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The Mystery of America's Current Labor Shortage

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 3 d ago

The Mystery of America's Current Labor Shortage

"There's a mystery out there, and you can help us solve it. Some of you have an idea of how we can answer this question together. I think I have a good idea of what is happening, but I don't have the complete picture. But I definitely know the problem, and we're going to talk about the problem together, and then we're going to figure out what exactly the main reason the driving reason is and then what I think their solution is going to be. Wall Street Journal writes this piece and it's exactly what we've been saying on our team because we're traveling the country and we saw the most bizarre thing yesterday. So The Wall Street Journal has the piece where did all the workers go? So we are in loudon county and we on our way to Vermont, and we asked ourselves the question we said, why are the Starbucks? And again, some people on our team love Starbucks, I know I'm going to get blown up by that but whatever. Go to second vote dot com and learn how terrible Starbucks actually is second vote dot com. Promo code Charlie to get some money off. Starbucks were closing at ten a.m. in Northern Virginia. They were open for 5 hours. They could not find the workers to keep Starbucks open. We went to Cheesecake Factory last evening after our event. And I kid you not, there must have been what 20 tables that were not wiped off are cleared on our way. They said that they have only half of their workers showing up to work. I went to a place in Phoenix Arizona last weekend protein house, great place, if you're in Phoenix you should check it out. It's a terrific restaurant. Two great conservative Christian patriots that run that place. And they said that they are paying people as cashiers, $17 an hour, and they can't get people to do the work. $17 an hour, and they just kind of show up whenever they want to show up they do whatever they want. We are hearing about this labor crunch all across the country. People are calling it a tight job market a strict job market and I can't quite figure it out. Now before you email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com you say, well, Charlie, it's obviously the stimulus payments, those have stopped. Charlie's obvious the generous unemployment benefits. Those have stopped they're still continuing in certain states, nowhere like where they used to be. Or Charlie, it's all this, so let's work. There's lots of different elements to this. There is no obvious answer. If you think you got the obvious answer to this, then email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com because I'm genuinely interested. There is a labor shock and shortage that we've never seen before.

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Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea

"The German non governmental organization is monitoring migrant rescue operations from the yeah as authorities from nearby European countries have become increasingly reluctant to help twenty years on the twin engines and that crew members since nineteen of the microstates owned by NGOs see what's the apple creek document human rights violations committed against migrants at sea the team also relate to stress cases to nearby ships and authorities who have increasingly ignored that please nearly twenty three thousand people have died or gone missing in the Mediterranean trying to reach Europe since twenty fourteen according to the U. N.'s migration agency Phoenix Weiss head of C. which is ample enough rations is concerned that the apathy from neighboring European countries might turn into these just shifting all the competence to the Libyan actors who are not able to to search and rescue in general I'm Karen Thomas

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Mark Zuckerberg Helped Dems Sway the 2020 Election

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | Last week

Mark Zuckerberg Helped Dems Sway the 2020 Election

"Mark Zuckerberg's center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail and voting with their $420 million. How, by suspending election laws because people were too afraid to go vote in person, but they were okay to go burn down a Wendy's in downtown Atlanta. Extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting, greatly expanded opportunities for ballot curing expensive bulk mailings and other lavish community outreach programs that were directed by private activists. This right here is the best example of how our economy is rigged. Private public partnerships, colluding together to crush you. What do you have here private public partnerships? And saying, hey, we're going to change the way we cure ballots. We're going to change the way that we do community outreach. Do you want this $30 million? Phoenix, and the money went directly into the administration of the elections. And no one did anything about this. No one thought to say, wait a second, a private company can just come in with a bunch of money and tell the local city like this is how we're going to count our ballots? Isn't this everything that the Democrats said that this is the threat to democracy we were told for years? Private interest telling elections how to do their business. Silence from the left. Obviously, because it benefits their political objectives. It makes them more

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Feds aim to reduce lines of planes waiting to take off

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Feds aim to reduce lines of planes waiting to take off

"Federal officials have a solution to reduce lines of planes waiting to take off many passengers get excited when their plane leaves the gate early only to sit out on the taxi way waiting to take off while federal officials plan to roll out software at twenty seven large US airports they hope will eliminate those lines the software calculates exactly when plane should push back from the terminal gate so they don't waste time Idoling in lines on taxiways the software should be working in Phoenix early next year but it will take ten years to reach all the targeted airport actually out there

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Record July jump in US home prices, sidelining more buyers

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Record July jump in US home prices, sidelining more buyers

"US home prices post a record surge in July the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller twenty city home price index jumped nineteen point nine percent the biggest gain on records dating back to two thousand expires bid up prices in what was a limited supply in seventeen of the twenty cities prices rose more quickly in July then in June and prices reached all time highs in nineteen of the twenty cities Phoenix San Diego and Seattle reported the biggest price increases with Phoenix leading the nation for the twenty sixth straight month my camp in Washington

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WNBA Playoffs Bracket Is Set, Liberty-Mercury and Wings-Sky Set for Round 1

Around the Rim

00:44 sec | Last month

WNBA Playoffs Bracket Is Set, Liberty-Mercury and Wings-Sky Set for Round 1

"Yes we are excited. The wnba playoff start this week in fat. That's the most important thing for you to know that. The playoffs off. Thursday september twenty third with first round single elimination. That means win or go home. Don't forget that about the wnba formats at the first two rounds. Hey if you lose. Your playoffs are over. And we've got to exciting match ups that we're going to get into a later in the show eight o'clock. Pm eastern time. That first game of the double is dallas wings versus chicago sky. The second game is ten. Pm eastern standard time and that is between the new york liberty. oh my god and the phoenix

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Solving Problems in English Vs Russian - Daniel Kornev Chief Product Officer at DeepPavlov - Voicebot Podcast Ep 227 - burst 07

The Voicebot Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

Solving Problems in English Vs Russian - Daniel Kornev Chief Product Officer at DeepPavlov - Voicebot Podcast Ep 227 - burst 07

"De pablo is not just for russian. It's language agnostic. correct. Yeah i'm not a doctor language agnostic. I mean we have some alternate will dirt in the system bobby multi folkston english-language russian vicious funny socks the today we have allegations in russian and like man polish it out vapors thankfully on human. Ob new rapes and countenances restaurants. And it's not like you like language. It's more like be working on very complicated tasks they working. can comprehend human language and of course that for english language. I is already enormous obstacle. And do you think it's harder to do it for russian or is it really just. It's a smaller market. And the activity right now is in english. It's a good question Lots of great folks who enjoy building can be systems and aleksey russian language. I mean i voted for Nozoe smart folks. They enjoyed the process. It's just when you were on her on one local later laka language which has relatively Small odense Rush i think is the second biggest long beach internet as far as i remember i might be wrong about this about the russian made is of second band is about something like that but the thing is when he focused on english language. You focused on so many problems. For so many countries you can address such allies markets. And you have. Such launched number of data sets in still sees a day not enough to solve the problem so focusing russian-language is definitely much more complicated. Of course like maybe some company as good by denault dive into russian Find something useful. They are but we know that you kind of go to dialects in the books and things of zale is a good basis for dallas. But that's not how people talk. So how shit so one of the things that we think

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US Home Prices Soar at Record Pace in June

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

US Home Prices Soar at Record Pace in June

"Home prices soar to record pace in June a limited supply of available houses resulted in prices jumping by almost twenty percent in June the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller twenty city home price index surged nineteen percent compared to June of last year that's the largest increase on records dating back to two thousand the annual price gains were higher in June in all twenty cities than they were in may prices are now at record highs in nineteen of those cities with the exception being Chicago prices increased the most in Phoenix where they were up twenty nine percent from a year earlier my camp in Washington

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Chip Shortage Highlights U.S. Dependence on Fragile Supply Chain

60 Minutes

01:58 min | Last month

Chip Shortage Highlights U.S. Dependence on Fragile Supply Chain

"Car companies across the globe have had to idle production and workers because of a shortage of semiconductors often referred to as microchips or just chips there the tiny operating brains inside just about every modern device like smartphones hospital ventilators even fighter jets as we first reported in may the pandemic sent chip demand soaring unexpectedly as we bought computers electronics to work. Study and play from home but while more and more chips are needed in the us. Fewer and fewer of them are manufactured here. Intel is the biggest american chipmaker its most advanced fabrication. Plant or fab for short is located outside phoenix arizona. New ceo pat gelsinger invited us on a tour to see how incredibly complex the manufacturing process. Is i we had to suit up to avoid contaminating. The pfaff head cover on bunny suit zipped goggles gloves ready to go. I'm christine everything in this environment is control together. We stepped into a place with some of the most sophisticated new technology on earth. To ask you why. We're all yellow yellow filters remove light rays that are harmful to the process overhead a computerized highway transport's materials from one machine to the next the process involves thousands of steps where layer upon layer of microscopic circuitry is etched onto these silicon implants. That are then chopped up into chips. That will end up in. Say your computer. Making just one can take six months.

