you know what? It could.
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"Five thousand that is probably not too bad. So when people look back and say all, that was a horrific time I think of it as that was a wonderful time I must have been twenty, six, twenty seven is not like we sold for in the grand scheme of things a lot of money, but certainly as a young individual. Coming right out of college with no money. We ended up with about eleven million dollars. That's a huge nothing at that age, and really we can talk about that a separate footnote another day most people have this idea that to escape whatever they think is sub optimal in life Anita hundred, million dollars. No, you don't really need that much. Would you need is just to pay your apartment or House. In casts have few money set aside for college for the kids and then you really golden as. I can I can't even spend my salary and I'm getting a shitty salary, my own daughter right abacus I don't have any costs and would that money? We did some sort of integration. It was all good and fine and it was time to go to the next thing. and. That's where the story begins. I cannot choose new suddenly one of two things. Take. The money I've made put some aside lake shore things don't go. Well, it's a little bit for a rainy day or like any other. Optimistic, naive, aggressive, stupid enterpreneur taken all put it on red and just play one more evening and. That's what I did. And the funny thing is this is where. I us. No learning me here to this day. I still kinda think is a good investment even though I know that some mistakes here that. I can go back and see if I could not have turn left when I turned right But I walked back in and we started a business very similar to grope hub. Seamless just the takeaway dot com that can hold scene and did it. and. Obviously the idea was. Good these. Billion dollar companies today. So Sunday on paper, it was a very good investment so I jumped in in the deepened. Money in both hands and start to build up the team and without. Turning it long I want at least just out two things. We actually did manage to drive up revenue. We had one particular quirk.
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"What a valuable experience what have I, experienced because the one thing I always say to people particularly young people that come out of university Sales. Is. The one job out of all jobs that just an emotional rollercoaster. And it's the one thing that you cannot not do if you want to start up. So. If you want to do a new venture UNIBODY UNIBODY and ten other guys unit buddy VC capital one, hundred guys, it doesn't matter all you will be doing a sales will be selling investors will be selling. The press will be selling candidates whistling your. Basell, your team again, we sending customers you'll qualify lead. You'll be selling Dade and day out even though you'll sit back in arm. I. Really Thought of design. Fuck that you'll be selling people that's your job and. Some. That is a grind they just die on. If you don't enjoy that are GONNA, turn it into something for where you live on the yes, and the forty nine nose doesn't really matter much. It's probably not for you. It's a great. It's a great lesson and that when it comes down to entrepreneurship. You know there's so much glamour that people see in it and they talk about it. But this is the reality you've gotta get out there in hit the streets. Good story for Maya Venture. So we did predictive analytics for news media frontal figured out what particular story CNN should carry on their home pace where and for how long were killed when you carry. And wanted us to be one of our customers. They ended up being one about customers. It took me nineteen months. I was up at the her style forty one times. That's not a floor in that hostal I haven't seen forty one times s in anybody else would have said dentist. Do. You have an common here. No, I'm doing selling and I did it for nineteen months. And short that might have been the extended version, but it's not really a a story that you couldn't just pick up some reynolds from the street and you would have a similar story last really what it would take. Because most people would say come on Dennis you gotta give up. At. Forty. Alright. Well. Now, it's time to share your worst investment ever since no one ever ever ever goes into their worst investment. Thinking will be tell us a bit about the circumstance leading up to it and then tell us your story. So. Any enterpreneur. Suddenly enterpreneur who tries to turn that into a lifelong career not just a moment in time where I must try this out much done I'll go back and kind of work from woven Stanley and we'll all be good and fine but anybody like me who turns into a lifelong rea-. have. A different type of investment, not the traditional one because all our investments are attached to the idea of a startup non some other things. So I don't do any angel investments any kind of public stock any. Seats any advisory anything for where I can make any money outside of my bitches. So I play one game and if I win I feel like an take some sort of credit for it and if I lose I know who to blame tried to play the best game I could. So that's something you'd be uniqueness of into preneurs now to set the scene. Initially started a back then Cohen incident. Company that is obviously a turn that doesn't mean anything in the year twenty twenty but it meant something in ninety six because it was a new media. And if you ever want to start an internet company. The mid Ninety S he's not too shabby at time to start it. And we leaned in. We were able to finance it on. Flow Sem bootstrap didn't have any investors rented up to an exit..
