3 Burst results for "Redouane"
"redouane" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast
"I mean i would go more gert laps or something along those lines you know. Take a generic universal role playing system fair. And say. Try to make it everything. Nothing basically you know. Look through stuff. I just if i were to run into somebody on the street esser who has that tuned into the forms. Well actually has and listen to our show. Don't know why they would be a bs at that point. Yeah but if i said hey i got this thing. Redouane hopefully loves us important. Those appraiser overdue. Yeah so i i bring up the curses. I wanna run curses stride. But i've got some players nerf down. I want to bring it down. You know only humans you know kind of mess with the rest lingering injuries. I don't want the three deaths saves. I want some. I want to crank up the leaf. Outy or the mortality. Maybe a little bit. Potentially i want it to be more thinking game and not everything is a nail and your hammer in its combat and they go great. Can i go aminov. I but i don't know it's five. They will run if ivy. Play drubbing right. That's what they're going to say. And i don't think that's an invalid response. It may work. Some people like who everybody suggested a different game and undertake and brentwood say or you could just do. Of course you can come in. Ud it's a toolbox exactly. And so i think there is no. There isn't any wrong answer. This discussion even within the any other form thread this called on a couple of times there is no saying yes or no right or wrong is probably the wrong answer. And you're right sean. admit you're right if they're jack-of-all-trades it's too strong. You're right that's destroyed. You got tired for moving so about again. I don't think it's wrong to have a very a very strong opinion. i think. Say the reasons that the beautiful part of the golden age of gaming that we live in now is at. Somebody says this that we'll be really cool. I like blades in the dark blazin dark. Make a great curses drawn system. Here's why somebody out is very passionate about some system as to why it would be really good for the senate and some of those some of the issues very setting of it. I even talked about this..
"redouane" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Or if they need more help improving their skills Through freelancing on upward. That's what I do. I do the workshops to be able to teach people not not just mean because all I do is mostly online webinars. Every time I do events I invite speakers who need the freelancers surveys events in the freelancing community again knowing what I know now prior to having to go through this I was a skeptic. Alyssa's kept it because this this really this early GonNa be my bills and it paid. Morla bill right but there's again pros and cons between discuss later but I am so grateful of how but before we talk about gratitude. Unwanted guests buckle up because we're going to go to the hustle share time machine and go back when you were not freelancing MPG PRIUS. About how you guys did your hustle or were there any previous hustles because a lot of people always compare freelancing misnomer again in. There's a lot of prejudice where people have never done it. I was God. That's just a rocket but ever line dude. You have no fucking idea how lucrative this is right but for for for you guys. How did you start? Your journey is arguing and start again before freelancing. I was a learning specialist and I was a subject matter expert Boca and then I think when that was I did that for probably five years. And then when I found out about freelancing for my first job was a search engine optimization expert so loud ceo say at the per se so that was my first job as a freelance. What year was this like? This was Oh my God. I'm so old it's okay. Nine Word Libero nine nine. That's when Neil was still a good solution piece was hitting the airwaves right so seo back in two thousand nine because again blog in the main content the main thing of Internet still now but more prominently back then is articles articles brass which is interesting because my next job was travel. Writer travel writer for a year some curious because again these types of career paths Mac then was out of the norm. That's that's right that's right. How did you get into those opportunities? In order to skills you have learned through that process. I didn't have experience with. Seo of our. I didn't have experienced travel writing so I just learned on the job. My clients would just give me instructions and that was it. I learned quickly because my previous with a subject matter expert learning specialists be easy for me right so I just evolved on my own but this in this is not in a free lasting and read. This is a proper office. You have to go down five. Seo Travel writing no the SEO. I got that job from a client outside of work. I just went to a website and then I found that client And then the travel writer. That was my first job at upper back. Two thousand nine prior to this. Did you have any kind of non opera? Did you do a nine to five in a physical office harper as a learning specialist guy and as as a subject matter expert okay? So what's the difference between doing a nine to five and now being fully in control of your time and there's again there's pros and cons are big differences right. How that adjustment for you. I'm well it was easy for me to freelance because before I used to wake up at five. Am For for my ninth two thousand. I'm going home by out. I wake up at five. I go why nine PM While. Yeah but no one. I freelance when I free lance. Who has totally different? I wake up at eight. Am allows start reading. More HOURS OF SLEEP HAS AMAZING. I wake up at eight. Am and then. I work right away nobody. Okay Noah Leagues Client. I mean no one. No one would know. Wow so nothing like that. I just work and then sometimes I eat something to some. Sometimes I know intermittent fasting when I loved out at five or six and sometimes if I log out at nine means by overtime device so I see a lot of time and I was running more money. That is the owner time. And you own make more money because you make for current clients being from overseas. Technically you earn in whatever foreign currency. You spend embezzle that's true. I hourly job. My rate was fifty dollars per hour. Yeah wasn't a job already. Seven eight years when asked surging back. What the Hell I'm underpricing. You might be right. So that was two thousand nine. That was already earning of fifteen dollars per hour. Wow this again. In the beauty of of freelancing to is there is no limit technically do how many accounts or how many clients you can have all right now. I'm curious Abe aver. Let's nickname was that the smaller labels it's not like your name is law right okay. You're you're from if someone from the states is asking my name. It's a really thorough ban on billy. Bean odile it's very Meaning they can't hear the short vowel. Sandy though has to be breezy. But they WANNA Sabry Saba Saber emesa salary an American. Let's say they haven't really yet right there. Okay free brave career because you had a very very again Pretty much pretty much around the same