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"stanford store" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | Last month

"stanford store" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Because of a rash of armed robberies, a Stanford store owner that requiring patrons to unmask for the security camera before entering to shop historically, mask usually equals armed robber. Now everyone's faces covered here in Stanford, a Westside grocery store has locked the door and it's requiring all Shoppers to smile for the camera before entering Stanford Public safety director Ted Jankowski. They have been robbed in the past. Ah, in speaking with the owner. The owner said that his requiring patrons before they come into the store to reveal that faced by pulling down that mask On. This is later in the day. Ah, more towards the evening with the establishment store will be locked until somebody shows that face. Jankowski expects other stores open late, might adopt this policy to prevent robberies. In Stamford, Sean Adams. WCBS news radio 80. WCBS news time. It is 8 36. We will always be on the radio at 80 am, But now the only place to stream WCBS on your smartphone is the radio dot com app downloaded today and you could listen anytime, anywhere. J. Foreigner here CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage. We can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most Mortgage rates are near historic lows. So now is a great time to call 8338 Rocket. And if you need some extra money, Akash out refinance could give you that financial boost your looking for called today at 8338 rocket or a rocket mortgage dot com to learn more called for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender license in all 50 states in MLS number 30 30. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get the farmer signal.

"stanford store" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:14 min | 2 months ago

"stanford store" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome back to innovation Hub and Sarah Miller. This is a story about a family. It's also a story of outrageous fortune, political self dealing and great tragedy. And I'm going to start with the tragedy because that's how the family is largely remembered. Today It happened in Italy, where a California couple was on vacation with their son. They had been trying to have a child for 18 years, and then finally they have Leland and he was, by all accounts, not only a really nice kid, but he was rather precocious in many different ways. A highly intelligent, remarkable child. Anybody would have loved him. Roland Walk is a historian who teaches at San Francisco State University. But while they were on a grand tour of Europe, he succumbed to typhoid at age 15. This was an enormous heartbreak is anybody whose experience or been around anybody who's experienced the death of a child? Can begin to understand is it's It was horrific for them. Jenny and her husband, who like his son was named Leland had everything money could buy. But the death of their 15 year old was devastating. The writer Mark Twain said that Leland Sr at once lost all interest in life. So the couple made a decision that reverberates to this day a decision to memorialize Leland by creating a school named after him, and they had this huge ranch 8000 acres in Palo Alto, California, and that's where they began the university. It is legally. Leland Stanford junior. University, Leland Stanford Jr had been slated to attend Harvard, but instead, his death began a Siri's of events that created a new powerhouse university. And an area around it. Silicon Valley that would change the modern world. Ironically walk, says Leland, Stanford senior who had actually made the piles of money that it would take to start this new university. Was, if anything, an anti intellectual, He was either expelled or he dropped out of three successive Secondary schools, so he didn't have what we would have today's the equivalency of a high school diploma. He was an absolute failure. There's no way that he was gonna even be able to be allowed to take a tour of the Stanford University campus today, but just because the elder Stanford seemed ill suited to start a university That didn't stop him. Being Underqualified had never stopped him. It hadn't stopped him from embarking on a scandalous political career or an exploitive business career. It hadn't stopped him from becoming a technological pioneer so powerful, he fundamentally change this country. This was the absolute not only high tech of the time, but the massively so you could think about is Google Apple Facebook all rolled into one. What Leland Stanford did through a bunch of shifty means, which we will get Teo. Is Nick the country together with railroads. At the time, it seemed impossible laying tracks through mountain ranges all the way out to the West that would have created a network country. But the technology seemed about his remote is the Internet. Stanford, though, got it done. The federal government was completely well, certainly the northern forces of the federal government completely behind financing a transcontinental railroad. Not only because the civil war was taking place, and they were afraid of losing the West to become a slave state that also they were concerned about their was a Mormon insurrection, and they worried about another separatist movement there. The story of Leland Stanford is not well known, but it says a lot about how much and in some ways how little America has changed. Roland Walk, is the author of the book American Disruptor, The scandalous Life of Leland Stanford, and he says Stanford would come to be worth more than the state he was helping to mold California. And he would do it in part by truly being a self made man and in part by stealing from Californians and from federal taxpayers. Stanford was from New York he'd lived in Wisconsin, but his life got really colorful when he arrived in San Francisco during the gold rush. Where things were a little different from how they are now think of a dystopian back in all, if you will. We're talking about a place. Where was 95% men who are here to make a quick buck and we're making quick bucks. The fortunes that were rolling into San Francisco from the Goldfields were enormous, so the spending of money on particularly gambling And some of the gambling was really horrific. For example, the original mission mission Dolores, here in San Francisco, was the site of where they would bring in grizzly bears and bulls and put him in a marina and let them fight to death. And they would all be cheering and throwing bets down. The streets were just completely filthy, that rats everywhere. Fires were taking place engulfing the entire little Pueblo, which became a huge boom town on a very regular basis. There were prison ships off the coast, where they use the abandoned ships of people coming around the horn and across the Pacific from China, for example. It wasn't the kind of place that you would want to bring your mother in law into this world steps. Stanford, A man who by this time had failed at a lot. His brothers were already out in California, and they decided Stanford should open a store catering to gold miners. Which is when things started to get sketchy and very, very lucrative. So he goes up there, and he opens up a little Stanford brother store where he starts selling cigars and liquor and and mining equipment and stuff like that. But Stanford had managed to become a lawyer when he was Wisconsin. So he went to the county supervisors. They're in that county, which would been plaster county at the time, and he said to them, You know what you need a justice of the peace. Why don't you appoint me justice of the peace? And they said, Okay, sure, You could be justice of the peace, So they're showing his first rials. Signs of being able to be not only an entrepreneur but conflating. Public office with his ability to make money ran his courtroom in Hiss Saloon, He opened up a saloon. Where better, Where better to run a courtroom really than in a saloon. You would have looked forward to that is a former reporter. I think that would have been a great story, but perhaps by today's standards, even by The standards of those days. That was a pretty remarkable and brazen thing to dio. But obviously he made a lot of money, and it taught him an important lesson. You know, putting these two things together. Having political power using that leveraging a little bit for my own private fortune seems to work pretty well. And that was a profound lesson for him. That lesson would become most helpful when a young engineer named Theodore Judah came a lot. Duda had pitched the venture capitalists of San Francisco, though they probably didn't call themselves that then on a great discovery he had made he had found a pass through the Sierra Nevada Mountains. A past that could complete the network of railroads linking the U. S. But for a while, no one seemed to care. So then he goes up to Sacramento, and he goes to a small group of businessman and he says, Hey, you know, here's this great plan, and they all say thanks, but no thanks. But in the back of the room There's this guy named Collis Huntington and call us Huntington to say, very wily trader who also came out right after the beginning of the gold rush and call us Huntington had a store right next to Stanford store. And he saw Stanford is a guy who made a really great front man. If they were going to get some government money, maybe Stanford could be going to some political office. So they said, Hey, you want to be my partner, Leland Stanford and a couple of the guys. Hopkins and Crocker. And come up to the office like tomorrow night and tell us about your plan. This way. Leland Stanford was introduced to the possibility of cashing in on this marvelous big high tech. Entrepreneurial enterprise of the Early part of 18 late 18 fifties. So you know, I've heard all my life as I think Many people have about robber barons like Vanderbilt and Carnegie. You say, Though Stanford might have been more successful than many of the people that we've heard of as having sort of built America, Um, you know, in the sort of second half of the 18 hundreds Why was he more successful? And and then? You know, why isn't he in that pantheon? Well, of course, we have to define success. And everybody has a completely different idea of success, right? But if we're going to measure business success, I sort of an Ah Normative, you know, standard way He had many more employees than any Carnegie's or any Rockefeller, said 12 15. Some estimate the 20,000 employees working under him..

