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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"And now two different ways to say douchebag Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner's forty six minutes and they're and forty one seconds into this episode right now. So I'm looking at this and thinking, Hey, at eight thirty. Eight thirty five, I'm going to say I have until nine o'clock. I mean maybe maybe was a little after that. It's not like I told you eight, Fifty, eight, I have two minutes ago I told you literally twenty minutes twenty five, maybe thirty minutes before I'm like, Hey, I got to wrap up at nine o'clock and. You just kept going. You're remember remember when I said I have a semi formal. Getting outlets, it's not a black tie. The suit, a dark suit relationship with time. Okay. When we are actually recording our show. Yeah. Shit goes right out the window I'm sorry understood I got it. So villainous record it. I got it. Now I completely understand when we're in the recording, we have to have an agreement before we start recording because you get you get into the. Vortex. Finally getting, it's only.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

14:50 min | 7 months ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"So Corona virus. Gotcha down personally. I'm giving up drinking for a month. Hoops sorry about that. It came out wrong. I'm giving up drinking for a month so I get my guarantee I got my number. I paid my money gladly. That was my fucking fault for waiting as long as I did. You know it always cheers me. Up rolled up faces over kings. Check raising stupid. Tour's and taking huge pots off of them. Play an all night. High Limit Holdem at the ties. Stacks and towers of checks. I can't even see over and the Nice guys on business. Podcast three days a week. They're able to hold it together. This is not one of those days. Welcome to fuck ary with the Nice guys. Don't need not apply no interviews lots of ranting and they sometimes stumbled onto something useful. Go figure now. It's time for a nice guys curry with the kings of fuck ary themselves. Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner have to explain. What's going on in my life right now. If I if I if I just.

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Oliver Wellington & Neil Mody: The No Effort Approach To Promotion

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:47 min | 10 months ago

Oliver Wellington & Neil Mody: The No Effort Approach To Promotion

"Today's nice guys episode. We dig deeper into what? Why and how? With headliner founders. Neil mody I think I got that right. Neil mody and Oliver Wellington we're going to talk podcasting promotion and welcome guys to the Nice guys on business podcast and you did get it right where we're glad to be here. Thanks for having you guys are welcome in and Neil so everybody knows your voice. Neil can you? Can you say hi so everybody knows who you are when you first start talking ahead? Neil Haya okay that is neil and Oliver. Please share your voice because you said although you go second. You're smarter than than Neil. Is that correct now? I actually didn't say but Yeah this is my voice so it is now and we sound the same tough. Well maybe maybe for the first couple of questions you can say. Hey this is Neil speaking your. Hey this is Oliver speaking. That's probably a good way to tune in for for a Nice Guy Community. It's so rare that we actually have two people that were interviewing. I thought. Maybe it's because people are so repelled by me that they just don't ever WanNa come on at two at a time and but I see this is the actual a very good partnership that you guys have. We've you're cutting yourself to To shore but y'all overnight worked together for two companies now so over a decade. So we're we're we're attached at the hip on what's interesting is so my partner Strickland Bonner who co host. The Friday shows with me we do too interviews and one just stricken I shoot shit and talking about business and other fun stuff about our personal lives You know we both have what we would call both are zone of excellence. Zone of genius and Strickland's zone of Excellent improbably even gravitating towards zone of genius our our systems and creating great processes in a spreadsheets. And I suck at that stuff and I tend to find that my zone of genius or zone of excellence may be gravitating towards my zone of Janus is working in the relationship and sales space. So why don't you? I share where you guys. Kinda fit in with each other and then we'll talk a little bit about headliner and in some of your successes that you've had well I will. This is Oliver speaking. I will say that most people that know nealon. I think it's funny that we worked together. 'cause we're very different trying to explain myself by actually describing. Neil and so you can imagine the opposite okay. Nail is very technical very analytical very logical. He's very patient. I am kind of odd. Not those things as much and so like I don't know if Sarah Zones of excellence I don't know if I really think about things in that same way. But in general I. Can you know work a lot with our community building? You know working with users at our last company. We were with bloggers. I kind of lead the community outreach and community building there And then you know we're startups. We juggle a lot of the other kind of West exciting tasks that startup as to. But Neil and I actually kind of are a little bit of a two headed monster. When it comes to different projects will work on. You know all types of aspects of projects together. So so Oliver would you. Would you consider yourself of the two of you? Would you consider yourself the more client facing side of the business and you would think that but no okay so wait is so so neil is the is the tech expert and he's the client facing site so. I'm trying to figure out what the sandwiches there. Yeah so if you think about it right like we cover you know. We're working with larger companies and then we also work with just a huge array of podcasters. Right so if you think about the community of you know your podcast or you're just starting out and wants to get in and try out these new tools like that's kind of what I work with. Neil works with the background is acknowledging but also does the the more B. Two B. sales stuff at the higher level sue. Okay got it. I'm wearing a tie dye t shirt right now. I saw that and I and I appreciate and respect that I probably for most of my. I'm fifty five so for most of my My teenage years and even beyond I probably I look in my closet. I don't know if I have any of my tie-dyed shirts. I think my first ex wife decided that she was going to throw them all away like so. How about you Neil? What's tell me a little bit about where yeah either Describe Oliver to me or describe yourself to me either way totally. Well I think I'LL OLIVER. Those around about way to say for his excellence is a is creative juices and specifically community building so. I think those two aspects are like really big Boats in our last company in this on soap so yes this is just some background. We were one of the biggest content recommendation companies On the Internet it's called it was called N relate so if you've ever read an article in at the bottom those links of what else to read We were one of the biggest providers of that and our biggest market was in the blocks gear. So if you're a blogger circa two thousand nine two thousand two thousand eleven is a pretty good chance used our software. We're on over like one hundred thousand sites and so on and Oliver was responsible for really growing that Community building it serving it Working with them to really refine our product and then I guess yeah for myself I guess I mean I just yeah very technical background And so I'd say I really liked to think hard in deep and long about problems and problem solving different types of things so that's probably mine. If I had to come up with one let me ask Oliver. Let me ask you a question just because I know that many of the time some of some of the challenges that our podcast clients have as we are talking to those that are in our turnkey podcast community. 'cause I said I'm going to really work hard at trying to to wear a couple of different hats here. I WANNA wear the head of the podcast as a podcast producer in the owner of a production company. But I also want to talk to the entrepreneurial base. That's out there. But let's just talk to the podcast for a quick second because it sounds like you've had a considerable amount of success in this basin so let me direct this dollar for just a moment. What do you think is the is the biggest hurdle that people have to get over in order to start building community because that's one of the biggest challenge that talk about the big three and podcasting. It's how do you build community? How do you grow influence? And how do you make money while money and influence or important? It's really challenging to do any of those things without a community. So can you share? Maybe some of the some of the maybe some of the mistakes some of the things that you see that people should be leaning into when it comes to building community. I really think we've always taken a very kind of basic approach to this. It works and that's number one Listen to people's feedback to enact that feedback Three let them know about it. And that's kind of the cycle. We follow right so you release something thinking people will use it someway the they might use it the way you intended. They might not make sure when they tell you. Hey I wish it did this that if if you can do that for them in the nasty blast for that you make those changes and then over time you build the product that people really want and it'll somewhat naturally it gets spread around the best way people hear about us is word of mouth and so that's kind of what we've totally focused is just getting a great product out to people and continually improving it.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

