20 Burst results for "Serota"

What To Do When a Patient Feels Worse on an Antidepressant

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:34 min | 3 months ago

What To Do When a Patient Feels Worse on an Antidepressant

"When a patient says they feel worse on an antidepressant. The first thing to do is to rule out physical side effects like nausea fatigue and insomnia one to pay attention to is academia as patients might have difficulty describing this inner sense of restlessness which is more often associated with anti psychotics but academia can occur on antidepressants as well particularly serota. Energetic ones and agatha can cause anxiety insomnia even suicide -ality so it might be the reason that they're mood is worse on an antidepressant dot in how concert energetic antidepressants calls academia. I thought it was caused. By dopamine blockade it is thought that the inhibitory effects of serotonin have indirect effects on the dopamine system and that it can lead to dopamine antagonism there in the stratum another side effect. that's related to academia. You might see on sarah. Synergetic antidepressants is restless. Legs syndrome which is almost like academia night. If that happens you could add gabba. Penton or pramod. Pack saul both of which treat restless legs in academia and both of which have psychiatric benefits gabba. Penton helps sleep an anxiety and promo pack saul helps depression but another option would be the switch to be appropriate wellbutrin in a randomized controlled. Trial bupropion treated restless leg syndrome. Even when it was dosed in the morning perhaps through its dopaminergic

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What To Do When a Patient Gets Worse on an Antidepressant

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:34 min | 3 months ago

What To Do When a Patient Gets Worse on an Antidepressant

"When a patient says they feel worse on an antidepressant. The first thing to do is to rule out physical side effects like nausea fatigue and insomnia one to pay attention to is academia as patients might have difficulty describing this inner sense of restlessness which is more often associated with anti psychotics but academia can occur on antidepressants as well particularly serota. Energetic ones and agatha can cause anxiety insomnia even suicide -ality so it might be the reason that they're mood is worse on an antidepressant dot in how concert energetic antidepressants calls academia. I thought it was caused. By dopamine blockade it is thought that the inhibitory effects of serotonin have indirect effects on the dopamine system and that it can lead to dopamine antagonism there in the stratum another side effect. that's related to academia. You might see on sarah. Synergetic antidepressants is restless. Legs syndrome which is almost like academia night. If that happens you could add gabba. Penton or pramod. Pack saul both of which treat restless legs in academia and both of which have psychiatric benefits gabba. Penton helps sleep an anxiety and promo pack saul helps depression but another option would be the switch to be appropriate wellbutrin in a randomized controlled. Trial bupropion treated restless leg syndrome. Even when it was dosed in the morning perhaps

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"serota" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"serota" Discussed on KTOK

"And so what is the threat? The spring or the winter honeysuckle or the deep South is called. It is called sweet Breath of spring. That's what she says What that is, like Stella. Absolutely 300% correct. That is 300% correct. Whoa! And you know what? Jamie and I are going to give you Absolutely nothing, but my Gannon is going to give you a prize. Whoa! So I do you want to sit and discuss Sweet breath of spring with Jamie for a minute. Sure. Okay, let's do you grow it. No, I actually looked it up. It is actually a really It's a very, very cool shrub. And when I bought my house, my house was built in 1930. It existed from the original. Plantings at the House. And, uh, it was really popular. Think in the thirties. Uh, it's super tough shrub. But and it's really not that remarkable for the rest of the year, but anywhere from the SIM Berber until February, when it blooms it is Intensely fragrant with lemon fragrance, and it smells really good until it's and complete the apex of the bloom and then well opening my front door. It's almost It almost takes me over Thomas nauseated because it is so intense, but I've come outside, especially on like cold days where nothing else is blooming and it's in bloom and the entire shrubs are vibrating with honey bees. Oh, wow, honey. Bees love it. That sounds wonderful, doesn't it? It's almost it's almost hard to find it because it's so old fashioned that I was researching it again. There's a little bit interested it back again and My people might be available, like, especially nurseries, But for the most part, you just sort of had to get cutting from somebody. So does it like the cold? It is perfectly fun and the cold or in the heat because it goes all the way down to like you know, Southern Texas. It's fine with clay soil or sandy soil. It can grow in full blazing. Uh, son, or can grow in like partial shade. It's really the only negative about it is that it is one of the Asia Attic. Bush, Honey suckles s. Oh, uh, it's not. I know for a fact it sounds bad from the other ones. But does it become problematic? And the White Bush honeysuckle which I think is starting to learn New Serota Rika. I know for a fact is horribly invasive, but the birds eat the Berries and sort of put them out everywhere But I have never seen More plants from my original ones. So if you're gonna do what I think it's safe, so if you got one cutting you could put it in. And then how long would it be before it is that six by 10 6 by 10 0 Probably five or six years. Here's all right. Well, Stella, Congratulations. I don't hang up because my Gannon's gonna take you how you will get your free bottle of ultra botanica. Ultra cur, which if you have any, I'm telling you, if you have any acre pain, I do well, I'll tell you, I didn't. I didn't believe it. My husband had to have steroid shots and all this stuff for his trigger finger and he started taking this and no more shots. And I didn't. I still didn't believe it. I said So I was complaining because I had tried to take out a vine with a hand bypass. Yes, years and I have been complaining is once you try one of those, so I took it and then Later, I went Have no pain. This is incredible. So thank you so much. Are you a regular listener? Stella? I try every time I if I have a chance, I do. Listen. Yeah, I love it. And I had the poison ivy and you guys gave me tips and the thing that I think finally took care of it. You know, spring we'll see if it comes back, but was the specific to poison ivy spray? Good. Oh, good. That's really good to do than anything I tried. And the other thing I wondered was I've got petunias still alive. You know what? You're not the only one you are not the only one my friend Peggy as potentials and she goes, I can't believe it. My petunias are still they looked Right. They're not blooming or anything, but they're still alive, and that never happens. I do. It's funny. Is it him tougher or what petunias like in the reason. Forties and up into the early fifties. Everything petunias were cool Season plants. If you plant like snapdragons and panties and stuff like that. They were eventually bread to mate to take the heat. But there, But the truth, Genetics are ones that they can actually take a little bit of a frost and Azzam's were mild. And as long as you're moist enough, Ah, lot of times you might see them, like blasted or even over winner. This. Maybe that Greek so that is yeah, yeah, yeah, I think it's very room 10 degrees is gonna be pretty hard for Petunia. No can graduations and thank you for listening. Thank you so much. Yes. We appreciate you. Okay? I put it all on hold and we're going to send her a bottle of ultra botanica ultra cur. And I'm telling you, the molecular curcumin is how it gets into your system so fast and you're not going to believe you know, I've heard it say it's not what you feel. It's what you don't feel. I thought, Oh, sure. And then now I understand that I understand. So if you would like a free sample, which is this a three day thing? You can go up. Not just it is a generous three day thing. You can go to ultra today dot com or ultra botanica that.

