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"patty jones" Discussed on KGO 810
"Are you know somebody asked me the other day I think you're on the air why I enjoyed school so much and I answered girls yes yeah I have to tell you I was in second grade at Madison school the first girl I kissed was Patty Jones in the cloakroom paddy I you're listening I'm sorry I didn't want to embarrass you but wait all really embarrass myself now well I spoke with her several years ago I said you were a how pleased I was I said this is John were often you don't she said who should remember I understand we're only in second grade but you understand that I understand the urges of kids oh wait adults to my one of my saying yes all of us for some colleges the decision may be largely financial though they may have to re open here about the guy George Washington University who is suing the campus because they paid fifty thousand dollars arose is my kid isn't that the school is doing it all virtually it shouldn't be that expensive so remember schools could permanently close if they are forced to go without income from tuition events housing football baseball basketball soccer M. the other on campus revenue streams for another semester others say there is not a one size fits all policy that could be applied to the country's incredibly diverse collection of colleges the decision to open campuses may depend a location nature of the student body university resources local laws and the pandemic itself so I'm raising this because I am supposed to on this weekend talk about the impact of the coronavirus and I don't know anything more impact for then the question of whether students should be back on campus what if there is an on campus outbreak what if we have all ritual lectures what about the process of socialization four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten so let me ask you particularly if you are sending a kid to college or if you are a teacher in a college university what are you gonna do should our whole vision of higher education change M. let me tell you I think campus is going to be open if there is absolute security for students safety now those of you were thinking are saying John you can never get absolute security so I ask myself the question what.
"patty jones" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
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"patty jones" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"For something fun to do this we can be sure to check out Sacramento's annual hot jazz jubilee care Piquet's Joe Michaels joins us live now from capital city's doubletree hotel with more on the seventh annual event we are here for the annual Labor Day get together hot jazz jubilee features more than just traditional jazz in fact well you could have just a moment ago or heard the wonderful sounds of cornet chop suey from Saint Louis Missouri they of stop to talk to the audience for just a hop skip and a jump ruining our background music but not ruining the fun that you will have here this weekend I am with festival organizer can make Marie and this is more than just traditional jazz we have a variety of styles being played this weekend yes we do Joe we have in addition to the traditional we have some zydeco where we have some swing and we have a little bit of rock and roll with the Todd Morgan is in town lots of good stuff will be found here if you're looking for something fun to do we're inside out of the heat there's music there's dancing and it's also for a great cause the money that's raised the hot jazz jubilee goes to help youth musicians Patty Jones the executive director of the sacrament of jazz foundation is here you put together this annual festival and camp for the kids and I know we sent a lot of them there what all other gonna learn all my guy and our jazz camp every year kids from ages twelve through twenty learn how to improvise they learn how to solo they learn all about traditional jazz all about playing in a small combo how their instrument that's the combo and one of the cool things about this festival is that the hot jazz jubilee gives an award every year to a deserving students to go to the camp plus we have six or seven you fans here to participate in the in the festival itself come on CS or the doubletree hotel all weekend long we've got the bands from across the country and it's Patty said we've got local bands as well music and dancing hi mom that I'm sending it back to you guys Joe Michael's on newsradio KFBK sounds like a great time thank you Joe great thing to do this weekend coming up on the KFBK afternoon news an anti vaccine hearing turn either controversial situation at the state capitol it's five fifty six a news ninety three point one KFBK have your.
"patty jones" Discussed on WEEI
"Daniel Jones shows is the real deal last night against the bangles yeah and then you great out players based on preseason football and we talk to Russell Baxter earlier in the show about this does only you make a declaration that Daniel Jones is the guy and run around in and and say that he's the man for the giants based on what he has done in the preseason I will say this though he does look overwhelmed it looks the part he's handled himself beautifully I don't know if I just got drafted coming out of college and I'm in my early twenties and I get dressed device team and I shop at a baseball stadium and everyone people with me when I'm getting cold out by fellow quarterback in the National Football League in GQ jokes yeah where I'm getting booed left to right everyone's basically saying how could they possibly drafted the sixth overall I don't know if I would handle it as well as Daniel Jones is handled it and I think that's a testament to him and certainly that's one aspect of it is personality his character traits the other aspect of it can you make all the throws I think what you've seen here aside from a couple of bulls in game two of the preseason Daniel Jones has really look good for the giants the show has and I well I'm with you I know if I was complete like you just said early twenties and I got like may feel the somebody's talking smack about me and I'm get ripped in the in the biggest mosque in the world before in the was stocks you know in New York City tri state area I'd really throw down and just cracks someone such as me but all but yeah so Dave Jones was not of eleven hundred forty one yards down very impressive member all channel Lascia behind the lie was kala letter the other quarterback out of Richmond yes okay who still on the squad is still on the depth chart there so I I would assume he's going to drop to to the third spot there and then yet Alice Tammy run him through so but then the Jones man I won't even be surprised that will let it as even make the team if they keep Tammy and amp Jones Patty Jones in Cuba yeah thank you for a great I mean the those are my looks a lot will not ever let us yeah he is he will have seven seven yard justly with Tammy at twenty five I don't how much each of a plate because my TV went out because all the stores all twenty five of the storms throughout the plains of Long Island your cable bill must be extreme actually TV service that the satellite dishes the cable actually look inside actually the satellites and I also do have all the rooms that have cable so I could actually watch the games like I'm I'm not kidding I really don't know it's right your store I do I'm not it's crazy I why would pay for this I don't put my wife because she wants a skate me anywhere so she has TV's in every room just for voice mail check with your only one TV in in the in the field a half bathroom in all right and find out where your life is when she's watching law and order exactly I should try to avoid me so there you three big headlines here on this Monday morning kept doing bank the bank go field issues up in Winnipeg preseason game three between the Packers of the raiders and Daniel Jones looking the part so far for the New York Giants it's stats of the moose on this Friday morning makes little Conor McGregor in the news all we get into that NextBus is a I mean if there's a guy that knows an awful that's the word you're looking for that's the word it's that CBS would you knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk there could be a crash people could get hurt or killed but that didn't stop you did it you knew you could get arrested you could.