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"stanford store" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 710 WOR

"There was a huge one in Stanford, Connecticut yesterday closed. That was the end of it. Lord and Taylor closing stores all over the place. Although Stanford store for some reason has been Saved me because they own the whole building and they can hang on there longer. There's a lot of stories that will not get covered of fake news just will not tell you that every week, the post Office removed mailboxes. It's nothing new. Nothing different. They're trying to make it, son. Are there are there hearings later this week? Did they decide to go ahead with that Saturday? There's going to be a vote in the house. Yeah, the rushing back to see why is the post office service slowing down? It's always been slowing them. You could goto Johnny Carson monologue of 1968. He's making jokes about how slow the post office's Seinfeld had a character, Newman. That was a running joke about how bad the post office was. It's always been bad. And they've lost most of their business. Over half the post office business is gone. It's now done by Amazon or people now pay their bills online. So that's why they're always removing mailboxes. That's why during the Obama years they removed 12,000 mailboxes. Hey, every check out the Web page is a lot of good stuff up there. There is voter fraud. It's very, very real. I know. Democrats lie down, say without evidence, there's no evidence of voter fraud. I hear some evidence. Here's Barack Obama in 2008, saying that there's voter fraud that it's a real problem. So what's this video? Also, when Biden gets into the presidential debate, if he does How well will he perform? Well, we don't know with his with his brain injury and his comatose state how he'll do, But this is 2008. When he was in the big presidential debate, he was vice president. He had a debate in the Against Paul Ryan. This is when he still had his brain working but watch. Even then it wasn't good. His performance was heavily criticized. Here's.

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"stanford store" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

11:48 min | 7 months ago

"stanford store" Discussed on KOMO

"Washington looking to finish this thing off with one more quarter of football leading thirty to six Huskies with a first down from the Washington thirty seven yard line Browning and Gaskin running to his right and he is fourteen down by the white shirted cardinal at the thirty nine yard line pick up of only two this time it was Sean Martin from is inside linebacker spot Thomas was there from the front along with outside backer Joey Alfieri it's one of those games you know thirty to six year late the fourth quarter Huskies taking their time running the football some days you might see the fans look for the exits early they're leaving here tonight eight around this is a magical night a magical moments the ninety one eighteen year old James this defense opportunistic offense so much fun here tonight one of those I was there when I'm a thirty nine yard line second in a gas can look into the left corner does forty forty five field the first forty seven yard line this week left Myles Gaskin for a first down fourteen yard advance for the sophomore tailback office of line right there it is to sample pelagic Eldridge said that is a lot of room to run good block on the outside by John Ross a small drive here chew up the clock stay healthy Wells guesstimate eighty five yards on twenty four carries in Tucson AZ eighty five on fourteen here tonight a couple of touchdowns dogs and a first down at the Stanford forty seven though for you to join again puts his head down over the right side and a gain of only one Stanford really stuff that play up nicely it was Solomon Thomas again the Kerrison Phillips up there from his nose tackle spot Barton pinching down from his inside linebacker position to make the stop making him a short to very short but will call its second along eight Washington with a thirty six fourth quarter lead he's trying to take some time off the clock and maybe put some points on the scoreboard as well for their trouble second down in a long eight dogs just outside the Stanford forty five yard line as they go right to left during student section in the audience at which they move and here's Browning and off Gascon coming left then make a Coleman back in the tailback coming left and Stanford's squeezes him down for a short gain to the forty for the cardinals pickup of only one from the bond Coleman here is third down and somewhat long for the dogs third about seven Stanford forty four yard line city of running puts it up my pleasure into a slot wide of the far side of the hash marks on the right this outside of him lost near side to the short side of the field on third down a Browning out of the gun ready stamped on top side it is one thing those keys the big focal point this week to step out this stamper line some of the tallest already feels and what you have about it it's just a struggle tonight for Stanford on both sides of the ball they are unaccustomed to seeing as many points on the scoreboard never does Washington has done and so five yard Markoff fear on Stanford's eleventh penalty for an even one hundred yards I have about half as many penalty yards total yards here tonight so third down and threw for the dogs but the cardinal thirty nine Browning quick toss for side side your twelve thirty taking the stand for twenty seven great stuff in the open field she told her for a Washington first down pickup of eleven on third down into cool design play to that time the kind of fake the handoff to left Jake spread all the way around there to Chico he just does his thing breaking tackles some strong built like a running back out there on the perimeter thank you for standing you up that clocking noise blocking out of the too tight and the real Daniels among others ten forty two to go on the four thousand is sitting on a signature signature victory with a first down at the twenty eight yard on a Stanford has mark right going right to left Browning under center and up to the tailback coming left his gasket leaks across the twenty five and out of the numbers about the nineteen yard line goes Myles Gaskin Gallo gene Stanford again Martin the linebacker got a but there's nine more for gas good ten ninety six yards on the night for miles on sixteen carries in this game hi just human this clock up not sure what the exact number is time wise on this drive before it's been a good five six minutes four minute offense out of the rock gotta love it second one of the cardinal nineteen yard line Browning in the shot gun she was gasping over to his right claps his hands take a stab at a pro pressured out of the pocket I'm running to the right Ross the fender flashing in front of John was Justin Reid the safety was going to be a tough catch in any circumstance but then the imperiled by the safety and that ball goes incomplete almost intercepted almost caught finally Elise incomplete like just by the fingertip Justin re re direct about Paul if nothing else as you mentioned he flashed in front of it man so close to a touchdown on roles in the back of the end zone becomes a matter of trying to move the sticks there's definite field goal range for sure leading thirty to six third down and one dogs at the nineteen of Stanford Browning in the gun Coleman in the backfield hands at the launch site stepped over the back field at the Stanford sixteen yard line first down four yard gain and nicely done by lebron told one of my favorite runs of the night they're right there number ninety Solomon writes in the back field right away right there to blow it up moved by the Sheik the fall for the fuel for for your game the change started US news Donald just what they wanted hero ball control kind of drive in the fourth quarter the speed the eleventh plague of the drivers take them to the Stanford sixteen with a first down cedar street to the far side right Browning out of the gun going right to left hand off the Coleman dancing looking for yardage on the inside skips inside the fifteen and taken down at the Stanford fourteen yard line for just a couple Gascon portion a hundred Coleman pushing fifty balanced husky attack here tonight hundred and fifty seven rushing yards and two hundred seven more through the air how about that the fifth stand for under two hundred for the ball game the thunder on the scoreboard by twenty four points inside eight and a half to go in this fourth quarter Washington has led throughout authoritatively so second at eight at the fourteen yard line the lady hand off tailback Myles Gaskin Strawser of find some space in amongst the traffic there for a three yard gain look like five five trying to get in here four five twenty or ninety or or or ninety nine fifty big sports night in Seattle issues here the mariners and how to get in the playoff chase here with Oakland over the Seiko field so third down about five Washington Browning empty backfield out of the gun takes a snap the four yard line it'll just seven four yard line it is first and goal Washington continues to amaze me with his ability to make plays with his feet right they're incredible decision one little why stick route nothing open the open field knew where the sticks were the first down your body is clock rolling the six points to duck under center Gaskin the beat back behind them first and goal from the four center the feeling about the gas can about the one or two yard line nice play off the S. first time tonight with saltpeter Calombaris name and number thirty four and this is a guy who has a B. double the Huskies last two seasons but quiet night for the senior linebacker here tonight but a good play there from number thirty four Gascon I was shortened to that's good enough to put him at a hundred yards for the evening on eighteen carries a lace quickly do you adopt a pet is just limped off the field with his minutes into by the trainers looks on his way it's an update as soon as I can second and goal from the two Browning under center again sure the tailback little powder fifty Stanford's all over it we played by the cardinal class you're dropped for a yard loss at the three yard line four little play that time take the fly sweep motion six looks around since that ball out to Chico McClatcher Stanford defense not full great play the city safety coming in read three coming out of the safety position stay at home so here we have third down and goal the cardinal three yard line on the left Browning shotgun formation for receivers out to the right J. rolling right looking for the ends on fire for decides it's time to bring the perfect play roles the pocket a little late turnaround by fuller the strike the striking it is the first ski down for young Aaron fuller a freshman from Texas point after from van Winkle good the route continues here Stanford store skis has they have all night long with an answer five thirty to go in the four thirty seven to six Washington the Washington IMG sports network today's episode of.

