21 Burst results for "Strasser"

After Igor Danchenko Indictment, Look at the FBI and Democrats' Activity

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 7 months ago

After Igor Danchenko Indictment, Look at the FBI and Democrats' Activity

"And now Durham has obtained an indictment of this guy eager Dan shanko Russian provided the information for the dossier He's charged with lying to the FBI but you know the real story here is the intersection between the Democrats the FBI investigation the phony claims that were made who knew what when and how all this was just a giant lie That's what we know That's what we know Kimberly strasser on The Wall Street Journal points out very very important point Never forget the original claim According to the FBI Democrats and the media mister Trump harbored secret and nefarious ties with Russia We knew that because his mother Jones explained that a 2016 article that became the reigning storyline Christopher Steele was a credible source with a proven record of providing reliable sensitive and important information He had come across troubling evidence of Trump's collusion He brought it to the U.S. law enforcement he brought it to the federales right And then it took a year a year for congressional investigators to reveal that dossier had in fact been commissioned by this opposition research firm known as fusion GPS We all know that right Fusion GPS working for the Democrat party working for Hillary Clinton's campaign And then they all started lying about it They all started lying

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"strasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

08:36 min | 11 months ago

"strasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"However on tuesdays they do live shows like the radio format like we listen to today. And this is one of the very early ones. With teresa strasser ball bryan. This one's august of two thousand nine. This is part one part two will be played at the first clip tomorrow in the corolla classics feed so. Make sure to subscribe to get a whole tool to parts tomorrow as well until then check out this opening with theresa and brian dreicer doing doing the news ball. Brian is here to give us an update and hang with us and jumping on the news and before we get to the news. Let's just see how everyone's health is. Bryan how you feeling. Actually good last. Week was a chemo. Week so actually did five five days pills four hundred milligrams a day of he'll therapy and it was tough man. Maybe sleepy tired. And all those things and i feel better. I thought hold friday. So i've been off pills since friday and feel good now. I don't know if you heard about it. But i kinda got into it with the engineer anderson doing love line last week caught wind of that Horrible argument i had with him on the air. what happened was i was giving out your website. Thank you thank you visit the lesser very generous and inconvenient tumor dot com. Hi brian dot com. Yes b. r. y. y y. That's that's always spell it r. y. Why and seventy and. I was giving your your website out and anderson kept a interrupting and then he kept calling you a brownnoser and basically said your world class ask kiss era through and then we would would kept then kept saying that he you owed him one hundred fifty dollars. Every time i would give the website out and say please give generously. And then a certain point. I'd reached my saturation level. And so we just started arguing on the air for about fifteen minutes. And then eventually evolved. David alan grier eventually got up and laugh really. Yeah in the middle of show. Well not the middle of the show in the middle of the argument which was toward the end of the show. I couldn't figure out why this guy was arguing with me. When i was trying to give out your website race and money and i couldn't. I couldn't stand the label of brownnoser for brian. Bishop i look at you as anything but brownnoser. I feel i disagree with you for years. I would say on the air and off the air. I don't let you know. Take music for example. I don't think i've ever gotten you to come around on any of my musical proclamations and yes even if you don't value them true the point is why dismiss them. I respect them briefly. Kept saying he's not a brownnoser. He argues with me. Oh about quite a few things quite quite often. And i did not like the idea that he was labeling your brownnoser but i was also i was really just angry that he was arguing with me when i was trying to give out your cat website. Really do she. Especially because i thought you guys were friends say full disclosure answering our good friends. We actually went on. Friday saw district nine day. How was it. He better not only. Okay ever be such a brownnoser. you would disagree with. I mean wait a minute so but generally good but yes you guys are friends. So i'm not sure why he just kept calling you an answer to aggravate. Yes yes yes. I'd like someone to hit him with fucking on his fucking head. It's driving me nuts. Brownnoser than a pot stirrer. Well also just this idea. And again i maybe. Maybe it's a sore subject for me. But i just can't stand that you know well if you don't if you disagree with adam you're out which of course my answer to that with anderson as you wanna fuck and been fired the first buck and five minutes. I fucking mechi. You ask all so. Of course you don't have to kiss my ass because you're living peru and be kiss. My ass is. Love is longest run employees. He's been there for ten years. And i would have fired him the first fucking week. I work for them because he's such a do show of course you don't need to kiss my ass. You're sitting here. Your proof positive. You don't need to kiss my ass by the way nobody in that entire building ever kissed me or drew's asks for the entire eleven years. I was there just not are very very polar off of people. Think positive and fun loving engines angry and likes to sit stokes button pusher. Yeah and and. I think he would mistake brian. That the whole thing is love line for all. Those years was not very professional. And thus as i've told you many times you would you know i would have my hash settled by the phone screener. I would have junior junior junior junior junior junior producer lowering coming in insult me and basically everyone. There should have been fired. A thousand times and brian was sort of the only one who actually just was sort of courteous. And maybe got labeled got labeled with the asca sir then. He told me you were fired from love line which i forgot about i said brian was fired from lubbock. High time to come absolutely. Why were you ask the leave. I was actually on my way out anyway. At the time of the time it expired but I asked to read a blog fi fan and just for dealing background and i was Detail complaining about drew album and the producer and then one day they were like one day. They were like here anymore. Maybe your time. Whoa wait to say. Wait a second now. You see nice. Should've used this for that. Douchebag anderson which is he said you got fired for writing shit about drew like did you write about adam both. Obviously that asshole conveniently left out the part where you're writing shit about me because it would have crapped all over his mask. Kissing looked at it now. Adverts spec very tame tame. I'm sure but the whole idea that he's saying you're brownnoser and then saying you got fired from love line so good employees been but you've got fired from love line for writing shit about me the guy you're supposed to be brown hosing. Notifies your brown nose argument right. i'll i know this is very upsetting because adam. I've rarely seen you as upset. Because i saw you the next day after this battle with anderson and before we sat down to do the podcast. I asked what you're doing. And you said i'm emotionally drained and then i thought i don't know this anderson but now i don't like him well. I was drained. Because i really i was i. I wanted to send people to your website. I wanted to raise money for you. And i just couldn't believe i was arguing with somebody about that process so strange like i'm trying to give out this website so people can donate because he's fighting cancer. Anderson is obviously an asshole. But he's a liar and that's that's the main thing i don't mind him being an asshole. I have no problem with that. There's plenty of assholes out there but he's lying. And i guess the fact he conveniently left out the part where you were talking shit about me as well as drew is the part that makes them a liar. That's unlike you. I can't imagine you blogging and thinking that no one was gonna find it. I wasn't writing it was it was very oculus. It was fairly and be. It was a fan of the show. Would you mind just running behind his blog for for my site has sure. The love line companion brands blog. Maybe we can read that tc.