"patty jones" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Fifteen has more the firing of Charles Ryan was a demand we would hear time and time again from former inmates like this woman it is urgent that governor DC fire separating meeting and many shared horror stories of inhumane conditions and care there and then Patty Jones whose nephew died in prison gave a passionate pleas that resonated with the crowd how does this happen in America now many more people spoken a couple things were clear one the problems with the prison system run deep and the pressure and governor do see to fire Charles Ryan is as high as ever to state lawmakers as well as representatives from the governor's office Amadio C. attended last nights event in downtown Phoenix well he went there was only to restart at six executions following the fed's lead our state's Attorney General mark Burnett rich no somewhat push to spare inmates lives but he wants them to refocus what about someone's brother or sister that was gunned down in cold blood in public by this killer who's now on death row and it's been me basically mocking the justice system for decades Bernard which also says the justice department will make it easier to get lethal injection drugs from overseas because American companies won't provide them Katie a our eyes on the economy if you use virtual currency like bit coin you may be getting a letter from the IRS David Tucker with the IRS tells Katie a are there reminding uses to report their transactions so the letters are basically educational in nature and letting the taxpayer and know that they may have an obligation they're using virtual currency they may have a tax obligation that is with that the IRS plans to send out more than ten thousand letters by the end of this month Peoria Gilbert and Chandler are among the top twenty best places in the country to flip poems according to Wall at hub they looked at market potential cost and quality of life Joe Gonzales with wall with herbs as the cities have great renovation and remodeling costs and in Peoria little bit of a lower construction worker's salary that includes plumbers electricians carpenters the same is true in Gilbert Arizona out which range for teens and the Chandler which bring seventeen diaria ranked fifth Katie a our eyes on parenting starting this week expecting moms will have the option of having a doula help them through labor a banner university Medical Center in Phoenix there's an increasing number of patients seeking out are hiring do let us in the community to help them with the labor support and so we recognize that we want to be collaborative with them and work together with them Christina Tosi as a clinical nurse specialist she says to us will even be allowed in operating rooms for moms having see section Arizona votes on night two of the democratic presidential debates in Detroit candidates took aim at the front runner Joe Biden sense to be a target from the moment he and coming to harass were introduced your plan does not cover everyone in America by the thought back on CNN he questioned the cost of Harris's healthcare plan California when I tell you that's a lot of money but no such a fire from Houston jeweler Brent what did you mean when you sad when a woman works outside the home it's resulting in quote the deterioration of family Biden said Jenner brand raised his record on women's issues before I don't know what's happened except that you're not running for president and cater ski ABC news Detroit KTAR news time eight thirty seven Lee stuff I didn't refer to the other people on the stage is with first snappers get started here is that a cell of the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
"patty jones" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Demand we would hear time and time again from former inmates like this woman it is urgent that governor DC fires check writing meeting and many shared horror stories of inhumane conditions and care there and then Patty Jones whose nephew died in prison gave a passionate pleas that resonated with the crowd how does this happen in America now many more people spoken a couple things were clear one the problems with the prison system run deep and the pressure and governor do see to fire Charles Ryan is as high as ever to state lawmakers as well as representatives from the governor's office in the DLC attended last nights event in downtown Phoenix Arizona's Attorney General has made it clear he wants executions in Arizona to resume but he expects roadblocks first American makers don't want to sell their drugs for lethal injections right now all we have the ability to get these drugs especially from overseas Attorney General mark Burnett credits the trump administration for that he says some of Arizona's one hundred sixteen death row inmates have exhausted their appeals but he knows attorneys and advocates will still push to spare their lives what about the victims what about the parents that had to bury their teenage daughter who was assaulted and raped by some degenerate governor do see asset he wants to study the issue more but will ultimately have the state follow the law Peter say more T. T. A. R. news K. D. A. our eyes on the economy bit coin users you're going to get letters from the IRS if you fail to report the income and pay taxes from your virtual currency transactions what we're saying is that basically they if they need to have an awareness that with using virtual currencies they may have a tax obligation did the talk over the IRS tells Katie a are the letters are mainly educational they.
