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"providian" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
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Nobody knows exactly how this is going to be going down, but we do know one thing. It's not happening in Vegas. The League hasn't commented publicly on exactly what they're gonNA do but people are speculating that it might be a studio show with cut INS to team headquarters for picks. The draft still strapped is still going to be held on April twenty third and go through April, twenty fifth, and out of all of this, we now have a new word co videos. I find that to be word go. Video. The governor of Colorado with it came up with it. He said that he is tired of seeing social media. Posts of people, not taking it seriously of people licking things, trying different challenges and doing all they can to. Latin Curve Providian exactly a whole as good co- video is great, and we all want everybody to keep social distancing. If you're one of the people who thinks it's funny, not to you are video. Don't be. Better, and those are three things. Thank you I love. 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"providian" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
"They are delivering personalization to their customers members and clients unfortunately the majority of the time organizations are only delivering basic personalization and are focused more on product sales than in helping the consumer manager finances or their daily life in other words. There's a massive personalization gap on today's podcast. We'll discuss the importance in process of delivery hyper personalized experiences across all channels. As part of digital transformation process we also discussed the importance of creating personalized engagement requires a minimum amount of effort from the consumer to make it happen. I am joined today by. Jody Beget President of the Americas for award winning Financial Services. Personalization agency personnel checks. Jody's an industry veteran having previously been partner at McKinsey and Company and also working at us. Bank Wells Fargo and providian personalities versus some of the largest financial institutions worldwide using Ai. Predictive analytics machine learning and other technologies to engage and serve consumers swap them to the show. Jody as I mentioned to you in exchange before call today I've been following personalities for quite some time now. Your solutions have been featured in the financial brand. And the Digital Bank reporting your company continues to be at the forefront of the potential of using data and digital technologies to deliver hyper personalized experiences for consumers in fact personality even been mentioned in a previous banking transformed podcasts as it were when we interviewed Sophie Heller from BNP Barabas who I guess partnered with personnel checks on a solution for her company as well so to begin today. Show like to find out. How do you view the current state of personalization not only banking but in businesses general? So the current state of personalization. Jim I think we're in very early stages of maturation in this process. In some cases we've seen personalization as a decoy for selling more things to consumers. I think that's a this is a trap to be aware of shouldn't be code for just selling more stuff should really focus on helping customers that are managed their day-to-day banking and help them achieve their goals. So personalization is much more about helping customers become aware of what's important to them and what action to take with that in mind. I read a recent force or study. I think it's actually offered through your company's website that they actually believed that personalization in banking is way too narrowly applied it really lax customer value. It creates some awkward interactions and normally lack the understanding of a customer's context which I think is very important. They go on to say that water many average to so to speak. No the customer. Most efforts as you mentioned are more focused on the sewing more shit but overall when you look at this what damages that to the customer relationship if really the consumer feels that the personalization the bank says it has or Credit Union. Any Organization says they have is really pretty easy procedures being out for the company's good rather than the consumers right and that's usually pretty transparent for customers to see through those well when crystallisation is essentially a set of offers for a customer. We know that customers have much broader needs and expectations from their banks in terms of helping them manage their their day to day banking. We believe that personalization should really be founded on a deep understanding of customers individual behaviors and their financial transactions and then using that to identify. What kind of insight and advice should I give to this customer at this point in time? So they perceive it to be improving their day to day banking the way they manage their day-to-day banking and that goes far beyond offers. It covers the gamut of different kinds of interactions that are really useful for customers. Things around monitoring their transactions helping them understand when they may have cash flow issues helping them when they can better save so a subset of those do lend themselves to. We talk about advice. You can think about advice as actions offers but only a subset. Lend themselves to that and a broader personalization strategy should really be based on a foundation of deep understanding of customers financial transactions and our cash flow behavior. So really what you're saying is the consumer. Now they don't see personalization is simply get in their address right in the direct mail piece or referencing the fact that they have a a retirement plan you really looking at this as a much deeper understanding from the consumers basis that they say cheese. You really do know me and you're actually working on my behalf correct. Yeah yeah in fact in some ways the more things change the more they stay the same as well so there's been so many changes around