19 Burst results for "Seidman"

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

"And if that person has experience as a performer and especially if they have experience as a performer in a different discipline like as an actor or as someone who can own the stage but doesn't do magic. You'll got a completely different perspective. I learned so much from from my theater degree about performance and even just down to taking classes about technical theater and learning about lighting when you show up to know what needs to be tweaked about the lighting at a gig like that. That stuff is very helpful to learn. Proper microphone technique and all of those technical elements you have to learn and you can learn them by just doing doing it and failing And and learning. But you know there are there are to it. I mean maximum entertainment by ken. Weber is a great book for people who want to do more performances. I believe ken is actually putting out a second version of that. Earn updated version at some point. So that's a that's a great. That's a great tool if you don't have any theater training but if you do have access to a director or someone who who has that experience if you're in a town with a amateur theatre company what eight america community theater you call. It can translate to go and ask those guys at. They'd be happy to help. Oh sure oh sure. I mean community theater. Yeah you have. You have people who are who probably love theater and don't do it to make a living because it's an insanely difficult to do that. And most people who try. Don't just like magic but maybe even more difficult but yeah. There's probably if you're in a tiny town. There's probably still someone who has experienced. That is going to help. And the key is to the key is to look at that person what they've done and make your mind up about what advice you should listen to and what you should discount but give everyone the benefit of the doubt any constructive criticism from anyone is who is is useful. I have a friend called David gerard based on san francisco. One of my favorite performers to watch and he straight up after his gigs not a corporate event probably but he does like a small theater show and he will walk into the bar where people are hanging out and talk to people and he will actually ask people direct questions like. Did you figure out anything. Do you think you know how that works told me how you think that works. Wow like he'll actually. Most magicians are terrified to ask. He says wait that that thing that thing with the book. How do you think it worked like seriously. I'm trying to crack. it was page. Or somebody said the best way to get feedback is hiding in the cubicles in the laboratories after gig hearing this take you to the next level. Yeah yeah i mean. Getting people's getting people's real opinion is incredible. You know if. I had all the resources in the world i would have. I would hire people to go and listen to the audiences. They're walking out and make notes. I absolutely because most magicians myself included can be scared of what people really feel. I mean yeah but if you can get over that you get better quench you'll ben. Thank you so much for taking up so much of your time talking to really really appreciate it. And i very much look forward to meeting in january. It was my pleasure great docking. Which should i hit record at the beginning of this.

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"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

05:09 min | 7 months ago

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

"So all you have is the bible in shake pegasus gimmick shakespeare book testing. That came out seriously. Is that mother of all. I could deal without. I guess. I don't know if it's what i'd want to do as the only trick that i have left though. What can you do so comedy. That's tough is there any way round what you've clearly done. Which is just loads and loads and loads of gigs. Unloads of flight time. What have you learned that can help people short cut through some of the no doubt pain and misery that you encountered ben. Well they mean there's two answers to this answer number one is you cannot cut passed misery. It's the real answer is flight. Time and people ask me that question a lot socially from magicians. No it's fine. It's a good question it makes sense but there's you know the sad answers really there's no there's no shortcuts to be in great at that but the i guess the the positive answer if i was to really try to answer that question i suppose i would say the advice. I have gotten from my stand up. Comedian friends that i think is great. Advice is carry around a notebook or a audio recorder. And when you say something funny and the people who are around you laugh write it down or record it and it doesn't matter if it's out of context and it's not going to work as a joke you still you still do it like what of my very close friends is a comedian named mike. Kaplan i am. Y q kaplan He's one of. He was favourite comedian. My favorite comedian of mind before we even met and became friends and I love his writing his just his voices so sharp and it's so intrinsic to who he is and he's such a great joke writer but he always has a recording device in his pocket. And whenever we're hanging out you know we're making each other laugh..

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"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

