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"scott brown" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Of jobs are unfilled in Washington state. One of the lowest rates in the U.S. only Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York have a lower percentage of job openings. Microsoft has officially killed off its Internet Explorer browser. The company announced a move last year, but it's now official. Microsoft launched explorer in 1995 and 20 years ago, it controlled 95% of the market. Microsoft is instead focusing on its new browser, Microsoft Edge. The Dow gained 38 points to close at 34,128 NASDAQ rose one ten and the S&P 500 gained 11. This is rob Smith with northwest news radio. The White House is the president may soon address the nation on the Chinese spy balloon in three other objects shot down in the last week. ABC's Andy field has details. With members of both parties demanding more information about those objects shot down over the U.S. and Canada, White House officials now say President Biden's considering giving a speech on what his administration knows about them, and what he plans to do in response. The president could talk about those airspace incursions before he travels to Poland next Monday. Less than 30% of Americans say they're satisfied with immigration levels in the U.S., Brian shook has details. That's the lowest level in a decade according to a new Gallup survey almost two thirds of those dissatisfied say they want less immigration. That share has spiked since President Biden took office in 2021. Gallup adds that the rise in Americans concern on the issue is likely tied to the record number of crossings at the U.S. Mexico border the past two years. I'm Brian shook. From ABC News, tech trends, the Android tablet market is getting another competitor. The 11.6 inch one plus pad is the Chinese brand's first attempt at a tablet, and Android authorities, C Scott Brown says, they're taking a lot of inspiration from their smartphones. The tablet looks like a phone that's been blown up to gargantuan proportions. Even the camera module on the back of the tablet looks like the one that you see on some one plus phones. Unlike some other tablet makers, one plus decided to play with the camera's placement, smack dab in the middle of the tablet, which one plus claims makes it easier to use as a photography device, which is bizarre because who uses tablets for photography anyway. Whether you decide to use it or not, the camera is 13 megapixels, Android 13 comes standard, but Brown says there's still some blanks left to be filled in. What really matters is the software and the price. And it is yet to see if one plus can actually compete with anybody, let alone the iPad. April is when the pad goes on sale. With tech trends, I'm Mike dubsky, ABC News. Northwest traffic from the high performance homes traffic center. We have a check in with our north end updates over the break in second avenue at union street in Seattle and earlier medical aid response has been cleared no congestion here and in the Olympia area in your DuPont on northbound 5 at gravelly like driving early crash has been cleared. We'll have your next northwest traffic update at ten O four. The news radio 1000 FM 97 7 forecast from the northwest crawl space services weather center. Another chilly night is on tap, it will get down to the low 30s. We are back in the upper 40s for Thursday and should stay dry for the most part. Similar forecast for Friday and Saturday as well. Sunday, we inch closer to 50 for highs, but rain showers will also return. I'm Kelly Blair and that's a check of your northwest news radio weather. The danger is a fast food into night's lifebeat report. Fast food is just that. Fast, it's quick, easy, convenient, all the things. But one thing it typically isn't is healthy. According to a recent survey by the Cleveland clinic, almost half of Americans admit they buy fast food at least once a week. Registered dietitian Julia zampano says fast food provides very little nutrition and is mostly made up of processed ingredients, including saturated fats, trans fats, and a lot of salt. Sometimes we can convince ourselves that some fast foods are healthy. There can be certainly choices that are more healthy than others. Zampano says if you need to turn to fast food, maybe try to limit how much you eat on a weekly basis. Also be mindful of what you are getting. I wouldn't classify fast foods as healthy by any means, but there are certainly choices that we can make that are definitely
"scott brown" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"From New York City on TV and on radio. Good morning to all with Tom Keane. ELISA brevis and Jonathan farrow, here's the price action. This Tuesday morning, your equity market just short of 4800 of the close yesterday, we're up today higher again up 18, up four tenths of 1% yield higher to breaking out once more. Happened this time yesterday in and around this time yesterday anyway, Yoshi's breaking out again up another 5 basis points moving 12 basis points higher yesterday. One 67 52 on tens. The equity market doing okay, but a backdrop to this one, bond yields breaking out higher, 5 basis points Tom just short of one 70 after closing out 2021 in and around one 50. What we're trying to do here, John, thank you. What we're trying to do here, folks, as we enter 2022, was look at the themes of December, the themes of November, what we got right, and what we got wrong and talked to smart people away from the bland that day to today grind of it all. Scott Brown is one of those people. He's with Raymond James, but far more importantly, his academic lineage is uncertainty as best in class. He had the privilege of studying it San Diego under the laureates Granger in engel and he knows garch in the study of uncertainty like no one we speak to. Scott, thank you so much for joining us today. We're not going to go into the hetero nature of it. Scott, what this is about is a difference from calm to volatility. Where are we right now? The pandemic, where are we in our calm and then our jumps to volatility? Well, you know, I think we start the year with a lot of optimism that the economy is going to do okay. But there are a number of potential issues, some risks as we look out over the course of the year. Geopolitical obviously you've got a situation in Ukraine that could boil over domestic politics as well, could be a bit of an issue. Natural disasters. We could sell these buyers in Colorado. So I would expect that we're going to see really kind of the ground shifting quite a lot over the course of the year. And again, over the long term, yeah, we're optimistic, but from time to time, things are going to be pretty volatile. So investors should be aware of that and look for opportunities along the way. Well, the end of the heart of the matter, which is an aggressive positivist type one response or a type two fury response. What should our listeners and viewers do? Should they have a plan to do something or do they need a plan to avoid the risks that are out there? Well, I think certainly having a plan is helpful having something here to what your goals are if you're getting closer to retirement or your savings for your child's education or something like that. But I think a lot of this has to do with sort of the tried and true maxims that we have for investing, having a diversified portfolio. It's very difficult to say exactly how things are going to turn out. So you want to have some sectors that are going to be more stable than others. You know, we've got a lot of questions about the economy over the course of the year and certainly we're seeing it now with the labor market. We don't really know where labor force participation is going to end up. We thought it would be a lot stronger in 2021 as schools reopen and so on, but that hasn't really been the case. We may see some improvement in labor force participation over the course of the year. But child care issues are still pretty high with the ongoing pandemic. We've got fewer people going into nursing homes. So that those dependent care issues are still going to be with us and likely to restraining that participation and that means more difficulty for firms and hiring new workers, especially at the entry level positions, all these things that I'm really coming to play. Scott, do you buy the argument that people just have too much saving? They've got too much in their savings to really get a job. I mean, that's basically one theory that people will eat into their savings accounts and then they'll be forced into the labor market and you'll see that participation rate go up. Do you buy it? I don't really buy that much at all. I think in some cases obviously that's the case where people did get pretty substantial benefits. We had a lot of people collecting unemployment who normally wouldn't have gotten unemployment benefits last year, self employed, people working part time, things like that. But most people do want a good paying job and again, I think it's more really a supply issue. The savings may give workers more time to look for a better job. Certainly that's likely to be the case, which means that you're still going to see these pressures for most firms and trying to find good workers for reasonable pay. I think we're seeing pretty substantial increases in pay for positions that are startup. I think that's where a lot of the difficulties are and hiring. You're still going to see a very high level of quits as people look to improve their earnings for most firms. They're not going to be giving you cost of living increases to match inflation. And so for workers to really step up, they either have to move during their job or happen either offer in hand, you know, to compete with their existing firm in order to deceive any real substantial wage increases. Scott, this to me is highly confusing. We're about to get the jolts report in about 90 minutes time, which may come to an all time high. There's more than one and a half jobs per each unemployed American based on a lot of this data, which doesn't seem to make any sense at all. And yet we're not seeing wage increases that are commensurate with inflation. What gives? Can you square this circle for us to get to understanding of what exactly is holding back some of the wage increases from what you would expect if people actually wanted to fill these jobs? Well, you've had a huge shift over the last three or four decades where the union membership in the U.S. for private sector certainly is a lot, lot lower than it was back in the 70s and we used to have like three or 400 work stoppages per year. Now we have less than ten per year. So you've got less wage bargaining for unions. And in turn, we've also had a larger concentration of big firms. And so the bargaining power wage marketing power is really shifted a lot more towards firms. And a typical corporation will, you know, you might get your cost of living increase if might keep inflation normally. But with the increase we saw last year, I think many firms are not opting for that the size of salary increase. But typically, if you're going to want to move up, you're going to have to have another offer at some other firm. And that's just the way the corporate America works these days. So, you know, it's going to vary. I mean, certainly for high skilled positions, any sort of technology, those salaries are going to end up being a lot higher. And certainly, if a worker has one foot out the door, firms are very quickly going to match that salary increase. But you don't want to you as you're saying with a new hire is that there's still some resistance to higher wages there as well. They are paying higher wages. They're still relying a lot on signing bonuses and other sorts of perks. To get people on board. Doctor Brown, you are in St. Petersburg, Florida, our David Westin yesterday spoke with the newly minted mayor of New York City, mayor Adams. You've got a unique vantage point, Raymond James. Tell her audience the distance right now from the economy and the cultures of the rest of America from the urban part of America. Which seems to be really struggling with omicron. How far is St. Petersburg this morning from New York City?