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Arizona Judge Orders Cyber Ninjas to Preserve All Records in 2020 Election Audit

Brian Kilmeade

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

Arizona Judge Orders Cyber Ninjas to Preserve All Records in 2020 Election Audit

"State judge ordering the company heading up Arizona's election audit to preserve all of its records so they can be made public. The order issued Wednesday applies to emails and other records concerning the company's audit of the 2020 presidential and U. S. Senate elections in the Phoenix

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Mike Budenholzer Signs 3-Year Extension With Milwaukee Bucks, Sources Say

Sean Hannity

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Mike Budenholzer Signs 3-Year Extension With Milwaukee Bucks, Sources Say

"Ago, Most people thought Mike Budenholzer be fired as head coach of the box. The Bucks looked like they were going to take another early dump in the playoffs. Then all sorts of things happened. Everybody else got injuries. Kevin Durant had his foot on the line. And instead of getting knocked out in the semi finals of the Eastern Conference, the Bucks won game seven. In that series, came back and beat Atlanta. Came back from down to nothing. It's that beat Phoenix won the NBA championship, and Budenholzer, who had only one year left in his contract, and was widely thought to be on the hard seat. According to multiple news reports today. Mike Budenholzer has signed a three year extension of his contract with the Milwaukee Bucks said obvious is going to be here for some time to come. Uh, odd Budenholzer. Every coaches, pluses and

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Interview With Musician, K.D. Lang | Part 2

Homo Sapiens

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Musician, K.D. Lang | Part 2

"Was deliberately not deliberately. Those weren't your words but you like it didn't sell as well. Yeah it was like a great leveler but then years later i realized that the way the system works. If you sell a million records two million records than in the system of record companies and marketing you sell two million records but then you put a terrible record out new cell thirty eight copies than marketing and everything sees that you sell thirty eight copies. So you're only as good as your last sales it sabotage ice managed to sabotage things pretty well without record. Do you regret that. I mean i regret but what do you think that was what had happened at the time i regret. Not having all the information or having the comprehension. That i needed to have but i certainly don't regret they. Artistic decision to work with gus fans end and uma thurman and rain phoenix making. Or you're talking all you can eat. 'cause actually followed it up with even cowgirls get the blues. Right is at the record. Yes you can eat so there's a couple there couple of stinkers. They're they really. What stinkers no. I don't think so. I don't think so but in terms of public You know success. It was they were big old stinkers. You don't need to hit us for me. But

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Arizona Governor Blocks Cash From Schools Mandating Masks

Morning Edition

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Arizona Governor Blocks Cash From Schools Mandating Masks

"State that enact coronavirus mask mandates and other requirements. Rocio Hernandez with member station Cage's in Phoenix, says school funding is now at issue. Arizona governor Doug Ducey has announced a school funding program only available to certain schools without mass mandates or remote classes. He's also essentially offering vouchers to some families at schools with these covered mitigation practices. As he said in a statement. He wants to protect students from what he considers to be excessive and overbearing measures. Mass mandates of public schools are banned under in you Arizona law, but that policy is not yet in effect. For NPR News. I'm Rocio Hernandez in Phoenix.

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Brooklyn Nets vs. Los Angeles Lakers to Highlight NBA's Christmas Day Schedule

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Brooklyn Nets vs. Los Angeles Lakers to Highlight NBA's Christmas Day Schedule

"A report that Christmas Day is gonna be. It's gonna happen at December. 25th like every year Lakers nets? Yeah. One thought on that game. NBA Got it right. I mean, all the games. You got. Bucks versus the Celtics. You've got Golden State versus Phoenix. You've got the Knicks versus the land and the Brooklyn Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers are the highlight game in the middle of that schedule. They very rarely get Christmas Day games wrong. When it comes to the NBA did very really get that wrong because even late at night, you may not be interesting those teams, but you're going to pay attention because nothing is going to be on. They're not trying to combat the National Football League on Christmas Day, but the N B A. They usually get it right on Christmas Day, And once again, they knocked it out of the

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States in the West Face Water Cuts

Environment: NPR

02:31 min | 2 months ago

States in the West Face Water Cuts

"Residents in arizona. Nevada and across the border in mexico will have to cut their water consumption starting next year this the day after the extraordinary announcement by the us government of a first ever water shortage on the colorado river. Here's npr's kirk siegler. Some forty million people and countless farms rely on the colorado river and its tributaries. The shortage comes amidst a mega drought on the river basin. That's so far. Lasted twenty two years and as desert cities like las vegas and phoenix. Continue to grow at among the fastest rates in the us the entire reservoir system including lake mead with it's alarming white bathtub brings behind the hoover dam is now it just forty percent of capacity. Here's the department of interior secretary for water. Tanya trujillo we are seeing the effects of climate change in the colorado river basin through extended drought extreme temperatures extensive wildfires and in some places flooding landslides and now is the time to take action to respond to them. Arizona will be the hardest hit initially with these cuts. Losing almost a fifth of its entire river allotment for now california will not see any cuts because it's water rights are senior under century-old river laws. This shortage is monumental but it was also widely expected western. Water officials have been planning for this eventuality by ramping up conservation and water recycling. Tom bukowski directs arizona's department of water resources. This is a serious turn of events but not a crisis for now. Most cities won't see water. Supplies cut but farmers will in arizona. Thousands of acres of fields are expected to go fallow. Ironically the arid southwest is a huge producer of water intensive crops like cotton and alfalfa water law experts like marks quill lachey at the university of colorado say climate change will force this region to rethink how it uses its limited water. So many people rely on. We can't handle anymore stresses we're looking at a pretty dire situation right now on the river. School laci says climate. Change is drying out the soils and leading to rapid. Evaporation even a near average winters. Like this last one in the rocky mountains where snow melt feeds the river. That dry soils are acting like a sponge and they're soaking up a lot of water before that water can make it into the reservoirs. And that's likely to continue and federal water. Managers warned the shortages to will continue and probably get more severe. They'll reassess whether more cuts are needed in the next year.

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League of Legends End of Season Awards Revealed

Esports Minute

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

League of Legends End of Season Awards Revealed

"League of Legends Pro leagues continue their end-of-season Awards, this time, as the LPL out of China named fun Plus Phoenix, mid laner, doin be as the season. MVP join be helped fpx. Secure first place with a 13-3 record. Had the second most kills in the league and had one of the higher KDs of the splitter because of it fpx is in a prime spot completely off to be the main representative for China in world's. Meanwhile LCS. Announced their Rookie of the Year in Evil Genius Zone. ATC Danny at Seventeen years old. He had standout performances for his team, all season and combined, with mid laner MVP Jesu, keep popping off propelled them into a tide top spot for the LCS next page, 100 thieves, ironically will see those two top teams face off in the playoffs. Come Saturday,

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Biden Chides Republican Governors Who Resist Vaccine Rules

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Chides Republican Governors Who Resist Vaccine Rules

"The president chides Republican governors who are resisting virus mitigation rules at a news conference Tuesday president Joe Biden was critical of Republican governors who are blocking reimposition of mask mandates to slow the delta variant of covert nineteen I say these governors please help but you're going to help at least get out of the way in Arkansas Republican governor Aissa Hutchinson has called the legislature back into session to consider revising the law he signed in April that prohibits mask mandates by schools and other government entities I am supportive of a legislative remedy but in Arizona a science teacher filed a lawsuit trying to block the Phoenix Union High School district from imposing a mask mandate Mike Rossio Washington

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Charlie Kirk Tells Us About His Turning Point USA Student Action Summit

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Kirk Tells Us About His Turning Point USA Student Action Summit

"He's charlie cook the founder. The president the ceo of one of the important most important institutions in america turning point usa. Welcome to the swab giant. Dr gorka thanks for. Let me your studio earlier. We had a lot of fun anytime anytime that was his opening of the student. Actions summit that we held recently in a very hot place do somewhat cooler next very hard. You had a suit and tie on ice shocked. Everybody i gave my speech with no time. No we we changed outfits i swapped. We did we did. We did a little roll reverse right there but it was an amazing event. Tell list is across the nation. What is the student action summit. How big was it. And what was the message. It was four thousand plus young students. You were terrific by the way and that was just boy. It's like two weeks ago. I know from students from all fifty states really gearing up for this next semester of activism and it was an incredible response we had governor onto santa's there ted cruz. Was there mike. Pompeo is there. Donald trump junior and really kind of gives you hope when you see four thousand students in a room ready to take their country back and that's one of many conferences we've done over the summer. We have our young women's leadership that we did our chapter leadership summit. We've a whole campus to glang all yet black leadership summit coming up this fall just at our young latino leadership summit. So we're not we're not sitting still. We have our staff training right now in phoenix arizona for well over one hundred thirty fulltime people. We have on staff so got a country to save but slow down. You're married mallika marriages. How god wants you to live to reach the highest levels of potential and flourishing. So we're finally in a place where we can really really hit our inflection point.

