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"steven brian" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

10:28 min | 11 months ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Broncos offense against the cheese defense from this past sunday be sure to check out the youtube. Channel cody work. And if we have weekly film breakdowns for you. They're also locked down broncos a daily podcast covering the broncos. What's going on monday through friday. We have an episode free five days a week so make sure that you are locked in and also check me out on friday. She on the whole show. I love it man you. Nobody breaks down better than you and we'll look forward to catching up next week. Hopefully hopefully we're talking about what went right for denver and see if they can make it to grow. I know that's the whole my friend. And i appreciate you. Cody rourke of pro football network. Ray work there. I mean he bust into this. He's a film study guy. So if you're into the film if you're into the deep deep study of pro football. I suggest cody rourke. I mean he sensational thirty five minutes after the hour. Colefax a busy week. I wanna get to my top. Three games coming up next outside of broncos panthers. This is a huge week in the nfl. Not just for the broncos but throughout its. We're getting close to the playoffs. There's a lot of must wins out. There was one last night. You're welcome by the way called that seventeen and ten on the year for thursday night specials since Back to january not all football but we feel pretty good about our thursday night. Pick seventeen at ten. The rams win that that probably ends the patriots hopes. So we'll get to. We'll get to a busy weekend in the nfl. Coming up but first. Let's get the latest on the local sports flash here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine in northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi andrew bogusch from cbs sports radio. You're listening to the whole show thirteen ten. Kfi thirty minutes after the hour order. Funded amen lotta great interviews lot. Great insiders that we feature here on this program. So we appreciated zak stevens brian. Howell and cody work. Great people certainly knowledgeable about the sports that they cover. I finish text. Line is nine seven. Four seven eight thirteen one be sure to text. Kfi a to that number. If it's your first time texting into the show and join us on tuesdays we have our top techs tuesday. We reward the best taxed and the next one to get three. Victories gets the br denver bronco slash. Christmas gift package. Sweet we'll get more details on that for you. Next week do wanna thank mosier. Funeral cremation service services as unique as life. Give robin scott or a member of their great staff a call today. Talk to them about pre-planning. It's an amazing gift. That website mosier funeral service dot com and the phone numbers nine seven three three hundred sixty eight twenty four colfax. Let's take a look at a busy weekend the nfl. Go through everything. But i'm gonna just. I'll just highlight my top three games this week because it's that big of a week or a lot of these games. They have so much playoff. Meaning last night had playoff. Meaning the rams went twenty four to three. I told you that and saved you guys time so that you could go do whatever. Get the christmas tree up. But some you didn't listen then that's fine but the rams win and really solidify that spot in the nfc playoff race. The patriots now six and seven on the outside looking in that might have been the game for them to one of those games where bill has to come out and say cam. Newton is our quarterback. That's when you know it was a rough one You can't throw for sixty yards and score forty-five every week colfax broncos panthers this week You know both teams are and eight. We'll see what happens. I'm rooting for growth For drew lock. That's what i'm rooting for. You have to see it. I'm done with the stats. i'm done with all of it. I got to see it now. Now is the time. If i don't see at this sunday. I want to see brett ribbon. I want to see him at least for a game before we in this thing seriously you lose to carolina and if drew lock bad again try rippin for game. Give him a game or we could do a stephen triumph for series or six confused. The hell out of everybody texans. Bears don't care cowboys. Bengals don't care. chiefs-dolphins chiefs eleven to one. Dolphins are eight and four. Now if you are doing the the optimists optimistic playoff watch colefax. You should be watching this game. The broncos hold the tiebreaker over the dolphins chiefs eleven to one dolphins four. Now they have to lose out but if they do that then the broncos would have them in the tiebreaker. That's one team again. I'm not there yet. I need to see two weeks of everything. Go perfectly right Chief should win although there. Oh they're favored by seven and a half in miami Cardinals giants beginning. The cardinals are six six. They're looking to stay in the playoff race and the giants are five and seven. They're running the division. They win this game. I mean they're they're the team. Everybody's rooting for right now. They were one seven colfax won four in a row and trying to make it five in a row. Vikings bucket ears. There's number one that is by top game of the well dot top game. It's one of my top games bucks. Vikings if the vikings lose this game they've been on a run. They're six and six lose this game. They're likely done. The bucks are seven and five. They're kind of on that in that territory. Where if they lose this game everything becomes a little bit more important. So can tom brady bounce back. Can they get win number eight. I've got this team going to the super bowl colfax. So you know who. I'm rooting for. Titans jags titans eight and four know. Derrick henry is at thirteen hundred yards rushing. He needs seven hundred yards in four weeks to get to get the two thousand yard mark. That is going to be a very very tall task. That's average of what three hundred yards a game like that. Yeah it was fun while lasted but it was it was. Let's see how close you can get to probably end up with seventeen hundred and that would be. Pretty phenomenal. Colts raiders. That's a big game. You know the colts are on the right there in the in the playoff race. The raiders can leapfrog though if they beat the colts. So watch out for this one. Big game jets seahawks. Don't care seahawks better win that game packers lion somewhat interesting because the lions one hundred percent out of this race yet. They're five and seven saints eagles. Well you get to see the jalen hurts. Era begin for philadelphia. So there's some interest there plus they're actually right there in the thick of it for their division at three eight. One falcons chargers don't care washington forty niners a can air washington's right there in the mix to the worst division in football is the hottest race in football steelers bills. That's another game that is on my list. Steelers are eleven one. They get their first loss last week. A trap game to washington against this bills team led by josh allen. Who was having a phenomenal year. Believe it or not the buffs are actually the favorites in this game against the eleven of one. Pittsburgh steelers sealers are undefeated on the road. Bills lost one at home. Monday football ravens browns. Who would have thought december fourteenth ravens. Browns would be this huge of a game. The browns are nine and three. The ravens are seven and five. You are in must win territory for the baltimore ravens. So i like bucks. Vikings i like bill steelers and ravens. Browns should be should be a blast of a weekend man. I mean when you look at the standings all these teams this weekend as far as big. I mean cleveland sitting at nine and three and that first wildcard spot but if they lose the game. And you have indy win. And you have miami win. Suddenly things change out now the tiebreakers things get interesting and we'll start looking at those but it's a huge game monday night. Cleveland needs to win. That game The colts desperately need to beat the raiders. But the raiders are right behind the colts. The raiders are sitting eighth-place place. If the raiders beat the colts they jumped right over. Indy and they get that final playoff spot. At least for now because remember. You're going extra wildcard team. So seven teams get in in india. Is that team right now. They win they hang on to their spot in fact if they can win in miami lose the kansas city the colts will climb up the charts but baltimore. Believe it or not. They are two spots out of the playoffs. You are in must-win territory for lamar jackson's baltimore raven patriots. Probably done and then the next the next best thing is the broncos so four and eight should be fun man too busy busy week in football i i mean. Is this like one of the first weekends that we've seen ceus you play c. You play denver. play. I mean i try to do the math because see us you. Don't forget they played a lot of thursday games. So i don't remember many weekends where we've had all of them going at it and i'll give you. I'll give you my predictions by win loss predictions at the end and our closing thoughts segment colfax. Here's what's interesting. Though the broncos play the panthers okay They have the bills. The chargers in the raiders f for some weird reason. The raiders are in the hunt and in the thick of it. And it comes down to it. Were you know. Maybe the raiders dropped two or three of them. The broncos could if anything be the reason that the raiders don't make the playoffs at the end of the season so you you might have that to look forward to and make up for that thrashing you received earlier in the season. Thirty seven to twelve forty eight minutes after the hour. We'll take a short break. I'll give you an in my closing thoughts. I'll give you my predictions for broncos panthers for c u utah and foresee s u utah.

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"steven brian" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"How sweet I'm just getting so and so I get really dark on all the cute little things that George Lucas Star defenses I want them all to die I'm I'm for I'm for baby own but all the rest the stuff the George Lucas did I just want to back let's go to let's go to Steven who's with us now Stephen can't Hey Steven Brian good morning do you have any any insight on what's going to happen they're bringing rainy and Kyle together to create balance is this is this going to be a preachy movie is what what's happening well Star Wars is always at its best with a little bit preachy and it's never not had a message sent it began but again like what to expect the movie is supposedly ended in nineteen eighty three and then they ended again in two thousand fifteen and now here we are there ending supposedly again in twenty nineteen talking about this year and I think twenty sixteen I gotta pay my anxiety is pretty high in my expectations are just kind of all over the place so do you think how who's directing this JJ Abrams again over the force awakens when it was rebooted he did a good job he did make people feel comfortable with this being a reboot of Star Wars or continuation of that story I think it's a nice state that they did and it's going around it all down nicely alright so this is not one of them that hate went through like three directors right J. J. Abrams read on this the whole time it was originally slated to be given the call and from Morrow who directed the Jurassic Park sequels it was taken away from him for reasons that are unclear but games I'd just written not off to creative differences which means that he couldn't play ball with all the the high budget expectations that came with that studio and and this is Disney owned right yeah yeah this is where they they're gonna take up across the finish line here and try to make this all makes sense not just the three movies but all nine of them and you're asking about what to expect from this movie I think the only thing that we have to go off of is the voice of emperor Palpatine that shows up in these trailers if you think about Star Wars and continuity the only thing that stretches from episode one all the way from nine is senator Ben Chandler Dan emperor Palpatine and the actor in the dynamic so he's coming back for this final movie and the big question is going to be how the heck did that happen because he was blown to pieces and return of the jet I hope they do another thing where he floats through space like all right yeah because that really works well I thought Steven is that the worst thing you've ever seen they had the actress dies they have a way for her to die and they bring her back yeah but what you wanted land to divert yes backed into a yeah it's a what a I think there's a there's a vortex and I have several characters with import tax with their name on it yeah yeah that was the that was an odd choice and I personally kind of fell out of my seat at that and I just always look away when that scene comes round in the last chat I because it's a little little too much cheese okay so they they're mixing the two the dark force and the light they're finding balance is that what we think this is going to be where they're like you know not everything is bad well when I first came on the blaze and talks to patent still in twenty sixteen about the force awakens the last chat I that's where I was that that they were going to find a balance between the light on the dark side and kind of do away with this holy war between the jetliner step and then back came around the last Gen I. Ryan Johnson basically snobby that idea entirely and kept the status quo going I think all indicators are still pointing towards a complete disruption of the genocide that conflict in the light and dark paradigm and I think that's gonna be pretty healthy for star was going forward if we can sort of balance out the moral imperative of having a clear light and dark and good and evil that's the mix that they have to get right here so who's the sky Walker that's rising my opinion of this is that the sky water is the force user so this guy Walker is going to be sort of melted into a title for people who choose to walk in the ways of the force to study the old ways study the history Luke Skywalker Anakin all those great heroes I think they're going to do away with the sort of religious titles that come with the chat on the steps and they're going to be just a a new class of warriors like samurai sky walkers that's my personal theory the easier answer might just be that highland because he's the only sky Walker currently living is currently fallen and he could still stand back up and ride back to his family's legacy tell me that you were not loan out of your shoes shocked when you heard that Disney did not make any baby Otis available for her that was pretty stunning I was really really stunning but you know it kinda cuts against the couple different narratives about Disney are they either after the money and chasing every single dollar they can get or are they meticulous and protective of the brand it kind of threw out a little bit of a wrench and everybody's opinions about Disney with that I think that they have a new mouse with baby oda that thing is so cute it's making me watch these the Mandalorian and actually continuing to give it a chance even though the last few episodes of it like okay come on let's let's pick it up here on what's the story yeah we're all we're all United and stand with baby out I'd been something our own household is enjoyed and it's it's pretty remarkable to see that actually happened pretty organically where this sort of cute creature is put into Star Wars to make everybody you know kind of be able to enjoy a kid friendly Syrians that is otherwise pretty violent and it's being received incredibly well I mean I don't think it is it shows that George Lucas the George Lucas impact or influence is gone because this is the character that he always tried to find and they have now found yeah I I suppose that is true I know the first bundle of cute creatures was with the locks and return the genocide there are when you think yeah when you think about the first early divisions in fandom fandom was always quite United around Star Wars four and five that being the empire strikes back the first big reptiles return of the Jedi hi in sort of the nature of the he walks and some of the narrative choices of that film and we've been reliving that horror show of incredibly divisive Star Wars movies ever sent a couple theories about that myself do you think do you think maybe this is where the divide in America started the device charges are being solar yeah and I'm doing are you going to are you going to the conference this weekend for turning point I am not now okay well I was hoping to to see there but I guess not so I'm sure you're staying up job sure I will I'm sure I will what's your what do you have a have you done in this thing that everyone is doing with the ranking them in that you know all ten movies in order of preference yeah you know I feel like I've done it every two years and at this point I like tired of throwing it out there but returned the jet I it's always been my number one since we had discussed that and then revenge of the steps step after so three as my number two those are both in correct just to let you know yeah hi I've never I've never heard a correct answer when it comes to Star Wars and the other was kind of fun generational nature of this saga every group and cohort of generations have their own preferences when it comes to these movies because it isn't there Star Wars and that's kind of why we're all tearing each other's heads off perpetually with these movies it a little bit beautiful it's also a little bit maddening so how do we only deal stand on the first three yeah yeah said one two and three yeah they do they feel the same way the elder law elder millennials kind of falling with Jen acts with a lot of skepticism about the prequels and having her cheek what I've seen in the past couple of years has been an incredible not revisionist history but sort of a fighting back by millennials about enjoying the the first three Star Wars movies because they were kids when they watch that they didn't really have those blinders on about what is cheesy and what is bad acting they just watched and it was Star Wars and it was cool so I've actually seen a huge swing back in favor of the prequels and a lot of people re addressing those movies a little bit more favorable light and that's what's so funny because apparently start George Lucas destroyed everyone's childhood with those movies and now we're is talking about great is great it's earned Berg is talking about to George Lucas when she said you you stole my child everything's on me as he's talking specifically about phantom menace that's what.