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"stanford store" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Did you know that? There was a Macy's Roland hussy Macy RH Macy. This fellow was born in eighteen twenty two he was humble son of a humble retail operator had little store neighborhood. Nantucket started working for his dad at fifteen years old. I don't know how he got away with that then. But anyway, he did. But he was an adventure. He no longer wanted to be in the business, and he joined a whaling ship and for four years he was at sea doing whatever he did. I looked it up. The only thing I found out was he got a tattoo. News on the boat. But we'll talk about that later came back and decided to go into the family business and started his own millenary shop he opened a store that would sell needles threads he failed. He opened another store that expanded his interest in dry goods and he failed tried to join his brothers company. State a short while it didn't do very well went to California to follow the gold rush. He didn't find any gold. He failed again. But this is why this is a story about America. RH miss Rowland. Hussy Macy never gave up Philemon. I want to read you a quote Winston Churchill said six s this failing over over and over again never losing enthusiasm. My favorite quote on the subject comes from General, George Patton. It's not how far you fall. It's how high you baths, back and r h Macy navigate up he opened another retail store this time on fourteenth street and sixth avenue. New York City moved away from the family and started out on his own and his first week of business. He did eleven thousand dollars. This is back in the eighteen thirties forties. Fifties. I don't owe me today. And all of a sudden, you realize that there was a business to be done that year. He did eighty five thousand dollars worth of this which was us time and a relatively short time bought eleven buildings to make what we know is Macy's Macy's was known for some very very strong innovations the first of which was eliminated windows. They put the first Santa close in store, but probably what he was known best for was his view the future. And then defying a woman to be one of the most senior executives at retail in that day and age. I have to look down at her name because I don't remember to you. Let me tell you what Margaret was known for. She said be everywhere do everything, but astonish the customer and for the last one hundred seventy five years Macy's has been astonishing us with products with brands with people with vents. The thanks Stephen day parade the July fourth fireworks over New York's harbors, but I've been lucky because I've been a stab wished with this industry for very long time. But you know, what is the stashed me the hard work the challenges and the difficulty working with those executives from Macy's because they are smart, and they know what they need, and they know what they want. The Macy's executives have always astonished me, and I am particularly proud tonight to introduce you to their chairman CEO Jeff Gannett who always astonishes me from the first day of met him today with that. I welcome Jeff. Thank you, always in fashion to be here. I'm glad so Jeff did you wake up one day and decide you wanted to be a retailer what was your first job? My first job was I grew up in California. So I grew up in a little suburb of San Diego called outcome, which is hilly and use the left. They're right sandiego echo. And so what my first job was selling mopeds to all the denizens of of elkhound. And and I loved it. I was commission and it was like my first job at age sixteen and I never looked back at how did you get into Macy's? I mean, you spent most of your career with the Macy's organization understand correctly started in a training program. So I was went to school in the bay area and state in California. And at that time, I was in English major. So what do you do with English major, and I had a knack for management? So really enjoyed that. I was managing the faculty club of the university. And so at the time in my school, all the different companies that came courting and. And you would you would expend points in order to get an interview. So IBM cash four hundred points, you had fifteen hundred points that you would be able to use the Macy's interview was free. And it was it was kind of the practice interview. And I was thinking, okay, I'll try this out and actually took. And so I really enjoyed who I talked to. And that's how it all started. And you first job at Macy's. So my first job was actually I am responsible for the field crest towel color selection of nineteen eighty three. So I was my first job of my first job. And I that was like two weeks. But I was as a sales manager at the Macy's Stanford store on the on the university campus. So I did that for about a year and a half. And when you started at Macy's, did you send you would be able to grow with the organization. Yeah. You know, I came into retail. And I thought I was going to stay about a year. And I thought I was going to get some quick management experience. I was had thirty people as sales manager that were under my belt. And I thought I would get in and get out. And I thought I'd go to business school that was really kind of the plan and. And it turned out to be very different from that. I tell you that I had some seminal moments. When I was in the Macy's Stanford store that completely changed my career life. And and that's why I'm here today. Actually, all these years later all these years later, let me tell you about the two instances. I there for me when I mean, I don't know Mark on on you. And I love to hear your story about how you cut the retail bug. But for me, it was twofold, the first one was that what you did in retail. You would immediately get a response from the customer, and it was that instant feedback that was like a narcotic. And for me, it was I was it was the Kingston trio I was in the Stanford store, and I had to call the tagger shop, and it was young man's and we had like thirteen fixtures on this floor, and we had a back wall and one day the Kingston trio which was this short sleeve candy stripe. Woven came in came in three colors. And I started to notice that by the end of the day. Like forty percent of the supply in the back wall was gone now the customer. They found the far reach of that area, and they bought this content. So I brought it up I call the buyer. Debbie Taylor at the time. And I said this is sound like hotcakes semi more. And that started this one fixture that ended up being it was at that time. Macy's California had twenty five stores in the chain. We ended up being fifty percent of the entire woman's business. Tiger shot based on that one fixture at Macy's Stanford basin. And that was I just got that in my blood, and the second instance was had a had a sales colleague who worked for me woman, Betty Ellen. And she was like, the salty fisherman's wife at Manchester England, and she was in her mid sixties, and she saw me work. And she basically said you're doing it all wrong and just kicked me up one side to the next and showed me what it was like to be a manager. And based on her mentor ships, one of the greatest mentors I ever had that took about how to manage a group of thirty people coupled with what I learned about what you can do with product place. And by value that has kept me in this business for as many years Bennett. You know, I got the bug for two reasons one. It's you have to reinvent yourself every quarter. Whatever you before was great. But now you gotta do it again. And I can't think of many industries the automobile industry, yes to selling fashion technology, but they put out a model that lasts for ten years. We've gotta reinvent ourselves every single quarter which I find incredibly challenging citing. And at the same time our industry has every component in any industry has and then some creating product figuring how to sell it to the consumer understanding how to manage consumers make them happy import or manufacture all over the world. It's a very exciting amick. Do you believe right now that the training program and Macy's will do the same thing for newcomers as it did for you? Yeah. You know, I think that's one of our whenever during strengths is the training program. And we are we've you think about how many people in the industry have. Been through some level of the Macy's training. Programmer Bamberger Zor Marshall field and many of the retail leaders have been through some sort of retail training program. So that's something that we were as a badge of honor. And it's something that we're very focused on and we're looking always for new ways to make it even better. So we have a big advantage of being New York City where you're here, the heart, a fashion, and you've got all of our wholesale partners. Here you've got a lot of pop culture kind of emanates out of New York City. So to be here and to be in that hub and take full advantage through training program. Only make sense and second follow-up on that regard. If I am a salesman or saleswoman on the floor and Macy's on thirty fourth street can become president. I think it can you know, I think that this is an industry that is constantly you set it you talk about an quarterly basis. I had argued that on a daily basis, we're constantly renewing for a customer who veracious for things new and always looking at the competition. And so you just gotta get better you're going to die. And so I think that anybody that has the talent those people are always a high premium. And I always found her my career and all the good people that I watched my peers, they got ahead because if they were ready and willing to take care of customer there was opportunities. So you can go from being sales associate all the way up to a top executive rank in our business. I think that still stands today. There is no formula. You could be a merchant or product development could be a seller anything and still get to the top. I think it's getting even more true in. I think in the past in order to get to the top ranks of a retail company you generally had to merchandise. Ing that's not true anymore. I think you can go through analytics you can go through product development. You can goes through marketing. I think there's many paths to get to the top in our business today. Exciting. I always liked you know, you mentioned the word fashion. So you're gonna have the Bill with meal. Okay. I have a concept on the show. Let me go back a second. I'm glad we just covered careers. I'm not sure we're done with it. But a lot of our shows about career advice to people, and I've taken the position that your response. Furor career, not your friend. Not your boss, the company you responsible. The follows up with concept. Also that I refer to as packaging yourself as important as the products, you pack, dress coat this Macy's having you know, it's interesting it's flexible, so it used to be that you always used to look at me today. So this is what I would generally wear. So I would wear a para Jane's I'd have on dress shoes, some sort of sport coats, generally, not a tie, you go whatever you're dressing for your day. So when I'm dressing for the corporate life. This is what I would wear when I'm out in stores, always tie. If I'm going out with depending on who what the clients or if I'm going to one of my partners. I'm going to Facebook versus Google or so I'm always drawn. 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"stanford store" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But what it really does is provides a platform for each and every one of south there to have a chance at success Olympics. When President Obama said all I wanna make sure everyone gets a chance, and I agree with that. And that's what this country's all about. But tonight stories about one of the most if not fee most famous retailer in the world. Macy's. But before I go there. This country has provided the backdrop for business opportunities everywhere. Many of the companies you're familiar with our names that were made up brands that we're all excited about today. But they were someone's idea someone who made it happy will you think about Nike polo or the gap or what about the brand names that come from the back and the hard work of individual like melon Rockefeller these brands that have existed have been built by entrepreneurs in this country. And believe it or not the largest uses of their own names in our institutions are retailers because retail is we're inviting you into their homes come spend some time with me very very often retails referred to their customers. Guests in this case, there are retailers that were family names. The troll familiar with Bloomingdale's was a family the Nordstrom fail. The Dillard's family the belt family. Did you know that? There was a Macy's Roland hussy Macy RH Macy. This fellow was born in eighteen twenty two he was humble son of a humble retail operator who had little store neighborhood Nantucket started working for his dad at fifteen years old. I don't know how he got away with that then. But anyway, he did. But he was an adventure. No longer wanted to be in the business and he joined a whaling ship for four years. He was at sea doing whatever he did. I looked it up. The only thing I found out was he got a tattoo. News on the boat. But we'll talk about that later came back and decided to go into the family business and started his own millenary shop he opened the store. It would sell needles threads. He failed the opened another store that expanded his interest in dry goods and he failed tried to join his brothers company. State a short while it didn't do very well went to California to follow the gold rush. He didn't find any gold. He failed again. But this is why this is a story about America. RH miss Rowland. Hussy Macy never gave up Philemon. I wanna read. You quote Winston Churchill said success is failing over over and over again and never losing enthusiasm. My favorite quote on the subject comes from General, George Patton. It's not how far you fall. It's how high you balance back and r h Macy navigate up he opened another retail store this time on fourteenth street and sixth avenue. New York City moved away from the family and started out on his own and his first week of business. He did eleven thousand dollars. This is back in the eighteen thirties forties. Fifties. I don't today. And all of a sudden he realized that there was a business to be done that year. He did eighty five thousand dollars worth of this which was used at that time and a relatively short time board eleven buildings to make what we know is Macy's Macy's was known for some very very strong innovations the first of which was eliminated windows. They put the first Santa close in store. But probably what he was known best for was his view the future and identifying a woman to be one of the most senior executives at retail in that day and age I have to look down at her name because I don't remember to you or get you. Let me tell you what Margaret was known for. She said be everywhere do everything but astonish the customer and for the last one hundred seventy five years. Macy's has been astonishing us with products with brands with people with the vents the thanks giving day parade the July fourth fireworks over New York's harbors, but I've been lucky because I've been a stylish d- with this industry for very long time. But you know, what a stashed me the hard work the challenges and the difficulty working with those executives from Macy's because they are smart, and they know what they need, and they know what they want. The Macy's executives have always stunned me. And I am particularly proud tonight to introduce you to their chairman CEO Jeff Gannett who always astonishes me from the first day of met him today with that. I welcome Geoff connect-. Thank you, always infection. Mark to be here. Good. So Jeff did you wake up one day and decide you wanted to be a retailer what was your first job? My first job was I grew up in California. So I grew up in a little suburb of San Diego called outcome, which is hilly and use the left there. San diego. And so what my first job was selling mopeds to all the denizens of of elkhound. And and I loved it. And I was commissioned and it was like my first job at age sixteen and I never looked back at how did you get into Macy's spent most of your career with the Macy's okay to say understand the correctly. You started in a training program that so I was went to school in the bay area and state in California. And at that time, I was in English major. So what do you do with English major, and I had a knack for management? So really enjoyed that. I was managing the faculty club of the university. And so at the time at my school all the different companies that came courting, and you would you would expend points in order to get an interview so IBM kasha four hundred points. You had fifteen hundred points that you would be able to use the Macy's interview was free. And it was it was kind of the practice interview. And I was thinking, okay. I'll. Try this out and actually took. And so I really enjoyed who I talked to. And that's how it all started. And you first job at Macy's. So my first job was actually I am responsible for the field crest towel color selection of nineteen eighty three. So I was my first job. But my first job at I that was like two weeks, but I was sales manager at the Macy's Stanford store on the on the university campus. So I did that for about a year and a half. And when you started at Macy's, did you send you would be able to grow with the organization. Yeah. You know, I came into retail. And I thought it was going to stay about a year. And and I thought I was going to get some quick management experience. I was I'd had thirty people as sales manager that were under my belt. And I thought I would get in and get out. And I thought I'd go to business school that was really kind of the plan, and it turned out to be very different from that. I tell you that I have some seminal moments. When I was in the Macy's Stanford store that completely changed my career life. And and that's actually all these years later all these years later, let me tell you about the two instances, I. There for me when I don't know Mark on on you. And I love to hear your story about how you cut the retail bug. But for me, it was twofold, the first one was that what you did in retail. You would immediately get a response from the customer, and it was that instant feedback. That was like it was like a narcotic. And for me, it was I was it was the Kingston trio once I was in the Stanford store, and I think all the tagger shop, and it was young man's and we had like thirteen fixtures on this floor, and we had a back wall and one day the Kingston trio which was this short sleeve. Candy strike woven came in came three colors. And I started to notice that by the end of the day. Like forty percent of the supply in the back wall was gone now the customer, they found the far reach of that area, and they bought this content. So I brought it up I call the buyer. Debbie Taylor at the time. And I said this is selling like hotcakes semi more. And that started this one fixture that ended up being it was at the. That time Macy's California had like twenty five stores in the chain. We ended up being fifty percent of the entire woman's business and tiger shot based on that one fixture. Macy's Stanford basic, and that was I just got that in my blood, and the second instance was I had a had a sales colleague who worked for me woman, Betty Ellen. And she was like, the salty fisherman's wife at Manchester England, and she was in her mid sixties, and she saw me work. And she basically said you're doing it all wrong and just kicked me up one side to the next and showed me what it was like to be a manager. And based on her mentor ships, one of the greatest mentors ever had that took about how to manage a group of thirty people coupled with what I learned about what you could do with product placement and invaluable that has kept me in this business for as many as you know, I got the bug for two reasons one. It's you have to reinvent yourself every quarter. Whatever you before it was great. But now you gotta do it again. And I can't think of many. Industry the automobile industry. Yes. Owing fashion technology, but they put out a model that lasts for ten years. We've gotta reinvent ourselves every single quarter, which I find incredibly challenging exciting and same time. Our industry has every component in any industry has and then some creating product figuring how to sell it to the consumer understanding how to manage consumers make them happy import or manufacture all over the world. It's a very exciting amick. Do you believe right now that the training program and Macy's will do the same thing for newcomers as did for you? Yeah. You know, I think that's one of our kind of whenever during strengths is the training program. And you know, we are we've you think about how many people in the industry have been through some level of the Macy's training program Bamberger 's or Marshall field and many of the retail leaders have been through some sort of retail training program. So that's something that we were as a badge of honor and something that we're very focused on. And we're looking always for new ways. Make it even better. So we have a big advantage of being a New York City where you're here, the heart, a fashion, and you've got all of our wholesale partners. Here you've got a lot of pop culture kind of emanates out of New York City. So to be here to be in that hub and take full advantage of it through training program. Only make sense and second follow-up on that regard. If I am a salesman or saleswoman on the floor and Macy's on thirty fourth street, and I've become president. I think it can you know, I think that this is an industry that is constantly you set it. You talk about an quarterly pesticide argued on a daily basis, we're constantly renewing for a customer who veracious for things new and always looking at the competition. So you just gotta get better you're going to die. And so I think that anybody that has the talent those people are always a high premium, and I always found through my career and all the good people that I watched my peers, they got ahead because if they were ready and willing to take care of customer there was opportunities. So you can go from being a sales associate all the way up to a topic ranked our business, I think that still stands. Today. There is no formula. You could be a merchant or product development could be a seller anything and still get to the top that it's getting even more true in. I think in the past in order to get to the top ranks of retail company, you generally had to go through merchandising that's not true anymore. I think you can go through analytics you can go through product development. You can go through marketing. I think there's many paths to get to the top.