05:09 min | 7 months ago

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

"And the number you quoted was certainly reasonable but wait more than i was able to spend. And and so i thought maybe i can. Maybe i can come up with something of my own. And the other thing was i was in college. I wasn't performing in sports jackets. All of the oftentimes. I wouldn't wear a jacket. And i wanted a method. That didn't use a hold out too. I wanted a method that was self contained and even now now that i do wear a sports jacket when i perform consistently. I remove my jacket during the show and And so having a holdout wasn't going to work for me. And so i i set. I set off in this process of trying to develop a routine that looked as close as possible to his but didn't have had different At different different advantages. Because i can take off my jacket. it's all self contained. Nothing can break and Yeah it's been it's been one of the pieces that i do in almost every i would say i would say i do it in every single show because it's It really fits me and the standup. I developed really tells you very quickly who i am and what i what i'm all about. So that's what you open with. It's very close. It's very close to the beginning It's probably the second thing in the royal though. If i'm in a small room and i don't have a microphone then do open with it interesting. Okay so you. For some particular unusual reason you've a captive audience on a desert island ben. One of those people might be a football with a face drawn on it. You are out. Three tricks are they. Is tom hanks in the no. No no no no. I wouldn't do that to you. Know i would be delighted all right so i'm i'm only allowed to bring with me. I would probably bash my head in with iraq. Sounds awful not not not the tricks part. Just being on the desert. And here's the thing. If i brought material with me people would just be like wait. You have the option to bring three things. You picked magic tricks not a radio show or or fishing line. The premise of this is like a sixty year old. Know how old is show on radio for could desert island discs. Where you're allowed like ten records and you then talked the presenter about why you picked those ten records and the stories they tell you about your life. You're not gonna chastised because you didn't bring a tin opener and a radio transmitter. Let's just put all that aside. There's no chastise you are loved and some people would love you to show them a trick. Urine unites break three. What's the audience size. Let's say seventy five great size Let's see i mean that is that is that is a tough a high would probably bring. I mean i would want. I would want four silver dollars and a deck of cards for my own personal okay enjoyment.

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"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

"Particularly with social media to keep it as one continuous shot and then when they asked to do the space episode. Which was the coin sequence when they asked to do that. one not to the spectators directly the camera. I said to myself ok. Well that's gotta be one continuous shot to because there's no good place to cut. It'll be weird if we cut. I think they'd punch in once but it's still from the same cut so that was that was a challenge. But i'm i'm very very happy that i did it. It was such a it was such a quilt cool challenge and And i'm happy. I'm very proud of that. I did it and know that it can be done. I think he's a stunting. The the talent got to be able to be so forthright in in making that request. Well in television i think that is that can be rare but if you put your foot down and you believe in yourself and you believe in what you're doing then i think it can be done the when i did penn and teller's show they asked for me to submit some tricks and i submit. I submitted the piece that i wanted to do and the producer came back and they had seen a thing. I on travel channel and said oh we would. We'd love you to do this this other trek but the truth was i'd already done that on a show. I'd already done that on. Tv show and so having the footage of that didn't seem valuable to me. So i said no i. I've already done that. This is the piece i would like to do. Am i just straight up. Said this is the piece i would like to do on. Fool us and if you don't want that peace than Than than find someone else for the show right and so they said oh okay woke We'll do that then. And i heard stories of other people who've submitted multiple tricks on the producers. Choose and then the the the person that magicians really bummed out. I want to do that one. But if you're comfortable if you're comfortable saying now and you're comfortable losing the job than you have so much more power because you can. You can call the shots and worst case scenario they say no and you say no and you walk away his friends. they'll find someone else. And maybe you lose that opportunity but you you stick to your guns and I think the the reward is greater than the risk. Certainly because in that in that situation you would have ended up with two bits of footage of doing. The same trick is one of the move valuable than the other. Maybe you know. Sure i mean. I mean i. I think that maybe and the travel channel specials. I did weren't seen by that. Many people foolish watched by much more But i wanted to. The reason i did. The foolish is because it really showcases. What my live. Performance looks like those coma. Dns so if anybody hasn't seen it spoiled orla he go watch it but he does bring what watch..

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"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

"Let's say you come out with an insanely good original version of triumph. And you know you perform it and it's this just beautiful piece that you developed the method on you. Do that and someone else does a cheek to cheek deck. Mostly people are gonna think it's the same trick so especially a unique premise. Not just a method. Unique methods are important too but especially unique pry premises so incredibly rare and valuable that That i'm very you know when i come up with things like that. I want to do them. And i wanna put them out into the world and i hope that when people see me they go oh great. We saw some stuff that we we don't necessarily get to see anywhere else. So that's why. I'm i'm about it although i should say. There's an idea that i had years ago that i've been doing which is incredibly incredibly strong which i'm considering i can't can't make up my mind but i'm considering lecturer not at the session and maybe putting it out because i was gonna beautifully segue into that then which is so what you're going to do at the session. The twenty one card trick was ensure. Yeah exactly the session at the session. I'm doing my full show. I'm doing this show that i do that. I make my living with. So i'm doing that. And then i believe i'm doing also a little lecture as well where i'll talk through a couple of rooms in routines and possibly this other one which is a which is a a mental piece at the close up mental abuse that has served me quite well and allows for these wonderful wonderful moment. So i'm with that at the session. We'll see but as far as the the material on the material and brainchild probably won't be prince anytime soon. There's the cellphone trick. And then there's a coin banner sequence which it's a hell of a sequence but what's interesting because there's a couple of bids. I didn't a lot of it for me. But what i did figure out and this was interesting with the methods cancelling each other out. Yes it seemed to be a sequential thing that went through vanish of how many how many half dollars was. I think it was six six silver dollars on everyone. It seemed was a different technique. Yes i yeah..

