35 Burst results for "Steve He"

Ainsley Earhardt Previews New Book 'I'm so Glad You Were Born'

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 16 hrs ago

Ainsley Earhardt Previews New Book 'I'm so Glad You Were Born'

"So tell us about this Well Mark when I was growing up my mom always said I'm so glad you were born on our birthdays And so when I got the job on Fox and Friends it was the first birthday we celebrated And that was Steve doocy's birthday And I said Steve I'm so glad you were born and Brian my co anchor and Steve my co anchor looked at each other and then Brian slapped me on the back in a loving way And just cackled in that cackle that he does And I said I know it sounds funny but this is what my mom said on our birthdays And I said so I'm so glad you were born You're making such a difference in the lives of so many people You've been on this show for so many years and everyone wakes up to you Our country is so important and you just love our country and you love other people So I said it's an important message So then his wife years later wrote him in the middle of our show and said I have a great idea for ainsley's next children's book It should be called I'm so glad you were born And I said that is such a good idea So then I pitched it to my publishers and they loved it And so it's the number one book by the grace of God and thanks to all of our viewers It's the number one and number two all week on Amazon So I am just grateful but it's just a message I mean Mark you love the constitution You love our country You love your two children and it's just a way to know Exactly I know It's a great way to just tell everyone who has been born that they have a purpose that God has put them on this earth for a reason And we're all just so glad they were born

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Congressman Jason Lewis Talks Trump-Hating Republicans

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:04 min | 1 d ago

Congressman Jason Lewis Talks Trump-Hating Republicans

"Explain to me. Again, talk about revisionist history or just changing history. I don't care what you call it. But how can you have, quote, and I'm tired of looking at this, you go on MSNBC, CNN, and sometimes even Fox or in others. And you see these Republican consultants who have not worked for criticized president Trump every day of the week. They criticize Republicans. They, I mean, they work against what is considered, you know, many of us consider conservative, but yet the mainstream media out there is because here's Republican consultants. No, those are not Republicans anymore. Let's at least move them to independent. Let's do something to say, they're not where the Republican voters are today. And if they were, they'd be out there being hired, but they just don't reflect it. That's the part where the media tries to make by using labels. Everybody look the same and that try to isolate those who are pointing out the deficiencies in their argument. It is hard to overestimate the falsity of Steve Schmidt or Rick Wilson ever be considered a Republican. And this whole notion of and this is I'm glad you brought this up because everybody thinks it's Trump's abrasive personality. And let's be honest, it's a different kind of politician. You and I both know that. Not afraid to say that. But different times call for different leaders. But it wasn't that buggy. I mean, oh, he's not humble enough. I think Barack Obama was humbled, Bill Clinton. It was the issues Trump was threatening them with. The end of globalism, the controlling the border, all of these issues that they were advising their Republicans on you. You really ought to come out with a climate platform. You really just need to do that. And don't alienate the Human Rights Campaign by being a traditionalist, you can't do that. And so Trump was threatening that status quo issue wise, and I think that's why they turned on him. That's why they didn't like him. And now from Bill crystal to Schmidt, Wilson, they are venomous in their hatred.

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If You Haven't Seen Eric's Interview With Naomi Wolf, It's a Must!

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 1 d ago

If You Haven't Seen Eric's Interview With Naomi Wolf, It's a Must!

"Has been your favorite interview in the past few weeks? Naomi wolf, the other day, I interviewed Naomi wolf. That woman, I am proud to know her, I always say that she was in my class at Yale. She was very liberal, feminist, she is a hero. And if you have not seen the interview, now, by the way, I just sent out an email a few minutes ago to the Eric metaxas dot com list. If you're not signed up for that folks, you got to go to Eric from Texas dot com sign up for the newsletters because some of these interviews, I'm telling you, they're going to help save this country and the world. My interview with Naomi wolf, I don't know where else are you going to see this stuff. Maybe if you watch Steve Bannon or you're tuned in to some other places. But there is an utter blackout on all this information. And this stuff is, it's nothing less than astonishing that they're not covering what she talked about on the program. So if you haven't seen it, again, I set out the video you can find it on rumble, but I just did it a couple of days ago. It is absolutely searing, sickening, vital information. That no one is reporting on it. If you want to know how bad things are, the idea that people are not reporting on what Naomi wolf has discovered. They sued Pfizer to get internal documents on the vaccine. This is Pfizer's internal documents. She talks about it. I'm telling you, you're responsible for this information. Please, please watch that interview and share it everywhere you can. Please,

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The FBI Is Trying to Stamp Out Truth-Telling Whistleblowers

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | 2 d ago

The FBI Is Trying to Stamp Out Truth-Telling Whistleblowers

"You know you're in a living in a weird time and a distorted phase of the culture when you can see in the media, all kinds of people bashing FBI whistleblowers. I mean, did you think you'd live to see this? You'd have FBI whistleblowers. Who are telling what's going on on the inside of this top police agency. And the media is beating up, not on the FBI. But on the whistleblowers. Wow. So we've come a long way since the 1960s when the there were all these left wing investigations of the FBI of the CIA, whistleblowers were hailed as heroes. They were brought forward. They were treated as truth tellers, which in many cases, of course they are. And I want to focus on one of those FBI, a real hero, but someone who's not getting the hero's treatment. So this is a guy named Steve friend. He's an FBI special agent. And this guy noticed that something funny was going on in the FBI. I mean, he could see it in the cases that he dealt with directly. He's a 12 year veteran of the FBI, he's a S.W.A.T. team member. And he has been suspended, stripped of his gun and badge, escorted out of the FBI office in Daytona Beach for what? Basically for blowing the whistle on the FBI. Now, let's look at why Steve friend is taking such a risk. He's taking a risk of basically blowing up his career, a career that is meant a lot to him. He's the father of two small children, and as I mentioned, he's been over a decade with the FBI. So why would he do that? Well, the reason he's doing it is because he is showing giving direct firsthand information about how this agency has gone rogue.

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John Zmirak: 'We Are All Mark Judge Now'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 2 d ago

John Zmirak: 'We Are All Mark Judge Now'

"Mirac, what else should we talk about? Well, I actually have a column on discussing what we were just talking about Cole. We are all Mark judge now. And that's at the stream. We are all in or soon will be in the same position of people like your own courtesy and Mark judge and Kyle rittenhouse. We face a regime that is an existential threat to the people of the country. The way the French did after May 1940. We face a hostile occupying government that is not legitimate that does not look for our consent that is intent on silencing us and persecuting us if we try to claim back our national sovereignty. That is the gravity of the situation. When I was talking to the good people in the audience at Christians engaged, I said, you think you're in America. You're not. You're in shine. And the media are virtually all state media, and they're virtually all repeating party propaganda. But there are broadcasts coming from abroad. There are little samas signals, like the BBC broadcasting into occupied France. And those are media like the stream, like Eric metaxas, like Steve Bannon's war room, like American greatness, Julie Kelly's reporting on the January 6th protesters. Revolver news, there are epoch times. I heard that epoch times is now the fourth largest newspaper in America. If that's true, that is extremely encouraging news. Because The Epoch Times is one of the only papers that would tell the truth about the vaccine.

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The Republican Leadership Has Come up With a 'Commitment to America'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:14 min | 3 d ago

The Republican Leadership Has Come up With a 'Commitment to America'

"I want to comment on the House Republican leadership. This is McCarthy and Steve scalise, who's been on this podcast and Elise Stefanik of New York. And they have put forward one, say, belatedly, because this probably should have come a lot earlier, but nevertheless, it's coming in time for the midterms. Something called the commitment to America. Commitment to America. Now, if you have sense of perspective here, you'll recognize as a kind of a similarity to something that gingrich did. And the period leading up to the 1994 midterm election. Remember, Clinton was elected in 92. And this was an anti Clinton wave that the Republicans were able to ride brilliantly in gingrich was able to nationalize the midterm election, not something that is that easy to do with the contract with America. I would say looking back on it the contract with America was a mixed success and got some things accomplished. In fact, to some degree, it put welfare reform at the front of its agenda. It even got Clinton kicking and screaming to sign welfare reform and then later Clinton took credit for the effects of welfare reform, but it was the Republicans who made him do it, and they did it themselves. There were other things that the contract with America tried to do line item veto a constitutional amendment to balance the budget. And those things ultimately faded. They didn't work. But it was a, it was a brilliant maneuver, and of course gingrich was a marvelous articulator of it. And I think with that in mind, we have this new crew, which is basically McCarthy, who apparently thinks he's a little bit of the new gingrich. Now, unfortunately, McCarthy doesn't have the charisma of gingrich. He doesn't have the intellectual firepower gingrich who actually was an intellectual gingrich was a college professor before he got into politics. And with McCarthy, you know, I approached this with kind of a, well, I'm going to call it one sheer for the GOP plan. The plan itself is not bad.

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Eric Metaxas Describes the Idol of Evangelism

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last week

Eric Metaxas Describes the Idol of Evangelism

"What would the ideal action points be then for a pastor or a church? We never actually asked for this guy's answer to this guy's question. Said, okay, our church is biblically based, but we don't talk about current events. What does it look like? What does success look like? What pastors can we point to there doing this right? Obviously, rob McCoy, David engelhart, Jack kibs, pastor Jurgen angel and Luke Barnett, Steve smotherman. This is off the top of my head. This brings me to the title of one of the chapters in this book, led to the American church. The title is the chapter, is the idol of evangelism. There are people who are so focused on the idea of evangelism that they have been silenced on anything that might conceivably push someone away. And I say this because there's a great irony, Charlie. If you're worried about losing people by bringing up important issues, like if you're against the slave trade or you're against Nazis, you know, butchering Jews or you're against the unborn being ripped apart. You say, well, we don't want to talk about these unpleasant things. We're just going to preach the gospel. Ironically, the people who are doing that in those churches, the numbers are fading. People are saying, things are too crazy for me to waste a couple of hours on Sunday morning. Listening to nothing. I need answers. My children are being challenged in school with insane ideas. I'm being challenged everywhere I look. I have family members suffering. I want somebody who's bold and courageous. And those pastors who are being bold and courageous who are not afraid to talk about something that might be called political or any of these controversial issues, those churches are increasing in number and there are tons of nonbelievers just patriots, good people who are saying, that kind of church, that's what I've been looking for all my life.

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Nefarious: Steve Deace's Fictional Story That Turned Into Prophecy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | Last week

Nefarious: Steve Deace's Fictional Story That Turned Into Prophecy

"I know you're going to be very interested in as a C. S. Lewis guy. Is in 2016, I wrote a book that I thought was fiction. And 6 years later has turned out, unfortunately, to be prophecy. And I based it off of the screwtape letters, and I decided to take it to a more global scale. Instead of the temptation of individuals, what about a deception of an entire culture? And so I created a character named lord nefarious, a high lord of hell, who was tasked by the devil with the destruction of the United States of America. And in this book, he connects everybody names names. He list movements that he started co opted, why they did it, and he put it all in writing so that the fact we will ignore it. We will not turn away. We will not accept it. We'll think it's fantasy or conspiracy theory. That's how he'll convince his master, the devil, that it was that his plan is irrevocable and successful. Well, we are just about finished brother with the movie version of that. The production team that did unplanned a few years ago, the excellent Planned Parenthood whistleblower style. This is their next movie is the feature film based on this story. And we cast Sean Patrick Flannery as nefarious. I watched the rough cut about 6 weeks ago. And I'm just telling you, I mean, his performance, it was like Nicholson in The Shining kind of stuff, how good it was. And I think, I think it's possible we might have made the most compelling Christian movie since the passion. I think it's going to wreck people, nefarious is going to preach and teach to this culture, but it's going to be from the other side of the looking glass.

