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"shopowners" Discussed on How I Built It
"And once they're in you. WanNa make sure that they are getting the most out of that relationship right so it's not just saying like here's everything. I have to offer it saying you bought X. I think why would be nice companion It'll add more value and it'll give more of what you're looking for. It'll help you solve the problems that you need solve. These are all experiments. Because you don't know if if your second point would be whether that's the right fit you might need to do some testing You could look at historical data with plug. Ins will export Explodes connects for daytime and really detailed data on you you you pick out the customer oldest and products and when you have a lot of data you can. You can separate that and say well. We'll the first product dabbled housing data. Come back and what was the second product. If you have lots of customers. She can see based on Applied at Intil upsell cross sell. Your best. Shopowners is probably an obvious one. But if it's not no I think I think that's a really good point right is You should kind of experiment a little bit and see what works what doesn't work but You know as we kind of approach the end of this episode. I think you've taken us on a really. This is a very structured way to do things right. Set Up Google analytics right way You know I'll have kind of detailed notes for this episode because there's a lot of kind of step by steps but look at the Average order value look at the behavior the attribution views and the cost position And then experiments in various places for upsells cross sells communicating. Better with the customer. Exactly on a nice you as you gain experience you become a lot more confident in in building up this relationship with the customer because with the older frequency you can also see that a lot of repeat businesses made after two weeks or maybe it's one month so then using some sort of email marketing tool whether it's You know free to use the mail chimp or Founds Clovio or active campaign Applied Science into your into the customer journey and then the exactly the same it to begin with the day off to it. Some sort of think-i email two weeks later after that and swollen so you repeat frequency buying cycle of your customer increases making the cost to acquire a lot less. That's just to touch on that again. There are You know I haven't used mail chimp in in a long time but the the email marketing tools. Ideally US like Convert Kit or Jilts do allow for things like that right so in convert kit. When somebody makes a purchase in commerce they get tagged with that purchase and then I could set up a sequence to email them that day. Thank you for your purchase. The next day. Hey have you logged into the chorus yet? I think you should really check it out. And then if I know that they're likely to buy an hour of consulting or a follow up course in two or three weeks time. I can tell convert kit. Email them in three weeks and say hey. Hope you're enjoying the course. If you have any questions let me know by the way if you want someone on one time with me you think absolutely you don't mind to spend a little bit more on premium tool in a great example absurd awesome so As we wrap up here you've given us. I mean you have given us a lot of tips. But let's say that somebody is They've recently set up their woo. Commerce shop What are two or three things that they can do today to start jumping into improving the customer journey absolutely first thing is connected with her to Galilee again? Search console is crucial because it will help to understand what you know where you position organically what are the keywords. Other things that people are looking full saying is to analyze you'll you'll search functionality inside you'll commercial make sure that each search query gets recorded in analytics in again that are listed tutorials on that and then it's applied tools to improve you Show one by one bit by bit. Look at first funding. The right product up selling it abandoned cod have threatened to check your. Thank you page Email reminder or whether it's a confirmation of an older and dispatch and Ultimat- improve on the whole full journey Amazon stood the best example we can all created if we have the time and money. But that's one thing. I found that people overlooked. Look at the most obvious examples around you. Yeah that's I mean I until you mentioned it earlier in this episode. It really didn't occur to me because you know I think. Oh I'm selling digital course so it's not really the same selling physical products but it is. You have somebody who likes what you're doing is giving you money to support that thing And you're not gonna be able to live forever on the hundred bucks that they spent five years ago or whatever right so stolen either Partnering WITH OTHER PEOPLE. You know a cross selling your service with somebody else. Who Does a a complimentary service? Advisors are great ways of adding value to each other's product. Yeah that's fantastic. I think we can talk about it for many more hours. But I think we'll have to have another episode talking about maybe learning specifically but This is this has been great Ronald if you do need to ask you my favorite question of course which is do you have any trade secrets for US? You've given us so much but You know is there some observation that you've made That will be very helpful to the listeners to this post because wasn't deployed. The pause is the best part. I wanted to make a compilation of of everybody. Every single one of my guests much trade secret and then they pause. I think just like I'm going to have the whole episode of that right. I'M GONNA go back to Chicago so I do. Need to ask my favorite question which is do you have any trade secrets for us. I think you mentioned it already three times. Ns it's enabling Google attribution view to me when I started experimenting with looking at I Click Alaskan data driven. Click a whole new world open to me on customer behavior. And it's down for free fantastic. Well I know that as soon as we are done recording here I am going to do that. I'm going to spend a little bit of extra time looking through my google analytics and Improving my shop So I appreciate that enable Google tradition view. I said this earlier but I'll have a link in the show notes which you can find over it how. I built it for how to do that. Ronald Thank you so much for joining us today. Where can people find you? You can find me on twitter just to Ronald to number two Also linked him. I think you'll have link. I'm guessing Checkouts sent me a message there as well always happy to have a conversation support awesome. I willing to all of that in the show no Toronto. Thank you so much for joining me today. I really appreciate it. Thank you ever. Thanks so much to Ronald joining us this week. The way that he uses. Google analytics was really impressive to me and I hope that You were able to follow him as he talked. Through some of these instructions there will be a link to some of these videos Over in the show knows at how I built dot it slash one six six thanks to h refs for sponsoring this episode. 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How the Teddy Bear Was Born
