17 Burst results for "Sixmilliondollar"

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Harvey weinstein one that bidding war and started to greece the publicity machine for in anticipation of this kind of no karen dana something right now but they didn't see eyetoeye and in the end troy was a quite tenacious than and didn't like the casting ideas they had trouble casting they fought of casting lots of different way so eventually that went into turnaround and some guys picked it up and put it together and it was totally risky but i like the role and i remember troy came from los angeles to worcester group to see a show a show that he probably it was interesting because it wasn't probably the kind of show that he would normally say but he had interesting comments troy is very sharp he's very sharp is a smart guy so i just hopped on board and we made this movie that structured in enters thing way in it's a interesting character and i just have on with it it seems like it would have been fun all right so this leads into the into the movie for which he get oscar nomination over to in it's really one of the most out there but really in and creative that i could think of in that is as mac shrek in the sixmilliondollar shadow of the vampire indy where just to remind people against the general premise here is that for the nineteen 21 horror movie nosrat to which actually exists obviously murnau did not actually higher an actor to play a vampire he hired a vampire flame self and that you as mac shrek even in that synopsis it sounds insane and yet it was great i i it was a very good time a beautiful wrong a beautiful opportunity for an actor because i worked from a model i had matched it a copy with there wasn't much known about him right no but but i have the movie knock you out yet i.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Harvey weinstein one that bidding war and started to greece the publicity machine for in anticipation of this kind of no karen dana something right now but they didn't see eyetoeye and in the end troy was a quite tenacious than and didn't like the casting ideas they had trouble casting they fought of casting lots of different way so eventually that went into turnaround and some guys picked it up and put it together and it was totally risky but i like the role and i remember troy came from los angeles to worcester group to see a show a show that he probably it was interesting because it wasn't probably the kind of show that he would normally say but he had interesting comments troy is very sharp he's very sharp is a smart guy so i just hopped on board and we made this movie that structured in enters thing way in it's a interesting character and i just have on with it it seems like it would have been fun all right so this leads into the into the movie for which he get oscar nomination over to in it's really one of the most out there but really in and creative that i could think of in that is as mac shrek in the sixmilliondollar shadow of the vampire indy where just to remind people against the general premise here is that for the nineteen 21 horror movie nosrat to which actually exists obviously murnau did not actually higher an actor to play a vampire he hired a vampire flame self and that you as mac shrek even in that synopsis it sounds insane and yet it was great i i it was a very good time a beautiful wrong a beautiful opportunity for an actor because i worked from a model i had matched it a copy with there wasn't much known about him right no but but i have the movie knock you out yet i.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Harvey weinstein one that bidding war and started to greece the publicity machine for in anticipation of this kind of no karen dana something right now but they didn't see eyetoeye and in the end troy was a quite tenacious than and didn't like the casting ideas they had trouble casting they fought of casting lots of different way so eventually that went into turnaround and some guys picked it up and put it together and it was totally risky but i like the role and i remember troy came from los angeles to worcester group to see a show a show that he probably it was interesting because it wasn't probably the kind of show that he would normally say but he had interesting comments troy is very sharp he's very sharp is a smart guy so i just hopped on board and we made this movie that structured in enters thing way in it's a interesting character and i just have on with it it seems like it would have been fun all right so this leads into the into the movie for which he get oscar nomination over to in it's really one of the most out there but really in and creative that i could think of in that is as mac shrek in the sixmilliondollar shadow of the vampire indy where just to remind people against the general premise here is that for the nineteen 21 horror movie nosrat to which actually exists obviously murnau did not actually higher an actor to play a vampire he hired a vampire flame self and that you as mac shrek even in that synopsis it sounds insane and yet it was great i i it was a very good time a beautiful wrong a beautiful opportunity for an actor because i worked from a model i had matched it a copy with there wasn't much known about him right no but but i have the movie knock you out yet i.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Harvey weinstein one that bidding war and started to greece the publicity machine for in anticipation of this kind of no karen dana something right now but they didn't see eyetoeye and in the end troy was a quite tenacious than and didn't like the casting ideas they had trouble casting they fought of casting lots of different way so eventually that went into turnaround and some guys picked it up and put it together and it was totally risky but i like the role and i remember troy came from los angeles to worcester group to see a show a show that he probably it was interesting because it wasn't probably the kind of show that he would normally say but he had interesting comments troy is very sharp he's very sharp is a smart guy so i just hopped on board and we made this movie that structured in enters thing way in it's a interesting character and i just have on with it it seems like it would have been fun all right so this leads into the into the movie for which he get oscar nomination over to in it's really one of the most out there but really in and creative that i could think of in that is as mac shrek in the sixmilliondollar shadow of the vampire indy where just to remind people against the general premise here is that for the nineteen 21 horror movie nosrat to which actually exists obviously murnau did not actually higher an actor to play a vampire he hired a vampire flame self and that you as mac shrek even in that synopsis it sounds insane and yet it was great i i it was a very good time a beautiful wrong a beautiful opportunity for an actor because i worked from a model i had matched it a copy with there wasn't much known about him right no but but i have the movie knock you out yet i.