how customers interact you know. Forty percent of customers are now active in mobile on a monthly basis in a much higher number in terms of millennials as well we see growing percentage of sales that are done through the digital channels. But we believe that it does come back to some of the fundamental some of the most salient expectations. Customers have which is simply to know to value me an to inform me or advise me while seemingly rather innocuous it's very challenging to execute on these very fundamental expectations that customers now when you talk about expectations have you seen a personnel. Makes any difference between what's expected by say an older versus younger customer or a person with maybe higher income than lower income or are the expectations pretty generalized in overall. So we've studied this. We've been lucky enough to have global base of over sixty million end consumers on the platform. So we can recognize some of the data in the way that customers are embracing interactions or incites. And what we see. Jim Is that customers of all segments value incites but the types of insights they receive are of course different based on their needs because they naturally need to be personalized so all customers appreciate it when banks help anticipate issues for them but customers have difficulty saving for instance. Let's say the Customers that are living more paycheck to paycheck or have difficulty saving. They really appreciate the nudges around improving their savings behavior. Or the warnings around when you may have pending low balance issue and then customers on the more affluent spectrum. They gravitate more towards insights that help them optimize their savings or investment or saving for something important for instance like a goal based solution where they can accomplish a job or a goal that they have so in summary customers appreciate insights and advice but they embrace different kinds of insights based on where they fall in the spectrum of their financial ability. It's funny because I mentioned to you that I have a fifteen year relationship with a very large financial. That really doesn't even have branches where I am now. I have a shorter term. Small business relationship with a more local bank. And what frustrates me? And I don't think that you know yes. I came out of the banking industry. But even though I know what's poss one not too sure if consumers overall don't understand on behalf of themselves was possible and I guess frustrating because I go you know my bank I I mentioned to you. That my financial institution said Y- tell us the level of balances that you'd like to be notified that your bouncers are low when I do the exploding head motion and you should know. They're better than me. Because it's not the same every day. My minimum bounce. That I want on the first month is a whole different than what I wanted to be on the twenty second the month in. Nfl by the way you know when I pay my mortgage you know when I get inflows you know. At what rate I get influencing bows my account. Why are you asking me something that what call basic? Ai should be able to determine for me and you know in the same sense. I sign up for a An Automated Savings Plan. That is not in my finances with the FINTECH that takes money not just round it up but it also takes money based on the availability of fund over above a normal level. Now they notify me when it's done but I never surprised and I look at that as being the what I call the old fashioned 401k when I worked in the corporate world where you know I didn't even know as missing because I never got it well in some cases today I may get if you take it out before because you know that I have more my accountant normal. What's amazing savings plan over the last eighteen months? I have twelve thousand dollars in this. This account is investment services account these types of services. I want my banked to offer this kind of insight and what I used to call the. Gps financial services. I don't want to be told what's happened in my room premier. I want you to predict what I need. Predict what I'm GONNA do predict in some cases what looks like might be wrong and we even talked about the fact that you know. I want to be notified of my subscriptions that I may not be as aware of how many things are being taken out of each month because the things I signed up for the past. I don't realize is happening it now. It's nickel and diming. But those add up and I think from what you're saying. This is the kind of insights a personality is trying to provide your finances for their customers is actually going deeper into the insight using real advanced learning analytics to say it's more than just targeting for the next sale. It's really she's how can you make my life easier correct? I think you said it so well Jim in fact you sound like a real kind of Deva. Tae Around where we believe. The banks should leverage their strength. Their most valuable asset is customer data. That's what will help. Banks deepen relationships win organic growth.
"providian" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"You. I'm sure that people doing big numbers. Were still have a lot of things to learn from it and and people in small numbers short but it's not going to be immediately actionable reasonable for you so if that is you keep this amazing f._b._i. Podcast but if your seven or eight figures on amazon echo. I really think you should check it out so i just want to give you a flavor of what's coming up. Rather distribution list not deeply exciting as podcast go but i just wanted to <hes> if you'll just checking it out. It's not whether it's for you and what sort of topics cover. Here's what's coming up so i will interview with our own ashleigh peers from ten k collective mind who is talking about his last year in e commerce where he went from seven hundred fifty thousand dollars in two thousand eighteen in turnover to run rate this year of one point five the million dollars so that's from scratch in three years <hes> cpas mama and he had the right skills carrying in and let's be clear about that but he didn't have with tons of capital