"This is a story about about the birth of the teddy bear it begins with one of the country's toughest presidents. Hetty Roosevelt when he was governor of New York he'd have wrestling matches at the state mansion as president he was a puncher like an actual puncher holding sparring matches at the White House a particularly bad job to his head left impartially blind a well teddy thought and that's teddy didn't just like to punch. He liked to shoot bears the bigger and the better in the fall of nineteen o two a year into his presidency. Teddy said off to Mississippi for bear hunting vacation today. There's only like fifty bears left in the whole state but in Teddy's time Mississippi's dense hardwood the forests in Cambridge were home to thousands hunting dogs would chase them out into the open. We're hunters on horseback could take those poor bears anyway. Teddy's vacation was big news. Newspapers breathlessly recounted his train train ride to the Wilderness and the roughness of his hunting camp. The headline is a New York Times said President in camp ready for bears ryding trousers heavy leather leggings blue flannel shirt quarter a coat. That's how the Times described the president's preparedness but as any hunter knows looking part is not actually the point the point is to shoot and kill Toboggan deer a bear whatever hours and hours went by but mister tough guy. President never fired a shot. This was not good for Teddy's temper or his image. The hunting guides were desperate to find him a bear. One Guy Changed Small one into a thicket then told Teddy to wait on the other side for the bear to come out. The bear didn't come out so teddy went to lunch. How desperate were Teddy's guides. Well they trap that small bear flubbed it over the head and tied it to treat a guide then and summoned the president to take his shot. Teddy refused Mr Tough Guy President thought it was unsportsmanlike to shoot an injured and tethered animal instead he urged e to put it out of its misery. The rest of the trip didn't go much better reporters hunting. The president through the cane breaks scared away all the analysts after a few more today's teddy gave up. He had nothing to show for his vacation except for a few measly trout twitter around back then Teddy's flop would have been a trending topic Washington Post cartoonist Clifford Berryman was so captivated by the accounts of Teddy's bad luck that he drew a cartoon depicting the president's refusal to shoot the small helpless tied up bear. Uh in the frame berryman shrink to bear to cub size the drawing ran in newspapers across the country and now we've reached the cuddly portion of the story in Brooklyn New York shop owner saw the cartoon an in had an idea for a new toy. He and his wife Soda Plush Stuffed Bear then displayed in the window with this label. Teddy's his bare before making more. The shopowners wrote to Teddy asking for permission to use his name. Teddy said fine no problem. He also doubted whether anyone would buy one.
"shopowners" Discussed on KOMO
"In ballet. A shopowner said he's terrorizing their neighborhood in a single day in September twenty eight team. He stopped it from five stores in a two hour period, brazenly pushing his shopping cart full of the stolen items from store to store. He also assault shopkeepers, who try to stop him Goodman, says they took a sample of one hundred of these frequent flyers the common factor all homeless, all addicted to drugs, all with underlying mental health issues. Members of the council say the city needs to do a better job of keeping the streets safe in finding a better way to keep this group from committing crimes, Charlie harder. Komo news Washington is on track to become a sanctuary state. Details from komo's Jeff Pohjola governor Inslee signed a Bill on Tuesday, creating the new rules among them police officers in the state will be restricted from asking about immigration status, except in limited circumstances, and the state attorney general will drop rules for courthouses hospitals and other government facilities hoping to limit their use as hunting grounds for federal immigration agents, the rules, expand 2017 executive order from the. Governor which imposed similar requirements only on state agencies. A move advocates said, stopped short of other sanctuary states which include Oregon and California. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. How do you combat a rise in white nationalism, and extreme if not violent content on the internet, New Zealand's ambassador to the United States in town, working on that problem with the tech sector and Rosemary Bank says many are signing onto the Christchurch call to action at does? Connect all of us, including the take companies to look for ways to prevent the, the sort of live streaming of the crash each massacres that, unfortunately head and she says, well, freedom of speech has to be protected. The live streaming of the massacre should never have been allowed the native tribe, right next to the site of a future. Natural gas plant says their health is threatened by the project. Komo's Ryan Harris tells us Puget Sound energy representatives will listen to their concerns members of the Puyallup tribe say the liquid natural gas plant right next to their land on the Tacoma tide. Flats would violate their treaty rights and increased greenhouse gas emissions, and our state PSE's Andy waffler tells me they believe it's the best way to clean up the transportation industry. You're concerned about orcas and salmon. And I think almost all of us are LNG is the right move because unlike oil, it can't spill into Puget Sound is the best step we can take today for both air and water in our area with tribal members and others say the fracking to get the guests causes leaks of methane, which they say are far worse and grossly underestimated so PSE representatives are taking the time to listen to their concerns this afternoon. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Still to come on KOMO a call for the State Department to step into a dispute involving the Skagit river. I'm Bill O'neil. I'll have more on. What members of congress are saying six thirty four. Aaa traffic.