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Harvey weinstein one that bidding war and started to greece the publicity machine for in anticipation of this kind of no karen dana something right now but they didn't see eyetoeye and in the end troy was a quite tenacious than and didn't like the casting ideas they had trouble casting they fought of casting lots of different way so eventually that went into turnaround and some guys picked it up and put it together and it was totally risky but i like the role and i remember troy came from los angeles to worcester group to see a show a show that he probably it was interesting because it wasn't probably the kind of show that he would normally say but he had interesting comments troy is very sharp he's very sharp is a smart guy so i just hopped on board and we made this movie that structured in enters thing way in it's a interesting character and i just have on with it it seems like it would have been fun all right so this leads into the into the movie for which he get oscar nomination over to in it's really one of the most out there but really in and creative that i could think of in that is as mac shrek in the sixmilliondollar shadow of the vampire indy where just to remind people against the general premise here is that for the nineteen 21 horror movie nosrat to which actually exists obviously murnau did not actually higher an actor to play a vampire he hired a vampire flame self and that you as mac shrek even in that synopsis it sounds insane and yet it was great i i it was a very good time a beautiful wrong a beautiful opportunity for an actor because i worked from a model i had matched it a copy with there wasn't much known about him right no but but i have the movie knock you out yet i.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Harvey weinstein one that bidding war and started to greece the publicity machine for in anticipation of this kind of no karen dana something right now but they didn't see eyetoeye and in the end troy was a quite tenacious than and didn't like the casting ideas they had trouble casting they fought of casting lots of different way so eventually that went into turnaround and some guys picked it up and put it together and it was totally risky but i like the role and i remember troy came from los angeles to worcester group to see a show a show that he probably it was interesting because it wasn't probably the kind of show that he would normally say but he had interesting comments troy is very sharp he's very sharp is a smart guy so i just hopped on board and we made this movie that structured in enters thing way in it's a interesting character and i just have on with it it seems like it would have been fun all right so this leads into the into the movie for which he get oscar nomination over to in it's really one of the most out there but really in and creative that i could think of in that is as mac shrek in the sixmilliondollar shadow of the vampire indy where just to remind people against the general premise here is that for the nineteen 21 horror movie nosrat to which actually exists obviously murnau did not actually higher an actor to play a vampire he hired a vampire flame self and that you as mac shrek even in that synopsis it sounds insane and yet it was great i i it was a very good time a beautiful wrong a beautiful opportunity for an actor because i worked from a model i had matched it a copy with there wasn't much known about him right no but but i have the movie knock you out yet i.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Harvey weinstein one that bidding war and started to greece the publicity machine for in anticipation of this kind of no karen dana something right now but they didn't see eyetoeye and in the end troy was a quite tenacious than and didn't like the casting ideas they had trouble casting they fought of casting lots of different way so eventually that went into turnaround and some guys picked it up and put it together and it was totally risky but i like the role and i remember troy came from los angeles to worcester group to see a show a show that he probably it was interesting because it wasn't probably the kind of show that he would normally say but he had interesting comments troy is very sharp he's very sharp is a smart guy so i just hopped on board and we made this movie that structured in enters thing way in it's a interesting character and i just have on with it it seems like it would have been fun all right so this leads into the into the movie for which he get oscar nomination over to in it's really one of the most out there but really in and creative that i could think of in that is as mac shrek in the sixmilliondollar shadow of the vampire indy where just to remind people against the general premise here is that for the nineteen 21 horror movie nosrat to which actually exists obviously murnau did not actually higher an actor to play a vampire he hired a vampire flame self and that you as mac shrek even in that synopsis it sounds insane and yet it was great i i it was a very good time a beautiful wrong a beautiful opportunity for an actor because i worked from a model i had matched it a copy with there wasn't much known about him right no but but i have the movie knock you out yet i.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Harvey weinstein one that bidding war and started to greece the publicity machine for in anticipation of this kind of no karen dana something right now but they didn't see eyetoeye and in the end troy was a quite tenacious than and didn't like the casting ideas they had trouble casting they fought of casting lots of different way so eventually that went into turnaround and some guys picked it up and put it together and it was totally risky but i like the role and i remember troy came from los angeles to worcester group to see a show a show that he probably it was interesting because it wasn't probably the kind of show that he would normally say but he had interesting comments troy is very sharp he's very sharp is a smart guy so i just hopped on board and we made this movie that structured in enters thing way in it's a interesting character and i just have on with it it seems like it would have been fun all right so this leads into the into the movie for which he get oscar nomination over to in it's really one of the most out there but really in and creative that i could think of in that is as mac shrek in the sixmilliondollar shadow of the vampire indy where just to remind people against the general premise here is that for the nineteen 21 horror movie nosrat to which actually exists obviously murnau did not actually higher an actor to play a vampire he hired a vampire flame self and that you as mac shrek even in that synopsis it sounds insane and yet it was great i i it was a very good time a beautiful wrong a beautiful opportunity for an actor because i worked from a model i had matched it a copy with there wasn't much known about him right no but but i have the movie knock you out yet i.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