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"phoenix" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever

Worst Collection Ever

05:17 min | 4 months ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever

"Her man. That guy kinda he he to screw things up i talk about. I got to talk about the boundary for a second. 'cause know he comes down to earth looking like steve richards and he's you eat a hot dog and he has to take a shit and was very minutes. Show him how to take a shit and then and then he just gets. Jerry gets black jerry curl and he's like starts like giving people powers and because he does. I feel like he like he. He boosts people like he'll fox with like malta molecule man and He created volcanic. And you know. I mean he's kind of a. It's kind of. It's kind of shit. Disturb her rachel had not yet told the cyclops. The cyclops the cyclops oakland okay. The cyclops at this reality that his counterpart in her native reality was her father. But it has been speculated that cyclops has deduced his deduced. this himself. Rachel fell x man. Wolverine recently severely injured her to prevent her from eventually murdering selene and the heat of passion. Rachel was subsequently captured and rendered amnesiac by the extra dimensional. Being spiral. answer could do that. Okay rachel summers future. Richard summers feature fate remains to be seen as we do find out Down the line she does end up joining the The excalibur team and That's basically all. I know about what she's doing now but i just read about what she was doing then and i dunno. I hope it was worth it height For the i. The height of the phoenix force. Which you just. As soon as jean grey so high phoenix force. One is five six whereas Rachel versus five seven. Wait one ten for the original one. Twenty five for rachel. Both of their is green and both of their hair is red. Strength level in human form. The first phoenix possessed the normal human strength of a woman of jingles age height and bill engages and regular exercise. The second phoenix possesses the normal strength of a woman of her own age height and build who engages in regular exercise so if she has the phoenix powers though i mean she should have super strength..

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"phoenix" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever

Worst Collection Ever

05:33 min | 4 months ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever

"Starting out and i was like oh. Yeah it was up for this this thing and i met this guy here. So and so one of the guys Kurt was just like that guy. He's store cd. I'll always remember that. And i always remember kurtz rage towards this guy and yeah but that's my fraternity thing that's what What's his face is trying to do. masterminded trying to get into the hellfire club fraternity using device call created by the way clean the masterminds projected a dreamlike fantasies into phoenix. Money to prefer which slowly bought closer to the surface of her now. Human mind in dark desires. i am just reading. This is this is a lock all on so she was under the masterminds control. And i think it kind of broke her. I think that's kind of what we're trying to get out here. Because she goes from being just phoenix to being dark phoenix and dark phoenix. You know wants to go out and destroy universes and just it's very malevolent as As she was hungry for more energy due to the limitations of still being physical form shortly after her initial activity as dark phoenix she transported herself to the star the bari of the shar galaxy and absorbed energy from it as a result the star became a supernova dilating. The sentence non humanoid popular of one of its planets. Yeah see there she She destroyed the planet and they believe trying to think there's a few characters that lake they made as a part of the x. Men line and trying to think of them who they were They i mean. I don't the apartment but i believe he's like a guy there's another Was shit. I can't think of who was one of these guys is. It's a well it's in the movie. They have What's jessica chastain. Plays one of these characters. Who is there to avenge her her people and destroy the Dark phoenix so. She returned to earth a battle the x. men cyclops tried to reason with her appealing to the love gray head for him and thereby induced grays chew personality to begin. The rise again from beneath phoenix. Starphoenix isn't insanity unfortunately x. meds mentor a mentor. Professor xavier caused her to revert fully to the dark phoenix again by attacking her so phoenix cyclops on the good for once. Actually making himself useful and What's his face showed up in Rudolph the professor x he was like mr cyclops. What are you doing. I need to bless this woman. Do kingdom come with my head. That's what i do. I am professor xavier. That is my sir. Patrick stewart impersonation by cyclops cyclops had laid the groundwork for phoenix's cure. And so when xavier uses full power dark phoenix jackson. I exercise for insanity. The nearly buried difficult of grey's true personality was able to assert itself just enough to allow him to succeed. With xavier's healthy uncorrupted grey regained control the phoenix and then Then shit really goes Goes wild because the she our show opener like motherfucker you destroyed one of our world evolve our home either dead. You are going on trial. We're making this happen. And a basically she goes Crazy again Phoenix acted as the real gray would do a situation. She talked accidentally triggered the energy cannon. She had found in the blue area. The earth's moon we're the trial by combat had taken place causing it to fire and totally disintegrate her. Okay.

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"What's your foot right or what is your foot in the door interesting. Now, you have a podcast now, you can totally invite that person and guess what you're going to be sitting in front of that person for what 1 hour that person will never forget you ever for better for worse for like they will remember they will connect and then you know that that content is allowing you to say hi all the like several many times, you know, a lot of the businesses that I work with they recycle this content. They transcribe the podcast put it out in years later. They cut it down to like a shorter 3-minute punchlines to to you know to put it up in the social media and then you would give it as a link to let's say then you just released when you press release right? They recycle this content all the time. So there's a lot of value that a company can get from just one podcast. They can use it in a lot of different ways not just wage. Podcast usually don't just like put out one episode and forget about it. Like that's that's the wrong way to do things recycle. Like we're in the in the world of I don't know recycled. Yep. Yeah. I'm very cycle. Yeah, and I feel good about recycling right and there's different ways to recycle different things. This content absolutely needs to be recycled and so back to what I said. Yeah, invite people you want to talk invite people that inspire you and and your industry like, you know, invite those people because these are you're creating an asset which has relationships and often times people underestimate that those assets but as a small business owners, we know what a great asset it is absolutely relationship with how long it takes to establish a nice to have that assets. So don't lose it and use this platform to utilize it in to you know to to just I don't know grow your business. We're here at open conversation. We're we're happy to help I didn't mention our website open conversation. Com again. I'm a founder and I'm yeah, I'm happy to discuss it with production arm oftentimes of you know, we work with starting from Big media names and you can see it on our website at ESPN and NPR to small businesses to tune on Thursday. That's true. And I always say you can afford and PR quality podcasts like quality and consistency without absolutely without breaking Bank. Like it's it's it's affordable. We're not talking about putting show on a Netflix which is like crazy time-consuming and money consuming and everything consuming right? Where is podcast is just this like you you show up and off and then we'll take care of the edits and we'll take care of the make sure that you're everywhere on all the podcast directories on you know that it's easy to find you and it's easy to subscribe. So yeah. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you so much. I am absolutely thrilled that I had not only got to be in here but learn more about podcasts and what they can do for not just me but everybody out there with ya. Thank you David thank was so so much awesome her too much awesomeness on one room. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Talk to you soon..