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Food Activism with Jenny Dorsey

Model Majority Podcast

05:50 min | 4 months ago

Food Activism with Jenny Dorsey

"Jimmy dorsey welcome to the model majority. Podcast today thank you for being one of our very first episodes to record in the year. Twenty twenty one which is a very exciting for so many people that we are here at this point but before we get into all that one actually start from the very beginning to get to know your personal story a little bit. i love to hear about. Where did you grow up. how did you grow up. And if anything during that time leads you become who. You are today as a chef but also has an activists usc for sure so i was born in shanghai china and my parents moved to the us when i was around to pursue their both of them are scientists and so they moved to new york. They went to a school in the bronx. And so i followed them when i was up three and a half with grandparents so i was really raised by my grandparents growing up And lived in new york until about eight. Yeah that's i think that's right. I moved to seattle so i. I set my larger chunk of my childhood in seattle washington and ended up going to school College in seattle as well so like good decade plus in seattle cut the no it and during that time also like learned. I think that seattle is not the place for me. I really really wanted to go back to new york so right after college and making that switch back to new york i i. started in management consulting after college. I was a finance major in school. Originally marketing major switched over to finance was not doing so great. Marketing and very quickly knew that finance. It's fine but it was something that is not naturally good at it. You know. I think everyone kind of has their own talents and you can tell you a talented something when it's really yes you're still gonna have to work hard and there's times where you're not doing great job or what. Not but for the most part. Like in makes just intuitively makes sense to you and tell. The numbers intuitively. Don't make sense to me the way that they did to other people And i hate like the serota asian being good at math and talk about that maybe later on but at least it was like a way to get my foot in the door ever since i was young. Who was always a big part of my life. But i didn't even think about it in college or honestly dion for a while because it was never really encouraged by my family. My family going up with more traditional than they are now I'm chinese american and like and we kind of because they were scientists. They were very wary of Career or they felt that. I cannot get ahead because they were you know they were in our lab. They were always the ones that were doing all the work. If you've just look at lab dynamic it's always usually by hawk. Individuals a lot of them. Asian east asian or south asian. Doing all the research all the were all the writing but who is the main like name on the paper that you see who's getting nobel peace prize for their work in science. It's usually white men and that dynamic played out throughout my childhood. I never really consciously understood it but now looking back it was. You know my parents had these bosses. And i'd be like but you do everything and they get all the credit. I'll get it. You know so anyway. I think my parents really wanted me to find a career where i could succeed and not have to be under someone's thumb so to speak and they really wanted you know they've really encouraged less ultra prenatal careers for more careers where you can make money and you can be independent so business. Definitely they definitely encouraged. I was an undergrad business school and they were like yeah. You can now go out as a console. You do make a lot more money like you know so. They just wanted that stability they wanted to non you know. Be a lab technician salary for me Even if they really loved the sciences sciences so anyway with that kind of mind food never really felt like a real clear path. Never really thought about. I never really even explored at. I had no idea what to do right. I think a lot of people who are interested in food don't really know how many years pm and starting my career absolutely hated it. I was in the fashion and luxury division. So i usually work with clients in your fashion and luxury so i spent a lot of time By clothes being obsessed with clothes and shoes and being skinny and it was like a really tough period of time because everyone around me really encourage that behavior as well. It was always about how you lose more way out of your book. Nice you know there was a lot of judgement and it. I think it really came to a head. there was one time at At work where our partner came in and she was very fashionable. Amazing like wealthy Woman and she had brought in a bunch of clothes she had purchased at a sample sale. We We work in chelsea in new york city and chelsea market. Has this like if you've been. There was kind of large area in the center of the market. That always has sampled feels. And i guess she had gone to hurry and she just said that she would just buy everything that basically that was in her size and just figure it out later and it was. I mean there was a lot of things but let's about. But i just remember thinking of this woman coming ahead at all. You know she was. She was such a bath right and the fact that she would come in with a garbage bag full of new clothes designer clothes. It's like it's never ending hole in your heart that you're just trying to fill with dot and you can't ever fill it like spoil alert for anyone who's over there you can't feel it it's impossible it doesn't matter how much money you out you can't feel it because that's not something that can be so thing

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"serota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"serota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Only this morning show six twenty four eighty three degrees in surprise good morning I'm Jamie west thanks for listening to Arizona's morning news governor Doug Ducey gave a pep talk to our state troopers have been logging a lot of hours policing protests over the past few days I know this is very challenge hi all this is about and like nothing we've ever seen in this country because it happened in every state well many of those protesting the Minneapolis in custody death of George Floyd have been peaceful others have taken part in vandalism and looting across parts of the valley Arizona folks Maricopa county was to make sure you have every opportunity to vote in the primary election in August at the elections department is opening an online portal so you can get a ballot by the mail it's also implementing safety measures if you'd rather vote in person then of the protocols include requiring poll workers to wear facemask frequently disinfecting and cleaning those high touch surfaces issuing gloves to voters and providing facilities for hand washing the county's making Gilbertson says there will be more space for physical distancing at the polls as well for Jamie it is six twenty five and deter dance in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center we thankful for mild or is against that little wild out there to him okay well if you're anywhere else other than the I. seventeen is pretty mild but the southbound seventeen is wild that's where we've got a roll over crash usage of beautiful little red pickup truck an old classic rollover it's upside down in a group company moved southbound seventeen approaching Indian school HOV number one number two center left lanes are blocked two lanes are getting by to the right but forget don't forget one of those is the exit lane to the farthest right so you really don't want to be in that you have to fight your way back over again another roll over to the west westbound I. ten of right away but this one rolled right over off to the right we're still working closures mind you of camel back east and westbound Scott Serota Goldwater and Jefferson and Washington streets are still close the StandWithUs Seventh Avenue the strategy for brought to you by consolidated personnel what has your payroll provider done for you lately if you're not getting a timely response during this pandemic maybe now's a good time to look into consolidated.

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"serota" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"serota" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Beg him Thanksgiving so also joining us for the first time ever on the show excited to have him. It's Los Angeles comedy scene. Mark Serota excited beyond actually have been a fan of yours for a long time for your producers request. I am under a bunch of dirty laundry in my closet. Good sound it sounds great. Thank you yeah. Yeah it sounds really good are you? Are you liking being in the pandemic in Los Angeles or would you rather be somewhere else? I mean honestly I'm on loving Unemployment's been great free money from the sky for comic to. It's like it's been nice to be kind of contained for two months. I think it goes on for like three more months. I'll start getting kinda restless but it's been nice Donald been on the back burner for years. Now what is really a a change of pace for us for sure? It's really you know that he comics were wishing for a chance to get off the road for a bit certainly at that fair but You know unfortunately we all need it for income. So it's like a right. I hope that things could go back to normal butler. Of course they want it to happen. Safely we The two of us that they were going to be a show comedy store was supposed to be last night or tonight. A comedy store land factory. Yeah IT'S A. It's a shame that they just can't do anything for the time being. I wonder when the you know like there's some comments. Doing like wise guys in Utah is open this weekend. With distance tables and stuff and it just. I don't know that doesn't sound it. It just is like a too much of a half ass sort of like. I like the idea of going to see like if there's a band or musician you like you know like I. Guess like on Jovian Keith. Urban of goals done this where they they do a show at a drive in so everyone should just be in their cars And that's you know with lady. Listen to the Stereo your car but you know which sounds amazing for music like humanitarian when somebody gets the idea to have standup comedy and drive in and Mary rat and everybody flashes their lights at home horns like or. Don't like joke. I don't even know what it reminds me of wise guys they used to have a show where I did one time when I was there. They would have you do comedy from the other room. You know so that you couldn't hear laughs or anything And Yeah and it was. It was like experimental you know. They're doing like weird things but one of the things and I was one of the only people who like wasn't that phased by because later I felt like is that just because I'm nice to hearing a ton of laughs just Kinda like Oh silent room. That's great that's fine but a lot of people were military and they hadn't warned us more for him so we were a little shaken. Yeah that's seems like a really a really odd idea because even though you probably get some laughs when people are just watching screen. Don't feel as obligated to participate because there's not a real person in front of them you know. Why would they do that? I did a lot of stuff like I think they played a banjo. During one guy said it was kind of like a wheel comedy thing. Where like you know somebody was like? Hey let's make comedy harder and worse for everybody with very critical people for the show which I don't remember. Who did I see. But it was one of those like experimental shows show. Wouldn't throw in NERF that you while you tried to do comedy stuff like that and I happen to draw the do comedy from another room thing. Those comedians that came up with this sounds like a passive aggressive. Like they were statist. I gotTa keep it by just was in Utah Right. Yeah Yeah Kosovo coffee. Your idea of fun is to make talk. Yeah like here here so we could make this more fun about if not here. Women's you know whoever came up with this thing is probably Lubbock. All this new comedy. That's you know socially distance over zoom. Yeah also joining us today staking for patiently waiting for your introduction. Is Tony Everybody? Hello everyone thanks for having me back. I share that My sister also just started doing beekeeping recently.