"patty jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Korean Johnson legal offensively Corey not is good defensively does that entail that be a really tough call because curry's lights out Thompson is Liza and Thompson is such an underrated defender you're gonna realize with the warriors this year how much they miss clay Thompson I know they handed the ends Russell I know all loonies bag tray mon still there they still got curry they don't want a bunch of games and by the way Robbie one we were rattling off teams in the Western Conference with him is that or is this thing about that now again even mentioned Allstate whole all by the way will be in the post season you have to worry about that they will be the they're gonna miss Kay Dawson best do only NBA for my money it's cool I wanted and Paul George it's in the Ramsey Joe joins us without gel yes gel gels gas gun so I ask you Robbie I got cool why in George going into next year is the best to own only your five men and now yes a little bit yeah would you go I still think a bronze bust finally you do yeah see I case said after last year C. Cole why is generational lebron is multi generational I understand that question I wondered will never do for an NBA career what lebron James is never insist on fair it's ridiculous to ask I will get will Braun knoll with his inability to sure from the foul line which is a problem now at this stage in the game he has lost all minor step I know it's going to sound crazy defensively he's not as good as he's bad no but he still plays defense and he's still freaking nature as congenital better shooter from the outside Danny's ever been ever ever ever in Cleveland ever in Miami Betty was in Miami is sure you pass up shots away all the time much better much better and he'll play off that pick with Davis and they're back court now because well I like the Lakers camp was saying this but I would put a future but on the Lakers I think lebron's going to do it because he's the he's the quintessential carpetbagger going from place to place going to win titles everywhere as they leave one who if I was going to I like Miami first stay in Cleveland I think he will win a championship at some point Los Angeles do Robbie and I wondered about that with the way the off season was calling I was like Hey gonna get somebody put a on Saddam is it now a toxic situation that changed your anti Davis a lead changes I just want to know which segment we're gonna talk about you stealing Marcus Morris for me I want to know when we're going to get into that whole weird Mike this personal like happy about the fact they got out of that contract I think the warmer I like Marcus Morris but my goodness how many powerful always get an expert on the roster let's say the Bergen county Patty Jones this without Patty there are Hey what's going on what's going out that I don't want to hear about these to some after the NBA and Hey you're not brown and Barrett at well I mean I it was a hit Barrett matching and months the top NBA players I mean I need to do always with prince eek is right yeah what procedures such as that once I heard that that was I knew I had and the call of my long lost friend I'm not seeing this guy is quite awhile bees to win well good falls wall what's happened while well we're doing well man and working on over the next few weeks when we get a little bit of quiet time general body should draw to get ready for his freshman year at the cues on the show we're gonna try to make that happen that because I tell you what you just looked after graduation with right around the twenty third July and because they do but overall it's a song downtown you can't wait to get out there they go to Italy right out that that they do do you know when they're going to Italy out of curiosity or call the Maragha McCall and I'd like all gays die I don't think they're going to be going in September and October they're gonna want to make sure they backed the start of classes in one hour yeah yeah yeah that that that because he said there are I don't go told me one of those because it's only that isn't taking summer courses to just get out about the yelp before basketball third but I tell you what date they're cute they don't know what they're in for this kid fantastic he's a good friend of body bands on the news or not I want to see some chemistry right out of the gate and I expect that they will be a much better offense of team and they've been I am worried about them defensively dealt with the loss Jay's per said did not very big guy you know in that two three zone you gotta be able to rebound of basketball that can hurt him but that we have full watch while I'm looking forward to it are your at your what I tell you what edit your movies and I mean because the owner is the only preterite eighteen years old he's gonna maturity six to about one eighty five and you know how you can hear what you have we service game with that may maybe defiantly help a little bit of that but you know what he can be a more disciplined shooter wind up with bay and while he's already there but they have to help them out monthly listen the hope is well he's a four year player searches that gets better and better and better and that's what I want searches recruiting I want guys you're going to be there for multiple years I'm sick and tired of chasing down the French one and done guys seeing them leave early not having that sort of chemistry you need to have we'll get these teams that are winning NC double a tournament's Villanova Virginia teams that have won Wisconsin going to back to back championship games you need guys was sticking around you need guys are going to grow within the program I really believe that matters in college basketball all it goes without a doubt I think you would kill for the flag the four years no problem at all a that grandpas old school is dental school man who they like education before anything else this is why you say three years if he ends up being a stolid I'm fine with that if you give me three high quality Old World years also have done a lot if it means big things for the kids yeah and the palm watch him in the head out there the again I I just can't wait it's pretty crazy the you will call me about this kid about four five years ago now if he ends up at my alma mater Syracuse so yeah he's coming in a program offering what's a serious health back remember what what I particularly and probably a bottom and your screen or will I came over with the guy was in you at the route that we think these kids that are the kids going eight he's all I've heard about kids like this before and bystanders senior they fall off the map would build involved in that city say made a name for himself in the I stayed now he's Jimmy behind and Syracuse is round jul hopefully wall for years to come what else you got for me brought just real quick yeah I have a big game and a look at that that was what we hear another starting pitcher okay were they they got them posting I think to be willing to give up any of that start that is funny since al all band the starting pitcher they you know very well that was a monumental flop here and Sonny gray he's already are also starting pitchers yeah it's pretty crazy to think about Sonny gray going the all star game but you know what Walt it shouldn't surprise you Sonny gray has good stuff Sonny gray just didn't have the intestinal fortitude he didn't have the sort of tough is that you need to have in order to pitch in New York that's just the way it goes for some gas sorry great and have that to be able to handle you know a bad start he'd go in front of his locker and basically say yeah my stuff was good over and over again it was not New York material your right to read to add some pictures that chain which can still no shot you know.