13:57 min | 1 year ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Now here all your host doug sandler handler and strickland bonner so i am a.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Now here all your host, Doug Sandler, and Strickland Bonner. So we're hanging out with Jeff Gilbert and Jeff is the host of sharable now. What's interesting about Jeff is Jeff has had this gone. He's kind of playing the hokey pokey with, with podcasting, but to a degree, which is really cool because a lot of smooth cool things have happened to not only as business for his podcast as well. So this is a special season of the nice guys business podcast. This episode is probably episode twenty or twenty two somewhere around there for this season of pop podcasters on podcasting. So Jeff, I know that yet you woke up today, especially did your hair just for just for the podcast. So if you're not catching this on video, you may want to go back and check out the video stuff, if you're Li to the audio Jeff welcome to the nice guys business pop special season, right here, Doug, it is so great to be with you, once again, you were guest number one on share bottle enough. You remember that? But, you know, launched charitable literally, I have nothing without you. A while. Okay. Well, it or you would have started the numbering to, I guess, that would have been, we can't publish that we'll just go right to so, so let's talk. Let's back up just a second. So you started sharable in. I think we discovered that it was somewhere around twenty seventeen maybe twenty sixteen somewhere in there. But you, you got in what was the original intention of getting into podcasting to begin with. Yes. So if I'll, I'll just give you like the twenty second that, that leads up to that is that I actually had had four podcasts before that all with some very, very kind of like the very standard level of success, that, I think, by, you know, data has shown what most podcasts have, you know, maybe they get one hundred listens on an episode maybe on some you get five lessons. Right. So, like I had a show for my agency called the true media podcasts. It was called conversations and it was very similar to the format of sharable, very similar in a lot of ways to, to the format of nice guys, it was conversations with interesting. People had that, and it kind of is like, and what happened? Was I got contacted? By a C suite radio about they liked our show. They discovered it they said trying to build up their catalog. They wanted to bring it on. And I thought it was weird to bring my agency show on. So I came up with a new show called charitable. I was amazed that the, the name was available and what we decided was we wanted it to be something that we could be really excited about putting out there was also super valuable and the two interests that I really have that I'm super fascinated by our people and technology, which pretty much covers almost everything in life. But I am fascinated by people why they make the decisions they do how to influence people why some people are good people are evil all the spaces in between. So people fascinate mentorship leadership sales etcetera. And then there's technology, which I've, I've been a gig since I was a little kid. So I said, you know what I'm going to put together a show that talks about the impact of people in technology on our lives in careers. And that's what I launched with on C suite radio. And we stayed with them for about two of our seasons before we decided to leave and just kind of do our own thing. And I, I have lofty plans of starting my own podcast network one day. So, so people tend. To get into podcasting for one of a few reasons one, they want to do it to build influence. Second. They wanna do it to build a community and share their message and third. They wanna do to make money. So if you had to pick one of those three that you kinda got in as an idea building influence building, community or making money. What would you say would be at an I'm okay? I'll throw the first stone here. I mean, I, I was all about the money. I mean for me. I didn't care necessarily about building a big community. I had a message, but it didn't necessarily even care about sharing my message if I could make money with my podcast. So when we first got in that was the intention how about you? What did you wanna do math a tough one? I think the closest one of those three that I would say it is, is building community. And that's because I think my podcast cards on the table, man. My podcast is, is purely a selfish motive. I like talking to people, so for me jumping on and having the chance to share a half an hour with someone. Who's just absolutely brilliant. Coaching free coaching. Yeah. I mean, it's, it's free coaching. It's. It's also just it's a learning experience. Man. It's like reading a book. You're reading the book of somebody else's life experiences and, and you make a new friend, right? Like you and I met because of podcasting. Right. And I and I make it a point now. And again, just to reach out to you be like yeoman. What's going on? Right. As I you know, I, I love your face. Love your podcast. Love what you instruct do. And it's, it's great to keep in touch, and we've helped each other in, you know, even just little ways of referring each other guests or bring each other on talk to each other sharing and comparing notes. So for me, I just think that the actual benefit of doing it itself for me. It's never been about the money which is probably to my detriment because I think if I had that as a goal I probably would operate differently in and in some cases, maybe have more success with the show but for me, it's all about the people man, I love making new friends and expanding my network and building community people that I can reach out to and be like, oh, I need advice on this, or how can I help you with that or whatever? So has the path that you've been on is. Different than when then when you when you started. I mean was it the expected path from the very beginning to where it is right now? No, not at all. So because of my previous experiencing podcasting. And the level of quote unquote, results, I got from it the number of listens, the number of like comments shares, etc. Like I very low expectations going into sharable can, you know, candidly, I would have been really happy if any episode got like one hundred listens and I would have been like thrilled. So the fact that we're now you know, upwards of sixty thousand downloads on our show, right? Over eighty some odd episodes is like to me, it's staggering those are numbers of and, and, you know, when I think about the stuff that you've been able to do with stir on on ice guys. I'm I'm, I'm absolutely floored. By the numbers that you guys are putting her to idea how that's even happening. Yeah. Right. And it's a by I think that's kind of like just at a different level. I think my experience is probably very similar, like the first time that you saw that you were putting a million downloads like it, probably like something. Hopped. You're like what is happening? So when I saw, you know, that we crossed the sixty thousand download threshold, I was like this is actually in a class of success and for people who grinding grinding grinding work to actually put out content do stuff in our met with crickets, like nobody paying any attention to actually be in that small class of people who've achieved some modicum of success. It's you know, it's nice it's validating that like you have something that's worth it. We'll talk about that, for quick second, because I think it's so important is somebody's would say, okay, well at a million downloads or a hundred thousand dollars or no matter the number. What's what's the? You know how do you determine success? I can't go into Wells Fargo in cash. Download so it's not like the downloads, represent anything other than an ear that have been that had been listening to an episode, but unless you're able to actually convert that to something. So it may be spend just a moment talking about the importance or the lack of importance of the numbers, and then what numbers actually mean I mean, what are the important metrics that you use to determine whether your podcast actually has been successful for you? I know you've just been recently through a, a huge transition or an acquisition or something with your business was your podcast, all part of that. Or if it was a part of that, you know what role did it play yen? And so for me and I think your question helped to frame this part really nicely. So if your goal is money than those numbers need to lead to that objective. Right. If your goal is influence than your goal, then your activities and numbers and metrics volunteered to lead to that for mine. It's community. Right. So I can. Can list off right now? Like fifteen people that I met through podcasting. That I can say, I can literally call these people. I have their phone numbers, I can sit down and just talk with them as I can ask them advice. You know, I can ask them for signed copies of their books, and they'll, they'll write them personalized for me. And I always buy them from them, but I'm just saying I have these relationships now. So for me, that's, that's my number one metric of success. And then kinda to the part that I was just alluding to the downloads listens, where I actually the, the validation. The reason why those numbers are important to me is that the validate that I'm not just getting that one aspect of the relationships from podcasting, but that also other people are getting value from it. And for me again because I have a day job, I'm part owner in a marketing agency. That's world class. We're crushing it in what we do on the day to day basis. The podcast isn't part of that for me. The podcast is mine. It didn't come along with the acquisition. When I sold my company. So the podcast is like my thing, and it's my thing again, to build my community grow my network. Work. And sure it'll lead to business and it's led to opportunities and you know, but I haven't really focused on that I guess the point is when people come up to me, and they're like, yo, I listened to your episode like somebody front of my came up to me, and was like, hey, I listen to Europe's number sixty nine with Joe with Joey Coleman, and it was about the customer experience. He's like that blew my mind listened to it like five times. And I've sent it to other people if I have if I have one of those month it, validates the entire point of me doing it above and beyond just the joy I get from doing. Right. Right. So how so if there was somebody that's listening to this right now. And we have a lot of people in our community that are either thinking about podcasts. You're just getting getting into podcasting. How do you even determine what your goals are before you get in? Like, if I look back to why we got into nice guys to begin with while we started the podcast, it was all about promoting a book that I had just released in December of oriental February of two thousand fifteen and it was about book promotion, it was about getting out on the speaking tour. It was about maybe promoting my own. Online cores it was about promoting my coaching business, and it seems like over the last four years, the evolution of that has gone completely in a different direction. So how do you even start to set a goal for podcasts? Then. How do you adjust goals as you as your podcast really starts to evolve in move on? Yeah, man. Great question, because it all of your all the points that we're talking about here today really tied together. Right. So when you started out, you said it was about the money. So I'm sure even as your path has changed a bit. It's still probably about, like at some point, this needs to deliver some business value free, because this is kind of your full-time gig among the other things that you do..

