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"people distribution" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:48 min | 3 d ago

"people distribution" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"This? A lot of people not liking the new restrictions in L. A county, taking it out on the public health director. They protested outside her home. Right there. That's about 60, mostly mask list. People protested and yelled in front of the Echo Park, home of L. A county director of public health, Dr Barbara Ferrer as the LAPD kept the crowd off her property. Many wave trump flags and held signs that said things like Covert is a con job Some people can ex spoke with said they didn't believe the virus is dangerous or real. Here's professor and remind she's with the Department of Epidemiology. U C L A. I think it's very unfortunate to see Public health of this whole being targeted. We're all being targeted. And I think definitely very troubling to see people who are doing work to protect the public now facing the ire of the public Prayer, has acknowledged he has received death threats. So of other prominent health experts like Dr Fauci in Echo Park, Emily Valadez Kay Next 10 70 news radio officials in Lancaster are so frustrated with L. A county's handling of the Corona virus pandemic that We've scheduled a special meeting to consider a no confidence vote in the county Health Department and its director, Barbara Ferrer. Regarding her end the department. Lancaster is also looking into the possibility of joining with the other nearby cities to set up their own public. Health Department officials will meet Thursday to discuss the issue. First Californians could start getting vaccines within weeks. And there are a lot of questions about how it's actually gonna work doctor who's ahead of the epidemiology division at UC Berkeley School of Public Health and also heads up states. Covert vaccine work group TELLS Can exit the Feds Have released some guidelines for the states to consider California We'll look at those recommendations and then decide this vaccine does has become available. Who should get priority for those doses. They're working hard to, you know, decide between the health care workers and People live in Beijing homes, people who work in nursing homes. Frontline public safety people distributions an issue but also just kind of convincing people to take the vaccine. The state still working on this public education campaign to kind of ease fears about taking the vaccine, 509 No. One K connection, the city of Hope. In Duarte. He's making significant progress on an investigational covert vaccine. Developers say it involves an auntie gin that can pack a punch to the immune system. We think this is a more power Platform because it is a virus that is innocuous. It's harmless, but it'll deliver a nice punch and the immune system will remember it and we're hoping it remembers it for a very long time. So once you get the vaccine, you won't have to get it again and subsequent years, Dr. John Diamond says the vaccine was developed there at the labs at city of Hope, and they've initiated phase one of the clinical trial involving healthy volunteers between the ages of 18 and 55, who have not yet had covert 19, by the way, investigational means the vaccine has not yet gained authorization by the FDA for marketing. Other Jordan mechanics. 10 70 NEWS radio. A lot of new exciting of vaccine and new is coming out today from Madonna. And we're gonna be talking about that some other covert related issues at 7 45 this morning with one of our top medical experts, Dr David Vegas from U. S. C. You can send us your questions by email at Corona questions that can extend 70 dot com or on the socials with the hashtag KNX Corona questions dozen for Jen this morning and he is just telling us about this problem in Santa Calorie to he's going to update you on this little fire that sparked up on the right shoulder. It's the Fort In south Kind of right in that area. He'll tell you more 5 15. It's 5 11. Are you still invested right now is your ability to retire or stay retired at risk? Hi. This is Ken Marais, founder of Retirement Planners of America and host of the Money Matters. Radio show. Our goal is for your money toe last as long as you do and for you to have financial peace of mind. We believe that growth is important. But protection of principle is even Maurin. Important. We see the five year Years before retirement, and the five years after retirement as the single most important decade of your entire financial life During those 10 years, you should consider on Lee taking as much risk as is appropriate to achieve your financial goals. We don't think it's about getting rich quick. We believe it's about not becoming poor. And I think you know what I mean by that. If you are retired or retiring soon go to our P o l a dot com and sign up for our upcoming virtual retirement seminar. That's our P o l a dot com What could help you take advantage of today's low mortgage.

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"people distribution" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by one drop take back your time, your power and your life with one drop the award winning APP that simplifies getting healthy and staying ahead of your diabetes hour sugar are membership connects you with a certified health coach you can message anytime. Reach out to your coach for personalized diabetes advice. So you can make decisions with confidence work together to build better habits and stick with them and lean on your coach for support. When you need it most visit, join one drop dot com slash coach to save fifty percent on your first month of sugar Rx. Now to less developed and middle income countries that don't have the cash at the ready to lineup corona virus vaccine if in when safe and effective ones get approved, the World Bank has gone through its board for final approval for billions of dollars to help countries lock in vaccine contracts. It's about how money talks when it comes to securing something high demand. Just one of the many hurdles that have to be surmounted in distributing vaccine's everywhere on earth I spoke to the president of the World Bank David Malpass welcome to the program. Thank you David Nice to be on. So. This requests for twelve billion dollars. What is the problem that money would try to fix? The developing countries and especially, the poorest ones simply don't have resources to put in a marker and so up to twelve billion dollars is a signal to the pharmaceutical manufacturers that there's going to be a big demand and there's financing for it and the countries will be looking for safe vaccine, and so it fills that void that would otherwise be there. Now this is let me try in analogy on you I. Hope it's not crass. It's a bit like when people are bidding on a new home people with cash in hand might find their bid more likely to be accepted. The world. Bank is trying to give countries the money to be able to be taken seriously when it comes to getting their dibs in for these vaccines. That's right to be cleared. The financing wouldn't move to the country until David established what it is they want to buy from whom countries will be explaining and thinking through the actual vaccination program that they're going to. have that might involve refrigeration for example, but unless there's some credibility in the money available to them, then the manufacturers might not think that audience is as important as somebody in an advanced economy almost tugging in the other direction. Though is this challenge of what some call vaccine nationalism richer countries will serve their own populations. I especially countries that invested the creation of the vaccines. Yet as you point out while different way of saying what you just said is the public health experts keep telling us that no one is really safe from Corona virus unless everyone everywhere is safe. I think there's going to have you know different parts of that point that you're making in India they have very good manufacturing capabilities and China also has capabilities and Europe and North America. Japan. have capabilities and so some large parts of the global population will to an extent be able to take care of people in their countries and then have some leftover. That's what we're trying. To seek where the market buying capacity I think it won't take that big price to get manufacturers to say, yeah, we can make extra and if it goes to a good cause were for it David. mopus. Is President of the World Bank. You may also remember him as former undersecretary of the Treasury for International Affairs earlier in the trump administration. Thank you very much. Thank you David. If, we get a Keranovic virus vaccine that works another Manhattan project is indeed getting it to people. Distribution involves these colossal logistical ethical issues which recovering on the marketplace morning report. From multiple angles, we're calling our coverage fast track the grand challenge vaccinating the world against covid nineteen marketplace. Dot Org has a link. If you're interested in our other coverage on.

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"people distribution" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Human testing of one of the covid vaccines has been partially halted until some questions from regulators can be answered stock in Novi Pharmaceuticals fell twenty eight percent yesterday another five percent in pre-market trading now. If we get a vaccine that safely works another vast project is getting it to people. Distribution involves colossal logistical and fairness issues which recovering here from multiple angles now to the string of super cold refrigerators that may be needed Thomas. Tiger is CEO of direct relief and accredited distributor of medicines and other medical goods. It's a California based nonprofit with a focus on getting care to people who can least afford it. Thank you for. Joining US thank you. David my pleasure. So we'll see what vaccines get approved but a couple of the leading candidates require special handling and distribution, and you do this sort of thing yet direct relief is a nonprofit. That is accredited as a drug distributor in all fifty states. So we among the things we do throughout the country is handle prescription medications that we provide at no charge including vaccines and insulin and other. Therapies that require cold storage and transportation you might be tempted to say, let's just go out in front of some college dorms at the end of the semester and collect some old dorm fridges. This is not gonNA work necessarily for the early vaccines. A couple of the leading candidates there at a lower than typical temperature storage sort of the guidance that's been provided and although vaccines are relatively straightforward how to handle them how to store them. It's usually within a temperature range of two to eight degrees. Celsius when you're looking at other products, vaccines require minus seventy degrees, Celsius. That's a a different type of storage different equipments involved in the temperature range is important to maintain. Pursue to whatever the manufacturers say. So that's certainly adding to the complexity and the fact that it's a new disease that we're trying to address with a vaccine that doesn't yet exist at a temperature range that's outside the norm in a lot of variables that increase the the degree of difficulty involved. So someone's GonNa have to find and then pay for some kind of refrigeration depending on what the requirements are in the end. The ultra cool vaccine. Platform for handling the volume that's anticipated for three, hundred, thirty plus million people. But you know there's a recognition that what needs to be place. For, which scenario at what timeframe and I think a lot of a dozen volve the cold chain capacity of the country broadly but then specific locations so that the coverage is universal, which is ultimately the plan. Are you confident that the federal government is in fact doing the planning right now or are you issuing a call for greater attention to this? The material that's been issued by the federal government is very good. Strategy is clear. The components are well outlined, but you know someone has to do the work the best laid plans Can Be terrific plans but they have to be executed well and I think are are focused on how material gets to the people because the science can be good but it is no values that doesn't hopefully get to the people in appropriate safe secure way. Thomas tag is President CEO of Direct Relief, a nonprofit distributor of medical supplies and medicines. Thank you so much I pleasure. David. Thank you very much. The shipper ups is setting up to freezer farms near distribution hubs in Kentucky, and in the Netherlands just for this purpose pop over to marketplace dot org for more in our series fast track the grand challenge of vaccinating the world against covid nineteen. Our producers are Meredith Garretson Candice Monry. Case Ren Stephen. Ryan Daniel Shin and Erica Soederstroem. I'm David Brancaccio. This is marketplace morning report. From APM American public media. So often these days high quality journalism is locked behind a paywall not mark place. We bring you trustworthy objective news and information that's available to everyone regardless of their ability to pay. But your support is what keeps it open to all donate today at marketplace dot org to help us hit our hundred thousand dollar goal by October the first and thank you for giving..