"patty jones" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"That will go to our individuals. We have a twenty dollars an anonymous donation in memory of Jordan Taylor. Alicia and Ronald Roten in memory of Melvin Rhoden twenty five dollars relations. Amphibious is incorporated, Larry and Hilda Taff. Ralph Webb Sharon Barnes, Dudley and Sonia, Pierce junior, Greg Marissa's, Sherard took and Coney Mayfield in memory of Jordan Taylor. Darlene Aikman in memory of Bill Aikman. Bobby bras will Donna Matic's in memory of Richard Maddix, forty dollars donation from Dogwood in, in, in, in honor of rose, and Curtis. Fifty dollar donations Dane clap, Roger Nancy Miller in memory of bobber Norma, Miller, Arlene, Patty Jones, Larry and Linda, he'll in honor of our grandchildren. Jerry and Brinda car, right in memory of Chris Cartwright Ronin, desert in memory of steep Davenport. Kenneth good in loving memory of Evelyn, new good, and grandma grandpa, you'll seventy dollars donation, very David, and Mary. Hey, senior in memory of Shirley Hayes are one hundred dollar no nations are sharing Hartman, Karen Brown, Catherine hook. Will you McKay? Richie third. Shannon Thompson basing balk in memory of karo hall, Arnold hall, an anonymous donation in memory of Mark Rexroad, Tim and Alison Smith in honor of our kids. Allston. Ashley Nathan Bryan, Amy mcnew in honor of Becky rose, Bruce and Donna elder in memory of marketer, Donna, Hamm, in memory of Dennis Brown, he lane Rawlins.
"patty jones" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"They're thirty years is paid for the people have said, okay, we don't we don't need another phase one or two or three or whatever. Let's just take this venue pay for it. And that been used paid for then if there's nothing else to do with that venue, and that'd been you has operated properly, Scott maintenance, so forth at tax goes away. It goes away. And also you look at the history of venue tax propositions that they pay off seventeen times faster than adver Lorne taxes. And I've said this to people sat countless numbers of time every tax that I pay in Lubbock county. I two exactly where that Texas going gasoline tax. I can't tell you what. Date does with that. They built roads and bridges and so forth. I can't tell you that this venue tax. I can tell you exactly where that's going because the state law side says the county has got to be very careful separate account audits that has got to be supervised in a very very meaningful. Overshot has got to be very strong. You know, a couple of things one whenever I went in in began to look at this. You know, I raised the new the concerns about rental car taxes initially that 'cause I don't like people finding out after the fact I thought it would not be helpful after the election for people to find out that out of nowhere on October five the president signed into law that said you can no longer tax rental cars at airports are permitted by airports four projects away from the airport. A lot of prepositions in without just said, right, but it's complicated. But I wanted to air that out. Now, those questions were dressed I was shown revenue numbers that project with new rooms coming online that the hot tax portion could absorb it. And they that ballot lane would was submitted. I believe August twenty two somewhere in there is the feds have to overlook all these ballots, make sure they're square so long. Before that was on in the law, or, you know, couple months before signed in the law this came about now what else I learned was how much the committee. You know? My question has been wiser not an intersection in Lubbock where you've got citizens tower where you've got. Broad intersection here citizens tower. You got a new buddy Holly hall, and you look over to the east and you've got a new expo center. I mean that would be yes. That won the world out there in so I began to look into and they've done exhaustive. It's been it sounds to me exhaustive. They tried over and over again to put it at the fairgrounds. Fair board decided no they didn't want their prerogative to do. Absolutely. Is in that even a deal. I've heard that there's a deal from that was made that you know, you run it for your twelve fifteen days a year that you use that property and will maintain it. And we'll use it the rest of the days of the year. Still no all I have to say this, which doesn't make any sense to me. But nevertheless, but coming back around to this Patty Jones thing I mean that they went through in. I heard from this land owner in this. Well, they're thinking about buying Milan. Will their thing about. Obama land. They thought about multiple locations. And this is the location that worked in, you know, to me, it seems like it's a lot a lose for Patty Jones that I mean who wants property right next to that in for people who say, well, she's just going to make money off of it. Once once commercial entity will you're assuming then that it's gonna be a profitable big deal. You've just said there won't be. So which way is. Okay. Fair enough, you know jail on those lands. Not one word has been said about the strap store on the corner. Nobody's told rocks at the straps because they could look benefit stand to profit from people. Photo rocks at deal done word. Now, we're has anybody say anything about about some of the other areas around there? There's going to be profitable. Now. Just Patty Joan, well, let's get to some of these tax. And of course, here's one from Charles. It says, well, Mr. Jordan example of the board of governors is useful anyone who's dealt with him. Sees billing department knows that when there's a billing problem..