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Bonner? Welcome back. Welcome back. My name's Strickland Bonner on the other side of the Trumpster. Doug sandler? Doug is still in bed. Don't get the wrong idea. I'm not in bed with. It's not like that not that. There's anything wrong with that. No, not at all. Not at all. Now. I'm not gay. Just let him suck. My dick. That's way too early in the episode to get that graphic. Offending people. Right after that. We just just like five hundred listeners, right? There could have been people that were actually driving in their car. Just accidentally tuned into the. Hey, hey, Johnny. This might be a good show. Listen on the way on the way to grammar school. Okay. Mom, let's tune in Strickland's. Like, I was just suck. His dick. Look at the title. Nice guys on business. Maybe we can learn something about business net. Faulk? No, not in this show. You got the wrong damn show right here. I listen to I guess the biggest problem is I don't think on overcast where a lot of our listeners are coming from. I don't think on overcast. There is a explicit or non-explicit rating. Is there I know there is on itunes. We've we've traveled the let me go over to overcast right now, you know, what really need to go back on Lipson. So we can maybe get back up into the. I know I know. Come on you fucking one in business on overcast for like, six months. Do you know what it was probably more than a year was that long? But it was a long fucking time. Okay. Okay. I got an Email today from some like service that is like, hey, we can show your pocket. I know. I know I know it's really cool. Right. Hey, you've charted on ninety four different podcast charts. Okay. That's cool. Right. So why and in the US in business marketing, we've we've peaked at like three hundred twelve unlike okay when they're six hundred thousand podcasts out there. I guess hundred on I tunes is not bad. But fuck that. I we were number one on overcast for a long time. Yeah. But strick there. Okay. Let me let's play into this for just one quick second. Because I can't believe you're fucking saying this because because I was totally for three years. I was the guy saying, oh, I'm so. Sighted. We're number one on overcast and look at all the guys. And if you listen to an overcast leads rate and review as I would be the one to lead that charge at check and overcast like seventeen hundred times a day, and you and you're like, dude, it's not our business model. Our business model is has.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"You prosper now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner live events, if you've ever been to a great one, you, you know, they just flow in there. If you've ever been to a weekend from hell event, you've wished that you spent the weekend said watching maybe bad community theater or cleaning out your gutters. Well, here to talk all things live events and understanding exactly how to put together one best practices for live events. And we're just going to kind of jam on this one because this is one of those things where I've had some experience. I know Jim has also had some experience Jim Padilla. Welcome back to the nice guys on business podcast. Hey, happy holidays, man. Gotta have you. Gotta glad to be back. Thanks for having me here. Yeah. I I appreciate you being here. And I love, you know, we had a meeting a couple of months ago or maybe a month or so ago just talking about live events, and we're like why don't we why don't we do? Either a podcast episode about it. Or let's. See if we can figure out some work. Now, my experience is as probably as a professional speaker. And as the guy that's been an emcee at these live events in DJ events. I've seen so many great ones, and I've also seen in number of events that I've been to as a participant. And they've just been like dog as boring and slow. So why don't you start with sharing a little bit about what you do how you do it? And then we can get into like what makes a good live event. What makes a live event? Really shitty. Yeah. Well, our company we have this crazy company that happens to do outsource sales, and our sweet spot is we call him scale events. Anytime you're going to do a large quantity of sales in a short period of time may online launch a live event national ad campaign activities short period of time. And so there's a lot of he's involved in that there and the events phase is where we really we we've built in deep out of dove dove. Tens of dive. But I'll take Dovan. I'm good with. But we've been a lot of time in this environment. And so we don't even consider ourselves sales team in that Spence we're event experts who we really understand how to create and, cultivate, the ideal environment for an optimal experience.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Hey strike. Do you think there's anybody out there in audience already has a podcast could be I think we definitely need to hear from those people, you know, ninety nine percent of podcasters don't make any money from their podcast. Let alone make a lifestyle out of their podcasts. And that's something. We've been able to to do actually with our podcast the nice guys on business. We have made a six figure income out of our podcast. You learn how to go to Turkey podcast dot com slash gift. GIF t not Jeff like the peanut butter or the image style. Now. GIF t- turnkey podcast dot com forward slash gift. Five ways to make money podcasting. Check it out today raised by wolves. Here's what's coming up on the nice guys on business, and your woman needs more from you. And she doesn't want to have sex with you very much. Maybe it's because you aren't turning on the oven ahead of time. And sometimes all it takes his text message or a phone call or a know type or a touch of some kind puts a music on like you literally remember, they're not you. And they're also not you in the way that when you touch their body. Parts. They don't react the same as you. So when you just grab their boobs or grab there, but it's not like them, grabbing your penis. You're watching channel four news with five time EMMY award winning anchor Ron burgundy and tits McGee brought to you. By the nice guys on business podcast 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 fans, ladies and gentlemen. Nice guy community. Welcome back. Welcome back. It is the Thursday edition of the nice guys on business podcast. My name is Doug Sandler. And I am gauges zan's. Welcome to women men and. This is this is the next week. Wow. Of our show. This is great. This is great. All right. So just to give you a really brief setup. We Strickland is driving his family between Austin, Texas. And I mean between Washington DC and Austin, Texas and JJ are co hosting this show, and we're simulcasting actually women men and relationships and the nice guys all business podcasts. Both shows. We we co host well known. You know, I'm often I'm in a regular guest on the nice guys on business. You are a standard co host for women men. Relationships course intelligently? Okay. When we last left you in our last recording. We were talking about we we were going to get to a really juicy subject called techs. And that's where we are right now. Yeah. And actually we've done a whole bunch of sex conversations on with relationships that we've done a whole bunch of sex between now. And then, but it seems like not. Okay. We're going to keep moving. So I I we were talking about the differences between men and women biologically. How we communicate how we can act differently to children men have opinions. Where is that all different now, actually? So I was talking to addressing most of the women on the