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04:19 min | 2 years ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Surprised actually. Coming up with the phenomenon. That's why I'm surprised that we hold onto that we go through this. Then for the biggest the forty days on the guy side, Scott. Thirty eight pounds in forty days. I'm just talking about the people. I saw I mean you saw you saw people coming into the office because you might get an location. So this is gonna be the same. But that's alright hold onto yours. We've got you covered all over the Tri state area. A couple of locations in New Jersey. New York City queens Brooklyn Long Island now opening in Westchester as well so thirty eight pounds in forty days, and what was cool is. So he this guy used to run marathons. Avid runner ran marathons life kind of got control of and put on a bunch of weight and had some health health issues and some family issues and work issues and kind of got off the wagon a little bit there. And so he put on a bunch of weight, then he figured, you know, who's going to do the old fashioned way and start running again, you know, once he got everything back on track and figure out who's gonna start running again. And when he started doing that he realized that when you ran about half a mile, his knees started, absolutely aching. The guy was basically forty pounds, overweight, thirty five pounds overweight. People don't realize that for every pound. You're overweight is thirty pounds per square inch on the knees on the hips on the ankle. So now he's putting on an extra thousand pounds plus minus right onto those legs. And he couldn't do it that way. So he he came in did the program, we personalize the supplements looked at blood work look at DNA look at by the hair and saliva buyer energetic scans we use to personalized supplements. And so lost thirty eight and forty and now he is going to be now started running again, and he's up to five miles. A every couple of days is doing great. It's going to train for the marathon. And a wins the marathon November something to do that. I think he's trying to them which one New York City. Oh, I don't know. I'm not I think I think November's when they do it. So anyway, so he's going to be getting going for that. And he'll run a marathon probably lose a bunch more weight. So that's pretty cool name press. And so that's the that's the men's and then on the ladies nothing. Nothing to sneeze at either. Cindy, forty pounds. Yep. No, I'm sorry. Sixty days forty pounds. She lost sixty day show us forty pounds and went from a size fourteen to a size eight. That's good. Right. Fourteen twenty pretty impressive. Fourteen tornado. That's not good. That's great fourteen size. I guess that's what dress like I. I don't know what I'm saying. That's like that's like shopping in a different like store. Stanford store. It's a different store. It's not even just the different department. You're like stores. Yeah. Because you know, somebody's stores like they really a lot of these stores, especially like in the tri-state area for size, fourteen hard to find clothing. I mean, depending on how you shaped, and yeah, it's difficult. So when you're when you're talking about going from size, fourteen to go on to a size, eight size eight you're shopping at every boutique every store because size eight is on the smaller side. So it's really that's a really impressive is size change so size. It sounds a little bit more expensive. Right. Is it is it is it is well anyway size fourteen size eight. So she's got she's. That's good. And let's see that's the sixty days for her. Not sure if it's good for her husband. And then the forty days is thirty two pounds in forty days Lucy, and what's cool is she's telling me that she can now run around the chase surrounding a little three year old son, which is pretty cool and before she was getting winded and barely moving and not having a good time with that. And now she's chasing him around. She says she's more energy than three-year-old now. Which is pretty cool. Right. That's great. So let me give out the numbers. So we see typically twenty five to forty five plus with women and men, and that's in only forty days. And so to get these results or you can do you can pick up the phone you can.