"Yeah do wealth dot com yet do also dini w like mountain to do wealth dot com don't we have video or an interview on line two i think we do yeah fetus type in joe polished jim do you can great stuff so thank you mr kevin donahue's e kevin donahue so more cowbell more calvo so i the idea of a shot to me is it's it's playing in the world a transformation it's it's playing in the world of miracles you know when you decide to shoot for the moon all kinds of things have to happen you have to think differently you know you have to think more strategically you are you start to like something happens with your creativity they wanna hear what i'm talking about the everyone step out into the miracle of life like when you don't know what you're doing and you see all kinds of things happened like resources show up things that come out of you that you've never seen before di did on him in one track with america great so i get to moonshot i'm going to share with you i'm passionate about both of them one i started business called neural performance academy the mood shot here is to transform sports as we know it leveraging the brain so right now a guy signs of major league contract he's given you know a physical therapist nutrition coach a stretch coach a uh a a massage therapist in no one's looking at the brain right so what i've done over the last couple of years of partnered with a top function rawla just in the world and we've been in beta testing this past year i was the first experiment we've had about five or the people go through the programmes anyone familiar with the sixmilliondollar man or biannic man yeah kinda like that faster stronger smarter better and so so that's where we're building and we want to see how we can transform sports and people's performance in memory and what's interesting about this opportunity came actually out of sort of the tragedy ahead my life i was in a motorcycle accident down in ecuador about i guess five years ago now for and a half almost five years ago exactly and i had a concussion a mild traumatic brain injury didn't know it at the time came back and you remember we got on the phone with bernie.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Appear on a television episode of anything you never saw lee majors in a movie but he was the sixmilliondollar man yeah exactly right and so professionally it was a little bit strange 'cause i got this great gig and i worked hard on it and it was super fun when it was done it was it was kind of hard to get film work or um i guess more serious work from directors of import uh than it was to get a television movie where um which was also good work but it was again it wasn't a movie was a television free so is that weird bubble that i was in work wise where i would love to be auditioning for um action movies org for the side kick in a adventure film but i just wasn't going to get the gig because of the baggage that i had as a as a tv actor as being a tv actor not whether i was good or bad or whether it would anyone thought of that that was just car the rules then and those are just trenton the actor but a t actor who was so known as one thing i mean the name was its own weird things and was a weird thing because when someone would call me hey dugi it was hard for me to know what their intention was by doing that do they just know me as that name are they saying it in kind of a low blow i'm cooler than use sino that might be your achilles heel cell saul call you do key to power struggle the started the conversation is it 'cause they're just kind of ignorant and don't realize that i have an actual name diff i if i if i tell them that do ghiz not my name and my name's neil do i look like a dick are you patronize the eye.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"What i finally landed on was the idea of trying to get a tv series and of doing the tv pilot um and we tried raising money for that but we couldn't raise money for independent tv pilot so that's one had the idea of going back to what i grew up on which was you know like when you see the hulk or the sixmilliondollar man or kung fu it'd be this ninety minute movie that you'd see on tv and then they make a series out of it like months later the be a serious insult cool they turned that movie new series i mean i in retrospect against those were pilots but they were featurelength pilots so we thought will make basically a featurelength pilot and presented to the world as a movie but then try to set it up as a tv series that's how we made thank you again okay well uh obviously this one is i mean they sume a lot of people here seem we're by the way is eric harrison irks here there's the producers and cowriter eric wilkinson and all around great guy this one is far more uh logistically expansive and uh obviously required a lot more of production value have had a lot more production value the first one was shot a essentially in one room in one cabin and it's it's obvious how you can keno keep costs down although one hundred ten thousand dollars is is really i shot a movie in twelve days on one location and it costs three hundred thousand dollars so did it for one hundred is like astonishing to me but this one is m is far more expensive and uh you know just just wh wh i wanna ask you what the budget is i mean you were generous enough to tell us where the budget the first when his but what how did you deal with the far greater and more ambitious production in this sequel while just tell you i don't care was shot the movie in twelve days of for just under three hundred thousand dollars.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on iMore