Lascaux by saying, ladies, you treat your men like Harry women. All right. Let's let slip that over though men. You treat your women like self-indulgent men, you think that they're overly emotional self-indulgent men in you, expect your women to think like you it works in reverse and until speaking different language, you wouldn't go to country like literally to a country that you don't know the language then get upset that they're the bay. Don't understand your language. Well, we do Americans. We do. No one likes us. Right. It's so true. It's like we go into a store in Paris. And we expect the shopkeeper the owner to speak English. When like when they don't speak English. We get pissed and they'd get pissed at us because they think that we think that they should speak English. Right. Well, if you're a normal human being who isn't an asshole, and you go to another country that has another language, and you understand that it would be nice if you learned their language. Because you're in their country. Then it's a situation with men and women. So men women are not like you. They're not single focused. They're not they don't get to the point. They want to tell a story there about connection and feeling they want to interrupt you every time you talk because they want you to know that they're listening not because they wanted disrespect you. So instead of getting upset at them because they have interrupted you use in you feel very frustrated that you can't get to the point. 'cause not you've lost your point because they interrupted you try to remember and have patience for and compassion for that they interrupted you because they actually are listening and want to be connected. And and women just know that when you are doing the dishes, let's say and your man comes up from behind you in grabs you and just want even when you have those ugly, purple gloves on and all they wanna do is go down on you, let them okay. Because I think it's really important. You don't have to necessarily feel sexy. Every time you're man once you maybe sometimes you do but not every time. All right. That's a perfect segue. Doc, running everyone. Now, exactly what he wanted me to know about what happens when I'm doing the dishes. So. I tell you pretty much every time. I know. So it's better. Right. It's better. Okay. Absolutely better. We've moved the bedroom much closer to the kitchen. Okay. So let's talk about that sock about sex in a more direct way in a more masculine writing. Okay. Then we have on other episodes of women or relationships were talking about all kinds of in-depth things about in enlightened sex. So anyone on nice guys wants to hear several weeks of enlightened sex talking about masculine feminine, energies, whatever. Anyway, it's been a really great conversation in we're continuing it not right now. But in the future, this is going to be more like direct in one say dirty. What's that? Something in dirty. What's the phrase, dirty Gallinari? Okay. Wow. So women feel connected to men through touch and through sensuality. And I use the terms in the I I sort of make the parallel of women are ovens and menorah blowtorches. Right. That's great. I love women. Need the heat up? He turn it on. And donated some Flint during the over. And you guys because you're units on the outside of you. So you're constantly being stimulated versus are what stimulates us is tucked away on the inside. So it takes a little while very good. That's a very good way to explain it. Okay. So because of that a woman is not always in the mood to have sex with you, and sometimes needs a couple of different things in order to get in the mood. And I know for me for a while. I didn't like the idea of faking it I didn't want I wanted to be authentically in the same place. But now, she's okay. You know? Now, are we going on just giving so for women, honestly, especially depending on the quality of sex sex? Sometimes isn't that important? Now, some women will be like, oh my God. It's so important to me. I'm not saying across the board generally only about thirty percent of women have orgasms. And which is crazy. I know you guys may not even know that. But in in most of those women that thirty percent, most of them don't even have vaginal orgasms. They have clear orgasms. So there's there's this whole like that conversation. Right. So remembering that women don't need sex as much as men do women men. Feel more connected to you when they have sex sex is how they connect. And sometimes it's not just about sex. It's about connection. It's about attitude. My gosh, it's like fucking attitude adjustment. I mean, we've we've had this conversation. A couple of times we're gonna count. Okay. Okay. Fine. That's good. So we were in involving more week ago. A little over week ago will be there by the time. You're listening to just coming back. Thanks, mom, and mom was out of town. I was like oh second. Mom, right. And and we had some really fun ex-. And because we kind of you know, had the place where selves and not that it felt like nestling nod or anything, but for me, it was a new it was gonna be in a new place and nobody's there, and there's no responsibilities. I have no connection to anything. So I'm completely present to be with you. And we'd had a great day. And you were really nice clothes, and your is really nice. And anyway, I was all turned on him. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. My Evan was on. That was. All right. We're on broil. I believe right. Okay. So so great like sex in Maryland. And then we come back and get back into the grind of daily life. And and so I don't know maybe a six five days in six days in do. You wanna talk about what happened for you know, trying to remember what how the have a whole thing went down. I mean, you did this. As ING thing with you know, for me with stepping out of the sex for just a second. You know Hanukkah was was last week or a couple of weeks ago. If you're listening women men in relationships in into the into this episode. So you did this really cool thing where you basically create Sommese meal from scratch for all the Hanukkah things. Like lock is in multiple soup, and and and what else Allah, and oh, yeah. Tala helmet applesauce area. Researchers ridiculous off the hook. I mean, nobody has ever done gone to this. This degree of of preparation for me with with cooking woes, really great. And then like two days later, it was my birthday, and you took me to this amazing meal. And I mean, you what you went to the end th degree the nth degree for me. Okay. I've given it now the setup. Scenario. It's Wednesday when thing right. It was Wednesday or Thursday may was Thursday. Any no was Wednesday Wednesday. You said to me I wanted to tell them what you were a little frustrated. I don't even remember why you said, I miss you. Right. Your brain rates. We going six days or five days without having sex. So you said, I miss you. I don't feel connected to you. I feel like you care about the cats more. And it was a moment. I think but I was I was putting it I was ringing. I was bringing down this avalanche of feelings. I'm like, you know, and I was even connecting it with sex. And sometimes I forget that if I go five or six days without sex. Sometimes I forget, I need this bizarre adjustment. And the attitude adjustment is is sex. Right. But you need even think it was. Oh, so you're rolling over and saying, I miss you. I don't feel connected to you. This is Wednesday or Thursday. I don't remember today because it must once your Thursday. And here we are in Wednesday. Because you are you put the sign up. Okay. Whatever. So I got mad because you know, like, you said, I when I went all day