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

04:59 min | 7 months ago

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

"I think teaching young people about science is more important than it ever has been and it was a lot of people who denying science in general so getting kids into it is great and yeah i did segments doing magic on that show and i think they translated it into all the languages so wherever you are listening from. Yeah if you haven't net flex go on there and you might you know if you're in korea. There might be korean person who has overdubbed my voice and And i think wherever you are if you get netflix. You can search for brainchild and see my segments. The ones that. I'm most proud of are on the episodes space and social media. So it's episode one and episode five and Yeah they're they're pieces. That i designed specifically for the show for the theme and i'm really really proud of that material. I've just seen them. And i've just watched them and i am. You see this is an interesting thing. Whenever things on television youtube comments always default to although they may not know the particular inaccurate they will say pre show or setup all stooges and i watched the first one. And i was like okay. There's something that that's crazy and the second one is a beautiful sleight of hand. So do you want to talk about either of them all sure. Yeah this is. This is the first interview that i'm actually talking about. So yeah i'm very. I'm incredibly happy with how they turned out. Obviously hindsight you always want to change things. But there's two interesting things. I think that are worth mentioning number. One is the social media. Piece was I'm i'm concerned one big concern with it and that's that people are just going to go with. Oh they're stooges and because it really looks clean it really looks good But i'm incredibly proud of the method that i developed. They are not stooges at all. I promise from the bottom of my heart. They are completely completely fooled. I didn't have them write down information before the show or anything like that. This really hit them like a ton of bricks and even though it looks completely impossible..

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"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

04:37 min | 7 months ago

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

"And welcome to episode. See how smooth welcome to before. Yeah welcome to episode four of the insider vanishing and on the line. Today i am lucky enough to have been seidman. Ben how are you today. Hello everyone hello damien. i'm wonderful thanks for asking you. I'm currently i was in. I was on a private island in miami. A couple days ago and then las vegas at the palazzo doing a show with derek hughes. And now i'm in the upper peninsula of michigan population. I think it's three now that i'm here. So you know things. Things change quickly guys. Don't get cocky okay. we're gonna kick off with this because some people we have listens around the world <hes>. And you mobile night in the states than you are here so with no disrespect intended. Who are you and what do you do no no not at all. I'm very very famous. And the stance. But let's just let's touch without room misspent seidman who are you what do you do. You have forty three seconds. Okay i first of all used the first half of that to clarify that. No one knows who i am. And then i'll use the second half to say i do. Magic tricks <hes>. mostly primarily on stage. You do stand up comedy in magic together. That's most of my work but my background is close up magic which i still do occasionally and still love so. There is something else that you might become more known for which is a new show on netflix. Tell us about that. Yeah yeah that's a fun thing. Yeah i'm very. I'm very honored to appear on a netflix original. That just dropped about a week ago. Called the brainchild and the show is a science show for kids produced by pharrell and also atomic entertainment. Who are the guys who did <hes>. Brain games that apollo robbins and other great magicians also appeared on so they kind of they teamed up with ferrall design. This concept end. It's a kid show version of of brain games in a way where they want to teach kids about science. Which i think especially right now. I don't know how things are over in the uk but especially right now in the united states. I think teaching young people about science is more important than it ever has been and it was a lot of people who denying science in general so getting kids into it is great and yeah i did segments doing magic on that show and i think they translated it into all the languages so wherever you are listening from. Yeah if you haven't net flex go on there and you might you know if you're in korea. There might be korean person who has overdubbed my voice and <hes>. And i think wherever you are if you get netflix. You can search for brainchild and see my segments. The ones that. I'm most proud of are on the episodes space and social media. So it's episode one and episode five and <hes>. Yeah they're they're pieces. That i designed specifically for the show for the theme and i'm really really proud of that material. I've just seen them. And i've just watched them and i am. You see this is an interesting thing. Whenever things on television youtube comments always default to although they may not know the particular inaccurate they will say pre show or setup all stooges and i watched the first one. And i was like okay. There's something that that's crazy and the second one is a beautiful sleight of hand. So do you want to talk about either of them all sure. Yeah this is. This is the first interview that i'm actually talking about. So yeah i'm very. I'm incredibly happy with how they turned out. Obviously hindsight you always want to change things. But there's two interesting things. I think that are worth mentioning number. One is the social media. Piece was <hes>. I'm i'm concerned one big concern with it and that's that people are just going to go with. Oh they're stooges and because it really looks clean it really looks good <hes>. But i'm incredibly proud of the method that i developed. They are not stooges at all. I promise from the bottom of my heart. They are completely completely fooled. I didn't have them write down information before the show or anything like that. This really hit them like a ton of bricks and even though it looks completely impossible. It's a mellow. It's a method that i had developed several years ago and then continued to tweak and finally solved all the problems in time to make it work for this show so that is my promise. People will say. Oh it's completely sat up it. Is i promise you from the bottom of my heart genuinely fooled. It is really really impactful for the spectators live. Let's