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Steve Deace: Unfortunately, This Is Not New for Our Species...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | Last week

Steve Deace: Unfortunately, This Is Not New for Our Species...

"Not new for our species. I mean, this goes back to genesis chapter three. We're back to the fall, right? The Serpent is there tempting E they're having a discourse rarely discussed, though, is where is Adam? Adam has been given dominion over the earth by his creator. He says, I have given you dominion over this creation of mine. Now go subdue it. Be fruitful, multiply. I created this for you to rule it in my name, all right? So Adam has dominion here. He could intercede, he could interpose. He could put himself between The Serpent and his wife, even after the fall he could still come forth and ask for mercy and forgiveness and throw himself upon the mercy of God. He is complacent. He is lackadaisical. He is nonplussed. He's not involved, then eventually gives himself in and then doesn't accept his responsibility when he is challenged by God and blames it on the woman that you gave me. This is the pattern of our species. There's even stories in the scriptures. There's a pre stained hill kaya. I believe is the father or grandfather of Jeremiah. And he's cleaning out the temple one day. And when they say cleaning out, he's like dusting this starry host and polishing the idols they have to demons and foreign gods. This is in God's temple. And he comes upon this dusty scroll in the corner and the rabbinical traditions say this scroll is deuteronomy and he opens it up and he reads, wow, I've set before you blessing and cursing life and death, choose life so that you and your descendants may live in the land. And he runs it to this young king named Josiah and says, I've never heard of any of this stuff. He's the chief priest of Israel. He's never heard of any of this. And you know that he ends up sparking a revival under king Josiah. You go to the gospels, Eric. Nothing good can come from Nazareth. We don't care how many miracles that this want to be Carpenter's son performs. We refuse to listen. Unfortunately, this is not new. And

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Eric Welcomes Blaze TV's Steve Deace to the Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | Last week

Eric Welcomes Blaze TV's Steve Deace to the Show

"I warned you. That I would have some fire breathing heroes on the program. I warn you. If you don't like it, you can't say I didn't warn you. Steve deese spelled DEA CE, but I need to hear him pronounce it correctly in a minute. But he is someone whose voice has been so brave and so helpful to me and to others around the country. And it is long overdue that we've had him back on the program. Steve welcome. Eric, I appreciate that. Thank you. It's day by the way. I knew it. Half the family pronounces a D so I could be wrong. I really don't know truth be told, but. All right. I want to say one of my listeners to my podcast sent me about a week ago. So this is before you guys invited me back on. So this is serendipitous timing. Something about a week ago, a message that you gave, I think it was at a church in Texas. It was second baptist church in Houston. Yeah. And I watched it. I watched it over the weekend, and I was I was mesmerized. I thought it was absolutely prophetic and I shared it on all my social media channels, so that was let those with ears to hear, let them hear kind of stuff brother. So thank you. Well, thank you for that. I preached twice that day, and this was the west campus. The second service, I think, was the slightly better version because I never spoken, but it's about the book, which launches today. Called letter to the American church.

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Who Would Make a Great Supreme Court Advocate?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:22 min | Last week

Who Would Make a Great Supreme Court Advocate?

"Just because you've watched so many Supreme Court arguments, you know, so many of the justices, you know, so many of the legal people. If you had to recommend a Supreme Court advocate today, someone called you up and their company is on the line, they have to argue before the Supreme Court, who would it be? I guess it would probably be Paul Clement. You and I said the same thing. I got asked that question a couple of years ago. And I've never met Paul Clement or spoken to him, but I hit Paul Clement. Tell people why. Well, because he's just if he weren't such a nice and intelligent and good guy, I would say that he was an idiot savant of an advocate. I mean by that, I don't mean that he's an idiot. I mean that even when he was a baby advocate, he came to the Justice Department with John ashcroft for whom he had worked on the Senate Judiciary Committee, I think. And he was in his young 30s and Ted Olson was the solicitor general and had just won Bush versus gore for president Bush by then president Bush and ashcroft, I think, actually wanted Paul to be solicitor general and the compromise was that he would be deputy, which he was for four years, and then he became solicitor general on his own. But as Ted also would say, Paul is just an amazing advocate. And he is not a, you know, when he worked for the government, he represented the government. When he worked for the Catholic Church, he represents the Catholic Church. Do I think that is closer to an approximation of his views? Yes, I do. But he was a just a bang up advocate for the government. And so was Ted Olson. They both represented they both defended the McCain feingold law. And one in the Supreme Court, and it fell apart years later, and they represent different interests now that they're in private practice, but that didn't stop them from being the best advocates possible for their client at the time and their client at the time was the United States government. You just named two of the four of the greatest Supreme Court advocates of my generation, the other two being the now chief justice John Roberts, and the fourth being an it'll come to me. I just forgot his name. And there are four. And they were always, I get calls, and when the chief justice was in private practice at Hogan, I would say go get him. And now when I get calls, I say go get Paul Clement because Ken Starr judge Starr is no longer practicing. They work great Supreme Court advocates because they just are at ease and I bring that up because of your Walter dellinger story on page one 30 and God bless the late Walter dellinger, who is a great man in the law, with whom I disagreed often. But he mixed up the names of justices, O'Connor and Ginsburg in his first argument. That's over practicing. Nina, that's don't you think that's what it was. He was overprepared he had thought about it so much. I'm not going to mix them up. I'm not going to mix them up. I'm not going to mix them up, and he mixed them up, and they were not happy. I don't even know if it was that. First his first argument, it just was maybe the first time he faced the two of them on the court. You're right. You're right. And he said, I mean, I've done this. I've said North Carolina when my script says South Carolina, I don't know what happens. In a less than ladylike expression, it's a brain fart. Yeah. Happens to me like on a daily basis. Nina totenberg. I mean, on a daily basis, three hours of radio you're going to do it, your buddy Steve never makes a mistake inscape. And I really hate that. But I make mistakes every day. Let me go on now to what the essence of dinners with Ruth is. And I remind you of the Frank luntz role, we've got to say the title of dinners with rouge 7 times for people to remember dinners with Ruth and order dinners with Ruth. And I want to tell my Friends on the center right in the right, this book will charm you and inform you and you'll be better for having read it. I said that most recently about Evan Thomas's one, Evan is a friend, one is about justice O'Connor and as dinners with Ruth does for justice Ginsburg one did for justice O'Connor and together they do what is only very infrequently done they give you a glimpse of the real world of the Supreme Court. And you know what? So much better than I do. I know some of the justices, but not as friends. I mean, colleague, John Roberts, an old colleague, chief just a justice Thomas and Stephen Breyer sat for interviews. And justice Gorsuch had been spent time with, but I don't know them like you know them. And you are a great storyteller. And you humanize them, but especially judge justice Ginsburg. Did you intend that when you began?

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Sebastian Talks Breaking News With Devin Nunes, CEO of Truth Social

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last week

Sebastian Talks Breaking News With Devin Nunes, CEO of Truth Social

"Himself in battle against the deep state as chairman of the intelligence committee of the House, and now he runs truth, social congressman, chairman, president, CEO, Devin Nunes, welcome in studio. C that's it is a pleasure, honestly, to be here. You've invited me for so many years and it's great to see your Millennium Falcon, all your Star Wars paraphernalia around here. You got your red phone. I mean, it's great. I think we have a similar vintage, so I think you can appreciate all the stuff that my wife will like me to get out of the house and stuff my studio full of. But my wife would like for me to get all this stuff out of the house. You have to get a show insane and then we have to build your studio and then we can fill it. All right, I'm glad we've got a sense of humor because in Reagan's tradition we have to be happy warriors. I can't butt start with the news to shocking items that we have we have Steve Bannon mentioned this last week after he has to go to New York he was on the show with us after he walked out of that indictment in New York that dozens of people associated with president Trump being ambushed being subpoenaed by the DoJ. We have the confirmation today, 44 zero, including our regular friend here, Boris Epstein, who is a lawyer to president Trump had his phone, his phone taken away from him by the federal authorities. And then as you're walking into the studio with your colleague, we find out that danchenko, the notorious danchenko sauce with the Steele dossier, thanks to Durham filing. We now know he's an FBI informant. Did you know all of this? Did you know the subpoenas were coming danchenko was a plant? I have to have your response. Well, I think that let's take the danchenko stuff first and we can come back to the other subpoenas that Steve Bannon mentioned. But this is really breaking news right now. It's only a few hours old, Durham went to unseal some findings and in that, just to remind the audience, danchenko was the super secret Russian source that when we were investigating this, everybody said, oh, these people are going to die. These are sources that are close to Putin, Putin could off of a minute minute and it ends up sea bass that he was like within a few blocks of here. Yeah, it was a

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Chris Kohls Comments on the 'Terrifying' Police State of the Left

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Chris Kohls Comments on the 'Terrifying' Police State of the Left

"So let's just finish up on this topic, Chris of what's happened in the last few days, because I'm just curious where you're at, where you are with regards to your personal reaction, because you are a conservative content provider. You are bold, you're putting stuff out there about the darlings of the left, like AOC, you're speaking truthfully about them, you're destroying the lies and the myths that they perpetrate. When you see what's happening around whether it's Mike lindell, Steve Bannon, whether you see the 40 recent subpoenas, my former colleague, Boris Epstein, how do you feel as an American are you worried? Oh yeah, oh yeah, that stuff is terrifying. And I will say that for somebody like me personally, it's not that big of a deal. I obviously know several people personally who have been raided by the FBI for January 6th and this sort of thing. But at the point that the rating Mike lindell's office and taking his phone, he doesn't have anything to do with anything. Like he's just a guy who supports Trump. He's a business owner that supports Trump. There is absolutely no justification for that. There's not even the illusion of a justification. I don't even know how they're pretending that that's justified. At this point, we do live in a sort of like a banana republic. We live in this police state where it's like, well, if you disagree with big brother, then the Gestapo is going to come in and they're going to take your phones and they're going to intimidate you with nothing. If nothing else, it's intimidation. But it could be as bad as you will get arrested. It does look like they're setting the stage for the arrest of Donald Trump. And I am actually kind of scared in terms of what's going to happen because they pretend that conservatives are basically ready for civil rule or at any point, right? We're all these kind of crazy conspiracy theorists and that January 6th was as insurrection and all this kind of stuff. We know it wasn't, right? There was a guy in a wookiee costume, you know, with like doing cosplay or something, and that guy was supposed to actually be this threat to democracy or something. We know that's ridiculous. However, there is a point at which the American people will have to rise up with revolution, right?

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Caller: Why Did We Hear About a Railroad Strike Just Now?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Why Did We Hear About a Railroad Strike Just Now?