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"serota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"serota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"T O W N one reggae this. Make it a website for now. I'll on okay so I called. The number of the hung up is there's I just came up with it in my head while we were talking to say it's for you. I give you the go for Allah. Well you know what just download the dental town APP? That that seventy thousand Americans dental have and I'll tell you why you need to around downtown Abbey Explained US news for us. I you know you got people. Ask Me Fox News. Cnn why because if you go into church and you say some things they'll say a man and you say you'll say no band get out of here. All that feedback is what balkanized their message. And it's the same thing a news media some news media's if you're if you say this they'll be happy you say the opposite they'll get mad so these these news stations didn't do this on purpose. They just trite. They're just they're just pandering to their crowd so the bottom line is what. What are you need? Dental town is because I see what you do on social media by the way I saw mostly on facebook I three hundred thousand followers and after the pandemic. I can't do facebook and dental town so I haven't posted one time on FACEBOOK DOT COM for slash. Howard ran I saw doing. I'm still doing late in twitter and instagram winner and instagram. So I still do instagram. But those are the younger dose. If you have a reptile dysfunction and your dentist your on facebook if you don't have a cow dysfunction and your dentist your on. Instagram. So that's easiest way to tell you. Well you don't have to ask if they have a D- they do if they didn't they'd have a gym now but the the reason you need dental town so badly is because on your wife. Oh going to church your little group of people. Everybody is preaching to the choir and people get so upset and you can just see the newbies on dental town. Get on there. And they'll give a speech that they always do in front of their friends at the fishing boat. Then Sauna says did you're so full of Shit literally three studies. You're on your on your more wrong and then I get the email I get the report abuse. I get a and what he said. And I'm like dude. What is wrong with you? He's a doctor and he disagrees with you and your panties are all tied up in a not. I call myself. Dentistry centered. And the reason I don't have any skin nightly boys will you don't care what people think is because you have to earn that from me. I mean there's a hundred ten billion humans that lived and died before I didn't. We won't even know their names. There's eight billion humans alive today. You're never gonNA meet ninety nine percent of them so when Little Charlie Brown the Dennis down the streets as he thinks that year completely wrong and he doesn't agree well first of all. I didn't know your name just like I didn't know one hundred ten billion the other eight billion and if I even listen to you tell me why and then you can sell me. I think the luckiest position world because I opened up my own magazine. Because I'm the only person that would publish my own articles. You know just like I would never join a country club because I would never go to a country club that would accept me as a member. Every decent dental magazine said No. I can't publish that. What are you crazy? I'm like yes I'm completely frigging crazy so I got my own magazine and yes why I always get the I guess my mind comes. I wonder magazine I'd go and the only I'm the my only claim to fame is I'm the only. Dennis listened to all my podcasts and read all my articles no other geddes honored could say that but the reason I love it is because when I over the years had said something wrong in my call then you and Joey Dee and Brad Gentleman and Ben Johnson and and these great minds that you couldn't even that most people couldn't even get on the phone or taking the time to tell me where I was wrong and I'm raiding that like I'm so lucky because most people carry around misinformation their head their whole life and don't even know it and every time you're transparent on dental town if you're wrong you're gonNA find out about it in about eight seconds me find out you're wrong if you only got three hundred followers on facebook and you're all from the mutual admiration club so you know grow. Perricone as and I can thank you thank you. I like to do three things for me. I want you to kiss Laurie. I want you to kiss. Ho-gau just give them a little shake Gets I would absolutely kissel this. Oh go and Solorio kissed. Rebecca Rebecca has been your radiant woman. Or what twenty years? Yeah I got a bunch of ladies that have been there for twenty years and the only reason I'm still there is because I love it when they have to renew my life insurance policy and they lost money again for another year was doubled down on the old man every year every year. Old Man cooking my old man friends doing pretty good for yourself. Thank you for this. I'll get the recording off. Because they all share a dental town from the Guru Guru needs to talk to the people and like this. Is You know you're always an interesting bag? Because it's like listening to the Encyclopedia Guys More. Lenzi get over here right now. I need to repeat this. Might turn law. Alleged layers lands as taste calling her name. She's worried about her hair. I don't have enough air. I'm on the damn show you can hear me. Your father in law is the Encyclopedia Dent Janika an encyclopedia Britannica hard. My weight will riot. Police say hi Rai. Your Mama's too scared will you? At least say hi. You gotta see my Corona Virus Marilyn around. This is my little corona virus. And let's one key all my goodness. Oh my goodness you ain't now. It's been very tough because she's been very manger. Grandpa she keeps getting GRANDPA and save me. No Kanuma boy take care of yourself. Well everybody firm okay. Okay this off in a bit okay..