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"people distribution" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Zillion a new podcast for kids from marketplace and brains on. We talking about money can be tough, which is why we're here to answer all the weird and awkward questions that you and your kids have about money and don't worry. We keep it fun. Listen to million bazillion show that helps dollars make more sense subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. If, we get a corona virus vaccine that safe and that works the Second Manhattan project is getting it to people. Distribution involves colossal logistical and fairness issues which recovering from multiple angles. Today the notion of the right co- vaccine Larry Brilliant is an epidemiologist who's on the team that erotic aided smallpox in south Asia and the world. He's founder and CEO of defense. Advisory The vaccine that we want is one that can be used in the most remote places. By anybody you don't want to have to have a vaccine injector gun that needs Trysofi you wanted to have a very long period of immunity. Not, just because that's what you want for the person, but you wanna be able to have a program that lasts three or four years that doesn't have to require visiting somebody again. So vaccine that requires two doses a month apart a booster year. Later, that doesn't qualify and most of the early candidate vaccines do require that and probably most important you can't require cold chain especially storage at minus eighty degrees. Two of the leading candidates do and hope to get into the villages in the remote corner of Zimbabwe or Bihar those begin to be a new set of criteria for a vaccine that will help us just throw this. Virus into the dust bin of history. Let me understand this better. This cold chain you're saying that some of the early vaccine candidates they're showing promise have to be kept not just in a fridge but colder than that until they get to the place where someone's going to get a shot. That's right many of the techniques that are being used are novel. Some of the other combinations we've never had before and they are inherently unstable and they will destroy themselves in a way at higher temperatures. So they have to be stored at very cold temperatures just imagine the kind of refrigeration vehicle you need to have in order to keep quantities of vaccine cold twitter adds a level of complexity that makes it almost disqualifies it as being a vaccine that will allow us to work in two hundred and twenty countries and meet the needs of getting to the most remote places. I mean, there's that expression. The perfect is the enemy of the good will. It help that what you regard as a safe but imperfect vaccine does it help if that does get out into people in the early phases of our vaccine response until we can get the more sophisticated vaccines online? Absolutely I don't want to disqualify the early vaccines because they're not perfect. No we need to vaccinate six billion people the highest percentage of them we'll be vaccinated with. Vaccines. And I don't mean on safe I just mean they will have perhaps a lower. Efficacy, and we're glad to have them. But there's nothing unusual about this David. Most people listening to this got the early shingles vaccine. We're very happy to get it. It provided a great deal of immunity but not enough and when the newer one, the more modern one came up, that gave a higher degree of immunity they got that to such is the nature of innovation. Epidemiologist Larry Brilliant to see o of Pan. Defense. Advisory Thank you very much for your time, David. It's always good to talk to you. Thank you for having me. Behar's in northern India by the way conversations in our series fast track the grand challenge vaccinating the world against Covid nineteen are accumulating at Marketplace Dot Org I'm David Brancaccio. This is the marketplace morning report. From APM American public media..

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"people distribution" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"people distribution" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Along the lakefront 78 degrees in Lansing, 83 degrees In Joliet, a vigil held today for sincere guest on he's the one year old who was killed in a drive by shooting over the weekend in the angle would neighborhood Thomas Guest on the boy's father spoke to dozens of people who gathered to pay their respects. I never in a 1,000,000 years. Chicago police say they believe the boy's father was the target of the attacks. At this point. Nobody has been arrested in the case. There's a $14,000 reward being offered for information leading to a conviction. The city of Chicago saw double digit spike in crime numbers. In the month of June, the Chicago Police Department reporting a 34% increase in the number of murders over the same period last year. There were also 45% more shootings. Police Superintendent David Brown. Talking with WG ends, Pete McMurray says things will change. We all ready to move the needle. We are not accepting this level of violence. The second half of the year is gonna feel different cause I efforts are going to be significantly higher than they've been in the previous six months. Despite the spike in violent crime in June, police say there was actually a 9% drop off in overall crime. For the 1st 6 months of 2020 Illinois casinos had been shut down due to Corona virus since March 16th. They reopen today, with new health guidelines in place there are limited there are limits to capacity masks are required. There will be social distancing measures between machines and sanitation stations spread out throughout the casino's buffet, food poker rooms, table game tournaments, and valet parking will not be permitted until further notice. Covert tracking project Report. States have confirmed more than 50,000 new cases of covert 19 for the first time during the pandemic, the national positivity right right now over 7%. Hospitalization rates are at their highest levels since late May. The Illinois Department of Public Health today announcing 828 new confirmed cases of Corona virus in Illinois, including 30 additional confirmed deaths. There is a worldwide race to find a vaccine to fight the Corona virus more than a dozen potential vaccines right now in the human trial stage. A bee sees Eva Pilgrim reports on the progress today New hope in the urgent race for Corona virus vaccine visor announcing promising results from early trials. The World Health Organization's latest report shows 17 potential vaccines in human trials 132 in pre clinical phases. The front runners, according to the W. H O Oxford, AstraZeneca in the UK, Cancino in China and Moderna here in the U. S. Well after long resisting wearing a mask in public President Donald Trump says he thinks it makes him look like the Lone Ranger and he likes it. Trump telling Fox business Wednesday that he's all for masks. Trump's comments coming a day after Republican lawmakers suggested he should wear a mask in public to set a good example for Americans. Cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle on county officials, speaking this afternoon about a new outreach strategy for Cook County's 2020 cents is during the Corona virus pandemic. Our digital efforts are enhanced, recognized the importance of maintaining community level visibility, and we're doing this with lawn signs distributing informational inserts and newspapers and community food pantries. Sharing flyers at people distribution sites. He's still haven't completed your census. You have until October 31st some people pine for good ale. Now some think you need a ll for good pine. ABC is Michelle Franzen reports, one of the world's most famous brews may make for some happy tree's been called a Meal in a glass and a study by the University of Wisconsin. Yep, suggested drinking a pint of Guinness stout maven offers some health benefits have consumed in moderation. Now the maker of the Dark brew has found a new use. For all those unused tags that piled up during the pandemic. It seems trees like it to the company says it's using Guinness fertilized Christmas trees, sending the unused kegs across Ireland. The nutrients giving nature a.