"My opinion about this railroad strike, I think the whole thing is just a fabricated ginned up show. I think uncle Joe called in some markers with a way in fact Joe called in markers that he held on the railroad for the billions of tax dollars while Steve, it's not just Amtrak, Joe, it's Amtrak, Joey. Joey. Back on the train, Joey. You know, the interesting thing, Steve, is that Joe Biden wasn't even in Washington D.C. when all this was going down. He was in Detroit, touting $61,000 electric vehicles. When have you ever heard of a labor strike that would have that kind of effect on this country? You never heard a word about it until this week. One day you hear there's a threat of a labor strike. The next day you hear Joe is going to talk to. The next day, it's soft. It's all over with. You know, it's interesting. It's interesting about the timing, Steve, because there had been a period where they were they kicked the can down the road and we were coming up to the end of that extension period. I think another extension might kick it past election day. The timing of it is not bad for Joe Biden. That is admittedly so.

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'Fox & Friends' Report Live As Immigrants Arrive in DC

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

'Fox & Friends' Report Live As Immigrants Arrive in DC

"This was what it was like on Fox and Friends this morning is this story unfolded where two buses of illegals were dropped outside of the naval observatory where Kamala Harris the vice president lives. Here's what it sounded like and looked like on Fox News channel's Fox and Friends this morning. From our southern border have just arrived outside vice president Kamala Harris residents at the naval observatory in Washington, D.C.. Griff Jenkins is live on the scene to tell us more. Is that Massachusetts avenue that I'm looking at right there? Yeah, good morning, Steve, ainsley and Brian. This bus just arrived moments ago. I talked to some of the folks apparently this buses come from Del Rio, Texas. That's where the German on the bus told me and these for me. They don't theirs? They're in this one. No. You know? No? That president Harris, DKK, frontera Serrano. Serrano, Roberto. Javier. So what she's saying, Steve, I asked her vice president Harris says that the border is closed. She says it's open as we see these migrants coming across now. We're not sure how many there are. We do know that, according to Texas governor Abbott's office, there have been about 7900, do you think English? Venezuela. Everybody from toro Venezuela?

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Dan Bongino: The Cryptic Four Fingers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Dan Bongino: The Cryptic Four Fingers

"And I remember my buddy saying brother embrace the sock we're here we got a job to do We got to get it done No one really cares if you're feeling sick And I needed to hear that Like just shut up and get it done You know I remember being in Trinidad I got sick in the upside down hotel over there It's built into the side of the mountain You come in at the top floor So it's actually upside down to go to the top floor You have to go down They call it the upside downhill And I'm sitting there and it's the last day of my advance It's probably a 100° of sweating listening to Obama give a speech I've been throwing up all day I probably lost ten pounds of fluids I had IVs and everything And we're going up in the elevator on wide as it goes I'm in this packed elevator with Obama the sack and the elite advance this guy Steve And he looks over at me and he sees like I'm about to throw up and this elevator with Obama 'cause I'm so sick And he sticks up for fingers folks Really deep down by his waist like he doesn't really cryptic He's got a suit on him right by his belt line He looks down at his hand so I'll look at him And he's got four fingers up You're watching on Fox nation just like this Like you were given the middle finger with four And I'm looking and puzzled and I'm like what's that So he waves me off like you know it's the elevator Like we'll talk about it later So trips over finally we Obama gives a speech leaves in the limo I'm throwing up like crazy I just pass out I think I slept for 24 hours I said to him later I go Steve what was that for You were doing He says the fourth quarter brother It was the end of the trip You stay in that damn game you know what I mean You don't come out of that game in the fourth quarter That's embracing the suck But that's embracing the suck in a positive way

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Dinesh Questions the FBI's Motive for Seizing Mike Lindell's Phone

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Questions the FBI's Motive for Seizing Mike Lindell's Phone

"The FBI has seized Mike lindell's cell phone this happened on Tuesday. Apparently lindell was at a hardee's drive-through in Mankato Minnesota. Several, I believe three FBI agents showed up. They produced a warrant. They asked lindell if he had a computer and a phone apparently, lindell doesn't even own a computer. He's like, I do everything on my phone. And they confiscated his phone. Lindell says, quote, they told me not to tell anybody. Okay, I won't. Well, I am. So lindell is not willing to keep this private. Apparently lindell was duck hunting. They came back, they were gonna get a bite, and then three cars with four FBI agents showed up. Now, the FBI agents stole lindell. We're not arresting you. We just have a warrant for your phone. And lindell said that they asked him some questions, including some questions about his website, Frank speech. And lindell then in interview said, quote, all I'm trying to do is get rid of voting machines and have our paper ballots hand counted election, so this seems to be part of a kind of widening net of Biden DoJ going after various types of people. The full story here is a little unclear because they're not the government is not clearly saying what they're after here. Steve Bannon had warned several days ago that a number of Trump people were kind of in the sights of the government. He implied that some of this was connected with January 6th. And initially I thought that maybe this is why they were going after lindell, but trying to suggest that because lindell had said, made remarks about the election that he was somehow complicit in January 6th, but it doesn't look like that's the case. At least as a New York Times report here that says that the agents who took the phone were interested in lindell's ties to a woman named Tina Peters. This is the clerk of mesa county, Colorado. She's evidently under indictment, not a federal indictment, but has stayed indictment because she was apparently trying to get some data from a dominion voting machine.

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The Justice Department Issues 40 Subpoenas in One Week

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

The Justice Department Issues 40 Subpoenas in One Week

"The Justice Department issues 40 subpoenas in a week expanding its January 6th inquiry. You know, I always laugh where the people say on television. It's an insurrection. It's an insurrection. It's an insurrection. And then Joe Biden comes out and he says, you can't take over the government on an F 15. So which one is it? Was it actually an insurrection? I thought you did an F 15 to take over your government. According to Joe Biden, it wasn't an insurrection. No one's been tried for insurrection. No one has been indicted for insurrection. It's even worse, by the way, than what Steve Bannon said on this program. 40 subpoenas in one week. Not to mention, we have political prisoners rotting in jail in Washington, D.C. in pre trial detention. 614 days in pretrial detention. Some of the people in that prison did things they should have not done. At all. Where are the criminal justice advocates on the left that are saying we need rapists and murderers and arsonists, kidnappers, to not have any bail. But no, if you're a Trump supporter, if you wear a maga hat, you get 614 days before you ever get a trial.

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"steve he" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"steve he" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Checked every box, man. And that was every bit as gnarly and it looked everything is gnarly. I'm gonna go with this final tap. And everyone can see it on my bucket list. Yeah, Joe, I collapsed like a baby giraffe being born while I was running here. Well, dude, dude, great talking with you, man and congratulations on all your success congratulations that you're still with us and have all your faculties after all the crazy shit you've done. Tell me about it, man. I'm in shock because you are a brother. And go us, man. I remember when I had you on my podcast, it was just really rad, man. We were talking about how here we are, man. And we're not just still getting away with it, but we're thriving, man. That's right, man. I really respect your hustle. I respect your evolution and, you know, I'm glad to call you a bro, man. It was a no brainer to do this with you. It's been an honor. It's been a pleasure. I appreciate that. Let's do more shit together in the future. Absolutely. Yeah, for sure. Sandwich sent to my homeboy, Mike calta. I will. For sure, man. Thanks. Doctor brother. Yep, bye bye. All right, thanks to Steve-O go see jackass forever this weekend. Number one moving the country and check out Steve in the bucket list tour or something to be very fun. He's on the road now. You can get tickets at Steve-O dot com, have a great weekend and we'll see you next Wednesday..

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"steve he" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"steve he" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Sorry. Because i mean everything's in there. The valve guys are shot. The the piston skirts worn. I mean it's just it just needs an overhaul neat car. I used to have those turns out. There is really no such thing as a cheap that cheap european car just got very expensive never been achieve european cars. You see the really nice one. That was down here and got a really good one here if the body and is really clean it'd be worth spending the money on it. It could or you could Do a fun engine swap you. Could you could put the six cylinder in their thousands power motors in there. It's not one of those engines rotten in your backyard. Brawl making one for twenty thousand and make it really nice. Yeah that's about what it costs to rebuild to make it super fresh fresh plus. Yeah and that would be like good rods and pistons and stuff durability built their ability. That's all the pizza in my belly. Could use your name sir. Mr dinan as someone who Who drives a stock tune. F eighty at multiple. Hp events a year does even a stage. One level tune reduced longevity and reliability from a route reputable outfits such as yours. I i would say. Probably not just the tune i saw a lot of those and people track damn but i still would say that's not the way to make a better traffic are i'd go for wheels and tires and spent hate to talk myself out of making money but i i would. I would do suspension and wheels and tires and brakes. And and i would just leave the engine stock. You think you'll have a lot more fun and you don't have to worry about any issues and and i would put gas in it when you get to the track. Does a stock didn't respond well to race. Gas will advance the timing and that will lower the temperature and the exhaust Because what happens when you retard the timing from the not controllable retard the timing so. The engine doesn't detonate nate. It makes a lot of the fuel and air charge through the combustion. Roberta the exhaust and that overheats calot converter. If you still have one day Bmw as a temperature model that adds fuel to cool the catalyst that's how they control it But if you if you put the race guests in the timing it will lean out the mr then because it sees the timings advanced knows it's not gonna hurt the county converter and the power will go up an extra safety margin so yeah i mean do you get the net. The net gains of that stage one tune. But it won't be as much as that but it's just but you'll get like twenty five thirty horsepower. Angel run cooler. Yeah exhaust run cooler and those cars made to handle amazingly well. I believe yea race. Rayleigh will car-bomb get an m. five s to tinker with soon is essentially mechanically the same as the aid and the m. Fives everything we've made already goes in the car. So i'm probably not going to go out and buy another car just to fit the same parts to it. That already have like. There's nothing unique about the car from his suspension or engine standpoint. Okay makes sense. It's just lighter and has cool seats and stuff and you know just any car Mike lamb says does on tune any diesels. I do not tune any diesels How is it power fuel economy. But we're talking to a guy who builds fucking race cars we. I think we need to. We don't answer that one scouting for zen What is an overlooked and or misunderstood aspect of modifying a road cars suspension. Well i mean just like what we were talking earlier. Every car getting the doors lowered too much has no suspension of travel. Everyone i'm has shocks on stiffer full. Everyone has the bars on full stiff. I it's just stiffer not better. It's just not better. You know. I agree so so. There's a certain shot ballet noticeably worse. It's usually noticeably worse. yeah So the the biggest thing you do is not run everything to the maximum and second thing you do hire a real race car driver to go out and drive the car in play with a shot quicker than the sway bars go the track pay guy not a club.