"scott brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Last week The defense over the last week loom is front and center and it's the optimism half hour and Bloomberg surveillance For the gloom crow this is a must watch 30 minutes because we're going to talk to people John they're pushing against all the glue that's out there The state street looking for 4% GDP growth in America this year will catch up with Dan Ives of Wedbush on his big tech call as well Tom At a time where I think earnings season to Lisa's point in the previous hour is taking on a new importance when we kick things off next week What we're doing here in surveillance is jumping into next week on an event of the show folks That's what we're doing right now Scott Brown Raymond James adamant yesterday that it's not as bad as people think And he like Lori heinel suggests you know what The glass is half full At least the next week's CPI in America looking for something north of 8% then we have the earnings season kicking off and an ECB decision in the mix as well Is good news bad news And I'm sorry I'm gonna get absolutely raked into the coals for this because optimism is really wonderful to have and unfortunately I wasn't born with that much of it but I will say that right now if the earnings are really robust if profit margins continue to expand if companies can pass along the increase is that they're seeing an input costs to customers Does the fed then go even harder Does the fed try to disrupt the market Do central banks see an even bigger problem with the potential for inflation becoming unmoored Do you want this to turn into a therapy session for bears Please go ahead I mean honestly I think that this is the tension that how good can things be if the transmission mechanism of monetary policy is markets that frankly a lot of fed officials would like to see I don't know tight a little bit or sell off Well that to be fair after you've finished it's a therapy session for bulls There's probably need it right Equity futures up to ten And then I stacked 100 up around about four tenths of 1% At least it's going to run you through the week ahead the day ahead in just a moment Yields unchanged on a ten year at two 59 58 and crudely So 97 56 it's rolled over We're positive today but back to 97 by 1.3% One of the main inputs for why oil prices why commodities have increased to the degree that they really have Is it because of the war in Ukraine Or is it because of the lack of investment in some of these same commodity areas in the years leading up to it with low prices for so many years 7 30 a.m. we're going to hear from the ECB we're going to get their monetary policy account not their meeting minutes from the march 11th meeting I have been informed It is an account not meeting minutes although it might serve the same purpose We have seen two year yields in Germany rise by about 40 basis points since that march 11th meeting to about zero wavering around a little lower than that How much does the ECB indicate concern about how weak the Euro is versus the dollar That is what I'm going to be looking for in the minutes or excuse me the account Today we also get a bunch of bed speak St. Louis bed president James bullard at 9 a.m. in Atlanta fed president Rafael boss 6 Chicago fed president Charlie Evans at 2 p.m. how much do they talk up How would the effect of the $1.1 trillion yearly reduction in the balance sheet will be on markets So we get more of a sense of how they gain that out what they're going to be looking for to gauge whether they're going to slow it down or keep it going for longer And today the UN General Assembly is meeting to possibly suspend Russia from the Human Rights Council How much they start talking about war crimes and then what does NATO NATO do with foreign ministers still meeting in Brussels in response Can they just simply hammer home that inflation and that sanctions are going to eventually work or do they have to take another step Lisa thank you Let's kick off the market conversation right now We can do that with Lori heinel The global chief investment officer of state street global advisers Lori you're more dovish on the rates outlook than most people in this market that come on this show right now And more constructive on the economy as well Can you walk us through it Absolutely First of all we do think that the reopening trade is still with us And certainly in the U.S. the consumer balance sheets are quite healthy We see employment really being strong And so there are other factors like energy for example which the U.S. has actually benefiting from So we've actually ratcheted down our expectations for U.S. growth a bit but we're still as you say much more bullish The other side of that equation though is if the inflation picture is very destabilizing And one of the things that's going to happen is the comps will start to get harder and harder So we actually think there's a risk here that the fed overreacts to the current prints they may actually be in a tough spot to fall Laurie I want to go to tepper and Carnegie Mellon where you got parchment from and that's the idea of a collective memory of inflation whether it was the wonderful Alan melcher that melts or the late Marvin good friend and the others there So many people listening and watching don't understand what corporations do given inflation You say we're reopening 10% nominal GDP How do corporations respond Well there are several things that are doing First of all they're going to try to pass along those costs to the degree possible And we've seen lots of evidence that many companies have been able to do exactly that And sometimes itself increases like changing the size of packaging for example So they're going to use that tool that they're disposal The other thing the corporations haven't done as aggressively particularly in the service sectors we might have thought over the last several years is invested in technology to improve productivity There are certain industries that you know that was from the Pittsburgh area The steal industry is incredibly more productive than it was years ago where they literally had to have hundreds of people running those plants and now they can do it with dozens or maybe hindrance And the service industry is a place where we're likely to see more robust growth in the future as the reopening trade happens and will companies start to invest in the technology to improve that productivity And this is too much optimism I can't take it You are doing it I think this is struggling Make sure you okay I'm doing just fine I welcome optimism I enjoy it I just am concerned about what that means if you're talking about all of this resilience and increase in productivity For a Federal Reserve that seeking to get inflation down is an increase in productivity and increase in profits consistent with the fed's goals of trying to I don't know crimp the demand side in some ways because what other transmission mechanism do they have to counter this type of inflationary impulse Well certainly they're worried about inflation And we're worried about inflation too And the question is is it supply driven or demand driven And we would argue it's a little bit of both but part of what's creating the acute inflationary pressures in this moment is still the supply side of the equation And we actually saw in some respects the demand shift can taper that inflationary pressure pretty quickly when we saw China for example closing down a bed and oil prices dropping quite a lot And sympathy with that So.