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"people distribution" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

09:49 min | 9 months ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Publish are can be censored we also have a pretty good example of. What's the downside of that system? I mean this whole idea that China about his time is ridiculous. The Corona virus in starting in November. And the it was acknowledged until late January. So we're talking a multi months when that was really the only chance to stop it. I mean there was no by the time we got the. Us US screwed is coming in from all from Europe from from China from everywhere. That's not to defend the US response by any means. Obviously it's been woefully deficient but we see the problem of limiting sort of emerging information of of having a centralized authority decide what is or isn't able to publish and so if the choice is complete central lockdown or let a thousand dollars we'll even though a lot of them are rotten. Look I mean. Let's let's stipulate the Internet exists. It's very hard to shut it down. It's also different than running platforms in profiting from platforms. That are built on this Where people I think do have responsibility? But let's let's leave that aside for a second. 'cause I wanna go to your second piece which is a response to the first piece you put called defining information and if I can sum up that'd be something you can. You can argue with me about it. Look there's there's good stuff there's bad stuff and over time as news events become more important and more people need to know about them. You will get worse information from the Internet Am I. Am I something that one up correctly? Yeah I think so I. This was something that sort of struck me after I published that previous peace. Which was that sort of the information on? Twitter devolved rapidly in quality. And yes. That's sort of a gut feeling right. You're not measuring that. All these are feeling a regret. I have on the first piece. I sort of like a normal distribution and to me that was just illustrative. I didn't mean who's actually an older bell curve with. Good information about of information on each side right exactly exactly in part of it was probably just ate this signal to noise ratio. Got Wildly out of whack. I mean you you went from having very few people who cared intensely about this talking about it to basically everyone talking about it who just found out about it and we're passing on whatever information Russell in the end it was. It was very different. I think I made mistakes in sort of navigating this over the last week and I think that that makes sense there. There's this I you go back to things like the election. For example you know there was tremendous incentives to push misinformation in that scenario. Obviously the stakes are high. There's a lot of people paying attention to it. The the you know whether be four and operators or partisan operators their money. Yeah and that's that's a big one to like a lot of people just want to make money and the West Way to do. It is to tap into something. That's that's going on right now. 'cause it struck me that this idea of the the edges the edges are more valuable. The sort of the less attention is being paid to them and this virus has been a great example of that where the edges were really really valuable and now once were in in the mouth storm the edges are much harder to get a good ratio and the amount of misinformation is really skyrocketing. So you could get if you knew where to look. You're tuned in and especially if you knew how to interpret some of this stuff you can get very good information about about the virus in the first several months of until really the last month or so and now the argument is now just flooded with all kinds of crap that is either well-meaning or it there's Valentine doesn't matter It's just much harder to navigate last week. Honestly I mean there was. You know it's it's easy to almost lose our sense of time in in the way this has this has shifted. But but yeah. I mean really. Since wins last Wednesday night win the NBA was cancelled. And Tommy Scott. It and you see like everything changed and that included. I think the quality information that was online. Yeah it was really marveling night. I taped the podcast. Brian Windhorst from ESPN at three o'clock Wednesday and he was proposing it'd be suggesting the NBA might eventually have to shutdown. And I think within six hours it was went from like being a thing that was hard to imagine to a thing that was reality that quickly. It's one of those things where the is very hard for everyone. I put myself in this to sort of Wyk. Accept the reality of this. And it's hard to wrap your mind run. Exponential growth is hard to believe that that this could happen that we could be in a situation where basically the world's economy is shut down and started grappa within your tab. Did reach too familiar stories. Familiar ways familiar structures and as an s going to be very interesting as many things are permanently changed as a result of this. And I do think there's a similar. We'll get to that we'll get we'll get to that. I can take it over to. Hey I think a similar point though about this idea of of the Internet and of the flow of information and everyone being publisher. It's hard to accept. I think that this is the reality. Yes we could have someone else could have started a facebook like pot forum. There was going to be a facebook light. What else could it started a different search engine? There is going to be a search engine and yes on the edges on the margins or might have been different choices made along the way but this idea that anyone would be out there and how the ability to publish this idea that there would be massive incentives for bad actors to publish and also this idea that there is real value. And to your point. Yes the Tokens had a point. They missed the downside. I would say the DYSTOPIA have a point. But they're missing the upside and the reality is it is what it is and the best thing we can do is sort of figure out how to manage that going forward. I have a piece that I have not ridden because I'm not sure that I WANNA ride it. But toying with my head. Maybe we can talk it out here. Do you think the media when I mean media. I mean the conventional media like the old gatekeepers New York Times of the world. The Rico's at the world do you think that in an alternate universe? We were wind things back and they had the ability to be more alarmist to say. This is a really bad thing. This is going to keep people shut in for weeks. It's GonNa stop the economy That they should have done that or do you think they should have. Had the sort of cautious reserved. They still even have today where they won't. They'll they'll run a piece about angle miracle say up to seventy percent of Germans might get this but they won't put that in the headline And you the information is all there but you have to sort of dig in and it's couched and there's a lot to be sure. Do you think the media should have tilted more towards? This is really bad get ready. It's a really interesting question. I would say first and foremost The New York Times the particulars coverage of this has been phenomenal. I actually think both the New York Times. The Wall Street Journal were in China from the very beginning and I wanted to call that out in and again my piece was not an anti media piece. It was a I in is. It's interesting orders of unit rate or finding interesting. It's interesting that the media took it that way that's all that's that's all reality. Is I think the media went wrong. They did was the gleeful approach. With which a lot of me members attacked people twitter. That were worried about this. I think that was a really unfortunate approach and look at the same time. I'm very sympathetic. To the fact they weren't ready to scare pieces because one no one was and I put myself in this camp. I started writing about this virus in January. I I've covered it pretty regularly and I didn't raise the alarm to the extent. In retrospect I wish I would have and it just is hard. It's hard to go out on a whim like that based on nothing but math and I'll one person publication with you know really way more potential upside if I had done that. Then what else didn't have the sort of intestinal fortitude to do? So I'm not going to sit here and say that a larger mutation with far more at risk was wrong to have done so i. I'm actually pretty sympathetic to that and I will. I would applaud their coverage. I think it was great and I think in the future. Maybe lay off the people on twitter because sometimes the right and and yeah sometimes it takes two so that it all it. All well documented that can run in both directions. Yes I think. The assholes and good people distribution probably looks the same as your charts. Alex I'll grant you people on the edges are probably more likely to be assholes. There probably is something to that and look somebody best friends are assholes pretty well any any other words of advice for us as you're in Taiwan which which seems a much safer than it does in New York or Florida or Washington or California right now. I mean I think it will pass. I mean I. That's not that's not any covered to people who get sick or people who who die but you know I think the in any situation like this. There's going to reach a point where basically everyone is completely bearish and everyone zooms that. It's going to be terrible forever. And that's probably you know when we've we've sort of hit the bottom as far as crisis goes and be kind. I think your your your point is a good one like something that I've been thinking about really over. The last twenty four hours is like we're all in this together. The last thing we need is to fight about this and I would. Just say yeah. This wasn't an attack. I want to double down wasn't attack on the media. I value the media. Rely on the media like without the media. What would not be possible. And I think that that grace can sorta run in both directions. Like what's all except where we're at and then try to see the best in each other and help each other and you know folks aren't weaknesses you know. Let's let's we'RE WE'RE OUGHTA turns out we're on the Glass House right now as probably the biggest takeaway. I'm GonNa take that take away. I'm GONNA take be kind to each other. Ben Take Care of yourself be safe and we will talk either in better. Times are worse times or or something like this again at some point. Sounds good beater. I'll tell us. Badgers have to stick together and care. See by Irish rain failed. 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"people distribution" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