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"strasser" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"strasser" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"I want to bring in our guest Waiting patiently you know an old friend. I always admired her. Very talented multitalented in a in a great way she wrote a book called exploiting my baby. Because it's exploiting me and of course it becomes because she's such a great writer becomes a an. La times bestseller becomes a book that was option by sony developed into a pilot but for abc then. She's a journalist so she writes columns for all kinds of places including the l. a. times and i remember reading one years ago always stuck with may she's a very talented writer and she also is. The co host have known. Her audience is the coast on the adam corolla show and then she goes on to to host shows on television. Shows like while you were out many other shows and be an on camera personality so I don't feel as that great about myself when i talk about her accomplishments. But that's okay. That's for me and my maker. But right now here is teresa strasser theresa. Thanks for coming on and the so great to connect with you. Thank you so much for having me and i. I don't know if you remember this. But i've always found it interesting. That what for me might be. A seminal moment that i'll never forget might be for the other person or people involved something they don't even remember. I don't even know if you remember a time that we were chatting for a few minutes outside of an open mike at a bookstore in santa monica. Does this bring back memories. Yes okay do you remember the congress Do you remember the nature of the conversation. I don't know what was it about because you were doing standup about some things or okay. So at the time. I was working for a pyramid scheme. Became a multi level marketing. But i was working..

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"strasser" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"strasser" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"Going in life. It's a premium version. And they'll be an additional cost. Okay let's bring jennifer n jennifer virtual therapy. Is it something that you do. And what have you noticed. Like how does it change the whole dynamic of therapy. It's interesting because i've been doing virtual therapy for years before the pandemic. I was already fully online before it even something i had to do. Because i've clients from all over the world in. Because i think it has to do with being genuine has to do with connection and true empathy and true carrying that transcends so i actually feel justice close to the clients that i'm working with that. I've never actually physically met in person than the ones that i used to see in my office. So it's it's different. But i think it's every bit as effective is something that you learned how to do it so it was a learning curve. Because i think a lot of therapists. Who haven't maybe done that are are finding out what you know what it's about. And and how to. Because i'll talk about that. With our guest with teresa strasser when the camera goes on people stopped being themselves. That's the natural instinct is to be more than you are. You know it's it's really interesting because it seemed like a very natural transition for me. I didn't really find it at what i did find that. It's exhausting and kids are finding that when they're in school all day your people working online. There's there's a your eyes get tired. Get dry more headaches. You definitely have to get used to that. But i feel like because their relationship is so genuine. It doesn't really matter if he's on the phone in person or on the on camera with with zoom. It seemed to be something that just kind of naturally worked well for me. So what do you think. The impact of this is emotionally in terms of how that communicating virtually now that most people aren't seeing each other but they're seeing each other only through a screen. Yeah i mean that part is hard right. We miss actually hugging people being physically able to connect in that way for sure with family members. And i certainly worry about teenagers and kids. They're there's nothing you can do. Parents are really struggling with this but kids are online often going to school online doing their homework online and then relaxing online. So there's a lot of screens for kids. That concerns me although i will say through the pandemic. I've noticed teenagers in particular. They're actually talking to each other more so where it used to just be in a quick snapshots and and brief conversations. They're actually talking to each other. Which which is a good thing and wasn't happening before you feel like these practices that we talk about on the show that that it's just like i have a lot to do and it's not gonna take too much time. I don't have the time to slow down even when we're at home and we're not we're not you know it's a pandemic were at home. There's you should have more time. But there's something in the brain that says the. I don't have time for this. My answer is you don't have time not to right.

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"strasser" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

Mental Health Comedy

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"strasser" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy

"Okay everybody this is it. How's that for star. Start of a show this is. That's not the name of the show. The name of the show is the mental health comedy. Podcast you knew that if you tuned in here but i met crasnick a your co host along with me Someone who's actually licensed to talk about mental health so that helps and that's jennifer kalari. She'll be joining shortly and our guest. Today is an old friend who is an award winning everything. I think she's won an award while we've been on so far. She's an emmy winning writer. She is an emmy nominated host for show called while you were out. And she's written a book called exploiting my baby. And that's teresa strasser teresa strasser joining us. Shortly i still sound like i'm on. Am radio and bakersfield. I don't know why. I have that tone but this is a show where we not only talk about. Mental health with people from the world of entertainment comics writers Everybody musicians but we also practice mental health skills because mental health is a practice. It's not rocket science. It's everyday life. There are things that you can do so easy so simple but we're just not used practicing. We think it's automatic. We think it's we think we just have mental health and the idea is that we don't we know that now because if you've looked at the news lately you know that people don't automatically have mental health in fact very.