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Yeah, this episodes not gonna suck like the last hundred or so. This one's gonna rock with a nice guys on business, holy shit. This is not possible ever before. Have I seen a price. My calculations are correct when this baby hits eighty eight miles per hour. You're gonna see the nice guys on business podcast, 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 are your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner okay. Hey, we're ready to go. Hey, welcome back. Welcome back, funk in fans. My name is Strickland. Bonner on the other side of the microphone. Mr. Doug Sandler. You know, you may hear something you haven't heard in a while today, which would be the wheel because apparently we have a lot of topics. Wow, we're going to bring the wheel out. You gotta dust. You know, the wheel actually made the cross country journey to me, and then it they UPS tried three times a delivery wasn't year three. So it sounds. Now back in the in the factory that made the wheel to begin with, which is which is the Bonner household shish. Sorry, I didn't mean it. You know, I actually when I arrived, there was a sticker that UPS left on the door. It said must be twenty one or older. I got confused. You know, it's funny. I'd say that although this is all just a theater of the mind that we're playing with the reality of it is I did have some I have you ever heard of naked wines? I think have heard the name before I've ninety what it is. So again, this is not a commercial for naked wines, although it could be a commercial for naked winds with the exception of the delivery service that they use, which is some Kochta service like an NGO and Joe deliver whatever their delivery service sucked. But the so I go to this site I I was given a coupon for one hundred dollars off of of any orders of a case of wine or more. I'm thinking she had a case of wine. What's the average bottle of wine? 'cause probably I don't know, fifteen or twenty bucks for moderate level of, you know, type of wine. So I'm like, okay, that's what's that. What's twenty bucks times twelve bottles, two hundred and four dollars. It's still a hundred forty dollars in wine on my cat. She's a little expensive, but let me check it out. So I go to the site naked wines dot com. And. Enter in their promo code. I can't remember what it was. I think it was specific to that little coupon that I had and I picked out a whole bunch of wines and I placed the order and two days later a a a notice was left on my door. That said, sorry, we've attempted to deliver a package, but you have to be twenty one or older. And I'm like, I was, I swear. I was here. I don't. I don't know what happened. I was here, so I call the company and I said, hey, can you do me a favor? Can you re deliver it another day? And they said, yes, we'll deliver it tomorrow. And if you're not home tomorrow, we'll try one more time before we have to send it back to the the shipping company like, okay, that's fine. The next day they they say, they'll be in my area between ten and noon. I am here at my house literally ten feet from the front door, and I go out around one o'clock and there is a notice on tour. Notice on the door that says, sorry, we've attempted to deliver for the second time one more delivery. Tenth. I'm like, what the fuck is going on. I was here, so I called him. I was a little bit. Irate, but I call them. I said, I was here. I don't know. What are they doing? Tell them to knock louder. I swear. I was literally sitting. I couldn't have been maybe ten ten feet is a is an exaggeration. Maybe I was sitting twenty feet from the front door, but certainly close enough in my house to be able to hear. Next day comes. Same exact thing happens. I'm like, what the fuck is going on. I said, I, I call the company and I said, what are you kidding me? I was here I was. I wasn't sitting at the front door like a watching like a hawk as the delivery person came and must have come in while I was in showers. I don't know. So I said, I said, can you? Can you read the notes that I read last time? She said, yes. I said, what does it say? And then she read me the note, you said, you know, attempted delivery and I go out to my front and I'm like, oh,