"patty jones" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"So about eighty six thousand dollars what our county commissioners, you give a gift give or take a couple of dollars. So where are you will go is I'm gonna go back to Sydney two thousand dollars. I'm only going to take. A seventy two thousand dollars celery. And I'm going to do that they won. You can go can go fill out a piece of fallen ten percents about ten percents. So what will you do with the ten percent stays? What's his county? Oh, you're going to give it back to you know, you you you just say, I'm I'm only taking seventy two thousand so that that whatever, you know, just settle stay in the county costs, are you? We're gonna go going the other five minutes here. But I went or you do you teach you care way that the reason that we're that you're sitting here. Well, you would have been sitting here, regardless. But I think your opponent would have been Patty Jones. Yeah. Should you have chosen run? Yeah. But I think that you chosen run before all this went down. Yes. Because I knew I knew I had my gut feeling being around this politics. Knowing up, you know, one of the things is paying attention to the other side. And I've done that's one thing. I've learned but chedda sees ticket into beating penny Jones was the salary and. I just. I really wonder at the wisdom of the sound. So why not tie like, let's just take federal judges in just saying, you know, what Lubbock county commissioners are going to be paid based upon increases in federal judges or their dog catchers, or whatever ERM whatever inflationary device when us but just tied it to that. And that's the law of the land and whatever increase they get is what the commissioners can why do you think that they how long ago was this two or three years ago? You know, I think the last increase, I don't know. What's I don't know what it would for six thousand a couple years ago because I think that was the last increase. There's two different increases at happen in the last one was I think couple not just linked to mean to me, the political optics, or what would have brought us here in my point is that I think a lot of Republicans look at what they did in run their their hands through there and think, wow, you know, we just jeopardized the Commissioner's court too much. Audie logs people who may not have the county's interest in mind who went to get in there on in here. I would mention Jason corley in chedda see that here too guys who quite frankly, don't know what they're doing. And so we got to vote for a democrat here. Even though we're Republicans is there the first Cessna nt that. There are a bunch of business Republicans now who are saying now things are out of control, and they may not have interests with the county, but they see a blog a segment of local government. That's a ri- in. So TJ care way comes along with his blue Bill tan hat in you know, I'll get I'll write him a check. Well, I mean, the point is that they've come in, you know, there in that camp that my taxes are too high. And I'm totally agree. Your taxes are too high. But it's not your county taxes that are too high. And they are the ones that are responsible for the county tax rate. We no reason our taxes are too high is school taxes, and it's because down in Austin over the last twenty years, we went from sixty percent of the state financed. Our our public schools to thirty eight percent and our school districts have had to make up the difference in that any any locally elected Republican state representatives senators to reach out to you know..
"patty jones" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"I've got pictures to TD care way. Let's get into the race. As mentioned in the teaser heading into the segment. I hear a lot of people saying that you're within striking distance in rid Lubbock county. Tell me TGI care way. How you've run a campaign in which you've not lost Republicans Republicans are interested in boating for you. We can talk about your opponent here in just moment in why Republicans may be looking for an alternative in this race. But what do you credit? It to Republicans being interested in you. What are some when I'm a centrally let me just rather than? Going, you know, suddenly at you, you've run the campaign that I think a lot of people ought to pay attention to because you've not in forgive me made yourself out to be crazy not made yourself out to be an ideolog. What what have been your guiding principles in this campaign? This far. Well, you know, I started thinking about this will Kenny dinner actually approach before years ago to running his petty Jones. And I said that the four years goes, I'm not gonna I'm not gonna do that. But I knew twenty eighteen the ways things shaping up and in some of the things that you know, Patty and ability going down to Austin and testify against one of the governor's bills and stuff. I knew that they would be payback for that. I knew that people were saying what you're going to run against Patty Jones. And I'm like, you just watch I will not be running against Patty Jones in November twenty eight. So that was part of the deal that I knew that this would be an open seen. So you thought at that time it would be Republicans that running in spaghetti Jones. Not Democrats will know that they would be a Republican running against Patty Jones and beat her that this would be this would be an open seat in. This is the first time it's an open seat in eighteen years. And I'm the first democrat runs out and Brazil switched parties in nineteen eighty six. So just just so who's that algebra? He was a county Commissioner from nineteen sixty four to think he's ninety two or ninety four and proceeded. Patty Jones will there was one other. There was a couple of others was there was -pointment. And then. There was another Republican before Patty Patty got into thousands, she wound up in two thousand and she's only had two opponents in the general election since since she had to libertarians running. Our democrat has never run for that seat since out them..