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"strasser" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"strasser" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This is the mortgage radio show. I'm Teresa Strasser Back with mortgage expert Sean Matter be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram for the most up to date financial news and homeowner tips and, of course to see what Shawn's puppy is chewed up lately, But why do you really want to check out network capital on the socials and, of course on their website and By the way, Check out the reviews. There are 5005 star reviews, but really, it's the rates. We talked about it earlier. These are historically low race these air, the lowest rates. Ever. It's weird to say that I feel like I'm exaggerating, but I'm being factual, right 100%. It does kind of seem a little silly when you say the lowest of all time, the lowest ever the lowest since 1971. But like here's the thing, though, it's you can fact check. It is definitely something that the customers are well aware of, like, Gone are the days that we really have to juice up and spice up. Fluff how great the market is because they already know that Theresa's So what's cool about you know, we could just talk about your puppy. I'm down with that. Like, Hey, I don't know if the people that pay the bills around town you know, we're all cool about hearing about my puppy. And then the feds and all that, But I could tell you this. The customers at least know a lot of these facts and what helps us is they're well aware they communicate together. They're going into this with the knowledge of Hey, rates are low. Find the way to get to the closest that you can to the lowest you've ever heard Locket in set it and forget it. Think big picture like this really needs to be treated more chest than checkers like checkers. You think one move ahead. That's about it. Chess. You're thinking multiple moves. So I asked. The customers think down the road. How many more miles are left on the vehicle? Is this a home that you see is a forever home. Do you ever need to downsize like I know In my situation my family's moving from West Virginia. They're moving down into the Carolinas. They need one level. They don't want a humongous house that they have to do a bunch of work on. So we hear that a lot. A lot of customers may wanna upgrade they might want to downsize they might want to have the home were made to measure. I know what my grandparent's place. We widened the doors. We made it more handicap accessible, so there's different things that people need during different times. Well right now, I would already look into my kid's education, so I need cash out of the game. The scholarship Do the moves today. Think down the road. Do you ever have the need or a driving force for cash? If the answer's yes to pull a cash out, Take a look at the cash out refinance from your primary residence. Tap into the low rates happen of the equity appreciation you gained. Look at maybe find a way to get the lowest rate never touching us again. Enjoy the kids Call me in the future, trying to sell you higher rates when you're locked in the twos, So I think you guys are gonna have a lot of fun moving forward. I know more about my hands will get me to call in the future. But As of today, where it matters where we're living in the now you need to make the moves. Take a look at the 30 year fixed. Look a term reduction. Look at making yourself make one simple move to be debt free. That time is now the time starts with a call to 855 on radio, the best of the best er in the building. You know if you guys have worked with network Apple in the past, recall back in If you've never worked with them, you know, definitely asked the right questions will be able to give you direct answers. They lend their own money their control their products in process. Then again, if he didn't remember the 30 year fixed rate is 2.375% with an A P r 2.396. Time for action. 855 on radio that number once again. 8550 n o r a D I 0855 On radio. So here it is 2020 and I know everyone's about organizing and the home at it is a huge hit on Netflix. Well, I don't care if you reorganized your pantry, your office your filed. There's no good time for anyone to want to do The paperwork that we all think is associated with a re fight. Because if you've done one in the past you maybe had a find Your W two's and your tax returns. You maybe your employment contracts. It is a hassle, but I can tell you this I personally have done To revise in the last few months during the pandemic, and I was shot, Sean, because everything is Doc use ein. I mean, I signed everything from my phone. So talk to me about network capital. How are they approaching the paperwork gathering aspect of the process to make it more user friendly? Yeah, I like the moves You made Theresa, your Your situation is quite efficient. It was really easy. I mean, when people pay their bills and a provable income and her stable with where they lived and where they work, I could tell You that very experience compared tto. Maybe another customer is going to be nine day difference. The one thing I always have to do is tell the truth. I always have to communicate to our listeners. I mean, they've been loyal for years to the stations that we air on. They've been loyal to network capital. They've been loyal to you and I so one thing is, is not everyone's experience will be different. It's really a reward for those that pay their bills on time like you, you save like it was almost like the money you say there's 100 shares of Amazon right now. To tell you Right now you're going to be living a great life if that if that savings would have been translated into a stock of Amazon, But one thing I know network capitals, the one is they're finding means to make the process better. They're making it more efficient. We're adding more hands on deck, for example, more support staff Mohr junior processing junior underwriting product eligibility that no one else has, like one of the biggest things that network Apple has, and no one else can touch. Is we have a product eligibility division. Think of him like junior underwriters that work directly with the mortgage bankers. Toe answer guideline questions help Structured alone kid through maybe the tangled mess of lone guidelines for tougher situations. Income calculations upfront, verifying that the property value is the least accurate from what the customer stating. Helping the people be able to get the highest percentage chance to get appraisal.

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"strasser" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"strasser" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm Teresa Strasser here with mortgage expert Sean matter. What are some of the things to look forward to throughout the show today? Well, usually we're going to discuss why rates are so low. Why the time is now trends. Accolades results Reviews were switching products this week. One thing that I like about network capital was, we kind of played the trends. What we like to do is when we get Ah, let's say a couple of 1000 phone calls asking for a specific product were the following week going to bring you the exact thing that you're asking force. So last two weeks were enormous amounts of phone calls about a 30 year fixed product. So this week we're switching gears no longer We're going to bring you the tenure this week. It might be back as early as that next week. But this week if Yu Tao 807 108 068 look at registered a 30 year fixed 2.6 to 5% on the interest rate. The AP are said to 0.6 for I mean, this is one of the easier programs to qualify for. It seems like the majority is looking for a safe secured fixed rate mortgage today. I also like the 30 year fixed this week because of how low the rain a PR are on top of the no lender fees, special meaning no processing, no underwriting, no origination fees. No rate lock fees. They locked their loans upfront. They can hammer this from start to close and as little as 10 business days, but you need to get in on it. While it's here today, the number 807 108 Zeros. 68 807 108 068 Getting into a little bit of news some of our list despite be wondering our rates set to spike or fall, the mortgage reports dot com took a look at that very question and Curious what they say. And what do you think? Well, they said, will the lowest ever mortgage rates last? I mean, that's a great question seems to be something the majority of the callers are asking. So the mortgage reports dot com continued to say I mean, it's a decent article. If you guys got time, go ahead and take take a look at this, They said. Mortgage rates have collapsed. What else can you say The average price? Very 30 year fixed mortgage rate was 2.98% last week. Now when we say averages you're never going to see close the eyes. Averages with network capital. The rates are too aggressive. They lend their own money like this has taken into consideration. Banks, broker shops, credit unions, people that are a little bit price out of the market. So I'm hardly at all seen anybody in the 3% percent house for 30 year fixed. I'll seem people lock in is low as 2.25% on a 30 year fixed. I kid you guys, not me repeat that I saw families veterans, locking in 2.25%.

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"strasser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Radio show I'm Teresa Strasser here when I say here I mean in the closet in my guest house that is social distance from Sean matter who is out in southern California in a safe and socially distant that recording facilities hair shine matter is a mortgage expert we have been doing this show together for many many years and yet here we are talking about the lowest rates since we started doing this show so talk to me about the rates on the ten year fixed and are you seeing people doing fifteen twenties thirties I mean really across the board this is the first time that it's not all a guy here in Minnesota sounds about get me in trouble but it took a lot of customers are like sheep they call it with the herd wherever the the group is going the rest follows so usually it's like everyone's one thirty no well everybody's the one ten and fifteen actually right now it's about an even across the board as they can get because every program has an unbelievable rate attached to it so it's really more about how long you want to be in the home how long until you retire I like would what would you do with the savings like the best question I could ask a customer right now would be if you did save money what would your family specifically do with it because once they open up and tell you about that you do exactly which program the put him in so I like the term reductions because I'm all about getting the job done and out of my life and paid off and then we'll kick my feet up and sail and fish in travel and do all these ideas and everyone has their heart set on when they retire so I'm going that route all day long but it's hard to miss right now so you can close your eyes and just point out a program is going to save you money right now so the ten year fixes two point three seven five can't go wrong there APR is down.