just a convention amount so i still think does an incredible result and also he's a really nice kind of very very clear minded and and feet on the ground business thinker so the so much probably even nothing else check that out really kind of is you enough. These guys have been in the maas mind for nearly two years now of just honed their game to the degree of never heard quality discussion like hearing that said that because it's about me about me i'm just privileged to work with some super smart in great people so do check it out other things coming up then lots and lots of industry expert interviews his flavor and honestly this is about half the list of people who've agreed to come on for interview so several of these already recorded so with ron chef at route from excu manufacturing. We are going to be talking about custom manufacturing new fracturing in china and he's been there about eighteen years and custom manufacturing. I can't emphasize enough. How much is the future of your still. Just purely private labeling stuff. It's gonna get harder and harder but to make a profit without business model and i think he's got a year or two left in it but seen related needs to get onto custom manufacturing so this is a hyper critical skill set the you should be learning. I believe to future proof. Your business. Second is funding which is another massive topic how to fund growth kazini <hes> say scanning business as verne harnish as growth sucks cash. This is the law of gravity of scaling therefore we look into raising capital in one way is debt and and bruce mark <hes> is being is gonna talk to us about. That's our know sullivan coming on from systems culture impact to talk about outsourcing and company any culture and again. If you're getting a business you can have a very painful time. If you keep trying to do it yourself even if you've had say a million dollars a year equivalent which i know some people people have without severe. Guess what you're not gonna get to meet him without without v._a. Or basically a proper team on board so that's something that's definitely a big barrier to entry and also to put it on its head sunday night will add to your comfort and enjoyment of your business if you go with it so that's a few things that we got in-depth just in a bit more superficial detail. <hes> crippling of providian with jason somerville is going to be talking about selling your f._b._i. Business and they have a private equity. Ah tycoon up from the wall street sites a really fascinating angle on that's f._b._i. Reimbursements with ben chambers <hes> amazon often owed about fifty the two hundred thousand dollars freddie series sell at some points in the year. How do you get your hands on. Is it just a fantastic source of cash apart fermenting. Elsa amazon's got your cash. If you can get out of the system guess what does fantastically healthy feel business mangas talking about quality control from china. He's got an incredibly detailed system for doing that. He's keeping out in china running. I make sourcing for nine years now. So seriously knows his business backwards and sideways and in detail connor givens going to talk about the quick outsourcing system that free up of represents and how to outsource quickly and easily pulling a massive came on this morning. We talked about pricing which is a very underrated rated and very important thing for driving profits will turn is coming back on them. We get a super bowl evaluates in the competition from a real standpoint if somebody's not just the numbers or the willie see smart with numbers but from the point of view of <hes> the overall competitive landscape really as ever wills brilliant amazon think always with hearing kennedy's kings coming back on not even sure what we're going to be talking about it with kevin <hes> but he's always a super smart guy when it comes to the marketing sides. I'm sure we'll have lots to lend from him. <hes> what else we coming up. Amazon account suspension with joshua price launching overseas markets with john can't p._p._c. advertising a profit margins with mike cigar gary of p._p._c. entourage what else chris rawlings has come back from judah launch presumed. We'll be talking about launch. Alex alex oxford is coming on to talk about sales tax. He is super super smart at explaining this stuff in very simple terms but yet dealing with all the details as well. Alex is absolutely critical person to listen to if you sell in the u._s._a. <hes> <hes> costas anastassiades is coming back to talk about short term funding brad moscone back. He used to run sell a sense as a super sharp. Guys well china's saucy with mono backfire back far lower for amazon sellers would pull fulson august is coming back on to talk about various different topics. John combination to about translations poor harvests took about chat bots brian johnson talk about p._b._c. greg mersad about product research nadia nice to talk about germany and customer service in germany and probably gonna get miles accountant penny low back to took bookkeeping basics who we have as you can tell an incredible amount of really practical east for content coming up a lot of which is already recorded <unk> added definitely coming out of the next few weeks so get yourself over there folks. It's just a place you need to be. This is not just a bunch of let's fill the airways with the latest kind kind of hack. That's gonna die in two months. I'm taking care to really focus on content days evergreen as possible why because then you listen once and implement over multiple for years <hes> or at least months and then you get the payoff over time so you get better return on your listening time if you like and i think that's a really important metric trick return on listening for me something i aim to give you in spades sagacious over that ten k. collective is the thing you need to look for pancake collective active ecommerce podcast to give it the full title econ jeans aka apple podcasts apps or stitcher. We should be on spotify any minute now. I'm gonna just waiting seem to get ourselves on google play and google costs so it will be more more available if.