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NewMediaSummit and the Word of the Day is

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:16 min | 2 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 | 2 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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 Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:03 min | 2 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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 Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:03 min | 2 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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D&S- Abandoned Church or College? Gotta listen to The Nice Guys if you want to find out.

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:15 min | 2 years ago

D&S- Abandoned Church or College? Gotta listen to The Nice Guys if you want to find out.

"The nice guys on business have a very limited vocabulary most of which is four letter words and bathroom humor. Yes. They act like ten year old boys on a good day. There will be fart. Jokes and worse. Parental discretion is advised it stricken. You just pass by them possibly what the policies and procedures are for the amount of time that must elapse before a customer gets a menu. I'll have with the nice guys on business or having. They always fuck you at the drive drive-thru. Oh, and on the nice guys on business podcast, 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. Okay. Oh, you are recording? Good. I just just so there's a couple of things that are either going on number one year either at a brothel where there's a woman having a very loud orgasm pleasure being pleasure by a very large man or you're at a bar, which one are you. Hang on. I want to go back to that first because. Specific. No, it is definitely the former. I don't know what the hell you're talking about Vegas or something. I, where are you? You're in, you're, are you in Maine, the way will, by the way, prostitute is illegal and biggest by the way legal in Nevada, but it's illegal in Clark, county eggs. I am not in Maine, it's a long story, but I'm in Connecticut. Wait a minute. Hold on a second. I wanna hear part of the story because you should be in Maine right now, shouldn't you be? I, I went to Maine to drop one child off at college. I'm on my way back, but on the way back where stopping in Connecticut because another child wants to go visit an abandoned church. And so we're staying overnight in Connecticut, so we can make up in the morning and go see the abandoned church in the daylight. I'll go on the details right to say this. I would like to say this, you are a better father. Then I would ever that I would ever imagine that I will ever be. And then I have ever been a one of your kids says to you. I want to stop dad. I have a great idea coming home from Maine through Connecticut. I would like to stop it in an abandoned church and you're willing to put up a an entire night hotel room and stopping probably well more than not even. Is it not not halfway? Is it it's? It is about halfway, but yet this after eight and a half hour drive up to Connecticut. And now I'm sorry up to Maine, and then it's going to be another eight and a half hour drive back, split half its. I got on what we do to keep our children happening. Right. Is it sixteen wait a minute? If I did the math correctly, I counted seventeen hours there. Is it seventy? Nine? We're driving to Maine, Maryland. Well, no, nine and a half or eight and a half hours up eight and have our back. Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you said I thought you meant eight and a half hours each way. So did you actually the ride earn worth? Did you go nor hours each way? Okay. When you went north, did you actually do the halfway stop? Did you stop in at least? Did you play it fair? Did you go to an abandoned synagogue? What you know what you didn't go to abandoned synagogue because us Jews or too stingy to actually in anything exactly. No, there are no abandoned synagogues. No you. You don't want. It's really interesting all of the synagogues. You know, maybe it's the other way around all of the churches that really want to move to another facility when they grow too large, they, they sell their facility to the Jews and we and we buy their their old churches from them and convert them into synagogues. There's got to be something about. I, I had no idea. I, I mean, unless you're enlist your like in an area that is like hard what his place I'll be playing video games there. What is going on? What are you hearing? Because I have. Club music. It's. This, I'm going to other restaurant slash bar called Maggie MC flies. Okay. It's like kind of local here to Connecticut, but I think it's also a chain. It's actually one of the topics I put on. I don't know that we want to get into it because you have a lot of really good topics, and this one is separate, but let me get magnetic flies the first of all you. It looks like a really fun hometown bar type of place. They've got some tables outside which right right now, but it's like midnight right now so that the restaurant part is closed and I and the bar part is open, right? There's only like fifteen people here, but it sounds like about a fuck it on because really we actually eight here earlier as well. We had dinner here and my family at dinner here earlier, and it just looks like a fun, like warm and fuzzy American pump food restaurant, like a TGI

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Thursday in the Time Machine

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

04:30 min | 2 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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Virginia Muzquiz- Business by Referral, Life by Design