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"steve he" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"steve he" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Low pressure under the current makes more downforce so a lower car we all know goes faster. That's true but if a car stiff it won't go down row k. So what we do. Is we make the car super soft. And we put you know. The bump rubbers stop shopping crashing. You know when when you bought them out. We have little plastic discs. They're called packers. And we tune the gap on the bumper to the shock so we can get the car on the springs of sink down and gets a bumper and hold it at the right. Hif- oh okay and so we want to do as you want the car really soft complain for low-speed corners like hairpin sold put down power and break really well but then as the aero picks up at pushes the car down to what the optimal ride height is we wanna spend the highest percentage of the lifetime at that right hice. Okay so when is it. High speed are the springs. Compressed and then the bumper to bumper holds the car at its right hif- and then most need it rises off those you have a nice compliant rice where she right to manage oversteer and body body weight break power. Done 'cause speed corner. That's the problem at high speed corey downforce and you're gonna taller gear so traction off the corners problem it's support and this gives you the support that you need and holds the car at the right platform that's cool streak are of the same way we have packers in the eight. Oh really yeah we truth so when you go down the highway the bumpers don't touch but then you load into a corner we've put the packers are just the right amount so that rolls in the bumper of in the spring rate goes up some progressive springer and it gives the car support. Oh it'd be like supplements the springer. Yeah oh neat yeah. So that's that's my makers right so l handled so well over the bumps and then we hit bump because he had the squishy foam and they're progressive soaks up the bump really well. It doesn't like back on get bounce off of it but you have to have some suspension travel to do that. That were genius. I remember when we visited your Old place the machine. That was just testing a bump. Stop in the corner. You have hysteresis the bumpers. We actually test the history of the bump river. So i i in formula one cars at any cars. They have a third spring. You know that works no. They have a role spring and then have a he spring. Heave is up and down okay car. And so what they do. They tune the roles bring soften tune the he spring so they can get the car come down and they put the packers on the heath spring and the bumper so they they have a spring. Just ride height. Control is the role spring-like connected to sway bars. So shocked shocked and then in the center where the beam or the robot goes third shock. The goes far with a spring on it. You can adjust the gap on it and the spring preloaded in the spring rate. Oh so you so. You can set the right height front and rear with one spring and the roll rate with another spring. Well that's not where we're not allowed to have third springs and gt's so we do with bumpers and packers and it's also kind of impractical. Because you have a shot under fender where the foreign cars push rod in the shock. You know up in the nose of the car and everything's right there next really easy to do. Just packaging standpoint right But in a street carts practical and it's not practical and gt cars. We do bump rubbers and packers. It doesn't work as well but it has the same basic effect. Yeah yeah sidebar if you do run inboard suspension a streetcar rule on the occasion. I've seen it done in hydraulic interconnects. Where the corner is talk to each other. So it's really sophisticated. I believe mclaren does that. And they're super series cars. That's what the the mclaren extra awesome suspension. They've made that illegal in formula on the last year or two might be back to mentioned shocks and springs and third. I can't remember now. Keep track a formula and rules that much. I'm sure somebody either banned one tech. I'll take all of that. You're band except cvt so you can see that off. Your just never feels right doesn't mean isn't it always seemed to be paired with an engine. That's like grosny so it was just an.

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"steve he" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"steve he" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Dinan is in studio guy's a master of bmw tuning you've almost certainly heard of his old company dinan which now is owned by apr. He went off to race. Bmw factory run their factory racing program for a couple of years. He's now back with his new tuning company car. Bon they're doing bmw audi porsche and mercedes. And they have brought us an eight hundred eighty horsepower. Bmw competition to play around with. We're learning about how he's making power and in that unconventional way in wine. His way with suspensions is the best way steve dining of carbon on the smog. Entire podcast Welcome i see. I see it to get Good to have our new place. Yeah that's really awesome nice. Isn't it like engineering type. People tend to ten. This is my kind of place as why would have bill stack up right and You brought a cool looking eight in the right color. I did nothing beautiful tuned by your new company carbon by that a second and you you brought in some show and tell yeah And i've been raised in a lot of found that at all. I have it. But i want you to tell me about it all right. It's my fault for not following. that's fine what. What are we racing right now. Racing out he's right now. We're racing out. Yeah because i'm doing. Bmw porsche audi just like for the last time and trying to convince licensed anymore sixty ruled. Thanks what makes that one. Look slow while the may already we gotta stock one press car A year ago or something like that. It's you know it's enormous but yeah it's very very fast. Yeah this one belies. Its speed handle so well i mean i you know i set up cars. You've mercedes has so much grip than as such good suspend travel and absorbs the bump so well that you can take these poorly paved california country roads and you can go to an incredible clip in car. Never gets out of shape. Never does anything weird just sucks up and just just may just lights just glides over a minute but it doesn't roll. It's not soft it's firm. It's just really well damped and really well and control and really sucks up the bumps. it just never spit siwei. Just never does anything weird. So it's really fun to cover ground. And what is your. What is the weak point. Because you always you always find unexpected weak points. It's not just like well. Yeah i put some shocks on it. And some yeah. We'll talk about race track. We're talking about though not just audis. That's look in our eight. Yeah so we are raising our eight. We won the championship. Nineteen and Gt four am so we came back and twenty twenty and finished second. Thought we're going to back to back up but we had a gearbox here at the last race at sea bringing took us out of the deal then we moved up to weather tech to the big class. It's still racing. Gt which is like a basic gt three cards emphasis version of gt three car. What do they changed from. Gt three to be the power restrict. Everything gt three gdp changed the name. 'cause they they own daytona snow anyone to be. Gt daytoin instead at the marketing. Basically a gt three car and we run on michelin's instead of pirelli's like doing an sro serie but otherwise god same sequential gearbox right now real racing gearbox. Yeah right So well we won the second race in detroit We've only run the car racing. You like racing there you know. I'm very very good as you probably know about writing my cars making cars workover bumps ups and so when i get to a street course. I'm always the fastest guy. Because i have so much streak cartoony experience over bad roads that it actually applies to race cars. We took your cars to To the bumpy road we have. We have specific roads. Yeah that we like. Yeah and for those who give a shit lake hughes road the best one in in the la area for cars that to test bumps and your car's always do really good on bumpy. I pay a lot attention to bump rubber travel and absorption all that kind of stuff and and and and deflection of controller and bushings and things of people. Just don't pay attention to these. Lower the car. You know so when i get to the race car. I'm i'm naturally good in in tracks required handling some really fast grip tracks. I'm really fast on bumpy tracks when you have the restrictions of a spec racing series or a race class are you. Does that hamper your ability or does it bring out the ability to find the little smoky unique action somewhere in there. There's no doubt if you know how to make cargo fast. You can't unlearn it. You know and limitations if you're if you're tricks for streetcars are outside which you can do in this class moving geometry's or or whatever you know certain things you can't do but you can always if you really understand works out a way to get it done you know you can. How do you like the ira as a racecar gt. Four-car i thought was a little challenging to set up. I thought it wasn't pretty user friendly as Racing car the way out. He set it up. It's very robust car. Engines very strong and and it it takes a licking to bounce off of cars and it doesn't ben suspension with and things like that because we've done that a couple times but it had a tendency to oversteer a lot and i didn't think the balance of the cars very good so we we We dominated with that car and everybody else racing out. He kind of left for a couple of years because nobody could make the car work at us. We want to win the gm ship and it wasn't an easy target. Pull all my skills out to make the thing work The gt three car as a lot. More open on the rules. There's a lot more things you can do. The car is fundamentally much better car. So that car. I like a lot It's a really nice car to separate really responds. Well response like a real race car. Wait the the post. Gt g with gd gt gt. Three cards four car car. You're much more production-based production based much more liberal. What you can do since you're handcuffed so bad if it has a fundamental problem. You can't really bright right hard to fix Killing you take anything from the success of.

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"steve he" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"steve he" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Who wasn't me. I must be doing okay. And then they give the meet today and then there's but it's really it's really working well and then it's take two director comes back again. Great job dave. All right elliot. Yes you know what i'm talking about. I've been dave before. Sure we all don't want to be but we have all been dead but it's almost worse when you're not dave but he always feels even worse than that is when you are tanking a scene and then you're seeing partner when you're trying to get it going again and try to figure out how you're going to save your lousy performance. You're seeing partner in a very gracious and lovely way says. Is there anything i can do. Do for my side no now. Now i'm really gave. Oh so true. And they're just being don't like they're trying to say it. Can i give you some more than i'm giving.

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"steve he" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"steve he" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

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"steve he" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"steve he" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"He organizes tours over the continent and since around march of last year. He hasn't been able to do any of that stuff. He's been away from europe for the longest time in his decades of covering it. So he's instead taken to finding ways to bring europe home to the united states cooking reading up on history looking back at fond memories of travels past so we decided to bring him the show and to interview him. Pair him with another public media legend. Our friend ray suarez. It's a clash of pbs. Titans before we get into that. Let's hear a little bit of a recent streaming event. He hosted called monday. Night owl. here. Rick is talking about some of his favorite european dishes something. We didn't anticipate when we started this monday night. Bumble ben was that it would evolve into sort of a shared meal. And every week i i. I'm surprising myself. I'm getting into the cooking. And i want to share with you. What i'm gonna be eating tonight. And i put the the menu on our Information so people can of eat with but look at this beautiful beautiful plate. I miss my kids. They're saying who is this man. I could this place. It's nothing betsy but it sure was it together and this is the danish meal. This is called smarter broke it. It means a butter on bread. Motorboat is open based on is in all over scandinavia. Buying these open base. Which is you go into a shop and you just choose what you like. rick steves. welcome to bullseye. Well thanks ray and listen to that. I just felt like an enthusiastic little kid who somehow just learned how to cook well. Let's be clear you weren't much of a cook before where you know this. I call it a corona bonus I'm a travel guy. I spent one hundred days a year in europe. I love my work. I'm writing guidebooks making public. Television tv shows leading tours and suddenly. I haven't been on an airplane for a year. And i just decided at the outbreak. This to play the cards. You're dealt you know i was telling my tour groups You know if it's not to your liking ginger liking and i've changed my liking were there a lot of irons in the fire. When the world shutdown things that sort of stopped in the middle. Oh yeah. I mean i had. I had one hundred tour guides from every country in europe in my living room having an amazing party the week that all the said in that Retirement homer senior center in kirkland that the first cases of covid were being reported it was just. It's just a twenty minute drive from my house. And we had just finished a week-long Celebration are annual summit of all the tour guides. We fly them into seattle every every january in february and And we have a big huddle and we're just having a big party. We were going to go home and have the best year of touring ever you know. Twenty nineteen we took thirty thousand people on fifteen hundred tours and we were already almost sold out for the next year and they flew home. We're all euphoric. And then i look at this. I'm looking out at puget. Sound here from my my window at home and is like a su- nami came in and it just submerged everything i remember. The the next couple of months was busy in reverse. We had to send back twenty four thousand deposits tours I had to keep my staff of one. Hundred employed somehow had one hundred guides in europe. That are now not able to do their work and it was. I mean know you think every time strange during this last year i just every coupla days it occurs to me. Oh that industry's been in crisis also and you know i'm focused into tourism. We lead bus tours. And we write guidebooks and you know. It's it's devastating From travel point of view are guidebooks. Ray were right up to date. These were the labor of love over thirty years of researching. I've got fifty different guide books on europe and they're all based on little moms and pops you know the the the the the entrepreneurial ventures that i think make travel so much fun to connect with these little guest houses and being bees and cafes and restaurants that are the dream of a husband and wife and It's just ski saddens me to think of how many of these works of love labours of love or are in crisis now and what's going to be a big emotional thing for me is to go back to europe. Once we get through this and see who still standing. I mean the big corporations will be standing. And they'll be the starbucks still be where we know. Starbucks is in in paris and so on. But what about the the little guys. And that's what really makes good travel so our initiative right off the bat is going to go back and sweep through and and see what's still there and put the guidebook make the guidebooks accurate. And then patronize the little guys. As if the way we consume can help shape the future. Well that means that An up-to-date book given lead time the time to run down. All these leads figure out. Who's still in business and all that We're talking about what twenty twenty two twenty three till you can sort of figure out what still here in the world and from you know people who value guidebooks. That's that's my thing is writing guidebooks to me. A guidebook at twenty dollars tool for for three thousand dollar experience if it's any good at pays for itself on the shuttle and from the airport and A lot of people are going to be traveling later in. Twenty europe's might beeped but anywhere you know and And then it's going to be almost. I'm i'm i really believe. Travel be wide open in twenty twenty two but from guidebook point of view. Anybody who's updating now is wasting their time you gotta wait till you're expect to some semblance of normalcy before you go back and find out you know who's there and who can we recommend so the workable research is only going to be possible if all goes well. People get their shots in europe and in the united states and so on in early two thousand twenty two and then it takes eight months. If it's just pedal to the metal to get it out into the bookstores so anybody traveling in twenty twenty one or two thousand. Twenty two will be using guidebooks that are either. I think dishonestly claiming to be updated because he can't update it or you're gonna be using information that was accurate in two thousand nineteen when the last of our guide books were updated for twenty twenty. And then you just. There's still much better than nothing at all. I'm going to europe. I hope later this year and be equipping. My i'll be traveling with a guidebook. Like i always do. And we'll just have to realize that you know things have changed and the only way to have information is to be flexible and use. What was accurate before covid. But what i'm committed to is by the end of two thousand twenty two. We will have what we're calling post covid guidebooks researched and updated by experiences after cova had passed. And then you know from twenty twenty three on. we'll be back back in her stride. God.