"providian" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Sort of topics we cover. Here's what's coming up. So first of all interview with our own Ashleigh peers from the Tuncay collective mastermind who. Is talking about his loss year in ecommerce where he went from seven hundred fifty thousand dollars in twenty eighteen in turnover to run rates this year of one point five million dollars. So that's from scratch in three years soup is mama, and he had the right skills carrying in. Let's be clear about that. But he didn't have tons of comparable just to convince amount. So I still think doesn't incredible result. And also, he's a really nice, kind of very, very clear minded and feet on the ground business thinker. So the so much probably eve nothing else. Check that out really kind of as you enough. These guys have been in the Maas mind for nitty tea is now of just honed their game to the Instagram of never heard quality discussion. Like I hear in that because it's about me, it's not about me. I'm just privileged to work with some super smart, and great people. So do check it out other things coming up. Lots and lots of industry expert interviews his a flavor. And honestly, this is about hall. The list of people who've agreed to come on for an interview. So several of these already recorded. So with Ryan, chef boot from Excu manufacturing we are going to be talking about customer, new factoring in China. He's been there about eighteen years and custody. Factoring can't emphasize enough? How much is the future of you'll still just purely private leaving stuff? It's gonna get harder and harder to make a profit without business model. And I think he's got a year or two left in it. But senior, let's get onto custody too. So this is a hyper critical skill set. The you should be learning I believe, to future proof your business. Second is funding which is another massive topic, how to fund growth because any savings, getting business burn, harnesses growth sucks cash. This is the law of gravity of scaling, therefore, we got to look into raising capital on one way is debt. And Bruce MAC is being is gonna talk to us about, that's our know Sullivan as coming on from systems culture impact to talk about outsourcing. Company culture. Again, if you'll scaling the business, you can have a very painful time, if you keep trying to do it yourself, even if say a million dollars a year equivalent, which I know some people have without survey, guess what? You're not gonna get humidity without without VA, or basically appropriate team on board. So that's something that's definitely a big barrier to entry. And also to put it on its head something that will out to your comfort and enjoyment of your business. If you go that, so that's a few things that we got in-depth just in a bit more superficial detail. Chris fling of Providian with Jason some could be talking about selling you FBI business, and they have a private equity take on that from the Wall Street sites are really fascinating angle on that FBI reimbursements with Ben chambers. Amazon often owes about fifty to one hundred thousand dollars. Freddie series seller at some points in the year. How do you get your hands on us just a fantastic source of cash apart from the outset Amazon's got your cash, if you? Can get out of the system. Guess what does fantastic healthy feel business? Mangas talking about quality control from China. He's gotten incredibly detailed system for doing that. He's been out in China running, I make sourcing for nine years now. So seriously knows his business backwards and sideways in detail. Khanna givens gonna talk about the quick outsourcing system that free up of represents and how to outsource quickly and easily pulling came on this morning. We talked about pricing, which is a very underrated and very important for driving. Profits Wilton is coming back on them. We took about value. It's in the competition from a real standpoint if somebody's not just look at the numbers or the Willie super small with numbers, but from the point of view of the overall competitive landscape, really as ever, wills brilliant, Amazon thinking, always with hearing Kevin kings coming back on even show what we're going to be talking about it with Kevin. But you know what he's always a super smart guy when it comes to the marketing sides. I'm sure we'll have lots. To lend from him. What else we got coming up, I was in account suspension, with Joshua price launching overseas markets with John can't PPC advertising profit margins with Mike cigar of PPC entourage. What else Chris rulings, come back from Judah launch presumed, it would be talking about launch ox, Alex, Oxford is coming on to talk about sales tax. He is super smart at explaining stuff in very simple terms. But yet dealing with all the details as well. Absolutely critical person to listen to. If you sell in the USA. Costas Anastassiades is coming back to talk about. Short term funding. Brad Moss's going back who used to run sell essentials as a super shop guys. Well, China associate with mono Becca law of Amazon says with pull ruffles August is classes coming back on to talk about various different topics. John Calvin ish to about translations poor harvests took about shut bolts pry Johnson talk about PBC Greg Mersad soak about product research, not in ice to talk about Germany and customer service in Germany, and probably gonna get miles accountant penny low back about book, keeping basics who we have, as you can tell an incredible amount of, really practical east full content coming up a lot of which is already recorded at his definitely coming out of the next few weeks. So get yourself over there, folks. It's just a place you need to be. This is not just a bunch of let's fill the Airways, with the latest kind of hack. That's gonna die t months. I'm taking care to really focus on content as evergreen as possible. Why? Because they knew listen once an implement over. For multiple years, or at least months. And then you get the payoff over time that you get better return on your listening time if you like, and I think that's a really important metric return on this thing for me is something I ain't to give you in spades. So get yourself over that ten K collective is the thing you need to look for ten cake collective ecommerce podcast to give it the full title, econ itchy, aka apple podcasts, apps, or Stitcher. We should build Spotify any minute, now I'm gonna just waiting to get ourselves on Google play and Google costs. So it will be more and more valuable, if you can't find on your listening device, your preferred device, then just go to the website and you can listen directly their ten K collective dot com. Ten k one zero k for kilo collectively. CO L, L, E, C, T, I, V, E dot com, ten K collective dot com. Thanks so much for listening to such a very, very lengthy post roll pitch if you like I'm not actually selling things. It's not pitch. On any street sense. It's free and always will be. Of course, we will mention paid services from time to time but I believe in giving like ninety ninety-five percent. Ninety-nine percent body on little pits. At the end say it's not gonna be a pitch fast. We are just aiming to build massive goodwill and getting all sells out there known. And of course, we hope to attract some wonderful people. Masterminds NF people can use the services, the sum of experts provide so much the better. But really, that's how main thrust is to get out there and Bill goodwill. So, you know, more than you'll ever gonna need tonight about this 'cause get yourself over there. And listen, stop listening to mazing FDA what you still doing here. I'm going to go and have a Cup of tea. I suggest you go and do the same speak to you in the night show..