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

05:40 min | 2 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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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"The dollar shave club wayne ago shave your face don't want to go to because you never have to send them to you right to step the greatest idea since the sealers wall millan and maybe even better than the watermelon slice as a a month god that's so cheap so go to shape club right oh nice job strickland bonner way to go terrible hey doug as i'm listening back to that now i didn't take us on sponsor why is it now i don't know i thought it was pretty entertaining actually we i think we've outlasted many many companies i mean there's a lot of companies that have gone in business and come out of business and we still have this podcasts weird al yankovic did a interview like it's called the interview with dan rather and he interviews like music and rockstar seven and he's talking to weird al and weird al said when i was trying to.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"You prosper now hero your host doug sandler and strickland bonner do you have information to share i woke up the other day to a couple of things one was an email saying you've actually put down the extra money that is nonrefundable that was number one on this new tesla that you're buying and the second thing is at six o'clock in the morning i get a text message from you obviously it's nine o'clock your time because i'm in la and the messages can you talk and i know that you know that i'm on west coast time something and otit something's something big has gone down i think when i connected with you you're like okay i bought the car i'm like this is what you have to tell at six o'clock in the morning okay well we should probably clarify too like when when i'm reaching out to you at six in the morning saint can you talk like if it's if it's an emergency i'll let you know i was really basically meaning to say hey do you know are you up i know at six am in california now so i'm driving to work you know you and i used to talk a lot when i'm on work through so so i will clarify that for the future so when you get a text for me that just says can we talk there's nothing emergency like but i'll let you know in some way if it's bright and early in the morning if i understand let's yes so hey hey we we sort of the show welcome back welcome back funk in fans mine in strickland bonner on the other side of the microphone mr doug sandler can can i i just say say can i just say that most of our most of the people that i know that our podcasters when they come in to do their their their intro number one they start much more clean than we start but the other thing is that i found that in listening to a lot of podcast most people don't even fuck an introduce themselves i'm like you know that some people are tuning in for the very first time if this is the first time you've tuned into the nice guys on business podcast strickland what would we normally say at this point we would normally say doesn't get any better than this right we would normally apologize yeah exactly apologize right off the bat if you're listening and this is your first time tuned into the nice guys just know that a couple of things number one we are called the nice guys on business podcast most of the time when it stricken i talking that's out of guy over there we probably you're not going to hear a lot of business from us so we we had thought about just eliminating the word business from the title nice guys on business but then it would just call be called the nice guys and then as the stricken i talked more about it we discovered that the second factor which was what strick that we're we're just not always that nice not that nice either that was called the guys we did yes same kind of kind of generic generic so a little were sticking but we got for now so we didn't logo yet we do heart we know with our little little microphone stand it's really cute a strict so it's right now it is we're recording it it's morning time here for me it's about nine am nine fifteen nine thirteen actually a west coast time strict and i'm in l a l ciganda not too far from the a airport and strickland is in baltimore or elkridge not too far from bwi we are just you know what is can you get mapquest and tell me the exact amount of miles that you are for me just type in elkridge shrum elsa gunda i'm very curious exact i keep saying thirty five hundred miles it could be i could be a thousand miles off i have no idea okay i'll fix so i'm on the i'm on this little adventure and i am west coast time for the next at least the next couple of months maybe beyond that probably beyond that but just on west coast time right now loving the the la experience loving the beach that's here.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"With what we've been able to do over the last year with this business and i'm feeling like you know you've given me the flywheel speech so many times strict we i've been building this business since two thousand and let's see let me think about this second i we started the podcast in two thousand fifteen i was two years before that with starting my my my speaking business though so i've been doing that you've been giving me the flywheel speech for almost six years now and the flywheel speech fucking rocks so can you share with our community our funk and fans the ones that really need to hear what this fucking flywheel speech is because if oaks this is it this strickland bonner at his finest is three sentences and it's about to happen right here so maybe strickland share share with our community the flywheel speech please so if you are working on something maybe or solar per noor and in and you're trying to build your business and it just feels like you're getting nowhere and you're putting so much time into it and it's just not happening you gotta think of your business like a flywheel for those of you don't know what to fly wheel is huge fucking heavy thing that it just takes so much energy just to get it to move an inch when you first start with it right you're trying to push it and then when you get moving a little bit if you keep pushing that it was a little more than aloom more and a little more but the thing is when you get it moving then you just let go and it goes on it so what you gotta you gotta get past that little part where it's barely barely moving because you just gotta keep working at and you gotta keep working until it just gets going at which point you can take your foot off the gas and it still keeps going so there's a lot of work there tell me how many times would you say in the last six years you needed to give me the fly rule speak well it's been quite a bit in fact i'm going to ask you a question don't want it to sound i hope it'll take it to fensive like because i don't mean it that way but do you.