"shopowners" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Shopowner who was charged with being offense for a burglary. Ring that included the main line more from KYWZ suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert, we'll seem Shehzad was found guilty by judge Richard Haas of nine counts, including receiving stolen property and conspiracy to receive stolen property, and he was found not guilty on thirty four other charges. His attorney Steve fairly calls with the victory can use. Charged with probably close to a hundred different victims of crimes so good win. Prosecutor Alison Ruth defendant was convicted of two felonies the third degree and numerous other misdemeanors. So we'll be asking for a significant prison sentence at the appropriate time after she was odd. Shop on Philadelphia's jewelers row was rated in January twenty seventeen he was accused of selling jewelry for multi-state burglary ring, which police say included several homes on the main line the Montgomery Kennedy. As office created a website to try to reconnect what they called stolen jewelry with its rightful owners. But fairly says the trial raised ignificant questions about how the jewelry was distributed in Norristown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Now, it's time for KYW sports. Sponsored by septa. Tom Kelly pro sports radio WIP sports update Villanova hosted Xavier Friday flow recap KYW's, Ed Benkin Villanova to five in our big east way at fourteen and four overall at eighty five seventy five victory over Xavier. The Wildcats led by eight at the half the musketeers closed within one in the second half before eleven free. Run gave Villanova some breathing room believer grow to fifteen later in the second half Villanova shot fifty percent of the field and hit fifteen reporters. The cats got balanced for you spill book led the way with twenty two Conor Gillespie at eighteen at our past had seventeen points and eight rebounds, number twenty two. Over Xavier eighty five seventy five of the center, I'm Ed Benkin, KYW NewsRadio.
"shopowners" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Shopowner who was charged with being offense for a burglary. Ring that included the main line more from KYWZ suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert, seems Shas odd was found guilty by judge Richard Haas of nine counts, including receiving stolen property and conspiracy to receive stolen property, and he was found not guilty on thirty four other charges. His attorney Steve fairly calls with the victory in us. Is charged with probably close to a hundred different victims of crimes. So a good win. Prosecutor Alison Ruth the defendant was convicted of two felonies the third degree and numerous other misdemeanors. So we'll be asking for a significant prison sentence at the appropriate time after shazaki shop on Philadelphia's jewelers row was rated in January twenty seventeen he was accused of selling jewelry for multi-state burglary ring, which police say included several homes on the main line the Montgomery County. DA's office created a website to try to reconnect what they called stolen jewelry with its rightful owners. But fairly says the trial raised significant questions about how the jewelry was distributed in Norristown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. But now it's time for KYW sports. Sponsored by septa. I'm Tom Kelly. From SportsRadio WIP sports update Villanova hosted Xavier Friday for recap KYW's. Ed Bankin Villanova grew to five big east. Why at fourteen and four overall at eighty five seventy. Five victory over Xavier. The Wildcats led by eight at the half the musketeers closed within one in the second half before eleven three run gave Villanova some breathing room believer grow to fifteen later in the second half Villanova shot fifty percent of the field and hit fifteen three pointers. The cats got balanced for you spill both led the way with twenty two Conor. Gillespie added eighteen at our Pasco had seventeen points and eight rebounds, number twenty two. Xavier eighty five seventy five part of the center, I'm Ed Benkin, KYW NewsRadio..
"shopowners" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A shopowner in Belgium prevented a robbery by telling the burglars blank. Your mother would be ashamed of Yale. No, actually, he told them. This really isn't a good time. Could you come back later? John entered around noon and the owner quickly. Explain there really wasn't much money in the store and that they should come back later. So they left the came back five hours later the odor convinced them to leave for a second time. Eventually the robbers were arrested undercover officers. Don't worry though, the group is already planning an escape from prison. Just as soon as they find out what time is most convenient. Bill. How did Helen doing our quiz? Well, she got six right twelve more points. All right faith. You're up next fill in the blank on Sunday night far right candidate Jerry Bolsonaro claimed victory in the presidential elections in blank, Brazil, right? And report released Monday suggested that the White House is planning to impose blanks and all remaining Chinese imports tariffs, right? This week. The Senate intelligence committee said they were investigating Trump's former chief strategist blanks actions during the two thousand sixteen election. Oh, bannon. Yes. Totally change policy. Streaming service. Blanks said it would release three movies into theaters before adding them to their site Netflix. Yes, missouri. We're proud to announce it. They'd recovered a four thousand dollar blank stolen from a hospital last week inflatable cola. Yes, indeed on Wednesday. Mexico's supreme court ruled that the country's ban on recreational blank was unconstitutional. Marijuana right on Thursday employees have search giant blank begin a worldwide walkout to protest the company's sexual harassment scandals Google, right? This week a.