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

14:46 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"Decided like hey, why don't we put this show out as a podcast? So people could listen not on Monday morning when they didn't have time on Sunday afternoon, right? They could subscribe and make sure that they you know, it's it's on the on the devices. That's how it began, but it's kind of quickly spilled through sit through and and now, there's no industry right now, like every dentist nowadays has podcast right to talk about teeth. I guess. It's it's like it's a very lucrative thing to do for dentist for some reason song. Lots of Surgeons scientists politicians, you know, Michelle Obama just started her podcast, you know, Biden has his potty like so so many people that are there and in public Arena right off. They have their own podcast. Why well because it's your it's your it's your media. It's your own privately owned media where you make decisions from to talk to Joe at what consistency to talk to these people what topics to discuss right? Not someone decides it for you. Although it's a good idea for you as a business owner to show, you know, it's Joe case your your product or services at someone else's podcasts too. But here you're Your Own Boss here. You know your that's yours. That's your that's your media outlet that young age, you know push in to enter into the masses and for your specific Niche audience. Also, what I wanted to say is They're a lot to discuss in terms of like storytelling and how to grab attention of a person and make sure the person stays through the through the you know through the episode but but the the value for for the business owners is is is that you know, you can you can Target your Niche audience and you can you make sure that you deliver the content with a consistency again that you decided on right you you know, you you talk & podcasts have this like weird. I don't know if I can a lot of a lot of a lot of patience. That is not the the case when people discuss podcast, but they're very intimate spaces. You're going to have someone on a year for half an hour, right? And if you deliver cake, you know value content people like I have podcasts I cannot live without right there is a business of content. For example that I really love to listen every month. Every week and if I don't I make sure that I find it, you know, and I find time to listen to it. So that's you know, that's that connectivity that you have or there's a famous host of how I built this which is interpreter. I'll show ya I'm sure your yeah guy Raz is the host. He just came up with a book as well. He once said of the podcast conference. I remember a couple of years ago. I would rather have several thousand people that are subscribed to my podcast than a hundreds and thousands of people following a Twitter or Instagram and people are like well why and he said because you have someone on the ear for an hour, you know, the chances that if I advertise something on my podcast The chances that are not just going to be scrolled up or down that people will subscribe that people will go and purchase that product as are so much higher. And by the way, these are not just me talking. This is from Edison a search. I think it was more than 25% every time the advertisers advertised on specific podcast. Although the numbers of subscribers are lower, you know, the things that were advertised on Thursday podcast were they eventually, you know more than 25% ended up purchasing or subscribing for services that were advertised so and on Twitter. Yeah, you can have millions of followers and probably, you know, maybe, you know, some percentage want to percent will go and follow the link that you advertised and you know, buy those socks or I don't know whatever was advertised but you took the the rate on the podcast is is much much and you can check it out at the it's ABI Edison research. I think it's for it from 20 20 dialogue. I forgot the name of the but I'm happy to submit those links to you. So so listening to all this awesome. And I mean that's an awesome statistic all this value, you know how and being a professional and seeing the space how it's progressed how it's evolved. How would you how would you use that space? I mean what how would you break it down for 6 if you're a small-business owner or an individual? How would you use that space? Yeah. No that that that's that's a great Point like at some point. Okay, let's let's stop talking about podcasts in general. It's like okay, I I own a shop. I don't know about a car wash right right down the street and so what can the podcast like what can I do for my business? Right? So so I'm happy to break it down. There's several, you know several things. I wanted to hit. I think that will be very relevant to business owners just like you are right just like I'm itself and yeah. Yeah, so number one David is dead. You're part of this amazing marketing agency. Right number one thing the podcast do for you is they establish your voice as an expert in the field. If you consistently talk about things that you do hope it will start like I start my morning from specific five-minute run down of the actual that's that's that's my alarm. I just set up a 5-minute render, like what happened in the world. Yeah a while. I was sleeping and I want to tune in to be busy just because I trust that resource right? I want to know what happened while relena was sleeping right in the United States and Arizona on Pacific time. There's a lot of things that were happening while I was sleeping. So I want to catch up in 5 minutes. Okay. Give me a rundown. I tune into BBC. This is my expert sync to go for that specific file a rundown, right? So if you consistently deliver the content to your Niche audience to your tribe, you know, there's like there's no way you at some point like wage. Yeah, I know this guy David, you know, he talks about marketing all the time and he actually have really good tips on on his specific thing. Or maybe it's it's it's a part of the marketing that that you you know, their life of different things. I'm sure marketers do yeah, so so that that is very important that that that voice that that trusted it creates and you know trust is invaluable abstract trust is often times a small businesses. We will fight for that trust, right we wanted to happen in our businesses and and we need to fight hard because we don't have a big agencies behind our backs. We're just off our own and we deliver the services and products to our best, you know abilities and our best. Another thing I wanted to to hit on before before I run out of time is the consistency a lot of the times people talk about the authenticity, but I think it's like it doesn't even matter really that that's my that's my dog. Listen, we're going to create as a production company. We're going to make you authentic, you know through editing through questions through scripts through, you know, you're going to sound great. So don't don't worry about authenticity right now. I'm not worried about consistency. If you if you promise to deliver your content and podcast do allow you to do just that right every Tuesday or every twice a week or whatever, you know, once a month twice a month do that do just that and invest invest your invest your resources into that and it's always always pays off and a lot of it's just people just don't you know, they're like, well I decided to skip this month and I decided not to release the well, you lost your audience right there, right? So consistency is very important and cast do allow you like hey world. We just dropped a new episode right through your newsletters through your twitters and and Facebook's and whatever Instagram accounts you use your tick tocks. We just dog The new episode it's so so exciting. Go ahead subscribe. Tell your friend about it. You know, just one friend just one friend if you tell one friend. Well guess what your audience just double-check? Yeah, just like within 1 episode. I talked about how intimate spaces those podcasts are and that the numbers should be perceived very very differently because these are your die-hard followers. These are over time you're going to generate type of people that cannot live without your voice and they literally need to hear your literal voice off. Yeah. He like like the way you sound the way you you know you laugh the way you and what you say is so so crucial to them like super important and I you know, one thing I don't like talking about pandemic but we are in the world of pandemic and we saw it it's going to be over in two weeks, but it's now what 672 many weeks off. Hardware still in it so, you know, we had to find new ways how to connect before that. We could just go and volunteer. I used to volunteer at my public library. Yeah, I used to you know volunteer at the one of the local non-profits that I used to support right? It's gone like you can't those things. Yeah, and you know what people often times they like well it's going to come back. Yeah, the world is going much better place soon. I'm I'm sure about that but it's just think about some like, you know events that changed our lives forever, like after nine-eleven. We thought those things at the airports. They're temporary things right know they're they're still we're still taking off our shoes you years years later, right? They're still you know, the way we're Bank the way I can go on and on. So there will be people that will never Shake our hands ever again, you know, there will be people that will never take off their masks ever again, there will be businesses. That will be you know, yep. Eating the surfaces three times four times a day and does infecting everything for a forever and ever so some things are here to stay. So we have to walk like all of a sudden we have to figure out how to connect differently how to educate our kids how to you know, how to do things right how to work from home. So podcast is another space that wage so many businesses nowadays are penetrating by the way, just a quick stats from the Apple. 1 million active podcasts right now out there in the world active 1 million right now right now active. I mean not dead wow active. They're uploading the episodes with a hundred thousand about a hundred thousand. It's a little bit more added every month hundred thousand new podcasts added every month. And this this is not just a production is growing. People are seeking the content all the time. Like this is mind-boggling like how many yeah their stats from Apple. That's a staggering number. Yes. That's a big number ya baby. Ya keep that number in mind and the last the last thing I wanted to mention to you as a small business owner as maybe non-profit as an individual. Don't forget that podcasts are the amazing excuse to invite people that you really want to connect with. Otherwise, like how are you going to you know, you really want to Target that person but like, you know, what wage Like invite stranger to Coffee. What's your and what's your foot right or what is your foot in the door interesting. Now, you have a podcast now, you can totally invite that person and guess what you're going to be sitting in front of that person for what 1 hour that person will never forget you ever for better for worse for like they will remember they will connect and then you know that that content is allowing you to say hi all the like several many times, you know, a lot of the businesses that I work with they they recycle this content. They transcribe the podcast put it out in years later. They cut it down to like a shorter 3-minute punchlines to to you know to put it up in the social media and then you would give it as a link to let's say then you just released when you press release right? They recycle this content all the time. So there's a lot of value that a company can get from just one podcast. They can use it in a lot of different ways not just wage. Podcast usually don't just like put out one episode and forget about it. Like that's that's the wrong way to do things recycle. Like we're in the in the world of I don't know I recycled. Yep. Yeah. I'm very cycle. Yeah, and I feel good about recycling right and there's different ways to recycle different things. This content absolutely needs to be recycled and so back to what I said. Yeah, invite people you want to talk to invite people that inspire you and and and your industry like, you know, invite those people because these are you're creating an asset which has relationships and often times people underestimate that those assets but as a small business owners, we know what a great asset it is absolutely relationship with how long it takes to establish a nice to have that assets. So don't lose it and use this platform to to to utilize it in to you know to to just I don't know grow your business. We're here at open conversation. We're we're happy to help I didn't mention our website open conversation. Com again. I'm I'm a founder and I'm yeah, I'm happy to discuss it with production arm oftentimes of you know, we work with starting from Big media names and you can see it on our website at ESPN and NPR to small businesses to tune on Thursday. That's true. And I always say you can afford and PR quality podcasts like quality and consistency without absolutely without breaking Bank. Like it's it's it's it's it's affordable. We're not talking about putting show on a Netflix which is like crazy time-consuming and money consuming and everything consuming right? Where is podcast is just this like you you show show up and off and then we'll take care of the edits and we'll.