"scott brown" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Voting rights for the formerly incarcerated. He spent his entire campaign talking about his accomplishments in his first term accomplishments that i just mentioned and how he handled the pandemic which he got sky high ratings for. He had a bigger swing against him. Then terry mcauliffe even though he won it was a bigger swing than what happened in virginia. Against former murphy. So whatever you say. Terry mcauliffe has also apply to phil murphy. And that's not to say that like you're right terry. Terry mcauliffe was a yesterday candidate right. He was are in and it's very possible that voters may not have wanted to give him another term. The trump stuff. I have complicated feelings on. Because i think that when democrats talk about trump we can we can be lazy about it and just go around saying trump trump trump trump trump. You know by the end. Terry mcauliffe saying like if glenn young can wins trump donald trump's going to announce the next day like basically don't vote for glenn young men if or else donald trump will come back. And that's like a little hyperbole. It's a little exaggerated. That said. Sarah longwell who's with the bulwark does a podcast. Only nerds like us with love. Which is she has focused groups of voters and then she has people talk about the focus groups and she had a focus group of ten democrats in virginia who are undecided and A lot of them were saying you know i. I'm not sure but Glenn yung-chen he's he sounds like he he's endorsed by trump. He wanted to run because of trump. He's a lot like trump. And i don't like that. We can't have another trump and so i do think the trump stuff worked but it is well i think talking about the fact that trump could come back which by the way is a valid thing to talk about because the guy is probably going to run again in twenty twenty four almost definitely so it's not like trump is gone and we're just bringing back someone who's from the scene forever. He's coming back probably talking about an valid. It is necessary but it is not sufficient. You can't just make your message about trump. i think talking why the republican party has embraced. The worst of trump is important. I think one of our problems in twenty twenty is we were so intent on run against trump which was the most important thing to do is and you saw this in the house. Level in two thousand twenty is that probably we did not define the republican party as well as we define donald trump and not election and that is why donald trump loss and yet we lost ground in the house and a bunch of republicans in the house. One and i still think we have not figured out how to define the republican party. Independent of trump. While letting people know that a lot of the republican party's problems are that they have embraced. The worst of trumpism does that make sense it is. I have a lot of thoughts on this. That i i will share. We get into the prescriptive parts of this. Because i think that this is a repeat what we saw in this race. Which i think is what this is not the main problem. Like i said it's a problem. Adjacent is that we trump is blotted out the sun and we continue to let it blocked out the sun for us in how we think about messaging. And i will say on the flip side glenn. Yung-chen didn't want trump to come to virginia to campaign forum. Glenn hunkin wanted to make sure it was a closed press final teller rally with donald trump. It's not like he clearly didn't think that trump being involved in the race was a good thing for him. He needed trump's base but he didn't wanna openly welcomed trump to virginia. Which tells you something about the potency of trump and how at least this republican candidate who ended up winning was somewhat afraid of having trump campaign with him or else he would have brought to virginia Number three speaking of yung-chen Number three take is. Glenn is god's gift to the republican party and should run for president when his term is up in four years is basically what. Ross delta tweeted on tuesday what do you think of that. I think it is fair to say that young kin ran a very deft campaign. What is it. I spent a lot of time watching his ads in preparation for a episode of campaign. Experts react. They did with peter. Hamby your next guests on offline a few weeks ago. Ads are very smart. they're very They made a very specific and change for a status quo case against mcauliffe and he was glenn is incredibly wealthy. Private equity executive. Who was able to make. Mccall of the insider candidate beholden to corporate interests. And so that. That's a pretty good trick. And he walked the line between courting trump's base and appeasing anti-trump independents and republicans. Very well. now. I would say that to things about this. One is the fact that he was an incomplete. Political outsider made this task much easier. He was not on the frontlines of politics. The last five years being forced to offer public fealty to trump there aren't a bunch of clips of him on fox news saying how much he loves trump. He doesn't have the scar tissue. The trump wars last. And that makes it makes it hard for a lot of republicans who are likely to be at the top of the ticket to replicate what he pulled off. Republicans in virginia made a very specific decision to pick young men because they had picked trumpy candidates long before trump and lost against they picked cancun. Cinelli a complete nutjob attorney general. Who lost and i think in hindsight maybe we should think more about the role. The is weakness played in that twenty. Thirteen history upending victory. They picked against tim caine in two thousand eighteen. They picked corey stewart in actual confederate. Who wasn't even from virginia. He was a confederate carpetbagger from minnesota. To go out of your way to find someone that and so the student. Amanda chase very trumpy and young. Can they pick young kid. It's not clear other can't other primary electorates who have not faced that level of getting their ass kicked are gonna be that clear eyed about the choice they make but before we play in his inaugural parade. I think it is likely they. Glenn junkins political future looks a lot more like scott brown's than a future president. Now scott brown was this pickup truck driving outsider. Who won the massachusetts. Special election to replace senator ted kennedy. It was a huge deal. Republican took a kennedy seat in massachusetts. This guy is the future and now he is like whereas scott brown right he went to new zealand to be. Trump's bathroom. never heard from again nash. It became a national joke. And i don't know they can be a national joke. But he's more the the right person in the right moment then. Some sort of political savant does that make sense. Yes i mean like you said. I think it's it's for all of glenn young talents as a candidate in. I agree like he doesn't isn't sound like trump doesn't sound like congressional republicans. He nodded and winked to the republican base using the republican media machine right on fox and seb gorka show but most voters in virginia didn't see that those appearances they saw softspoken guy. Seemed like a nice suburban. Dad talked about raises for teachers in his ads. Didn't know that. Until i went back because that wasn't in a lot of the coverage that we read Lower taxes keeping schools open letting parents have a saying what their kids learn. Democrats pointed out that this was all bullshit what he was doing and that he was going on gorka show and that he embraced. Donald trump voters. Either didn't hear that or they didn't believe it right. That was gone young but again glenn can probably has a very hard time getting through a republican primary. Someone like glenn getting republican primary particularly on a national level. So i don't know that that's accents can be replicated and again i will point. Everyone's attention to new jersey where there wasn't a republican candidate As talented perhaps as glenn young can running against phil murphy. I guess his name is jack..
"scott brown" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The threes. Looking good in Boston this morning. No question about that mostly blue skies and sunshine. 71 degrees here in the city. Got a ways to go. We'll get to the mid seventies. Today. There is a bit of a breeze. So we've got a hint of fall in the air. Did his September after all. And if you're out tonight going to take it a high school football game, maybe like jacket will be in order. You might need that again tomorrow morning if you're up early, but otherwise the weekend looks spectacular. We've got plenty of sunshine both tomorrow. And Sunday with highs in the seventies tomorrow eighties on Sunday, 71 son in Boston 9 35, on a Friday morning, former Massachusetts senator and US Ambassador Scott Brown. Is ready to jump back into the political arena and his wife, former TV reporter Gail Huff, may be ready to dip her toes into political waters as well. We get more now from WBZ is Laurie Kirby Jail, Huh? Off, a long time Television reporter has filed papers to run for Congress in New Hampshire. She is among a handful of Republicans who have submitted the paperwork to the Federal Election Commission. But half is not formally declared that she's running half is eyeing the seat currently held by Democratic Congressman Chris Papa. Us in a statement says she is deeply concerned about the direction of our country. Her husband, Scott Brown, recently resigned from his job at New England law Boston, saying it's now time to get back in the political arena and help rebuild our party and that rebuilding may well begin with his wife's campaign if she decides to run. Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston's NewsRadio tougher crowd in the second and final debate among the five major candidates for mayor of Boston Mm. Tuesday's preliminary election will choose the top two for the final election day. Coming up in November. Recent polls have put city councillor Michelle Wu with a wide lead over acting Mayor Kim Janey. World Cup officials will be hitting up Gillette Stadium next week, International soccer officials will be in town, kicking the tires in Foxboro at the home of the Patriots as a potential venue for the world's largest sporting event..
"scott brown" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"And you need marketing and sales expertise you call fifth avenue real estate. They will get things. Moving scott brown is with us. The president and ceo of fifth avenue real estate scott. Last time out we were talking about your market research report the fifth dimension. I know that's getting a lot of action on your webpage. Yeah well last week. We picked up on the whole note that We've had more sales in half a year than most of the years in the last probably ten years had the entire year. So it's been an amazing start to the year. We do a little friendly thing on each neighborhood because we break it down by neighborhood on the report and we do a traffic light says red green or yellow. And the interesting thing about that. Last report was for the first time in probably two and a half years every single neighborhood including abbotsford emission both fourteen neighborhoods. We track all had green lights for new townhomes or condominium development torrid pace on new home sales then right -absolutely anything exciting going on downtown vancouver scott well downtown vancouver surprised me because that's the first one that's had a green light in a longer time than i just mentioned and yes actually. There's a project going to be the world's tallest passive house so passive houses basically an entire structure in a way of living that reduces the ecological footprint of a home in a development for. That's gonna come out and for more information on that follow our sister companies website baker west dot com yet. Things continue to sizzle scott. Tell people how they can get a hold of the fifth dimension market research report. Well just like we try to make the data easy to read. Need you to get to..
"scott brown" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"Yeah just tragic tragic stuff all around all too young. And i mean impossible to make sense of any of it really i mean. How often do you hear of multiple in a single car crash. These days the Not the cars are perfectly safe or not impervious to two accidents fatalities to have enough suggestion. They don't but multiples in a single car. I mean it's just. It's such a long way with safety. It has to have been just the most imperfect storms if you will for this to happen and yeah i mean as a father to you. Just you can't help your situation of hearing that call about your own kids and you. Just i mean i've got a sixteen year old son myself and doesn't have as full license yet. But i do think about these sorts of things you know kids out late. Gosh you just get sick. I mean i'll say this is a parent's worst nightmare so And thirty one even jimmy. His family can't be any any less sad about what happened. Thirty one is still a kid. It's it's terrible. Here's the tweet from the missing curfew. Podcast of which jimmy was a host we. We lost her brother today. Goodbye jimmy we will love you forever. Our thoughts prayers and love go out to the hayes families wife kristen and his two beautiful boys bo and mac where heartbroken and absolutely devastated. Today we appreciate all the kind words and certainly everyone in this booth sent their condolences and sympathy sympathy. So the hayes. Family and those who are mourning jimmy anything as well as everybody here who is mourning the three boys from delta any fallen player. is going to get an point of testament. I all social media. This is over the top for jimmy hayes. Eight you do get the feeling that the hayes boys were quite beloved by the community and And you know had a lot of people are just keep saying salt of the earth feet on the ground kind of people. They grew up in a tough neighborhood. there was even a encounter with the infamous whitey bolger and the first for his uncle and father. Yeah when the movie black mask came out a number of years ago. Which was sort of the whitey. Bulger story johnny depp in the lead role. I know hockey reporters were going up to the hayes boys and going you know what were your experiences on on the streets there of south boston and cut very close to home so from a really tough neighborhood to the suburbs of boston and of course All the money and fame that comes with being a national hockey leaguer anyways unimaginable at thirty one years old To be morning a brother sun and everything that jimmy was on the other side. Go over to victoria. Where richard sussman of global has the latest on what you'll need to know everyone to attend lions caps can knox and beyond here going forward this fall. That's next secure. Some price ruck ward here and this is a fifth avenue real estate business break if you're a real estate developer with land or you're planning a new project and you need marketing and sales expertise. You call fifth avenue. Real estate will get things. Moving scott brown is with us. The president and ceo of fifth avenue real estate scott. Last time out we were talking about your market research report the fifth dimension. I know that's getting a lot of action on your webpage..