iMore

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on iMore

"Apple's also tuned it for a are an apple claims that it gives you the best experienced possible i mean obviously but they went all the way to improve the internal darus coping accelerometer specifically for aar and it's really great on my phone ten because he edged edge display in north where the decision apple's decision to go edge to edge really pays off aside from the traditional camera more amodu has almost no vessel separates augmented from the reality in portrait you did you do get the cut out alaska though my thumb usually falls right where that cut out is so i i don't generally notice at that much all i get is the most transparent phone i've ever seen even a small benefit across the top would have than much worse for less specially basil top and bottom line competing phones have this really is a closest thing we have to a window into augmented reality i feel like they're looking right through lange right through a portrait to world where you can swipe in pinch furniture dropped castles on your coffee table a rocket on your desk walk into entirely new dimensions where the very beginning of ar but iphone ten is order taken us a whole step further into it i frontend battery life so a better life as a currency of mobile everything you do cost battery life at the heart of better life is a processor and hard of iphone ten battery life is apples eleven by onic last year it was a ten fusion system on a chip and it was paired with these performance efficiency course this year it's eleven by on it as in the sixmilliondollar man and woman you can ask your parents not know what those are in it's got independent performance efficiency course and the neural engine block.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The Secret to Victory

The Secret to Victory

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The Secret to Victory

"He went back to the kentucky campus back to his dorm room and his classes and his homework and that's about it he shut out the rest of the world no tv you know stay away from talking about anything with sports say away from any like social interaction asked do a sports i don't watch espn or anything sports related floor four weeks after the game play video games i guess netflix binge you know finally enjoy some time them go outside into something different just walking around outside in kentucky i just wanted to take some time the real clear my mind grandma ahead two nights later wisconsin face duke in the national championship the game that kentucky had hoped to play cat didn't watch i didn't even know that do i want a national championship until uh uh i was walking in ah i was walking in class finishing on my courses at kentucky in someone for some reason had a a sports illustrated with ties screamin' he's talking about thais jones he played for duke at the time now plays for the temporal with cat now if i were they put him on the cover he must have won the championship in that's how i guess that they won i've never seen a highlight can't still hasn't watch that final game ooh ooh woo hoo when athletes lose dotting go back and study that mistakes and meticulous detail alarm lose it's a process as part of the game but a loss this big changes your overnight that's all cats mother jacqueline season i feel that day he grew up he became a stronger player but driven player it changed him because he hit us and take it so hard in the nba attempts he says two could not ideal to well enough i didn't fight hard enough like honey but indicative again outta you know the sixmilliondollar man.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Who knows and so instead of the thirty million over two years i'm not sure exactly but it was an odd thing what had happened during a busy busy busy week rumors and all that stuff and trades and everything so we'll see what happens i think he'll be back with the spurs when i'm i'm very very very interesting see what the money is he gets just went back to pull back the story this is the one that the ap put out it said kosov declined a sixmilliondollar option on tuesday with the intent of sending longterm deal with the spurs of the franchise can gains some flexibility to hit the freeagent market signed a twoyear deal last summer worth thirty million and so yes sixteen point two million is what he opted out of your maybe he'll get two years eight point one per something like that i don't know who knows yeah but i mean then you're getting paid didn't you just an eight point one then you get but l i mean yeah but then you can pay the same as a player we see players take pay cuts a lot spurs for him he's like oh yeah look at my net worth of feeling pretty good like maybe i can take a little bit less money to allow them do other things you see spurs take paycuts lot don't data you see our showroom kevin durant toons the guys other sports tom brady david west not not allow not it'll delissa short put it that way uh how much you think powersaws made.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Are you doing whatever good another question is liberal this the con away we'll the crew laker fans that film or will always be comparing him to kobe bryant anytime he gets heard no i i think that's i mean i i they give abroad james puts his signature added deal with la as much as they love kobe bryant i think they move past that in a heartbeat i think it is all about lebrun and ingram and randall and maybe paul george and lawns oh ball now i think that they celebrate of the yet lebrun james that or could get hurt or overwhelmed by putting narrowbody never gets hurt the writing at her lebron james like the sixmilliondollar man serious liming you watch the broad james play does nothing he can't do in the guys never hurt that's true right so why would you start the conversation by well if lebron james next the car avail if lebron james comes their lady and he's hurt you're not gonna get hurt this guy's dumping it it's amazing to me and i had the conversation with golik about it this morning that we we find these flaws in lebron's game well he's lost more in the finals than his one is eight nba finals i don't think he's staying long term and cleveland and if you're lebrun the nice thing about being abroad as you you have this league and you can do whatever you want here so i'm him yzaga signed a oneyear deal.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