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"To all this awesome. And I mean that's an awesome statistic all this value, you know how and being a professional and seeing the space how it's progressed how it's evolved. How would you how would you use that space? I mean what how would you break it down for 6 if you're a small-business owner or an individual? How would you use that space? Yeah. No that that's that's a great Point like at some point. Okay, let's stop talking about podcasts in general. It's like okay, I I own a shop. I don't know about a car wash right right down the street and so what can the podcast like what can I do for my business? Right? So so I'm happy to break it down. There's several, you know several things. I wanted to hit. I think that will be very relevant to business owners just like you are right just like I'm itself and yeah. Yeah, so number one David is dead. You're part of this amazing marketing agency. Right number one thing the podcast do for you is they establish your voice as an expert in the field. If you consistently talk about things that you do hope it will start like I start my morning from specific five-minute run down of the actual that's that's that's my alarm. I just set up a 5-minute render, like what happened in the world. Yeah a while. I was sleeping and want to tune in to be busy just because I trust that resource right? I want to know what happened while relena was sleeping right in the United States and Arizona on Pacific time. There's a lot of things that were happening while I was sleeping. So I want to catch up in 5 minutes. Okay. Give me a rundown. I tune into BBC. This is my expert sync to go for that specific file a rundown, right? So if you consistently deliver the content to your Niche audience to your tribe, you know, there's like there's no way you at some point like wage. Yeah, I know this guy David, you know, he talks about marketing all the time and he actually have really good tips on his specific thing. Or maybe it's a part of the marketing that you you know, their life of different things. I'm sure marketers do yeah, so so that is very important that that voice that that trusted it creates and you know trust is invaluable abstract trust is often times a small businesses. We will fight for that trust, right we wanted to happen in our businesses and and we need to fight hard because we don't have a big agencies behind our backs. We're just off our own and we deliver the services and products to our best, you know abilities and our best. Another thing I wanted to hit on before before I run out of time is the consistency a lot of the times people talk about the authenticity, but I think it's like it doesn't even matter really that that's my that's my dog. Listen, we're going to create as a production company. We're going to make you authentic, you know through editing through questions through scripts through, you know, you're going to sound great. So don't worry about authenticity right now. I'm not worried about consistency. If you if you promise to deliver your content and podcast do allow you to do just that right every Tuesday or every twice a week or whatever, you know, once a month twice a month do that do just that and invest invest your invest your resources into that and it's always always pays off and a lot of it's just people just don't you know, they're like, well I decided to skip this month and I decided not to release the well, you lost your audience right there, right? So consistency is very important and cast do allow you like hey world. We just dropped a new episode right through your newsletters through your twitters and and Facebook's and whatever Instagram accounts you use your tick tocks. We just dog The new episode it's so exciting. Go ahead subscribe. Tell your friend about it. You know, just one friend just one friend if you tell one friend. Well guess what your audience just double-check? Yeah, just like within 1 episode. I talked about how intimate spaces those podcasts are and that the numbers should be perceived very very differently because these are your die-hard followers. These are over time you're going to generate type of people that cannot live without your voice and they literally need to hear your literal voice off. Yeah. He like like the way you sound the way you know laugh the way you and what you say is so so crucial to them like super important and I you know, one thing I don't like talking about pandemic but we are in the world of pandemic and we saw it it's going to be over in two weeks, but it's now what 672 many weeks off. Hardware still in it so, you know, we had to find new ways how to connect before that. We could just go and volunteer. I used to volunteer at my public library. Yeah, I used to you know volunteer at the one of the local non-profits that I used to support right? It's gone like you can't those things. Yeah, and you know what people often times they like well it's going to come back. Yeah, the world is going much better place soon. I'm sure about that but it's just think about some like, you know events that changed our lives forever, like after nine-eleven. We thought those things at the airports. They're temporary things right know they're they're still we're still taking off our shoes you years later, right? They're still you know, the way we're Bank the way I can go on and on. So there will be people that will never Shake our hands ever again, you know, there will be people that will never take off their masks ever again, there will be businesses. That will be you know, yep. Eating the surfaces three times four times a day and does infecting everything for a forever and ever so some things are here to stay. So we have to walk like all of a sudden we have to figure out how to connect differently how to educate our kids how to you know, how to do things right how to work from home. So podcast is another space that wage so many businesses nowadays are penetrating by the way, just a quick stats from the Apple. 1 million active podcasts right now out there in the world active 1 million right now right now active. I mean not dead wow active. They're uploading the episodes with a hundred thousand about a hundred thousand. It's a little bit more added every month hundred thousand new podcasts added every month. And this this is not just a production is growing. People are seeking the content all the time. Like this is mind-boggling like how many yeah their stats from Apple. That's a staggering number. Yes. That's a big number ya baby. Ya keep that number in mind and the last the last thing I wanted to mention to you as a small business owner as maybe non-profit as an individual. Don't forget that podcasts are the amazing excuse to invite people that you really want to connect with. Otherwise, like how are you going to know, you really want to Target that person but like, you know, what wage Like invite stranger to Coffee. What's your and.

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"Hi everyone and welcome to my world. I'm Regina Rose over. I am a founder and producer at open conversation LLC. It's a podcast production Network that I've found three years ago. I'm with David Silvernail. He is with a raving fan marketing agency here and I am very excited to present to you where I found the studio. So because we were wanting to talk about podcast we thought well, why don't we showcase how the podcast works and this is actually the podcast about podcast and I will be happy to answer your question at the questions afterwards, but without to frame it as a conversation, welcome to the studio David. Thank you so much for having me. This is actually my first time in a podcast studio and it's off if something else really, it's really cool. No, this is the first time I've been on this plane. Yeah, it's super awesome. Thank you for having me. Yeah. No awesome. So David pull a skiff off. Questions and we thought maybe you know later if you have some other questions feel free to chime in and you know, I'm happy to answer it afterwards when we're done here. So yeah David so okay. I have a question. We've we've all heard so much about podcasts everybody. It's a household name podcast become has become such a it's buzzword now. I'm I'm curious what people like you a professional who's in the industry. What does what does that? How do you define it? What is that? What is a podcast? Okay. So I took three years ago. I used to be asked that question all the time. Now, it's kind of a lot of people are like, okay. I know what podcasts are. I'm listening to them. I'm sure you listen to podcasts all the time, too. But you know, Podcast is basically a radio on demand. It's like the Netflix to TV when you can pitch and you know, can you can turn out turn it on and watch your shows whenever you want to from whatever device you decide to just log in and kind of start watching through the same thing as a podcast. It's it's that's what it is. It's used to be a broadcast when you know, we have three stations and they broadcast to everybody now it's off, you know hyper Niche, you know, subscription-based but free content that is delivered to your phone's to your tablets to your you know computers just because you subscribed so that's what podcast is. Well now I know and I'm still Blown Away by podcast in general but so as knowing what podcasts are dead and and and seeing the popularity of podcast rise over the years, especially, how are they popular for, you know, individuals and business owners like what's what's the name? Value of having why would somebody want a podcast whether they're an individual or a business owner? What's what's there? That's that's a great question. Thank you. I you know, I think I'll start from this like podcasts were born as part like I shouldn't say that they were popularized as part of the efforts of the big media. I talk like ESPN. I talk NPR off a huge ones. They just decided like hey, why don't we put this show out as a podcast? So people could listen not on Monday morning when they didn't have time on Sunday afternoon, right? They could subscribe and make sure that they you know, it's it's on the devices. That's how it began, but it's kind of quickly spilled through sit through and and now, there's no industry right now, like every dentist nowadays has podcast right to talk about teeth. I guess. It's it's like a very lucrative thing to do for dentist some reason song. Lots of Surgeons scientists politicians, you know, Michelle Obama just started her podcast, you know, Biden has his potty like so so many people that are there and in public Arena right off. They have their own podcast. Why well because it's your it's your it's your media. It's your own privately owned media where you make decisions from to talk to Joe at what consistency to talk to these people what topics to discuss right? Not someone decides it for you. Although it's a good idea for you as a business owner to show, you know, it's Joe case your product or services at someone else's podcasts too. But here you're Your Own Boss here. You know your that's yours. That's your that's your media outlet that young age, you know push in to enter into the masses and for your specific Niche audience. Also, what I wanted to say is They're a lot to discuss in terms of like storytelling and how to grab attention of a person and make sure the person stays through the through the you know through episode but but the value for the business owners is is that you know, you can you can Target your Niche audience and you can you make sure that you deliver the content with a consistency again that you decided on right you you know, you you talk & podcasts have this like weird. I don't know if I can a lot of lot of a lot patience. That is not the case when people discuss podcast, but they're very intimate spaces. You're going to have someone on a year for half an hour, right? And if you deliver cake, you know value content people like I have podcasts I cannot live without right there is a business of content. For example that I really love to listen every month. Every week and if I don't I make sure that I find it, you know, and I find time to listen to it. So that's you know, that's that connectivity that you have or there's a famous host of how I built this which is interpreter. I'll show ya I'm sure your yeah guy Raz is the host. He just came up with a book as well. He once said of the podcast conference. I remember a couple of years ago. I would rather have several thousand people that are subscribed to my podcast than a hundreds and thousands of people following a Twitter or Instagram and people are like well why and he said because you have someone on the ear for an hour, you know, the chances that if I advertise something on my podcast The chances that are not just going to be scrolled up or down that people will subscribe that people will go and purchase that product as are so much higher. And by the way, these are not just me talking. This is from Edison a search. I think it was more than 25% every time the advertisers advertised on specific podcast. Although the numbers of subscribers are lower, you know, the things that were advertised on Thursday podcast were they eventually, you know more than 25% ended up purchasing or subscribing for services that were advertised so and on Twitter. Yeah, you can have millions of followers and probably, you know, maybe, you know, some percentage want to percent will go and follow the link that you advertised and you know, buy those socks or I don't know whatever was advertised but you took the the rate on the podcast is is much much and you can check it out at the it's ABI Edison research. I think it's for it from 20 20 dialogue. I forgot the name of the but I'm happy to submit those links to you. So so listening.

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"So because we were wanting to talk about podcast we thought well, why don't we showcase how the podcast works and this is actually the podcast about podcast and I will be happy to answer your question at the questions afterwards, but without to frame it as a conversation, welcome to the studio David. Thank you so much for having me. This is actually my first time in a podcast studio and it's off if something else really, it's really cool. No, this is the first time I've been on this plane. Yeah, it's super awesome. Thank you for having me..