"scott brown" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"And sales expertise you call fifth avenue real estate. They will get things. Moving scott brown is with us. The president and ceo of fifth avenue real estate scott. Last time out we were talking about your market research report the fifth dimension. I know that's getting a lot of action on your webpage. Yeah well last week. We picked up on the whole note that We've had more sales in half a year than most of the years in the last probably ten years had the entire year. So it's been an amazing start to the year. We do a little friendly thing on each neighborhood because we break it down by neighborhood on the report and we do a traffic light says red green or yellow. And the interesting thing about that. Last report was for the first in probably two and a half years every single neighborhood including abbotsford emission fourteen neighborhoods. We track all had green lights for new townhomes or condominium development torrid pace on new home sales then right absolutely anything exciting going on downtown vancouver scott well. Downtown coober surprised me because that's the first one that's had a green light in a longer time than i just mentioned and yes. Actually there's a project going to be the world's tallest passive house so passive houses basically an entire structure in a way of living that reduces the ecological footprint of home in development. So that's gonna come out and for more information on that follow our sister companies website baker west dot com yet. Things continue to sizzle scott. Tell people how they can get a hold of the fifth dimension market research report. Well just like we try to make the data easy to read needed to get to. We've created our website for the fifty mentioned dossier. Go there download. Report all kinds of goodies for you to look at. And how can people get a hold of you scott as well if they want more information hit the website. F i f t h av dot ca forward slash. Radio scott brown. He is the president and ceo of fifth avenue real estate. I'm brooke ward. This has been a fifth avenue. Real estate business break to secure some price from wall center and a presentation of jaguar. Land rover vancouver. We will get to our blog four questions in a moment as well as the price is right..
"scott brown" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"They will get things moving. Scott brown is with us. The president and ceo of fifth avenue real estate scott last time out. We were talking about your market research. Report the fifth dimension i know. That's getting a lot of action. On your webpage yeah well. Last week we picked up on the whole note that We've had more sales in half a year than most of the years in the last probably ten years had the entire year. So it's been an amazing start to the year. We do a little friendly thing on each neighborhood because we break it down by neighborhood on the report and we do a traffic light says red green or yellow. And the interesting thing about that last report was for the first time in probably two and a half years every single neighborhood including abbotsford emission about fourteen neighborhoods. We track all had green lights for new or condominium development torrid pace on new home sales then right absolutely anything exciting going on downtown vancouver scott well downtown vancouver surprised because that's the first one that's had a green light in a longer time than i just mentioned and yes actually. There's a project going to be the world's tallest passive house so passive houses basically an entire structure in a way of living that reduces the ecological footprint of a home in a development. So that's gonna come out and for more information on that follow our sister companies website baker west dot com yet. Things continue to sizzle scott. Tell people how they can get a hold of the fifth dimension market research report. Well just like we try to make the data easy to read. Need you to get to. We've created our website for the fifth dimension dossier. Go there. Download the report all kinds of goodies for you to look at. And how do people get a hold of you. Scott as well if they want more information hit the website. F i f t h av dossier forward slash radio scott brown. He is the president and ceo of fifth avenue real estate. I'm brooke ward..
"scott brown" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"Our advice called superman before your spouse does check him out. Triple w. zuckerman law that ca brooke ward here and this is a fifth avenue real estate business break if you're a real estate developer with land or you're planning a new project and you need marketing and sales expertise you call fifth avenue real estate. They will get things. Moving scott brown is with us. The president and ceo of fifth avenue real estate scott. Last time out we were talking about your market research report the fifth dimension. I know that's getting a lot of action on your webpage. Yeah well last week. We picked up on the whole note that We've had more sales in half a year than most of the years in the last probably ten years had the entire year. So it's been an amazing start of the year. We do a little friendly thing on each neighborhood because we break it down by neighborhood on the report and we do a traffic light says red green or yellow. And the interesting thing about that. Last report was for the first time in probably two and a half years every single neighborhood including abbotsford emission both fourteen neighborhoods. We track all had green lights for new townhomes or condominium development torrid pace on new home sales then right absolutely anything exciting going on downtown vancouver scott well downtown vancouver surprised me because that's the first one that's had a green light in a longer time. Then i just mentioned and yes actually. There's a project going to be the world's tallest passive house so passive houses basically an entire structure in a way of living that reduces the ecological footprint of a home in a development for. That's gonna come out and for more information on that follow our sister companies website baker west dot com yet. Things continue to sizzle scott. Tell people how they can get a hold of the fifth dimension market research report. Well just like we try to make the data easy to read easy to get to. We've created our website for the fifth dimension dossier. Go there. Download the report all kinds of goodies for you to.
Boo Weekley's Recommendations for 'Fore the People'
"Boo. Okay, so we've had, we have had Kevin kisner. We have had pat Perez. We've had Harry Higgs. Now we've had you give me your next 5 if you're talking about guys, not even 5. Give me three. Me three of your next guys on the PGA Tour that we need to have that are men of the people that are getting resonate with the everyday guy that aren't, you know, out in the out in their out in their dad's rich, you know, backyard doing highfalutin stuff. We need everyday guys. Give me three guys that we need to get besides Kevin, Harry, you and pat. Stephen boat is just the first one. Okay, he's actually like next week. Steven by far is the best. Yeah. 'cause he got the best stores. Him and then who we go after that. Player was that's gonna be tough, like I said, I didn't play. I didn't play much, hang out much with players. You know what I mean? Like, I mean, it was tough, man. If you went teddy wise, I'd give it like Huey. That used to carry for Scott Brown. He's got some good stories. Like, you know what a thing is. It'd be good to throw a cup of candies in there. So you can hear the size that, you know, you can find out who the bitches are out there. You can find that like, you know, this guy here's really a pussy. You know what I mean? He shouldn't even be like, he shouldn't be saying these things. He shouldn't be doing these things and then I was turning like, wow. He really is one of them. But some of the caddies is who I call up. Like, I mean, I'm being seized.
"scott brown" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Now losing support big time and it's getting personal. I mean, you see all these, you know M s DNC. New green deal. Radical socialist programs. Fake news, CNN. They're all turning on each other because Joe Mansion and And Senator Cinema. You know, I'm saying Well, no, we're gonna We're going to have a bipartisan infrastructure bill. We're not going to have one and they're not going to go along with this power grab that the radical left wants to use Now. Now, the left is furious. A great article today By Kimberley Strassel Little Journal. How Biden's agendas hit a Senate wall and the Senate parliamentarian Woman Woman by the name of Elizabeth McDonough. Uh, took away the Democrats plans to use the reconciliation process is just basically a way to bypass the need for 60 votes for closure anyway, uh, to expand and whisked through Joe's trillion dollars of expansion of government. And you know, they wanna fired literally want her fired? And they want to, you know, lump all these bills together. This is how they passed Obamacare, even though Scott Brown was elected as the final vote against Obamacare. So the entire agenda is blowing up. In and Joe and the and the radical New Green deal Socialists face And, you know, I don't think Joe knows what day of the week. It is to be very honest. I just I don't see it anyway. So Joe's now having to reach out the Republicans, I'll I won't know I only raise the corporate tax hike to 15% minimum. Okay. No Republicans should support that. That's a tax increase on every product. Every consumer buys every service every consumer uses. This agenda is an unmitigated disaster. This is not going to end well, socialism, whatever form whatever name whatever manifestation it takes on everything's free, free free. In reality, just like they can't take care and providing a good education for your kids they can't provide for law and order. They didn't keep their keep your doctor plan and save money promises. And they certainly not done a good job with the lockbox for Social Security and Medicare because they're both headed towards insolvency. You can't believe them. You're lying. It will result in more poverty. It will result in broken promises false hope and end with well how much freedom did you compromising Give up in the name of Have a rollover crash, blocking both directions of Drexel east of 41 94. It's also causing their.