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"strasser" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'm Teresa Strasser here when I say here I mean in the closet in my guest house at a social distance from Sean matter who is out in southern California in a safe and socially distant that recording facility the hair shine matter is a mortgage expert we have been doing this show together for many many years and yet here we are talking about the lowest rates since we started doing this show so talk to me about the rates on the ten year fixed and are you seeing people doing fifteen twenties thirties I mean really across the board this is the first time that it's not all a guy he and Minnesota sounds about get me in trouble but with a lot of customers are like sheep they goal it with the herd wherever the the group is going the rest follow so usually it's like everyone's on thirty no well everybody's doing ten and fifteen actually right now it's about an even across the board as they can get because every program has an unbelievable rate attached to it so it's really more about how long you want to be in the home how long until you retire I like would what would you do with the savings like the best question I could ask a customer right now would be if you did save money what would your family specifically do with it because once they open up and tell you about that you do exactly which program the put him in so I like the term reductions because I'm all about getting the job done and out of my life and paid off and then we kick my feet up and sail in fission travel and do all these ideas and everyone has their heart set on when they retire so I'm going that route all day long but it's hard to miss right now so you guys in closure rise and just point out a program is going to save you money right now so the ten year fixes two point three seven five can't go wrong there APR is down to two point four three I'm seeing thirty year fixed conventional we've done thirty year fixed V. A. for years at two point seven five MC and veterans capitalize been seeing veterans getting two and a half on a thirty year fixed two point six on a lot of these with lender credit I like it so really no matter what at least call tell the truth tell your story let us do like a made to measure mortgage built around your income your credit your equity your goals what you're looking to do and that way if it's specific around your situation now and for years to come so I'm pumped right now we're seeing celebrities call in multi million dollar loan amounts calling in right now people with dead people without dead people with low rates higher rates across the board the roll call and then I want to make sure I get it in on the show I promised the customer that I did a refinance for he said not to say his name but I'm allowed to shout out as team he's a boxer I'm in the boxing and MMA infighting have always been fascinated with that like the Bruce Lee's and I was that kid on the school doing the splits like John Claude van Damme with two chairs I watch blood sport one too many times but shout out to the group over a cliff array as boxing they sent me some gloves the guys had him in the office we've been having some fun with them so shallots everybody a team Clintonians means a lot of men like the world to me I've never got a nice pair of gloves they're always Everlast so nobody from Everlast please don't blast me but the club the race team meant the world to me so shout out to anybody that's referring anybody we're getting realtors call in left and right they actually have your back leg shot also all the realtors across the country because they're called in their customers already locked with another lender they're calling us to hurry up and undercut the rate and they're saying Hey if you can close faster and get it done before the close of escrow date our customers compared to close beaded I love the competition bring that on we welcome that a hundred out of a hundred times let's start with the call to the number I'm gonna give tell the story lock your loans up front don't roll the dice.

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"strasser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Mortgage news I'm Teresa Strasser I'm here as always with mortgage expert John matter and of course when I say here I mean in my recording studio in my closet in my guest house show honey is recording in a private facility in southern California but we have been bringing you this show week after week after week in quarantine in shelter in place because there are so many people in need of doing refinances and of course just a a quick bit of news ABC reporting U. S. mortgage rates at all time lows all time lows they have tumbled this past week and of course the housing market is is reeling from the business and social shut down spurred by this pandemic but of course there's one business that's booming and that is network capital which has now hired on several hundred new people to to to to to deal with the incredible demand right yeah the increase has been just through the roof to resell like right now it's hard not to be successful in this business like you got to be pretty lousy at the job and not put numbers on the board and help customers because at the end of the day like the customer knows they're at home they're watching TV they're seeing it on the news that rates are at historic lows like we're talking fifty year lows right now I'm so pumped and I get to bring you an eighth lower rate a tremendously lower APR this week the amount of people that keeps calling into eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight is record breaking week after week like every week I come in you're cocky thinking that was the biggest and best and nobody can touch it and then sure enough you know six days later when all the stats come and I find out wow we just dominated beat that last record so this week I think we're going to do it again because you guys get a lower rate more savings cash is easy and throughout the show me to give you guys a lot of cool information a lot of competitors out there against network capital have removed the cash L..

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"strasser" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on KGO 810

"News I'm Teresa Strasser here with mortgage expert Sean matter and when I say here I mean in a closet in my guest house this is are we think it's our fifth quarantine Shoshan is it a private recording facility in Orange County but here we are bringing you this show the last few weeks and network capitalists set records these rates John I mean I cannot believe what we're seeing in a hundred percent it just seems like the positive momentum for the mortgage business just keeps continue in week after week we're running out of records to break I told you and I are engineer before the show that it just seems like this is the perfect storm for homeowners because if you're basically employed and have a and have a home you have ways to save money or put yourself in a great position to make more money so between cash on home improvement cash out debt consolidation cash out investing in the stock market term reductions people going back to thirty or to get more cash flow I mean it just keeps going call after call and right now we're at fifty year lows so definitely utilize this weekend if you did not get in on the action the last couple weeks it's okay you get another mall again at this recall it mortgage Malik in Monday's you know out here because so many families are called in on Monday and find a way to second I heard that the rates are at fifty year lows my neighbor was talking about it and we're really getting a ton of people that aren't even listening to the show that are called in because listeners to the show or recommended that the people that they know people are talking about this constantly everybody wants to get in on the action so throughout the show have your phones ready to give you the phone number to utilize in lock in a ten year fixed two point six two five on the rate the APR said two point eight seven no now keep in mind this comes with no lender fees special again that's no processing underwriting no origination fees no rate lock fees no admin charges and then I like that even though there's so many of you guys are calling in they're still able to knock these things out in as little as ten business days so stay tuned throughout the show we got trends accolades results reviews we're gonna talk about articles that are out there what what a lot of people are doing benefits of a shorter term loan how you.

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"strasser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News I'm Teresa Strasser I'm here as always with mortgage expert Sean matter what are some of the things to look forward to through out our show this week well I can tell you there's going to be no more your freebie picks given on this show I gave you guys a winner last week I'll start off the show as cocky as I can I told you guys I know niner fans are gonna hate me again but I told you guys Niners would be women she's would come storming back they get the win my homes would be M. V. P. that hit I hope and pray some of you guys then follow the show on a weekly basis right man this guy keeps in the semis will finally listen because you would one easy cash now speaking of cash cash is easy to get right now rates are rock bottom there's all kinds of cool things to talk about this week let me start with the advertised rate will move into some of the coal segments like you know how low can we go will thirty year fixed rates get any better than they are today we're gonna talk about why no appraisal programs are boom in our also to go into like segments on goals I like it that the customers are looking to do accolades of the company trends what people were dormant dialing eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight couple things about the corona virus million there's even more stuff throughout the show which we had two three four hours to address all this because there's some really cool stuff to address to the customers but this week the rates are rock bottom we're sitting at almost three year lows rates on a ten year fixed are down the two point seven five percent the APR is at two point nine nine on top of this incredible rate low a PR you're able to get this thing done from start to finish in as little as ten business days that's amongst the fastest in the business and then network capital decided again to run back the no lender fees special no processing no underwriting no origination no rate lock fees skipping out on originations the one you want to skip on so how fun let's get this party started I want you to strike while the iron is hot if you miss the op or to the last week you get a mall again to get another shot at the pan here's your opportunity here's the number eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight no sign you mentioned the corona virus and the World Health Organization is declaring a global health emergency it is terrible it is terrifying on the other hand as you've pointed out to me so many times over the many years we've been doing this show when there's some uncertainty globally that does tend to drive mortgage prices down and now they're saying that mortgage rates are hitting thirty nine month lows because of all the fear and uncertainty surrounding the corona virus yeah one hundred percent in the mortgage business there's so many different factors that can swing this you know in a really what's the what's frustrating in our business is Monday through Friday if we had this radio show we wouldn't be able to stand behind our word like I feel like what we tell you in the morning can change by luncheon it could change again for the worse or the better by day's end so we bring the show strategically on the weekend to make sure the customer that Dallas eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight we'll have time to let this digest will really be able to see the you know the future them and really decide on if this makes sense for now when you're so calm now when it comes to this thirty nine month low I'm excited about that that means we get the win mortgage rates close in on an all time record for dropping as fast as they did in the reason is surprising the virus that originate in Wuhan China has helped push U..