George Lucas Stephen Steven Brian
"steven brian" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I'm I'm just getting so and so I get really dark on all the cute little things that George Lucas start offenses I want them all to die I'm I'm for I'm for baby and but all the rest the stuff the George Lucas did I just want to die let's go to let's go to Steven who's with us now Stephen can't Hey Steven Brian good morning do you have any any insight on what's going to happen they're bringing rainy and Kyle together to create balance is this is this going to be a preachy movie is what what's happening well Star Wars is always better faster with a little bit preachy eminence never not had a message that it began but again like what to expect the movie is supposedly ended in nineteen eighty three and then they ended again in two thousand fifteen and now here we are there ending supposedly again in twenty nineteen talking about this you and I from twenty sixteen I gotta pay my anxiety is pretty high on my expectations are just kind of all over the place so do you think how who's directing this JJ Abrams again over the force awakens when it was re boot and he did a good job he did make people feel comfortable with this being a reboot of Star Wars or continuation of that story I think it's a nice state that they didn't come around it all down nicely alright so this is not one of them that hate went through like three directors right J. J. Abrams spent on this the whole time it was originally slated to be given the call and from Morrow who directed the Jurassic Park sequel and it was taken away from him for reasons that are unclear but games I'd just written that off to creative differences which means that he couldn't play ball with all the the high budget expectations that came with that studio and and this is Disney owned right yeah yeah this is where they they're gonna take up across the finish line here and try to make this all makes sense not just the three movies but all nine of them and you're asking about what to expect from this movie I think the only thing that we have to go off of is the voice of emperor Palpatine that shows up in these trailers if you think about Star Wars and continuity the only thing that stretches from episode one all the way to nine is senator Ben Chandler Dan emperor Palpatine and the actor in that guy on that so he's coming back for this final movie and the big question is going to be how the heck did that happen because he was blown to pieces and return of the jet I was hoping to do another thing where he floats through space like all right yeah because that really works well I thought Steven is that the worst thing you've ever seen they had the actress dies they have a way for her to die and they bring her back yeah but what you've wanted let it die yes backed into a more space yeah yeah yes I would've I fact there's a there's a vortex and I have several characters vortex with their name on it yeah yeah that was the that was an odd choice and I personally kind of fell out of my seat at that and I just always look away when that scene comes round in the last chat I because it's a little a little too much cheese okay so they are they're mixing the two the dark force and the light they're finding balance is that what we think this is going to be where they're like you know not everything is bad well when I first came on the blaze and talks to patents do in twenty sixteen about the force awakens the last chat I that's where I was that that they were going to find a balance between the light side of the dark side and kind of do away with this holy war between the jetliner step and then back came around the last Gen I. Ryan Johnson basically snubbed that idea entirely and kept the status quo going I think all indicators are still pointing towards a complete disruption of the jet eyes that conflict in the light and dark paradigm and I think that's gonna be pretty healthy for star was going forward if we can sort of balance out the moral imperative of having a clear light and dark and good and evil that's the mix that they have to get right here so who's the sky Walker that's rising my opinion of this is that the sky Walker is the force user style at the sky Walker is going to be sort of melted into a title for people who choose to walk in the ways of the force to study the old ways study the history Luke Skywalker Anakin all those great heroes I think they're going to do away with the sort of religious titles that come with the jet on the set and they're going to be just a a new class of warriors like samurai sky walkers that's my personal theory the easier answer might just be that highland because he's the only sky Walker currently living is currently fallen and he could still stand back up and ride back to his family legacy tell me that you were not blown out of your shoes shocked when you heard that Disney did not make any baby Otis available for Christmas that was pretty stunning but it was really really stunning but you know it kinda cuts against the couple different narratives about Disney are they either after the money and chasing every single dollar they can get or are they meticulous and protective of the brand it kind of threw out a little bit of a range and everybody's opinions about Disney with that I think that they have a new mouse with baby oda that thing is so cute it's making me watch these the Mandalorian and actually continuing to give it a chance even though the last few episodes of it like okay come on let's let's pick it up here on what's the story yeah we're all we're all United and stand with baby out I had been something our own household has enjoyed in it it's pretty remarkable to see that actually happened pretty organically where this sort of cute creature is put into Star Wars to make everybody you know how to be able to enjoy a kid friendly Syrians that is otherwise pretty violent and it's being received incredibly well I mean I don't think it is it shows that George Lucas the George Lucas impact or influence is gone because this is the character that he always tried to find and they have now found it yeah I I suppose that is true I know the first bundle of cute creatures was with the locks and return the genocide there are when you think yeah when you think about the first early divisions in fandom fandom was always quite United around Star Wars four and five that being the empire strikes back the first big reptiles return of the Jedi high and sort of the shoot nature of the he walks and some of the narrative choices of that film and we've been re living that horror show of incredibly divisive Star Wars movies ever spent and I'm a couple theories about that myself do you think do you think maybe this is where the divide in America started of the devise America stories are beings or yeah and I'm doing are you going to be going to the conference this weekend for turning point I am not now okay well I was hoping to to see there but I guess not so I'm sure you're the most bang up job sure I will I'm sure I will what's your what do you have a have you done in this thing that everyone is doing with the ranking them in that you know all ten movies in order of preference yeah you know I feel like I've done it every two years and at this point I like tired of throwing it out there but returned the jet I it's always been my number one since we had discussed that and then revenge of the step step at the soda three as my number two those are both in correct just to let you know yes ever I've never heard a correct answer when it comes to Star Wars and the other was kind of the fun generational nature of this saga every group and cohort of generations have their own preferences when it comes to these movies because it isn't there Star Wars and that's kind of why we're all tearing each other's heads off perpetually with these movies it a little bit beautiful it's also a little bit maddening so how doable and he'll stand on the first three yeah yeah said one two and three yeah they do they feel the same way the elder law elder millennials kind of falling with Jan acts with a lot of skepticism about the prequels and having her cheek what I've seen in the past couple of years has been an incredible not revisionist history but sort of a fighting back by millennials about enjoying the the first three Star Wars movies because they were kids when they watch that they didn't really have those blinders on about what is cheesy and what is bad acting they just watched and it was Star Wars and it was cool so I've actually seen a huge swing back in favor of the prequels and a lot of people re addressing those movies a little bit more favorable light and that's what's so funny because apparently start George Lucas destroyed everyone's childhood with those movies and now we're gonna return Berg is talking about Greta Greta Thurn Berg is talking about to George Lucas when she said you you stole my child yes well everything's on me as he's talking specifically about phantom menace that's what she's talking about yeah you doing.

George Lucas Stephen Steven Brian
"steven brian" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Everyday eastern time we always do some kissed every week to this week no exception we'll discuss with him and have a couple of minutes on the on the back and let's go to Steven was at K. F. an axe in Phoenix Hey Steven Brian good morning they will tell you mine today it was very the reason why we all stick with trump so get a capability no one on the other side of the aisle Albert is held to account I mean I I get on Twitter fights all day because I always say no one under the DG don will ever be held to account for ten years you know he never happy unless you're a public you know you can't escape all right I guess we with us too little I don't think this one the reason people stick with trump I I think that people like the building go to bat for him they feel like he's being unjustly treated but a lot of them just say wait a second I wish sometimes he wouldn't take on every single fight but if he can win he beats this Ukraine thing and let's say there's even though the Enquirer guy is talking and they're still trying to get his taxes Michael Cole is gonna get out soon my hope is he'll just our governing well let's listen to Stuart Varney whose weathers Brian Kilmeade host all the the Brian Kilmeade show I want to talk to about Bernie Sanders not happy with major league baseball's plan to cut minor league teams is the tweet real fast this has nothing to do with what's good for baseball and everything to do with greed it would destroy thousands of jobs and devastate locally column is I'm urging Major League Baseball commissioner ma'am for it to stop this proposal what do you think Brian does he have a case well I'm in Vermont to get the lake monsters that draws pretty well but evidently when you look at the minor league city go down the system there's like three levels with each major league team and sometimes even have rough affiliations with independent minor league teams it does cost a lot of money but my thing is they say the travel is too great the pay is too low for these players some of them don't draw well so maybe she can practice come past contract about twenty teams my feeling is baseball be cutting off their nose to spite their face they should reorganize because a lot of times that is the connection in Iowa the connection in Montana the connection in places where there is no Major League Baseball those of their guys and if you want baseball to be a national sport still don't cut the local link yeah okay but look at the get the game is contracting mother a few a few youngsters so you know suiting up for baseball minor league not minor leagues but you know the there's a special name for the you the little league little league baseball one of the owners of the little few people was suiting up for it to me you've got a contract you can just keep on expanding if the players don't let I don't think it's a player issue I think they're trying to get a hold of the expense issue and condense the travel issue my thing is where football has no minor league system into the XFL's towards the border things about baseball is watching those players cycle through even if they have no shot to get through I worked in the Inland Empire in California there was a range Cucamonga quakes and the stand bring you know spirit people love those teams they weren't even interested in driving to see Dodger Stadium they wanted to see the nineteen year old to the twenty three year old or even the twenty seven year old looking for that one shot and they can identify with those teams to me will be a very big help your move I kinda salute Bernie Sanders for going after it but then when he goes and turns around and says I want those players paid more wait a second yeah usually base was cut the rope payroll don't go into their payroll and say play more you still keeping the dream alive that's enough all right Super Bowl already sold out I think that's the earliest of that that's happened about what five years the game is on fox I guess we're expecting really big ratings one yeah it's going to be in Miami unless he was the first time there was a bad game in a long time but Miami last time it was there member prince played at halftime and it rained so we'll see this can be better this time with box now that we got rob going calcium the mixing the seems to be a little crazy and still has a very nice build so I'm very curious because I think baseball has skews me football is kind of beaten some of the doldrums for the last few years when the president called him out for kneeling and so many others were taken any I think they really got on the other side of it now and I sense of people love it and I said to say it but the gambling certainly helps too people love gambling on the plays and weekly doing it outside Vegas Atlantic city right now you can sit in a bar in New Jersey with your little iPad watch the game on the box the the make of back on every play even comes along is terrific stuff yeah by the.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"I apply the same principle in on the consulting side. I can control the number of people I work with the title, people who I work with and, and it's in. It's a great thing. I'm not trying to be the biggest the baddest. I'm just trying to, to, to, to have the biggest impact with the right people. That deserve, you know, that level of, of, of intuitive coaching, if you will. So Randy's got a book nice guy. Community. It's called started build it grow at the contractors guy to success. If you're a contractor, you definitely want to pick up a copy of that book, it has been a bestseller, and it will continue to be on that on that list of growing books. Just make sure you pick up a copy against started. Bill grow at the contractors guide to success. How was the, the book just take off your rubers hat for a second and put on your, your authors cap, how is it writing a book was it an easy thing for you challenging thing for you would what was your what was the ups and downs? And that's I'd it was, it was interesting member. What I said about knowing my strength, witnesses details in and not just like sitting down and be on the focus at this whole ADHD thing going on now as entrepreneurs do. So. It was definitely a challenge, but I was able to, you know, dial in, you know, I'm, I'm really, really strict with my time, like my, my calendar. My schedule is very important. So I've locked in a specific amount of time every week and just held myself accountable to work on it. And it took a little over a year. Yeah. Partially. Because I got about halfway through. And then I scrapped it and redid it. So, you know that's the that's just the entrepreneur, that on for Norway. Right. So I complete change the idea. Now, what I was working on might into my second book here in a couple of years, but for now, so got about three quarters the way through or actually about halfway through. And I was like, no this is where can stop. So I made my own bed there. But it was it was a fun process learning process. You know, you step outside your comfort zone and, and it was it was cool and working with Becerra publishing was made it a lot easier. They have the whole system, just. The step twos of three like work on this for X amount of time hour-long sakes to do that, in just kind of walk you through the whole process. So there's also a level of accountability there, too. So it was it was worth the investment for shops -olutely. Yeah. Robin his his gang over it. Bestseller publishing doing amazing job. And we've had so many of their authors. Come on our show, and they share a great message, and they do it, professionally. So I know that I know that he's only bringing in the, the premium crop to his to his business, which is, which is really cool. And you also have a podcast, the start Bill the start build grow show. So how did you get into the podcasting game by accident? Okay. Well, you're, you're fifty some on episodes him by accident. So you must like it as you were killed. I also have a also I also have a vestige Senate digital marketing firm, so we have three businesses that I run along with some, some, some real estate holding type companies investment companies so to the marketing space and I love marketing school for it. So a buddy, my partner, he's the actually, the, the owner of the company, he reached out to me shoot a year and a half ago. And we just connected he was like, I'm gonna do a free video for you. Let's disconnect. Bubble, blah, next thing, you know, we're like, hey, man. Why don't we just go live on Facebook? I think that the roofing academy and the media company, we can, we can kind of facilitate both of those if we kind of collaborate and putting a message out there and we like all right, cool. What the idea was? Let's share the entrepreneurial story in the in the contracting, trades and roofing spaces nine like the blue collar entrepreneurial story is essentially what the premises of the show, and we're like, well, maybe we can get not answering go online and do the Facebook live thing and build not into that way to try. To build up our group and that sort of thing next thing, we know about ten episodes, in, you know, somebody commented like do you guys record this for a podcast. That's a pretty good idea. All we gotta do is just make the I'm assuming you're either on Libson or one of the different hosts companies. And, and, or whatever I know that Nick handles, most of the back end stuff that, but, but yeah, it's just a matter of flip a switch. And now you have a podcast to. Yup. So now we just record it. And take the audio and convert it and put it on all the different platforms, and in just the numbers just keep going up and up. And we're like that's pretty cool. So here we are. I before I before I connected with you today. I went on now. It doesn't appear yet, but it will probably in the next couple of days. I gave you a five star review after listening to one of your episodes might these guys are good. Because I I've course, I've course, want to put in my critical thinking I, I had offer you some, some advice right out of the gate. I'm like shit. Why did I do that? I'm like, you know, because we are about, as Rosza gets to talk and business. And we bring on guests, and we really try to share their story and a so much of it just comes organically, because we film, it live, that's able to answer live questions and get live interactions, which. Is awesome. But it also probably creates some level of distraction or whatever. But it keeps it raw keeps it real in his real conversation in and we're getting a ton of positive feedback. So any instructive criticism Amal ears will do try to make it is gives can thanks Randy. I, I appreciate you. You let me let Maezono genius enter your world fit. Whatever degree that, that will happen. But man, you got a great message a truly a genuinely nice guy. And that's and that's sometimes it's just is the difference between success and mediocrity in the in the world of business. So I appreciate you being here and sharing your message with our community. I appreciate you having me man. It's been a great great combo. Will we get to connect again soon? Hey, nice guy community never underestimate. The power of nice special thanks to Randi brothers for being on the show today. All of his information including access to his podcast start build grow show and his book, started build, it grow at the contractors guide to success will be, right there in the show notes. Don't worry about spelling it here. You're gonna pull over later or after you're done, you get to the office you click on the show notes, you can see it. Right there. Steve. O rien. Go ahead and take us Abba here for the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian. Thanks for listening bartender, Doug. Here's going to have Cosmo, and stricklin is going to have a fireball on the rise. Not the little glass. Yeah. The big one twenty four. Answer. Oh, and they both like a little umbrella. Just gimme the bottle and charge him as much as you can..