"scott brown" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"12 and under who are not vaccinated, The county remains under the CDC Guidance. Maryland Hiders Daily Coronavirus Update Week a morning six and 8 23 people need to get the vaccine even if they've had covert 19 use. Radio 600 KOGO News Radio 600 Kogo live local Breaking e just E. Got to say I was thinking during the break after yesterday's dramatic PGA win by Phil Mickelson. How many old guys are out there taking practice swings today? I just It was an amazing spectacle will have brushes. Take on Phil. The thrill coming up a little later. He's I tell you, Mickelson is the closest thing to Arnold Palmer in our lifetime when you wanna talk about a guy that connects with the masses. May not have won the most majors but is the most popular that was Palmer and Nicklaus. Now it's Michelson and everybody else, especially Tiger. It's really fascinating to watch this play out and just so gratifying to see that yesterday now There has been talk The commission. I actually on my Facebook page Other day wrote this down. Congress's contemplating another independent commission to get answers for the most dangerous threat to domestic tranquility. I wrote I said they should do so we need that independent commission absolutely right now. But it has nothing to do with January 6th. That's merely another Mueller. Witch hunt investigation over the non existent dossier. That once again, the press lied about No, no, We need a commission as to why we allowed our chief foreign adversary. The Communist Chinese. To get away with gain of function research that resulted in a lab Lee that destroyed the American economy, ruin the lives of millions of young people and killed elderly people in congregated living facilities. How about that investigation? You think that You think that so I don't know. Fox News Sunday or ABC or CNN is talking about that? No, they're talking about another Mueller investigation, Missouri Senator Roy Blunt told Chris Wallace. It's too damn early to create another commission. I think it's too early to create a commission and I believe Republicans in the Senate will decide that it's too early TOC that commission no commissions. Often don't work at all. And when they do work like this Simpson Bowles Commission produced a good result. Nothing happened. Ast part of that result. Yeah, And yet naturally on CNN, we see why Republicans lose with former Senator Scott Brown saying, Oh, sure, do the commission. It's a no brainer. Audio eight. To me, it's a no brainer. You look what happened on 9 11 and we were attacked by by foreign terrorist and we wanted to find out immediately. Where was the breakdown? What happened And why? Well, this is no different. It is different. Scott, What the hell are you talking about? This thing in January six has been investigated endlessly, just like Russia, and nothing's there. You got people basically having their civil liberties taken away for trust, passing. The only person died was one of the protesters and we still don't know why the capital policeman Well I worked with and are good people. But there's something funny here that we don't know why or what happened in the circumstance where that woman died. We've got people being prosecuted. And the DOJ investigating you want another commission? While the Chinese air unleashing biological warfare if some of this circumstantial evidence is verified, This is why Republicans lose and rush was right about commissions. Here's what he said long ago is the same old thing. And what you have is a bit of a power play going on here between the two houses. You know, House Republicans were fed up with what's been going on The side of the Senate is an obstruction agency. It has been for a while, and there's a battle going on there, too. And this is I think it's all healthy. It's good and it's about time These people assert themselves in the house, so they have been all along, but I'm glad they're continuing to do it. I think this the The assumption that whatever the 9 11 commission recommends ought to be implemented in a blanket fashion. Is ridiculous. It's panic oriented. And it makes too many assumptions that this commission is right about what they did made no mistakes. I'm all for. You know, new intelligence are somebody's in charge of this sort of thing. But that could be structured in a way to make sense. But getting this person involved in military operations just doesn't make any sense whatsoever. These people are not supposed to be recommending that kind of thing. Anyway, they're just collecting data passing it on to the policy makers. Hey, if you like that, that word of wisdom, another one by rush, you gotta download and listen to the new podcast series. Rush Limbaugh, the man behind the golden EI be microphone. The story's being shared. 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"scott brown" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"How many old guys are out there taking practice swings today? I just It was an amazing spectacle will have brushes. Take on Phil. The thrill coming up a little later. He's I tell you, Mickelson is the closest thing to Arnold Palmer in our lifetime. Do you wanna talk about a guy that connects with the masses? May not have won the most majors but is the most popular that was Palmer and Nicklaus. Now it's Michelson and everybody else, especially Tiger. It's really fascinating to watch this play out and just so gratifying to see that yesterday now There has been talk The commission. I actually on my Facebook page Other day wrote this down. Congress's contemplating another independent commission to get answers for the most dangerous threat to domestic tranquility. I wrote I said they should do so we need that independent commission absolutely right now. But it has nothing to do with January 6th. That's merely another Mueller. Witch hunt investigation over the non existent dossier. That once again, the press lied about No, no, We need a commission as to why we allowed our chief foreign adversary. The Communist Chinese. To get away with gain of function research that resulted in a lab Lee that destroyed the American economy, ruin the lives of millions of young people and killed elderly people in congregated living facilities. How about that investigation? You think that You think that so I don't know. Fox News Sunday or ABC or CNN is talking about that? No, they're talking about another Mueller investigation, Missouri Senator Roy Blunt told Chris Wallace. It's too Often don't work at all. And when they do work like this Simpson Bowles Commission produced a good result. Nothing happened. Ast part of that result. Yeah, And yet naturally on CNN, we see why Republicans lose with former Senator Scott Brown saying, Oh, sure, do the commission. It's a no brainer. Audio eight. To me, it's a no brainer..
Farm Worker Guilty of Killing Iowa Student Mollie Tibbetts
"First degree murder conviction Friday by an Iowa jury of a man in a 2018 death of a college student out for run. Here's ABC struck Sivertsen facing potential life without parole. The jury find the defendant Christian making that Rivera guilty. Prosecutors say the 26 year old farm worker and undocumented immigrants stabbed Molly Tibbets, who was out for a run in Brooklyn, Iowa, and ditched her body in a cornfield. Rivera on the stand, claimed two masked men forced him to do it, implying maybe Habits. Boyfriend was one Iowa assistant attorney General Scott Brown. There's no evidence that supports that defense Attorney Chad Freeze. Can we tell you who did this? No. Next on appeal and a July sentencing
"scott brown" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"They transferrable Space X also successfully landing It's Starship rocket, which it plans to take to the Red Planet one day, adding to the mix the 23 ton chunk of Chinese rocket hurling back to earth burning through the atmosphere Saturday. The threat of scattered debris in the skies and hitting the ground Lingering all week here on Earth. Michelle Franzen, ABC News And those of the people and events that made world news this week. World News this week was written and produced by Chris Howell. I'm Shook Stevenson. ABC NEWS NEW York WOULDn't BREAKING News CHANGES The WORLD ABC News Accurate, Credible and unmatched on Twitter at ABC News Radio. From ABC News Tech trends Last week when Samsung announced the new Galaxy book Pro laptops. They also snuck in a non pro option. There is a Vanilla Galaxy book that is not a proud android Authorities see, Scott Brown says. The Standard Galaxy book lacks some of the features of the pro models, notably Samsung's well regarded Oh led screens. But it does get Intel's latest 11 generation processors. There's only been a few big players that have had 11 general laptops on the market. So now you get to add Samsung into the potentials of of your of your potential shopping list. The Galaxy book also comes with lt e Connectivity and a dedicated button for muting and unyielding yourself on phone calls. Overall, Brown says, Samsung appears to have made a competitive laptop, if not a particularly groundbreaking. One. Nice general laptop for the general consumer. You're not going to stand, you know. A zillion dollars on it, and it's going to be nice, but you have nothing to nothing too exciting with Tech trends. I'm Mark Malard ABC News last year, former President Trump allowed employers to temporarily suspend Social Security payroll taxes for employees who earn less than $4000 bi weekly. The idea was to leave a little more in people's paychecks. Former IRS agent Carla Thompson says it was initially part of the president's reelection program. In 2020. When Trump with was running for president, he said, Hey, employers can make it where your employees don't pay Self security and Medicare and his goal was to forgive that if he was elected the Social Security payroll taxes 12.4%. The employee is responsible for 6.2%, according to AARP workers who differed those taxes still need to pay them back. And while they were originally due April 30th Congress has provided a little more breathing room. So now they get a year or two. Pay that back. They were only going to get the quarter three months to pay that back. Now they're going to get an entire year. So that is great. Those who differed the Texas now have until the end of December to pay them back. I'm Liz Warner. Since we started on the air in Portland can be. Ford wanted to support us. And they have Jeff Eller, Eric Anderson their whole team, and they've taken great care of our listeners. And they continue to do so Wonderful folks can be Ford 503 to 66 2097. Your wife has been demanding that you build a burglar in the backyard or maybe a gazebo or maybe some other structure that has a silly name. Whatever it is that you're supposed to build, Mr Plywood has everything you need to build it would hardware screws and tools, they have it all. 76 southeast, dark, Mr Plywood. Get the vaccine to save lives. Not since World War two have we've been called to come together to protect humanity's future, the nation's top health care organizations are calling to protect people's.