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"They're looking for Content, but you have to program your channel. So it's interesting and it makes sense for for what's going on in the world. So again, we can't force see what what's going to happen. What's the next Crisis right at this point? Nothing will surprise me, you know, whatever happens next in on the planet song nobody knows but there is a way to work around it and work with it to make sure that you can still monetize you can still run a business and and succeed and thrive in whatever situation is happening in the world and also because of general, you know, uncertainty and confusion and just negativity and wage craziness that's going on. It's even more important to just stay connected to your audience and let them know that you're there that you're here that you're you care about them. And you know, the one thing you don't want to do which is something I had to really explain to everyone during the height of pandemic cuz you don't want to just disappear right because you want you want to know, it's like who are your friends? Are the people that are with you like in a crisis, right? That's when you learn like who your friends are. So if you're there with your audience in a crisis when the craziest things are happening in the world and you're there and you're communicating and you show the audience that you care then they'll remember like, oh they were there. You know, I always saw them they didn't disappear. They really cared about me at this time. You should spend their money with you because you didn't disappear. So another question I get all the time is can I still advertise? You know, oh, I keep hearing brands are pulling their money, you know. Oh Coca-Cola's not spending on Facebook or whatever it is that you're reading in the news. I get, you know, there's a lot of misinformation about this and the answer is yes, you can absolutely still advertise and spend money on advertising and you should be spending more and more money on advertising and while you know, Facebook and Instagram and Twitter have cracked down on regular job. Shins around advertising especially political advertising anything related to covid-19, you know there and and those types of things there is still a very high return on investment if you advertise correctly and you know, as I mentioned a lot of Brands did pull their money out of the ad market during the pandemic and so people who kept spending saw a really high rate of return on their investment because there was less competition in the marketplace and so obviously people have started, you know more and more people are spending again. And so it's there's a little bit more competition but since everybody is paying attention to a social media, you'll still get a high rate of return on whatever investment that you make So that's pretty much you know, my my Spiel here. So, you know in a nutshell just to summarize kind of everything that I've talked about wage. There's there's a well where there's a will way you know, social media marketing is vital end of story and no matter what's going on in the world. You can figure out a strategy that works for you so that you can monetize and you can grow and you can Thrive no matter what's going on in the world. So thank you so much. Again. My name is Diane of Ed. I'm the CEO of Empower digital and if there's anything that I can do to help you feel free to reach out and I'm also offering a special a special thing for everyone everyone who's watching me today. So anyone who's interested in a free consultation with me and wants to have a private conversation about their business or their project and needs, you know, some guidance or some help on next steps..

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"To talk you about social media marketing and how to thrive in today's world using digital tools and basically how to create a thriving business no matter what's going on in the world and with everything going on and all the distractions that we have with covid-19. Thing in the world and this was already about thirteen years ago. And when I was at my space, I saw the potential of social media and digital and where that was all headed off before my space. I was actually in finance. I went to the Wharton business school and was doing finance and business development before I pivoted into marketing and PR. I was working with celebrities and top-tier talent in La before. I started my own company ten years ago. And since then I've worked with Talent. I've worked with Brands across all different fields going from lifestyle Beauty entertainment travel technology local businesses startups Global Brands medical devices should have experience working with many different types of Industries and different types of talent which can include, you know music artists actors. I work with a lot of experts in different song. Phones. I have a mediator client. I have Fitness expert clients. I have doctor clients. So any high-profile individual as well that is you know, looking to expand their digital presence billing profile monetize. So so yeah a lot of experience in different areas and I basically have my a method to my madness on how I grow how I help people make money online. And once I learn about the person or product I can help you guys figure out, you know how to monetize how to tell a story and not how to succeed. So now I'm going to talk about what I'm here to talk about which is how to basically deal with, you know, the current landscape down and take advantage essentially of what's going on so that you can succeed and thrive in today's economy. So first I just need to talk about what's going on. So as most of you guys know we're in an era of a really rapid news cycle and it's quite insane where you know for a minute to minute of different things are trending there's breaking news. That's probably coming through on your phone, you know constantly, right? There's new topics that are trending all the time..

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"And so we want to address that right away, you know, the number one fear that we seem to find with, you know, women especially going into new hair salon is that they don't trust anybody with their head and they're scared. Someone's going to ruin it and screw it up. And so we want to address that right away, right? We want to bring that problem to the Forefront and not hide behind it and say look we understand we get along but don't worry. Here's what we can promise you right and we tell them about our experience. We tell him about the thorough consultation they get you know, we turn about the collaborative effort and that it's going to be a fun experience and you can be met with love and it's going to be very comfortable. So, you know, that's a verbal way of just kind putting them at ease and then of course we want to really inundate them with proof because it's a visual product hair is a very visual thing right Beauty job. Very visual thing just like lashes are very visual things. So, you know, we put their new YouTube channel up where they can see some of the work and the Styles, you know, we also follow that right up with Instagram. So, you know, see all sorts of you know, clients men women short hair long hair different races, you know, all sorts of things for the client to feel comfortable like oh this is kind of my place..

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"To do that online searches. So you need to show up which we just saw how all that works. So the next part of the raving fan method is attraction, right? So visibility was you know, I have a problem. I'm looking for a solution I go to Google I go online. Look for that solution. Ask them. They give me a bunch of suggestions. Do you show up in that map? Do I have visibility do I as a client know you exist and can help me with my problem. So that's the first part the next part attraction. So now if you're in that map and you don't have to deal with those other twenty competitors that I'm not going to click on and you only have three competitors. Now, how do you win that client? Cuz this is a client with the way they want to act right? They look for a solution to a problem they have now. It's the next part of it is attraction. So are you going to be more attractive to them than your competitors? I look we all know. What attraction is. Right? We we we understand in relationships way. We see it in you know, you know things we buy we're attracted a certain colors. We're attracted certain status, you know, we're attracted to different types of hair and clothes and you know, there's something that speaks to us off right because we have a symbol of ourselves, right? And so when a business can communicate to US based on how we see the world we're going to be more attractive to them. We're going to feel that connection. So the way you do that is you lead with your customer, right your messaging and your branding and your conversation always has to be about them and this kind of you know, brings me back to sort of I think about when the internet first started right and people were building websites. Well, this was all new back then and so when they did that this was an odd Trying to provide their information to the world and people could learn about them and they can get that information. What how long are you open? You know, what are your prices these logical questions? You couldn't find out before that would be calling them. But now on a website you could find out it can make the the search process for you smoother and easier. Well that was way back then that's a given now. So now your website has to be about messaging right people want to know what they're going to expect by working with you. They'll figure out the prices and the times and all of that stuff, but they want to know what that experience is going to be.

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"Great quality Communications side of an organization or team and then we spend time on community. Like what are all of these are our community and connections what are all of the connections that that it takes to be successful inside of the business as an example, and I'm going to just to write connections over this. How are you connecting with employees that are in a different department? How are you connecting with your Superior or your boss? How are you connecting with your team members below and what does that look like and then we spend time on having a board of directors for you specifically as an individual. This is part of our performance system and then we tie it all together with cadence. Well, what does cadence think about Rhythm and I don't have a lot of em, but think about the way that a company operates or functions and really gets into a good Rhythm or sink or Cadence. What do you in Daily? What do you in weekly? What are you doing monthly? What r u doing job? What are you doing? Annually, this is our system that we spend a lot of time with organizations on just getting very gritty on because all of these are integrated together and is dead. This is your scorecard really at the end of day that depending how well you do and hopefully core you brought up a better image of this than just my scratch. I'm sure you did now I can't tell if you did or didn't but he will is that that off this depending on how well these are integrated together connected and how well you do in Cadence. How will you do an alignment? How are you doing people measurement communication and connections will tell you how successful your company is and to the degree that your company is failing or making mistakes. We can go right in and take a peek at any one of these components and we can just drill down and exactly why we're missing either profit opportunities employee opportunities or customer employees. It's not difficult. It's rather simple. It's not easy though, because it takes work and you know, I started watching. Chatting with this a little bit about it. You can't think your way out of what's happening in our Market places today. You must move movement creates action that's action creates momentum. So if if you're she hunkered down not doing anything waiting for something to happen. We know that's victim mentality. We know that waiting and hoping isn't going to help you be successful with your team with your company with your customers or financially in any way whatsoever..