The Vertical Podcast with Woj

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

"Like eleven and a half twelve million twelve and a half million because what teams realize they can do with milwaukee is there comes a certain number where they have to go into the luxury tax to resign him and it is unclear to doubtful that that organization wants to pay luxury tax unless they move around some other guys maybe tony smells guy you can pluck away because you're willing to you know you always have to over pay a little bit and free agency and and maybe even a little bit more in restricted free agency but for him to walk away with like a fouryear fifty million dollar offer sheet with like a player option or something after three i think that's realistic for him yellow when i was in brooklyn we we we would sit around and talk personnel an elite always say like how do we had we get a wing you had a we get away wings are such a premium where everybody is looking for them wing that can shoot the ball in a length and he in la and he fits if it's the mold you know it's interesting they've got one hundred and six million in guaranteed contracts who knows will we we don't know what yeah will happen with the you'll greg monroe's option player option i would think maybe probably spencer ops in at a sixmilliondollar option so you're right i mean if if tony's if a team comes in and offers four years of fifty million dollars that pushes you up to a hundred in nineteen million luxury tax hundred twenty one million you still got to go out and get some minimums so are you are you willing to be a team that's a five or six seed and pay a luxury tax and that that's the question a lotta teams are going to have to answer the summer.

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"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Conversations with Phil - Sales and Leadership Insights to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Income

Conversations with Phil - Sales and Leadership Insights to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Income

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"sixmilliondollar" Discussed on Conversations with Phil - Sales and Leadership Insights to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Income

"You know you work yogi has been so much time with your work any if you're lucky if your fortunate and if you're to nations weaken have our work be aligned with our a our preferences at that it was interesting i was at an actual speakers association conference and i just did next is very suspect slow speaker coupes and she had a business that was like a sixmilliondollar business i'm thinking oh my gosh i mean that i'm just saying she's the bob's cheese amazed gee wiz since he was a a talking with an entrepreneur in then entrepreneur said oh you know how big's your business will call her barbara yet a big image of a sixday butter business and he kinda stitch of so you have they you just have a lifestyle business now he said it in a snooty way because he was not for and he wanted to scale things up and i thought a lifestyle business the that isn't the perfect representation of what i want my business to be a lifestyle business a business that supports the type of lifestyle that we want shown with booth care my wife care had been involved in the business at first huge instrumental in may spinning it off i was louis of training company night created extreme meetings as a thomas are a pretty much just did that as employees of it but i realized there was not a direct connection between how hard i work in what i eight or how much time i spent on an alleged at bates and then i wife who was a consultants issue would run a business at home and she lost one of our clients accredits unsteady and she's if you know instead of moving dick knepper another claim what if we work together extreme meetings in it was our business nice at are you serious she said what's to that before you've you've never set alight are you saying that we can work together in making this our own and she said yes and data within three weeks i had a.

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