New York City Scott Cindy Lucy New Jersey Stanford store Brooklyn Long Island Westchester forty days forty pounds thirty pounds per square inch Thirty eight pounds thirty eight pounds thirty five pounds thirty two pounds thousand pounds Sixty days sixty days three year three-year
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04:40 min | 2 years ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So he also stopped his met. So he was on metformin. He was taken two thousand milligrams of metformin a day. That's that's to a medication used to control sugar. And oh, by the way, he stopped at medication six days into the program. I got you beat on that one on the biggest one. Yeah, I'm surprised actually. Coming up with a phenomenon. That's why I'm surprised that you hold onto them. Let me go through this. And then and then. And for the biggest the forty days on the guy side, Scott thirty eight pounds in forty days. I'm just talking about the people I saw I mean, you saw you saw people coming into the office because you might get a different location. So this is gonna be the same. But that's alright hold onto yours. We've got you covered all over the tri-state area. A couple of locations in New Jersey. New York City queens Brooklyn Long Island now opening in Westchester as well so thirty eight pounds in forty days, and what was cool is. So he does this guy used to run marathons. Avid runner ran marathons life kind of got control of and put on a bunch of weight and had some health health issues and some family issues and work issues and kind of got off the wagon a little bit there. And so he put on a bunch of weight, and he figured, you know, he's going to the old fashioned way and start running again, you know, once he got everything back on track and figure out who's gonna start running again. And when he started doing that he realized that he when he ran about half a mile, his knees started, absolutely aching. The guy was basically forty pounds, overweight, thirty five pounds overweight. People don't realize that for every pound. You're overweight is thirty pounds per square inch on the knees on the hips on the ankle. So now he's putting on extra pounds plus minus right onto those legs. And he couldn't do it that way. So he he came in the program. We personalize the supplements looked at bloodwork look DNA look at by the hair and saliva that buyer energetic scans we used to personalized supplements. And so lost thirty eight and forty and now he is going to be now started running again, he's up to five miles. A every couple of days is doing great. It's going to train for the marathon. And a win the marathon November something I wanted to do that. Which one New York City. I'm not I think November's when they do it. So anyway, so he's going to be getting going for that. And he'll run a marathon probably lose a bunch more weight. So that's pretty cool. Impressive. And so that's the that's the men's and then on the ladies nothing. Nothing to sneeze at either. Cindy, forty pounds. Yep. No, I'm sorry. Sixty days forty pounds. She lost sixty day show us forty pounds and went from a size fourteen to a size eight. That's good, right? Fourteen tonight. It's pretty impressive fourteen tornado. That's not good. That's great fourteen size. I guess that's what dress like, I don't know. What that's like that's like shopping in a different like store. Stanford store. It's a different store. It's not even just a different department. You're like moving stores. Yeah. Because, you know, somebody stores like they really a lot of these stores, especially like in the tri-state area for size, fourteen hard to find clothing. I mean, depending on how you shaped and. Yeah, it's difficult. So when you're when you're talking about going from a size, fourteen to go into a size, eight size eight you're shopping at every boutique every store because size eight is on the smaller side. So it's really that's a really impressive impressive size change. It sounds a little bit more expensive. It is. It is. It is it is. Well, anyway fourteenth this is eight so she's got she's. That's good. And let's see that's the sixty days for her. Not sure if it's good for her husband. And then the forty days is thirty two pounds in forty days Lucy, and what's cool is she's telling me that she can now run around the chase surrounding a little three year old son, which is pretty cool and before she was getting winded and barely moving and not having a good time with that. And now, she's chasing Moran. She says she's more engine three-year-old now, which is pretty cool. Right. That's great. So let me give out the numbers. So we see typically twenty five to forty five plus with women and men, and that's in only forty days. And so to get these results or you can do you can pick up the phone you.