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"serota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"serota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Under a virus? Hiv They killed thirty six million people in forty years they member. They told us when I was in dental school. I mean I went to a great dental school that the vaccine for PJ vows was around the corner and the vaccine for dental decay structure. Dance around the corner and with HIV. The way it's killing the you'll see. That was any year can that was forty years ago. Update on the dental decay maxine. The parental disease next seen the common cold vaccines. I'm sure it will. I'm sure you'll get it in Toronto before I will hear Hillbilly Arizona. But what's the update on the Cavity Gum Disease? Common cold next seen a lot of work being done hard wanted to do. A replacement therapy was strapped UTANS. She put strap mute teams. That were superseded. Strengthening things in the only difference was nine carrier genetic the guy who was working on it was a fella named a helmet and he got grant money from major pharmaceutical companies in Canada visited. Once I went to dinner and for sure he eighteen months down the road guaranteed right. I don't remember the specific they were gonNA replace Buchanan kids with this whatever it was and it's accident twenty this really right. I remember that guy well and I remember the first time I lectured in New Delhi. I'm first time. I lectured in Hong Kong the first time I had dinner with the president of the Chinese. Don't say you`re. They used to tell me in the nineties in the nineties and early two thousand. Will you know we over here? India China Indonesia Cambodia Malaysia Brazil. I've lectured underdogs. I well we analyze the US healthcare system for dentistry where you have a two thousand people and fear three hundred twenty five million it cost about one hundred twenty billion so we extrapolated at the India China Malaysia. So we realize that for just one percent of that cost we just get the vaccine so we got. We started the center for dental decay. Maxine and we got the twenty smartest epidemiologists and all of India and were were about. We're about two or three years away from the vaccine okay. That was thirty years ago and they've been saying this about the Krahn virus the rhinovirus at dental the gay so it went when you tell people and then they always they're they're they're blindsided by influence over. You've had the most lock but with influenza. I mean the CDC just report yesterday influenza vaccines for each vaccine runs. Between Seventeen and seventy one percent effectiveness so for influence the best they ever got ever was seventy one percent and they never ever got a corona virus. One time in their life and I bet you my grandkids. We'll have kids before they vaccinate dental decay MPG ballas and all that stuff so so what I would do again fifty percent nothing change you just gotTa focus on your market just like a CD. People I mean I don't like doing the as a CD cases because I don't know I'm just I'm I'm a blood and guts. I like what I like oral surgery. Implants root canals. I I don't even like single tooth Endo's I wish they would pass lobby at the dental assistants. Do all the all the incisors and canines. That's a joke. I'm just trying to know your Furniture Korea but the death threats are. I like the blood and guts off. I don't know if I had a practice. Limited zoo bleaching bonding and veneers. I'd probably go into another line of work. You know But so so half of America. Nothing change the other half. The most value isn't that you were cosmetic Dennis Rambam. Add or diplomat or any of that. Bullshit it's disease control. They're scared and they're going to be scared. Until we get a maxine which may never happen or they're going to be scared until they test positive. The antibodies which that may happen very quickly because as soon as they get a little piece of mayor says you test positive then they're not going to be afraid. What were the better what I would do is I would. It's no longer for that. Half the crowd. It's no longer in William. So let's talk about volume discounts. If I buy one bottle water from you I pay a dollar. If Wal Mart buys a million bottles of water from Pepsi or coke they pay fifty cents right so it's a game of volume so I when I got out of school. A root canal a thousand a crown was a thousand. I would submit that Ed Giada Delta Dental of Arizona and they would say look. Here's bill will pay one hundred percent for clean examined x rays eighty percent on endo and selling only half on Crown Centers parcells. Ice Met my on fees. They paid everything was great. You know it was. It was like shooting fish in a barrel and then over the years. They said you know what we were not going to do this anymore. we're just gonNa tell you the because they were getting pressure because a lot of in. South Phoenix WanNA know. Well why don't we only get six hundred for a crackdown? But if you're Scottsdale you get you get twelve hundred crown and didn't make any sense because the most white communities were all getting a thousand to fifteen hundred canal and the most Black Brown native American Indian anything other than I'm European was getting half that amount and they were getting a lot. Of flack like they should be. Because that's how the system ended up working. It wasn't intentional design without the add the the outcome and they were in. They had that system because they wanted to please everyone and you can't so so now into a ppo or they just said. Hey if you're in Arizona years fee schedule so I do one crown for a thousand but if I sign up to this. Ppo by signing up for the United Whatever I only get six fifty well. That's a game volume that makes sense. I'd rather have. I'd rather ten crowns for six fifty in one ground for a thousand makes slowly sense but that was three kronor buyers so now. I'm going to come in the room and now we're back to sonic drive in the waiting room out in the parking lot. And then you're going to have to tell dentistry and you don't need what why. Why do you need all his dentistry software? You don't have Frickin iphone. You can't use your own song. So you know facetime facetime might eighty two year old mother so they facetime. You can ask him questions and they're all stupid. It just makes you feel good. Let's say you have temperature even though there's a study published and a Boston place of everybody being treated with covert nineteen. Only one percent had a feeble another study less than half had a fever. But you just say you do the percentages rally and you want them to feel like you're taking this serious you're slowing down. There's no one in the waiting room you'd come in you'll walk in there. Yeah I would have the air purifier filter because you you didn't have pre cova. You have post governor. They see a change and they had a little Shot back five inch deal for more airflow. Maybe in clothes room and put a little fan in the window and call it a negative air pressure room again. It's mostly more shut bullshit. I O hiring deeper. But you're you're going to do this because you got government agencies and even though they've been incompetent for your entire life now we're supposed to raise their level of competency and listened to their idiotic a little more but just make everybody feel a little safer and we're going to go in there and we're gonNA wear the team. We're GONNA wear the face masks and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA take everything symbol gives member. We've been doing universal precautions. My whole life so I remember back in nineteen eighty now. Can I tell you this? You're not gonna be but it's absolutely true when I got here in one thousand nine hundred seven. My favorite Dennis from the Scottsdale Study Club before this biddle curly wig in his his customer was ashtray. Any had a thousand cigarette buds in his ashtray. Asians would never go anywhere else. Because where can you go to the dentist and smoke these days? And every one of the eighty and all nations were seventy or sixty and I thought the most hilarious. I was like twenty four and I'll never forget her telling me about how. This lady leapt says mine. God is she gorgeous or what? This lady was like seventy with spots and flower dress on. I discovered myself you know. This is the twilight zone but the point is he was the only smoking dentist in Scottsdale and he was a very rich well-to-do man because all the enriched wired widows and Scottsdale they knew that was the last place you'd go smoke but the bottom line is because of HIV. We were supposed to wear mask loves him. He he didn't want to do it. And then and then then they eventually someone our prices. They took out our customers. And then the the water lines coming in from the city bad. I flunked up calling for nation. You know the Benko Lady would take samples anyway my Benko wrapped in back and said you know we're in the desert how it's one hundred twenty degrees outside and I can't keep your water lines. Low enough we need to. We need to move a bottle of water in the room. It'll be an air conditioner member with water. Every time you raise the temperature. Ten degrees life grows twice as fast from sixty to seventy twice fast. Seventy to eighty twice again eighty nine so when you're Phoenix a hundred and twenty degrees outside you basically can't kill everything in the game waterline. So all these incremental improvements. I'd like to remind people that after SARS one those Arab planes aren't recirculating there. They got rid of that a decade ago. The air goes outside but so all these economic permits but you remember back in the day when Dennis said. Hey I'm an American. I'm not treating that age guy. I have my independent on American idol. And do whatever I want and bring Gore Talon. You'RE GONNA treat that guy and the American Disabilities Act. Are you gonNA turn in your drivers license? Well now here. It is forty years later. I already know. Dennis aren't going to treat a patient. I know high jettison. I'm GONNA treat a patient and we've already seen this Rodeo. The funniest thing was member when AIDS came out and raise like wall remain with age goes and drinks out of the glass. At Danny's they didn't autoclave that glass. It put it in the dishwasher and I'm not GONNA now spraying down Amazon. They're spraying windex on the Amazon damages. I mean if your wife came home with Clemencia would you ask her if she handled an Amazon package or your brothers package. I mean I mean you know it's just a it's just complete insanity and that's what I love about being old. I really love being because you know some of these people you know. This is the first time I've ever seen a draft and you can see it in their face. They never seen a draft before. I've been looking at viruses. Hiv Highschool nineteen eighty. Kimberly Dallas when that broke out. You realize that when I wrote my dental office in eighty seven for ten years I knew if you were over eighty because only the over eighty crowd would ask the question Dr Verana. Do you sterilize your your hand. Paces say will frank. Of course leister is my an piece. Why would you ask well? I'm concerned about AIDS. I'd Sable Frank. Aids is a sexually transmitted disease. Night opened up my door and I pull out economy. Say Frank if you want me to wear a condom during this crown today you have to put on my policy it new put it on all and so now you're gonna Catch Kuroda Premiership polices and you're GONNA get from Amazon package and so it's GonNa be you know I'm completely convent's.