"scott brown" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
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Hey, I want to do a quick interview here. This is with Scott Brown. Good buddy of mine. Have the 2021 Ram tr X and I was so impressed with this vehicle. I had to have him. Call me Take a listen Alright, but well, you know, I was in the 2021 Ram T. Rex. And I was so impressed with that vehicle. I had to reach out to Scott Brown, and he is with new names to Lakas West Region communication manager which used to be F C A. But they're under a new name. The same company, same great product. Got welcome to the show. Hey, Dave. So this'll t Rex Mann Act. You know the hype was there. You know a lot of times. You know what time the hype never fulfills. You know the actual end result. This truck didn't exactly everything you guys said it would do prior to that. Oh lodge. And kind of what was your mindset? What? What is the purpose of the of the T. Rex? Well, I mean, first off. I mean, the mindset is assuming, I think We've seen. You know what? You guys how the Southwest like he used their trucks. The high speed desert stuff. Um, you know, obviously, we've got a pretty, you know, you look at this. The Fiat Chrysler announced the losses. You look at what we've got in the kitty. So to speak, what we've got in the garage. There's a lot of things you know Ram has been on a blazing pace, you know, improving their products they've won. You know, multiple your awards, you know for best truck in the market. And this was a natural progression. You know, for what they've been offering. And you know what? The customers especially here in the Southwest, you know are asking for, um, in demanding, you know, we came up with the rebel, You know, three or four years ago. Um, and that's who was an aggressive off road looking truck. You know, Beef your tire. No, really good looks and a lot of components that people wanted. But not not not quickly. Animal that the tr exes and so you know, listening to our consumers, Um That's that's That's what you know drove us to bring the TRX. Now you had what 700 that had launch control. I have a sneaking feeling They're all sold. Yeah, well, yes. So the initial was a limited edition. You know, 702 trucks for basically represent the 702 horsepower. Yeah, those those sold out in about 20 minutes. I mean, it was pretty amazing. Um, you know the response right out of the chute for for the truck was Got an older gentlemen, It's a massive car collector up in this to And he's probably 70 on no 76 77. He was one of the second or third order one. And And he took a gram diesel and lifted, I think appears arrow and put a rand diesel truck chassis underneath that and sat set that vehicle back out on top of it. Unless you till you hear it. Start up. You don't even know if this guy's a real, you know, Ram fanatic. Yeah. The thing that got me. I mean, I've driven tons of off road vehicles, and I think the thing I like If you just go down the road and accelerate it doesn't just like a trophy truck. It's like the left comes up just about an inch or two inches. And it just makes you smile, and I'm sure that has a lot to do with the 702 horsepower in the amazing suspension system you put underneath that truck. Yeah, well, you know, honestly, and I feel kind of silly saying this, But I truly believe this is the first ever super truck if you if you look at if you look at kind of off road builds, and a lot of different manufacturers have stuff for us, You know? Look, that's what we do with the Wrangler. We both seem really cool parked on a Wrangler and we call it a Mojave or we call the Rubicon. But ultimately that vehicle is still a Wrangler. You know, now it's a Rubicon. It's It's like we both a bunch of parts on Um, with TRX. Um, it's way more than just it's almost like the sum of the parts of way greater than than the individual parts. Right? It's it's a lot more than just strolling. The hellcat motor into Aram 1500. Yeah, it's a lot more than just putting that great suspension. But it's getting all of these components and all of these systems to work together and it truly it's not just a ram 1500 ways with the 700 horse for a mortar and a great suspension. There's So much more going on there. Oh, with without a shadow of a doubt, and anytime anybody gets in that truck, that's the first thing they see is that whoa! Where the numbers How come there's no numbers on the doors, But then when they fired up and drive it, you know if you want to drive it, and, you know, toe a buggy or.
"scott brown" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"We have the honor of having Andrea Scott Brown with us. Today She is the founder and creator of audacious Path. Com and we have just had the best conversation about mindset and how it affects money and money matters. And I'd like to continue that conversation because ah, lot of what you were just talking about. I see when I deal with my clients a lot, so we'll talk about Not being able to save or we talk about their investment balance or what they're in. And a lot of times it's just me sitting down and simplifying it for them. To make it easier to actually put in place and it doesn't have to be complicated. It can be simple. Um, like I was talking before I fall into that. You know that pit fall all the time of its overcomplicate this okay? Let's do this. It allows us an excuse. Oh, yeah. No, I can't do that today. That'll take too long, and it's too complicated. Mm hmm. Right. And then if we just sat down and did it, we realized it took last time that I was trying to talk ourselves out of it. Absolutely well, one of the things that I know you probably deal with all the time is that we associate money with emotions or goals or things and it's really never About the money. How do you help people with that? Or how do you even know? How do you even start approaching that with individuals? It's so true. It's never about the money and it's always about the money, right? I think we need a plat somewhere for that, because that's so true. So money is a tool. Money is a tool that we use to live our lives, and it's a way in which we navigate lives. One of the things that I think is super important to understand is we owe it to ourselves. You have as much money as we need and more because We're here to do life. We're here to fully and completely live life. When we get in the way of that, by not having the money that we need to do that we're not able to accomplish what we want. I mean, we deserve that. We all deserve it. And I in the people that are putting blacks in the way often don't believe they don't believe that. Mm hmm. They don't believe that They're worth it or that they deserve it. And I worked with plants around that of rock. There's a lot of shame that came up in our money course this week. There's a lot of shame with past money behaviors, the way in which Family may have looked at money or treated family members in ways that a negative ways around money expectations. E. Had a client was talking about the fact that her father even now she's in her fifties. Even now says So, Are you making $100,000 yet? I remember. Uh, right. You know, there we come. We come with a lot of different Backgrounds and we we come with a lot of different expectations. And when we feel the weight of that it's time to pause. Stop and look at that and say I said something I want to continue. Is that something that I want to take on and with those family issues those air sometimes a little more difficult because they're so close. Yeah, and I see like you mentioned shame with money. And I see that Ah lot as well. I had one individual say that they she would much rather go to a Actor or go to the dentist, then come and sit with a financial advisor like she just felt so exposed and so vulnerable, yes, and in my head because I've been doing with this for so long. I'm like it's just numbers like it's money it it does not say who you are as a person. It is literally just numbers on a page. Yes and no. So it's just fun, but from the standpoint of the client right, because that's one of the things that I work with the clients is how you step back. How do you become the Observer? How do you make them numbers on a page? How do you make them just something that has happened in the past. And you can sit here today and make a different decision and move forward in the future, and it can look very, very different. Yeah, and like you're saying about making too much money like that makes me think of how much of the mind said it is not that it's easy, but it it really is a mindset reframing. Where? Instead of thinking about what? I don't Wanna make too much money because, you know, then I have all these negative emotions. It's what if you made a lot of money. Just think of all the other people you could be helping either through charities or starting your own foundation. Or in my case, it means that I have more clients that I could help have a better life in the future through money management. So sometimes it's I just love how you say, just step back and take a look at it. How would you speak to a friend who came to you with that, you know story or with Particular situation. What advice would you give to a friend versus yourself? Because we're just so hard on ourselves sometimes. Oh, all the time. I am so good at being beating myself up, and I have a lot of experience, right? It doesn't make it any easier. You know if you know what you should or shouldn't be doing. In many ways and exist. Skill is stopping, and we went as soon as you realize that you just pause. Take a breath. Notice and step back, and I often tell people physically stand up. Physically take a step back because that will trigger in your mind, a way in which To do that. It'll trigger like, okay, I'm gonna step back and I'm gonna act like I'm looking at myself and what is happening in the situation you might be with other people. You might be by yourself. It doesn't matter. You can still see It could be the observer in your mind of watching what you're doing, watching what you're saying, watching you interact or watching others interact in a room. Allows you to have that separation so that the high emotions aren't as intense and again. I'm not saying Don't feel your emotions. Give yourself the time to feel them, give yourself a moment to be in it, And sometimes it's better to not be in it and to watch it and to understand what's happening, and then you can make the decision of not being in or being in it. So it's the decision point. It's the It's the point in which you're able to say I'm choosing to the to do this or I'm not choosing to do this. That makes you the powerful person. How do you start changing your mind set? We talked a lot about stepping back and being the observer, which kind of get you to a certain point. But then how do you are there any tools or anyways, that you recommend Someone starting to make the switch because, Okay, I've said I've stood back. I can see what's happening. Oh, great. Now what radio Like, How do you move them From that point forward, It's all about making choices. It's all about understanding what the opportunities are in any given moment and making a decision. Give this example about making a change of any kind. And when I was in high school, I used to say, um every other word five times in a row, and I didn't understand that I was doing that at all. I didn't know it. Right. So once, one person said, I blew it off. A few people said it or set it over time. Then I started to say, OK, I guess I am doing that then. Would understand that I had said 50 times in the last paragraph. Then I realized I said 10 times in the last sentence, and if you notice then I would Start to say a sentence and realized that I was I had just I just said, um Three times right before I was speaking, and there's my realization of what I was doing, became closer and closer to now, and so at the point where I was able to About I was about to say it, and I said it anyway, because it was the habit. But then I was about to say it, and I chose to still say it, but I knew I was making the choice to say And then at some point, I was I was about to say it..