11:38 min | 9 months ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"He has spent the last twenty five years solving problems and significantly increasing the bottom lines of over ten thousand clients in more than four hundred industries worldwide and he studied in solved almost every kind of sales marketing and competitive edge. Question Problem Challenge and opportunity. Both it wasn't a giveaway with Abraham Group. It is now my guest today the one and only Jay Abraham J. Welcome back the conscious millionaire. Ab Thank you. What a nice nice introduction. I am flattered. Thank you well. It took me a year to write that You know I had to. I didn't slow it. That's Great Jay is going to be on the show. It's gotta be precise because you are the king of precision. It's something I love about you. It's just a genius to watch and it's a lot of fun you know you are a man who's on a mission to make a difference. You really do care about people. It's a totally different world. When you walk into yours. It was my privilege to just a few weeks ago. Be With you and your office. What's that positive? Impact or transformation. You're helping your customers achieve. Well I mean I I think it's It's it's it's multi-faceted. Jv On the one hand. I have a empathic respect for any entrepreneur. Who dedicates his or her life. Their passion most precious part of their day. Their hopes their dream their economic expectation their future to their enterprise and I'm dedicated to helping them get the very most. The Enterprise has the capacity to give them by first giving the most. The Enterprise has the capacity to contribute to their marketplace. I don't think many of them really understand how that is really possible. Excuse me nitrile to help them. Number one that Redo I've been blessed. I've done as very eloquently. Shared involved in really a plethora of different business endeavors scenarios activities industries niches. And I've been able to gain understanding. How much more is possible from time? Effort Action Investment Interaction Access. People distribution channels. And so I'm on a mission crusade. Del Bhadra Noor's uncover all their underperforming opportunities all their hidden assets all their underutilized relationships all their untapped Possibilities all the revenue activities. They're engaged in. That are not living up to potential yield impact profitability. They could. I've been doing that for a long time. You know what you're you're a man who has a lot of joy right now. You're coming from home so we want to tell people that your lovely wife is about to come home and the dogs dogs are going to bark like Lindsay Lindsay. Okay but folks. This is called podcasting. This is called being live with a situation. Where what is it out of all the marketing you do all the books and all the programs and you know I listen to you and I steady you. What is it that brings you the most joy out of all this? It's a selfish answer. There's a benevolent answer. Which would you like? I like the selfish one. Let's go with that. You know I I WANNA say folks. It's okay to be self interested. Yes I think. Mutual self interest is the greatest motivator in life. I've only but I am obsessed with learning discovery. Inveterate curiosity seeker so. I get off on discovering that which I have your two for not been exposed to whether it's seeing business. Correlations learning about businesses different models different industries different thought processes ideologies. All that stuff just turns me on rocks my intellectual boat separately from benevolence. Damn quite I love to see entrepreneurs recognize how they can become preeminent how they can transform a contribution to the market how they can make a business perform many times better how they go from beleaguered struggling stout stagnant and then basically start spectacular growth and profitability and watch how the right ones utilized ad for enrichment of their quality of lives their contribution in life. It's I mean it's all it's not a theater in terms of mockery but it's a theater in terms of observation to me. If that makes sense absolutely I want to turn folks because you might have tuned in because we made a big fat claiming the title the unlimited business checkbook. Tell me what you mean by that because a lot of people would make that kind of claim it's just fluff with you. It's endless layers. Precision already know that but what is the unlimited business checkbook. Well if you look at most small medium businesses and you ask them if they could have anything else to make that business more profitable successful enriching. They'd all say some answer that had to do either capital resources or technology or some high intangible tangible asset that they feel limited by they don't have enough money they don't have enough gaudy people they don't have the expertise in our the technology they don't have the the marketing or the advertising reach capacity funding prowess. And what I'm saying is whatever you might think not just singularly but multiple facets that are limitations to no longer ever again have to be because someone else possesses that acid that research that skill set that ability that that Capability me to do is figure out how to benefit them enough that they will make that available to you and then convert it to a share of profits or shared savings and you have infinite capacity to overcome any limitation. You might think you ever had so. Let's get down and into a real world examples of how to do this so you know I get the concept you may be listening and you might have just gotten overwhelmed said well. That's a long list and I don't really know how to do that. It might make sense in your mind. But let's take Someone threw a precise set of steps to accomplish that relationship that they need to build because part of this relationships and then part of it is how do you deploy the asset when you in some way have access to it okay? Well it doesn't matter what size type or scope of business. You run can be anything if I thing you say is okay what it. What do you feel is limiting your growth success profitability or greater prosperity? Make a list make a list. What's the first thing woods? The second what's third and then if you had that how would you use it so make a list of that once you do that? Jamie then say okay. If I had that I would do such and such and ask. Who HAS THAT? Who might be willing to make that available to me to? Arnos or apply or add to my business and if they did how can? I compensate them on results performance profitability instead of paying money. I don't have the thing I've found long ago. There's always somebody out there who has excess surplus underutilized capacity and I'll give you a more tangible example to make it come alive or K. Great. So let's go with that okay so a couple of years ago. I was doing assemblies to a lot of seminars. In China I was doing one Headq- in a time in a young man came to the MIC through translation. Ask a very heartfelt question he said Jay. What do you do? If you're businesses too small in the bank will send you money to grow and through translates night said well. If you could get the money what would you do that? He said I'm a small local motorcycle manufacturer local only in China and they have a one hundred million population in a city. Can you be a local motorcycle manufacturer? He said if I had the money I'd go all over Asia. I'd open my ad. I would hire sales. People would get distributors. I would create retailers and I would have motorcycle dealerships all over Asia. I said Okay but our stand the problem he said. I told you they won't give you the money. You don't need the money you need what I call the capital equivalent. Somebody out there has what you need and they. It's a problem for them that you could sell. They just don't know it. I said go all over Asia. Find somebody in a complementary not competitive deal whose large as a big factory has under utilization already has sailed Bution retail wholesale. All that stuff and make a deal with the mets all. I told him to what did it and I left. But a year and a half I came back in. The young man came again to the mic in this is smiling like the Cheshire Cat through translation. He said Jay. I did what you said. I said I remember what was he told me I said well. What did you do said? I went to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. I found the largest lawnmower manufacturer. In all of age they had huge factory with very great under utilization and their second shift. We made a deal that they provided the people the factory the equipment I had to provide the tools and dies which is the format formation equipment to mold enfold all the metal and parts. I had to train them. They had salespeople they had. Distributors had offices in every country in the thousands of motorcycle skimming law dealers in less than a year through this relationship. Sides made net net profit of over ten million dollars in year. One that's an idea Carnival crews who. Everybody knows. Well Ray here should. It's one of the largest worldwide cruise lines a own. I think eight different brands when the man started he had one very feeble second rate us a cruise ship. It could not even afford truthful. That is because I knew the man that which is marketing director. Then he couldn't afford a paint both sides so he had to bring the painted side in always so it looked like at.