"shopowners" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"And that's even like a thing where it's a thing where if you were like, the the one the same way as like the one who's bullied comes the bully. Yeah. I think it fits into that. Maybe maybe very, right. So that was fascinating. Once I was reminded of that plan. Yeah. That's even more bizarre. Right. Did you read about how Sears is like, you know, folding? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'm noticing it always got like looks like a swat S. Yeah. Like shutting down all over the place. And then like don't they still tires now? Right. And like. To me. It was sorta like that. Whereas like, we I mean they've been replaced, and then you seeing all these articles about Hollick they were the Amazon of before there was Amazon they had everything there's but like like, I would say even until my childhood and eighties. You'd get the Sears catalog, and it was a big deal. And they what I didn't know. And thanks to like, the historians on Twitter that do those threads where you learn a lot. Yeah. I learned about how way way way back in the. Early twentieth. Century early to mid. That going shopping was a very difficult thing for people of color to do because shopowners didn't want you to buy their stuff. They wanted you out of the store. And so like to get stuff was hard and so- Sears created mail order system where they created that. Yeah. Like, it was then, and that's like they're the Amazon before Amazon. I I totally didn't know that. Yes. This Sears catalog started to be distributed, and that way, people of color were able to purchase what they needed without having to go to actual brick and mortar store and then. A lot of times. The let me think how this went the post office was connected to I don't know. I guess stores that were competing with Sears. And they were convincing the post office not to give people of color, the mail orders that you needed to to send Steph or the Bank. The Bank was connected to the post office or whatever. And then we're having trouble getting 'cause you pay via like a mail order. And so then they had to put in this year's catalog for people color, if you need postage take this to your actual, Meryl carrier, and then the money for the stamp and that way still doing good for Sears. Thank you. Here's new that. They were making it. So the people color a by the crap I need it who was running Sears this time. His name was Sears. Oh, well, thank you. Yes. Mr. series was a good guy. Yeah. Man. And also a smart businessman, right because guess what? On titan color keta device. Right. And I mean, come on in like the truth is everyone was using it even like the biggest who hated the fact that it allowed people of color to buy things. So it just was successful business final in screw those idiots who tried to stop them. Cool story going under it will. Yeah. I mean, they it's like the times over and we've moved onto different ways of doing business. But for time it was a really solved a problem didn't Sears, maybe probably who has the Kardashian line. Oh, is it JC Penney. Yes. Yes. It is. And they've had a lot of problems too..
"shopowners" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Me like I'm being serious. I feel like I may have been dead in that moment. What's up? Jackie. Welcome to grab a live. How you doing Jackie? Hi. So. They came out with the new information today was in the guys. It wasn't in my God. So right. So he didn't even have the hatchet in his hand. He had in the front of his pants and he shot twice and killed. Yeah. I mean, the shopowner Mr. don's going to jail, right? He's too. He hasn't been arrested. Yeah. And look, nobody likes a thief. It sucks. But. I don't think it's okay to shoot and kill someone who does not have a gun. What's up Patrick? How you doing? Drew a great show. Thanks. I really enjoy it. I think John hit the point that you don't know what all went on before this happened. And none of us were there. Right. And the callers are bringing up good points about you know, he's the deescalate the situation. I've been concealed carry for over ten years. Situation. He's murdering someone who doesn't have a weapon, sir. It's not DS. The guy leaving de-escalate by tying league. I got you. But but but then if you swing the pendulum the other way, what if he does pivots and turns around with the hatchet and hit somebody. But he didn't just drop that. No, no, I understand it didn't. But maybe you should have dropped the hatchet. But he had to. He didn't even have it in his hands, the the hatchet and his pants. Wow. No. They know that the city councilman. He's gonna have issues with this one. I I agree. I think he's going to jail. So even in greatest backyard, seventy seven five seven nine hundred eighty five and for by saying, oh, shoot him in the arm shoot him, and you can hit an artery in the leg and someone can still die. So you don't pull the asset. We'll tell you is taking the class. You don't pull the trigger unless you plan to kill. That's right. And I'm not ready yet. Now ready to kill yet. Really, man. You're talking about us wanting to kill someone. You're the gunman out there the one God you are. You're a potential gun..