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"steven brian" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Surgery to excise the lesion as well as a lymph node biopsy one year later, he developed another lymph node in his right groin and had surgery to remove the lymph nodes there four months after that. He was found to have distant spread of the melanoma to the liver and pelvis. He was started on immunotherapy with a great response. Some of his meds. Aesthetic lesions are no longer visible while some continue to shrink. Brian. My is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin he has been married for twenty seven years and has two children. He was diagnosed with melanoma of his right shoulder in September two thousand fourteen from the mole that was found in the middle of his tattoo during a different procedure. It was found that the disease had spread to the lymph nodes in his neck, and he had surgery to remove the melanoma on his shoulder as well as all the lymph nodes in the right side of his neck. He was started on immunotherapy and one year later developed disease in his liver. He has had a good response to the most recent immunotherapy he was started on and has stable disease for the past year. Well, thank you, Steven Brian very much for coming to share your story. So Steve I did give a brief description of your medical history. But if you could tell the listeners a little bit about when you were first diagnosed with the melanoma, and what that experience was like back in two thousand sixteen. Sure, I was. Like, I said it was on my right leg my right calf. And. I was I was still Dr Clark. Marie that if it was anywhere else. I don't know what would have happened because they sit with my legs cross, and it was right there, and it was just a normal little mall, and it had a little white that in the middle. It didn't look raised or any of the ABC's except for the little white dot in the middle, and I've had numerous moles removed over the years, and they're all nothing. So as well, I better have this checked out, and my dermatologist looked at it and said, well, I can take it off. It doesn't look too bad two weeks later she called and said it was melanoma. So we scheduled the wide local accession of the sentinel sentinel, lymph node and that came back negative. So everything was good. And we were just doing the observation in about a year later, I found a palpable. No in my groin. So I called and we had that checked out and it was positive for melanoma. So then I scheduled with Dr Clark, and she did the complete lymph node dissection of the groin Detrick Clark. How commonly do you see that where the sentence? Lymph node is negative as in Steve's case. And then you have to go back and sometime later ends up finding another lymph node, and you have to do a more extensive dissection. So it's not a it's not terribly uncommon. Unfortunately, so. Somewhere between ten percent of patients that have a negative sentinel lymph node biopsy will present with the lymph node in in the same base in that the sentinel lymph node was removed from and the reasons for that are are multiple it could be that. The mapping wasn't as exact or it could just be that we believe that melanoma cells can be dormant for some time while the immune system is really active, and then if there is sort of a decrease in immune system response than those melanoma cells can then start growing again at appear to time after the surgery, so it's a little unclear, but it's definitely unfortunate. And that's why there's still a lot of exciting even for patients that have had their melanomas treated appropriately. Because this is one of the things that everyone worries about absolutely now, Brian if you could tell us a little bit about your shoulder melanoma that you had that was found. It sounds like during a completely different procedure that you were having performed in the middle of tattoo. How scary that diagnosis must have been in. What was that experience like from the diagnosis? And then when you had tips surgery to remove it. Well, I had a major neck surgery, and it was during recovery where my doctor's assistant. Int- had noticed a lump in my tattoo and asked if I have noticed it, and I had said how often do you look at your back? And she said it didn't look, right. And after I would have to heal for a little bit for my neck. She said get it checked out, and they removed it, and I got the call that it was cancer. So. Very scary. Absolutely. And then when you had surgery to remove that mole in addition to the lymph nodes in your neck, how was that recovery for you. It was rough. I mean, I lost a lot of feeling in my neck. So and the back, of course, was the trunk that they took out, you know, it was very sore. But other than that it wasn't too too bad. And then both of both Stephen Brian were started on medications to try to control their disease since obviously had it had both in both of their cases, the melanoma had spread outside of the original lesion. So Dr Harker Murray, what types of medications you in the last segment, you mentioned immuno therapies, what types of medications were they each started on were they different. And obviously in those situations. Everything is tailored to the specific patient and the therapy that they need right. So the therapy that has been shown to help give patients their most durable response. In other words, last the longest is the immunotherapy. So in Stevens clay case, he. Has been receiving a medication called Navoli MAB which is one of those medications that takes a break off the immune system. He gets it through the IV every two weeks and in clinical trials it's been shown to help decrease the recurrence of melanoma. And by people more time about thirty to forty percent of the time. But only about fifteen or one five percent of those patients will have a serious side effect because their immune system becomes so over excited by having that by receiving that novelty map treatment. And fortunately after his first three months of therapy. We got a follow up imaging and almost all the diseases liver was gone, which is unheard of. Because the majority of patients we don't even begin to see response until ten to twelve weeks in and sometimes it's not even till twenty or thirty weeks or longer. So you have to be very patient with immunotherapy, and we're just thrilled with how his disease has responded. Brian's case was different. I I met Brian after his initial lymph node dissection, and he was one of those patients I treated with interferon. And unfortunately, it did not work. Work in his case. And he was just about nine to ten months into it. When he found that his disease had spread to his liver, and at that point in time that very month. I think is when the first phase two clinical trial results came out showing that if we used to different forms of immunotherapy called Bob and volume AB so the same drag deceived received, but we give them together. We can push response rates up to sixty percent. But we also then increases immune mediated side effects up to forty to fifty percent because Brian's disease came back so quickly, and there was so much disease within his liver. We wanted to be as aggressive as possible. So he got the combined immunotherapy made it through all four doses. Where we give it together and then continue to get the single agent of volume AB on its on its own. We got a really nice initial response at that all of his liver lesions and then after almost two years of the maintenance volume therapy for a period of several months, we seen no further decrease in the size of the relations. And so we stopped so on imaging he has a stable little sub centimeter lesions on his. Liver that do not let up on pet scans. So there's nothing we can see that looks like active disease, and he's now been off therapy for year, and is hope doing very well. And we know that patients who get durable responses to therapy can be alive in without progression of their melanoma freezing years. So that's what we really hope for sounds like a lot of really remarkable advancement in immunotherapy, especially in regard to melanoma. It is it's it's an an it is an exciting time to be a melanoma physician. Obviously, we're always looking for new ways to improve care. So we do participate in clinical trials looking at various combinations of immunotherapy adding in new checkpoint inhibitors to the ones that are already approved. We're also working towards getting a clinical trial up and running. We were actually going to use the patient's own cells, call tumor infiltrating lymphocytes, so remove a lymph node or other side of melanoma grow. The the lymphocytes outer white blood cells out. And then infused them back in along with other medications to help them work. Even better. So we're always looking for ways to continue to do better. Yeah. Absolutely. Now, Steve can you tell a little bit about what that experience was with the immunotherapy that you had to have every two weeks. What were some of the side effects you experience? Sure, I'm still in taking every two weeks. So yeah, I it was just a little nausea, a little fatigued noth- nothing. You know, nothing that would keep me home or I can still continue to do. I work every day. I do all my activities, I golf, you know, not having any of the adverse side effects that you do see the latest one that popped up and just because of Dr Harka Murray's blood test is my thyroid K became overactive. I believe oh underactive. Thank you. And but I wouldn't have known. So I have to take a pill every morning for that. But so overall energy you feel fine. You're able to do your normal activities. Haven't missed a day of work except for the or the days of my therapies, but have been on for about six months. Now that must help you feel more normal despite this obviously very scary situation that you're going through being able to live a normal life while still having this therapy. Exactly it is. It's so nice to be able to go to work every day. And do everything you really do forget except for that one day every two weeks where you have to go into the hospital, but it has been agreed brick great experience, and Brian did you have a what was your experience like with the immunotherapy that you have? I know you've been off of it for a little while now, but did you have any side effects, and how did that impact your daily life, quite a few side effects? The interferon was really rough. I had lost like eighteen percent of my body weight. And once we quit that when I did the other two combination drugs. I lost all my hair. I didn't have once that you hear me. Left. I lost fingernails, I lost toenails. At mild sores. I even at one point up, the skin rash covered. Probably seventy five percent of my body. But since then. As I started putting weight back on and I'm able to walk again with I used a cane for about a year and a half. But everything right now is on the up and up and happy to be through all of those terrible side effects to say, the least to say the least. And as I always tell my doctor. It's she's the woman that keeps me standing. In our last few minutes. Steve, can you just tell anyone out there? Who's listening who perhaps has melanoma has a family member who has melanoma recent diagnosis any advice that you can give them based on the experience that you've been through. Sure if you're going through therapy. The the big thing that I thought felt is make sure your diet is good before you go in to have make sure you're drinking lots of fluids and eat well and just kind of try to stay positive about everything. I know it's hard at this time but having a positive outlook in having great doctors like Dr Lori doctor really help out they such positive role models in your in your daily life and just having a good support system. It just there's not enough..

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"As. You're successful. Because you're you're it is. I mean, of course, you need to have a really good system behind you kind of working the entire process. But the last time I give myself actually, the better. I am. I don't think about it. I ask a lot of questions that I would ask curiosity is your keys. So if you're a curious person, and you know, anything about the person at all, and I do the same thing. I tell everybody to do that that is going through that what is the best practices for coming up with a great interview. L? I guess the first thing he did is is you look up the person's name on like YouTube. So you pronounce him, right? Because once you get past the pronunciation, like how many ways could you say HI t the could be a couple ways that you may be able to you may pronounce it incorrectly. Although we know him so it's Bucky Haight. But could it be height? Could it be? Hi, hi. I mean, there could be a number of different ways. So I get comfortable with the pronunciation name, and then I just go to their website and look at the about me page and check out a bunch of stuff. Look and see if they have a blog, look and see if they have any recent postal. Social media. And those tend to be the things that I really play off of is long as I have a good sense of of kinda what they do. But not really enough to know what they do like that whole divvy thing remember, the divvy guy, sterling's whatever his name was. But it was like, I didn't really understand it. So I was asking more questions from curiosity perspective you or too close to Benin's really present an interview that was if you prepare for Bucky, then you're in trouble. Because now you're going to be sticking to the questions instead of just letting curiosity be your that was the process. Be be unprepared with as many things as you do in life, and you will succeed. Well, improvise adapt and overcome. They. That sounds pretty well promised everybody that we'd be in under thirty minutes. And so we gotta stop right here. Although with the intro Nacho might go Scotia over, but it won't be more than thirty minutes. So you we ready to wrap it up. Yeah. We can we can wrap it up and since we have Tim here. One more time. We'll Tim to the final honours and do his thing. So Tim takeaway, Steve O'Brien take us out of here for the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian. Thanks for listening bartender. Doug. Here's going to have a Cosmo and stricklin is going to have a fireball on the rise. Not the little glass. Yeah. The big one the twenty four. Answer. Oh, and they both like a little umbrella. Just gimme the bottle and charge him as much as you can.

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"steven brian" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"And Meanwhile, I am going to put a large portion of blame on Magic Johnson. Let's hear it. So today. Bill or who's an excellent writer for the F letting that Brian he's I mean, his his better story today face right now, right better as a very subjective term Lindy's. He's got a better story today. He has written first of all about Luke Walton a little bit. What did he say about coach he says that Luke Walton last summer begged Magic Johnson and rob Pelinka to find a way to keep brook? Lopez and Julius Randle why? Because they're better than Lee. And Michael Beasley and javale McGee. Had they signed those Brian how good would they be if they had Julius Randle, and Brooke Lopez's better a lot better lot better. So that says to me one thing you'll get back to this fascinating. Article in a second that management has no trust in their head coach, right then and there before this season began this is this is to me is the biggest issue because if you go back to when LeBron join Miami, and you know, gets goes up there and starts talking Pat Riley you ever get the itch again. You know, and Saddam told the story lot about how that broke down and Riley stopped all of that. He said go shut up go back downstairs, Eric's bolsters, the coach going anywhere and Magic Johnson. Rob Pelinka genius has. But Magic Johnson hasn't have has not been behind. Luke. It's always been you know, he's gonna finish the season. We'll see basically five games in was the admonishment. When Magic Johnson said, this is absolutely unacceptable. It's one thing to have. For Luke last year the year before he was the guy who had more juice than anybody else in the locker room because everybody else was either on a one year deal or like eleven years old. And so Luke Luke do that. And he was the big name in the person in the organization in that way, use bringing LeBron James now now you need management to back your guy if that's what the deal is. And they never had. Here's the thing. Jeannie has backed Luke every step of the way, but magic and rob have slow, and I think LeBron his people indicated Calabro around the camp LeBron today would he would prefer to play for somebody else. So over the course of the year you've seen this fracture. And even genie has now I she hasn't backed off Luke, but Lucas done Lucas finished as said coach Lakers, and I think by the way completely unfair. I mean, but but life isn't fair. Yeah. He gets it. I mean, he's he sees the writing on the wall and speaking of. Unfair and crazy things. I mean, the Luke Walton thing we all knew Laker fans knew it was the cloud. The dark cloud that he's a goner and nobody has one hundred percent faith in. This guy's a head coach, but sports is so unpredictable, and then you know, we find out this weekend. And we find out today that you know, there are some out there who says what if what if Steven Brian if we entertain phone calls to get rid of lebrons James right now. And what hurt that from Jimmy did here that I do up. Let's am I going out of order. I know I'm the new gal. Oh, you're your new. You're new here. But you're doing well clock to Jeff Van Gundy said about Bron James over the weekend. The break fascinating Mason Ireland, Linda Cohn. Bryant Kevin itchy here. He SPN life. I I mentioned Ireland worked in our favorite catchphrase. Let's get after it during the Lakers game on Saturday. And here it is. Let's get after it say John Ireland catching onto the let's get after a train you weren't lying..