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"serota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"serota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Group and they want an additional seventeen percent off the top dude. My lab in supplies combining seventeen percent. What are you GonNa do for me? That would negate all my lab supplies so it. Just mathematically doesn't add up now could add up. Those guys said one set of seventeen percent. I want seven percent. How GOVERNMENT BONDS? Not even paying two percent seven percent. Let's not get too greedy. You Double Your money every ten years. But they're not into that then. They're they're Wall Street. Man They they wanna suck your blood tonight so so. I think a lot of these big big these local. Dso's will have one layer management in one town or one St. They'll have a better fight especially if they're in what I call a flyover state and a fly over state is all the democratic elections. One are in the northeast and feel state and then the red area in the middle there. They just don't have an identity with Washington DC and they're broke and they're going back to work and they got guns and our freedom and they don't care. Half of America is passed that again. Why four boys and my mom I think that when I look at traffic count the traffic on the cell phones the lowest when the peak of the you know the five stages a great shock denial anger. What whatever you know at the height of the shock traffic did not drop forty percent in Arizona. Got Down to thirty eight drop now. It's not even dropped twenty and every time I talked to my boys. I'm like what's traffic like other. They could that you'd never know there. Anything was going on now. Is this GONNA come back? Well what's The stock market? It'd be you want to read the future it doesn't exist but I'm telling you where the people are at asking. Another United States is probably the most dominant economy in the world. The others are suffering dramatically. They're talking about a recession in the United States. So I'M GONNA CHOOSE AN EXAMPLE STAND STANDARD HENRY SHINE. Sixteen million dollars global outreach. So all of these things in America they man damage to the UK to Europe to Middle East. But they're still as an overlay different cultural considerations whatever but the companies still have headquarters that perhaps in America perhaps the best place to ruin is going to be in reverted Stanley burden. And I saw my profits or gross sales drop probably more than fifty percent in Alaska and coming out of this when I see this as an opportune time to included a vision in my company that would only dental practices that I ever built in supply chain like instead of just relying on pervert providers. Like you're you're kind of deal with heartland and you know you're going to give them discounted price. This sounded materials that signs vert Munc- you know what I got a billion dollars you know cash reserves. Whatever when I go out. I'm by a thousand Democrats and guarantee I always supply chain distribution. Is that something they would never think about host combet? I have asked them all that they all deny it and completely It's been interesting because let's go to Greater New York me which is still on. I called them. I actually called the burqa still on Dennis her. Call me and they're asking me because if you want to the Greater New York website me said future meetings. They just listened to twenty one twenty two meeting so they assumed that was twenty three so I called them and they said Oh no that will. That's because that's future meetings this year. Is this meeting and I will and she said thank you so much for telling me. I miss that. But they're they're still Scheduled to go on there But I I have talked to these These arms about that and they do not want to get in there and Benko is so glad it didn't get into debt tricks like shine. Did Person Like Alex Paterson Bot Eagles soft and Effingham Charleena's because when something goes wrong with One of those softwares your sublime comes in and then you're Reputa- or new one because all the stuff isn't working with the computer software and then when they get really really really mad they go to Benko or burkhart not because they're better it's because they're not shying and they're not Patterson so these monopolies you know if you go all through history you know. When I was born in sixty two the average fortune five hundred stock was worth was a had been publicly traded longer than I was I th. They were all GRANDPA's by the time. Now they're not even twenty years old so the life expectancy of fortune. Five hundred company has gone from sixty plus years to under twenty years in my lifetime and it's headed down. The the competition for the zebras do cross the river in the gazelles Not yet neaten on you know. You're you're not going to last ten years and somebody's going to eat you and usually from behind you never even GonNa see Were this ain't come from but but when you go to the New York meeting Amazon was always there and they were there and everybody was thinking. Okay they're GONNA buy Patterson they who they GONNA Buy. What are they gonNA do and I would keep going to the? Ceo's and. I'll never forget the see I had on dentistry uncensored. I'm the head of a three hundred dental division and I said so. When do you think you're going to start selling all your supplies? On on at three Am Amazon he goes Howard. It's really interesting. You know I get. That question asked every day for years. But it's never from a dentist and that was my insight into dental town at if you go back to when I first got exposed. And you're the one who exposed me to social media and the second guy was Generation next Michael Maroon. Michael Barr of a dentist compuserve and Dado Dow up the straight off But when the but I didn't like life oh so I wanted the index but the Internet was described as fine sees. It was going to be a place for content. It was GONNA be placed commercials.

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"serota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"serota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"A long time. And then the EC- says of all their influenza vaccines cause we never got one for Ron Virus. Run advice for for the for the influence of Axiom. It the the best one worked at seventy one percent and the worst runs at nineteen percent so so the best you could hope for is seventy percent which means a third of the people won't even work on so Circle Room. You know what you're saying you've got. Bso Some have thousands of practices. This sort of thing so you got massive numbers of patients diminishing numbers of Gaga's even the patients will drop off. Why are these companies that are so dependent on production? GonNa do to deal with He. And all the things that are required to get into you. Know diminish terrorist cells protective equipment. Triaging Having teams case one of the teams gets covert than they moved to entertain. So you've got these these hedge fund on her these. Vcr's were running shown in all data's Jordan the mark and so they're they're they're gonna be in a position where they're not gonNA get return on their investment there even if the shareholders not getting it returned to shareholders. What did they do like me? You understand business better most orces on understanding dental care. Eso which is taking root very large segment of the dental market in the United States this corporate increasing. What are they gonNA do in terms of keeping financially alive while I would have been clarified? Hi Say because I- podcast infringes all all these guys and gentlemen can disagree and we already had our first gasoline in a in big in Europe. Too and finest dental. Everybody woke up. The finest tunnel was closed and that was a earth shattering. Eso memebers like Holy Shit. And I I was already knew who their comptroller was your account and all that but of course. They can't say what I know. But you do have finest dental and they're I'm you have the DSO's all banging on the door at the White House trying to get money. And I don't know if they're gonNA get that but I do know this They're they're businessmen. They're gonNA get all the money they can't back and that's going to mean that you know instead of Some DSL Are paying their desks. Forty percent production. If you're when they invite you to come back to war trust me. They're going to be asking for a lower amount. That's a no brainer They're they're they certainly weren't born to provide jobs for dentists. They're they're businessmen. They're trying to make more money. And so I think you can tell by some of their behaviours of which ones is was the CEO cashed out and it doesn't matter and he's not leverage versus the ones that have their whole their whole livelihood and all their money and bald. Yeah there. There's a panic on the street. But but what they're going to see is again. We have to markets have got Rick Workman's a thousand Harlan dentals. Bob Fontana and seen thorn on six eight hundred and everybody always talks about those three Stephen Bill all those out of Chicago but the average DSL is only like three locations. It's a group practice. And so the the three the big three. Yes old grandma all the headlines and the the the average is about three locations and they should be about four because DSO's is a great model at level one level one is. I'm a small town woodstock years three hundred thousand regatta practice on the west side But you know what it'd be a lot cheaper media if I had an office on the Eastside southside northside because then I go to TV and go to radio and go to the newspaper direct mail and then with four locations. I have one level management and these dentists like when I got out of school I mean I. I spent ten years yet. My Fa Gd Miami Judy my diplomat the International Congress. I had so many miserable behind my name. I consolidated them all into just the FDA. And now I'm Howard for an be FDA and and it was too many hats to wear. And and so these Dennis they hear on top of the learning endo implants and Biz Line. Know How many people landed on their webpages month? Because they don't know that for every hundred land on their webpage. Only three converted made a phone call. I don't know that when the three people call the office. They don't realize three people called before. Your research is converted. One to come in. The dentist doesn't.