Cindy metformin New York City New Jersey Moran Stanford store Lucy Scott Brooklyn Long Island Westchester forty days forty pounds thirty eight pounds thirty pounds per square inch thirty five pounds thirty two pounds Sixty days sixty days three year three-year
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04:21 min | 2 years ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Biggest one. Yeah, I'm surprised actually. Coming up with a phenomenon. That's why I'm surprised that we hold onto them. Let me go through this. And and then. Then for the biggest the forty days on the guy side, Scott. Thirty eight pounds in forty days. I'm just talking about the people I saw I mean, you saw you saw people coming into the office because you might get a different location. So this is gonna be the same. But that's alright hold onto your. We've got you covered all over the Tri state area. Couple of locations in New Jersey. New York City, queens Brooklyn, Long Island. I now opening in West Chester as well, so thirty eight pounds in forty days, and what was cool is. So he this guy used to run marathons avid runner ran marathons life kind kinda got control of and put on a bunch of weight and had some health health issues and some family issues and work issues and kind of got off the wagon a little bit there. And so he put on a bunch of weight, then he figured, you know, he's going to do the old fashioned way and start running again, you know, once he got everything back on track and figured who's gonna start running again. And when he started doing that he realized that when you ran about half a mile, his knees started, absolutely aching. The guy was basically forty pounds, overweight, thirty five pounds overweight. People don't realize that for every pound. You're overweight is thirty pounds per square inch on the knees on the hips on the ankle. So now he's putting on an extra thousand pounds plus minus right onto those legs. He couldn't do it that way. So he he came in. Program. We personalize the supplements looked at blood work look at DNA, look by the hair and saliva that buyer energetic scans we use to personalized supplements. And so lost thirty eight and forty and now he is going to be now started running again, he's up to five miles a every couple of days. He's doing great. It's going to train for the marathon. And a wins the marathon November something when they do that. I think it's November which one New York City. Oh, I don't know. I'm not I think November's when they do it. So anyway, so he's going to be getting going for that. And he'll run a marathon probably lose a bunch more weight. So that's pretty cool. Impressive. And so that's the that's the men's and on the ladies nothing. Nothing to sneeze at either. Cindy, forty pounds. Yep. No, I'm sorry. Sixty days forty pounds. She lost sixty day show us forty pounds and went from a size fourteen to a size eight. That's good, right? Fourteen tonight. It's pretty impressive fourteen tornado eight that's not good. That's great fourteen. Size. I guess that's what dress like, I don't know. What I'm saying? That's like that's like shopping in a different like store. Stanford store. It's a different store. It's not even just a different department like stores. Yeah. Because you know, somebody's stores like they really a lot of these stores, especially in the tristate area for size, fourteen hard to find clothing. I mean, depending on how you shaped. And. Yeah. Yeah, it's difficult. So when you're when you're talking about going from size, fourteen to go on to a size, eight size eight you're shopping at every boutique every store because size eight is on the smaller side. So it's really that's a really impressive impressive size change. So sizes sounds a little bit more expensive. Right. Is it is it is it is well anyway size fourteen to size eight. So she's got she's. That's good. And let's see that's the sixty days for her. Not sure if it's good for her husband. And then the forty days is thirty two pounds in forty days Lucy, and what's cool is she's telling me that she can now run around and chase surrounding little three year old son, which is pretty cool and before she was getting winded and barely moving and not having a good time with that. And now she's chasing Morand. She says she's more engineering three-year-old now, which is pretty cool. Right. That's great. So let me give out the numbers. So we see typically twenty five to forty five plus with women and men, and that's in only forty days. And so to get these results or you can do you can pick up the phone you.