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Interview With Ben Seidman

The Insider

04:37 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Ben Seidman

"And welcome to episode. See how smooth welcome to before. Yeah welcome to episode four of the insider vanishing and on the line. Today i am lucky enough to have been seidman. Ben how are you today. Hello everyone hello damien. i'm wonderful thanks for asking you. I'm currently i was in. I was on a private island in miami. A couple days ago and then las vegas at the palazzo doing a show with derek hughes. And now i'm in the upper peninsula of michigan population. I think it's three now that i'm here. So you know things. Things change quickly guys. Don't get cocky okay. we're gonna kick off with this because some people we have listens around the world And you mobile night in the states than you are here so with no disrespect intended. Who are you and what do you do no no not at all. I'm very very famous. And the stance. But let's just let's touch without room misspent seidman who are you what do you do. You have forty three seconds. Okay i first of all used the first half of that to clarify that. No one knows who i am. And then i'll use the second half to say i do. Magic tricks mostly primarily on stage. You do stand up comedy in magic together. That's most of my work but my background is close up magic which i still do occasionally and still love so. There is something else that you might become more known for which is a new show on netflix. Tell us about that. Yeah yeah that's a fun thing. Yeah i'm very. I'm very honored to appear on a netflix original. That just dropped about a week ago. Called the brainchild and the show is a science show for kids produced by pharrell and also atomic entertainment. Who are the guys who did Brain games that apollo robbins and other great magicians also appeared on so they kind of they teamed up with ferrall design. This concept end. It's a kid show version of of brain games in a way where they want to teach kids about science. Which i think especially right now. I don't know how things are over in the uk but especially right now in the united states. I think teaching young people about science is more important than it ever has been and it was a lot of people who denying science in general so getting kids into it is great and yeah i did segments doing magic on that show and i think they translated it into all the languages so wherever you are listening from. Yeah if you haven't net flex go on there and you might you know if you're in korea. There might be korean person who has overdubbed my voice and And i think wherever you are if you get netflix. You can search for brainchild and see my segments. The ones that. I'm most proud of are on the episodes space and social media. So it's episode one and episode five and Yeah they're they're pieces. That i designed specifically for the show for the theme and i'm really really proud of that material. I've just seen them. And i've just watched them and i am. You see this is an interesting thing. Whenever things on television youtube comments always default to although they may not know the particular inaccurate they will say pre show or setup all stooges and i watched the first one. And i was like okay. There's something that that's crazy and the second one is a beautiful sleight of hand. So do you want to talk about either of them all sure. Yeah this is. This is the first interview that i'm actually talking about. So yeah i'm very. I'm incredibly happy with how they turned out. Obviously hindsight you always want to change things. But there's two interesting things. I think that are worth mentioning number. One is the social media. Piece was I'm i'm concerned one big concern with it and that's that people are just going to go with. Oh they're stooges and because it really looks clean it really looks good But i'm incredibly proud of the method that i developed. They are not stooges at all. I promise from the bottom of my heart. They are completely completely fooled. I didn't have them write down information before the show or anything like that. This really hit them like a ton of bricks and even though it looks completely impossible. It's a mellow. It's a method that i had developed several years ago and then continued to tweak and finally solved all the problems in time to make it work for this show so that is my promise. People will say. Oh it's completely sat up it. Is i promise you from the bottom of my heart genuinely fooled. It is really really impactful for the spectators live. Let's

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"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

04:03 min | 7 months ago

"seidman" Discussed on The Insider

"Week's episode of the insider brought here just for change by vanishing inc happy new year to everybody first of all and second of all we're doing we're episode with throwing back with rowing way back to episode four of the show. Which is when. I had the fourteen to interview the one and only ben seidman. Why am i doing this. Well its to remind you of how talented funny and clever thing. Ben is because on wednesday. The sixth of january ben will be joining us to perform his virtual show. Camera tricks on vanishing showtime now in case. You're unaware of what showtime is. We've invited some of the best magicians to perform their virtual shows and then do a sixty minute q. And a. afterwards. This is exclusive. You can ask questions about his tech setup about his trick.

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Interview With Daniela Corrente of Reel