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"So let's start talking about visibility right visibility is the most important thing because without visibility you just simply can't grow it doesn't matter how good you are and what you do. It doesn't matter how many other people really love you if people don't know you exist new customers can't find you. You can't grow right? So think about this event right back. If you didn't know about this, it wasn't visible to you. We could have the best presentation give you the best techniques the best strategies. It wouldn't matter because you wouldn't be here and neither would anybody else because the event would not be visible so visibility is so important if you want to get more customers get more clients and grow and for local businesses. You know, I want to ask you right how do people find local businesses? I think about that for a second. If you needed a dentist part of me a mechanic, you know touch up a groomer, you know, a hair salon Beauty Nails, you know a fitness center a restaurant regardless of the business office and you needed that you had a problem. Let's say right you're looking for a solution and that probably could be your hunger you want dinner, you know, you're looking for a really good pizza place, you know, whatever that might be. You've got a problem and say you're going to go online looking for a solution, right? That's how it happens. It happens to an online search today. We're in a digital world and here are some stats that prove it. So anybody who wants say that? Well, you know, I get enough business and it's not really I don't need to be online. I don't need to do digital. You're wrong the fax the numbers all proved you wrong today. It is changing and it's changing faster dog. Ever before look 20% of Google searches, right? So think about what Google is why we all know Google Google is the biggest search engine in the entire world, right? You will search Google for news for articles for health tips for I mean, basically anytime you have a question now, you just go to Google..

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix Business Growth Virtual Summit

"Once again, it's about getting more clients and growing your business and we're going to do that, you know using the raving fan method now look, When we talk about what's happening out there in the world, you know, there's a lot of stuff going on right? So whether you're in a state like Phoenix that knows it's going to grow that you know, the Census Bureau has come out and said it's a top state for population growth. We see it in our lives everyday living here. We see the traffic, you know, can't buy a house, you know, there's Boomtown kind of everywhere but I also have clients who are in places like Minnesota that have been one of the hardest-hit cities and states, you know in the country with, you know, the the Cobra pandemic and I can tell you that offer clients and those areas not to the same degree as in you know, Arizona where you know, there's obviously the economy stronger but they've seen growth. Yeah, even though you know, there was a point there retail traffic was down 70% I mean, that means that seven out of ten people who went shopping to retail stores weren't doing that anymore. There was only three out of those ten years. And the clients that we work with actually saw a growth in their business got more clients profitably. So that is the power of you know, having the right focus and leveraging off, you know, the raving fan method. Now, look the way you do that right? Whether you're going to grow because your environment is positive and you have you know, the economic growth around you supporting you were going to grow in a shrinking environment. It all depends on how big of a piece that pie you can get. So even if the pie is bigger or you prepare to get a bigger piece doesn't just mean it's always going to happen automatically and if the pie is shrinking in your area at least for the time being you know, how do you grow and do you survive you definitely have to figure out how to get that bigger piece, right? That is what you know, the raving fan method is all about it's about helping you get a bigger piece of the pie no matter what size that pie is and that is how you can grow..

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

"<music> hub hub originals hello there. You're listening to phoenix astrid from your own ashes. The main pre up body as you wanted to notre this goss we talk about donating everything best mystic in deposits from depression into heartbreak from work life balance to becoming the person you deserve to be this cost is dedicated to strengthening and bothering an uplifting every single single individual who gets to listen to it. This episode decided emotional environment and in this episode either talk about emotions emotions loss and types of emotional experiences which can prove damaging if not lead attention to so we will talk about coasting guests lighting and providence. Why is it important to discuss. These is because a lot of times via treated wrongly by people to trust the most and because we trust them they do not question their behavior heigl accepted astrid under the damage <unk> evident better be ready been of people you love interest because you should know what is acceptable and what does not in fact what i've also seen. Is that a lot of times. Even the person himself doesn't realize that there is something wrong with the way they treat someone. The worst part about this generation is that it lacks a sense of emotional responsibility towards fellow beings. No wonder we have more number of people battling depression and exciting than ever so. Let's talk about it. I is coasting. Ghosting is one of the lowest emotional experiences that one can have an of course for oh sensitive. People and people will venue emotions way too much. This can be extremely painful and devastating what is costing costing is when someone someone disappears suddenly without giving any explanation after having a close relations you it can be someone dating for a long time and one day to stop hearing from them. Go calls no text messages. No connection made on social media notice bronzes to any of your messages and it does not just limited to romantic mental relationships friendships. Even bulk relationships may end with a form of coasting it definitely cruel experience because it makes you feel rejected. Check did an abandoned for us. It means not attain to gain hope in the heart to propose offer them formed and security and then disappear salil like the naval able out a thing one divides us easiest match up. You need to step out of your selfish fees. In seething motion the bus station that your action has caused the other person this leaves people with lower self esteem but you need to understand that this doesn't say anything anything about you but of all the person who chose to abandon you ivan straight and honest the only solution to emotion problems is to move on and detach yourself so from what is called leave bust and boss now next to gas lighting another not talked about emotional chapter what you need to be aware golf in order to allow this to not happen to do in simple domes guests lighting is menopausal makes you question your own reality by trying to brainwash schubert woodlice like this never happened. I never said that i never did that. As if you have made a drop in your own mind and the use so many techniques greenwash in washington erase your reality over the period of time the only way out in this case is to be aware of others actions be aware of your own reality and be full. Do not allow someone to feed you lies just because you trust them lastly. I wanna talk about bothered imbalance every retying you put yourself below someone you allow them some powers over you. Every time you accept someone's ideal few you take a step towards becoming submissive in order to not be traveling. Have the power to raise your voice. Always it is important you realize and understand your own powers. It's only when you know what you're capable that you can diffuse to follow someone else you are as put as the person telling you that you ought on what you are as bob reported athletes and telling you that you are not fathered imbalance not only exist in terms of position but also on emotion and by the first is visible in proven the latest always exercise taking charge of your emotions. If someone has to convince you to do something they will have to gain your confidence and once you begin to trust them dave and try to the place your idea of yourself with with what they want you to see yourself as it is only once they gain control over your emotions that they can exercise their bowel for that atp. Wasn't it becomes easy to prove that there is something wrong with you that they have something that you lack and that they can show you the right but in order to not create create the sponsored imbalance on an emotional level. Do not give someone controlled or we also your emotions need to be controlled by you and nobody else. You have to decide how you want to feel and nobody's because when you give someone the power to make you happy you also give them the power to make you choose to be happy. This is all for this episode and i hope this knowledge will embody you on an emotional level. I create the almighty that he gives us the power to understand ourselves to be happy without needing anyone s to make us have been if you want me to talk about political particular topic in this podcast you can write to me through email or instagram either definitely include those in my next episode without revealing identity. You can find my contact details in the description of this episode by that. It's about love life. Cut your goals or anything. Begin doc about it and make things work. Keep listening to phoenix strikes from your nashes and i'll see you again with a new episode next week. Shared this podcast with be you know an head them grew. This is free fight exciting. All you want a beautiful help. 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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