Cindy New York City Scott New Jersey West Chester Stanford store Lucy Long Island Brooklyn forty days forty pounds thirty pounds per square inch Thirty eight pounds thirty eight pounds thirty five pounds thirty two pounds thousand pounds Sixty days sixty days three year
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710 WOR

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's twenty seven bucks come into the office. And we'll check you out and go over everything. Explain to you. How the personalization of the program works and how we're able to see these types of results and marinas here. Hello good afternoon. Everybody as always I'd like to start off with they're talking about our biggest winners, the people who've lost the most weight that we discuss I don't remember the last time that I talk about the ladies first. And then I remember I think he talked about the ladies first last start off talking about the men. I sure right. So we'll break it up into usually break it up into forty days in sixty days. Forty days is what we usually do in sometimes people extend out to sixty days depending on where they're at and how they're doing. And you know, if they can reach their goal and so forth and so on and so. Let's go with the sixty days. Biggest winner sixty days. Bruce, fifty six pounds in sixty days. That's awesome. And so he also stopped his met. So he was on metformin. He was taken two thousand milligrams of metformin day. That's that's to a medication used to control sugar and. Oh, by the way, he stopped at medication six days into the program. I got you beat on that one on the biggest one. Yeah. I'm surprised actually. How come you? Visit for number. That's why I'm surprised that you hold onto that. Me go through this. And then and then and then. For the biggest the forty days on the guy side, Scott. Thirty eight pounds in forty days. I'm just talking about the people. I saw I mean you saw you saw people coming into the office because you might be different location. So this is it's not gonna be the same. But that's alright hold onto yours. Now. We've got you covered all over the Tri area. Couple of locations in New Jersey. New York City, queens Brooklyn Long Island now opening in Westchester as well so thirty pounds in forty days, and what was cool is he so he this this guy used to run marathons avid runner ran marathons in a life kinda got control of and put on a bunch of weight and had some health health issues and some family issues and work shoes and kind of got off the wagon a little bit there. And so he put on a bunch of weight, and he figured, you know, he's going to do the old fashioned way and start running again, you know, once he got everything back on track and figured who's gonna start running again. And when he started doing that he realized that when he ran about half a mile, his knees started, absolutely aching. The guy was basically forty pounds, overweight, thirty five pounds overweight. People don't realize that for every pound. You're overweight is thirty pounds per square inch on the knees on the hips on the ankle. So now he's putting on an extra pounds plus minus right onto those legs. And he could. Couldn't do it that way. So he he came in did the program, we personalize the supplements looked at work look at DNA look at by the hair and saliva the buyer energetic scans we use to personalized supplements. And so lost thirty eight and forty and now he is going to be now he started running again, he's up to five miles a every couple of days. He's doing great. He's going to train for the marathon. And a wins the marathon November something when I wanted to do that. I think it's fun. In New York City. Oh, I don't know. I'm not I I think I think November's when they do it. So anyway, so he's going to be getting going for that. And he'll run a marathon probably lose a bunch more weight. So that's pretty cool. Impressive. And so that's the that's the men's and then on the ladies nothing. Nothing to sneeze at either. Cindy, forty pounds. Yep. Sorry, sixty days forty pounds. She lost sixty day show us forty pounds and went from a size fourteen to a size eight. That's good, right? Fourteen tonight. Pretty impressive fourteen tornado. That's good. That's great fourteen size. I guess that's what trust like, I don't know. What I'm talking like we that's like that's like shopping in a different like store. Stanford store. It's a different store. It's not even just a different department year like moving stores. Yeah. Because you know, some of these stores like they really a lot of these stores, especially in the tristate area for size, fourteen hard to find clothing. I mean, depending on how you shaped, and yeah, it's difficult. So when you're when you're talking about going from a size, fourteen to go into a size, eight size eight you're shopping at every boutique every store because size eight is on the smaller side. So it's really that's a really impressive impressive size change so size. Eight sounds a little bit more expensive. It is. It is it is it is. Well, anyway, size fourteen is eight so she's got she's. That's good. And let's see that's the sixty days for her. Not sure if it's good for her husband. Good for her. The forty days is thirty two pounds in forty days Lucy, and what's cool is she's telling me that she can now run around and chase surrounding a little three year old son, which is pretty cool and before she was getting winded and barely moving and not having a good time with that. And now she's chasing him around. She says she's more energy than year old now, which is pretty cool. Right. That's great. So let me give out the numbers. So we see typically twenty five to forty five plus with women and men, and that's. In only forty days. And so to get these results or you can do you can pick up the phone you.

New York City metformin New Jersey Stanford store Bruce Scott Lucy Brooklyn Long Island Cindy Westchester forty days sixty days forty pounds thirty pounds per square inch Thirty eight pounds thirty five pounds thirty two pounds fifty six pounds thirty pounds Forty days
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05:49 min | 2 years ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To call now it's twenty seven bucks Come into the office, and we'll check you out and. Go over everything and explain to, you, how, the personalization of the program works, and, how, we're, able, to, see, these types of results and marinas here Hello good afternoon everybody. Summers finally here it's. Nice and hot. And humid yeah exactly how we're used to. Summer's here in New York Yup Yup. And so I always want to as always I like to start off with they're talking. About our biggest winners that people have lost. The most weight that we discuss I don't remember last time that I talk about the. Ladies I I remember I think he talked about the ladies first start off talking. About the men I sure right so we'll. Break it up into usually break, it up into forty days, in sixty days forty days is what we usually do in sometimes people extend out to sixty days depending on where they're at and how they're doing and you know if they can reach their goal and. So, forth and. So on. And, so let's go with the sixty days. Biggest, winner sixty days Bruce fifty six pounds in sixty days And that's awesome And so he also. Stopped his met so he. Was on metformin he was taken two thousand milligrams of. Metformin a day that's that's to a medication used to, control sugar and Oh by the. Way he stopped at medication six days into the program I got. You, beat on that one of the biggest one yeah I'm surprised actually Can we go visit for number that's why I'm surprised that you hold onto that let me go through this and then. And, then and then For the biggest the forty days on the guy side Scott Thirty eight. Pounds, in forty days I'm just talking about the people is so I mean you saw you saw. People coming into your. Office because you might be different, location so this. Is this it's. Not gonna be the same but that's alright hold onto your we've got you covered all over the Tri, state area couple of locations in New, Jersey New York City queens Brooklyn Long Island now opening. In Westchester as well so thirty eight. Pounds, in forty, days and what was cool is he so he does this guy used to run. Marathons they avid runner. Ran marathons in a life kinda, got control of. Them and put. On a bunch of weight and had some health health. Issues and some family issues and Work issues and kind of got, off the wagon a little, bit there and so he put on a, bunch of weight and he figured you know he's going to do the old fashioned way and start running again you know once he got everything back. On track and figured who's gonna start running again and when he started doing that he realized that he when he. Ran about half a, mile, his knees started absolutely aching the guy was. Basically forty pounds overweight thirty five pounds overweight people don't realize that for? Every pound you're overweight is thirty pounds per square. Inch on the, knees on the hips on, the ankle so now he's putting on an extra pounds plus minus right onto those legs and he couldn't do it that, way So he he came in did the program we personalize the supplements looked at. Blood work look at DNA look, at by the hair and saliva viral majestic scans we use, to personalized supplements and so, lost thirty eight and forty and now he, is going to be now started running again he's up to five miles a every couple of days he's doing great it's going to train for the. Marathon and a wins the marathon November something when to do that I think it's November which one New York City Oh. I don't. Know I'm not. I think. I think. November's when they do it so. Anyway so he's going to be getting. Going for that and he'll run a marathon probably lose a bunch more. Weight so that's pretty. Cool name and so that's the that's the. Men's, and on the ladies nothing nothing to sneeze at either Cindy forty pounds Yep sorry, sixty days forty pounds she lost sixty, day she was forty pounds. And went, from a size fourteen to. A size eight that's good right fourteen tonight pretty. Impressive fourteen tornado that's not good that's great. Fourteen size I, guess that's what that's like I don't know what I'm. Talking like we that's like that's like shopping in a different like, store Stanford store it's a different store it's not even. Just, the different department stores yeah because you know some of these stores like. They really a lot of these stores especially in the, tri-state area, for size. Fourteen hard to find, clothing I mean depending on how you shaped and Yeah Difficult so when you're when you're talking about going from, size fourteen to go to a, size eight size. Eight you're shopping at every boutique every store because size eight is on the smaller. Side so it's, really that's a really. Impressive impressive size. Change so, size it sounds a little bit more. Expensive wait is it? Is It is it. Is it, is well anyway size fourteen size eight. So she's got she's That's good and let's. See that's. The sixty days for, her. Not sure if. It's good for. Husband And then the forty days is thirty two pounds in forty days Lucy and what's cool is, she's telling me that. She can now run around and chase surrounding a little three year old son which is pretty, cool and before she was getting. Winded and, barely moving and not having a good time, with that and now, she's. Chasing him. Around she says she's more energy than. Three year old now which is pretty cool right that's great so let me, give out the numbers so we see typically twenty five to forty five plus with women, and men and that's in only. Forty days and so to, get, these, results or you. Can do you, can pick up the phone you can.