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"steve he" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"steve he" Discussed on More Content Talk

"This is this commandment one tick tick out design vine paper and pen and write down the great steve harvey the teen of comedy has spoken. And thou shalt listen. There will be no meetings in my dressing room no stopping by or popping in no one. That's in all caps. No one i guess. What does that mean like. You let his mom or like you know like his sister. No you better not come by my buddy dressing room. But i've tried to get to go on stage. I can't have people in my president roh so stupid. Do not come to mind dressing room unless invited. That's basically what he said the first time but he felt the need to repeat it. Do not open my dressing room door if you open my door. Expect to be removed. Pretty sure it's threat to fire people for just opening your dressing room door. You can fire someone while my security team will stop everyone from standing at my door. Who have the intent to see or speak to me. He's got he's got security goons at the door. Ready to go full nine. Eleven on a motherfucker. Just become say. Hey what's up. Steve steve's oh all right is great. I want all the ambush to stop now with threatening to ambush people that includes tv staff so he's done threatened the people employed them. You must schedule an appointment. I have been taken advantage of by lenient policy in the past. How do you get taken advantage of by your mother. Fucking policy is steve steve. Come on steve. This ends now no more again. In all caps some people who write things in all caps when it's not necessary there's something not right there. Do not approach me while. I'm in the makeup chair. Unless i asked to speak with you directly either. Knock or use the doorbell. I love the like condescending suggestions as people wouldn't make the connections and not use the doorbell and why don't approach me when i'm in my makeup chair. I'm sorry mr de deville. I can't go on. I can't go on like this ville I mean hollywood just reeks of arrogance. I can't i can't like this. How do you this painful. It's still going. This man wrote it decreed to to the peasants beneath him to stay out from the king's quarters. The king of comedy too much..

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"steve he" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Steve he's back in studio how does it feel smells good in here you guys clean that up I mean we haven't done anything as I said it's a racial it's it smells fresh as fresh as a whole this is building I smell like last night's dinner yesterday's broken dreams do that hate me why this is gonna be back I mean are you it's like it's a weirdness like I have to figure out how to log in again and I was telling of my PC at my desk there was like all the stuff sitting that there have been like really low down so I'm technologically challenged this morning but we'll get through it we've gone for labor the other day in the hallway I think they're scared March no he was in the other I'm not used to having people around so it's seven o'clock I'm grabbing a Cup of coffee to go and I got a look like all somebody sneeze in the building early this morning and I don't know where it was or who it was but it it like you act like it's like okay what's that about yelp coughs sneezes hands off everybody's pretty much bring your own water and coffee I was going to be a hill and hearty handshake but I can't do that hi did shake someone's hand last week yeah well golf your golf is one of those they haven't gotten way later but golf is one of those things where you're like yeah let's get in there and we actually show canceled I'm still final K. reads I'm looking forward to it Stephen Carroll back together apparently good to be back Regis Eugene and Jane and speaking of Janet's eight thirty one for the W. T. M. J. breaking news center Jane Madden thank you Steve about seventy five hundred people took part in a protest for social justice Sunday in downtown Milwaukee was led by the Milwaukee Bucks sterling brown took the lead for the players coaches and management before marching from Fiserv for internet orange park it was one of several protests in Milwaukee over the death of George Floyd as we enter date and on Sunday all events were peaceful mourners in a George Floyd hometown of Houston it will view his casket is a series of memorials in his honor reach their final stop a six hour of public viewing is being held today visitors must wear a mask and gloves to comply with corporate nineteen guidelines Floyd's funeral and burial is set for tomorrow Britain began imposing a quarantine to date on all travelers into the country the sweeping measurement to halt the further spread of Kobe nineteen passengers except a handful of exceptions are expected now to fill out a form detailing a where they will be self isolating for two weeks people who don't comply with quarantine rules could be fined time for the W. T. M. J. breaking associates market update everything in the green at the opening bell the Dow up one eighty eight at twenty seven thousand to ninety nine the nasdaq up seventeen at ninety eight thirty one the S. and he is of nine at thirty two okay see what's happening on the roadways how's the driving de Blasio looking kid janiece found ninety four seventeen minutes I was sixteen and downtown the same thing for the west bound side got.

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"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm Alex really done by Steve he is the owner and co founder of million dollar holler and million dollar caller it sure looks like it thank you so much for being here yes absolutely so if you could start out by telling us an overview of your entrepreneurial journey and what million dollar color is sure so yeah so for years I've been in sales I've been in sales almost my entire life leading up to the point that I decided to be an entrepreneur in college actually where you know I just stopped caring about what other people thought I decided to just really get to the grindstone and just you know start to do things for myself created a couple business since since that time and fast forward several years from now it works with my business partner in as few other loose business ventures and years later we developed a lot of trust and have since created million dollar caller so if you could tell me what is million dollar color sure some million dollar color is the solution to what most people refer to as a sloppy caller and that that sloppy callers really when you unbutton your dress shirt by a couple buttons and it collapses into a sloppy mass and what we've really done is we've taken a hard stance against the dress shirt industry by saying that all dress shirts have a fundamental design flaw and that design flaws in the placket of your dress shirt which is this part here with the buttons and holes and it has no built in reinforcements are naturally when they manufacture shirt the plaque it isn't designed to support the weight of the collar man so it's going to collapse in that mass and what we've done is we've actually created a material a similar to a caller stand we've taken that concept and put it into this front part of the shirt called the placket and it helps retain a nice crisp symmetrical appearance helps frame the face and you know instances like these it helps hold the microphone yeah bonus little thing out of there alive and over we're gonna talk more about the business a little bit I want to play a game with you we call in sixty seconds C. E. O. okay so you can just give me instinctual rapid fire answer and we will start with who is your favorite on your intersect that's a good one and someone is very disruptive in your company but they're great at what they do to keep them or fire them I think you've got to let them go in K. how many hours do you sleep at night not nearly enough five or six do you work weekends I do but only a few hours we can because I think it's important to balance what is the first thing you do when you wake up check my schedule for the day K. and what role do you live by never settle on a scale from one to ten how weird are you eight when did you realize you had the strength and power to become an entrepreneur in college and if you could describe yourself in one word resilient you could be a superhero or have a super power which one would you choose I just super power and I would teleport so I can be in places so nice someone just needs to end right I need it tomorrow yeah right get on IT business rockstars okay well now we can slow down dive into your journey a little bit more my first question for you is a what does it mean to you to be an entrepreneur I think an entrepreneur is really three things I thank an entrepreneur is an innovator somebody that comes up with a new concept or an idea that helps other people or a better way of doing something I think that same person has to be a doer as well they need to be able to execute on whatever that idea is and third I think they've got to have grit I think they've got a when the tough gets going they've got to keep going and they've got a drive through yeah because ideas are a dime of a dime a dozen but it's really about execution and not perseverance that makes all the difference well sad so you've started many businesses have you ever been afraid to fail you know I think their failure is a part of the entrepreneurial process thank you almost have to embrace it in some form or fashion but I don't think I've ever approach to business with the fear of failure because I think if you approach a business really anything in life with the fear of failure you almost already lost right I think I played football in college and if you ever walk into I walked into the game thinking that we were going to lose not only are ready lost right you got to have the confidence and just will power to know that you're gonna push that forward no matter what yeah so you also have a traditional job alongside being an entrepreneur so I can only imagine that you're just super busy tell me what that's like the reason why I think it's important to touch on is in our entrepreneurs watching and listening to their coming from you know different scenarios but a lot of them are in traditional nine to five jobs but we're starting a business so how do you manage it all sure you know I tell people I joke sometimes and say that I have an eight to five and eight to two and you can imagine what that means right very little sleep very little sleep I'm putting in hours all at all times during the day and it it can be a grind it wears on me at times can be lonely at times right especially when you know up until all hours of the night up early in the morning constantly traveling constantly in front of new people it's it can be a bit of a bear but it's so rewarding in the end to be able to do some of my own things learn from the incredible company that I work for and I encourage anybody that is in that nine to five to really just take an the entire process and really consume the process because you're going to learn so much what you're doing already you're gonna be able to use that and everything that you do if you ever decide to make that leap yeah you're gaining a network you're gaining new skills and also just the stability it provides you to be able to do other things and it sounds like you still make time for your health I know you mentioned that you get your workouts instilled fear into shifts and you take most of your weekends off it sounds like I do in a work isn't everything I definitely makes family and friends a priority I make my fitness and health a priority and that I think that it's sometimes in that window of five to eight better for two earlier right but I also use weekends kind of recalibrate take a little bit of time myself spend time with friends spend time with family yeah if you could go back in time said the early months of being an entrepreneur what advice would you give yourself oh boy that's a good one I would say it just to kind of follow your gut follow your instincts don't care so much about what other people have to say thank we get caught up so much an outside influence and even influencers sometimes we look at like and put them on a pedestal but it's really important to know yourself understand who you are as a person know your strengths and your weaknesses and you know exploit those strengths yeah that's a good point a lot of times were looking at people on social media who we've never met they are seemingly further right and we're comparing ourselves like I should be there in like no you're exactly where you need to be just stay in your lane and keep moving forward anyway right yeah at what would you say is the scariest thing about working for yourself the scariest thing is just I think the unknown and not knowing what you put out to the world is going to be received in a way that you would hope that it would be received right I think we experienced it all the time a million dollar caller to write will read spend an enormous amount of time putting on a project putting out some new material that we think is really gonna capture audience attention and if it doesn't we've almost felt like we've experienced fail failure at some point in that process but I think that there's an important distinction coming back to your question about the failure to write is experiencing failure is very different from failing it on its own right yeah we all lose battles but it's about the war I'm going to there's always many mistakes and many failures but it's really just kind of re directing you to what actually works absolutely every tooling okay so what's the best part about working for yourself the best part is asked to be just being able to connect Troyer on destiny being able to make decisions for yourself the coordinator on schedule being on your own time yeah totally if you were to create a startup tool kit what would be inside of it can be tangible or intangible sure the first page probably read and great bold big letters go do now being just get started because I think that more often than not people sit on an idea for way too long and I think it's really important that they act go execute on that idea and just start whatever that means to them just start but from a true start up standpoint I would have loved to have had like pages of bulleted lists how to form an LLC step one step two step three how to go through the patent process how to put a trademark on the logo right all of these things are just things that not everybody knows about when they step into a business and just having that bulleted list of items I think yeah I let me start by just getting started because it's so easy to have an analysis paralysis and overthink everything but it's really in the doing and then getting started that you start to figure out all those things just kind of unveils itself so good stuff okay so last question for this section who is your favorite mentor to my mom and dad honestly my mom is just such a positive influence and just constantly encouraging me to go do me right and my dad is kind of that the other side of it that it is about execution and getting things done and the number one piece of advice I can remember him giving me growing up is losing lives so true to remember flights to every aspect of my life yeah well that's awesome well we're gonna take a quick break and then when you when we come back we're gonna talk more about building the business I'm Alex Farley and distance business rockstars everybody really cheer you know it's been a few months since we last spoke my wife and I've been enjoying the retirement life with a little bit of traveling spent time in the grandkids and I managed to check off a few projects on my list but I want to tell you that I've missed my viewers and listeners a lot you guys are like family to me which is why I jumped at the chance to talk to you and biz TV asked me if I would address the concerns related to cold in nineteen you can't turn on the news about wall wall coverage of the virus and depending on who you believe this could be.