age to be honest right. Then you did guys or mclamb agency work and I had so many yes here and the show before where did prior agency into super cutthroat equal. Chew up and you'd look for Your House that experience exactly what you said. Now I'm more are Glenn with my very first job in. I was in a different department business development. So it's mostly Bringing in clients but I joined guys on Clang meany because I wanted to learn how to work in a office environment. I want to know on news I was coming from. I was a fresh Grad. We'd been I was. I wanted to learn how distorted the office on what their politics that they need to know. That our Office Essex stuff like that so I was there for like thirty years. I think after my first six eight months. Chance for do the Department so this time we handle like a lion and it was really good. I have to admit I wasn't really good. Then I realized that so when you because I like doing events with do events. It's different from doing campaigns do campaigns. I say there's a lot of things that really have the one mistake in function up like I said that in the intro. You're cringing now you can turn off the show. So what's Nice about working for any agency? Npr AGENCY ANY AD agencies. Were really really released. Sarp in your skills like you. Will you know how to deal with stuff? The of course a lot of things you learn in the in the news right is really immense. For example at that time was working with sixty I was handling six to eight clients like pharmaceuticals I also handing one corporate brand. Which was which was on 'em fast-moving MC Barron when you fuck up in your words. You're really fucked up there so beating. Everybody knows about it. That bus It's not just you who's fucking up. It's the agency right. Asked the representative present day. So that's when you learn to actually to actually be more responsible so but what we're hard skills that you acquired because again through that experience again through fucking Bob and all that get thrown into fire and you also a fast paced year development. Because if you're throwing the especially the first few jobs right it was not really hard. You won't transform into a butterfly redouane right because it would take a longer route and for you all were those skills. Acquired during your guys are mclondon. It was more of a learning. How do because when you're in PR COMPANY? When you're in an agency you deal mostly with decision makers you thought that the decision makers the people who are actually making decisions for their campaigns for company and you learn how to negotiate with them. Mueller Dr Them when you're engaged You always have to be seeing ball mom but from there. I understood Natalie if I put myself in that level they wouldn't see me as a burst on. Wouldn't listen to me listen to any of my neon known advisor. Mata that's areas or that's why de Tree. That's why a more Bradley three. Our clients like France because the only way that they will be able to listen to them all our mortgage saying something really relevant Ola so our managers that amazing something really good so the only way for them to listen to you and to actually hear what you're saying is if you treat them as your beers And not like you're inferior either. Because the moment they sniff that out as an agency it's.
"redouane" Discussed on Hockey Today
"And it franchise infancy, but like you know the fans, they built up a base there and they had really good teams over the years. You think about it, but there was somebody in the way all the time for them. I mean it was the, the, the Colorado Avalanche or the Dallas Stars, the Redouane Chicago Blackhawks, there's somebody was in their way. And you know finally they get to the Stanley Cup final this year. And they have a game six with a chance to win the Stanley Cup. Think about the, you know, it's just like the capital issue. The decades of fans that have grown up, and parents and fathers and sons mothers and daughters. And you know, there was such a. Bill that last night and you know, it was a hard came through the two periods, and in the third just to kind of freak bounce help the Bruins, and then the kind of took got away from the blues after that. So there was just so much excitement in that city yesterday. And you know it sad for those fans, but as, as I was traveling today, I talked to a few blues fans and I said, you'll be just as happy if you're able to win the Cup on Wednesdays you I am. So they have to figure it out. But it's it's been, you know, it's been really to Uni said, he's great sports, cities and indifferent like I said, Boston is, you know, it's really urban area St Louis is, you know, the downtown little spread out there. You really wanna get into the suburbs in that area to see kind of where things are happening more. But, you know, it's been it's been fun. It's been a fun series and I don't know who I have no idea it was gonna win on Wednesday. Not all, you know, they've it's it's been a crazy series, just when you think you've got gotta figure it out. Right. And Boston's kind of been that way to where they've had some trouble handling prosperity at times as well. I think I just wanna phenomenal game seven, I get I don't have any rooting interest. Maybe there's a part of me because Saint Louis never won before in Boston's had quite the success with all of their franchises there recently. But just give me a classic game seven I think it would be phenomenal for the sport. And let's just let's get it going there for for Wednesday. Yeah. That'd be good. He I'm with you. I mean that's the thing I'm moving for all this just a good clean hard exciting game overtime. But that would be awesome. We haven't had one of those I don't even you know a game seven overtime in the Stanley Cup final after really start thinking about that on my not my time. We've seen cups won in overtime. The in game six is I am you'll devils over the Dallas Stars. Remember that? But but but for a game seven. Yeah. The blue the should be the Blackhawks over the flyers on a similar goal the last night. So Riley goal. Nobody nobody saw it Patrick Kane, he was instantly building the new that he scored guy. But and also before we get to the tweets, you know, there is something, and the raptors fans are going to probably go through it tonight to, you know, is that it's, it's tough. You know, a four I'm sure it's happening in Toronto. We're all the fans are just expecting championship to be one. You know, I saw it with the Rangers firsthand game five back in nineteen ninety four. It's a party atmosphere win this series. And next thing you know you know, you lose game five you lose game six. And now you gotta play you know one goal game in game seven, and when you don't have a lot of experience and the cities of buzz and the stupid, Saint Louis dispatch. Send them out the congratulations before the game and all that I'm not jinx just it's a lot, right? I'm sure players being inundated with ticket requests because and parties, and they and they have to plan this stuff like they gotta plan the parade and everything. So they're kinda messing with the psyche of team that's been just so focused for soul. Along and little experienced at it..