How I Built This

05:05 min | 8 months ago

Interview With Daniela Corrente of Reel

"Hey everyone welcome to how. I built this resilience edition from npr on. These episodes were hearing from entrepreneurs and business leaders about how they've been building resilience into their businesses during this very challenging year. And today we're gonna hear from danielle corrientes ceo and co founder of real. It's a digital platform. The makes saving money easier and helps. People make big purchases like furniture or electron or clothing without taking on credit card debt. Think of this as a society. We've been told that shopping is fine right giving your stress you shop when you find your job saving. It's gary right savings. it's people to have money. We haven't been dawn to see the potential of brown cashflows. People are driven by emotion. Right you are nine. We like to relieve. They were rushing beans but when he comes numbers. I love the musicians that we may come from. Unemotional plays and actually were a real came to live. Where using that behavior knowledge to bring unexperienced of savings as relatable or people. So it's a savings platform. But can you explain how it works. Yeah of course. So let's say you want and you microphone this mike for his amazing this one. Not so much great. You know you want on your microphone. And that he's three hundred dollars rising. Come door website and we go. You would find dollars today. You can have adding beast amount of time a new play with it. Connect your bank account and we automatically start. We'll be money from your bank account doors goal. Ask your saving or sending your load of reinforcement. We go you guy. You are amazing. Your grade you're going to achieve your goals without going into that you can share it with your friends. You can boost that if said bill on the microphone. You once you complete sailing. All you have to do is come from your tubing address and we play the order on your behalf. So there's a full circle from the moment that you want in your microphone to the moment that you're interview in your microphone and you guys partner with some big name. Brands businesses like bloomingdale's and some others And is that how it works. You basically go on your website and you identify products on the website that you need or maybe you don't need but you just want and that's that's what you start to save towards so you can come into website and start saving for whatever you want and that's actually connected with the twenty twenty story that i'm sure we'll get too soon. We also aggregate inventory from thousands of stores so we serve us in aggregate are where we you know scrape their web and present it would civilities of items based on what you have like before and we are starting to direct partnerships with retailers. We bought the point of urges instead of putting something on a wishlist and not taking action. I do actually start saving or things as their shopping. How did you come up with the idea. It was born of personal fascination. wait consumer finance. I was the first one family to move to the states. I moved here for college. And you know the early two thousands if you had a bowl you guard and that was the way they was right. We know any better. I go on my credit card was thousand builder guard i loved. I thought it wants two thousand or reacher. I imagine i mean even sponsored. A child right. I thought i had so much money that i went to uni dot com and sponsor a child for eighteen dollars on. I was just like i. I got two thousand dollar limit. And i had no idea what he was right and then really quickly understood what the high interest that had men i. What did he do. Bay laid became fascinated with financial psychology. Why humans we make decisions that we make because we associate happiness. We'd have started on lifestyle on behalf of lifestyle is gonna win one dollars. Assassination that it had for years. But i didn't do anything that on deal in a couple of years ago and that came out of jews working in advertising in new york act breath that was now go founder was working on and we were chatting one day and he told me. Hey do you actually know. That millennials Credit card and obviously these days sporting years after michael thousand builder. The ask and i'm like wait. Hold on what what happened. What happened in these years. That i haven't been paying attention to consumer finance and i put out a survey monkey and Sent questions as a marketer. I'm curious i would venture now starting accompanied with the intention of understanding the market. And you know what really fascinating answers about people telling me look. I don't know how to say. I want to say but it seems to complicate it. It seems to stressful would be years of selling products to consumers worn on retail. I i started really inking about. How can we connect these feeling like seidman with

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"seidman" Discussed on Off The Pill

Off The Pill

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on Off The Pill

"And then she would just how we should call ourselves something. And yeah, we decide Seidman was pretty jokes like. Seidman is kind of like an insult. It's not anymore right now. It's like it's crazy like you. You get is always like calling like it would be an insult to call someone assignment. You have rapid always be saying like my mind's Seidman or your Seidman this this, you know, I'm the main manure, Seidman, etc. Is now don't know apposite because of lychee if so mentioned something else. Yeah. Lizzy is like if you mean Seidman you like wait, even the YouTube group as. It doesn't work is watching. So it's crazy. So we've literally tied in the way the insole into just just out group name now. But yeah would side to just call ourselves the Seidman 'cause before it just be jokes. Like, we'll Seidman of each other's of each other. She just dissing each other. And yeah, what time we just just grew and grew and grew and it's crazy yo the cyber almost like. Wasn't the thing on twenty seventeen is let you win. I when I laughed to not hope arid like the Seidman, which is like in limbo, right? Like Simon in Josh. And Toby in a few others was still doing videos. You know, did a few Saima this hearing nab, like GTA, etc. It was like an two point where we like I might have to and this point died say, yeah, just slide move on from this. Oh, Simon thing. And then the whole district happened. And then from then it was like huge boom off tonight. We're like came about too. You know, the point where we were before. Like, yeah, we've got all these views. But it's like what what do we do each other? Like, what's what's going on on the thing? Not saved the Seidman. Was a YouTube originals. Original save the Seidman because because of U2. originals we needed we had this silent on the public. Didn't we hardly ever posted any content? We didn't have this in what we have where we have. Now we post every single week. We just had a thing where. We would just post like charity matches and that's pretty much air. And just you know, I was that was pretty much it we didn't post anything else. So we we had side Simon channel. Okay. Youtube like you guys need to have more traffic on the channel foster like do this Seidman originals series. So we'll all k- we have to think of applying so everything. Okay. What would work and we decided would do videos together every week and posted every Sunday the star of two thousand eighteen just to get some trafficking. Right. You know onto the channel and. Over time it just popped off like a bat, bigger and bigger and bigger YouTube originals happened and now it's alright. Didn't really do much, but we gained so much from it not through the views of the original light, the U2. regions didn't really do much for us the stuff around it out said made us do videos every Sunday, right, right? Gos- like a rota. It got us a pestle manager to swallow all of like stuff, it just takes lead in the group..