"scott brown" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And make wealth advisor for the Ellen Backer Investment group. Alan Becker Investment group is located in P. Walk you just east of Highway 1, 64 and Capitol Drive in the town bank building and also in the village of white fish Bait in the Equitable bank building across from Winky's. We also serve clients and Bonita Springs, Florida. Just visit Alan Becker dot com For more details, and today on the show, we have a very special guest. Her name is Andrew's Scott Brown. And she is the founder and creator of Audacious path dot coms. I'm so happy to have you here and thrilled to be here and so excited to talk with you today. Thanks, Sam. Well, and you know, I'm past conversations we've had how the conversation went. I really thought that you would be a good asset to bring on a radio show to talk to our listeners. One from just from your past. You know what you've gone through in life what you've learned from that and then also because you have A bit of a niche in the money mindset. And how do we get through some of those and really live the audacious life that we were meant to live, and you really help individuals in transition and in change? If you could just give us a little bit of a background on who you are, how you got here. You know some of those life lessons you've learned because I really do think that you know, life experience is the best experience and I do think that's why you're such an expert in this field going forward. Thank you so much. Yes, I'm Andrew Scott Ground. I work with women, Mostly some men, and I work with people who are going through major life transitions. I work with people who want to live that audacious life and and walk and skip and jump and slide on their audacious path. The key to that is creating a strong financial foundation. And that's where I start. I love working with people to understand that money is a tool. Money is energy, and it's all because that's what I wanted through. And I. My history is that I was married and had two young Children. I loved coaching. I had heard about this idea of coaching, and I decided it was time for me to do that. So I went to coaching school and I started my own business, and I was loving it home with my two to a young toddler and infant at the time, and it was fabulous. And then my husband came home one day. In the middle of J and said. I was just laid off. I was like, Oh my goodness. The first thing, though, that I said to him immediately was, Yeah. Now you get to you do your own thing, because he's an amazing illustrator and graphic designer and he could do his own business and it was great. So he decided to do that put up his shingle and I was starting my business, and it was Great. In theory, however, all of us and I turned around and we were $30,000 in debt because to new businesses don't quite work instantly. Right? Right. There's a little bit of time where you need to get your feet. On the floor, get the business going. And as you're saying that that just reminds me of some of the stories I've been hearing from March when the pandemic started. I think there's a lot of people that can relate to that of I got laid off. Now It's time to start the dream. But what about the money side rights and it was scary. It was scary, and I turned around and I said Okay. I am going to go back to work for somebody else. I went back to academia and For a year. I focused on the money. It was all about getting on the debt. And so in 12 months we got out of debt completely except for our house. And then I was because I was on that path I got recruited by somebody else and at the same time I was kind of struggling in the marriage, so we, you know we were struggling. And so we decided to get divorced, and in 31 days I was divorced, and five days later, I moved my kids halfway across the country to a new location. The only people I knew where my boss and her family because I work with them both previously And I set up shop. I bought a new house. And it was all about getting established in this new place in this new routine, a completely different culture from where I had been, and it was. It was a transition to say the least. But, you know, at the same time I was setting myself up. Financially to win and to be able to support my family. And so of course, we went through a lot of emotional things. Of course, we went through just huge transitions and understanding what the new routine looks like. And it was for me. It was homework school homework school, know the triumphal of of making sure everything was okay. At the same time, Like proud of myself, like, okay, I set out to do this and this is this is what I meant to be doing right now. Well, And as you say that, I mean, that's an in an incredible jump in a short amount of time. A lot of us won't even know where to start to be able to do that. How did you even like? Most of us won't even think, Okay, we can close a You know, a marriage down in 31 days, more or less and then hate as I'm doing that. Let me then. Pack up the kids and go. How did you do that? Or what were you thinking? Or you know, that just is a huge transition. So for me, it was about what I need to do now. It's survival mode. You know, for a time. It's just okay. I keep my head up, and I used resource is and friends and I knew it. Of course, the relationship didn't end in 31 days did legally. However, it was a long period of time before I am, where things weren't working, and I needed to set myself up for success. Regardless of what happened. And I didn't know, you know, moving forward what that was gonna look like. And so I had to keep a lot of options open and one of the things that I work with the clients around. Is this money mindset? Idea of I want to be okay. No matter what happens, I want to set myself up for success. And that's where looking at options noticing what's happening happening. One of the key things that I teach people about is Being the observer and noticing what's going on. Taking some of the emotion out. Of course, there are feelings. Of course, there are things going on, and I don't never want to stuff them and It's about being in the moment and understanding what's next. And how. How to traverse that. Well, and that's an important thing that you bring up to it that just taking the moment to just look around to see what's really happening. Especially with your money. Ah, lot of times When I'm doing class is one of the things I recommend is even when was the last time you just stopped to look at your credit card statement? Yes. All the charges that are on there. And I've done that in education classes and people would come back to me and go. Oh, you know, I found a gym membership and a magazine membership or I realized I was spending more than I thought. I'm you know. For me, It would be my oils that I spend it on. But whatever that might be for individuals. It's like if you don't just stop and Not let the routine kind of take over and you know, really pay attention to what's important to you. So I think that's great advice of just and it's so simple. It's like just literally stop. What are you spending your money on? And even if it's just for a day, every time you spend something, just stop and think about it. Did a Facebook live recently and I What are the things that you're spending your money on regularly One of the subscriptions that you have signed up for at some points that are just now automatic because there's benefit to things being automatic. There's benefit to you. And there's also benefit to the company because because then you forget about it. So I challenged people to look at all of their subscriptions. And their response is that I got were wonderful because they did stop in look, and they got the idea that Oh, I don't need that anymore. These these are a few places that I can cut or even negotiating some of the subscriptions that you have that you want to keep. It's a great place to say. Okay. What if I.