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Laid. That would be I probably can tell based upon oh, probably can tell based upon the the motion of your body when the list, you got laid once Ilkka. Okay. But we gotta go to the next off. That was that was I don't think we have a lot of time left. Oh my God. Thirty two minutes. Do we want to just? One more topic to do one more one more. Okay. Here's a quick one. This is a keyboard game. I just came up with this this morning. Okay. This is very quick. Okay. I want you to right now. Look at your keyboard? Press a key and like open up an app, that's like word or something. You can type in. Okay. Yeah. Can I can I do it right in the in the in the notes that were writing? Okay. Presa key vowel of owl. Oh shit. Okay. Okay. Got it. Okay. Presa key. That's a consonant. Oh, I'm sorry. I did it backwards start with a start with. I know so call. I know. Our? So it was okay. Right. Type of our. Random a random vowel? Yep. And then to random continents. Okay. Random foul. Okay. Random continent. Okay. Okay. You ready? No the game is called. Game is called made up word I ki- furniture or Swedish footballer. Okay. So it's called IKEA's furniture made three choices. There's ABC. What you just type you do one Val? I'm sorry, one consonant, and then a vowel and then to confidence and avowal, and then another continent, and maybe one consonant after if you want and you have to look at the word, and and you have to show it to somebody else and say to them. Okay. Is this word that I just made up is this I ki- furniture, or is it a Swedish soccer player. Okay. What is weed is soccer player though? It's just a joke like all the Swedes names like Kia furniture. Okay. Typed? Right. You just type b I e ex- right, right? I would say that. That's absolutely a piece of IKEA. Consonant vowel and then to random consonants Val. And another continent is a furniture, but you could probably short in the joke and make it make complete sense to everybody. If you just said is a made up word or be at peace of Kia furniture because the the the one that just. Yeah. Because I don't know anybody that Swedish. Yeah. Well, you know, the except for the chef from from the Ford year or more. Meatball deporting over the. Bore me me. That's. I actually have beaker and Bunsen or my my wallpaper at my office, computer. I love beaker and Bunsen. Now, we have we have routinely get confused with Ernie and Bert from the from Sesame Street, but I think more appropriately we could be beaker beaker. Bunsen right. If we keep doing this too much longer. We're going to be mistaken. Wow. Mortimer, and I was gonna say stab learn while we are the two guys hanging out in the balcony. Now. Those guys observers we tend to be we tend to be the guys on stage. I don't wanna be the observers good point. Anyway, I only through the Swedish footballer in because things are funnier in threes. Comedy is always funnier in threes. But you're right. I think a and b is more appropriate here this week footballer doesn't really true. Okay. Because it's not a real game. Doug now, why was that? You could do that. Like, what do you think about it? Consonant vowel, constant constant Val continent. Right. Like, you'd think. Oh, it's like, you know, how when you hear people speaking in Chinese. You're like you're not really saying anything come on ES someone. Why me I what I say people like you didn't really speak Chinese. No. Of course. I did. It sounds exactly the same. Right. But I keep furniture is like that. I mean, really you could do any kind of random combination of letters Vicks. Oh, yeah. I bought my big x the other day it totally. Totally. All right. Well, we got plenty of topics ago. We're going to pick it up again on Thursday. We have absolutely no voice mails to get in our way. So this is this is very good. So why don't we come back on on Thursday? Any final words of encouragement before we head out of here. Strickland. She's no that I just remembered something about I because I was there about a month ago. You're like you see the officer or room or something desk setup rate when they have the sample books there in Swedish. I did not know that they are. I looked through one of them. I'm like, this is really crazy, right? Their sample books like the ones that are actually laid out like the like the models like the ones that they're staged at the on their actual exactly splice not not not for sale. They're just sample books to show you what books would look like on your shelf like you would need to know what fucking books look like on your shelf. Right. But actually, they're all in Swedish, which I thought was kind of funny that is funny. So anyway. The alarm we gotta get rolling. It's time to go. Yeah. Yes. I think we have I left it. So I could send JJ I found a picture as I'm sitting here. I'm at my mom's house, we'll talk about that more on Thursday. But in I guess, this what had been in probably than the mid nineteen eighties. Maybe it's yeah. Definitely mid ninety as because I was married in the nineties mid-nineteen eighties. I'm looking at a picture of me, my my grandmother, my stepfather, my sister her daughter. So my niece, and my mom and my dog and me right in the middle of the photo with a coffee mug a towel over my lap, a sweater. That looks like it's Don Johnson sweater. I'm pretty sure and I have a Perm. Do you gotta put that on the Facebook group? I know I know I will get you spot. The loser in this photo. It's not in my relatives. God. That's what is what is that mugs? Say the I'm I'm Har it's hard to be humble when you're handsome as hell. Yeah. You and your Perm, right? That's what my mum says. It's hard to be humble when you're handsome is. Wow. Wow. Yeah. Hey, mom. You handsome as hell mug. That's the one I want. My team would have fucked. All right. We'll catch up with you guys on Thursday. Love y'all Steve O'Brien. Go ahead and take us out of here for the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian Philip your week with the nice guys. Side effects being clued tingling, numbness, urinary, incontinence. The need to watch the Kardashians. If you haven't erection for more than three hours. Call your friends to brag the nice guys on business is not for everyone. Console your physician before usage. Sir.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Worked as off to become one of the most famous wrestlers of all time, we're gonna take care of business tonight. And that's the bottom line. And now he's dominating the world of on demand audio and he's doing it for the work in man. This is damn good outlook spew abortion, my brain. This is Steve Austin on the league. Steve Austin show. I am currently I don't make Asian recharge batteries. But just because I am recharging batteries. We still got business take care of. In the meantime, we'll be playing some of the most requested Steve Austin show classics and been locked away in the archives. I got a great one for you this week. And here's my producer shown to tell you all about it. Have you downs day and welcomed another classic episode of the Steve Austin show. It's producer, Sean. And thank you for being here. You could list any other podcast in the world. But you chose to be with us today. And I appreciate that. And I appreciate that. You're going to be here to check out episode number seven Steve Austin versus the fly original air date, April thirtieth two thousand thirteen and this is a very infamous episode because it's exactly what it says Steve Austin takes on a fly with the human voice in a Mexican hotel room. Stays there shooting redneck island for CMT and him in the fly. Why get into a rumble? Do clash you get if you facts about flies from Steve beforehand, and this is quite the audio masterpiece. Let me say I have not heard this one until recently, and you are in for a treat. If you've never heard Steve Austin versus the fly. And if you see this match, you could check it out on WB best of great balls of fire volume eight, it's right after the Bret Hart vs Tommy g match it's quite the event. All right before we get to that. We're going to have this day. Stevenson history today being Valentine's Day February fourteenth in nineteen Ninety-three. In sibito, Louisiana w w tag team champions, Ricky steamboat and Shane Douglas, defeated the Hollywood blonds Steve Austin and Brian pill. Mun we had that same match on Tuesday's show and sounds like Steven Brian are making the town's doing the doing the loop. Let's jump ahead to nineteen ninety seven and Cincinnati, Ohio, the undertaker defeated Bret Hart Vader and Steve Austin. In an elimination match Steve with thrown over the top. But came back to interfere later in the match, and this was pretty much a run through for the final four in your house match, which is an awesome match. And you should definitely check that out on the network in nineteen ninety eight Tampa Florida Steve Austin cactus, Jack and Terry funk defeated triple h in the new age outlaws in a no Deke match, and this itself was also another repeat from Tuesday show and also sort of a run through for no way out of Texas, which took place the next day on February fifteenth. The only thing that's matches missing is Owen Hart on Steve's team and ova on AAA team. And also as the name implies on February fourteenth nineteen ninety nine it was w Saint Valentine's day massacre in Memphis, Tennessee, which was headlined by stone cold Steve Austin, defeating Mr McMahon in a steel cage is match also saw the debut of Paul white, aka the big show. And if you go. Back in the archives to about this time last year. I think Steve did a watch through in real time watching this particular match, and you can dial up network and watch long with Steve if you pull up that episode so that your day Steve Austin history for February fourteenth of guys all enjoy your Valentine's Day coming up after the break. Steve Austin verses the fly on a classic episode of Steve Austin show. Listen up the sports action NBA NHL in college basketball out of ever. And each game becomes that much more important, for instance, in college basketball, the Tennessee volunteers are in the top spot while the Duke blue devils and the university of Virginia ain't far behind and keep your Nevada, Gonzaga and.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Must embrace definitely pick up your copy on on Amazon dot com. Hey, john. We only have a minute or two left before. I gotta let you go. Because I know that you guys are on a really tight schedule as you're promoting this book. But can I ask you to take off your author hat and your leadership hat for just a quick second? And talk to me as a as a guy that that had at one point just a a blossoming business to a new business somebody that was an entrepreneur trying to get into the speaking business in and boom, you're boom your own business. What were some of the early habits that you could share with somebody that you might communities says I would really wanna be like John or I want to be a little bit. I want to write a book or I want to do the stuff. I want to get up on stages and speak around the world. But it's gotta start like with some easy habits. So can you give us one or two that you might have gone through in the course of your your growth? Yeah. Sure can be glad to Doug one of us is asking good questions. When I when I started speaking, I was speaking with with people twenty five thirty years older than me, and they were great motivational speakers. And that's kind of where I was headed. And I began to ask myself a question what's going to set me apart from them? I mean, wh what do I have to offer what kind of gift do I have? And I came to the conclusion after asking that question for six months that I was going to be instead of a most motivational speakers that'd be a motivational teacher. And you know, I was not only going to make them feel good while I was on stage. But I was going to give them something to build their life on. I was going to give take home stuff. I was gonna give application stuff, and then I was never gonna against speak without resources and tools that could of their hands. And that was a distinguishing difference. When I when I wrote when I wrote started the leadership righty as an author. I looked at the few leadership bookstore in a lot of. By the way out there in the early nineteen nineties, but but I looked at a few of them, and they were all basically, either you've got it or you don't have as a leader. And I thought that's not right. I think you can develop yourself as leader. So I wrote developing the leader within you. And again, it set me apart because it was the first book out again this being I being flexible being able to to be adaptable. It was the first book I said, you can develop yourself as a leader, and you know, the human huge all-time all time bestseller. But but the point being I think that you really have to know what you are gifted in getting your gifts on because unless you're the top five percent, you're not in the game. Anyway as far as excelling. So the only could be in the top five percent if you're in your gift zone. So, but when you're in your gifts owed, then say, okay, once going to set me apart from everyone else and ask that question until you satisfy with an answer that sets you apart from everyone else. And then all of a sudden, you're unique in your fresh, and and and people will begin when a. Here you that's I I asked I still myself that today everyday, you know, what's going to set me apart. Let's go to give me what's going to give me the bench because what I found and discovered. This is this is a thirty minute teaching itself. A little diff- a little difference today. Does a little different today. If I've consistent with it for the next few years, whatever a little difference today is gonna be a big difference tomorrow. And my brother thank you so much for sharing your wisdom. And of course, your message, and I'm looking forward to get in this book in the hands of many, many of those of that are my clients also because I know that they're going to pull a lot of value from John C Maxwell leader shift eleven essential changes, every leader must embrace. Thank you for sharing. Your message on the nice guys. Really? Appreciate you being here today. Great to be with you. Thanks a lot. For the nice guys on business. The only podcast I provide voice for and also actually listened to. I'm Steven Brian. Well, that's what I tell them. At least listen to the beginning. In the end all the stuff in the middle is just yet gig IC yak.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Okay. No, no, no. That's that's not where he says. It's a fucking excellent idea. The foul. What else would that word be? That's one. Excellent ida. What other word would you put in there? I don't know. What like I can understand when people are like, oh, no, no, it it wasn't that it might have been this. But what would this be? You would put in there that would fit play again and excellent idea. Sounds like an excellent idea. Yes. Yes, that's fucking exit idea that sue. So what else would it be saying? Can you keep that clip is a permanent addition to the nice? Totally totally ought to do that. Oh my God. Oh my God. Could even go really well with this. No, I wanna save. I wanna save the Benny hill music for your. Eatery your speed. I don't I don't, pardon the expression. I don't want to taint. You don't wanna you? Don't wanna burn it out. I don't wanna take Benny hill. Oh god. Fuck an excellent idea. You do it better that you could actually. So what else would that be? I know right. What else? Could he be saying? Right. What I'm trying to even find on like what else it could possibly be. I don't I don't see a possibility. What what he meant? Hey Grover did use wear on Sesame Street. I don't I don't know what the intent was. I mean, what were the words? What should they have been? Is anybody commenting about this? A what you hear depends a bit on what you expect in reality Grover is saying that sounds like an excellent idea. Listen to the video again, you probably hear it that way this time. Okay. So that sounds like an excellent idea. Okay. I'm listening to it with that in my that sounds like an excellent idea play it again sounds like an excellent idea. Okay. Wait a minute. Maybe let's go. We take listen. Okay. Excellent idea. Oh. Okay. That. Oh, okay. Wait. I can't even. Okay. Now, it totally make sense. Okay. Now, like an excellent idea. Okay, tonight sense. But now, I can't even hear the the f bomb. Why can't if I if I listen? Okay. Well, I totally make sense that he'd says sounds like an and. Fucking excellent idea. That's what let's go back to that one. It's a fucking excellent. Yes. Yes. A fucking excellent idea here. Oh my God. That's amazing. So amazing aid in ways Levy, either very easily could be it is. So fucking amazing. The and I just said it sounds like an excellent amazing. It's what's so great about it is it goes back to that whole thing with the with the blue dress versus the black is bluer black or whatever it is is like what what you are listening for you are hearing so those that are out there. Let's let's set up a poll on the nice guy community set up a poll. Please Strickland, please do this please. Please. Okay. Do you? Hear the words a fucking excellent idea or that sounds like an excellent idea. And then at and linked the clip on the poll. Well, now that I know what he's actually saying. I totally can hear what he's supposed to be saying sounds like an excellent idea. I can totally hear it now. But yeah, now, it makes sense that is a mess financing. I don't even hear the f bomb when I. When I listened for the words that sounds like an excellent idea like lay at one more time. Oh, got to funny. Idea. Yes. Yes. Sounds like an excellent idea. Okay. Okay. So nice guy community. Do this do this. This is the best thing ever. Listen to the clip while you are reading the words, listen to it twice the first time, listen to it as that sounds like an excellent idea that is what you'll hear. When you look at the words a fucking excellent idea. That is the words that you will hear while my mind is blown more. So than the eight of diamonds, actually mixed. Eight. Two things two things in the last few months at have blown my mind. That is a maze. Ing amazing. So so funk in fans loyal listeners. If you say that you never learn anything those guys on business. Hey in the last year, you've learned two things come on. That says a lot. I mean, two hundred dude I am going to hold on a second. This is now going to be a part of my prison. My my keynote, I am I've just put this into my keynote you hear what you want to hear in life. What do you hear? When you hear this Grover clip. This is a mazing. I you're just trying to work the word fuck into your into your keynote against. No. So yeah. You got a little bit. And you were right. You're right. I don't wanna go. I don't want to rehash that conversation because. Well, it was that it wasn't that. I said the word it's that. I put it up on one of the slights, right? Fucked up. Wow. Funny, though, it was good. I was really good. No, I don't wanna denied ever happened. I just want to a now I actually can work it in without having to be like obvious about it. Right L, dude. That was that's big balls. That was great. What a this is. This is amazing. I gotta fix. I wait a minute. I got a bookmark this page 'cause it's crazy. Okay. Okay. Maybe hey, maybe we could get Grover to to. It's like thirty seven minutes, and maybe Grover could call us out at the end of the show here. You think? Okay. That's fine. So how does how does Grover do get him? He. Stephen, Brian, you have steel that's an excellent that's fucking excellent idea. All out of here. For the nice guys on business. The only podcast I provide voice for and also actually listen to. I'm Steven Brian. Well, that's what I tell them. At least listen to the beginning. In the end, all the stuff. The middle is just yet kick kick kick.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Okay. No, no, no. That's that's not where he says. It's a fucking excellent idea the foul in what else would that word be? That's a one excellent Ida. What other word would you put in there? I don't know. What like I can understand when people are like, oh, no, no, it it wasn't that it might have been this. But what would this be? You would put in there that would fit play it again and excellent idea. Sounds like an excellent idea. Yes. Yes. That's fucking excellent idea. So what else would it be saying? Can you keep that clip is a permanent addition to the nice? Totally totally ought to do that. Oh my God. Oh my God. Could even go really well with this. No, I wanna save. I wanna save the Benny hill music for your. Eatery your speed. I don't I don't, pardon the expression. I don't want to taint. You don't wanna you? Don't wanna burn it out. I don't wanna taint Benny hill. Oh god. Fuck an excellent idea. You do it better that you could actually. So what else would that be? I know right. What else? Could he be saying? Right. What I'm trying to even find on like what else it could possibly be. I don't I don't see a possibility. What what he meant? Hey Grover did use wear on Sesame Street. I don't I don't know what the intent was. I mean, what were the words? What should they have been? Is anybody commenting about this? A what you hear depends a bit on what you expect in reality Grover is saying that sounds like an excellent idea. Listen to the video again, you probably hear it that way this time. Okay. So that sounds like an excellent idea. Okay. I'm listening to it with that in my that sounds like an excellent idea. Played again sounds like an excellent idea. Okay. Wait a minute. Maybe let's go. We take listen. Okay. Excellent idea. Oh. Okay. That. Oh, okay. Wait. I can't even. Okay. Now, it totally make sense. Okay. Now, like an excellent idea. Okay, tonight sense. But now, I can't even hear the the f bomb. Why can't if I if I listen? Okay. Well, I totally make sense that he'd says sounds like an educated and. Fucking excellent idea. That's what let's go back to that one. It's a fucking excellent. Yes. Yes. A fucking excellent idea here. Oh my God. That's amazing. So amazing aid in ways Levy, either very easily could be it is. So fucking amazing. The and I just said it sounds like an excellent amazing. It's what's so great about it is it goes back to that whole thing with the with the blue dress versus the black is bluer black or whatever it is is like what what you are listening for you are hearing so those that are out there. Let's let's set up a poll on the nice guy community setup Opole. Please strickland. Please do this please. Please. Okay. Do you? Hear the words a fucking excellent idea or that sounds like an excellent idea. And then at and linked the clip on the poll. Well, now that I know what he's actually saying. I totally can hear what he's supposed to be saying sounds like an excellent idea. I can totally hear it now. But yeah, now, it makes sense that is funny thing, I don't even hear the f bomb when I. When I listened for the words that sounds like an excellent idea like lay at one more time. Oh, God to funny. Idea. Sounds like an excellent idea. Okay. Okay. So nice guy community. Do this do this. This is the best thing ever. Listen to the clip while you are reading the words, listen to it twice the first time, listen to it as that sounds like an excellent idea that is what you'll hear. When you look at the words a fucking excellent idea. That is the words that you will hear while my mind is blown more. So than the eight of diamonds, actually mixed. Eight. Two things two things in the last few months at have blown my mind. That is a maze. Ing amazing. So so funk in fans loyal listeners. If you say that you never learn anything those guys on business. Hey in the last year, you've learned two things come on. That says a lot. I mean, two hundred dude I am going to hold on a second. This is now going to be a part of my prison. My my keynote, I am I've just put this into my keynote you hear what you want to hear in life. What do you hear? When you hear this Grover clip. This is a mazing. I you're just trying to work the word fuck into your into your keynote against. No. So yeah. You got a little bit. And you were right. You're right. I don't wanna go. I don't want to rehash that conversation because. It was it wasn't that. I said the word it's that. I put it up on one of the slights, right? Simpson. Fucked up. Wow. Funny, though, it was good. I was really good. No, I don't wanna denied ever happened. I just want to a now I actually can work it in without having to be like obvious about it. Right. I'll do that was that's big balls. That was great. What a this is. This is amazing. I got I wait a minute. I got a bookmark this page 'cause it's crazy. Okay. Okay. Maybe hey, maybe we could get Grover too. It's like thirty seven minutes, and maybe Grover could could call us out at the end of the show here. You think? Okay. That's fine. So how does how does Grover do get him? He. Stephen Brian you want to have steel that's an excellent. That's I fucking idea. Out of here. For the nice guys on business. The only podcast I provide voice for and also actually listen to. I'm Steven Brian. Well, that's what I tell them. At least listen to the beginning. In the end, all the stuff. The middle is just yet kick kick.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