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"people distribution" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"people distribution" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"There's. Mccain story. Stories exaggeration. I just I got nothing this morning for his tweets that when it comes. So he's saying that the navy is now wait. I'm trying to understand that particular tweet those he's saying that the navy basically he's alleged say. Oh, that's all fake news. About the McCain thing. Okay. But the navy is has his back on, okay? Controls the navy is highly relevant. But also, I think the navy's tweet about it. Said this the way that they said it was no that didn't happen, because we love and respect. John McCain, you know what I mean? He didn't mention that part like, but they're tweet was very, very like we would never do that. Because of our adoration mcdan-. Yeah. So right mock the story stories for you. Husband's big Georgia fan. Right. Indeed goes to the games he tries to go to as many as he can. Well, good news for him, according to Sports Illustrated, Georgia will limit alcohol sales at Sanford stadium. This fall. Oh my God. However, it's going to cost him twenty five grand. What? Athletic director. Greg mcgarity told dog nation on Wednesday. The university will sell beer, and wine and specific spots in the stadiums club level, members of the universities McGill society who donate twenty five thousand dollars sociation over five years. We'll be able to purchase alcohol in the premium seating area. Why can't do it the old fashioned way? Like we just sneak a flask end. Yeah. That's what he'll do. That's what we did back in the day, this is what we did in college. Yeah. That's what you do pay twenty-five. How about you bite me? The people who actually went to school at the schools, SEC schools, I went to Tennessee. That's they know what's up. Crave booze to put up twenty five grand thing. I mean, are you just a giant alcoholic? I'm gonna pay twenty five grand mean Georgia, I mean saying, yeah, Oklahoma is fine as long as you're rich. What is that? Guys, walk in. And they sit down and see through high pay twenty five to be able to drink this Budweiser look at me. I'm so much better than you at this can of beer they get free beer. Guarding Tony twenty-five Greer, not like you can't afford it. Well, that's true. That's so dumb. I mean in fairness, so your husband I've seen a lot of pictures of him. He has spent probably twenty five grand on the various Georgia pants. It's been quite the his entire wardrobe is Georgia, it is he wears nothing but Georgia stuff. Almost that's accurate. He's like Ernest never that they once went into Ernest closet, and it was all the same clothes. That's Ron all the same. He Georgia he has like the pants that are black little bulldog. He's back guy. He also has those in red. Remember, Ron Paul. Yeah. Back in the news that he thinks the government's trying to kill Julian Assange, take listen. What if what would it be the ramifications if everything they said is, is is toned a little bit? And he's much sicker than even that he has a he has a terminal disease, or something happens to them. You know, good or better. However any dies in this prison. I mean how how on the surface would we whole lot different than the North Koreans? You know on the surface in the way we can handle things by. We're supposed to be setting a standard for Justice if people, you know aren't guilt in till proven guilty until proven guilty. When you think about some of the manipulations in the court system, you know, on the on this like previous are, you know, sixteen election. You think those individuals who were on the on the short end of that say, hey, you know, this, not right to charge people. You know, without even a conviction in yet. Here we have people in this administration saying they're anxious fighting inducted hearing today on Westminister court is for us to get priority to get him back here. I can listen to him talk all day. That was kind of excruciating. Okay question rod, because, you know, better than I do not know that ran his son is a, an MD. He's dr. What is what is ramp? House background this. He I'm sorry. Ron Paul's background OB isn't it? He was a doctor to. Okay. That's okay. So he was he was also an MD. Yes. Okay. I'm just because that's why I just wanted to know his background because when he's talking about this knee speaking to this whole illness thing, you know, he's speaking from a background of having an an MD. Well. He doesn't know what he's talking about. Well, I mean, he listened, he doesn't know he doesn't know for sure that the government's trying to kill him. Okay. But he but he does speak from a met. He has a medical background. That's why I was just asking that question. I wanted to make sure we all understood. But I mean he doesn't know anything he is. He trying to suggest that the United States is poisoning Assange kill him. To kill him. They wanna give back over here to kill him, which is what I've said. Suggesting that the United States is doing. We don't have him trying to get him back. That's what we're doing. He sick very sick here. Probably trying to kill him too. Oh my God. Rob. That's the thing we don't even have possession of this guy. How come what are we doing doing it by like, you know? Some sort of Jedi mind melt. Interesting story from reason dot com. You both parents of young kids, we are young moms. We're so young Maryland's highest court will soon decide whether a sixteen year old girl face child pornography charges for taking video performing a sex act, and sending it to a few close friends we, she's being charged with child porn video max, and she sent it to people. She video of yourself having relations with a boy performed consensual oral sex on unidentified male. Okay. And it's because of the distribution of it that she's been. She has been charged. The special court of appeals upheld the conviction of this girl ruling that the consensual nature of the second sex in question was relevant, as was the fact that it was not illegal to perform the sex act taking video of the act, sending it to other people distribution of child pornography. Wow. That is really interesting. Probably like, but it's me though, it's my tape, and it's me, I'm fine with it. But she is only sixteen so maybe just stop being a skunk. Yeah, I gotta say, I mean, this is like a huge parenting fail to just I don't. What, what sort of mock, your son's older than Daisy's daughter? But what sort of conversations do you have with them all of them? We have all the conversations. I mean, very, very open with our boy about sex and all girls and all of it and the phones because he has the phone, right? He has phone and he knows that it's one hundred percent monitored every time all the time all the time. Yeah. Everything is monitored. I mean even at such a young age. Everything is monitored there is nothing private in our house. There will never be anything private ever until you are out of the house and paying your bills. Every you are stocked in my house. You are stopped and monitored and spied on. And if anybody has a problem with that. I don't care the, my daughter will be watched from the time my mouth until the time, she leaves, my house, and I don't. And that is for her safety, Pete Rose. Right sports. Yeah. That's the one he got busted for gambling. I didn't know him. I'm sorry. He was the all time hit king mock. Got the most hits in baseball history. Okay baseball. Yeah. But he's super talented, didn't he got busted for gambling, and then didn't they like keep them out of the sport, which is kind of a shame right? He's out forever you gamble on the baseball that sucks because he was really good at baseball. So he was gambling on baseball would have been gambling on something else would it have been? Okay. Yes. Gable on the baseball on your own sport. I don't know. I just think you kinda sucks player federal prison for tax issues. And also stop really good player anyway. He's got a new book out. And this book is called play hungry the making of a. Baseball players June the fourth. One particular story in this book that I figured it would be a great way to wrap up, our speed round in nineteen sixty seven he went to Vietnam with Joe DiMaggio troop rally, sort of thing. He was married to Marilyn Monroe clipper, one of the baseball players Joe DiMaggio. And because of Simon and Garfunkel, oh, Bill. That makes perfect sense. Yes. Baseball players. That's the reference. So there on this trip going to see the troops and they've got to take a shower. So they're taking a shower together. And it turns out Joe Maggio was very well in doubt. Yeah. And now a mystery saw the quote from the book so Joe dimaggio's nickname was the key clipper, because he was very fast. He could run. Well, that's sort of stuff. Yeah. From the book he then took a good, look and said, quote, Yankee clipper, Joe tamasha was a penis with a man hanging from him. I felt sorry for Marilyn Monroe. Joe's response. That's not where it ends. That's where it bins. Oh my. Weekend. If you've got kids who are involved in sports activities, you know, they're growing bodies can take a beating my thirteen year old gets the occasional muscle, soreness aches, from playing lacrosse, and one of the best remedies has been our Royal spa hot tub. You just get in fire up the jets de-stress unwind and soak away the muscle aches. Plus, it's a great way to force conversations with your teenagers, and believe it or not summer. 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"people distribution" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"people distribution" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"First California Barents as democratic presidential candidate yesterday in downtown LA over. Spoke out on gun control, while addressing the deadly shooting synagogue in Powell he said that weapons designed for the battlefield should not be making their way into communities. He also spoke about climate change says the country needs to transition to renewable energy and to move away from fossil fuels. President Trump hit the campaign trail this weekend in the battleground state of Wisconsin, the president's visit here follows recent campaign swings by democratic presidential challengers, including senators Bernie Sanders and Amy klobuchar. Mr. Trump and narrowly won the state in two thousand sixteen now Democrats are hoping to make up lost ground here with next year's DNC Milwaukee. President Trump cast Democrats is out of touch radicals who want late term abortions open borders, a costly and invasive green new deal and a government takeover of health care. Steve Dorsey, CBS, news, Green Bay, Wisconsin. A new report finds the 2017 tax reform law benefited wealthier households in California, the least when compared to other states UC Berkeley, economists, Alan Auerbach, co-authored the study published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He tells KNX the main reason is because the law cap state and local tax deductions primarily an effect for people. Distribution like the top ten percent of people. It's not a an important consideration for lower and modest income people because these people weren't taking such a big big advantage of the state and local tax deduction to begin with. The report says if the law didn't have those caps, California and other blue state households would gain more wealth on average than red state households. A deadly collapses short a put a microscope on the safety of the dozens of construction cranes. The dot the the skyscraper of Seattle four people killed Saturday. When a construction crane Feltham building on Google's new Seattle campus at crash down onto cars on one of the city's busiest streets. Seattle has more cranes building office towers and apartment buildings than any other city in the United States right now. New data shows more than forty percent increase in the number of homeless people counted across Orange County compared to just two years ago. But officials tell us it's because the new count is more accurate much more accurate. They say there are almost seven thousand homeless people living in the county. Supervisor Lisa Butler tells KNX the good news is that more than twice as many homeless. People are in shelters now compared to two years ago short term basis, we we definitely need more shelter bed. But looking towards the long-term the ultimate solution for solving homelessness is permanent supportive housing with wraparound services. And that is our ultimate goal says the numbers will not change any strategies to help the homeless and new housing is planned in San Pedro that would help homeless and low income single moms the YWCA plans to build thirty five one and two bedroom units next to its main building on west ninth street. Is to empower women and eliminate racism, and we can't think of a better way to empower women than to provide housing for people who are sort of in trouble. YWCA board of directors president Julie Whitman where to tells KNX she can't think of how a family can be raised without stable housing and onsite daycare center will be included Whitman Huerto says there are still issues to be solved and plans to be developed. But the goal is to start construction within the next year. A report suggests giving families more help and training in caring for loved one that a quarter of the nation's family caregivers told the AARP. They live in fear of making a vital medical mistake with their loved ones. Country. It's a lot of people who are doing these things that typically only nurses did typically done institution. And now the expectation is you can do all of the AARP. Susan Reinhart says there are things you can do before leaving the hospital, including asking for home care, nurses, that isn't gonna be every day several times a day. But it could be a good way. To learn more about how to do it, especially in your own home advisor back. She says they even provide videos on their website on how to carry out certain treatments, including dressing, a wound. Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. A new study finds people who sit in the back seat of a car have a higher chance of getting killed or suffering. The series injury in a collision compared to people in the front seat. Now, that's sort of opposite of what we've always heard in the past the insurance institute for highway safety says it's because car makers have been focusing more on safety in those front seats. This is just an evolution. And we're now thinking about what about the passengers in the rear seat? And can we make that that rear-seat even safer than it currently is David hockey? President of the institute tells KNX there's nothing faulty with seat belts at the back. It says car carmakers just to make them with the same. Additional features that front seat belts out. Hockey says this is especially important now with more people using Uber and lift L police and federal agents all over southern and central California are on the lookout for groups of Chilean visitors who they say are using a hole in immigration law that come to this country and engage in the wholesale burglarizing of home, the arrest of three men of their twenties and Seaney valley last week was a tip off of what's happening over from Chile. LAPD Lieutenant Bob Toledo commanding officer north Hollywood. Detectives says the men were apparently using the electric system for travel thorny, which is a visa waiver program, which allows a person to be in the country for tourism business study your medical purposes for ninety days after getting approval of their home country. They come here and some. Have been really busy burglarizing homes, costing homeowners a lot I it can probably be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars based on all the locations have been hit. Toledo says police agencies in the FBI are working to try to identify multiple tourist cruise that might be here. They're also working with Chilean. Authorities to see if this to stop the crews from using the ECE program as a gateway to the US in north Hollywood Pete them, a trio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio in Downey on the five south on Cal trans doing some work. They have the three white lanes apparently closed off between Rosemead on the six. Oh, five hours..