"Fallen at lisa's beeping and things fall in love with all souls or beings fall in love without any expectation of game four window by that to avoid born in low offers booed affection and have fallen now first of all with yourself. Hi there this riady back with another episode of phoenix rise from your own ashes before they begin to remember your victory tree lies in holding yourself together even after falling numerous times in this episode we will talk about how to heal a broken heart and say goodbye to be and you know you are healing and you don't try to forget because you're okay with remembering so in order to heal first of all for you. Forgiven is the first step towards healing no matter what the nature of your penis forgive the person who caused you pain without wishing them back forget to boston for y'all auden peace and wellbeing in order to understand why forgiving is important think about what happens when you are angry with someone you keep going to the buzzed lost recollecting what caused the pain and how much it told you you keep thinking about your perpetrator. You keep fighting with him. Sometimes with them mm-hmm sometimes with yourself. It is a constant fight within you which keeps you risk this and causes more. Can you ever heal could keep scratching and you're not only linda. The woman get was same goes with emotional being on the contrary. When you forgive the person take a step away from queen and the process of detachment begins now. Let's talk about how to forgive as easy as it sounds. Sounds forgiving someone who put you in the situation where you're keep aching stuff. How can you forgive someone. Who else did you heart and soul. The answer is yes. It is a mind game. You have to daniel mind that it was not the person but the situation that for strong the same person must have been good to you somebody the same person must be good to somebody else. Instead of blaming the person accept what happened as an important lesson that life wanted to teach you for your own growth food clear your head of any negative with deanne in your head forgive us. You don't have to wait for them to apologize. You don't have to go to them to dowden that. You don't hold any grudges against them anymore. Just you have to know your don't lose once you forgive. It is important that you don't go back to the same person you go to the same person who broke because you think on lead them we can fix you. You blame yourself thinking. It was a fault in you that made them change that there was something that made them love you and if you become the same pushing you work they will also be the same person they will use stew cling onto those moments that brought to closer in tings quit for some time without realizing that the time has passed the boston has moved on and and it's wendy you who is insisting on being stuck binning force hope on reunion contrary to what to believe the truth is that you need to distance yourself from your source of damage to repair in here you need to move away from that person and move on to all yourself to deal with the pain that the spokesman has caused i i know it's easier said than done and when i talk about it i'm new outside. Oh i've been there. I have been through it. I've experienced every every single moment and every hour of being very deeply and so when i say you need to move will be a newborn nor that i'm speaking from some experience. It just got to cherish the happy moments that you spent with them but it is polished to forget the cause of the pain that you are today. It is wrong to rethink being from the same source twice despite being aware but before you try to delete the entire chapter from your life let's post from the cherish movements when you were in love and you'll love and happiness who need to keep the feeling and confidence that you can love your dissolve and you will get from the separation. You need to learn to be able to live without someone. You have to learn that nobody can be there for you want the time one set knowledge leaves in it. It is important that you don't use another person and don't jump into another relation do not rush into another person complex immediately up to one relations and this is not your heart but your mind trying to seek the same love attention and emotion support trump. Some other source do not use another person to get to with the person when you love the fact is that at this point you're extremely vulnerable and you tend to fall for anyone who softwoods after on what does he. We need more than love this. You will not only make a wrong decision for your so but will also be unpaid to the person you coming to no. Let's understand the metal forever see would hurt our expectations for april which has no definitely forever has no fixtures and impact back. There is nothing called for for example two best friends thing the friendship would last forever what they mean is that it would last to die but dodd awed going to die at the same time. Eventually one of them will die but the other it wasn't a forever and he's left wanting to be but it's time signed for him to make new friends. Maybe involve more reduce what they're now. You may blame love enable to feel it again but you have to be courageous. Here's enough to take another shot at to dissolve. You have to love again. You have to fall in love repeatedly till you begin to rise and for this time mm-hmm. I have a few precautionary measures to suggest firstly. Don't be ashamed of love. It comes with a shock to me that people today are ashamed of love out of loving someone of having feelings for someone and of their own need awfully tough. Love is the most feeling in the squad and you should only only be proud if you're able to feel for someone say guindi save yourself from getting attached to a wrong person getting dash to a wrong person. Can it'd be extremely dangerous. They was dating and damaging for retrial. Choose your relations by sleep. You may think that it's not in your control but let me tell view it is who need to decide to take charge and lead. You need to quench asleep. Decide who you want to get involved. Do not give into a moment of attraction infatuation or inclination attraction is natural and obvious but you have to decide who you want to invest in just as your questions just by making any monetary investment be more cautious and careful by making emotional investment wanna see off now. You can't fall into a river mm-hmm. Next new. Expect from people say do not expect. I say why not it is very natural and obvious for anyone to expect absolutely normal forget humans. Even any modes expect feed the dog twice and he will come every day at the same time expecting food. What an expectation shen. Is it not another form of hoop being hopefully with motor mounts identity that the other person in reciprocate your feelings emotions and services. Let's in fact expectations. Help us have better and stronger relations. What would a person mean to me. Were expected thing from with expectation. You please a lot of faith and confidence and that relationship if i'm dating a guy and i can't expect him to women importing pod and what do i need him for dwy. Not expect a reminder tone of passover assist to my company. Do i not expect from my own self. I won't say won't expect expect. I say no who to expect from one to have been belittle and disappointed by someone there is no point holding on and infect no fall in the world expects picked from everyone we ourselves by default selective we choose awful are fluids our profession education and people likewise we we know what to expect from and before we expect me invest where the financially intellectually or emotionally when these expectations are not don't just let it goi- drop in visiting the moment you stop investing you stop expecting. It's like you will not expect interest from the person. You never lent money to well. That's how how the brain functions next. Take responsibility not blame. You have to know the difference between taking responsibility and taking when you took responsibility for everything that happens to you you please yourself at the superior position where you have the baltimore your life events on the other hand. When you take blame for everything that happens to you you start looking down upon yourself in belittle your own world so i read take responsibility huddling became the home you see become the home that you wish to live in this time to non build a home in manila. Be the home that you belong to be your own. Source source of comfort happiness enjoyed to just in case this person moves of yours not adjoined. You will not feel homesick. You will be as happy as you will with them now. Let's talk about who to love. Love yourself is divorced answer. Give yourself warm that you would give to the person you love the most. I pamper yourself. Libby would bump with the love of your life. Look at yourself asmatullah mauritian as they would look at the person. You need a deeply poor. Love your said said the week you would love the person you love the most accept yourself in the most undesirable cheapen situation love yourself before anyone this also noth- the people who love you it is as important love the people who love you as it is to love yourself. Most of us are actually thanou drowning after people who do not know our most of us are baking someone to stay when they are showing cedo interest in being part of our story. We are making ourselves. I self victim by focusing on wrong rectors when we can be the heat whose if only we start reciprocating defection to the same people. We are receiving frahm tom. We are crying for someone's attention acknowledgement and affection. Why do we have the choice to spite love for people who believe in us who love us remember that you will never have to beg someone to stave the belong to you. Remember that there are people who are dying in crying for your love just as you crying inquisitiveness late can become so much easier. If only they begin to make choices that bring smiles pot sufferings remember to love the people who i love you. This is all for this episode. I'm sure will help you heal and feel healthy both mentally and emotionally i pray to the unit us to bless all souls and beings who are in pain. I printed the almighty bless us peace and positively she had this podcast with others and help them true. They cannot be a gift more precious and more tuition. I'm sending alvin boom to my entire flock of phoenix. You are a beautiful soul. See you swim. Ooh how.

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"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix" Discussed on Phoenix: Rise From Your Own Ashes

"<music> hub hub originals when there is a way you can feel and you know there is a desire. There is something you badly need. There is something you always admire. Obstacle seem to hinder window. Your way and you know it's gonna be hot. Bean meeks you riskless but fashion keeps it alive in your heart. You keep your hand across your heart and dig along deep sigh. You pledge to be strong and that's how you fly. Hi hi there this riady bringing to you of very new podcast dedicated to help you see or shortcomings as your strength you are. You're listening to phoenix rise from your own nashes for those of you. Wondering why phoenix what is here is the answer. Phoenix is some mythical bird that rises from the same ashes that bounced onto as early as five hundred b._c. Legends decreed that the ancient mythical creature of phoenix kleenex would live for five hundred yes near the end of its life. The phoenix would build a funeral pyre for itself and as it began to die it would lay you don on the wood and burst into flames consumed by the fire immediately. The phoenix reemerge renewed from the purifying gashes che's more beautiful and rigo than before and it would live for another five hundred years until the process would repeat perpetually this represents transformation death and rebirth in its fire. The phoenix is the ultimate symbol of strength and renewal added symbolizes something that emerges from something that has been destroyed. This mythical baudoin's buyers to jews struggles to strengthen ourselves ourselves. It tells us that no matter how many times before our victory lies in rising again in other words grew through through what you go through a famous author once said as the location codes when the phoenix research from the flames she is even more beautiful food and before. I believe we all have the super borrow phoenix. We can all miseries in magic by using our shortcomings to strengthen strengthen ourselves for example if you are rejected in a job or in relation use those reasons to walk on yourself and bring out a better version of yourself you take a step towards renewal banou reject to quit and pledged to continue to this podcast we will talk about earning <unk> everything pessimistic into positive from depression too hard break from work life balance to becoming the person you deserve to be this podcast tailgated to strengthening imbaba putting an uplifting every single individual who gets to listen to it it is a podcast has dedicated to victory over depression a story of determination a story of turning dreams into reality in a world where we are all clouded by other idea of who we are and what we are capable off. This sport cost aims to help you become the best washing off yourself. If if you're tired of the challenges that life throws at you then remember it is the wholeness that brings the deepest realizations of life it is the dampness says that makes you aware of your very existence. Life wouldn't have been so real without being then scars. Also i want to remind you that you are capable of becoming everything that you dream of you have the power to achieve everything that you desire to work hard for and most importantly lee. You are self sufficient. All you have to do is just be active. Don't sit idle and trust me. If you like to keep yourself busy. There is his enough for you to do in this world right paid jove walked traveled. Do anything you wish but never sit idle because that is the worst you can do to yourself also try and make a positive change in as many lives as you can leave a positive message wherever you go give the reason to smile hand whole does warren need and always have love compassion and consideration for all lives in in my opinion. The biggest is the sin of hurting someone just as it is important to be true to yourself and to your work to be a good professional professional. It is important to prove homeless to fellow beings to be a good human on ps two good believe in the bar of karma and leave the addressed. The universe don't depend on their light balloon spoke. Let no fear block your way bill firefly in the dark. This is all for now next time. When we meet we will talk about depression to know more about me. You can connect with me on instagram. My handle is be pre-owned august. You can also look for me on facebook. Lincoln and twitter sure this podcast with your near and dear ones as we head towards becoming a better person listen and creating a better society. Even one single both can be benefitted by listening to this. My purpose would be fulfilled in this world where depression depression and stress are common issues with people of all ages the best gift us motivation. Keep listening to phoenix drives from your own ashes and create your own flock of phoenix. This is exciting goal. I'm sending love and warmth to you on you oughta beautiful so <music>. I hope you enjoyed this hubbub. Original podcast. You want to get started with your own. Show plays to get in touch. We'd love to have you onboard. Send an email to info at hub dot com. That's info at hubbub dot com and we'll get back to you in a flash. We're looking forward to creating some great audio content together.

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