"providian" Discussed on On The Ledge
"What an amazing opportunity. Please do come forward, if you super shy and you don't want to say anything on tape, then you can always just drop me an Email with some words in it, too. Thanks for all the lovely feedback on the p two D'amoto episodes. It's clear that you really love hearing from him, and it was so much fun to do. I've got lots of exciting episodes in the pipeline. But if there's something you'd like me to tackle in the show, then I'd love to hear what that is, as I start planning for the rest of the year. So drop me a line to on the ledge podcast, gmaiLcom and tell me what topics you want to know about. I'm hoping to have an episode on pepperoni is coming up. Also, the long awaited spider plants episode will becoming but if there's any other plaza eat, particularly, like me to cover then do let me know. And I will add it to my list, because many of the episodes that I put out all inspired by listener ideas, because you guys are full of great thoughts. So please share your ideas with me. And you never know you might be hearing that idea brought to life on, on the ledge podcast before you know, it also shout out this week to mine. Listeners in Canada. I realized recently that there's another podcast in Canada called on the ledge, and I think it's politics, one, I was not too confusing for you, having to podcasts could on the ledge the other ones produced by CBC radio. And it's the scribe does a weekly CBC podcast, that makes Cisco and politics personal. I'm not sure what the vent diagram of people who listen to both podcasts called on the ledge is, but I would love to know if that applies to any of you, but I've noticed that not many of you have left a review on apple podcasts or indeed, anywhere else. So come on Canadian listeners, please frontal up and leave a review for on the ledge. I know you're out that all you Canadians. So go on do me a favor and leave me review. The Joseph flower show, what is it? Where is it? What is it about? Well, I guess it's probably one of the world's best known flower shows, partly because it's been around for a very, very long time over a hundred years and takes place in a very prestigious part of London in Chelsea the Chelsea hospital, which is home to lots of retired veterans. And this is really the show that brings together the criminal Krim of British horticulture to celebrate all things plants. The main show gardens outside. Well, there aren't many houseplants on display there. But go into the great Providian and the place is absolutely packed with amazing stands from nurseries from all around the UK, and here is really where the house plant aficionado can get your fix. I'd love to suggest to the RHS that they grouped together all of the indoor plants stands together. So that you can see them on wandering around if your house plot enthusiast, you can see everything together, I will suggest that to them because otherwise, you have to spend the whole time crossing this huge enormous white tent. That is the great pavilion, didn't how big it is. But it's it's flipping enormous. I can tell you looking for the relevant stands that you want to see and there are quite a few that all relevant for us. House plant lovers. I'm an is to speak to three nursery people for this episode. I we're going to start out with a chat with the lovely Andy of Andy's air plants. Now, if you listen closely to one lead you may have heard Andy mentioned before because James Wong and rob stock Vits two of our former guests are both fans and of four plants from him in the past. So it was wonderful to see and these I ever display at Chelsea and boy was gorgeous. Check out my show notes Jane Perron dot com. Some pictures, I wanted to find out for Mandy, why he loves these plants and what it takes to bring a beautiful. Display like this to Chelsea. Hello, my.
"providian" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Morning. I'm gonna pluck my eyes. You can't see this, you can't unsee. What's going on right now? You can't erase some every. No. My question is two years ago in the wintertime, so my camellias got really bent over about snow and then this year when they came back out. They were that plant was probably. Thirty to forty percent covered by Gauls had to cut a whole bunch of stuff out of that one. When I've got a lot of gold kind of in this one head and kind of figure out other than mainly cutting them out is there something I can do to help prevent them or minimized now mainly leaf gall, the one that makes the least swell up from this never had before it will make a lease a totally gnarly. Swollen grotesque is a good word to describe them. And the only only pervasive. You have David is to pluck them off in a bucket. But only accomplished. This is better. Because fungi sized I'll say to be very efficient Providian just clicking them out before it gets effective is. Okay. All right. Well is any kind of association between the damage you had from the snow and ice onto your Camelias? Advocate. You think of anything I do anything. No, not at all. Not at me. Of course into winter. You know, you could prove them pretty heavily, and and at least a third of the plant. Yeah. Yeah. Clean clean up. Best your flower in the leaves the fall.