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"seidman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"'cause none of the people. I've spoken to have done that Diana. They were okay. Within a few years with me talk about ten years. Another couple of I speak to on in the book in that. They lived there for about a year. It took them about two for years to shake it. Also, I think this parasite is entity this entity get it absorbs when it kind of once you've done once there's nothing last week. It goes off and finds someone fresher and healthier. Did you when you woke up after you attempted suicide were you in shock that you were still alive? I I couldn't stab you have a, you know, I don't know if you if you drink or, but you know, when you wake up. And you're drunk and you like where you are. And you're like what happened? It was that kind of situation. I had no hangar. I've never had one of those have a hangover. Nothing. I just woke up fresh sunlight was coming through the bedroom window. It was it was a it was in January it'd been there was snow. I went downstairs and the table is Kevin vodka and rum. Sorry. An and the record player was on was on. Still on the CD player was on scratch and everything there as I left there. And I try to kill myself went bad. Oh, I kind remember going to bad. Absolutely find it was I mean second toilet by could see not come in the house side Seidman second floor. And I realized that there was a time in a very very long time. I want it to rebuild my life. I want to start fresh, and it was amazing moment is Tiffany. And I was homeless for short time. And I use that then to just concentrate on the basics in life because we have a complicate allies start afresh reinvented my career wrote the buck help people with dependency. And it's been.

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"seidman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:35 min | 3 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And I want to hear from you for when five eight zero eight fifty six hundred sister, we can't get away from. We have Ricki Seidman Ricki Seidman. Ricki Seidman served and Bill Bill Clinton came in the Bill Clinton campaign war room. Deputy communications director in the Clinton White House. Cut her teeth running attack ads against Robert Bork or listen to this. Just for those of you who you know, maybe your little younger. There's a term, oh, he got barked. Robert Bork was excellent jurist and was nominated the supreme court and he got worked. Well, who barked him? That would be Ricki Seidman. Ricki Seidman also worked for Senator Ted Kennedy. Now think about that anybody who's a metoo person working for Ted Kennedy. Yeah. Right. I mean, this is a guy his his irony there sexual escapades were so Torius. You don't even have to go to Mary Jo Kopechne. He just go to the stuff that he used to do in in Washington DC on a regular basis. Come on. Everybody knows this to be true. But she worked for for Senator Ted Kennedy, and she was instrumental in convincing need a hill to go public with her claim that Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her with the line that said. Who put I want to get the line because I just. Included this in the this doesn't get deleted by our staff. I- I- -cluded this in the upcoming EIB blast case voters letter woman named Anita hill who claim Thomas once asked who has put pubic hair on my coke. The woman who coached Anita hill is now coaching. Christine blassie Ford. Well, he's got some experience, right? Making up stuff. Okay. So now, let's go to D in San Jose de San Jose. You're on KABC fo-. Thanks for joining us. Hey, brian. Yes. I was calling up because it is just the hypocrisy out of the entire situation. That has me over the edge. No one is speaking about the Keith Ellison. Here's accuser has specifics on everything. And it's a very nearer time occurrence that happened. Cory Booker needs to recuse himself from the Senate hearing on this altogether. He has personally admitted into Stanford taper writing up about himself being a groper and what he's doing sitting on that thing being Spartacus. I have no idea, but there's so many aspects to this misfortune name is on eight studies for the morning after pill, and the the her lawyer is the vice president on one of George Soros groups. Well, so yes, and you look you look at the money and now you can make connections actually back. Sources group, and you can make connections to the heart of the democrat party. But I guess no one really cares about that. Because it appears as if you know, most of the media, and so many in politics aren't interested in those truthful facts. No. And they have policy is just unbelievable. I think that one of the things that the lawyer is doing because she is associated with the whole source group, and all that stuff and Democrats have no consideration at all for the constitution the rule of law etcetera etcetera, I think she's just pushing the envelope is far as she can to see how much control she can have over the constitution because of the constitution over the constitution over the rule of law over the set on principles that the Senate operates on and I think they're just trying to push it to see how much success they've had at destroying the whole they to they want to they want to destroy not just this man's character. But they want to change the institution as it were. And this will be a tactic. If if successful that they will continue using down the line D in San Jose. Appreciate your call in case, if I'm going to hang up on you and go to Dave in Woodside who probably wants to bounce off that last caller, Dave you're on the air. Go right ahead. Yeah. That's just a perfect segue to what I was gonna say Brian. I mean, this is ridiculous. What I just want to ask the Democrats anybody in the audience, please tell me which part of the constitution you actually do support. You don't support the first amendment? You guys are the ones who invented hate speech. Well after somebody who wrote nineteen Eighty-four came up with it. You don't support the second amendment. We shouldn't have guns. Right. You don't support my right to be presumed innocent, you don't support my right to keep my mouth shut and not incriminate myself. I mean, I heard Kristen gillibrand on the on the show on some other show last night talking about how if cabinet doesn't come forward and in FBI investigation of himself. That's all we need that he's guilty. Now, if I don't say, no, there's no way I'm innocent. I have to have put an investigation on me. Then I'm then I'm guilty hick about that think about. Because you know, I had this repressed memory that suddenly came from cancer me last night. I by. Princeton gillibrand thirty six years ago. I don't remember when I don't remember where I don't remember who was there. I don't remember what time of day. It was I just know what happened, and you just know it started you for life. And you haven't been able to live normally FBI now needs to investigate, you know, she needs to insist on an investigation of her. Great. She's guilty. Oh my God. Expelled from the Senate. If she doesn't insist on an investigation she needs to be expelled from the Senate brought up on criminal charges and put in jail because I telling the truth, and I know I'm telling the truth, and you have to believe me because I don't live David Woodside. Excellent call you know, what to do. Get flushed wound up. Earlier in the program. I was flushing collars. Yeah. We're just we're going to get high. Gentler. Now, he was in a really great mood this morning. I want to get to if we just really quick just to seal the segment of just really fast before we get to a news, traffic weather. Bottom of the hour. Sheldon San Francisco Sheldon quickly. Please you're on the air. Yeah. I like to say that I was black American. I switched to Republican second for Donald Trump. Embarrassed that I ever was a democrat. These people are just crazy. They're the biggest things racist prejudice. I have ever seen in my life. He's the one that started this about Whitney Houston that she didn't sound blocking. I saw that documentary had a Whitney Houston just for one day. There was at the theaters he's. Does sound blocking the he started calling her? Why do used it really? I don't remember that. Is that true? Yeah. It is the documentary. Was doing for one day educators. I started. To coach are why do Houston she did it sound black enough and that caused a lot of painful windy at the time. But she said that she started start currently sound more black and earlier albums after he says, he starts reading this whole thing throughout the black community. Blackie? No, you're right. I'm looking at this right now. That's a man. Yeah. True. I remember, and I remember I didn't like that man. My whole family never liked him van black Republican, but the become 'cause the Democrats here just off the hook. And I can understand how people could be so stupid to even diet. All this stuff. It just really. Just really shocks me. That people could be so naive, Sheldon. You're a good, man. Appreciate you checking in you know, what to do. I'm gonna.