"patty jones" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"Y'all. I wanna see there. Now let's listen to the story of a woman who used her experience from two previous businesses to launch a successful new business. My name's Abby Ashley and I'm the founder of the virtual savvy. I have an online training programme for virtual assistance. Anyone who wants to work from home is a virtual said, I train them how to do that. Abby quit her full-time corporate job and built a successful career as a virtual Assistant. It really started out of the desire to start working from home. I was about to have my first speedy, and I had a 95 that I absolutely hated. And so I thought, Okay, What something I can do from home. And I kinda stumbled into virtual assistance. A friend told me, Hey, you can offer like Services online. And so this is back in two thousand twelve I ended up being able to quit my job after I was making basically after replace my income. But she felt a desire for something more Abby decided to build a business teaching online courses password a couple of years. I was working for people that I felt like. I could be doing what they're doing. I really wanna help training coach other people. And so I decided to coach and create courses Instead, I poured my heart and soul, and of course, is for about three months and decided to release them into the World. She made some mistakes along the way in the business launched didn't quite go according to plan, But the best part is Abby didn't give up and you I was going to be a millionaire. Obviously after releasing my course is the end. I launched them and one person bought and I made ninety seven dollars And it was devastating, two thousand fifteen Israeli rough A lot of nights crying on my bed. And what am I doing? I think I could have quit at that moment. I think that's probably where a lot of people do stop is they put their heart and soul into something, and then nobody loves it. And you don't just feel like your workers rejected, you feel like you are rejected. And that's a hard place. But that's when I. Lead realize that I needed not just not some idea, but a strategy and a lot of the principles that because he teaches about like having a plan and doing those building blocks in having the foundation really knowing who your audience is, I think was the biggest thing because of her experience building her own business. Abby decided to train others to be a personal assistant December of two thousand fifteen I decided to try something new and I need to shift and took a little while to make that shift. So I had to look back and thought, You know, what do I know how to do and what could I teach somebody else how to do? And I had grown up virtual assistant business. So I said, You know what? I'm going to teach that instead of at the time I was trying to teach anything. I was like, Here's how to start a business. And here's this. And here's what it feels mental is even though I haven't really done one before and I was just trying to teach a little bit of anything to anyone who would take it. And at the beginning, I was really just trying to be like everybody else they think as like, Oh, I need teach people how to do it on. I'm business because that's what everybody does, but it really wasn't my personal experience. So that journey kosh I probably went through the about six months of just like kind of just searching And honestly, It was Christie in another podcast that I listened to talked about coming up with a specific persona and combining some of what your dreams were, but also your experience. And so I was like, Okay, What was my past experience and what have I done? Well? What do people ask me to do? And people would ask me, How did you started virtual assistant business? And I was like, Oh, I could teach that. It's so funny that it didn't occur to me sooner. You know, sometimes are good ideas are literally sitting right in front of us because I think that that wasn't my main passion. I'd kind of lost passion in the work itself, honestly. And so I was like one way to teach that Like it's not something I loved what I'm like. I do love to teach people how to work from home, how flexibility have the freedom to stay with their kids like I was able to. So I think that's what turned me on to it. I had to rebuild my Foundation. So August of 2016 is when I started the virtual savvy as it is now. So it took me a little while. Abbey learned a lot from launching her personal training course. I I release it if his five hundred dollars, which seemed a little expensive, But Someone told me This is a good price point And I actually sold sixteen of them, and I made eight grand and that was eight times what I'd made and like the last year trying to create courses actually sold the course idea before I created the course, which is another fun course strategy. I guess that people use the completely opposite what I had done previously. I had like spent three months building these courses and then nobody left them. But instead I had a small email lists of the time. It's about 12 100 people. And I was like, I think I'm going to do this course I laid out. Here's what the modules would be. Pay me five hundred dollars. I maiden state in that language. But if anyone is interested in this, I'm going to eventually sell this for a thousand dollars. It's going to be five hundred dollars. I'm going to release the lessons to at a time as I create them, but you're going to be with me in creating the course. So people. Jumped on on my list of 1200 people, I had 16 people by And so I literally got paid to create the course because I had validated before I created Ray. I validated the idea for the product before I created it, And I think that that's really a good strategy when it comes to course creation Abbie's biggest acquisition toll was her email list. I had been since two thousand twelve of slow slowly collecting emails because people said You should have an email lists. And so I would throw out a random little checklist or whatever on like a Facebook group or on a Facebook page. And I would ask clients to be on my email us. I asked my friends at the first thousand were really, really difficult to get. And then after me that eight thousand dollars invested in a Pinterest manager. And so since December of 2016 I've gone from that 1200 up to ten thousand subscribers Now. Pretty much Pinterest. Crazy enough. I write long form blogs content and promote the heck out. Monthan dressed Attis business changed when she focused on her ideal customer the client targeting. That's really what made the biggest shift in my business where those first foundational building blocks of deciding what I was going to sell, who is going to sell it, Who the ideal client was in order to sell at coming up at that persona. And really diving into that. Now I have the numbers in the statistics of my audience is thirty five year old. Mostly women must like ninety nine percent women. And I know that now, but at the beginning it was a little bit of guess work. A lot of ends up reflecting yourself and your business. So I try to put a lot of my own personality into my products. And people be attracted that there's