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"serota" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Pantley saying death to Israel to America leading a bit of a chant their notice what he said this. He know what he said, he even according news can't jump to conclusions. Could have been ordering lunch. We don't know. Richt into this click bait. Yeah. Yeah. Jewish community newspaper based in the US reported on Farrakhan's visits citing reports in the Iranian media. Apparently, he said Farrakhan said the United States and Israel are one of the most feared countries in the Islamic Republic of Iran. And if we do not resist them, we will leave nothing, but death and destruction of our children. He then. I know I'm naive. I don't get the Israel obsession. I just feel like I don't know they exist. Why why is the world obsessed with Israel because it's so many cultures and religions holy land than everybody just wants the peace of the Genesis of how their culture started Israel is sort of this version of like, I don't know. I don't know. It's like. Everyone you talk to will go. Oh, you got to go to Israel. Then I turn on the TV. And then I think, Nah, I don't paddock go go go to Maui, and they go. Oh, no, no, no. You ever seen has never made me say, I really wanna go anytime. Do they hold back on the pictures? What why did they choose those backgrounds? But I literally just landed today. I look going through Instagram and one of my boys is in Israel took him on his truly the land of Honey and something he said Honey in what Honey Milken milk, and Honey or something I'm like that's looks like just bricks and rocks. Yeah. Foods kanani. Remember who was in here? There was a guy you're talking about black. Yeah. No because I have blacked. I'm trying to think of who the guy came in on taking the or something, and he was trying to tell me Goethe, Israel, you should go to Israel. And I keep thinking why I don't like places with walls around them with neighboring people that are trying to kill them. And I don't want to be checking for bombs trash cans. But I'm trying to think who was telling me veteran James to go to Israel, really? The ad. I say the same year, I went to Israel and Greece and and going to a place that old you really do feel like you're standing in the middle of history like of textbook that is very cool. And I get the impressions from the messages attached to the pictures from my friends is making me feel like that is like freak fist two thousand nineteen also got to get there. And that's how the pictures will. Come. Nobody's ever said. Oh, found my inner Serota people at yo like Brazil yo- you've been you've been Jerusalem son crack get this on. Go to these are infamously hot. I gotta figure out I'm doing attractive. Yeah. We got your video here that you took from inside your took many. But this is the shortest because I know it's hard to send in here. But yeah, this is me worl- worl- stopped on. Fairfax. This guy, courtesy jogging. I didn't want them to see me. So at some point, I'm kind of jury combs. Insane people down the street. That's basically always and then way too many SUV's showed up like five to kind of zip tie the dude this we're now kinda time they're talking about like putting it put a chip in your dog. You know, so you can be returned to the owner. We just need to put a chip and everybody, and then we'll just scan it and this Johnson family from plenty would Montana. Hi, boss. So where there's some parents Johnson. Why why? Got pregnant you shit this thing out. And now this thing shitting on a sidewalk two thousand miles away from where he was born. Let's go get him and bring him back, and you gotta deal with this shit. We'll give you voucher for Home Depot and another one for Safeway, or Costco, or something. But you gotta go take where where is this person?.

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"serota" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on Slate Money

"Was doing problem, and I think this is important because he Eddie Lampert did quite well initially with investments in auto zone autonation, he did incredibly well. And so then there was the idea that, well, if I did this here, I can replicate this anywhere and he tried to replicate that with both k. mart and Sears. And the issue was he may be a good investor. I'm not entirely sure, but he's a pretty lousy CEO and it doesn't seem like he had much of an interest in being a CEO. He was basically a remote CEO. He gave himself a CO for fuzzy. One could tell he wanted to be for about three months, and he wound up staying on for like five, six years. He finally stepped down this week when he filed for bankruptcy, which everyone's year. You should have done that five years ago. But even when he wasn't CEO he was he was micro managing the CEO so they he was affected the CO. Right? Because I think what's interesting about ESL his fund is that they're not only the. Biggest equity owner of Sears. Also the biggest creditor, which I think is kind of interesting about this year story is that, yes, Sears does have a bit of debt, but it's not the same as like a toys r. us story where you had a PE firm come in and do a leverage by this is different. What happened was because he was under investing in the store and they started to decline revenue started to decline. They needed money. So were they getting this money from ESOL, which is interesting. And I would say maybe Eddie Lampert doing like his only good investment out of this entire thing is he did create this in called Saratov which is basically real estate fund where he bought Sears real estate because fundamentally they're real estate is probably the most valuable thing they have. And then some of it he leaps back to them and then he was able to Sears paying him. But he what he also did was he use some of that real estate to create the types of environments with stores and entertainment venues that people actually want to go to and. So there's an argument to be made that, although that certainly didn't help Sears, it may not be the worst thing term for those properties or I fund. Well, there was this whole concept of power moles. This is a, you know, a big thing in the retail space, which is the the old fashioned shopping mall, which is a big building with a whole bunch of stores in it has given away to kind of fake quals. I- neighborhood type things with some residential in the and like we had like main street facsimiles. And like as you say, possibly like a movie theaters, all of this kind of stuff where you feel more suburban. It doesn't make any sense. But yeah, if if Serota whatever he called is is getting into the Powell's base. Panels have been doing very well of late. The retail puck lips notwithstanding the and as illustrious. Producer, max Jacobs noted like the the former c. is still in Oakland. California was leased to, you know that I'm sure Yuba was paying more than see as was, but that fell through eventually, the thing that this reminds me though of more than anything else is one of the most infuriating stories of the past year, which I wrote about a little bit for slate, which is the. Death and we'd rebirth of interview magazine, which was exactly the same kind of story. Basically, interview magazine was owned by this kazillionaire pizza Brandt. Interview magazine was losing money. Every time the interview magazine needed money. They got it from pizza brand and they got it in the form of loans..

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"serota" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Developments rising from the ashes of former Sears department stores and. New York Times reporter Michael Corkery says they represent on audacious feat of financial engineering by a group of. Wealthy investors, who, bet that one of the retailers greatest assets was it's real estate, some say, this engineering might not pass the smell test Michael what have you. Uncovered anybody, who's walking into a Sears. Recently knows just how bleak that companies situation is I mean they're, they're closing dozens, of stories every, few months source himselves or the you know many of the shelves are empty. And it's a really struggling retail Taylor and yet Many of its former stores that about three years ago were spun off into a real estate company called Sarah Taj are now creating a new fortune. For the investors. In that company they're being turned into gleaming offices with views of the Pacific. Ocean and California, and you know pretty high end retail developments in Connecticut with Ari is and whole foods and shake shacks apartments. In Long Island so Sears at least it's former stores has. A second life it. Seems about that would you, say two point seven billion dollar infusion of cash with some of these properties right when this when the deal was done and the stores there was about two. Hundred and thirty five stores were spun off from Sears. Into this company in two thousand fifteen companies are Tajuddin He'd ears two, point seven billion four four the properties you know for Sears a lot of that cash is gone the company. Said it made investments and tried to sort of find its. Footing but it doesn't. Seem to have paid off, I mean it retailer still losing hundreds of millions a year meanwhile Sarah has as is sitting on you know several hundred great primarily located properties across the US. And is turning them into all these different uses what. Is the role here of Edward Lampert So. It Edward Lampert is a hedge fund manager Plays a big role in both companies and. Very unusual, role in on corporate America Wall Street I mean this sort of don't use. Anybody like him in how he has He's the chairman of Sears is serious. Largest shareholder he's also chairman of, the real estate company Serota in a very very significant investor? In Sarah and so there's all these questions about when that deal was done? When these properties were spun off was it an arm's length transaction was their conflicts of interest is? His whole plan all.