"shopowners" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Are we putting too much dollar investment or unity comics, so expensive that we can't charge enough to justify that right? The apple model is let's put a bunch of really cool technology into it and you know, high design, but we're going to charge a real premium and they're able to do that at scale, right? And we weren't able to necessarily charge the premiums that justified all of the cogs. The cost of goods sold that we. Put into the device. And so that's the the downside, frankly, of being a high design product. Why take all that money. If you knew this, you know, this wasn't gonna work. What time you do. I mean, look, we. We didn't take money thinking it wasn't going to get. I mean, I mean, we. we took, we took, we created the smart headset space. We thought that was gonna continue. It's very hard to predict right when these things flowering as you know. And then do you have the flat line that's they always do at some point. They asked him to write, you know, one of the things people don't talk about enough is apple did the iphone as a transition from ipod. It was probably one the most masterful prog transitions when they were the peak of the market and runs like, wow, they're just sort of dumping enough. We watch the other side of that, which was the Motorola razor where I think they did twenty one versions of that same phone, right? Just trying to sort of ride the wave. And so a lot of that is a timing issue cannibalizing yourself decide and you have the new thing. It's ready to go and kind of scaling to the next level. And I would say that we did it for a couple of generations, but what we didn't do well was continued to harness and continue to bring the new thing in the new thing in the new thing. And candidly, it's really hard to do that across three different categories at the same time within a start up the. Capitola takes the amount of people the talent to forward front. All of that is is really, really expensive. What did you go ahead keep going. So I think that's a big challenge. I was talking to marry me. The other day was investor in in the for shopowners. She said, I wonder what would have happened had we sort of thought about selling off those businesses at their peaks? Didn't you? It's hard to predict when peak is. Well, I know. But you know, there is a pay by the time. You see it's starting to to be descending. Right? And there's a variety of factors in some ways. You know, the thing that got us through when we had to take the up was our speaker business. We had to take the up off market. You know, we stayed alive because we had the speaker business to Sal. I'm suspecting you had a number of chances to do so at something. So it was very hot for a long time. You know, look, it wasn't just a me decision, right? I think that there was opportunities where we had our Tuesday exit the business. I think that you know, you look. All the factors you look at where you stand, you look at what you have in the pipe, and you make that decision the best you can with your board to say, can we take it to the next level? Do we have resources cut? You know, we're believers your entrepreneurs getting kicked in the head with each like at some point. But at some point you get credit for perseverance, right? I mean, maybe. No, but I want you get what the values built on, right? But most people who've done better have sold. It seems like Instagram, lots of things could, but by the way he could've made Instagram, enormous Kevin system. Right? Who's who is investing in your newest thing? We'll talk about that in a minute. But yes, he has made enormous, but it's where someone else, what would he have done if it was by itself, for example, or what do you have gotten to that level? These are all the things that entrepreneurs go into. What prevented you from doing that?.
FINA Motta, Dana Walden and New York Times discussed on Joe Giglio
"Six forty six fifty three on k._n._x. sing it everybody the wheels on the bus bus stop and they've done that on the one ten at m._l._k. we'll take you there coming up in just a moment he adds a cigarette in it's bad it's on the way in two minutes but i the new york times is defending the higher of a tech writer despite a series of racist social media tweets aimed at white people sarah john south korean native posted the offensive comments several years ago the times says it was unaware it was aware of the tweets but felt that she had become the subject of frequent online harassment as a young asian woman jong has apologized for the remarks news is brought to you by bob smith b._m._w. fox says you trust the creators of the simpsons simpson's to handle the show's depiction of indian shopowner apu which has drawn fire as a racist stereotype fox television group c._e._o. dana walden says producer james brooks and his team are going to handle their approach to the character in the best way for the animated series walden told a tv critics meeting that the show's creators streets the characters on the simpsons with respect and it should be there call A. Woman suing a hospital in oceanside says she underwent us. His Aaron section without anesthesia FINA Motta. Filed a lawsuit last month claiming that. The anesthesia, anesthesiologist did not answer pages at the Tri city medical center last. Fall so the emergency operation was performed without, him she was more, than, forty, one weeks, pregnant when, she was admitted. To the.