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"Pan Out that way and I ended up doing eventual right our college. Now I'm twenty five years in but it was never the plan was always one away I was really IGA. Sit in my corner with Diet Coke and hathaway over at IBM. We can talk about exactly how did not like that Bob just saying that it was not the mosque plan. Makes me think of a question I have for you and I'm going to preface it with a little story many years ago I read a book called. Rich. Dad Poor Dad. Thought it was a very good book at the time. But later, I kind of started questioning the advice. Basically. In this book, the Rich Dad was ultimately an entrepreneur. The poor dad was a salaryman. Father was a salaryman all his life. And What I realized was that in that book, he taught many things but one of the things he taught is the value being an entrepreneur, but then I asked myself what percentage of people. Really are entrepreneurs I. Mean there's a bank right down the street they have two hundred thousand people that work for. How many entrepreneurs aren't there How many managers and I really realized that wait a minute giving the advice of the mass of people to be an entrepreneur is really bad advice. Because the majority of them will fail, but it brings me to the question that I want to ask you before we get into the question. And that is, is the idea of entrepreneurship? Is it in your genes? Do you think? Is it something genetic? I think like. Many other things it's a combination of some inherent. Ability, the might be. Difficult or impossible to describe but I also believe this. This is sort of learnings that you can pick up. So in that been diagram, they'll be some sort of. Optimal overlap but I also want to play in the Premier League. But I think I've just accepted the fact that sure go train ten hours a day every day seven days a week I still can't really honestly between you and me imagine that I'm GonNa play the premier. League. So sure I could kind of walk on it, but he's probably not going to happen and I think. With enterpreneurship Sh- oily you. Wanted, you could go up to Colombian, take your NBA and you can get started on one bench after next but that must be something which you might not be able to describe that resides inside you, and if it doesn't exist, you might not ever really get success you had hoped for. and. It seems that some nurture that of being brought up in a family of enterpreneurs where it's I wanted to make. Any money. At making myself. So I used to do door to door sales selling apples from nine to I dunno fourteen per se. Any teenager wants money to buy stuff. So probably knock on ten thousand doors trying to sell somebody something. Foils fifteen and if you haven't wanted really do a good MBA, go up on ten thousand doors in that's something which you can't write up in A. Use case off what? Netflix. Over this period that really compares to that speaking to. Ten thousand bombs staying at home and trying to convince them to buy know ten apple's for ten kroner. So Dad was certainly a something. I can trust him now but didn't see obviously back then..
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"Out Walk in and be the single biggest individual on the CAP table, but it wasn't enough. And actually negotiated that and I couldn't get what I wanted. In My. Delirious optimism as really any other enterpreneur declined. Now that I am not doing. Has Low fellow risk-takers and welcome to my worst investment ever stories along to keep you winning in our community. We know that the winning investing, you must state risk, but the win big you've got to reduce. My name is Andrew Stotz from a stotts investment research and I'm here with featured guest Dennis Mortenson Dennis, are you Iraq? or Yes. This something about you that I am really looking forward to your story. And I think it may have to do with the fact that you have devoted your life to startups. I spent the last twenty five years trying to make five different shoes work and I'm still addict. Amen. So. Dennis is an expert in leveraging data to deliver business insights a serial entrepreneur. Is Built and successfully edited several companies before founding X DOT AI in twenty fourteen, it's a company that is solving a painful problem, which is scheduling meetings through a sophisticated platform that saves people's time and effort. Dennis is a recognized leader author and university instructor in the field of digital data and analytics originally from Denmark. Than lives, New York's New, York. New. York City, but I'M GONNA SAY With his family so Dennis, take a minute and flavor tidbits about your, life. The funny thing about my story or at least to me is that I was. Hell bent on not becoming enterpreneur because my dad, my uncles cousins, most of my family ran their own companies. So all I wanted was really just to get my ceus degree, go work by M.. and. Not Any company just IBM they're not far from where I lived. I wanted to get the degree, take my bicycle, go find a desk and didn't even. Imagine I would into I'll just turn up and say, Hey, so this gets it's. Somehow it didn't..
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