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"serota" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on KTRH

"To it. Edward Lampert is a hedge fund manager He plays a big role in both companies and the unusual role in. Corporate America Wall Street I mean this sort of us? Anyone like him in how he has He's the chairman of Sears he's serious largest shareholder he's also chairman of the, real estate company Serota and a very very significant investor in? Saratoga and so there's all these questions about when that deal was done when? These properties were spun off was it an arm's length transaction was their conflicts of interest is his whole, plan all along when, he took overseers as, the largest shareholder was his plan to basically. Stripped this, real estate, out and kind of leave. The retailer, for for dead his responser that responsive his spokespeople is no he's in fact. Trying to keep serious viable he's just you, know. Rejigging it for, the future and meanwhile creating new value for a new set of shareholders with this real estate. Venture but, questions are still quite alive and many many if you just Look at what's happened, to see your since, then you you might, come to a different conclusion or their private. Hopes I, guess among, some of those folks that. Sears completely, shuts down so that real estate becomes more available well you know it's interesting. Because they kind of have the best of, both, worlds right now Real estate company because what. What they have, Sears is, paying rent on the properties that hysteric Hodge owns and had had yet to redevelop so they. Have this sort of steady stream of income coming from Sears well they it real estate take a long time he's projects take a long time to other waiting for them, to come, to fruition they have some you know in in the case, last year hundred seventy million dollars coming in and rent payments from Sears. So it doesn't seem like there's any real hurry urgency to, shut the whole series operation down given how it supporting the real estate venture makes Michael's New York Times..

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"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Brand and product marketing. Resources, geographically adjusted compensation for remote teams are right or wrong. It's a good question. I think it's right and market dynamics will inevitably prevail whether that changes upper down. I'm a big believer not specific visible onto. So I got a question from you'll. Paul Chester told me well, it's the biggest myth about building and running distributed teams. Biggest myth I think is that although we have all this communication technology that virtual communication is sufficient to build relationships with remote workers and face to face. I think still matters so much, and I believe you have to earn the right to communicate digitally by being there physically and often people don't invest enough time to be there. Physically. It is a major commitment of time and travel, but I think it's totally necessary. Didn't tell me what women in your life is maybe an inflection point and change the way you think. So my dad is a lawyer and he absolutely loves it. So no hard feelings to any lawyers out there. But for a long time, I thought law would be a really fun and interesting career. And he told me one day be the one that hires the lawyer. Don't be the lawyer. And I think that definitely made me think more seriously about a business career. I love that I drove down no school six weeks in. So I feel you'll pay question from Kevin halls. What does it take to learn how to do a back flip. You know, I get a refrain from answering that one. I just I don't want Kevin getting any wild ideas out. The question is, can Kevin do a by flip. Not that I've seen, but I think you should ask him to send in a video of him trying it. He's a man of many talents. I wouldn't put it Paulsen. We've mentioned some Grayson, big names behind. How do you think about mental ship? Dylan? Yeah. Mentorship is been really impactful for me and especially finding people that believe in you and stick with you for the long-term, kind of like finding and sticking with the great general Dr. I think it's important to stick with someone and a mentor who gets to know you how you think what you care about. They can give you the best long-term advice that's personalized to you and not just generalize guidance or just what they would do. Tell me the final question next five is for you, and we'll see exciting roadmap ahead. I can't wait. We have amazing team a great service at stake in years to build, and we're just excited to bring terminal too many new regions and markets across the world. So in five years, I c terminal being a global brand that's foundational for how the next wave of great companies will scale while bringing really significant and transform. Professional opportunities to people and communities around the world. As I said, every single point I've had with the team members told me from Chester to John to Andrew to you. It's just been exceptional. I'm so excited for your building both with Toleman Antonelle and thank you so much for joining me stay. Thank you, really appreciate it. Well, as you can tell an absolutely loved having dinner and on the show that and I'm so excited for the future have with Tom Moulton if you've seen more from Dylan, then you can on Twitter by following him on d. Sirotta likewise, it be fantastic. See behind the scenes here, the twenty minute v. c. you can find on Instagram at h. dubbing nineteen Ninety-six with TB's how of it before we leave each day..

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"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"So I'm a firm believer in hiring for the problem set that you're facing now and not getting caught up too much in the long-term thinking about how this person will work out when the company's double or triple the size. And that's exactly why I think early stage you wanna hire more Jacksonville trades and less experts from incumbents. So as a company, you don't wanna be jack-of-all-trades master of none. But with early stage employees actually think that those who are less expert, but exhibit more interdisciplinary skills can show a higher upper cap on their learning and. Adaptability, and those are the people that I think can be most successful and actually scale. They're learning in line with the growth of the company. I'm so set about kind of scale in the line with the growth of the company. I had a lot of people say that some people are just destined for one stage Harry. Do you agree with that thinking? Would you think there is kind of personal plasticity to move with the company? Absolutely. There's the plasticity to move within the company. Everyone doesn't scale at the same linear rate, but I think it's important for leadership to find the people who have that aptitude and continue to give them opportunity and resources to learn and grow. And I think that many people can do that successfully. And I think companies that are able to retain and find those people that can scale with the company are often more successful. I mean, we mentioned it was kind of the element to the experts from incumbents in the benefits may be of Jonathan trades, the stages. What we see the ice come with much slow processes and decision making being from the incumbent Saudi, think about maybe a stone up leadership teams, ability to really damps empowers ice speed. I love. This question, and I'm really lucky that one of my co, founders, Luke is an ex navy seal team leader who's really influenced our team in terms of speed of decision-making, especially in times of imperfect information. So this is probably the biggest area of my own development. I've had to work on transitioning into founding terminal as a leadership team we examine and scrutinize decisions weekly, not just based on the outcomes of the decisions, but how quickly we were able to make those decisions and how could we speed up that process in the future? I think that's really valuable time spent. There's actually a really good lesson from military history on this, which my co founder Luc brought to my attention, which was there's this hot shot fighter pilot who could basically beat anyone in a dogfight in forty seconds or less. And he used a framework called the loop which is observe orient, decide act a basically the idea is the faster you can go through that loop, the faster you can win and the faster you make decisions and act the faster the chessboard is now different and your opponent needs to react to a whole new set. A factors. So it's an interesting concept that's been well adopted into military strategy, and I think could be emphasized more in early operating dynamics of leadership teams that startups can ask. I'm probably the biggest the decision making at Trudy is probably one of the main reasons..