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"seidman" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"I think they're connected and there's a chapter in the book that talks about culture either founders are always interested in preserving their culture and leaders of larger organizations usually want to achieve some kind of culture change and this isn't complicated in fact you can write it down you should be able to write down what your culture is and you can measure it you can measure it by surveys anonymous blind pulse surveys on the record surveys i do in the book quote a business philosopher's name is dove seidman and he says in the past employees just needed to do the next thing right in other words to follow older orders in and culture didn't matter so much but in today's world we want people to do the next right thing and a rulebook is not going to solve that problem you need your culture to make thousands of decisions the right way here's a way i like to think of it these objectives and key results those are transparent vessels into which we pour our all important values and those values answer the question why it is we do the work we do and our mission and values statements are are are the declaration in no uncertain terms of what those are so then how does that fit in and how is that different from culture i think diversity is of crucial in indispensable part of the culture of a winning organization and this yes is a question of social justice but in addition to that the data's really clear that diverse groups make far better decisions and so i personally the organizations that i admire and invest in have zero tolerance for the bad treatment of others and we're going through.

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"seidman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well where to the paradigm police go after you on that one guy that spy we won't growth is that's right you know the world is not um it's not with the the paradigm police wind to be no end ancona be it you know they rain we've seen is first centuries and centuries uh you know they didn't want the sun they wanted to send to go around the earth not face first seidman but quit the paradigm police back then to people um i hate to used i i don't like comparing myself and putting myself in such categories but look what they did to ca gal lael he has what they would have done to copernicus if he hadn't um made sure that his major work was published as he was as he was on his deathbed well it serves them right yeah who does he think he is anyway i'm sorry but you know it's like these are all friends your rudy i'm 74 and he gets kind of weird after you get to a certain how do you now brother oh well i'm sixty you were lucky guy perspective is well i know that i remember people when i was uh uh fifty years old and they and they came up to me in of a they would say you know i can't wait to become your age fat chance gsa wiz while younger everything is so so different and by end of world war moving into is going to be so great it really is it's got we got a way to go after we get rid of this president burglary a lotta darkly and but we're going to go there and that's the way it works as karma skulk and it's interesting because you know of course i teach college students and their perspective on the world uh you know so much different than when we were their age income wealth gaza rudi now you just talking to your phone you.