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"people distribution" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"people distribution" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Hey, everybody. Welcome back. When Marty Katie k radio, and you know, we've been talking today about the shutdown. We talk a lot about TSA. We talk about the coast guard. We talk about Pelosi and Trump I I can't. Imagine being hungry. Imagine not having money for food, and in your federal employees, and you have a job, you can't believe it, and you can't get it. And you're still at work. Yeah. Completely agree. And that is where organizations like food pantries and other organizations come in. And I've been talking to the greater Pittsburgh community food Bank for the better part of a week now, and we want to bring in Tracy Weatherford Brown, Tracy, you there, I am thanks so much. You know, I'm so glad to talk to you. Because I love your your concept of being kind of like, a Costco for these other food pantries in the eleven counties that you service, but what you do. It's it's not always your regular people. This is a different clientele perhaps now. Yeah. Absolutely. You know, Wendy, we know that there are twenty thousand nearly federal employees are eleven county service area. If you look at the bottom corner of south, western Pennsylvania, twenty thousand that's not insignificant. And no folks are either being asked to work without pay or they're currently furloughed. Yeah. The food's just fallen in their lap. You've got to go get it. And how do they get it? Are they are they reluctant to come to you are they are they ashamed is their embarrassment or do you just nip all that right away and say come on? Let's go we really hope that south western Pennsylvania is a community of neighbors where we know that we are a community. And that means that we're here to help. And we're also in a place where we can ask for help. So our hope is truly that all those federal employees just reach out to us. These folks are your neighbors and the folks who are helping your neighbors as well. So we certainly hope that there's no shame in asking. We're we're doing a lot to mobilize. Both our member network. We've got three hundred sixty five agencies partners in programs that we work with work with across eleven counties in Pennsylvania, that's a lot. Absolutely. So there should be something near anyone either where they work or where they live. We're also doing some special. And we're gearing up, but we normally do. So in addition to working through our network, we hold p produce the people distributions tomorrow. We're holding to even though the governor has declared, right, right weather emergency. Gotta eat people have to eat. We'll be in mckeesport, and we'll also be on the north side. Tomorrow folks can also come on MLK day federal workers will be off on MLK day. We will be open here at our our distribution facility and Duquesne's, and we'll be distributing food from ten AM to two PM. We really want people to come and take what we're offering because. No. I don't think people understand that for many of these workers their future employment depends on their credit worthiness. So if they miss mortgage payment, if they miss a credit card payment, they could end up with no job. Hey, are you hearing anecdotally that they need help or they reaching out to you? Absolutely. We actually mobilized a response for the woman reached out to us via social media. The federal government has a a campaign that they run for their employees kind of like the United way, but just for employees of the federal government and many of their workers support our mission here in our community. And it was actually someone who was donor. That said, hey, you know, I support your mission. And now I need help. Wow. So talk to talk to us when he was mentioning you have a go fund me account is that unusual for you to try to raise cash. Oh, no. We raise about seventeen million dollars a year. We don't typically do that through go going. Okay. What we're doing with the gofundme the account if we wanted to make sure that that people had something that they could share. This is the time when we know people really want to be able to push their messaging around their own social media networks. So we established a quick go fund me account a love it. I love it and people are given to it. I love and so we should underscore particularly this weekend. You've got four upcoming distributions. You did Aliquippa today. Mckee's port and the north side tomorrow Butler coming up on the twenty second. And I also like this I distribution to the federal employees out at the at the airport on Tuesday at one, and that's huge. It is. Yeah, we we know that there are, you know, all the TSA workers that air traffic controllers, those guys and gals need to show up and do their jobs. They also need to to be able to take them to their fan. Right. What's the gofundme site? Absolutely. It's WWW dot go fund me dot com slash feed. Our SWAT a said feed our s w south western PA feds. I love it. You are a jam..

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"people distribution" Discussed on What's Good with Stretch and Bobbito

What's Good with Stretch and Bobbito

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"people distribution" Discussed on What's Good with Stretch and Bobbito