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"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"To that team and not just thinking that they'll fix bugs or work on lower priority items and doing that early on gives that team, I think vote of confidence from headquarters at three contributors, which is very important in the stabbing trust across the offices before we discuss kind of the conventional problems that are often associated one for me that I always get consum- by you seem this lines of communication open your learnings on ensuring kind of seamless communication flows. Between distributed teams. So one of the most important factors is time zone alignment. I think what we've heard from feedback is the more hours that you have to synchronise Lee communicate, whether that's over slack or other tools and systems. That's one of the most important factors. And then obviously I think that we're at this stage in time where a lot of those technologies are just being adopted, whether it's in your core office in San Francisco or when you're making a concerted effort to establish new channels and new pathways. And the other thing I think most companies need to change is just over documenting or increasing the documentation that they have of decisions that are being made at various meetings and points and having a repository where someone could look back and see the timeline of those decisions. Those are really helpful. Yeah. Now I love that transparency. The Cohen, push my high lucid got is the detrimental impact on culture fobbing distributed teams. But when we talked before and I love this quote, you said companies von you that culture, what makes you say this. And how do you think about culture across remote teams? Yes. And to clarify what I mean by that, it's that companies overvalue the culture they have today and undervalue the culture that can evolve into and create in the future. So this was a big lesson for me from Julia hearts and event, bright that culture should not be stagnant or overly preserved. It should evolve with the team that you build a real bottoms up approach and as it relates to building remote teams, I think companies need to understand that as much as they wanted just export their culture to new markets. They really should be equally importing culture from that market into headquarters. I'm not sure who said it or coined the phrase, but I really like it. It's at cultures of verb, not a noun, and I think that's very much the spirit of what I believe in and what can alternately build longer term strength for a company with respect to culture, if coach as the prohibited, then I'm getting confused. What are the commonalities in challenges that really keep you up at night when you think about establishing a remote office for ninety stage company that calm. Analyses? Absolutely. I think the main challenge that we see that is common across the board is when companies decide way too late that they need to find a new market to build their team. So they're at their wit's end and basically throw this problem on the shoulders of engineering leadership to figure out and while many CTO's VP's of engineering have faced this problem in previous roles, talented goes systems around the world have changed so much even over the last few years that it's a whole new ballgame, and it forces that person who should be directing the technology vision for the product to focus on things like traveling back and forth to scope new markets, and figuring out office space and negotiating internally with legal in HR to get the operations figured out. And so when you end up putting that in to the engineering leadership at to juggle all of those different balls, that's definitely I think the biggest challenge and the commonality that we see when companies are deciding to establish a remote team and all the cool China's that we did discuss before as well..

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"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"To give you the chance to experience all the different functions that go into creating a real during business now. Absolutely. I do have one subsequent question I'm to intrigue, don't to ask. And as we have Jeremy Lee from light speed on the show is being one of your investors actually didn't think that he said to me in his audience, he kind of wrote in the coattails of great PICO, followed them maybe in a way like he might have done with Kevin halls of. It's fine by him, and he kind of mentioned on him flashing of when the right time is to not ride on the coattails anymore and really pursue your own thing. I'm intrigued. How did you think about that and kind of the mental framework you approached when leaving van Bryson, the safety of maybe Kevin hall and kind of this cures, he thought with him to pursue your passion with Tom? No. Now it's a great question and believe me, it was a tough choice to leave right after so many years and learning so many different parts of the business from sales to strategy to product. But to be honest, I went to Kevin when I was interested in leaving, and we had a very Frank and honest conversation about what the opportunity would be like in both him and Julia were incredibly supportive. And so I felt like I had their vote of confidence. It was absolutely the right time to to make a change. I did say, speeds, navy, invest before the show, and Coleman was you'll thesis around building these geographically diversified teams such stage. So building remind teams, the slightly concentrates may be the conventional wisdom of kind of. Scaling geographically. So why do you think that companies should geographically diverse fight maybe earlier in that gross? Absolutely. Great question. So I think simply building a company in one market like Silicon Valley is harder than ever before to sustain. In fact, I think it's unsustainable for ninety nine percent of the companies out there. Talent is obviously the most precious resource for technology company and being isolated in one market actually poses massive long-term risks to company's ability to compete, especially with high attrition rates.

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"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"serota" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"You have now arrived at your destination Dylan. It's such a pleasure to have you on the show. Stay a Houston's the one full Andrew dominant hymns for the injury, but thank you so much for joining me stay Dylan or pleasure to be here huge fan of the show and excited to be chatting with you. Well, I promise I'll pay you and bitcoin later about, but I do want to start today with your story. And how did you come to co found what I believe will be a lead in distributed engineering teams with Tom? No. What was that? Our home limit short thing, and there were a lot of people involved in timing was so important to make this happen. So quick background on me leading up to terminal in two thousand nine. I was in college at the university of Pennsylvania and actually trying to get my own startup off the ground when I was introduced to Kevin Hart's through a close friend and mentor of mine, and after a brief conversation with him, I got really excited about what he was doing with pride in the opportunity to work with Kevin. So I've Bandon my idea at the time and committed to joining event bright after graduation. And I joined when there was about thirty people and ended up staying for seven years while the. Grew to hundreds and hundreds of employees. And during my last few years I worked in product where I led the platform team as we scale the company, there was this continuous demand for great engineering talent. So we took on a remote development strategy and ended up acquiring and then building upon a team based in Mendoza Argentina. And this is where I saw firsthand the power of having access to talent in a market far outside the valley like Mendoza which has incredible engineers, and we're able to scale that team to around one hundred super fast. And I saw this as a critical competitive advantage for event. Right. So I wondered why more companies were thinking outside the valley to scale their teams. Meanwhile, all the big players were ready doing this like Facebook, Microsoft, Google, but earlier stage companies weren't taking the strategy and the fact is scaling global teams. The traditional way is really hard operationally. It's risky slow. It's expensive and it creates massive distractions across almost every function as you sensually need to replicate. All those functions in the new market. So my moment was when I realized that there's actually incredible opportunity to create a company that could simplify this process by thinking about providing a platform that could take on a lot of the large upfront costs of real estate and other services and complexities involved and create basically in AWS for remote operations. And as I said, timing was really lucky here because I've known the atomic team for a while and they had already been building a model like this for their own companies for a couple years. And this started out just as an internal service that they had created out of the pure need to.

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Channel 33

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"serota" Discussed on Channel 33

"About these events i the president congratulates him and looks forward to a time when we can hopefully have a good relationship with russia however the united states believes that everyone has a right to be heard in a symbol which everyone on twitter replied david wait a minute what happened to do not congratulate explicit instructions the trump ignored thanks to tom found for the heads up and soap on deb for actively trying to stop this runaway tweet all right david from the world of professional basketball a group award to anybody who made a joke about the philadelphia seventy sixers confetti guy on sunday the sixers tied the game at the end of regulation on marco bill to pointer confetti guy thought it was three pointer in that the sixers at one thus cluttering the court with crap and then there was a seven minute delay with a head to clean up the confetti which meant everybody had nothing to do but make twitter jokes like just they were just doing it over and over again twitter store and feted right literal literal storm i enjoyed this one from sierra it so he may damian trillard quote the confetti dropping earliest symbolic how the processes been prematurely been dubbed success even though the sixers haven't won anything i'm very smart please support me on patrie on for the full tag very nicely done with that tweet by the way the confetti guy via twitter was also wearing the actual confetti no joe business via reporter serota was wearing a shirt that's at breaking news i don't care in grad school confetti guy for staying on message in other nba playoffs news when lebron james went glass saturday to put the cavs up three games nothing in their series against the raptors everybody on nba twitter was reminded of raptors superfan drake song god's plan and here it is.

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