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"shopowners" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"I i guess i was surprised that it ended up five four instead of seven to i mean you know the idea that the state of california could force pro life pregnancy centers to advertise for a free abortion services i mean to me was just so far over the line i mean why was it five four instead of seven to what can it's it's hard to know for sure but what we can say based on survey tion of other decisions is that when the court issues a ruling that's like a nine zero ruling or seven to two ruling in this day and age what that likely means is that the ruling is very very narrow it doesn't impact a lot of other cases or a lot of other people it's very specific because you can't get that many justices to graham broad principle so yes we would've expected a ruling that was nine hour or seven to what it would have been very narrow and instead thankfully we got a decision that may have been closer in the vote but is very broad in its protection to all americans and some of our biggest decisions in the history of our nation have been five to four vote so it is the majority decision and it is a very broad win but as i said well hope people like barron now who in her case she's being sued her business but also personally she stands to lose everything she owned because she declined one single event in ten years of serving a customer bear no i want to play off of that because that's such an important point and i can't imagine when rob came in and you had that really difficult conversation with this client of yours that you had any idea that you would end up in the center of some of the most important discussions in the history of our nation really i mean i certainly for people of faith but just in general i mean we're really wrestling through as a nation some of the most difficult questions we face in terms of how to balance freedoms and i can't imagine you ever had that in mind if you knew then what you know now would you made the same decision your word fine that's the bible pretty clear and if we're going to be faithful to god's word faithful followers and that's where i stand yeah well i think that's absolutely right and i think that's an important word because the same thing is is in the same way that you didn't know where all of this would lead i mean right now in towns across america my guess is there are other shopowners private business owners that are being forced to choose between their deeplyheld convictions and the future of their business they're being placed in places uncertainty and baron l you obviously have a deep faith with with the lord could you speak a little bit just on a spiritual level of of how the lord has sustained you what what what is god used to kind of walk you through the last several years which clearly have been difficult have you know not been what you expected how has got encouraged you and let you in this time church member and studying my home thing in the choir all that and i had a great relationship with the church but through those years also i went we were sending carbon times cancer having my father passed away and it changed my relationship if i was going to be truly follow christ and i had to walk the walk so good fit me to all those things to bring me where he has days and all these promises are true and faithful and without those experiences i wouldn't have to drink to stand up like today so i'm very grateful that he replied me to be where i am well you've been inspiration to an awful lot of people and i'm i consider it a privilege maranello to have have had a chance to meet you at various events and and to tell your story on different break point radio programs and podcasts.
"shopowners" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The plunging value of the iranian riyal briefly closed tehran's grand bazaar video of those protests show crowds chanting for shopowners to close their businesses economic protests erupted in several cities around iran earlier this year and npr's peter kenyon is following the story from istanbul hey peter i know well so what's going on in these most recent protests in iran well there were big crowds at the grand bazaar you heard a bit of it they weren't shopping though just demonstrating and there were protests also outside the parliament iranians have basically been under pain of a falling currency for some time now the buying power is weak retail sector suffering at has ripple effects some extremely sharp recent drops the around the media say the real felt a ninety thousand to the dollar on the black market now the official rates forty two thousand so this protest is getting a bit more attention because it happened in tehran but there have been protests on and off for months now in other cities so what is the government saying well the government says the united states is to blame for all of this iran's economy was already underperforming before donald trump pulled out of the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal but it's gotten worse since then especially with american sanctions coming soon president hassan ronnie tells state tv it's part of a longstanding desire in washington to topple iranian governor something they failed to do for decades we're also seeing reports now that some of these demonstrators have been arrested and may not be released on bail so the government's taking it seriously well given that iran does not have control over what the us does regarding sanctions is there anything that iran can do to shore up its economy.
"shopowners" Discussed on X96
"Mob or any other tips that cases gone cold police have been investigating since the mob chased the men to the shop on four south era guess we determined gina determined it's there in the lower half of that stone ground it was after pride festival on june second justice that shop was about to close the man about a dozen of them all white stood outside the shop making threatening gestures to the people and yelling homophobic slurs and there are witnesses to this not just the not just the people who were being threatened and not the just the shopowner there were other witnesses a matter of fact there was a witness a friend of the program that we know was at one of the witnesses terrence mannerisms the employee of the store he stepped outside to stop the mob from entering he took a punch began fighting back in the mob dispersed after a security guard a appeared manner he went back in and started taking orders and here let's let's everybody have some desert here calm down if something similar happens again the owner of dokie dokie eirik ao said her shop we'll be ready she's been speaking with the company about installing security cameras inside and outside even though there haven't been any other physical incidents at the store ms ko said she wants to be prepared this part of town is kind of dangerous sometimes and it is it's down there by library square and there's a lotta yeah round the track stations we just want to prevent this kind of thing from happening again she said gina did you see that the golden state killer has been cleared now i saw the headline i didn't read the story accused golden state killer joseph de ngelo has been cleared this week areas of a one thousand nine hundred seventy cold cases slaying of a woman and her young son the double murder and seamy valley southern california was reopened recently when authorities discovered that craig coli the man who spent thirty eight years behind bars for that crime was innocent so they've they find out that this poor schmo who's been in prison for thirty eight years innocent i've always said i was innocent and they find probably the innocence project i don't know who got him so they cut him loose so they said well it was the.