Alex Steve he co founder
"steve he" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And all the subways to come I wanted to devote the shows right now to a man I'm thinking about him right now because he told me to listen to the one o'clock show this show the you want to talk about him for a moment is a man named Steve he's a big businessman he comes from a neighboring state is about seventy years old and he's been seen by his doctors he's a diligent man he's a thoughtful man and he's been following his PSAs and AS PSAs were three four five six and the saw doctors and everyone said well don't worry about it you don't have to worry about it and we see the stories so often men have rising PSAs PSAs prosthetics specific antigen it's a blood test to those blood tests it's useful to detect cancer of the possibility of cancer has also blood tests to detect the disappearance of prostate cancers which used both ways one is a screening mechanism and one as a follow up mechanism well this man saw his doctors and tell them all don't worry about that everyone's got your PSA a little bit elevated don't worry about it don't worry about it and well as a year ago as PSA going up to about five and a half six that was before three four five no one's at the do anything though and said well you should really get a biopsy your PSA is high no one told him that you said you're gonna be okay don't worry about it and what happens in one year actually in the last then the years PSA.

Steve he
"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Really done by Steve he is the owner and co founder of million dollar holler and million dollar caller it sure looks like it thank you so much for being here yes absolutely so if you could start out by telling us an overview of your entrepreneurial journey and what million dollar caller ID's sure so yeah so for years I've been in sales I've been in sales almost my entire life leading up to the point that I decided to be an entrepreneur in college actually where you know I just stopped caring about what other people thought I decided to just really get to the grindstone and just you know start to do things for myself created a couple businesses since that time and fast forward several years from now I work with my business partner in as few other loose business ventures and years later we developed a lot of trust and and since created million our caller so if you could tell me what is million dollar color sure some million dollar color is the solution to what most people refer to as a sloppy collar and that sloppy callers really when you unbutton your dress shirt by a couple buttons and it collapses into a sloppy mass and what we've really done is we've taken a hard stance against the dress shirt industry by saying that all dress shirts have a fundamental design flaw and that design flaws in the placket of your dress shirt which is this part here with the buttons and holes and it has no built in reinforcements are naturally when they manufacture shirt the fact it isn't designed to support the weight of the collar man so it's going to collapse in that mass and what we've done is we've actually created a material a similar to a caller stand we taken that concept and put it into this front part of the shirt called the placket and it helps retain a nice crisp symmetrical appearance helps frame the face and you know instances like these it helps hold the microphone yeah bonus little thing out of there alive and well what we're gonna talk more about the business and a little bit I want to play a game with you we call in sixty seconds C. E. O. okay so you can just give me instinctual rapid fire answer and we will start with who is your favorite on your intersect that's a good one someone is very disruptive in your company but they're great at what they do to keep them or fire them I think you've got to let them go in K. how many hours do you sleep at night not nearly enough five or six do you work weekends I do but only a few hours we can because I think it's important to balance what is the first thing you do when you wake up check my schedule for the day K. and what role do you live by never settle on a scale from one to ten how weird are you eight when did you realize you have the strength and power to become an entrepreneur in college and if you could describe yourself in one word resilient you could be a superhero or have a super power which one would you choose I choose for power and I would teleport so I can be in places so nice someone just needs to end and I just need it tomorrow yeah right get on IT business rockstars okay well now we can slow down dive into your journey a little bit more my first question for you is a what does it mean to you to be an entrepreneur I think an entrepreneur is really three things I thank an entrepreneur is an innovator somebody that comes up with a new concept or an idea that helps other people or a better way of doing something I think that same person has to be a doer as well they need to be able to execute on whatever that idea is and third I think they've got to have grit I think they've got a when the tough gets going they've got to keep going and they've got a drive through yeah because ideas are a dime of a dime a dozen but it's really about execution and not perseverance that makes all the difference well sad so you've started many businesses have you ever been afraid to fail you know I think a failure is a part of the entrepreneurial process thank you almost have to embrace it in some form or fashion but I don't think I've ever approach to business with the fear of failure because I think if you approach a business really anything in life with the fear of failure you almost already lost right I think I played football in college and if you ever walk into I walked into the game thinking that we were going to lose not only are ready a loss right you got to have the confidence and just will power to know that you're gonna push that forward no matter what yeah so you also have a traditional job alongside being an entrepreneur so I can only imagine that you're just super busy tell me what that's like the reason why I think it's important to touch on is in our entrepreneurs watching and listening to their coming from you know different scenarios but a lot of them are in traditional nine to five jobs but we're starting a business how do you manage it all sure you know I tell people I joke sometimes and say that I have an eight to five and eight you can you can imagine what that means right very little sleep very little sleep I'm putting in hours all at all times during the day and it it can be a grind it wears on me at times it can be lonely at times right especially when you know up until all hours of the night up early in the morning constantly traveling constantly in front of new people it's it can be a bit of a bear but it's so rewarding in the end to be able to do some of my own things learn from the incredible company that I work for and I encourage anybody that is in that nine to five to really just take an the entire process and really consume the process because you're going to learn so much what you're doing already gonna be able to use that and everything that you do if you ever decide to make that leap yeah you're gaining in network you're gaining new skills and also just the stability it provides you to be able to do other things and it sounds like you still make time for your health I know you mentioned that you get your workouts instilled fear into shifts and you take most of your weekends off it sounds like I do in a work isn't everything I definitely makes family and friends a priority I make my fitness and health a priority and that I think that it's sometimes in that window of five to eight better for two earlier right but I also use weekends kind of recalibrate take a little bit of time myself spend time with friends spend time with family yeah if you could go back in time said the early months of being an entrepreneur what advice would you give yourself hello I have a good one I would say it just to kind of follow your gut follow your instincts don't care so much about what other people have to say thank we get caught up so much an outside influence and even influencers sometimes we look at like and put them on a pedestal but it's really important to know yourself understand who you are as a person know your strengths and your weaknesses and you know exploit those strengths yeah that's a good point a lot of times were looking at people on social media who we've never met but their seemingly further right and I had a and we're comparing ourselves like I should be there in like no you're exactly where you need to be just stay in your lane and keep moving correctly right yeah at what would you say is the scariest thing about working for yourself the scariest thing is just I think the unknown and not knowing what you put out to the world is going to be received in a way that you would hope that it would be received right I think we experienced it all the time a million dollar caller to write will read spend an enormous amount of time putting on a project putting out some new material that we think is really gonna capture audience attention and if it doesn't we've almost got like we've experienced fail failure at some point in that process but I think that there's an important distinction coming back to your question about failure to write is experiencing failure is very different from failing at on its own right yeah we all lose battles but it's about the war yeah yeah there's always many mistakes and many failures but it's really just kind of re directing you to what actually works absolutely every tooling okay so what's the best part about working for yourself the best part is has to be just being able to control your own destiny being able to make decisions for yourself ordinator on schedule being on your own time yeah totally if you were to create a startup tool kit what would be inside of it can be tangible or intangible sure the first page probably read and great bold big letters go do now being just get started because I think that more often than not people sit on an idea for way too long and I think it's really important that they act go execute on that idea and just start whatever that means to them just start but from a true start up standpoint I would have loved to have had like pages of bulleted lists how to form an LLC step one step two step three how to god go through the patent process how to spot put a trademark on the logo right all of these things are just things that not everybody knows about when they step into a business and just having that bulleted list of items I think yeah I let me start by just getting started because it's so easy to have an analysis paralysis and overthink everything but it's really in the doing and the getting started that you start to figure out all those things just kind of unveils itself so good stuff okay so last question for this section who is your favorite mentor to my mom and dad honestly my mom is just such a positive influence and just constantly encouraging me to go do me right and my dad is kind of that the other side of it that it is about execution and getting things done and the number one piece of advice I can remember him giving me growing up is soon as you lose so true to remember flights to every aspect of my life yeah that's awesome we're gonna take a quick break and when we when we come back we're gonna talk more about building the business I'm Alex.