other people who do what I do, but they don't do what I do the way I do it. The biggest struggle for Abby has been the loneliness of being a business owner. He can get really lonely to be a business owner and to be working your but off through the successes through the trials. People just don't get it. People want you to give up though wondering why you're not going back to a ninety five or why you're spending so much time on this other thing. And I thought that that was just when you were having a bad day or a rough time. It was hard to people didn't really understand, but I've also found even on the flip side, once I started getting some success in my business, people still did And Anderson. I mean, let's be honest. Like we were talking of IRS. It's weird. Talk about that too family. And so you feel like you don't have people that get it. And so I think that it can get lonely and business boutique has just been so good for my soul because it's just people who like get it. Two thousand seventeen was a great year for Abbie's business. The first time I launched that online course me that eight thousand dollars is actually just year ago. Since then I have done three hundred thousand dollars in sales from committing to my audience, serving them first and word of mouth really does start to spread. And it's been a really awesome journey, but without having the tools that that 'cause he teaches and that step by step, don't try to get ahead of yourself. Do these foundational steps one at a time, don't pretend beetroot who you are. And I was trying to be an expert before when I really was trying to sell things that I didn't know what I was talking about. And she taught me a lot about being treated who you are, what is your experience? Sell that? And people really caught onto it. She is continuing to set new goals and make changes in her business. As she gross. I make one goal every month. I say this month I'm gonna do this one thing. That's a really hard because all the things come in. Of course, you do other things, but literally this month I'm doing this one thing Like last month We were going to do Facebook ads and we were going to get our first Facebook At writing. And that's literally would I concentrated on the entire month This month. I'm working on my course making some improvements. I wanted to be the best virtual assistant training course that there is. So I'm doing course improvements, and that's my one focus. This year of a couple of people hired. So now I have someone hired to do Pinterest. So eventually you can hire other people to have their one focused too. But for me, I have one focus and I stay focused on that. And it all leads into my one bigger goal that I'm trying to do. Abbie's advice to other business owners is to focus the number one piece of advice I can give is don't try to do all the things. I think that you go to a conference or you listen to a podcast if they are all good ideas. There are so many good ideas out there, but you're going to make the most progress if you just do one thing really, really well. So like I said, this past year, we went from a thousand to ten thousand email subscribers because we did Pinterest like crazy. And that doesn't mean that you should go out and do Pinterest right crazy. It means that you should choose one thing and do it really well. So don't try to do Pinterest and start a podcast. In right, an awesome blog and livestream every day and all of the things, right. Learn a strategy. So don't go out and certain floundering and doing it. Pick one platform, one way to grow your audience because that's what is really the most important with any businesses to have an audience that one of the methods to grow your audience and do it to really well stay diligent with it a year later You're gonna see the results are gonna see the fruit of it. Business is the most ridiculous rollercoaster the whole freaking world uTiel like it's terrible, terrible, terrible. And it's hard and your pushing and your grinding. You're like, Oh, my gosh is going so slow. And then once it does start to take off May on, It's like a world view are going down so fast and a really starts to compile. So I think that's may be good for people to hear like it is a snowball effect. Word of mouth is that way, right? Word of mouth marketing. It's the most powerful kind of marketing. It's hard to get started, but one people know about you, then it's more people know that more people tell more people in the. Not Ripple effect, so it does eventually start to go faster. It just takes a lot of hard work to get there. The Bible says the plans of the diligent prosper. And I really believe that if we are diligent and diligence is an easy thing diligence is you keep going and you keep going and you keep going even when it's hard. I love Abbie story because it's such a great example of how in business, just like in life, things change over time. The business you're in today may not be the business urine in six months or six years. And that's okay. Now some of you asked me questions by visiting our podcast at our Nashville business boutique event. And now I'm an answer. A few of those questions are first question comes from Patti, Patty, What's your question forming? Hi. My name is Patty Jones, and I wanna be a Christian comedian and personal speaker. How do I gained the door to places when I don't really have experience doing it? I mean, I've done little things. With my church specifically and retreats, But how do I saw myself and get in the door for people who don't know me Patty? That's a great question. And it actually sounds like you're already doing it. See when you say you're doing little things with churches and church retreats, That's exactly how I got started. It may feel a little you, but it's building your experience. It's building your portfolio. You can actually video yourself and half clips to show other people or future potential clients. My advice to you would be to keep doing that. Keep doing what you're doing, speak to anyone anywhere who will lesson for any price. I know that sound silly, but you're only going to build a speaking career, but actually getting reps and your Bell. Here's why. Number one is going to make you better. You're going to improve as a comedian and speaker. When you learn what works and what doesn't, You're going to practise, You're going to refined your content, you'll become better all round through doing the thing. There's nothing like a live audience and no matter how many times you've practiced in front of your mirror or your dog. It's not the same. AM as throwing a joke out there and hearing crickets. You probably know this from experience, Patty, if you've told more than one joking your whole life, Sometimes they don't work. But you don't learn that unless you have an audience. That's why I just want you to keep doing what you're doing, keep speaking to anyone anywhere. And then as you do more and more of this, And as you were more and more successful and you hit a home run for these people, You can ask them for testimonials. You can ask them for video clips and you can ask them for word of mouth referrals. That is how you're going to build your speaking