Teresa Strasser Sean
Five Years of Thought Work Part 1: Body, Work & Money

UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

09:16 min | 2 years ago

Five Years of Thought Work Part 1: Body, Work & Money

"Hello my chickens. So I'm GonNa do something a little bit different today the next two weeks. I hope you all find it useful. It was super adjusting for me to go over and do and. Here's where it came from. We just opened up registration for the next clutch collagen. It sold out in forty eight hours which was amazing obviously will need to do another one this year because I know some of you didn't even get three meals about it before that happened but as I was answering questions and talking to my students about the event one thing that kept coming up was that they wanted to kind of know. What is the difference? Prince you can expect from doing this work over a longer period of time or in a more intense way and it just kind of made me think about how I want all of you to know. Oh what you can expect from learning how to manage your mind because when I think about what makes people give up on themselves and stop trying to manage their minds. I think the number one thing is self judgment and that self judgment really comes from having unrealistic expectations. Shins of what managing your mind should look like and then judging yourself for not being there yet and so I am coming up on five years since I discovered this kind of thought work that my work is based on and so I wanNA share with you. What is different in my life? And what is the same and my hope is that these episodes as will give you an idea of both. What kind of unbelievable changes truly are possible without work and how having unrealistic expectations can kind of Steinier block your progress? If there's one overall takeaway I think it's a concept I've talked about before which is as humans. Men's we've vastly overestimate how much we can get done in a day or a week and we vastly underestimate what can happen in six months or a year. You're right radical. Change is possible but it's not usually radically quick right overnight and so the other thing I want you to keep in mind when you listen to what I've experienced and what has changed or not changed for me is that I have not done thought work every single day of the last five years I have not I had a perfect attendance record right. I have not done every single possible. Worksheet I can do I do not have a perfect morning. Routine rate is not about perfection action. It's about coming back to the practice of managing your mind over and over again ray. You don't go to yoga class and then think like okay. We'll now I knew how to I do all yoga or you wouldn't go yoga consistently build up your practice. Stop going and then be shocked that you couldn't do the same things used to be able to do right. Managing your mind is a practice. It's a lifetime relationship with yourself in your own experience. It's not like learning Algebra or once you learn it than you know now and then you just use it you know only occasionally when you need to. It's a practice so bear that in mind that my results do not come from perfect practice or from just learning at once and being done so what I'm GonNa do is talk briefly about kind of each major area of my life and how it's changed since started using thought work and so what is different and then some things that aren't different and in this episode. I'M GONNA cover money mindset work and professional life and kind of body image food movement stuff and the next week. I'm GonNA talk about family. Romantic relationships social relationships things -iety then in the third episode. I'm GonNa talk about my relationship with myself how I relate to the work that I'm doing on my mind now how that's changed so we're GONNA start with body image food and movement which are obviously three very big areas and apologized you is. I'm a little bit sniffly today. So I'm sorry that I sound a bit stepped up but progress. Not Perfection rate okay so in the kind of area of my thoughts and may Eh actions around food and movement and hiking about my body so five years ago in two thousand fifteen. I was still trying to diet and lose weight because because I wanted to just finally be good enough right and I thought that if I just lost weight I would finally feel good about myself and everything would work out right. Everybody would love me. Nobody would judge me. I'd have a perfect partner. I would run marathons like whatever can Afanasyev. He's I had about that. But two thousand fifteen which is the year that this part of my I journey started with this former thought work was also the year that I first discovered the idea of body positively an anti diet culture so in two thousand fifteen. I started to hear about these things but they haven't really sucked Kenya and so I still really heated my body. I thought about my weight and my body and what I was eating thing and losing weight. And how and when and making elaborate plans I mean. Carry Out and always vowing to start again on Monday right. That was just a never ending. Refrain in my remind and I was constantly mentally living in this fantasy future. Ride a totally different body and everything was perfect and meanwhile in reality I was still binging and purging because I was restricting both mentally and physically and I was very angry at my body. Also both for how it looked and how it felt. And then what it could or couldn't do because of chronic pain and I did a lot of work on the appearance elements I and I'm still working on some of the kind of chronic pain and relationship to my body in its limitations but what I can see now looking back is that I just had so many expectations about what my body body should or should look like and should hirschson to be able to do and should or shouldn't feel like and really you know just like your relationship with anyone else. Your relationship with your body is so hamstrung by all of those expectations that you kinda create out of nowhere or society teaches your you just decide died. Should be the case and then you're constantly measuring it against these expectations that it can't live up to and then you feel betrayed or deprived or angry answer and so that's really the place I was in. I thought about my body all the time and it was almost all negative and I had a constant running tally in my head of like what I'd eaten and if it was too much if I had been bad if I've been good what life would be like when I lost weight. Ironically I was the lowest weight of my adult life because I've been trying to lose weight for years and you you know a little bit successfully over a long period of time so now it's twenty twenty. I weigh quite a bit more than I did. In two thousand fifteen like a lot of people. I gained way when I stopped artificially restricting dieting. I don't weigh myself so I don't know how much more but I'm several clothing sizes bigger and yet I feel infinitely better after about my body. I don't criticize my body to myself anymore. About its appearance at all and I'm still working on getting better about not having negative thoughts about how it feels feels like about pain or about how it works. Things that can or can't do. I really rarely think about what I'm eating what I weigh or how I look in a negative way. I I think my body is gorgeous and sexy and beautiful and I have a lot more appreciation for the way that it nourishes and carries me through the world. I have less pain. Gene I have more mobility and I accept my body's abilities and limitations more and I think that's a couple of reasons one is that have so many fewer negative thoughts about about it and I think that the relationship between archive negative thinking about our bodies and chronic pain. That there's a relationship there also because I've accepted what my body actually is lake AAC. I'm able to find movement that can do in this body rather than believing my body should be different and it's wrong and then not looking for what I can do. So now I lift weights weights twice a week with a trainer. I'm stronger I'm more able to stick with things like physical therapy and I understand my pain a very different way. I know understand it as our neurological are logical pattern and a window into my emotions rather than a sign that. Something's wrong with my body and it's broken now. You know very occasionally still not all thought patterns. Go Away forever not all dogs go to heaven. My brain will still light out with a like. Hey you know if you just lost weight that would solve all your negative feelings circuit like that circuit still exists in my rain. But it's rare and I know not to buy into it when it does and most of the time I just don't think about what I'm eating or my body and I have so much more time and energy for other things but I say that to you because I will hear people kind of talking about it like something has gone really wrong if an old fought comes up and and you just have to think it's like your brain's old circuits. They're like unused railroad tracks right like they might be overgrown with vegetation or whatever but sometimes one of them lights up like sometimes. A train tries to go down one me because you're stressed or like you have some other strong emotion. You don't know how to deal with and your brain is just like rummaging around back there like what's the solution. What's the solution? How do I get rid of this upset or strasser pain? Oh I know. Here's this like old track. Let me try playing that