Steve he co founder
"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm Alex really done by Steve he is the owner and co founder of million dollar holler and million dollar caller it sure looks like it thank you so much for being here for having yes absolutely so if you could start out by telling us an overview of your entrepreneurial journey and what million dollar caller ID sure so yeah so for years I've been in sales I've been in sales almost my entire life leading up to the point that I decided to be an entrepreneur in college actually where you know I just stopped caring about what other people thought I decided to just really get to the ground down and just you know start to do things for myself created a couple businesses since that time and fast forward several years from now I work with my business partner in as few other loose business ventures and years later we developed a lot of trust and have since created million our caller so if you could tell me what is million dollar color sure some million dollar color is the solution to what most people refer to as a sloppy collar and that sloppy callers really when you unbutton your dress shirt by a couple buttons and it collapses into a stop a mass and what we've really done is we've taken a hard stance against the dress shirt industry by saying that all dress shirts have a fundamental design flaw and that design flaws in the placket of your dress shirt which is this part here with the buttons and holes and it has no built in reinforcements are naturally when they manufacture shirt the plaque it isn't designed to support the weight of the collar around so it's going to collapse in that mass and what we've done is we've actually created a material as similar to a caller stand we taken that concept and put it into this front part of the shirt called the placket and it helps retain a nice crisp symmetrical appearance helps frame the face and you know instances like these it helps hold the microphone yeah bonus little thing out of there alive and well what we're gonna talk more about the business and a little bit I want to play a game with you we call in sixty seconds C. E. O. okay so you can just give me instinctual rapid fire answer and we will start with who is your favorite on your intersect that's a good one someone is very disruptive in your company but they're great at what they do to keep them or fire them I think you've got to let them go in K. how many hours do you sleep at night not nearly enough five or six do you work weekends I do but only a few hours we can because I think it's important to balance what is the first thing you do when you wake up check my schedule for the day K. and what role do you live by never settle on a scale from one to ten how weird are you eight when did you realize you have the strength and power to become an entrepreneur in college and if you could describe yourself in one word resilient you could be a superhero or have a super power which one would you choose I choose super power and I would teleport so I can be in places so nice someone just needs to end right change it tomorrow yeah right it on IT business rockstars okay well now we can slow down dive into your journey a little bit more my first question for you is a what does it mean to you to be an entrepreneur I think an entrepreneur is really three things I thank an entrepreneur is an innovator somebody that comes up with a new concept or an idea that helps other people or a better way of doing something I think that same person has to be a doer as well they need to be able to execute on whatever that idea is and third I think they've got to have grit I think they've got a when the tough gets going big data keep going and they've got a drive through yeah because ideas are a dime of a dime a dozen but it's really about execution and not perseverance that makes all the difference well sad so I you started many businesses have you ever been afraid to fail you know I think their failure is a part of the entrepreneurial process thank you almost have to embrace it in some form or fashion but I don't think I've ever approach to business with the fear of failure because I think if you approach a business really anything in life with the fear of failure you've almost already lost right I think I played football in college and if you ever walk into I walked into the game's thinking that we were going to lose their job but we are ready a loss right you've got to have the confidence and just will power to know that you're gonna push that forward no matter what yeah so in you also have a traditional job alongside being an entrepreneur so I can only imagine that you're just super busy tell me what that's like the reason why I think it's important to touch on is in our entrepreneurs watching and listening to their coming from you know different scenarios but a lot of them are in traditional nine to five jobs but we're starting a business so how do you manage it all sure you know I tell people I joke sometimes and say that I have an eight to five and eight to two and you can imagine what that means right very little sleep very little sleep I'm putting in hours all at all times during the day and it it can be a grind it wears on me at times can be lonely at times right especially when you know I'm up into all hours of the night up early in the morning constantly traveling constantly in front of new people it's it can be a bit of a bear but it's so rewarding in the end to be able to do some of my own things learn from the incredible company that I work for and I encourage anybody that is in that nine to five to really just take in the entire process and really consume the process because you're going to learn so much what you're doing already you're gonna be able to use that and everything that you do if you ever decide to make that leap yeah you're gaining in network you're gaining new skills and also just the stability it provides you to be able to do things and it sounds like you still make time for your health I know you mentioned that you get your workouts instilled fear into shifts and using take most of your weekends off it sounds like I do in a work isn't everything I definitely makes family and friends a priority I make my fitness and health a priority and that I think that it's sometimes in that window of five to eight better for two earlier right but I also use weekends to kind of recalibrate take a little bit of time myself spend time with friends spend time with family yeah if you could go back in time to the early months of being an entrepreneur what advice would you give yourself hello I have a good one I would say it just to kind of follow your gut follow your instincts don't care so much about what other people have to say thank we get caught up so much an outside influence and even influencers sometimes we look at like and put them on a pedestal but it's really important to know yourself understand who you are as a person know your strengths and your weaknesses and you know exploit those strengths yeah that's a good point a lot of times were looking at people on social media who we've never met they are seemingly further right and we're comparing ourselves like I should be there in like no you're exactly where you need to be just stay in your lane and keep moving forward anyway right yeah at what would you say is the scariest thing about working for yourself the scariest thing is just I think the unknown and not knowing what you put out to the world is going to be received in a way that you would hope that it would be received right I think we experienced it all the time a million dollar caller to write will read spend an enormous amount of time putting on a project putting out some new material that we think is really gonna capture audience attention and if it doesn't we've almost felt like we've experienced fail failure at some point in that process but I think that there's an important distinction coming back to your question about the failure to write is experiencing failure is very different from bailing out on its own right yeah we all lose battles but it's about the war yeah yeah there's always many mistakes and many failures but it's really just kind of re directing you to what actually works absolutely that retooling okay so what's the best part about working for yourself the best part is has to be just being able to connect Troyer on destiny being able to make decisions for yourself the coordinator on schedule being on your own time yeah totally if you were to create a startup tool kit what would be inside of it can be tangible or intangible sure the first page probably read and great bold big letters go do now being just get started because I think that more often than not people sit on an idea for way too long and I think it's really important that they act go execute on that idea and just start whatever that means to them just start but from a true start up standpoint I would have loved to have had like pages of bulleted lists how to form an LLC step one step two step three how to god go through the patent process how to five put a trademark on the logo right all of these things are just things that not everybody knows about when they step into a business and just having that bulleted list of items I think yeah I let me start by just getting started because it's so easy to have an analysis paralysis and overthink everything but it's really in the doing and the getting started that you start to figure out all those things just kind of unveils itself so good staff okay so last question for this section who is your favorite mentor I have to see my mom and dad honestly my mom is just such a positive influence and just constantly encouraging me to go do me right and my dad is kind of that the other side of it is about execution and getting things done and the number one piece of advice I can remember him giving me growing up is the same as you lose childhood so true to remember slides to every aspect of my life yeah that's awesome well we're gonna take a.

Alex Steve he co founder
"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Or recommendations expressed are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the station or any of the show's sponsors it's great to be here six three six three eleven ten six ten three six three eleven ten six three six three eleven seven go to Steve he's calling us from Tennessee Hey Steve not a lot anyway this I'm from Tennessee yes Sir I got our market is on the first big down day of March I want to put it all in a money market hello I'm still up one in about three quarters percent for the year first year is it time to get back in the I moved about America about a half million dollars yeah not if you're gonna jump out again the next time it takes to be down there and I would get in so you might want to wait until it all passes to start thinking about getting in the summer okay some of them yeah all right thanks folks you know I don't want that you know I obviously doesn't day doesn't follow along with us but you know Steve I mean we're not trying to be traders I'm not trying to teach anybody be traitors you're never ever ever going to succeed by being a traitor so Steve's probably going to miss the biggest run out of the year but you never want to be a traitor you're in or you're out one or the other don't try to get in and out in and out in and out it's never going to work there are no successful market timers on Wall Street trust me so it never is a good strategy six seven three six three elements and then go to more Melissa South Carolina hi Melissa hi Dan good morning at I know everybody so excited I'm gonna try to be common okay where I am all right I'm in the forty five to fifty five asset allocation model I listen to you all the time so I'm putting fourteen hundred dollars into my savings account every month a thousand dollars into mine and my husband's world are raised every month we met our four oh one K.'s NPS he and I'm up fifteen percent in cash and all you people who are out there grinding Colin Damien paid a hundred and sixty eight dollars a year for Netflix if you can't come out with a hundred and twenty five four dollars or your asset allocation model and know where you're sitting right now then don't calling Cora pull out the money or shut up Sargent said shut up also kind enough I love you okay so the mine are gosh I can't think of the word you have helped me create an energy portfolio here and I've I've given you the ones I have and I'm very I'm out there to sail the I'm not crying right things are on sale and I'm ready to shop yes if if it so I've given you the list of the energy stocks and I don't have the time to day I just want to know which ones that I've listed you think I should be looking at now you don't only now are you do all in all of these are your own okay although I would you know I would stay away from each twenty I would I would stay away from east thirty eight I would stay away from east sixty two okay my yes if I had to buy one of these today would be the sixty six I'm telling you that believe it or not I added an energy stock of all things on my buy list this week okay now okay you have you have a lot of energy and I and I don't want you to get over weighted in any sector as I always say you know that but I'm damn near in energy so I would like to see you maybe we can set our spelling one since you're only down that little selling one of these and pick up the one that's on my body because the one that's on my buy list in any area of energy that you're weak in the you don't have a lot of and I really like what that company is doing right now so I would say D. sixty six and the one on my buy list I would not want their shoes yeah okay our so yeah that's that's what I would do Melissa I think that's probably going to serve you the best Hey I'm up don't you think the thirty Rockefeller that one there you go if you're a twenty sixty two definitely sell okay and by the one that's on your balance now yes yes okay okay all right thank you Dan all right all right thank you man I love you too god bless you all right bye bye let me go to Karen in Oklahoma Hey Karen Hey good morning I appreciate all that you do I have no clue as to investments and I've spoken to you in the past and I my husband and I just recently just recently got into yeah so I just took a job after not being employed for about at least not a contract labor about twenty years and so we are in the oil industry on all production and so click to killing us but that's okay because we're that good so I know that you probably getting into the car ready but it's now time where in the market where we can shop and we can buy and invest and then we have the funding in order to do that so should we buy it won't stop now since they're still down and if so what else should we buy well I talked to the lady about buying sixty six someone on your file right yeah I would be very very careful about which oil stocks you buy you don't want to buy any there obviously aren't on my buy list or you know for sure but so be very careful about which one you buy but I would be yeah I would be okay I think that there are some which I didn't add on my list but I think I'm gonna add them tomorrow I have to Adam I can't get on the site I can't tell you but I think I might have added to consumer staples I did I believe I did this morning and I would definitely consider those to consumer staples now nobody's buying consumer staples right now but I think I would tell you to buy by the two consumer staples that that are on my list right now I have CS twenty five and that's a consumer staple now that's not on my list no I didn't add them I'm sorry I took one off I didn't Adam but I'm gonna add up to more so I would check the list tomorrow or tonight I have to consumer staples and consumer discretionary that I believe are going to be adding tomorrow I wanted to let this dust settles from today show I would look for those I think that would they would be a good compliment and I just go out and buy those on my own or do I go through the day what what well yeah because I you can't buy them through warrior warrior is in I don't think you can buy individual stocks can you I don't know yeah I don't think you can so I'm clearly illiterate yeah you you would have to when you say boy yeah is that inside Iraq is that with the company that you're with or is that your own account I don't even know if I can answer that question okay I believe it's the company that I'm with because they have their business here in the town okay so I'm a registered nurse okay your wife yeah and so and took a job at a local place teaching nursing and sent through the through the teaching organization I got offered boy yeah gotcha yes Sir yeah for retirement you can't buy individual stocks there so when you when you do that so they gain your your company there there who you're working for has a man you are mutual funds that they offer true that it's probably a menu I don't know twelve maybe some twelve fifteen ten somewhere in that neighborhood a man you all different mutual funds that you can be and they may not all be for your funds but none the less they're they're going to be all they have a list of mutual funds that you can buy now I don't track any of them they're not biblically responsible so I don't I don't bother tracking those but that is their Maxine if your company is matching and that's where you're with then that then you're you know you're isolated as far as what you can you can buy an individual stocks you can't sell and I do not know yeah they do match yeah so then you know you can look at those and and you know you know see what see what they offer I mean I I don't I can't I don't know where to begin as to what they might offer because they're all different but I would take advantage of the match I wouldn't put any more in than what they match but I you could take advantage of the match for sure okay okay well thank you so much for your time and well I think you guys keep up the good work thank you Karen I'll do it I sure appreciate god bless her and god bless you six ten three six three eleven ten six ten three six three eleven stand if your if your call you're welcome to do that six ten three six three eleven ten folks one of the things I don't want to hear there I know remember we just a lot of negativity out there right now right everybody is nervous it's all all the conversation not all of it the vast majority of the conversation is on the negative side of things if you are a.