"providian" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Craig Lucy, tweeting this out I can't imagine that long-term the scooter market is going to survive because so many pedestrians hate them now unless they're under the age of thirty and the taxation issue in Raleigh, North Carolina. They've just imposed a two dollar tax on every east scooter unlocked. So every time you unlock a scooter in North Carolina did cost a dollar from the scooter companies now, it's going to cost you three dollars because. Because of a two dollar tax from the city government, which has decided to to get in on the taxation issue. It's just it's becoming a revenue scheme for local municipalities. That addition to people aiding them, I cannot imagine long-term the east cooter phenomenon is going to last. Let's get back to phone calls here. Jack from Carter's Ville, you're up next. Welcome. Yes. Thank you for taking my call, Eric greatly appreciated. Sure. When it comes to the parents of these children that were brought over the border if they're paying taxes. How do we get around the taxation without representation because the parents won't be able to vote unless there let's citizens. Well, you know, the taxation without representation actually, isn't in the constitution. It's in the constitutional structure, right? I was just wondering because that I've you know that it'd be brought up and I was wondering well s so if you work inside the United States, whether you're a citizen or not you have to pay taxes on the money earned in the country. But it I mean, it's fairly settled law that you have to be a citizen to vote now there are states like California now that actually want to allow illegal immigrants to vote in statewide and local elections in that is constitutionally dubious, in fact, believe the ninth circuit court of appeals is even thrown that out that that's not possible. So taxation without representation Lee, get you so far you you come into this country to work. Work. You understand you can't vote here because you're not a citizen, but you have to pay taxes, and that's not going to change for a while. Now when we come back how can the president reprogram money for the wall before we get there though? I I want to give a quick shout out to Martha Zoller Martha's guest host for me the past she's worked for David produce. She's going to be a constituency coordinator for Brian Kip brand Kim's team announcing today that Martha. We'll be one of a couple of people who will be dedicated to making sure that the people who voted for Brian Kemp are actually paid attention to and that he has people listening to voters across the state of Georgia. Not just people inside Atlanta. I think is very interesting that in his tour of the state he is not really spending a lotta time in metro Atlanta. I think that's good for social conservative voters around the state. Also a bit of news on my end. I guess I'm allowed to announce it I will be the master of ceremonies on Monday. For the inauguration, very honored for flattered that they asked me to do that. I guess I have to wear a tie now on Monday to be emcee for the inauguration. I believe actually it'll be wrapped up. So I should be here. The at four o'clock on Monday for my show. I'll be able to give you all the gossip from the day at the McKenna's Providian at Georgia Tech when we come back reprogramming tax dollars and David Purdue is taking on Mitt Romney in the United States Senate over Romney's op Ed in the Washington Post. I'll give you the update on that. And what produce it?.
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"providian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Trainer over there and let's? Just. Can we get back to checking in with Madonna deceive she release ever gotten to that tribute to Aretha, Franklin sure Yeah and I wanted to live in Paris and also I wanted to eat some? Food So that was the beginning of, my journey as a singer okay I'm sorry Prepare if she's still. Talking. About herself Couple of things can I just get can we get some stuff off our chest about that about the Madonna tribute to? Reap the Franklin that was? Not, attribute. That was a tributary south yeah Ten minutes about her grill can we, get rid. Of that thing. We'll just like the notion of a grill period I don't understand it's like people who like gold, teeth thoroughly just? I, wouldn't wanna. Be drawing attention to my teeth personal. Preference she can barely it's like she has because. It just looks like you. Have, something in. Your. Teeth and you're like what is that? Oh that's okay and that her the way she's talking it sounds like she's got a mouth full of I don't even? Know what yeah it's terrible? Okay So the reason we're talking about Madonna of course is because she, went on for? Just, under ten. Minutes last night during the VM as. Supposed to be a tribute well here's the Franklin. Here's the thing what that's. Not, actually the. Case Says who says Madonna what says Madonna she's like you know she took. To to Instagram. Was like, you guys I this was not giving a tribute to refer Franklin that was not. My intention they asked me to share a story if I had any Aretha Franklin stories like mad props to read the. Franklin I did not I mean she's the. Best I could not give her tribute because that's essentially what she said she said that the speech that she gave at the Vietnamese was intended to was not intended. To, be a tr-, attribute she meant. No d I s r ESPN I didn't do that CNN she said I share, a part of, my. Journey and, thanked Aretha, for inspiring me along the way I did not. Intend, it to do a tribute to her that would. Be impossible in two minutes. With all the noise intense of an award show I could never do her Justice I know well that's the thing. That's frustrating is. I think, because it went on so long that people assumed that it was supposed to be. A tribute to Aretha Franklin because really you know she was there to give a word too I think best new performer. Was the one she gave to Camila Cabello I think it was best. That was her purpose for being there okay giving a tribute to Aretha Franklin was not. The reason in fact that is. True because. My, partner is obsessed with the data and he, was mortified this morning when he saw the headlines and for good reason but when he told me she was, going to, be there, it's like what is she doing there and. Then he was like oh she's there apparently to give out the best Providian of the year there to give video of the year and it ended up going to Camila Cabello and then they that is MTV. Asked her to share any anecdotes that she had in her, career connected, to Aretha so they literally? Asked her do you have, any, stories about Aretha okay now I'm just mad I, feel. Like we all got played and everybody sort of went after Madonna which we do because. Let's be honest we are disposed his an easy target I mean she's wearing a grill and she's also wearing like an ethnic costume which I don't I just it's not no no we don't ask the space yes yeah, right I truly now this is interesting and actually this sort of helps confirm it for. Me I. Did blame. The VM as from the word go because it seemed lazy. To, me that if you were going to try to create a tribute to Aretha Franklin that you would go to Madonna in the first place not because I don't, think Madonna is has earned her place in the pop music pantheon I do I do she has absolutely worked her butt off and she deserves it However I do think that if you, were going to go and get somebody. To. Pay tribute to Aretha Franklin you could find somebody who could do a great job singing I don't know maybe like Jennifer, Hudson who's playing her in the bio pic or like a performer lesser van the Queen. Of pop. Who truly. Did see Aretha as an.