"shopowners" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One of the questions that's going to have to be answered now by the administration is when did he come when did he get knowledge of this payment and the distinction you point out is an important one that giuliani has said this payment is money didn't come from campaign funds that is important because the central legal question here isn't whether this affair happened or even whether or not donald trump paid money to keep stormy daniels quiet it's whether or not the money was part of of the campaign right yes yes so there is a question of whether this violated campaign finance laws there are some people who have said that even if it didn't come from the campaign if it was helping the campaign an argument could be made that that it could constitute a violation if they didn't report it and things of that nature because are still be questions raised about this is the timing obviously this payment was made in the up to the to the vote which is why would have you could argue that it affected the outcome aisha roscoe npr white house reporter thank you so much thank you britain has imposed a sugar tax to try and cut the consumption of sugary drinks but this taxes having an unexpected effect on scotland's beloved national beverage iron brew npr's peter kenyon reports from glasgow if you've never heard of iron brew chances are you haven't spent much time in scotland where it's been called the country's other national drink after scotch bright orange cans or bottles of our in bruce seemed to be everywhere one website describes it as tasting like a cross between bubblegum and cream soda the new tax prompted the makers of iron brew to cut the sugar and half these days scott shopowners find customers and the occasional reporter squinting at the iron rule labels the future well this isn't britain marshall works at a glasgow convenience store and during this phase in period he's still stocking both the new iron brew and the full sugar original he says he seemed people by cases of the old stuff via looking for the original dentist keeps them in business.
"shopowners" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Connected with people think it's the school should be hardened i mean i think that's insanity but they're not attacking the students per se saying you are vile you are horrible you are taking advantage i mean really crazy stuff and then this is kind of weird one the shopowners who have birds bird shop owners say that there is a ring of bird thieves in the at avid had a bad bad you wonder bird birds costs i did not thousand seven thousand dollars ten thousand dollars they're expensive parrots cockatoos cows rebecca's blue macaws ring neck and they're there and they they talk a blue streak by the way i mean just there's some great stories a friend of ours has an africa has several african grays and they can mimic anything and one of the grays picked up the ringing of the telephone perfectly so they never know when the telephone is ringing because you can't tell the difference whether it's the bird or the actual phone so they're running to pick up the phone constantly we'll take a break come back and finish it all up all right jennifer jones lee a news break three young kids have escaped a car fire in a parking lot in the valley the la city fire department says the fivemonthold three year old and six year old we're left alone in the jaguar while their mom went into the store someone alerted her that the car had caught fire and she was able to get the kids out and police in maryland say the high school student who shot and killed a classmate killed himself afterward officials announced last week that the seventeen year old school shooter had been stopped in a shootout with the school resource officer the now investigators say the shot that killed the shooter was self inflicted we have problems on the sixty now we'll check the.
Four new opioid reports and studies reveal how serious the crisis is — and how it got that way
"You'll hear from local shopowners on any impacts this construction could make on business elena thank you new numbers out on the opioid crisis show overdoses are off about thirty percent across the country these mostly nonfatal overdoses rove almost everywhere but the most drastic jump was right here in the midwest were odeih's climbed seventy percent overall opioid overdoses were more likely to happen in large cities men and women alike were affected and it didn't seem to matter what socioeconomic group people fell into kentucky was the only state see declines in opioid overdoses it's 546 this morning nashville tennessee has a new mayor after megan berry resigned on tuesday she pleaded guilty to theft charges related to overtime pay for her former police bodyguard but he received while the two were having an extramarital affair both barry in the former cobb we'll have to repay the city vicemayor david briley was sworn in as nashville's numair you will serve a at least until a special election is held in august west virginia teachers got their raises atalas this apple schmooze across the state were closed for nine days is teachers went on strike an agreement was signed into law this week to raise their pay by five percent the west virginia center on budget and policy found on average a teacher with two kids and a spouse so health caused increase by nearly a thousand dollars in the last three years now while the average pay remained flat analysts say this pay raise is critical we'll there may soon be some new changes to florida gun laws the state senate approved the douglas high school public safety act that bill would create new restrictions on rifles sales and allow some teachers to carry guns in school floridians would also have to be 21 before buying a gun legally it would also establish a threeday waiting period for most gun purchases and bans the bumps stocks the father of a shooting victim is demanding change we must be the last families to lose loved ones to mass murder in a school this time must be different and we demand action the measure passed the senate narrowly and must passed the house before governor rick scott can sign it the victims of the.