09:52 min | 3 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"You. Act. How you behave in those countries. Yes. Yeah. Because I would I would have to imagine that that European culture. Let's say or any culture overseas would be completely different. I mean, I don't know the differences because I've never run a company other than a company here in the US. But I know culture is is a huge indicator of how how companies are run. I mean, even things just like free time. You know, when you're talking about a a company that's run in Europe. I'm assuming they put a lot more emphasis on on rest. Relax asian. You know, it's not just go go go all the time unless I got that wrong. Well, my European well let let me say the business Iran in Europe was in Ireland. So certainly there there is a more for gogo outed chewed, my experience working in a European corporate entity was certainly there was a lot more relaxed approach to to business. However. There was still drive to get results. And just wasn't the pressure to work long long hours to achieve it right on my time in Japan as certainly results where important though, they weren't always the most important thing on it was really, you know. So my first business experience was was was Japan straight out of college. So I spent a lot of time there. So when it came back to Europe, it was a shock to see how different businesses approached, and I essentially had to relearn how I communicated with people in order to be affective in your versus how I was in in in Japan. And then again coming over to the US I had to relearn again, how to be effective because the levels of transparency are different. Right. Right. Yeah. So talk about for just a second. Again. I I started head down this path a initially. But then I I got off track because I was saying your experience between Japan Europe and the US. On like, there's gotta be a difference in culture, and how leadership works in all of those countries. But as you wrote this book, what was your hope personally? I mean, do you want to is this a topic that you want to speak about is this topic that you want to write about is this something that you thought another book was in? It sounds like you have another book in you as well. So what's your hope personally for from forward? Interestingly enough as I started at the beginning. I was shocked to discover that there was a book inside me. And then I kind of basted around the experiences my clients were having at the time on where they wear on what they were trying to achieve. So I grow kind of to help them and put on the ideas because a lot of the ideas, I tested on them. And so this is a cohesive framework can help them and as a consequence of writing this. I saw a shift than of. Okay, I can have that kind of an organization what kind of leader do I need to be in order to build that. So that's kind of where I'm my current direction is how do I help somebody be the leader who can build that kind of organization. So that's where the a if you will have taken a piece of of the book and just doing a deeper dive on it in terms of helping somebody alita become more transparent on being done, regardless of where the are what is their own business on within a larger organization is becoming a more effective leader on moving towards a path being a great leader. What do you think of the organizations like in it? I don't I don't understand the management philosophy specifically. But I think they're organizations like like zap owes that have said we're going to have we're not going to have a hierarchy. We're just going to have people that work for the company. Now, I think that naturally leaders rise to the occasion, and I think probably that was the onus behind, you know, making this this type of change this this kind of business structure, but what's your thought on organizations that are run? They're running the way of we don't have positions. We just have. We just have people, right? Yes. I read a lot about the the self management. If you will are. Organization self managing organization on I was fascinated when it came across that whole concept about it was like, wow, this is really really cool. And then realizing the as I mentioned earlier antisocial group. Does naturally leaders are going to be appear right within the. So there's always going to be a hierarchy on if you have an organization that doesn't take into account then it can lead to a lot of conflict within that organization. I think so I think so too. I just would think it would be a little challenging, you know, it's not just about the money that people are making. But it's like, well, you're not my boss gets tell me what to do. But at the same time, it it. It's it's good because you have people that would necessarily be put in a position of leadership that are taking leadership positions because they are rising to their own to their own level of their own genius. Exactly. So. It traditional hierarchy if you will sometimes limits the ability of people to show up, I'm BB leader. 'cause we have some leaders assume they're the ones who have to have a thority. They're the ones who hop have all the answers. So they will limit the ability of those worked for them. If you will to offer ideas and be productive. They don't want some leaders don't want to be outshined by their employees or ordinance. It's the the leader who doesn't have that kind of egos like if you're better than me look world here to get results on if you got a better idea in the mind, let's do it. Let's try it. And I mean, that's that's the leader who's a transparent, but also one who can develop other leaders an ultimately that is the measure of a of a leader has been able to develop other leaders. So this organizational structure, if it allows people to blossom and flourish, I'm all for it yet we do now. To bear in mind, the natural human nature a part of it as well. I'm not trying to put another structure on top of human nature and try to control it if we can guide it and let it free in a more effective way. Then yes, the organization's going to thrive. Those people are going to thrive on ultimately, I sense that the more we allow people to step into leadership roles on the more. They're comfortable doing so more and more business going to flourish on that just means prosperity for everyone. So once again, the book is called get naked how to create a business you love through radical transparency available on Amazon and also through ammends website. We'll put a link in the show notes before we wrap up Ayman just curious if we had somebody in our community right now that said, you know, I'm just I'm just looking for that one tidbit that one action item that I can put into place today to not only be a better leader, but to but to show the real me as as a guy. It's running this organization. What would be a what would be a good next step for them to take? All the so many I'll go I'll go with the first the the most important one which is trust. Ask yourself the question. Do you trust the people that work with you and your organization if not is not because of things that they do or things that I do do they trust me are Dwight trust them. And then just simply start learning to connect with people at a level beyond just the functional work level. You know, learn learn about those people on sometimes simply Hosking how's your day? How was your weekend? How what's going on can indicate that you care more about them than just being part of a team retooled to get results. Right. Right. And that that can start the process of building trust with people, and it is amazing just building a relationship with someone just by asking questions genuine questions about how they are what they've got going on just remembering a small fact that they may have shared with you just you know, a couple of days ago. Just those kind of things that have absolutely nothing to do with organization, but everything to do with. Building a relationship ups and building leadership skills through that. Yes. Unwanted important addition to that is if they have a problem, don't try and fix it. Or give them a solution? Just commiserate with where? It sounds like a good sounds like a good marriage. It's like tell your significant other or your spouse or whoever L them how to solve the problem. Just be there to kind of understand the listen to empathize with them and be compassionate. It's it's so funny how how or pret the corporate world corporate leadership follows really the same track as as personal leadership and personal development and relationship that you have just in your personal life as well. And she said it's relationships. Yep. Yep. And on a few can muster the most intimate relationships for yourself and learn to control your emotions, and how you react it's gonna be so much easier to do that in the work work arena. While Ayman I very much. Appreciate your your skill set. Your your leadership, your transparency, and for your your participation in the nice guys podcast today. Thanks for being here, man dunk. Thank you very much. It's been a pleasure. My pleasure. So nice guy community. Never underestimate the power of nice against special. Thanks to aim and Rooney for being here. Today all of his information, including access to his book and to all of his links will be right there in the show notes. Steve O'Brien, go ahead and take us out of here for the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian. Don't underestimate the power of nice.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:55 min | 3 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"So empowering, right? That's the best thing about it is. And this is the you know, what can people do? Well, it's a simple just reframing, your perspective and changing your mindset on how you view and approach failure. Because if we can view and approach it as not something to run away from but something to embrace it again. I think that the caveat is okay. We shouldn't glorify failure. We're not say like, oh, I'm gonna go fail. You know? That's not the point. And I think there's a great quote by John wooden who said that failure, isn't fatal. But failure to change might be. It's it's this idea that look we're not glorifying it. We're not in like we're not trying to fail. But we're also understanding that failures apart of doing anything challenging if we're really reaching beyond our current grasp if we're really pushing beyond are perceived, limitations and are perceived potential, then we're gonna fail, and that's okay. Because that's what teaches us we've been talking about. So I think just reframing that and embracing that discomfort is what really allows us to unlock our full ability and potential so things book again is called from here to there a quarter life perspective on the path to mastery. It was a I've looked at many of the reviews on Amazon, unfortunately, have not had a chance to to read it yet. But I it looks like a really cool book. And I and I'm going to dig in it was at Amazon best-seller in three different categories, including sports psychology, vocational guidance and career development counseling. And I would really highly encourage anyone that is in a nice guy community head over to. To his website. We'll make sure we put a Lincoln the show. So that you have access to the book in the reviews that are there as well. It was it a was it a fun process where you just stepping outside of the the book for second just in the in the mechanics of putting the book together was it a fun process for you. Or was like pulling teeth to put this stuff on paper. Do you think? I wrote my book in two thousand fifteen and it was it was I fortunately, I hired a book coach, which was my level of accountability. Said we're gonna write this thing in twenty weeks. I said the fuck I am. But we we did it. It was ten pages a week for twenty weeks two hundred pages whittle down the hundred and sixty five which is I think was the the edited version of it. So for me, it was just a process I just had to get through it. But now, I wouldn't say actually enjoyed it enough to do it again about you. You know, I have fallen in love with writing over the last couple of years. So there's aspects of it that I enjoyed. But you just hit the nail on the head. We always at the fall in love with the process whether or not we like it or not, right? And and it's a process, and it's a brutal process at time. So I mean, it took me a year and a half from start to finish. But I'd puked out most of the first draft in two to three months, right? And then came the really not fun process of refining, cooling, editing, etc. But then you just learn. So much, and it's such a to filling process because it really is your own personal mountain that you get to climb and having that idea and then turning it into a reality. I think anybody who is thinking about writing a book or wants to write a book, I strongly believe that everyone that that has that desire should you're gonna learn and benefit so much from just going through that process. It is it's own personal development tool of a sense. Well, and it's it's such a huge feeling of accomplishment on the other side. And I know, you know, I'm not I'm not necessarily going to ask your opinion about the philosophy of writing a book is twenty percent writing eighty percent marketing, but you know, as well as I do that to get to to have a book that's number one on the on the bestseller on Amazon, there is a lot of marketing a lot of pushing. We would love to say that it was. Because again, I'm sure it's a well written book Fain, but I also know that it does come out to how well can you? Mark this book and promoted on social media yourself as if you I don't know if you sell published your. Headed traditional publisher either way. They don't fuck and do anything from publishers perspective. And then you're still left holding the bag doing all the marketing yourself. So from a marketing perspective, it probably was a a pain to push that thing out as much as it was. Yes, no. You're one hundred percent, right. The book that really helped me set. My expectations were perspective on that going. In was Ryan holidays book, perennial cellar and just as a great job of like slapping in the face saying. Yeah. Writings like, less than a fourth of the process like you said the rest is if not more important, if you're going to have something that if you if you wanna make and market work that lasts is said, so so I love I love your journey that you've been on. I love it that you have a podcast. I love that. You wrote a book I love that. You're a coach a lot of the same things. I wish that I had started. When I was in my thirties. Kind of where you where you put this whole thing together. I know you're a young guy. And I and I really respect what you've been able to accomplish in such a short period of time. And and you're doing it, man. You're you gotta feel good about it. Because it. It's something that it's a huge level of accomplishment to get to where you are at the that. You are. Thank you, Doug. I appreciate it. And honestly, I think another I love quotes and another quote that is just been on my mind a lot this season is from Bill Simon. He said that I was born on third base and thought I hit a triple A. I think that that's really a great reminder for me, you know, I've been given so much in life. I I didn't get to choose a family. I was born into I didn't get to choose all the the background, and my childhood and in all those things that have shaped inform me to who. I am. But I am going to embrace that in lean into that. And and the rally cry that had tried to give to others myself. Bailey is just take ownership of of your lives of the decisions that you make and the actions that you take and then to never settle never settle for less than you're capable of. We all have way more potential than we'd like to give ourselves credit for and if we can individually not settle not take the easier path. It'll be amazing to see what we can do not only individually, but societally and globally saying that I am looking forward to follow in your career. I know we we have we were fortunate enough. I was fortunate enough to have a phone call with the just about the podcasting space before this, and I said. There's something here. I want to get you on my show. And I was you did not disappoint. I appreciate your message. And you being here on the nice guys on business by thanks for everything that you're doing per sheet. Doug. Thank you and excited to have more combos in the future. Nice guy community. Never underestimate the power of nice again special. Thanks to to all of his information, including links to his his company and to his book will be right there in the show notes. Steve O'Brien, go ahead and take us out of here. For the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian fill up your week with the nice guys. Five episodes a week, isn't that like some kind of a war crime punishes waterboard? These poor people.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Somewhere. You're listening to fucking Neil Diamond's sweet. And these bangers come up next. The station. Crank it up going down. Frank it up and he's rolling. It'd be like. Cool. Exactly. It's it's pretty bare bones. It really is bare bones on the inside. It's it's so fun. I mean, God, it just it's it really is what driving us to be even like the smell of the brakes and the engines smell it just the I it takes me back to that. Not that I know what a car smells like from the nineteen sixties because I've never been in the nineteen sixties. But what I think it would smell like is exactly what this fucking Mustang convertible sound smells, like, you know, I used to play in bar bands. All the time when I played in bar bands. There was smoking in bars. Of course, like it's been banned. I think I don't know across the country at but a lot of places and at the end of a gig. I would come home. And it's this this, man. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll sweat and beer and smoke like cigarette smoke, and it's just the greatest combination because I acquainted with you know, happy. Playing music, and you don't get that. It doesn't exist anymore. Well, it's funny. You say that because when my mom used to come home from like out with my I guess, my stepdad because I think my parents were divorced. I mean, no, I know my parents were divorced. So I wouldn't have remembered the the smell when I was two years old. But when my mom used to come home from going out like a night of either just partying with my step dad or somewhere her jacket, and she was a smoker. My her jacket used to smell like and he was definitely a smoker smell like smoke. So I didn't attribute I I don't like the smell of smoke coming out of a cigarette. Like, that's really a little too harsh Romy. But like the like old cigarette smoke on a jacket. It reminds me of my mom coming home from Saturday night of of having to the time. So I don't associate that smell with a. Ooh, that's gross. I associate that with a that's the smell of me growing up. I same way for me. I mean, really when when somebody's smoking. It's like I wouldn't want to smoke like if I walk by somebody. That's smoking. It's like it definitely feels like. You know bar band time to may. I get. Yup. I hear you. All right. Let's put a wrap on this episode another great week in the can we still have a bowel Twenty-eight topics that did not get to. So we will get to those all next week. Make sure you please patron patronat patronize patroness. Yeah. Patronize Michelle Berar, just check out. The the the episode last Friday that we had with her. And also don't forget to check out the boots company is books. This is your interview on with Gionta John's tab. Yeah, it's coming. Yeah. It was actually let's see today is Thursday. It was actually I believe yesterday. That was that was probably one of the best episodes that I've had one of the best guys I've ever had a chance to actually interview a guy his company, I don't it does tens of millions of dollars. I I want to introduce him to Steve ultra so he can get on beyond eight figures. But but just a great guy wasn't focused on on only sharing his story. He was he was really focused on given just sounded by anybody. That is an entrepreneur that listen to the show go, listen if you're only Tuesday and Thursday regular listener listen to yesterday's episode. I forget it. You can just fast forward anytime. I'm talking just listen to John because he doesn't really good really really good job. All All right. Let's. right. Let's let's let's head out of here until next week. We'll see you guys Steve O'Brien. Go ahead and take us out of here. For the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian Philip your week with the nice guys. That's their story, and they're sticking to it.