"providian" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
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"providian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So your son play a high school game the saints game but it is a beautiful field and i was just thinking all right next time we're probably is a cat video festival august eighth common i'm going to a saints game i'm sure so there's this new it's at it's probably not new to a lot of people but there's on the saint paul riverside on shepard road there's an old grain elevator there's all those new condos outside of downtown saint paul but there's this green elevator that has been there obviously forever and it's like right kind of across from herod island right and they and they have a food truck called red river kitchen that kind of operates you can't have a kitchen inside the elevator because it always floods but it's an open area and it's a big beautiful kind of park providian called city city house and the food trucks outside of it and you can order cocktails a beer and wine and some cocktails and they have food that's such a river it doesn't get used enough wait for scenic purposes it really does so it was started out as a bike ride until i broke the chain on the bike and then it ended up just being a walking going there and it was kind of a lovely night it was beautiful oh my gosh ended a little cold ended up later on singing karaoke at about ten thirty eleven very karaoke sunday native curious keenan's bar on west seven ha too i think there's karaoke gear karoki have hi i'm west seventh every night of the week it.
"providian" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Look at the whole team and he said we all need to get some better shots everybody get something better well chris you can see that notre dame is in rhythm and mississippi state is not it's era mccowan can't catch the ball any closer to the rim than where she's catching it in that mississippi state entry front court left poll thirty mortgage william lobb all the way up top to row johnson five giveaways for mississippi state to of eight from the field notre dame all five have scored a single bucket william snaps it right johnson capacity reverse near left their barracks the candidate through the mccowan riposte right providian who's head a handful of touches baseline contested jumper is good at mayberry's handed her face ten six that was a pretty good shot wasn't it john that would be exactly what the coach would want off the time out in the insight that krista provided notre dame more spouts pass somehow threaded to shepherd to inside of a of banks at home just inside the right blocked wealth six just shepherd for notre dame is listed at six four mccowan has three inches honor but she looks taller william top of the zips past young no look for cowan palm laying right block rebel that's a senior point guard getting kierra an easy one on a drop off that's how she scores put facs and dropoffs young behind a west coast screen just each side of mid court looks to shepherd forced to qatar in west belt but doubled and smother the ball tip at away vivians other end for mississippi state hesitation dribble shoulder jobs at up top william rhythm pray rims out rebound the muscles mcallen's brings cats were three point it's well the notre dame you look what happens to mississippi state when they don't turn the ball over coming off the time out that's three consecutive possessions where they're going to get points if mccowan makes free throws the badges concludes with the men's national championship tomorrow you can watch all the action on tbs of course you can also hear that gave right here with all these well to the kuebler and company will have the call mccowan line left three throw the air wind blasts in one point game twelve eleven pressure from mississippi state had three to.
"providian" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Been asked to work remotely from their homes and so it's so interesting that they're they're big they're big conference is being snowed out in one would never think the middle of march we're not too far away from saint patrick's day that this would be going on but here you know here we are in england and that's the way it is here one of the things that happened at expo west is that we are thrown in thirty i think it was thirty two hundred booths and when you think about thirty two hundred booths ma they added this convention we'd go upstairs it would be downstairs it would be in the hilton the joining host hotel amari at the other host hotels there would be events there at the sheraton and so they were spread out and for years it's been like this is just never been enough room to have everybody in one big hall so new products were put in different levels in different places well this year the new providian finally got finished they started it a few years ago in every year we go and we see it being built and and novica we can't visually figure it out but you just see this parking lot it was a parking lot and it was a very large parking lot and you went when you see a large parking lot become a building it's extraordinary and you watch the development over the past few years and so now the new convention hall they call it the north hall is done and you walk in to a wall of glass and you see the entire bottom level and then you take the escalator up and there's a top floor it is massive and i'm sharing this with you because this was the place to be the north hall you could not you literally could not get in to the north hall you could not get in at all it was wall to wall people nobody could move and that is the buzz that's.