"Us. Man. If not who's portraying. Second. I I need that kind of confidence. That's. So I'm watching it. And I'm like oh word like the nuance. Which is so lovely to build up in the opening title sequence in on my word. Right. And then all of a sudden I see like thirty stretch him Bob Dole w k CR eighty nine point nine FM radio recordings like neatly stacked. And and I had a hardy guffaw. Iheart. I know nobody else is laughing. I'm like the only one that caught. It you got me on that. You know, whatever whatever you did too. If that was a play to authenticate, you know, who you are and your positioning in the nineties. Definitely it's been like, a stamp almost you know, for for touchstone. Yeah, we skating and with hip hop. It's important to do it correctly twenty years from now, I know I showed respect, and I did something that was important for me to do and people hate on everything in that's life, bro. But like I stand by what I did. Although jeez that have seen it in rap or skateboarding or like Cosi. They're just like, dude. Thanks. Yeah. And I'm not they don't want the kid from super bad making like the skateboarding and hip hop movie. And I get it. I get it. I would roll my eyes like so bad they'd rolled back in my head. And I see the back of my skull. But like, you know, like, I'm not an authority, I'm offense. So like for me to get to even chop it up with you guys means I made something worthy of talking to you guys. You know, so Whitman mid-nineties you'd a writer director. Music. Supervisor what pushback were you getting from the studio with a student who got people in marketing to happen. I have say you have people in sales say people distribution, you know, you have all these cooks chefs in the kitchen, right? Well, for me, I wanted to be writer director my whole life. I accidentally fell into this amazing sixteen year acting career work. So I just want to be right and director, and I took an acting class to learn how to talk to actors, and I was so insecure and teachers were never nice to me. They're like, you're such a great actor. I was like, okay. In sixteen years later. I'm making my first movie like I just went on like, the whatever filled the whole of insecurity. I went down that road. So with the studio, and she this movie is a lot easier. If I play some older in in the kitchen stranger things are the actors as opposed to real skateboarders. Right. So for me, I had been allowed because of my privilege to go. You'll not casting Disney actors, I'm casting skateboarders. I'm not gonna you know, I'm not I'm shooting on super sixteen. I'm shooting for by three. This is my vision for the film. And and I had people really protecting me. Eight twenty four is really dope can cow one of the producers Scott Rudin allow Bush the producer's like people had my back. But because I was willing to walk away. I had waited so long direct. If I did it. It was going to beat something that meant something to me. So for me, I was willing to walk away. If these got corrupted in any way, because a I'm going to get the she kicked of me by skateboarders and be shit kicked out of me by hip, hop heads and see I'm going to beat the shadow myself because I didn't respect myself. So I just fought for four years, and this is my heart along the filmmaking piece the other question, I had was you know, you've also acted in films directed by the Coen brothers Scorsese in all these you know, luminaries in the field. What departures did you take? What rules did you break and making. I'd nineties what what what were the moments where you like yo- f- the regulations of of the structure of house was make this film. Like, well, one thing was you guys know, especially in hip, hop to like, homophobic, language, misogyny. You know, how these kids speak to each other and about each other. I made a really conscious choice. I felt it was more fucked up to make a revisionist history than to show how ugly it was how people spoke to each other. So that's something again that I made a hard choice that like I even could have been like, wow, I don't even want to deal with this. But in my mind, it was more respectful to show how horrible it was how we spoke to one another and how people spoke at that time and treated women at that time. So for me, that's that's a choice that you know, if this was Atta major studio, they'd be like, yo leave that out. We don't even want invite that in and to me, the only people who have hated on it, it's because of that. But they don't understand that my point. Is showing it is the point showing it is as honest, and it's hard to watch. His it is is the point. I'm trying to make another thing is sexuality is currency. You know, the kid has his first sexual experience any shaking because he's nervous and he's not enjoying it. It's on about Joyce connection. He only smiles in his happy when you realize is it gets in props in his group of friends, and he raises up through the animal kingdom. Right. And so for me that, but that's real shit that like I had observed in had to unlearn it is, you know, hard to watch at times in people confuse an artist putting shit out. Honestly in a time period to them, supporting your knowledge that as as a well known actor, you have certain privilege, right? Like, you could pick any project just curious of if that invited a certain amount of scrutiny that was wearing. On you perhaps coming in as an actor. That's well known people have all sorts of conceptions about me kind of like a comedian. He's this kid. He's foul mouth, blah, blah, blah. And it's like, I get roll. Like, I totally get it. I could have done the same movie over and over. And I started do dramatic movies. People were hating on me for that. Then I get like success in that arena. And then I'm like, I'm going to be director. And now people are like no the fucking act. You're trying to be a director stand nearly. Geez. You know? And then I like make a movie that reflects a time period accurately in the people that hate or like, he'll get such delight out of these misogynistic scenes, and blah, blah, blah. And it's like, you know, I'm not gonna apologize for what I want to create who I am. I don't want more respect. I don't want less respect. I just want to be treated like an equal like I treat everybody else. Like an equal. You know? So let's let's go back to that opening scene where you see the image of more, Sean at the height. It's the it's the apex of the film. It's sorta force. Take assuming. Sunny is he's surreptitiously trying to get his fingers on his older brother's tapes. So I'm just wondering if there's an autobiographical aspect to to Sonny and his discovery of music and things that that will eventually become a huge part of his identity for sure I mean, the movies not like a bio pig. It's not like walked my walk the line where it's like me just making. It's like a story. I created in characters I created. But it's auto biographical in the sense only the sense of that it's personal like I connected to the loneliness of being that age in finding a group of people, right? And I cannot escape worrying and hip hop. And for me, the part that is personal is like, my older, brother. He he passed away in December. And he's a, you know, a miss him very much. But he I would go in his room to see what was up like that was your education before I found skateboarders. He showed me what was up like. Yeah. We just write down the CDs. He had I would write down the Jordan's that he had try and just take inventory of like what? Was up and it completely shaped. Because actually for me the first records, I got were from him. And it was right before farside and Jairo and souls of mischief and all that. So the kind of arty wrap it was more like native tongues east coast or he was super east coast like super super east goes like what was cool about skate culture for me. And when I got in that world it was right win souls initiative and Pharcyde came out in the west coast had arguer weirder shit. That was really big like when farside hit. It was like everything it was like things shifted for like young weirdos on the west coast. Nope. Saying like you felt like like that lady's OG he came in the premier and it was like, I'm fat lip. And I was like yo you're kind of OG talking about your feelings in rat. You know, like the for bizarre ride to like he kind of talks about being a nerd econo- talks about not getting girls, you kind of talks about like being made fun of. And then what's up that lip is like, I think a really oh, gee like vulnerable. He so vulnerable in that song. And I think that is now hip hop in a lot of ways like Drake a lot of the like soundcloud. It's like mad emo-. I think valley was kind of the I do to kind of go there and break that wall like on this shit pass me by is a I mean, that's just a massive record educate play that anywhere and people lose it ninety three 'til Infinity and passing me by to me represent my youth. Like, that's when I think about walking around listening to music skating around poorly. Not as a good skateboarder on athletic escape. Boarder. That's what I think about is those two songs, I think the most represent being fourteen skating in L, A dot com. You know, so because it's not your bio pic, but there are elements of your life that have represented in mid nineties. I mean, your brother's not with us anymore to have watched the premiere. But was there a conversation? Like, hey, like, people may see this film and connected to our relationship. Please be aware of that. Or, you know, did you share the script with them? Did he cosign it? You know, my brother may he rest in peace like my family. They're very supportive of me being an artist. Right. I said to them it's personal in the sense that I felt lonely in alone and needed to find connection outside of my house. Right. But that's not my brother. That's not my mom my dad, and there's no dad. There's no sister. Yeah. You know, my parents are married, right? So it's more just like characters I wanted to create things that I noticed about people growing up feelings about growing up. So it wasn't as delicate. I think they were more sad to see how I felt growing up. I think for them. It was it was hard to see that. I felt. Bad because they were just said, they don't want a kid to feel bad or whatever, you know. So, you know, the best version of ourselves, you, you, you pour your heart out, and you you know, you did that and you don't give a fuck as a human being. We're all human we all Vigo's or all sensitive, and you sometimes do that like with this film. It is very vulnerable to put it out into the world. Because man, it's like having sending my kid to school for the first time. He's going to get the shit kicked out of Viga pants like or is he gonna get is he gonna have a group of friends or people are going to support him. You know, it's like it's vulnerable in that way. But you know, what I wouldn't have it any other way after having done this. I realize if I'm lucky enough on to make things from my heart. And I I hope I get. So were you the type of kid that was I mean, we're you like a people pleaser like you were trying to make your parents think that you were happy adjusted Amal good yet being funny for me was definitely a mechanism of like, I'm okay, it was like. Don't be the shit out of me. I'm okay. You can't hurt me because I'm funding all hurt you in. There's a mean element to it defensive element to it. And these are things I want to explore further if I get to make more films, you know, because yet felt like shit, and I felt like I didn't deserve anything, and I beat myself up and other people, and then I became a well-known actor and people are like Lugar this clown from super bad, blah, blah, blah, blah. And you're like, I'm not complaining a privileged life. I'm a fucking white straight male movie star like I get it. People can hate on me all day, but I'm still a human being, and I still didn't have the value even the baseline value for myself because anytime I'd put myself out in the world people just kind of like make fun of me. And she ate I used to have to put myself down. Also like because that'd be like, yo if I don't put myself down, they're going to think I'm a jerk because I'm in movies. And then you go home, and you're like damn I feel how I just talked about myself. That's how actually how I feel and that's not good either. You know, it's just a baseline of like accepting a compliment being an adult and just like being cool with who you are knowing who you are. And when people say crazy shit about you or to you, you gotta try your best to just maintain that

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"people distribution" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Particularly good one so land people are probably more distributed over the united states currently than they were in leninist russia if that makes sense okay i just want to strike this criteria is invalid do the opposites so they almost subsidize in a way and i don't know i haven't seen the actual numbers but they seem to want people to live in pop population dense areas easier control i do that i think so but i i think this criteria is just invalid like it's not true they're not intentionally trying to spread people out but i don't know how that would benefit them either well we'd have to probably read marx to get his explanation that doesn't mean it's been some time for me okay so you guys going to rank as euro rank zero but but there's sort of a knoll would be my dash dash through the zero here i'm going to go along with you guys on this one gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country i mean that's that's also the in the state system basically has done what they're talking about now in the united states you have to have a car to get around there's a few cities that this isn't true but distribution of people distribution of people across the united states has become more vast as a result of the car.

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"people distribution" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"people distribution" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"On. That's so real. That is so real. That is usually one write that down and take it to heart like it will not last forever. That's a very right now thing to do. And that's exactly why you guys need to go to the training eofire.com slash Billy. So you can take advantage of this immediately like no joke. It's crazy how the big companies are. Finally, finally starting to wake up to it, and it's terrifying for people like us because guess what they've been spending millions of dollars on Super Bowl ads and every kind of TV commercials that nobody ever watches and all these things. And now that we take all that money and then be pouring into Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and guess what this is supply and demand thing. And so as the demand goes up and the supply goes down, the price goes way way way up. So this is a now thing. This is the two thousand eighteen. This is thousand nineteen thing because man, this is not going to be a twenty forty twenty fifty thing because. Eight, different ballgame. I who knows what we're gonna be looking at those days as far as anything, but I'm telling you this is a absolute right now things as give them a real life example. So that strategy I was just giving you guys about targeting the addresses of the people distribution. Here's the crazy thing. If you talked to me about that strategy year ago, you used to be able to type into Facebook people who work at Ellen. You can actually had it on their Facebook profile. You can literally to advertise people by, were they work at thing about scary. That is, you can do the coolest stuff every and it was super duper cheap. They took that feature away. And when they did, I had a whole bunch of commitments. I'm like, oh my gosh, ability took it away. That's not fair. It's like, dude, you don't control it. So when the opportunity is there, if you don't strike, you will lose and it will be more and more, I guess, difficult to stay relevant because things are changing so fast. So as an entrepreneur, you need to be investing into your education. You need to stay on top of this stuff because when an opportunity comes up. That you just don't know how long it's going to be around fire nation. You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with in. You've been hanging out with BG and j. l. d. today. So keep up the heat and Billy. It's always a pleasure as always a blast. I am so excited fired up on with our partnership. Moving forward here. It's going to be absolutely incredible for me for you and for all the fire nation, it's gonna be a great experience with think you for sharing your genius with fire nation today. For that brother, we salute you and we will catch you on the flip side, brother, letter, fire. Next, keep a genius show. Are I fire nation? Hope you enjoyed today's episode and thinking our only sponsor Billie Jean in just giving you that final call to action fire nation. I know you've heard it, but you know, you were probably running. You're doing something to listen to the end of the episode. So now is the time to press pause, whatever you're doing, head over to e, o fire dot com. Slash Billy. Join us on this free live master. Class on June thirteenth at ten AM Pacific one PM eastern time how to create ads that sell how to create ads that sell. Get that ROI. I'll catch there. You'll fire dot com. Slash Billy peace fire nation.