business. Of course. Eventually you can have a website with the speaker, real and testimonials, and of contact former right now. You're just getting started just focus on speaking to the people that you can and having them help you their testimonials and word of mouth as the thing gross. I'm excited for you Patti and I know it may not feel glamorous at this stage, But this is preparing you for the next stage to put your head down, Be humble, do the work practice per pair, and you'll be ready when that next season is here. Great question. Hope this helps. All right. Our next question comes from C, C. What's your question for me? My name is su And yet he And I'm interested in launching a college. It lies in business. My question is I'm very interested in passive income, but a lot of people have businesses that involve products, And I would be working with high school students and their parents. So I'm having trouble coming up with ideas. I follow the process for my kids and taking them through an identifying what career They want wanna add in then visiting schools and targeting what would be a good fit. So that's the press. So wanted people to because it saves them a lot of money and get on transferring schools, a kids motivated. They know what they want to do, And you introduce them early on in high school to the career departments. And they know about fares and getting a job. And so they'll end up with the job. My son graduates. This may with a job. That's the goal. So help people with that. I don't know what I would put on a video training, and I'm not interested in the Blog. I could do something that I could create. One time and be accessible, but I met metal loss as to what I would do. I don't have an idea where they still need me, but I'm offering something that they in life. Suit This is a really easy question. I love this question. You've got all the right pieces. You just need to put them together. You said yourself, You have a process that you take people through because it saves some time. It saves money while than you also set. I don't know what I would put on a video training will. So that's what you put on the video training. My friend, you put the process on the video training. This is not hard. You don't have to meet people need a knee over coffee to walk them through your process. You put your process on film and you have a Downloadable work. She and you walk people through that lesson as if you were at coffee. So if you wanna do a core sued, That's a very easy first route, and that's going to be passive income for you and it scalable where you can help more people. But if you don't wanna do that, That's a different story. Another thing that came to mind if you just want some ideas would be to create a tool. Maybe you have some type of interactive quiz that you create that maybe as white labelled and you put your branding on it And you let people take that quiz, And that's how they identify where they need to go to school. You charge for the quiz is passive income for you. It's helpful for the parents and they get their results. That's another option for you. But if you want to take the course route, that's a very easy thing for you to do because you just take your process and put it on camera. Now, of course, if you don't have the gifts of being a teacher, you fall more into the consultant roll or more of a cotrol. Then you just want to find someone who's gifted at teaching. They can show you how to craft stories and examples and walk. Someone threw a lesson And then you take your process and put that and lesson format. It's not as hard as you may think, and I know you can do it sooner. I wanna give you one more resource and Patti. If you're still listening, This is for you to I have a template that I used to build talks for public speaking. This would definitely help you Patty, since you want to be a public speaker. But Sue, It would even help you as your building out these lessons. If you go to the show notes for podcast episode 25 You can download my speaking template, fill it in in immediately you're content is going to come to life. It just helps you structure what you're going to teach and how you're going to teach it. I know you can do this soon. So so don't over-think it just take your content and put it on camera. That's going to be a great start to you, Helping people and getting that passive income that you're looking for. Great question. And I hope this helps. Our last question comes from Lisa Leeson. What's your question for me? I'm Lisa may company is imperative dot company. We provide websites online stores and marketing for small businesses. Iva question about publishing prices on line. Since we construct berry custom solutions. I don't want to scare customers by publishing prices. But I also don't wanna be vague. How should I communicate? Lisa? This is a great question and I'll tell you whether or not people post prices online really is determined by which industry You're in in your specific type of industry. It would be very common to not post your prices. If you don't wanna post them, don't feel pressure. Just simply say contact us for a consultation. That's a great way to build the relationship, start the conversation. And then of course you could build their package and their pricing based on the scope of their project and what they need. Anyone that would come to you for marketing services would know That's probably pretty normal. Now, some industries, If you're selling hair bows or if you're selling pies, It's kind of weird If you don't put your price on your website. That's a little suspicious. And your case you do customs services and the scope can range all over the map. So of course you don't Lister prices because you want to serve their customer based on what they need. It's a great question, and I hope this gives you permission to not put your prices up there, but to serve your customers on an individual basis. Great question Lisa. Now, if you have a question about something we've talked about here on the podcast or anything about your business, I'd love to hear from you. You can Samir questions on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram by using hashtag ask Christie, right? So Samir questions because I'd love to hear from you are at your homework for this week, is to pick one of these qualities that we talked about to work on. I want you to pick one quality per week for the next seven weeks. You can intentionally practice cultivating These traits in your own life in situations. And in relationships that you have. And then guess what? In seven weeks, you will be well on your way to not just acting like, but actually becoming a highly successful woman. All right. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for hanging out with me as always And don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for more encouragement on how to make money doing what you love. Visit, business boutique dot com.
"patty jones" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
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"patty jones" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
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