Nielsen Plans Major TV Ratings Revamp By 2024 To Reflect Streaming’s Impact
"So coming in two thousand twenty four a new look nielsen currency. That's right earlier this week. The measurement giant laid out. Its grand plan over the next couple of years to basically overhaul. It's tv currency into one. That is cross media measuring all video platforms. It's called nielsen. One would like to give a lot of crap at tech and media companies calling their consolidated stacks. One but i guess what else are you going to call it right to us or to nielsen anyway. Nielsen one is latest launch q. Four twenty twenty two and if all goes planned fully transition as the industry's cross media currency of choice by fall. Twenty twenty four. I'm ryan joe managing editor of addicts danger and with me is alison shift senior editor of ad exchanger erin and with us as our special guest is scott brown. Gm of audience measurement at nielsen scott. Hey ryan thanks for having me. I'm actually a frequent Listener to cast cool to join joining today so excited to have a discussion here. So things are having a great to have you You guys actually had recent news in november. You guys updated your currency with non panel data from dish direct tv and video. And so. I was just wondering if you can kind of contextualized that within the new announcement that you're overhauling the currency entirely. Sure absolutely so what. We announced earlier this week. Dubbed nielsen one. And you can give me as much crap as you want about that. But i do like the name because it is simple and it does describe what we are doing and what we announced earlier. This week is we are working towards a new product that will ultimately bring together nielsen's linear measurement of television with measurement across streaming and digital services. And what that means is that in the future. The numbers that yeltsin produces that Feeds into industry buying and selling systems that drives about a hundred billion dollars of annual. Advertising transactions will be fully cross platform which means our traditional businesses really coming together with digital offerings. And to your question around what we announced a few weeks ago is really one of the first steps in that transition because what we announce a few weeks ago is that not only are. We bringing in data across video dish and direct. Tv as you had mentioned but the reason we're doing that is we're going to begin enabling measurement of addressable advertising and targeting. That is starting to come to live television. And so those partners we are working closely with They are the ad tech provider than we are. The measurement company obviously To essentially bring compr- -bility with addressable advertising that is growing in television with the linear Traditional mechanism of advertising. And the reason why that is important in why is a strong linked to kind of where we're going for full cross platform. Is that what it means. Is that nielsen. For the first time will have more flexible way for providing reach and frequency across both addressable and linear on the television screen which is a first step towards really opening this opt to bring the world's together across the streaming and mobile platform exposure. So that you know the second step would be as you mentioned what we're launching in two thousand twenty two now. The true number across linear and address will that also includes measurement across the mobile as well.
Megan Fox accuses Brian Austin Green of making her look like an ‘absent mother’ while he’s ‘dad of the year’
"She i think it's nice to see this side of other. This look watch downs. So you know me well enough in my mouth. But you don't know me well enough to get christmas present gotta get a damn get slide into bed with us starting right now. Morgan is off on her baby room. But you know we have to bring dalil white and back looking like a black field out confidence somewhere there. Let's right into someone who feels somebody else's being a little irresponsible because megan fox put brian austin green blast for posting halloween picture with their son on instagram. So this is what she wrote. You guys get ready. It's not hard to crop them out. I had a great halloween with them yesterday and yet notice how absent they are from my social media. You're so intoxicated with feeding the pervasive narrative. That i'm an absent mother and you are the perennial eternally dedicated. Dad of the year aches dot com. The sade i interpret all of this like how will we mediate this very intelligent shade. Though she went to her the sorace before she like it. It is very. It's a very eloquent re but a read on the less i mean. Do you have a daughter. Is nord child's mother. Put something like this on social media. What would you do well. I'm very lucky. My child's mother has ten followers so no one is ever going to see him into social media very blessed in that way thank you. Lord was crazy. She commented under his poke. This create a post. She went on his pay. Oh wow so. She just came with the flames. I must full disclosure. I am friends with brian. austin green. You are yes. I know brian. We've actually taken our kids out for play date. Yeah for whatnot. Yeah brands have really family oriented guy. And when you're single dead you know you kind of feel like you. Don't get the credit. You deserve the time that just because many with your kids. She's the one that's running off with popstars. It'd be quite honest. And she has three kids she did. Spend the day with brian. Austin green off the show saturday when you have the kids if both parents want post the kids that's fine and was really to me. It was more of him. I didn't take this off. I do feel like when you're going through a breakup. Maybe they had some agreement that we're not privy to. Maybe he broke the verbal agreement that they said. We're not going to post our kids during the agreement was. Don't make me feel bad while i bounce and do this disagreeing. I don't know i just think divorces good for kids because both parents really fight over really loved as someone from a divorce family. My dad said. I love you a lot more than he would have no. Let's keep it going about halloween. You were still kind of on you know. Come down from everything that happened and there were so many costumes to choose from over the weekend. We had to play a little favorites. You guys one of my favorites was sweetie. she did. Destiny's child she was every member of delhi wa and she did a photo shoot. They photoshop this together. And then she was also mystique from x. men and she looked to kill it as mystique is whoa whoa swings not to be played with like she. You know how to claim kind of have the crown for being. The halloween is coming for her neck. And sweden's body is insane. Like wow you gotta be real. You got to be a bad bitch to be mistake. Her body is five hundred. Five quayle right. She s she deserves all the bursaries. Have anything to say. i'll say about him on. The blue cars here would ask janet jackson which was really cool. We do have a halloween. Fail though y'all because travis scott brown with brown batman and apparently they did not go over well people shady him like what are you doing. And so he actually ended up deleting his instagram shade. Him no he do not think that he looks like a bug. Oh wow batson. He looks to me. Looks like cricket some surprise take a little joke joke for living so i feel like if people came at your costume. You would just give it back. You delete her instagram jetting. Yeah no i don't. I don't make a practice to make fun of people who are richer than me anyway. So all i saw was a big white rim lambo right there. Okay bugger no bug. It's a nice car. I scott guy. Apparently we've started a trend because we did cat costumes last week. And jeb bush and money were also cats you guys who wore best normally was cat woman. Gmo woman still at one of the middle and let me know what you think. Really nominee on the better than the one in the middle man escalated. I'm i'm trying to get him on. Your side are you guys. We gotta talk about cardi b. Because she actually has now called off her divorce. It is official for eight dismissal. Why are you so excited about this. Because that is functional dysfunction. And i support it really is. There's an even bigger bombshell though you guys because the divorce. I think we're all happy that. Listen if they if they like it. I love it for them so they belong together. They're young you know what i mean. They're in there and they're they have a very either rockstars a rock star and i think it's hard to have a monogamous relationship in that environment but it's clear that they love each other so if they work it out. Fine what i do. Love is now that they are back together. You know you play with your spouse and i love the offset kind of cardi off guard About lying on tape she she added so if you are not familiar in in in her song walk she says. I don't cook out clean. You know and he was like no you liars. I love this season. they're cleaning. I think it's cute. I mean this is like maybe say. But i really liked cardi in this kind of like just at home. Chilin violence headscarf shows a new side of that. I really liked what she's like just because she's the headscarf. She's ben dressed down before but she's still got the energy yeah. I think it's nice to see this side of a real like. Oh that's like her. An offset have these quiet moments. That are probably really sweet. And that's probably brought them together. Yeah i mean. I like her. You know i mean yeah. Rapid lying is not a new sweeps. Plenty sweden dollars off the floor. She gets quoits. But yeah. I mean look. We did actually cardi for comment about the divorce part as she did hit. As we didn't shocker. she did offset lawyers though. They confirmed this missile. Which i think is funny. They confirmed this. We confirmed the dismissal. Offset wants it to be known this this mayor just on the rolls royce can't cure love. She got the rolls royce. She got the burqas. They happy holidays on what that means. Netflix's number one movie is holiday. Eight confirms that gift-giving can be a little complicated in a nutshell. This guy jackson decides to join his fling carly with her family for christmas. Now after a brief hub at her parents house she actually decides to give him a president and this happens. Sorry i really didn't think doing whole prison because you said we're not doing whole thing. I see so you know me well enough to my mouth. But you don't know me well enough to give me a christmas present. Some cash tomato got forty forty bucks a prostitute. I'll take eighty
Google unveils Pixel phone as pandemic curbs spending
"Has unveiled the pixel for a android authorities see, Scott Brown says. Google's new mid range smartphone smartphone replaces replaces last last year's year's pixel pixel three three this this year year with with the the Google Google pixel pixel for for a a googol googol is is updating updating that that phone phone with with better better specs. specs. Better Better design. design. Better camera better everything while keeping the price the same, which is really incredible that price 350 bucks for that you get a 12.2 megapixel camera 128. Gigs of storage. The Android software gets an update two so that it has more features a lot of the features that you saw in the premium pixel stuff, Brown says. A foray addressed several complaints He's had with other pixel phones, including battery life and pricing. All that stuff that I've complained about over the past four years since Google's for making pixels is completely erased by this phone. This phone is without a doubt, the best phone that Google has made yet Witek friends amount like stone ABC days