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"people distribution" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Stuff we had this this little space ten by ten booth and we were busy like the first day like we wrote odors at all we did we just the whole reason for being there went out the window was mainly from just not a awareness of the brand already knew you've already who we were and we just had like we just had our stuff set up and then we got to the first day in where like wow that was crazy is not even a second to like grab lunch or something here and in which kind of regrouped and was like gilman like we need me one damn distribute like we just got a bunch of new shops like tomorrow we really gotta go and like like not like we gotta me people distribution and it just so happened that the next booth to us was a ransom and uh the distributor that was handling ransom was was was uh sakyno which is like oh g like they did disu everyone from like stu see the till like undefeated like all these big brands ray and we just got small talking and he's like oh you're looking for distribution in it wasn't even on it was like a guy was dennis the hummy dennis on and we just started talking he introduced me to like the founder of sacking old who would just there for her and the ages that's as easy as it was like sakyno than i met claus in manning is like the owners of sakyno them we started talking they're like hey do you have distribution in london and unlike no like hey lemme lemme introduce you to like gimme five via and they are like.

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"people distribution" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yeah it's and is amazing you know um when think of all the things that happen that samsung apart from this of course we had the the better crisis last year to even the washing machine now problems as well samsung so shown of the just shrugging it off it is really kind amazing they don't seem to have that much maybe they don't really say that there is any real business wrist to this ongoing problem maybe i feel started being priced in and it's time to you know really by back into the stopper you're right they're shrugging off and really moving on an looking back at the call business of samsung having when the kansas in the polls coming to mention be that maybe a bit wasted and they in the galaxy essays in the site loss is not something that we should read and that is coming from consignment issues in the very tall all didn't keeping business isn't quite the same look i would be guessing that really if there is any no i would be anything to do with fed the drama are going on of the top in in the prosecutor's office it would be a product thing you know despite what are just saying about you know the strategic offices that are important the company you know divisions like the smartphone division run pretty autonomous lee in many ways they do what they need to do that got great engineered styles people distribution people to get a product out and started probably if anything in to be an abundance of course in a make sure the had don't have any technical problems like that deep about yeah let's see if seven know it that'd be more likely than any problems are they going in the league of i said monday and dowell the into another if you're expertise on about you on because in just a new in looking ivory may zero contentious they'll have to see because memory chip units and many unfold in his was waiting to doing that crown but you benign tenacity might be the right time to get rid of this yeah exactly you know i'm one of the many people if i do feel that it is a joel in the crown given the they've got this up this nucleus scandal that's going on it's really hurting that the financials we're going to have to take a loss on up in a guy fly column i right so you know in the last twenty four hours i do i do that the issue here for for tosh.

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"people distribution" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Make it center for more unauthorized immigration i maybe the wall stop all of it when up this but but the way everywhere i'm clear right cause i like to have the assumption that and adjusts foley which means is the if you don't make the assumption adjust fully then the policy me not makes sense right right i mean he said i don't i just it's like a devastating attacks o'brien going to matt it's it's like that's like a big question mark right like i don't again playing it would make sense in theory but it like how do you game that out the good play i don't like your turned estimate that aside you look at international example than later how do you is that seems like a really important quest that's very difficult to measure i mean i thought you know his accuracy played i think as an easy solve to this and you get here into the problem but say this cox was being proposed but a political party verrett thought as like up important conceptual matter poor people should not pay higher taxes and they do extend the new taxes right hurt anybody should hurt the reps it it's mechanically extremely easy to put in place attacks like best say okay we're doing this because it makes a much harder to evade the corporate whoa it's more efficient you know that there are reasons you want to do this but as we see what happens but to the extent of it varies a negative impact we're going to dial up various refundable tax credits a child packs credit on the yankee see you know they're a bunch of him out there and we will make people distribution away hole the problem is that is not the republican party spiro and so i think she tripping doesn't happen and what does ends up being is a shift impacts will burden.

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"people distribution" Discussed on Republic Of Avalon Radio

Republic Of Avalon Radio

08:23 min | 7 years ago

"people distribution" Discussed on Republic Of Avalon Radio

"You are with the roar ed so by and so is lillian she. She has her own mike. What do you think of that. I like it. It's it's pretty awesome. We dig it so this is part of <hes> something to look forward to in two thousand fourteen the ability for us to well. We could have done it before before. I suppose but it's much easier now. We've made a few changes here in the studio. One of which was the acquisition of this wonderful. The machine called the zoom h six. It's a multi track recorder hand held portable thing and it's just amazing. We're recording on that right now. <hes> <hes> that anything else the computers are all turned off. Everything's turned off here and we just have the h six the snow just breath getting it out there. Some more people hear it and that's where you folks can come in handy. Any of you guys have any ideas or ways to help us. Get this music out because it's it's not it's not the way it used to be the whole idea of the music so called industry and all that stuff has changed so much that it's really hard for artists like myself to get our stuff out there <hes> without playing the game and the game is isn't really geared toward that kind of thing that kind the creativity and whatever you know if it doesn't fit that <hes> cookie cutter whatever is being played whatever is is top forty music music these days <hes> and this isn't just me talking from a previous time this is actually you know. That's the way that the industry has gone and it's unfortunate. There's a lot of good music getting lost in the shuffle. So yeah anything you guys can do any ideas you might have. <hes> i thought a long time ago about maybe be having it would be interesting to have representatives. You know. Sometimes you have people who really want to support you. They really want to support your music and the message in your music and there's things that they can do <hes> for example if you have one in winnipeg and one in toronto and one in boston alan one in san francisco and <hes> whatever these guys can just for example you can you can distribute the cds adi's physical cds in in a few the record shops fewer the c._d. Stores or whatever the calling them and <hes> you can be he kind of like the root cellar person in that town were in that city in that area and <hes> when they sell out of cds. He's you're the one they call and you bring them down a few more and it's just an interesting way of getting out and meeting people and you're doing something in in an official capacity you would be <hes> a representative of root cellar productions in in that way in that capacity so you you get a chance to get into the record store and talk to the people talk to the manager of the record store and tell him about this music and <hes> anyway just an idea. It's it's an idea. It's a concept i had way way back when and we never really got it off the ground it would be interesting to see like a people's <hes> yeah a people's distribution that were likely yet. I think that is more effective because word of mouth is really you know that's an amazing form of promotion and and <hes> and it's just a matter of getting people to hear it you know if <hes> even people who have the album. Just let you know when people come over just letting them hear it or <hes> jeez. I don't know there's all kinds of ideas people could think of. I'm sure to just get it out because the more people hear it then they're going to buy it and then they're gonna let their friends here and i does it can take off you now slowly but surely the old <hes> you tell to friends and they tell to friends but <hes> how many monkeys typing blah blah and all that kind of stuff if to anyway that that's just a ninety tossed out out there off the top of my head. If anybody is interested in pursuing that it wouldn't be anything that would be done for free or or anything like that. There would have to be some kind of a commission so for whatever cds you sell. You get some kind of a plunk. You know that kind of thing but overall. It's just you know just something something for folks to do. In their spare time. It's nothing that anybody could just quit their job and whatever it would just be a few c._d.'s here and there you'd be helping out an artist. Thank you <hes> that you that you want to support somebody. You know somebody who has something to say. As far as you're concerned and yes that's just the way getting involved but there's all kinds of other ways and things to if people know of particular <hes> online radio stations or even terrestrial radio stations nations where they think this record.

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