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"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"steven brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Enjoy your day of sports. I know that's important to you. Because you have this. You get all your material from you. So do you watch all your sports, then you report about it on your podcast? Yeah. Our podcast staredown sports talk in real estate, which is ninety five percent sports talk and five percent real estate. We need to each podcast. We review the week. That was we talk about the best games. And what we saw. And then we usually do a little preview of what gains. We're looking forward to or what events in whether it's the Ryder Cup or the World Cup or the Olympics or whatever. And we just kind of just just like four guys from around the country would do if we're sitting around haven't bears together, we we do it over podcast through. And and and talk about sports, whether it's college or pro. It's a fun time. So yeah, I watched what is the game? What's the game? You're watching like, right? When getting ready to watch the peach bowl, which is as we're recording this. It's the first of the new year six games, even though it's not New Year's and then the two games later today are the two first of the playoff games. So we'll have Notre Dame and Clemson playing in the Cotton Bowl and Alabama and Oklahoma playing in the Orange Bowl. And the winners of those games will play on January tenth for the national championship. Nice. Nice. Well in enjoy the games. I have no idea of anything that you just said it just did sound like Charlie Brown rounds. Exactly exactly what I was going to completely tuned out as soon as he started talking about all the things that were going on in these young. Okay. Good. Well, have fun on the World Cup the World Cup. The Ryder Cup. My favorite is the beer Cup. Look forward to every solo cups. Exactly. All right. Hey, thanks for having me on happy. New you. Hey, happy, Sean. All right. Sean don't go anywhere yet. Because we don't want to get our send castor Hong, let's wrap it up. Doug. All right. Let's wrap up the episode here. We'll see you guys on Thursday. Steve o'brien. Go ahead and take out of here for the nice guys on business. I'm Steven Brian. Thanks for listening bartender. Doug. Here's going to have a Cosmo. In Strickland is going to have a fireball on the rocks. Not the little glass. Yeah. The big one the twenty four answer. Oh, and they both like a little umbrella. Just gimme the bottle and charge him as much as you can.

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NewMediaSummit and the Word of the Day is

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:16 min | 3 years ago

NewMediaSummit and the Word of the Day is

"This is Steve O'Brien and seriously. You've got better things to do than listen to the nice guys on business, like rearranging your sock drawer, watching paint dry, taking up Maccarone. But if you must listen, be prepared to hear some colorful metaphors. Parental discretion is advised. Coming up on the frigate frac show better known is a nice guys on biz my first time on this show. So, and I've heard about all the fucker e that ends up in a lot of your shows. How much is on this show? How much is it fitting on this? This has been spiritual awakening version of the nice guys on business. And just as a reminder, the word of the day is you see, Danny, there's a force in the universe that makes things happen. And all you have to do is get in touch with it. Stop thinking, let things happen and be the ball or be the nice guys on business. Either one is good. Well, looks like they pick their on wync to stop sniffing glue. They picked the wrong week to drink and they picked the wrong week to could end phetamine looks like they picked the wrong week to stop being assholes. Well, looks like picked the wrong day to give up the nice guys on business podcast that in sniffing glue that that there's a difference need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help. Learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. Hey, everybody, welcome back. Welcome back fans. My name's Strickland monitor on the other side of the microphone. This your duct Sandler. We have a cavalcade of beautiful women here in the room with us and Michael. Michael. So we're here the new media summit, and let's see, this is the Thursday episode. We're actually recording this Wednesday night. Wow, this is I don't know if we have quite ever come this close to the deadline. No, no. We usually do not record Thursday's show on Wednesday night, but we've just been procrastinating crossing, and here we are. Now we're going to have a lot of fun because we just had a great dinner with this great crew of people, and I couldn't even pronounce the name of the place that we went pop is Bob Papa die dough. Uh-huh. Do hop in fresh. So, yeah, Papa Domino's. Okay. All right. All right. All right. So why don't we pass them ice round in everybody introduce themselves. Okay, so here's what we'll do since we have many podcasters and potential podcasts or wannabes, why don't we say who you are? Say, what your show is maybe just give like a twelve second commercial on why we should tune into your show. If you're not listening, of course to the nice guys on business, Michael, you don't know which shows you have. All right. Well, we'll start with a beautiful woman to my left. Surprise surprise, funk in fans. It's JJ Haines, Shelby. So you already know me. So I'm going to pass the mic. Which which one, which one he seven shows Kanai would like you all besides coming on the nice guys, funk and fan cruise in December. I would never come on the next cash. Oh, I would like you to listen to women men and relationship. So you can hear Doug. I on the second episode on Thursdays every week. That's what I want. So women men, relationships. Amazing what's up everyone. It's I am ruby host of the love punch podcast, and just listen. If you give a fuck, you will listen. And if you'd like to say, fuck, you'll listen awesome passing it on. Oh, I would like to say that the love punch podcast is the only pockets that I have heard that may of more cursing than the nice guys on business, and we appreciate that. And ruby, the host of the show actually has more tattoos than you and I put together who very true that is the truth. I can attest. In fuck tune into love fund. Hi, I'm Amy Schumer and I host inspired conversations with Amy Szuber. I don't say fuck a lot, but we do once in a while. You do. Maybe you might end by now that's an important place not to pause right there because that's what it sounded like to me. We don't talk a lot, but we do. Again, having to pass the mic. Very inspired conversations on those days. Trust me. This is surely Baldwin. The wannabe podcast her because I don't have a podcast yet. That's why I'm here learning about it. And. We think it's going to be called leadership curves or clean sheets. I don't know if you can do clean sheets because I think that that Matthew is going to take clean. He made it up for me, oh, and I found like she's not having sex. We're not going to be. She's not having sex. Oh, no, I am for sure. But not right now though. Right?

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Melissa Seaman- Following the Universe with Strategy

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

13:46 min | 3 years ago

Melissa Seaman- Following the Universe with Strategy

"Coming up today on the nice guys on business. I think that we all have genius at flows through us when we're when we're open and we're ready and we're staying in that flow state. Surely the can't be serious. They are, but don't call them Shirley. Meet an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. We're going to take a little bit of a walk on the woo side today. That's actually how I started my intro for you, and I'm like exactly, but I'm okay with starting a little bit on the Woodside see guy community. Melissa semen was interested me about a year ago and let me say this. She's fucking legit. Okay. I know. I know. I know. I know. I know we have some nonbelievers in our community, and I would have to say that. So recently I was probably I was probably one of them, but and then I realized the universe works in some serious fucked up mysterious ways and Melissa's gonna share at just spent about five minutes talking to her about all of the of the mysterious ways. The universe actually comes collectively to you, and I know you're going to get into his also some Melissa's about to share with our funky bands, the ways in which those ways those mysterious ways can actually come to life. But everything about Wu is what Melissa, at least in the beginning. I thought she was not. I mean, reading your bio and then getting to be a friend of hers and then getting understand it a little bit. She's af Stanford educated lawyer, business strategist, and. Leaders leader and dumb. She's gonna, discuss this thing called your soul gift. And again, if there's anybody out there, I want you just that does not believe or even if you do believe, just fuck you for just one second. Okay. Just to sit back for just a minute, just roll down your window of skepticism, just enough so that these next fifteen twenty minutes that than I are gonna talk will allow some bit of of of, I guess, knowledge let it bake in for just a moment. I'm gonna talk about Melissa's going to talk about what a soul gift is what your soul gift is, what your genius is. Stay tuned. She's here. She's gotta get forty at the end of his episode. Also what that was like. One of the most fucked up enter introductions, but you know, Melissa, you're so much more worthy of that. I could hit stop right now and do it all over again, but I don't think we want to. I think we should just roll or anything yet channelling baby channel. Okay. Well, let's start there because actually that was my first question I had written down is like, what am I gonna talk to Melissa about? I know I've had you on our Biswas podcast or we have had some conversations and I took your your soul gift challenge and we're gonna share with people how they can do that too, but what is challenging channeling? What a challenging, what is channeling? Can we start there to begin with challenging about are challenging right now? You know. I like you say, I'm an ex lawyer write a recovering lawyer, and I work with a lot of professionals late. I work with Silicon Valley executives. They work with company founders and and so for me like the whole woo thing at first when I got going with the wou I was now is not so much for it. But where I'm at now is we can put the stuff to work for us and it can support the bottom line. It can make stuff clearer. So the big challenge, I would say with channeling as people think it's something weird truth is the most brilliant company founders innovators, high end professional people that I work with, they are following their gut. They are getting into their flow state. They are following, you know, that sort of mysterious intelligence that moves through them without thinking too hard. Yeah. I look at the that voice that inner. The voice, and I just say, how can it not be? How could that not be something like channeling? If it's not if we don't call it channeling on our side, if we call it our inner genius, if we call it that gut instinct, we call them in that inside voice that whatever it is that you call it nice guy community. You can call channeling. You can call it your inner voice, whatever the fuck you call it, it just know that it's it's not just a blank stare stare staring at you. This is actually an energy force it's coming through you. Well, yeah, I only have to convince anybody anything because I just ask a couple questions like, you know, have you had that moment where you're standing in the shower and you finally unwind, and then suddenly that problem you've been noodling on for days the answer just downloads like, ooh, where the heck did that come from? And it might be an answer that you wouldn't have even thought of. It might be an idea that when people say, how'd you get that idea? You shrug and think, I don't think it is my idea. I don't know where it came from and I would say, well, that's that. That's what I'm pointing to is the fact that we're all. These, you know, on a good day, I think we're kind of empty hoses that we allow something really great to come

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Dan Sachs has a Million Dollar Greeting

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:25 min | 3 years ago

Dan Sachs has a Million Dollar Greeting

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 Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:03 min | 3 years ago

Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

"A science experiment gone terribly wrong. Here's what's coming up on the nice guys on business. I going to tell you when you said that like a hundred fucking comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so they're low. Andy walks. The bases loaded on twelve straight pitches. How can the nice guys Lael pitches that close? I, thou shall take out the holy pin, then thou shalt count to three, no, more. No less four, thou shalt not count, then count thou to expecting thou then proceed to three five is right out. Once the number three being the third number be reached. Then lavas thou the holy hand grenade of Antioch towards the nice guys on business need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now hero, you're. Host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner your fourteen percent or are we going to crap out? Do we need a quick episode. Oh, I see. They turned off the mega maze. So I've got a fourteen percent more WI fi before it dies and nuts. So it's ok, never. Okay. Joining to stop recording some reasons. Why that you need to tell me. Do we have anything private lives? Nothing. Right. Hey, look and fans. Welcome back. Welcome back by the way, whatever it is the beginning of this recording. I'm sure it's all going to be in the recording because you know what? There's nothing private between Doug and I, it's all about the fuck advanced love you guys in. We are completely transparent with you. I don't even. I can't even imagine what in my life would be so private that I cannot share it with the nice guys on business podcast. What would that be? Imagine anything so private that I couldn't share it with the three or four thousand people download every episode of this easy asked show. It's not like anybody ever held anything against me in really. I mean, never. I mean, I've, I've talked relationship stuff. I've talked health stuff. I've talked GMO things you and I have gotten in arguments. I've gotten in arguments with with ex wives. I've had my kids on the show. I mean, what? What else could possibly go wrong on this show? Well, having said that I'm going to spend the virtual meal. Yeah, I don't have the wheel because I'm not at home. Right? But I'm, I'm still in Connecticut. I know come for anybody that doesn't know anything about banking as listen to the Tuesday show. We talked about sensitively, so go back and listen. If you didn't listen, hang on. I'm looking through the topics because the tie what you just said about being transparent is one of your topics. And now I can't. I don't know on being transparent was one of the topics. I mean a happy to talk. About transparency but was topics. It was indirectly topic because it was something about your relationships. Where's that topic? Oh, yeah, yeah. Whitney. The topic was I wanted to my relationship, woes and successes. I wanted to share one men women, and that's exactly. Okay. Doug, go ahead please. It's actually actually so so JJ zan's. And created this other podcasts because struggle with tired of hearing, hearing me being the why. Why he knows bitch. Tired of it. So JJ and I while she had already had this show called, I spell the wrong actually put men, women and relationships as actually. But it is women men in relationships. Some. Sorry, I'm laughing because as you're saying that looking at the page in one note chain, you're making changes to Beijing. I wanna to make sure it's very clear what I did I corrected myself. So if you if you were curious exactly what has happened, speaking of total transparency, it's not that I don't wanna share exactly what has happened in my life, but Strickland is frankly, he's probably tired of hearing it for me and everybody that knows me because all they do is complain about how all I do is complain. So we're, we're talking about total transparency, right? Yeah, sure. Go ahead. I'm going to be totally transparent with. Okay, I am. I am far less tired of hearing about your relationship Bose. I don't want to say I find it interesting. Interesting makes them sound kind of trite and it's because your your relationship was more the trait. They're very important four before you share what you're about to share, though I wanna let you know that the next sentence that you say you're going to hurt my feelings. Well, maybe possible. Things more. What I'm totally fine hearing about your because I think any information about relationships, whether they're good better and different, I think is great information for people to hear and learn. I'm much. I'm not really tired of hearing about that. I am tired of hearing about how fucking corn is the worst on nude body in fucking GMO's in the chemicals and the all the fucking California should that you've adopted less two months. So hold up. Hold up. Hold up. It's interesting. You say that because when we had our production call just earlier tonight, I was explaining the trials and tribulations of trying to put my essential oils in my diffuser. Thank you. That's exactly piling on his exactly the kind of that. I am really fucking. That's the best that is the greatest thing. And then I held up a little a little jar of my Himalayan sea salt. I love this this entire experience here on the west coast. It's been so amazing. So. So. I'm sorry, did you owns now to calm myself? So I don't get upset to hear more about all of your California lifestyle, hey, strategy strikes. You'll you'll like this part though. I just made arrangements to have my Harley shipped out here so that my life will be will be coming slowly. The east coast will slowly be moving its way to the west coast. I will no longer just be able to transport myself from one spot to another in either my my beach cruiser bicycle mice, GameBoy or my skateboard I will actually have a motorized vehicle. So what you're saying is that when when you're cyncial oils are not quite there and win, your shock crews are not quite valid. I never said the words. Shocker I've is. You will be able to hop onto your fucking American-made Harley. Davidson. Motorcycle fucking crank it up to about one hundred twenty guests Ables of caffeine. Looking exhaust sound to drive around LA in piss off all the people in their silent Tesla's to get all those shock RAs back in light. Again, I approve of this one hundred percents oh my gosh, I love it. I love it. Well, I'm glad that you approve at least of one portion of my west coast lifestyle, but I have to tell you straight when you were here and you were hanging pull side and you were doing karaoke and singing who songs from inside the poll, and we would podcast inside the pool. You weren't fucking complaining then were you motherfucker. Shea shea? Yes, that is an excellent retort, Doug you. You'd make an excellent point. When I maybe I may have few words, but they are. They are wise words and their well-placed. My friend, well-placed, look, I really wanted to make that argument. I would make the same argument about that that I would have been about Vegas, right? I love going to Vegas. Vega since January. February? Yeah, long fucking time as a long time. For many months? Yeah, I would never alike visiting Vegas Vegas like escape. And on the trade shows, it's gambling relaxing? Yeah, I would never want live there personally. I kind of feel the same way away. I really like to visit. I'd love to see you again and I did. I loved have the pool hanging out with your friends and like recording podcasts at the pool and Chilin. I just don't think I could live there. You know what? I really like about it a lot. I think that I think that this was an unusual kind of extra bonus that it didn't realize that I was getting is then I love the fact that when it's nine o'clock my time, it's midnight your time, and I'm still feeling in that zone with you because like for me, twelve o'clock is was way too late to do anything, but you are always up for it for me, nine o'clock is like mice. I'm slowing. Downtime. So, oh, I do love the fact that I'm three hours behind you. Oh, believe me. That was not lost on me because right now, currently, as we're recording this right now, it is. It's nine fifty one in l. a. which. Right? It's twelve fifty one here at a cat annually fucking ready to go because that's just me. I'm just tonight. Was funny night person because I still get up at six or seven every day. I just don't sleep. I don't need to sleep. I. I don't get hired Marjorie yacht. Yup. Yup. Yup. Embarrassed Mark through, but I don't think she listens. We shouldn't that be wait a second. We make our fucking guest list new show. We don't make our own employees. Listen to this show force them. She's listened to a few episodes. I just don't think she listens regularly all the time. I mean, I hope she doesn't like I hope he doesn't show to sit. She's part of the team now it doesn't matter took I don't think. think. Seriously. I don't think she'd be embarrassed. Honestly, I don't even listen to our show. That she. So early on so Marjorie. Okay. Let's give a little backstory. Right? You love the details right old. Three Marquette, yes. So when I came out to visit the first time I've visit you and JJ. Right, and we're talking it was after San Diego, and we're just talking in very general terms, hey, turnkey needs some help, and we technical person. We may need some more MR and JJ says, hey, I noticed remarks, right? And she's great. And I, I really think she'd be right for you. And by the way, I think, let's let's reach outdoors you. She can come hang out with a site. You can be. Okay, cool. That was that was a good, hang out actually. So we call her and she's like, sure I can hang out today and you and me and Jane Martin, we all know hanging out drinking like tricky. Keep our red light long. Right? We had a great time. We Marjorie very well, we, we clicked. It was great. So not only was it that she had the right skill set, but she was the right personality type, right, great personality, great attitude, and I love her right, I do too. So we hired her on the teeth. She's now a permanent full time. Part of the turnkey team. You helping us out with all kinds of great stuff. So a couple of weeks. So we hire and martyr were chatting back and forth somewhere kind getting to know each other. And she reaches out to randomly calls me and she's like, hey, treasure question covers Russian. Like, okay, she's like. You don't seem to sleep. I said, okay, we don't know what you're the very well, but that is very stupid. Ulceration your for. Right. She just, how do you do that? And I said, okay, it's interesting question. And then she Laverick. She's like, look, you seem like a pretty fun, positive upbeat person. You don't seem to sleep much, but you seem okay. It's not like you're of Bogin tired of on whatever I right, right. And so I said, well, I gotta tell you through four or five years ago. I was that person. I was like sleeping law. I was so tired. I was down whatever. I'm I've repulsive outlook on life. You know, I try to look at the good things, but also I love what I do. Right. Like I love doing this podcast you, I love turnkey a love, our turnkey clients. I mean, most most. Go down that road. Right. Look as as most of you may know I work a day job, right? I'm a report data, annals for social solutions. I love angel. I don't do the job because all my gotta make other. Day job. And so my typical day hours a day eight or nine one. hours, right? I come home. I eat dinner, hail by family bid bid one. Have a cell phone with, Jared, I gotta tell you when you said that like a hundred footing comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so there. So the first comment that comes to mind is I'm not gay. I just let him suck my dick. Good light. Exactly. Who doesn't like you could blow job right. And then the second comment is, did we talk about sheltering twelve dollars from the government in blow job in the same episode? Because I just don't even remember. I think it went. I think it was about a week ago. We were talking about how we can find a tax shelter or something like that for the twelve dollars in turn key. And then I, I, maybe I meant to comment made a comment about a blowjob, twelve dollars. I don't remember. I don't know. I don't either, but by the way hall, dude, you do not need an excuse to call in and ramble about whatever we don't give a shit. We love the call. I do believe that was one of your other topics. Wasn't it? Forty? Two, forty, two DJ Jagger's that have a police Glenn. Anybody anything. You wanna talk about anybody who wants to talk. We are going to play the voice mail or not even gonna listen to a head of time. So if you wanna call forty two j Doug and just you excellent ex-. Okay. Got a couple of drinks a couple of scotches doing a skew expletives we don't. We're not gonna. Listen to head tower. It's gonna play. No, no, we want you. We want you to leave voicemails. Just go ahead, funk, and fans. Those that are out there. There's many of you that have not left messages in a long long, longtime Jared were or ever. We, Jared, we very much appreciate your messages. You keep them coming in, but all of our other funk advance. I can't name all of you because I know I know who you are. I know you wanna leave a message, please go ahead and pick up the phone. Forty, two forty zoo DJ Doug, we will play the message. You can even just babble for five seconds if you want to. We don't care. We just want to hear the message, please. We just want to know you're out there. We just wanted to use it. It's all good. Yeah, Jared, dude, we love you. You can call in as often or as many times as you want. And by the way, as Doug said earlier, if there are messages that you have laughed that you that you have heard on the show, just leave him get. Chips. I can't remember Doke sober and he can't. Excuse for me. Okay. All right. Now I want to get just one. I just want what is going on over there Strickland. It's passed. It's passed door. Okay. It's it's one zero, seven less call. I think some of the people the birthday party here there are spilling out onto the highway was going on. Exact, should I post the picture I sent to you the fire and everything like that. As well. Wait, have we done that? Where's Muhammed? Muhamed Chakib we need you back. My friend, my God, Muhammad, each's Muhammed. Where are you? We need to show our please gene. You just do a Google search for flies and then do something like root to it. I don't know that would be for Tuesday in the pudding. Pudding woman, wait a minute. Hold on a second. Okay. Let me just let me just try to make sense of what you just said. Okay. Well, wait a minute somebody. I think it's the birthday girls coming over here. Looking me. Hold on one second. Okay. Okay. Is it your birthday today? dude, like Okay. turnkey So work what was and the whole I get deal to bed with them by. bringing like little cupcakes I can't remember the last out time to you? for midnights usually I liked twelve it thirty lasts one by the one way. thirty, something Thanks. like that. I'm up What's by your name? six or seven. Hold on. I'm doing a punt. Yeah, you went through Tell this. You her went to through podcast. this period of time She's where she likes. She where backed off you like were mad afraid at yourself like or you're not talking. going to bed before midnight, and you actually Okay. tried to go to bed before midnight, So what's but your. you actually never never. It's Molly Molly really make never fly. happened. I think I did twice me. You'll Mike remember is called. you got mad The at nice yourself. is on this. You couldn't do it. And I think you gave We are up setting the what the every nice guys once in on a while this writer. seven Like hundred. How I'll many be ways doing you're my thing in thirty prison crews, episodes. like it's So eleven o'clock. we're I'll all be like. about how do you head and business? Fucking I did tired nice. and yes, I'll Oh, go to no, bed. Eleven. It's we like really don't it's like talk once a month that much. This every is other known month. about this Right. every I'm still once in a a while month by six stumble or seven. Usually on bizarre. in Marjorie We is drink like, how a do lot you do of that? Molly. I'm like, I saw really early. everything Bringing that I out do. like little I enjoy things. and I really And the she presented think to that's you. the key, right? What were You. they saying. If they're I just doing graduated that, you don't like for what doing, nursing. hey, somebody Oh my else God. to do, get rid of them quit the day job, do whatever. By the way Anyway, like she should I reduce would have your somebody hoped tangent. that is his first I completely name, not his last name. forgotten the core thing that we started talking about here. Mine's No, that's okay. I don't even remember most what read it was you either like congratulations on your graduating your relationships nursing school. was I was mistaken. well. Yeah, It but wasn't that's a birthday what party. that's why. I says So the if you initial wanna tune singing in about my what relationships, it was. Tapeh women say, men in relationships is the place what to go. were you seeing I mean, it's Strickland. JJ makes total sense of the fuck ary. That Molly is called doesn't my personal even know life. what the hell She was under being somebody she who's gets weeks and it. She her understands as it and congratulations she's so well-versed notice at it and analyze. Limbaugh. I mean, you know, I mean, you know how well how good she is Let's eat as that kind of on coach. time, but And the we actually have several people from trip our out community to see that have holocaust reached out to her survivors. and survivors. and have expressed an interest in her coaching. I think there are a couple people that have actually taken her up on the on the whole whole coaching aspect of things and and it was really, she's coach MU couple times by the way, again, not interrupted a man robbed. Yes, I've had a couple of scotch. Gotcha. Homer. Anything much. Or so. JJ again, like all over the place. Now it's one o'clock in the morning. I'm here from all over. The place are fine. I love it. You're drunk. This is great. Title. Schoenbach joke. So I'm Jay, Jay, Jay Jane. I have done a couple of sessions in. She's amazing. I just have sue shit on. I haven't had a chance to get back with her, but she's amazing. So. Okay, go ahead. None of. So what I was going to say was that. So when when I'm able to chat with her on as the as the as the temporary co host or maybe the part time could not temporary that Jesus, that'll be horrible and temporary Colo's to be the part time. Co host of women. Men in relationships was great about it is we take actually this entire fucked up thing that has happened to me in my relationships in my an and where I might look at it on nice guys as a completely like, oh my God, my life is going down this horrible. You know this horrible path and look what's happened. You know, when I come on her show and we actually ended up having a conversation about it. My life begins to make much more sense. Maybe every maybe an and we discovered this when we were in Baltimore, just just a week or so ago. And and you know, I'm I'm sitting there in the chair and we're having we're having Bret or is sitting there in the booth. And we're having a breakfast with a buddy of mine. And I said, I don't even know where this this, this, this, this thought came, but I'm like, hey, maybe everything that has happened in my life up to this point, the divorces and you know the the people that have been mad at me and all this, the the exile in the stress and the all of the shit that has happened in my life. Maybe all of that. If I'm looking at this from a different filter, if I'm looking from this at a different angle in perspective, maybe this all happened for a reason that is positive to teach me something that I'm going to be able to take the next part of my life. And I'm like, I would never have been able to think those thoughts. I would always been. I would always been thinking, why the fuck did this all happen to me rather than this happened to me for a specific reason and it was an intended reason and it's a part of this this just this this path that I'm on, that's this is. Contract that I have made with myself. And when you look at it that way, it's like nothing in life ever happens for a reason poorly. It all happens for to teach you a lesson. So that's what we cover in women. Men relationships if you want to a slightly still a funny part of me, but a much more serious funny part of me. Listen to that that show because we do get into kind of deep with with relationships here. Here's where we just bash everything going on in my life on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and that is that is okay with me or the beginning of the show were hash you for the whole California lifestyle? Yes. GMO's in the corn is not instable. Okay. The comment that you just made about in hate? Maybe everything that has happened to me is actually happened for he said, yes, if that is part of the California lifestyle that support I agree with. I'm going to tell you. Is my bell. Bell. That is my philosophy, our percent, they're no such thing as stakes. There's no such thing as bad things that happen to you. And by the way, this big overall picture big picture. Yeah, could almost maybe be considered business advice if you want to consider business vice. Although we haven't given business advice on the guys. In a long time. So I don't wanna break that streak ship, but we do. It's just only three fifths of the week is business advice, the two-fifths of the week, known as Tuesdays and Thursdays, which is also one hundred percent of your time, which means that the only common element in the dysfunction of our Tuesdays and Thursdays is used stricklin. Realize that right despair dot com. Won't you realize that the only comment denominator in all of your dysfunctional relationships. I love that anyway. So back to I am one hundred percent of the belief in the philosophy, and I am so down with this. I am so aligned with this. That. Bad things don't happen. Okay. Mistakes don't happen and horrible things. Don't happen there to things that happened there, either successes or there are less when something bad happens. It's not like over. Just fucking horrible. And why the fuck did this happen to me new? It's trying to teach you something who knows what it is. And sometimes at the time it happens, it just not seem obvious. It doesn't seem like this could be productive. It doesn't seem like this could be something positive because it's something so horrible. You know what? Sometimes you just got to be patient go, you know what? Positives and I am a hundred percents on our that. I'm feeling there is a little bit of business advice in there somewhere. And now you've gone and spoiled it for everybody. Dammit pay for those of you who only listen to the Tuesday and Thursday show and completely Shum the month. Monday was your Friday because you don't want MRs vice. I'm sorry. I apologize. I didn't mean to infuse just a tiny bit of what might be considered business advice into the to say, while I got you on while I got you on a little bit of Iran tear just just talking in general, just as your as your. River, your verbally vomiting here. Can you explain it? I'm not. I don't wanna get into the politics of this. I just want to get into the understanding of where we stand with this. Do you know what's going on? Because I have not followed it at all. Other than through my CNN alerts.