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Anytime Fitness Flexes Franchise Development Plans Throughout Ohio

The Small Business Radio Show

10:18 min | 2 years ago

Anytime Fitness Flexes Franchise Development Plans Throughout Ohio

"Of the things that are all worked on now is how to become better leaders unless we can lead a team we can never ever get the leverage build a big profit company my next guest has done just building a company that has over four thousand was in franchise locations in fifty countries chuck runyon is the co founder of anytime fitness an alternative to big box gyms which typically feature expensive frills that few members numbers actually use or need in contrast chuck and his partner designed smaller neighborhood clubs featuring the things members wanted convenience affordability quality equipment and surprisingly presently personal service in a friendly non timothy facilities chuck welcome to the show congratulations on show five seventy one very cool well congratulations relations on four thousand franchises where did the idea come for for anytime fitness well let me say it's actually closer to five thousand miles and he can't you know we believe what you see on the web i'm surprised we just got back from antarctica first franchise history operate on all seven congratulations quite excited about that thank you very much we started in minnesota in may of two thousand and two so you know over seventeen years ago now and so we're the idea come for chuck well my partner and i were in the fitness faith we we own some of the bigger box stores you know those racquetball whirlpools saunas you've and you know they hadn't forty fifty thousand square feet daycares what we realized that most of our members just came in every day and you've cut to the basket in the street equipment and so we wanted to create a more officiant jim that was far more convenient your culture home closer to work in open twenty four hours or members who come in wherever they want we cannot be the business was more of a boutique is jim instead of fifty thousand square feet right we were before two five thousand square feet and it would be located in typical strip mall where you'd find a copy shop a sandwich enrich shopping and dry cleaners and so it was very close to home and work you know we enabled technology to get members twenty four seven access and then we'd be franchising using other people's passion in capital all gro- this around the country back in two thousand two and obviously it's been a wonderful success and the industry continues to grow to in fill at the end of the day just about unlocking you no that convenient for our member it's interesting because we talked earlier this month with rui bukava and he talks about the trends that are coming down the line and one of these talks about is revival all their people are going back to things that were simpler and it seems that anytime fitness is really a simpler time when it was a smaller gym and just like in your home you go work there anytime you you want yeah you're gonna find all the big you know the equipment you find in a big club but in a smaller setting therefore it's more convenient it's more comfortable right it's less anthony and because of our passionate local franchisees right they're going to take the time to care for you help you through the program help you see progress you know make any more enjoyable experience so it's really smaller gym with big equipment and big heart because we care for our members unlike any other fitness out there what's the niche do you think that you feel with anytime fitness compared to some going to a larger club or perhaps someone getting equipment in their home care the coaching connection that that you get with our clubs clubs and so you know everyone needs a little bit of coach someone to nudge them towards proper behaviour someone to congratulate them on their achievements until you get that coaching aspects someone to help educate motivate debate you get someone who cares about you because behavior change is hard you and i both know you know it's difficult to like make a consistent disciplined effort with your exercise or nutrition and and so therefore you just need someone near corner provides education some coaching some carrying and then with some group workouts you know there's a community that fosters in the gym and fill that karen coaching and connecting eighteen phil critical right to help our members achieved the healthiest version of themselves that's why our tagline is let's healthy happen because with a coach and member all right can get that person to the healthiest version of michelle so everyone needs help chuckling things that you always focus on is to help entrepreneurs really become better self-aware leaders emphasis is this a lot because if you're not leader if you can't lead people you're never gonna find a leverage in your business if you're always doing it yourself cracking keep mine over the last seventeen years i've had a courtside seat this small business leadership i have seen franchisees go from one club to now over one hundred clubs and then a few other franchisees who fired to have more but they just can't grow in leverage your business and you are one hundred percent correct it really comes down to how good you are at attracting gene engaging in leading your team and what good leaders understand is you know that leader builds the team and the team build the business right you gotta build with two like surround yourself with really talented people empower them with the autonomy the vision and the resources to grow and you have to trust them and feel better owners who can scale other business they understand they're not in fitness business they are in the people business coletta so critical of your your five lessons one is that mindset matters owners get in tune with your emotions suddenly would say as you gotta check your emotions at the door when you run a small business because it can't be personal i disagree we official filling your muslim the workplace were laughing we're showing love you know it's okay for us to be baltimore and say that we're strasser we don't know the answer so i think you know we put so much energy and time time in the workplace i think it has to be motion because you know we want to engage our team heart every bit of your mind so for us it's okay to cry at work because it works that much too often we're changing people's lives until you know mindset matters you know we're in the business where if you work out your biceps are going to get bigger they're gonna get stronger in mindset there's a muscle just like you're biceps and so you've got to challenge it right you've gotta have my little more weight and you've got to continually practice at it and you have a stronger mindset the one that's more resilient more optimistic doc and you've got to constantly work at your entrepreneur you can't have a week mindset you've got to have a growth mindset and you've got to stay resilient positive and in growing refer to learn more so funny because i tried to years ago where she said listen we're going to get your your body right but you also have to get your mindset right and i didn't understand that for a lot of years to come well we we always say that the body will achieve what the mind believe and as an entrepreneur it's the same thing business will achieve what your mind believable the leader i believe so at the end of the day right leader you can't really afford to many off days you always have to be on for your team you've got to provide the energy and the inspiration and the direction to to be the very best that day so you need to know what makes you tick at a high level like for me i need to get in my morning exercise i also because i'm a bit of an ambivert bert i need a little bit of quiet time in the morning to make sure i am charged up for the day right i need regular feedback in fill and then i also need some type of creative outlet that day top right up my very best lead reporting the weather's writing until i know myself when i know what makes me tick at a higher level i can make sure that put those in my day so i can be the beth leader possible for my team junkie talk about seeking trusted feedback i think that everybody needs feedback there's a couple issues associate that one is who can you get trusted feedback from and they're just not mouthing what you i think they want to hear and how do you know if you should really take it in or just someone that really has an ulterior motive question again another thing i've seen team in the small businesses small business doesn't have a board of directors they have no one to hold them accountable then they need to report to always suggesting to our small owner owner is right even if you have one cluber ten clubs i bill a small board right from within your community from other leaders in the business that you that you respect you'll maybe someone on like a banker that you've done business with or a mentor in another field and again them to get together regularly and and again they're going to help you there kinda kinda be your hands keep your feedback in the business but also give you feedback on yourself are plenty of organizations like peo- or i'm sure every community now has business organizations where you get together and around table setting with peers like yourself knows you know they might be they might be people in marketing they might be those who school and businesses is like yourself in the goal of those groups to give each other feedback to hold each other accountable and and then just make sure you're creating a circle a network of people who are willing to have the courage to give feedback on what you're doing well that's important as well as areas to improve and they don't really have any ulterior motive by telling you the truth right right they don't you know i mean there's no obviously you're getting feedback from the business metrics eugenie feedback from your team but you need some objective outside resources who are not monetarily tied to your business and there are so many businesses any successful leaders in your community who are just waiting to be tapped into who want to mentor who wants to help you succeed and then phil you gotta you can't sit there and wait for people to give give you feedback you gotta go out and seek it you've got to tap into some people who've been there done that are willing to help you more than more than you think about being a better leader is practiced self disclosure and i think those three words are very powerful because one one is i think to really be an authentic leader you've gotta show vulnerability but i think you also have to practice it because they don't have to tell them everything yeah i mean look i think there's great power moldability right there's there's really no learning until you're ready to be vulnerable to admit that maybe you're not good at something you failed at something or it's just not your best work and you need help and once you're willing to admit it once you're willing to seek help data perfect growth starts so this is i david my partner right we are not college graduates we started this idea fifteen years ago but the company is vastly different today right with nearly five thousand units globally i mean in in the times are different right thing about how much we changed here in this digital transformation we've gone over the last decade this company requires a different set of leadership skills and incapabilities than what we had seven years ago so ross finney nonstop never lucien trying to grow and trying to build himself awareness and trying to build new leadership and communication capabilities yeah so we're always trying to learn in fill that that's really the quest for all of us if you know