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"stanford store" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"stanford store" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Open now ready to see patients so princeton queens long island brooklyn new york city clifton new jersey i think i miss something i don't remember but anyway princeton's ready to go and and people have been real happy about that and marinas here hello summers finally here it's nice and hot and humid yeah exactly how we're used to summer's here in new york yup yup yup and so i always want to as always i like to start off talking about our biggest winners the people who've lost the most weight that would we discuss i don't remember last time that i talk about the ladies first and then i remember which one i think he talked about the ladies i lost to us so should i start off talking about the men for sure right so we'll break it up into usually break it up into forty days in sixty days forty days is what we usually do sometimes people extend out to sixty days depending on where they're at and how they're doing and you know if they can reach their goal and and so forth and so on and so let's go with the sixty days biggest winner sixty days bruce fifty six pounds in sixty days and that's awesome and so he also stopped his met so he was on metformin he was taken two thousand milligrams of metformin a day that's that's to medication used to control sugar and oh by the way he stopped at medication six days into the program i got you beat on that one on the biggest one wacom's can we go visit for number that's why i'm surprised that year we hold onto that let me go through this and then and then and then for the biggest the forty days on the guy side scott thirty eight pounds in forty days i'm just talking about the people i saw i mean you saw you saw people coming into the office because you might be on location so this is going to be the same but that's alright hold onto yours so thirty eight pounds in forty days and what was cool is he so he does this guy used to run marathons avid runner ran marathons in a life kinda got control of them and put on a bunch of weight and had some health health issues and some family issues and issues and kind of got off the wagon a little bit there and so he put on a bunch of weight then he figured you know he's going to do the old fashioned way and start running again you know once he got everything back on track and forget who's gonna start running again and when he started doing that he realized that when you ran about half a mile knees started absolutely aching the guy was basically forty pounds overweight thirty five pounds overweight people don't realize that for every pound you're overweight is thirty pounds per square inch on the knees on the hips on the ankle so now he's putting on an extra thousand pounds plus minus right onto those legs and he couldn't do it that way so he he came in did the program we personalize the supplements looked at blood work look at dna look at by the hair and saliva the buyer energetic scans us to personalize the supplements and so lost thirty eight and forty and now he is going to be now started running again he's up to five miles a every couple of days he's doing great it's going to train for the marathon and a wins the marathon november something i wanted to do that i think which one new york city oh i don't know i'm not i i think november's when they so anyway so he's going to be getting going for that and he'll run a marathon probably lose a bunch more weight so that's pretty cool impressive and so that's the that's the men's and then on the ladies nothing nothing to sneeze at either cindy forty pounds yep sorry sixty days forty pounds she lost sixty day she was forty pounds and went from a size fourteen to a size eight that's good right fourteen twenty pretty impressive for that's good that's great cartoon fourteen size i guess that's what trust like i don't know what i'm talking about like we that's like that's like shopping in a different like store stanford store it's a different store it's not even just a different department.

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"stanford store" Discussed on The Tesla Show

The Tesla Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"stanford store" Discussed on The Tesla Show

"That's not even on the medal stand. If this were the self-driving Olympics. That's luckily, it's not. Couple more quick things before we wrap up model. Three test drives you're gonna start at the end of June, and they should have model threes at the in all stores in North America by the end of July. So they were new model three in the I was at the Stanford store today heard about that. It's is it's maroon no they used to have a grey one in there. Now, they maroon when it's moved like the Xs in the place of where it used to be. So it's like the front left notes in the center like all the way towards the back screen that they have the power. All okay. How did it look? Did you get the look fine? I was just walking by on the way to the store. Okay. Or other apple store is being. Yes, it's still completely shut down. I was looking at. I was like I wanted to home pod. I heard them today, and they actually sound a lot better than I thought they did I have one. Now, they added the airplay to with the Sonos style. Multi-room? I wanna get another one. Do you have a Doyle underneath it to keep it from pure wood? It's on a metal bookshelf. So it's one, but I I will have to put it on a daily because I do have I would put it on wood table next. So. First world problems. Totally service enters they're going to double capacity again year over year, the body shop, they still have an open the one near me. Yeah. That wants still in construction. They shut down the the crunch fitness that was in there. And they have not been sitting there vacant for a while. Now, maybe it's a cash crunch for tesla. I'm sure it's a building relation. Yeah. They're gonna put in the body shops at the top ten metro US stations and the plan is to be able to do same day body repair. So instead of a week to two weeks for body issues. You could have your tesla repaired in the same day by robots no bites by service technicians humans..

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"stanford store" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"stanford store" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The end of one it is the washington huskies seven stanford zero but stanford as the ball inside the one nine gorter little surprised slav did not do in the short yardage special well you know it's gonna be a fade right you know what's interesting to see that washington has not just a corner who's playing about four yards i have or you're right average thank otagao over there to save downplaying well witness be a time for a play fake and just lied out one of the tight end to the right have having a play about just a stop route were in charge and show nan dear second whiteside fake to the outside cut back to the inside that easy touch now and still in the tv time out so stanford wool bagged mosey back to its huddle yep israel trenton nothing washington after one and again really fast bergdorf dj castilla five for seventy four yards on peace rabin gbs not throwing the ball effectively all season long but i think michelle julie shark that long pass up the sideline was perfect and he has thrilled some laser beams over the metal he he looks the part tonight that guy's got some arm strike lee and he's what i sometimes a little jew to whether the play the first quarter was at picking up the mof snap on fourth an inches i mean diving forward turn this thing into a touchdown that's here goodness give inches senate downside john platt's we looking for here either there at of your bryson other subtle though i i'm with you guys they might try something different picture something if twice lawmakers over the years ahead will be the eleven th consecutive game that would tied toby care hard for the most can yes making the stabbed cares about the edges of the yard other by the way kgb that it to over three hundred pu were carries which makes him staple or the ncaa alternate later in video arts precarious correct we'll have more on that coming up what we have time right now play here second goal george will i hope is every damn will you uh don't let no more than that though handoff rice here is it to the absorbed for a stanford store oh no price love touchdown uh it's just one yard quitting house same and stanford an extra point away from this thing up cargo do you esco equipment rentals the official equipment rental sponsor athletics issued.

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