"shopowners" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"A work this fucking shopowners arkansas artis but you're you're a kid a dogfight drew just think how you're going to be eligible now an odd way civilised opted hella gets into out of thinking about these things she imposes some good ideas good thought but the the basis of it is highly deeply flawed deep wow and and think more by the honor number nervous system that's rid the horror near earns out this this stuff above the diaphragm and and our gut fairy import neural material in connecting with other people may not even worse you've got we got we've got gigantic brains in our region our solar plexus in over our chest and inner most of us their peripheral brains we have no idea how they work with a sympathetic chain all on her spinal cord we have no idea what that's processing or how it really what it's doing eight and then it's all informed with level the brain's stem and then that send stuff up again into these feeling in the middle of the insulin all these other areas that are sort of a new dino teaching us misery and joy in what's notable with larry's you this do you think will offer true yes understand i do where do you think bro you wind leave something about it that's just magical there are some inevitable quality to it for sure because it is it is holistic an analogue and nondigital do getos you know like the just even the you know if you've ever seen the person pathetic plexus the lies over a stomach it's a net still web yes amoeba is that highlyorganized you know what i mean is that is that a highly we're gonna figure out the wiring nails i'm not sure but there guys like steven porches out there really working out the vegas nerve and how the vegas informs us from the heart of what what's coming to sort of lee's what's coming up that trunk to them race were beginning to understand that quite a bit quite a bit now in poor just some might join them what are the differing and look up i do have done several interviews with him he could do you can check eye decreases great information it turns out now the the in the image of like a medical degrees and they would it turns out the the uh the evolution of them and the development of the.
"shopowners" Discussed on AP News
"Services like netflixing hulu and amazon prime and there's though foreign transaction fees when used outside the us barklays an uber said point transfers to airlines will be coming in 2018 for the ap rob friends with rivet our mom who beat and tried to strangle her daughter because she recited bible verses wrong has been sentenced to prison forty one yearold rhonda schaaf nur was sentenced to two and a half to five years in prison after she pleaded guilty to aggravated assault police say she forced the girl to kneel on the bathroom floor in their middletown pennsylvania home and repeat verses from the bible they say shopowners slammed her head into the wall each time she made a mistake and they say shop noor also threaten to strangle and kill the girl the girl called her father who drove her to a police station a second lawsuit has been filed to stop massachusetts museum from selling forty works of art including two by norman rockwell the the suit says the berkshire museum in pittsburgh cold breached its contract with members when it remove the art the museum says it's selling the works to raise money and refocus its mission nicolas o'donnell a lawyer for the three lennox residents who filed the suit tells the berkshire regal that the sale is a lazy solution to the museums financial challenges norman rockwell's three sons were among those who filed the first suit the museums lawyers say both suits are without merit thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know that the associated press produces news related books here's what's new in upcoming first pet presidential dog heads and other critters deadly force fiddle confrontations with police the hubble telescope a unit verse new discovery and many more visit ap dot org slush books to purchase or visit amazon barnes and noble does called books.
"shopowners" Discussed on WCTC
"Burns tens at a hospital there and released to us suffered facial injuries wanna also at one of the two also with a possible eye injury two of the women had been hospitalized for shock in osa prize air right manned you've got to resist the you've got to look you at every turn you have to know what is going on around you every minute of every day michael abruzzi of from golden tiger karate who does some free classes air for self the fence you better believe he might have something on this clash very soon at his place so if you reach out the him he's got these free classes at i'm telling you could do could save your life or someone else's got people throwing acid at each other now you got to be careful st louis where things are are not coming down at all there was a verdict last week where he police officer was acquitted in the shooting of a of a black man some years ago and it's been anything but quiet in st louis at got so bad on friday you to cancel the concert that they were supposed to play in town shopowners residents cleaning up broken glass assessing damage and met bracing for more protests a couple of nights of violence that were sparked by this acquittal st louis county police arrested nine people saturday night an early sunday the protests turned violent 33 arrest and to sing lewis neighborhoods some of the stores that were damage were back open on sunday local artists trying you enhance the appearance of plywood covering broken window swell here's an idea don't break in the first place at least one protest was planned for today maybe even this afternoon at the police headquarters downtown lot's going on social media to organize these protests it started friday a judge cleared a former cop jason stockily first degree murder charges 2011 shooting of anthony lem marsh smith this is the ring a highspeed car chase stockily shooting smith at their smith fled.
"shopowners" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Look local shopowners refused for the spoiler alert let me hit you to stop that are there was probably space somewhere on that the new person for the bears but he didn't bullet they are addressed out of elegant remembering minister in an thinking g what could go wrong there well people but refused to display the poster in their store windows and that sort of thing they're promoters wanted something different so they commissioned a new design from madison avenue ed guy arnold skolnick skull exposed repeats reema simpler design and we all know what a white dove perched on the neck of a qatar answer bright red background and skolnik's tag line three days a piece of music became the absolute rallying cry for the whole festival in his durban guitar became instantly internationally recognisable and you still see it every now and then today and it's just as i mentioned before it's iconic but what kind of a lesson can we learn from all that mark well that the poster they actually use was a lot less intricate there was a lot it was a lot simpler right yep exactly it was plain but it got to the point and in the financial world is sometimes isn't simpler better at retirement plan doesn't have to be overly com place to be effective or if you're talking to a financial advisor or stockbroker and they're just talking over your head you know i would stop right there and say whoa whoa whoa whoa you're not speaking my language let explain really what does that mean in layman's terms see that's what we try to do all the time i'm here all of our financial maestro's.