Co Founder Partner Chuck Runyon
"strasser" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News I'm Teresa Strasser here with the mortgage expert Sean matter what are some of the things to look for to throughout our show today yeah another jam packed weekend three some ex that ecstatic about this because the amount of phone calls that came in last week and in the previous week was just through the roof for setting record after record seems like everybody's trying to do either a cash out refinance or a term reduction mortgage so we're gonna showcase throughout the show how you can benefit from maybe a cash out debt consolidation maybe cash out home improvement we're gonna even show you the benefits of a fifteen year mortgage rates just drop the three month lows there's can even be a segment where we tell you the five home improvements that you shouldn't do because when you go to pay off and sell the home it's not going to pay itself back there's even a segment about veterans with don no loan limits and easy requirements VA loans are more popular than ever seems like every veteran in the game is called in the eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight this show this show is really going to mostly be about principal reduction PMI elimination trend accolades results reviews just give me a call ideas what you can do in this market but I know this the rates are down Pibor winning big we even have new average monthly savings I'm gonna bring to you here shortly but this week the advertised rate on a ten year fixed mortgage that Satan secure is down the two point eight seven five percent the APR just drop the three point oh four on top of this great rate low a PR you're able to get this thing done in as little as ten business days which is the fastest that the government will allow and also network capital will not be charged in lender fees again this week and that means no junk fees no origination processing no underwriting no headache fees with one network capital so they're standing by many give you the phone number twice.

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"strasser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm Teresa Strasser I'm here with mortgage expert Sean matter thanks to everyone who's already called us so far probably because of the rate that Sean is about to quote your right now yeah I definitely not because they have this love you and I had to reset you know at the end of the numbers like we could we could be the coolest people ever but at the end of the day is how can I help the customer like they're not just going to call in and pay extra mortgages because they like the sound of her voice so it really has to make business sense for these families it has to put him in a better position nobody wants to run all these miles and not lose a single pound so at the end the day it needs to be downhill needs to be fast and easy it has to be transparent has to be simple it's like lower in the basketball hoop allow anybody to be able to dunk so it's fun it's rewarding and really I believe that most people we had a poll right now we need the money to look into that we should start point of polls during the show and see if people believe if this is the rock bottom because I think the percentage is gonna be cold to the upper nineties that people would agree that right now is rock bottom so hurry up and call their called network capital the rate is down to two point seven five percent the APR is a two point nine seven again if you didn't listen to the earlier segment this company network capital they lend their own money they're in control of their products and process they know how to mold these files that have the highest percentage chance to get approved with no appraisal they don't even charge lender fees like that alone is huge we could spend ten fifteen minutes talking about the benefits of the no lender fees special that no origination no processing no let's say junk lender fees at the competitions nickel and dime you on and then I want to go with someone that's fast like I'm a I'm a closer I can get the lowest rate in the market from every single bank because I'm gonna haggle the heck out of you I'm gonna find a way to get it but what's going to die you know make each lender different as how was the process are you keeping my information safe and secure you know if the market goes down will you be willing to.