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 Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:03 min | 3 years ago

Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

"A science experiment gone terribly wrong. Here's what's coming up on the nice guys on business. I going to tell you when you said that like a hundred fucking comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so they're low. Andy walks. The bases loaded on twelve straight pitches. How can the nice guys Lael pitches that close? I, thou shall take out the holy pin, then thou shalt count to three, no, more. No less four, thou shalt not count, then count thou to expecting thou then proceed to three five is right out. Once the number three being the third number be reached. Then lavas thou the holy hand grenade of Antioch towards the nice guys on business need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now hero, you're. Host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner your fourteen percent or are we going to crap out? Do we need a quick episode. Oh, I see. They turned off the mega maze. So I've got a fourteen percent more WI fi before it dies and nuts. So it's ok, never. Okay. Joining to stop recording some reasons. Why that you need to tell me. Do we have anything private lives? Nothing. Right. Hey, look and fans. Welcome back. Welcome back by the way, whatever it is the beginning of this recording. I'm sure it's all going to be in the recording because you know what? There's nothing private between Doug and I, it's all about the fuck advanced love you guys in. We are completely transparent with you. I don't even. I can't even imagine what in my life would be so private that I cannot share it with the nice guys on business podcast. What would that be? Imagine anything so private that I couldn't share it with the three or four thousand people download every episode of this easy asked show. It's not like anybody ever held anything against me in really. I mean, never. I mean, I've, I've talked relationship stuff. I've talked health stuff. I've talked GMO things you and I have gotten in arguments. I've gotten in arguments with with ex wives. I've had my kids on the show. I mean, what? What else could possibly go wrong on this show? Well, having said that I'm going to spend the virtual meal. Yeah, I don't have the wheel because I'm not at home. Right? But I'm, I'm still in Connecticut. I know come for anybody that doesn't know anything about banking as listen to the Tuesday show. We talked about sensitively, so go back and listen. If you didn't listen, hang on. I'm looking through the topics because the tie what you just said about being transparent is one of your topics. And now I can't. I don't know on being transparent was one of the topics. I mean a happy to talk. About transparency but was topics. It was indirectly topic because it was something about your relationships. Where's that topic? Oh, yeah, yeah. Whitney. The topic was I wanted to my relationship, woes and successes. I wanted to share one men women, and that's exactly. Okay. Doug, go ahead please. It's actually actually so so JJ zan's. And created this other podcasts because struggle with tired of hearing, hearing me being the why. Why he knows bitch. Tired of it. So JJ and I while she had already had this show called, I spell the wrong actually put men, women and relationships as actually. But it is women men in relationships. Some. Sorry, I'm laughing because as you're saying that looking at the page in one note chain, you're making changes to Beijing. I wanna to make sure it's very clear what I did I corrected myself. So if you if you were curious exactly what has happened, speaking of total transparency, it's not that I don't wanna share exactly what has happened in my life, but Strickland is frankly, he's probably tired of hearing it for me and everybody that knows me because all they do is complain about how all I do is complain. So we're, we're talking about total transparency, right? Yeah, sure. Go ahead. I'm going to be totally transparent with. Okay, I am. I am far less tired of hearing about your relationship Bose. I don't want to say I find it interesting. Interesting makes them sound kind of trite and it's because your your relationship was more the trait. They're very important four before you share what you're about to share, though I wanna let you know that the next sentence that you say you're going to hurt my feelings. Well, maybe possible. Things more.

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Thursday in the Time Machine

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

04:30 min | 3 years ago

Thursday in the Time Machine

"Broke. I always, I always being recorded the day that that Doug was organizing his movers out of his house and studio is absolutely blank. So just so you just so you know, that was the day that you may not realize that, but that's the day that my my wife kicked me out. I don't I don't know. know. We're talking to Richard non guard about viral leadership. His book Vira leadership sees the power of now to create lasting transformation available on Amazon dot com. I got Richard here right now just to share a little bit of information about the book. Richard goal, Golan businesses to take the success of the moment, but to create something sustaining. So the book takes you through the four quadrants of our leadership, engaging viral teams and creating innovative ideas and getting ownership by and for those things all on a fundation of a culture of engagement and following that strategy businesses, whether it's solar preneurs or a large business than has the opportunity to really enlarge their footprint to be seen by more people to increase the opportunities that come their way and most of all to create happiness. What's really cool about the book every check it out goal setting versus intention saying the difference between those two I would. I was learning. I was. Goal setting all along why should probably have been intention setting. So the book covers that. How had you create opportunity? Is it directed as it caused? Is it organic? Where's that coming from and how to create a viral success really interested in that as well. Check out the book. The link will be in the show notes. IRA leadership sees the power of now to create lasting transformation. The nice guys on business podcast, the sport does the motor heads geeks, sluts, blood sway stories. Do we stick heads? They think their rights just dudes. Need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. All right. Strike starts up again. Hey, welcome back. Welcome back fans. It is now Thursday in our time machine and we are back with our funk infants takeover. Once again with Virginia Muzquiz JJ full Zene Ali from Finland Janney Bellinger Tennessee, Tim, Paul Brown and now just jumping on Marcel as well. And, hey, Doug Sandler might and you Doug Sandler. Are you doing? Wait a minute. I don't know Marcel. How do I know Marcel? Why don't you go? Where did I say you Marcel Marceau. He's Marcel no relation to Paul Brown Marcel Brown, right. I was going to say you're, you're a good looking guy. What did you have another fair that you needed to pick up Marcel. He's my personal chauffeur. He's not an actual lift driver. Okay. I understand. Hey Marcel. Do you actually live. Doc fries up there. I'm trying to figure out how JJ and Doug are on the same internet connection. JJ didn't freeze up and Doug did. I'm not sure how that works. I don't know, because because I'm out at the pool, I have my own IP address out here at the pool. I see. I see you're asking where Sal, if he actually show Marceau introduce yourself. I do listen to the show now dishonoring should. So do you listen to money as in Friday interviews, or do you listen to Tuesday and Thursday fucker. Mostly Tuesday and Thursday. We then up when you go all week, but I have listened to some interviews exclude them. I just listened to my show. Virginia Muzquiz episode on Monday. Doug did an amazing. You're just as fast Monday with Virginia moose keys for those of you who are not sure. It was episode seven, twenty four. Go back and listen if you haven't yet. Hey, and we also have we also have Paulo Brown hair. We. She was the the the final guest tune in on Tuesday, so Paulo. He just wanted to give you a chance to introduce yourself, introduce yourself and why do exactly do you listen to the nice guys on business podcasts? Aside from your excellent interview also. Yeah, thanks for that. That was really a lot of fun. Lots of people enjoyed it. Yeah, I listened to Tuesday's mostly because that's more convenient for me and it just Tuesdays. And then I sometimes read the show notes like Jeanie, Jeanie, and I are brilliant readers. So I read the show notes from Thursday and some of the other days. But I just like to laugh

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D&S Fan Takeover!

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

D&S Fan Takeover!

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Virginia Muzquiz- Business by Referral, Life by Design

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

05:40 min | 3 years ago

Virginia Muzquiz- Business by Referral, Life by Design

"Dropped on their heads is children. Here's what's coming up on the nice guys on business. So I'm the givers, and there are more givers in the rim than you know. And those givers will say, wow, Doug is so super new in business and still his giver. I wonder how we could get somebody to help him today on the nice guys. Podcast sensing fighting torture, revenge, giants. Monsters chases escapes true love miracles. No, that's the Princess bride. Need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland. Bonner Virginia, moose keys is the referral diva still want to be called the referral deviate. If we change everything else about your business set fans up. Okay. We're not changing everything about my business for changing everything. So it's like in my business. Okay. Well, cool. Well, she teaches each six figures solar nor how to build businesses that fueled their passion. I mean, that's cool. Is that to be able to actually build a business that's making six figures and that you love doing? And it's like a a really hard driven heartfelt business. If this is you nice guy community, and if you are not in the six figure space, you need to listen up. If you are in the six figure space, you totally need to listen up because Virginia is the shit you're going to get to know her even more now having massive impact on and in your communities where she wants to be with ever thirty years of teaching training and business building experience. Virginia as definitely demonstrated the how To's of leveraging social impact and social capital fast and right now. So she has been the chief connections officer at master connectors ink, and then executive director of two franchises in the BNI whilst the that would be the not the Baltimore networking international business network international Virginia coaches, fourteen hunting really is fourteen hundred entrepreneurs, holy shit, really Addy find all of them row. I have a team and she's got a big time. She Bill builds business using word of mouth, best pack practices, and she hosts a podcast inter free time when is free time and best off, I'm proud to call her my friend, welcome Virginia. That was the most lame. As long as introduction I've ever heard. But you're here. So let's just get it started. I'm here, so let's do it. I love it. I love it. So tell me why I hate networking so much, and while you're so good at it, why do you hate networking? Well, why do don't allow to say to somebody say to somebody. Going to a networking meeting and or I'm going to networking armed going to even somebody might say, and I'm gonna say this directly to you since you're since you're majorly involved with BNI God, one of those things come on seriously. I really need to go to that and use it, and I'm and I'm saying that with all the love in my heart, but what, what do you say in return to somebody that says something like that. Melik it just it isn't really for everybody. What I do isn't for everybody. I mean, some people prefer SEO some people like using social media and some people like using funnels, and it just depends on who you are as a person and what it is that you want to accomplish. So let me just start here. Why would you want to do something like the an eye or something like the the programs, my coaching programs, like my referrals on demand program or my referral alliance program? Well, here's a thing. So most people run what I call referral algorithms and it looks like this, you say my back hurts. Do you know a good chiropractor? And I say, yes, my chiropractor Dr. Crystal, should I have her call you? And you say why? Yes, Virginia, thank you. And I called Krystal and I say, call Doug. Right? So that's what most people do if they're even remotely good at referring. Actually, what most people do is they play business card poker, they run. Around throwing their business cards around and then hope and pray that maybe somebody calls them everything that they collect, they like put on their autoresponder, start spamming everybody right and left. And that's really a relationship BUSTER in nobody is going to do business. And I think that that's what's given networking such a bad name, but but it's the rarity. It's the rare exception where somebody says my back hurts, and then I say, while great, I have a great chiropractor. Her name is Dr. Deb, let would you like me to get her to call you. I mean, it never goes to that. It always gets goes to all. Here's her name and number check her out, you know. And that's like one step short of its once better than than a cold call, but it's but it's at the same time. It's like now you're letting letting the behavior of the person that you're giving the referral to all the power. And I hate right because they never do anything. Right. Well, there's one step even below that, right? Which is all really care about your damn back. Doug, you wanna buy my life insurance. Oh, I got it. So you aren't there for the chiropractor. You were actually there to sell life insurance, and I'm here to sell life and I'm a life insurance and you're saying my back hurts Dino. Good chiropractor and I'm like, no, but t needs some long term care. What sucks

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How to get your ideal client's attention

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

24:00 min | 3 years ago

How to get your ideal client's attention

"To capture your ideal clients attention, whether it's online on your website on social media, or if you're at a business of dent and you're meeting people, who are your potential clients, you want to use language that is their language. You want to describe. The things you help people do because most entrepreneurs you either help. Someone solve a giant boulder of a problem, right? That's blocking them hats, the rest of their life, right? Or you help them chief this giant dream. That feels like it's as far away as Mars. So when I ask people to get clear on their ideal client, it's really getting down to it's even more than a niche. You've got a target market, you think of his beach fall right now, then you think of a niche market? Well, that's a medicine ball, like a workout, all of its smaller, and that's that's a good start. But I like to say, go further drill down to the diamond in the centre, your perfect ideal client and get to know them better than they know themselves get to know them. Like, you know, your family journal. I recommend journal some people like to write your computer, asked yourself everything about them. Sure. You saw problems for him, that's that's just the beginning. Why do they want to solve the problems? What are their emotional drew. Drivers? What gets them up in the morning? You start with what are they wake up at two AM going God. If I don't fix, you know, ABC problem a my life and my businesses over, right, we'll hold on to help clarify for second because I think you crossed over into a separate area and I want to make sure that I haven't lost anybody that's in our community. We started by talking about things like marketing, and then we started to develop a maybe an idea that might be sales or or there's definitely difference between sales and marketing. So how is it that we can teach ourselves? We have to understand what our market wants, but we also have understand how to present it to our market so that when they come to us as result of our great marketing that we're about to go into, we don't feel like we are being to sales a, you're too pushy for them because isn't that one of the issues that many people have factly feeling. They don't want to throw in horn. They don't wanna feel overly self promotional, but the way around that is to think about marketing number one, you're being of service when you're telling potential clients how you help. Others just like them. You talk about the outcomes. You shove very brief stories about how you help people just like them solve problems just like they have. It's interesting because it's almost like you're educating the people that are coming to you as to the things that you've done that have been good in the past with other clients and all your basically doing sharing the other client story about how you were able to solve their problem thinking. Maybe there's some crossover if you've done it. Right. And your only marketing to a specific niche market, they probably have very similar problems. They probably have the same questions at many. Your other clients have an all you're really doing is solving the problem through sharing the story of how you solve the problem for somebody else.

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