"providian" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"It's so interesting that they're they're big there big conference is being snowed out in one would never think the middle of march we're not too far away from saint patrick's day that this would be going on but here you know here we are in new england and that's the way it is here one of the things that happened at expo west is that we are thrown in thirty i think it was thirty two hundred booths and when you think about a thirty two hundred booths and they added this convention would go upstairs it would be downstairs it would be in the hilton theo joining host hotel emma marry at the other host hotels there would be events there at the sheraton and so they were spread out and for years it's been like this there's just never been enough room to have everybody in one big hall so new products were put in different levels in different places well this year the new providian finally got finished they started it a few years ago in every year we go and we see it being built and and no know we can't visually figure it out but you just see this parking lot it was a parking lot and it was a very large parking lot and you when when you see a large parking lot become a building it's extraordinary and you watch the development over the past few years and so now the new convention hall they call it the north hall is done and you walk in to a wall of glass and you see the entire bottom level and then you take the escalator up and there's a top floor it is massive and i'm sharing this with you because this was the place to be the north hall you could not you literally could not get in to the north hall you could not get in at all it was wall to wall people nobody could move and.
"providian" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Universal background checks of so and other other uh things that that the nra is going to oppose and those are going to be viewed as as the major concessions on behalf of the white house but it would be pretty shocking to see it assault weapons ban uh endorsed by this white house i i don't really expect to see that but you're absolutely right i mean the is the nra and are are conservatives and our our you know hardcore to a uh supporters going to be happy with everything the white house is going to support probably not i'll have to question i mean reports of the combat i think uh yesterday was uh the charlie brown lucy moment with diane feinstein you know basically having her kinda run to kick that football puerto way so as kind ever verse from the charlie brown thing but more importantly sagara i my question is what does any of this have to do with what happened with the the florida shooting i mean not a single thing that i heard yesterday fundamentally addresses anything that went wrong to fix what happened yeah and you know i think the only providian realistically would be the raising the minimum the minimum age twenty one but beyond that the white house making this as an opportunity to look at all of the different mass shootings at and in to try and put it in some preventative policy but that's also problematic because i mean the average age with mass shooter is 33 years old there's nothing that realistically could be screened against them and then a lot of conservatives are saying this is really a law enforcement issue this is you know where you saw multiseat stomach failure rao word county sorry what's cascades tell you something the entire system of existing laws to include those which are supposed to be checks and laws in place for for weapons leaky seized we're we're not finding even during the shooting the tape was on a twenty minute delay of of what was actually happening inside the.
"providian" Discussed on NewsRadio 680 WPTF
"In many ways a marriage as a financial in a price their bills to pay for two managed and records to keep track of the many marriages one partner handles all the money that this more that's vows passes away the surviving spouse is especially vulnerable if key documents and information hard to find for understand grabbed strategy would be the head off problems by keeping a financial notebook which be accessible to their loved one in time of though let a difficult conversation get on the way of protecting your loved ones gene well coming up on the home stretch your guys the ago i'm thinking about turkey and what you guys so they'll them still thinking about turkey turkey and stuff here thursday the day after all yeah was oh yes which is sandwich family pressure to that is what we do now and and i kinda miss sandwiches and here we have to this is first world problems they say sure uh my wife and her family i go to the youngest one they have thanksgiving are in providian yeah yeah and it's really good and what we do to me i'm just a guy thirty eight right that guy's up but but for my wife and my mother in law and all that it's very convenient they don't have the they'll get up and crooked on a couple of days ahead of them is preparing appealing and all uh vegetable took in turkey there yet we show up two hours later were were almost on the way back full bellies to with great cirque in all the fixings the only thing i miss about that in my wife is starting to something very nice for me i miss having than the leftovers the next day oh sure we come home at that night my wife cooks a small turkey oh and maybe some potato check out the night and we have turkey at a circle from new england and the way we may turkey sandwiches the next was everything you head on the plate the day before he had a sandwich yep yes stuffing the mass potatoes the turkey the cranberry sauce all that got us stuff i went to a restaurant went arms they had a thanksgiving wrath exactly what you described just in a rap it was docile the and don't forget the dukes management can't we.