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"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm Alex really done by Steve he is the owner and co founder of million dollar holler and million dollar caller it sure looks like it thank you so much for being here for having yes absolutely so if you could start out by telling us an overview of your entrepreneurial journey and what million dollar caller ID sure so yeah so for years I've been in sales I've been in sales almost my entire life leading up to the point that I decided to be an entrepreneur in college actually where you know I just stopped caring about what other people thought I decided to just really get to the grindstone and just you know start to do things for myself created a couple businesses since that time and fast forward several years from now I work with my business partner and SQ other loose business ventures and years later we developed a lot of trust and have since created million dollar caller so if you could tell me what is million dollar color sure some million dollar color is the solution to what most people refer to as a sloppy caller and that that sloppy callers really when you unbutton your dress shirt by a couple buttons and it collapses into a sloppy mass and what we've really done is we've taken a hard stance against the dress shirt industry by saying that all dress shirts have a fundamental design flaw and I design flaws in the placket of your dress shirt which is this part here with the buttons and holes and it has no built in reinforcements are naturally when they manufacture shirt the plaque it isn't designed to support the weight of the collar man so it's going to collapse in that mass and what we've done is we've actually created a material similar to a caller stated we taken that concept and put it into this front part of the shirt called the placket and it helps retain a nice crisp symmetrical appearance helps frame the face and you know instances like these it helps hold the microphone yeah bonus little yeah there are a lot of it we're we're gonna talk more about the business a little bit I want to play a game with you we call in sixty seconds C. E. O. okay so you can just give me instinctual rapid fire answer and we will start with who is your favorite on your Vaynerchuk that's a good one and someone is very disruptive in your company but they're great at what they do to keep them or fire them I think you've got to let them go in K. how many hours do you sleep at night not nearly enough five or six do you work weekends I do but only a few hours we can because I think it's important to balance what is the first thing you do when you wake up check my schedule for the day K. and what role do you live by never settle on a scale from one to ten how weird are you eight when did you realize you have the strength and power to become an entrepreneur in college and if you could describe yourself in one word Brazilian you could be a superhero or have a super power which one would you choose I choose super power and I would teleport so I can be in places so nice someone just is Jan and Fridays I need it tomorrow yeah right get on IT business rockstars okay well now we can slow down dive into your journey a little bit more my first question for you is a what does it mean to you to be an entrepreneur I think an entrepreneur is really three things I thank an entrepreneur is an innovator somebody that comes up with a new concept or an idea that helps other people or a better way of doing something I think that same person has to be a doer as well they need to be able to execute on whatever that idea is and third I think they've got to have grit I think they've got a when the tough gets going they've got to keep going and they've got a drive through yeah because ideas are a dime of a dime a dozen but it's really about execution and not perseverance that makes all the difference well sad so you've started many businesses have you ever been afraid to fail you know I think their failure is a part of the entrepreneurial process thank you almost have to embrace it in some form or fashion but I don't think I've ever approach to business with the fear of failure because I think if you approach a business really anything in life with the fear of failure you almost already lost right I think I played football in college and if you ever walk into I walked into the game thinking that we were going to lose you're not obligate ready lost right you got to have the confidence and just will power to know that you're gonna push that forward no matter what yeah so you also have a traditional job alongside being an entrepreneur so I can only imagine that you're just super busy tell me what that's like the reason why I think it's important to touch on is in our entrepreneurs watching and listening to their coming from you know different scenarios but a lot of them are in traditional nine to five jobs but we're starting a business so how do you manage it all sure you know I tell people I joke sometimes and say that I have an eight to five and eight to two and you can imagine what that means right very little sleep very little sleep I'm putting in hours all at all times during the day and it it can be a grind it wears on me at times it can be lonely at times right especially when you know I'm up into all hours of the night up early in the morning constantly traveling constantly in front of new people it's it can be a bit of a bear but it's so rewarding in the end to be able to do some of my own things learn from the incredible company that I work for and I encourage anybody that is in that nine to five to really just take in the entire process and really consume the process because you're going to learn so much what you're doing already gonna be able to use that and everything that you do if you ever decide to make that leap yeah you're gaining a network you're gaining new skills and also just the stability it provides you to be able to do things and it sounds like you still make time for your health I know you mentioned that you get your workouts instilled fear into shifts and using take most of your weekends off it sounds like I do in a work isn't everything I definitely makes family and friends a priority I make my fitness and health a priority and that I think that it's sometimes in that window of five to eight better for two earlier right but I also use weekends kind of recalibrate take a little bit of time myself spend time with friends spend time with family yeah if you could go back in time said the early months of being an entrepreneur what advice would you give yourself hello I have a good one I would say it just to kind of follow your gut follow your instincts don't care so much about what other people have to say thank you we get caught up so much an outside influence and even influencers sometimes we look at like and put them on a pedestal but it's really important to know yourself understand who you are as a person know your strengths and your weaknesses and you know exploit those strengths yeah that's a good point a lot of times were looking at people on social media who we've never met they are seemingly further right and we're comparing ourselves like I should be there in like no you're exactly where you need to be just stay in your lane and keep moving forward anyway right yeah at what would you say is the scariest thing about working for yourself the scariest thing is just I think the unknown and not knowing what you put out to the world is going to be received in a way that you would hope that it would be received right I think we experienced it all the time a million dollar caller to write will read spend an enormous amount of time putting on a project putting out some new material that we think is really gonna capture audience attention and if it doesn't we almost felt like we've experienced fail failure at some point in that process but I think that there's an important distinction coming back to your question about the failure to write is experiencing failure is very different from failing it on its own right yeah we all lose battles but it's about the war yeah there's always many mistakes and many failures but it's really just kind of re directing you to what actually works absolutely every tooling okay so what's the best part about working for yourself the best part is has to be just being able to connect Troyer on destiny being able to make decisions for yourself the coordinator on schedule being on your own time yeah totally if you were to create a startup tool kit what would be inside of it can be tangible or intangible sure the first page probably read and great bold big letters go do now being just get started because I think that more often than not people sit on an idea for way too long and I think it's really important that they act go execute on that idea and just start whatever that means to them just start but from a true start up standpoint I would have loved to have had like pages of bulleted lists how to form an LLC step one step two step three how to god go through the patent process how to put a trademark on the logo right all of these things are just things that not everybody knows about when they step into a business and just having that bulleted list of items I think it helps yeah I let me start by just getting started because it's so easy to have an analysis paralysis and overthink everything but it's really in the doing and then getting started that you start to figure out all those things just kind of unveils itself so good stuff okay so last question for this section who is your favorite mentor to my mom and dad honestly my mom is just such a positive influence and just constantly encouraging me to go do me right and my dad is kind of that the other side of it is about execution and getting things done and the number one piece of advice I can remember him giving me growing up is since he lives so true intermountain slides to every aspect of my life yeah well that's awesome well we're gonna take a quick break and when we when we come back we're gonna talk more about building the business I'm Alex Farley and this is business rockstars.

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"steve he" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Want people to be saying Steve he's got to leave the house until but I got to go I I want to be you know when what now okay so my point is get a babysitter my point is you need time for yourself so you're not this lunatic I do but I don't have it during the lunch that doesn't happen on like Tuesday night you psycho paths all right I get it you're first of all I am the boys we need to all other and regroup people don't like this though as any that's just yes Jenny from the block retail Jenny's grave I just my point is guys doing like waving the white flag I understand they want to get rid of makes on a watch of TV or movies you just needed to order journey we have to explain I just don't have any time ever to watch an uninterrupted show without falling asleep okay I am going to give you the names and I don't great therapist hold on I'm writing it down shish kabob oh Hey speaking of things in a piss me off six one two after the break if you see something say sorry if you ever see something let's sell go to don ends the show at my talk with someone dot com that's our email there was a woman who took a bath in what I think is one of the worst foods on the planet but maybe beating and it is better but probably not tell you what it is or why everyone's all in a kerfuffle online up next on don and Steve nothing but good times get none with Jason and Alexis did you hear this one Wednesday in the seven am our looks in a few maybe in about a year so let me baby sitters.

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"steve he" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"steve he" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Every thing entertainment is the don and Steve show up mine is Steve he is down for the count but we think by today later today he'll be feeling better should make his way back in what do you think it really is right well I know we said that exact same thing yesterday so I but I have a good feeling about today I really do he's better he will be on the mend and rare thing to go over to tell us all about how sick you are strong he is and he's a warrior or your local store for store via yeah so there is that is still all our Facebook question for today is going through some emails man we gotta we could be open up a web M. D. website right now though is in great on our Facebook he had sent me an email before you get to that on and we were talking about khombu giant earlier I was saying that you know what happens to be fresh start February for our show and we are just die kick starting the year or restarting the year without any alcoholic beverages this month got no fun no fun whatsoever alright so I was saying that I was drinking khombu cha yeah like in a wine glass just sipping it because it kind it has a I don't know you know that that fermented kind of feeling of your sipping wine the sum of city year of their and it only gets because it does have a some slight alcohol a contest Mary Slaney not even enough to and label it right because it's like under point five percent on but Mary had sent to an email and said sorry Donna there are with the health benefits haven't been proving I wasn't drinking it for health benefits decide no and just for the taste actually and that some can be harmful and she sent me a link so I'm gonna look into that now on the later I'm not worried about it I don't drink enough of the stuff now you know to have it kill me but but said that we check on me tomorrow absolutely you don't hear from me thank you wake up call yes okay so that is all I wanted to tell you about that since we were talking about that earlier but we want to know what what do you do what's your tip on how to stay healthy I thought I had it covered but well we got let's see here on our Facebook page elderberry gummies Regina says homeopathic good nutrition and sleep lots of garlic you like garlic Donna sure there are those super foods super spices that you got you know there I always in yeah and and US movies tumor a garlic center many of them that really help like soups like soups that have that like I had this Indians soup that my friend made and had like two bowls of that help to take a two marks a supplement everyday helps with the with a lot with other things why don't you do that with your head set it flushes out the system of toxins yes yes so I take that will cause I a toxic stuff try milk thistle million well I take that every day it's for liver health good good good let's see here wash my hands throughout the day don't touch my face is land she avoids large unnecessary gatherings don't we all sister take vitamin C. A. N. D. next arrest including naps eat healthy stay hydrated yes regularly disinfect countertops and avoid eating out hydration I always say I stand by hydration and Hey maybe we can attribute to us Steve's illness to the fact that we never see him take a sip of water most problems can be it can.

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