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"strasser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News I'm Teresa Strasser here as always with mortgage expert Sean matter we want to thank all of you for joining us and once again it looks like the rates are just rock bottom this week yeah a hundred percent every single time we do a new show trees I'm telling you before the show we're kinda tighten things up and going over a few things that it's been the best atmosphere since I've been in the business since January sixteenth of two thousand five everyone in the office is Smilin it's one a high fives lodge has bump in a lot of people were really excited about the market is mostly because rates are so low so many people are saying yes everybody's getting in on the action like I can't remember a time in history where this many people referred to network capital they're all dialing the hotline we're gonna give it to you throughout the show a lot of people said last week we had the number and not to where they were able to get in their calls get in their ideas so if you've been kind of sitting on the sidelines now's your opportunity we're gonna have a lot of conversations about why rates are so low what you can do in this great market the China trade war that's about to close there's so many factors that really need you guys to make the decision now so let's get off the fence let's put things in action let's see the most benefit that we can now the rates are down it's a two point seven five percent ten year fixed in the APR is at two point nine seven what I love about this deal is network capital can close so quick so if you were hoping to get this thing done in lightning speed they can accomplish this going as little as ten business days and again because of the amount of call volume they're bringing back the no lender fees special again this weekend you guys broke another record last weekend I feel like we could do it again this week more families are finding out before you guys start traveling and join your you know your July vacations let's save some money let's really put this in action now is an incredible time here's the phone number I want you guys in on this action it's toll free I'm gonna give it to you twice eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six the rates are at two year lows it's time for action at eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight we'll sign it happened I had to go into my bank branch I'm not going to name any names but it was very irritating I was in there forty five minutes I did get a lolly pop but things were slow things are inefficient things made no sense I was aggravated network capital is not a bank they are what's known as a direct lender so for those just tuning in with us for the first time why should somebody do business with a direct lender instead of a bank I mean for one thing how are going to get your lolly pop I love that that like that's really the only thing we can't keep Bob was have you guys are able to push aside the lack of lollipops and the lack of that little coffee that you get does not even good days I agree with you a hundred percent but I'm really into sports memorabilia rolling into collecting cards I'm still a child you know I still collect baseball cards yes I said it on air play be like in terms of baseball cards me getting my cards directly from don Ross let's see upper deck panini this sources that are creating the cards if you go to a bank it's like getting the cards from Walmart target these other places that are getting it at a price adding a fee on top of that we used to call the vague and then now you're paying a premium for those cards I'm going direct I'm going like buy one Nike shoes I'm contacting Phil knight I'm not going to foot action foot locker and champs sports so the same can be said with your mortgage I want direct access to the cash I want no hoops and hurdles and things that are going to hold me down I don't want to pay a higher interest rate I don't one lender fees I don't want interruptions I just want some new sailing to the finish line I believe in my heart nobody can keep up with network capital specially with the speed the transparency the opportunity of all the programs the knowledge of their products and how to get these loans done quick and then again the rates are so rock bottom so I'm gonna do less this week about telling you guys how incredible rates are I still have to bring it up because a lot of you aren't aware of it but really I want to focus on the process how easy it is what other people are getting out of this by picking up the phone and dial one eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight one of my favorites that send you guys a listen to the show and if you know trees and I you know we like sports we love numbers numbers tell me a lot about I think stats your fax so one of the staff that we like to provide to our listeners.

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Stressed out? Your dog may feel it too, study suggests

All Things Considered

02:27 min | 3 years ago

Stressed out? Your dog may feel it too, study suggests

"If you're a dog lover, you already know, dogs, and humans have a special connection now, new research suggests that when owners are anxious or neurotic their dogs. Get more stressed NPR's Rebecca hersher reports that is not necessarily a bad thing. Not all stress is bad stress. Take, for example, dogs. They compete. In the twenty four inch classes? Kali handle by amber. Mccune for New Hampshire. Eighteen agility competition at the Westminster dog show mccune has to help boom the dog race through obstacles and even on TV. It's clear that they're totally in sync emotionally kabuki is just get this just will not leave amber side. Kyun gestures and coaxes, boom weaves, leaps. They're both focus. It's over focused turns to excitement for animal, and human mccune smiles could boom jumps into her arms at a happy. Yes. Rosemary Strasser is a behavioral neuro endocrinologist at the university of Nebraska at Omaha. She studies dog human relationships, and she also personally competes with her dog in agility competitions. Acre feel like both you and your job are reading each other's body Hughes, so well that you don't need to use. Verbal of command. He wondered about that feeling of being emotionally in sync. What was going on biologically in a study published a few years ago, Strasser found that the stress hormone cortisol might have something to do with it. When dogs and humans were competing or working together. She found that their cortisol levels were in sync rising together, for example, when they were competing. A new study published today in the journal nature scientific reports builds on that work. Researchers in Sweden found that even regular pet dogs appear to have higher levels of cortisol over time if their owners act in ways that are anxious or. Neurotic biologists Lina Roth is one of the study's authors. East owners have stress and the dog is likely to meter that stress and the dog will mirror that stress over months. They found not just right before an acutely stressful event like a competition for those who might be anxious by nature. And to have a dog. They love Roth

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"strasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"strasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"strasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"strasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Was uncomfortable. One of the few who listened to me Teresa Strasser on power. Thank you so much for having me now, Adam I very much relate to the character. Nell played by the great Jodie Foster in that. I don't have great social skills, and yet still I feel like I have an insight into your laughter. We did when we did the bitch bag with. I think that that great rich banks is about and I cried and you laugh. We I recently listened to the entire thing again painful as it was. And it was actually my favorite thing about that clip that you couldn't stop laughing. And I'll tell you why I could feel your love for me when you. Because I knew that you were laughing out of this discomfort for my actual real Pasig level of shame that I was feeling in that moment. And I knew it was only because you cared that. It was it was so unbearable to you had to laugh in my clothes. Dead nuts on. No, I I wish I had more insight is to why was laughing. I think I am wired this way, which is. One of the many ways I'm wired that people don't enjoy which is I will decide whether you're actually hurt or not. Decide that. So if my kid take doctor, yes. So when when you have kids, and they take. Take a spill. Spill, and you can sort of tell whether they took a heart and fall or just kind of spilled they land on their tokens. They start crying. If I've decided it's not a bad fall. I grab them pick them up and go you're fine and sort of push them push him toward the TV set. So when when people are upset, I decide whether it's legitimate or not, and I decided you were very now, obviously, you have a delicate wiring and you were born in fortified wine country. You know, what it hasn't gotten that much better not to take you off track. But I remember when I got married and had a baby I can fight it in you that I was very scared that I was gonna become happy and no longer creative or interesting. And you told me do not worry, you're still deeply crazy. You are crazy like Mike Tyson. Jesus. I'm sure been compared favorably to Mike Tyson on many other occasions only, I probably heard it somewhere, read it and evening paper. No comforting founded soothing, okay, happy. But I'll still be crazy whatever. Yes, I've deemed you lovable, but crazy, and whatever was you're crying about I've deemed not to be an actual event worth crying. For thus. You were my child who just took a spill, but you are fine. And also there's a little bit of it is just nervous laughter. Like well. I don't wanna start crying too. And then the other part is I think I'll I might be able to shake you out of it. Like, you do with the kid go come on come on you. Okay. So I think there's that I hear you were like throwing me in the back of the car, go to urgent care for stitches. You knew it wasn't back on a fall. And I wonder I don't see this part of my let's not put a target on. Everyone's back and not make everyone feel marginalized not make everyone feel like they can't have a voice in our society. I don't think it's a good message. My message is get up your fine. You'll be good. So and even if you're not good it's still a better message than oh my God, call call balance. So Theresa I'm impressed. You're able to go to the state of Arizona and live there in relative domestic bliss and still in a marriage with children. I'm I'm excited. I I'm a little surprised I quit show biz entirely could future. How dare both of you. Here like on the slag heap of show business. But yeah, I'm surprised anybody ten years married kids, very very happily married, and I think like on on days are not on every day. But for the most part, I think I'm pretty good mom, and I love being a mom. Surprised than you? And something about Arizona..

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