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"seidman" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Kind of things to do very trivial kind of sorting and not the human sort of sorting of what is good and shake it's hard to hanno but maybe you should be so big and that's another kind of problem were for paying the price for their their need to grow so much we've say all right we'll talk about that when we get back we're here with gnome cohen his book the no at all the authorizes silicon valley as a political power has and social wrecking ball uh we're discussing i also wanna tell you about two there's hass my other podcasts which i hosted lauren good from the verge i'm in line at the airport as usual because we have mine the prescreening things that i do wearing mismatch socks take my darn shoes off every friday we answer questions that consumer tech lawrence obviously what if we talk about this week we will have to take my laptop south but anyway we're talking about traveling with karen seidman becker he is the ceo of clear cairn is actually here with me right now she's trying to convince me that i should be using clear karen what are we talk about on this week's podcast protect about biometrics other go mainstream how they speed you through the airport sports stadiums and so much more in the future fingerprints iris damage face and much much more date gate with an eye with an eye dna online treasurer voices the future people knowing your deep in identifying f i have you walk and how you can streamline lots of different things using secure friction list experience you know people spend on average two years of their life waiting waiting in lines lauren you're wasting two years of your life they're going to be so bummed when guy tweeting all gets no instagram strever windfall my story from the are more waiting in line with two years.

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"seidman" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"I've seen that i was eleven we have perhaps the lung led the muslim the thing this week i don't remember that are to be evil ashley i don't remember guys definite you know who does not who i am meet the aroma so no other north nor i tired i love benz alive nor the collier cook to patrick was it it essential quote undergo alec over yukon cook live kapalua affects yeah i mean towards the end instill oh okay got it i will be from a bollywood yeah i will be an ashley will rise carteseh in this film could thus she basically have my life sure condo yeah and obviously basically is um this woman who falls in love with guy they copy together because he's really rich and she's broke and she had mother like you know makes her like marie up when she mary's rich and stuff but obviously they can't be together and stuff he becomes a drunk and um um he becomes a drunk and gets with a prostitute and ashara's cart turned a prostitute become buddies because they realize they birth love the same man that they can't have and then he doesn't the and and i say country roker thus who i'll be so yeah you know sure a was the ever ones name pays allah does another gutted the two goodlooking guys and would would assure akon does not mancuso salman khan rcs yes and i saw in con you always have to pick seidman that's what i'm saying is alarmingly sharkawi lady last october term my own.

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"seidman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"And uh when traveling somewhere on seidman equal we always feel insecure as it occurred to you before that you might want to arm yourself i never wanted to to to to get armed actually you need to understand that i'm i'm a walker responded i'm i'm used to working don't blessing you ukraine in the eastern see green and had been working there for two years actually i was captured twice by rebels there and i can see that no gone to loot have sieve seek me from capturing actually maybe even worse phoenix this happy happy me if i had had again so what do you think of the year newspaper nevada's yet ten making this decision that that it should arm its journalists is it a good idea the whole discussion is a good idea actually uh the quiz editor raised is a very good idea it's very complicated topics to discuss but ensure that even these discussion government we more attention to to the issue in terms of prediction journalists i understand that you are a friend of to john f elegant how're who was stabbed in the neck earlier this week wall in the newsroom first of all how is she doing yes stunning is a friend of mine in the hole we are really worried but but sank surgeons she's recovery the she's in intensive care now and uh i hope she is going to be alright russian authorities have named tathiana is alleged attacker as boris grids sees a 48yearold dual citizen of russia and israel what more do we know about mr gritz end the motivation.

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"seidman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"seidman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Go here do me a favor say something nice what's your favorite amendment i don't have a favorite amendment i think the ambition of the fourteenth amendment protecting the privileges and immunities of american citizens equal protection and due process those are things i can really they moved me but the point is those are also very vague aspirations in they have to be filled in in ways that promote justice and fight injustice and the constitutional text alone doesn't do that louis michel seidman says happy constitution day and he says it by saying maybe we should get rid of it he's got a better way professor mike side minute georgetown law thanks for being here thank you so much thaad it was a lot of fun being confirmed well if getting rid of the constitution is too big of leap for you like it is for me how would you change it there are twenty seven amendments in the constitution the 27th was added in 1992 so here's the question what should be the twenty eight never ghana from winterpark florida andrew talbott deliciously at mccoy at dallas ppac february david in north miami beach florida i think it fat time to eliminate the electoral college overturning citizen denied it the most important element of the i think they're twenty amendments deputy era it's about time women were formally recognize hall in equal numbers of our society everyone get the basic income equivalent to ten percent another congress merson lowery.

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