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Host doug sandler and strickland bonner hey welcome back welcome back function fans it is friday friday friday money was stricken bonner on the other side of the microphone mr doug sand lurid i'm i'm looking at i'm looking at the episodes that we have coming up still better in the quote unquote in the can i'm going to use my uh my my uh my podcast speak here dude with thirty interviews that still have to air 25 i can't even tell how many looks like it more than twenty i know that oh my god you're you're just interviewing people do quick light i don't know what happens i don't i don't i'm not doing a different pace i just seems like they're just stacking you know what it is every day monday through friday i've opened up my schedule every day to do one interview meaning i'm gonna recorded today whenever heirs wall just put her in the queue and i guess because i have five days in a week but we only air three episodes that have interviews a week i guess some adding two more into the pile so i didn't notice it till right now maybe i should only be doing for the next few weeks maybe just three interviews now we need to figure out onto why not we need to figure out how we can honed down to get even better gas tireless that's what it comes down to that's what it comes down to here we need to speedy of amazing interviews i mean this technically it wasn't an interview but have at yesterday's show yesterday girls takeover i was pretty buddhika so if you listen the tuesday's episode nice guy community you may remember that a on a more and danny were a little bit more conservative i i don't know if we heard very much out of marred the entire episode she was kind of hiding behind her microphone assault she watched the video society on our although nice guy community you don't have access to the video were really sorry but you know what i give you a bonus material but that would require us actually and strictly having to do some killings work and that's probably not good on sowa nasa can yeah between between danny and and more and on i was thinking you know.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Due to illness the roles of the nice guys on business today will be played by john stewart and bill o'reilly we apologize for the inconvenience let's save and i started gambling i on quite a lot then you don't have that kind of control on yourself you've ben lot you let's say lose ten times more than that and this is exactly what happened to me i threw off his groove the rhythm in which he lives his life his pattern of behavior i threw it off and the emperor head may thrown out the window fortunately my fall was broken by the nice guys on business need in education on how to grow your business that nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just be nice can help you prosper now hero your host doug sandler and strickland bonner ewang advance welcome back welcome back it's friday you add either made it for the week or og we're all the way the weekend now i don't get to our is weekend my name is stricken about on the us i might've from issued xl who i am excited i'm excited about just today about being alive in being energized tickets semites mix thing i don't know what did you do you do when you approach your day in the morning you wake up like with a with a certain like level of enthusiasm that just like this extra bounce in your step or is just like another day is like oh my gosh so much stuff that you today it's impossible yet so will not that much of a morning person but i certainly do wake up positive and like ready to attack the day even though takes me while they give us a rowland i you look forward you all this stuff i've got i don't i don't know what your which your morning routine is was so if you get up you get up at the same about the same time every day usually asleep later we can sometimes but typically at and what time to get around six a from so you get up at six at what they're so is your phone right next to your bed no no no i actually make sure not to give an actually that so i get up at six i'll go downstairs and like turn on the morning.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Due to illness the roles of the nice guys on business today will be played by stadler and waldorf we apologize for the inconvenience i've been at venting all the way through my first first spot in the advent calendar was actually him a nora i thought it was well listen you're gonna put a jew in front of a in charge of an advent calendar first thing i'm gonna go with is let's put the minority in their three on cours wearing pants plate of hot air basket of grandma's breakfasts and change the bowl to gill and what did the nice guys on business one lead in education on how to grow your business that nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just be nice can help you prosper now bureau your host doug sandler strickland bonner said he you like my you like my name i'm not going to say because you know i'm now going to we're not going to post a picture all the outgoing in we're not going to say what it is because in this current uh atmosphere i don't think it would be appropriate welcome back welcome back strictly as my name stricken bonner such a on the other side of the microphone mr doug sandler and i'm not going to say his and caster named you are such a bitch t you we have a better could julian topics in you know what i'm going to do i am going to grab one immediately without even spinning it's going to be my because nerves appropriate yes because i hadn't heard about that slight wind went matt well you don't even know what topic now i know which one you're gonna use the matt lauer when when you eat mean i'm just telling you this right now matt lauer this is a topic in the wheel matt lauer is looking for thirty million dollars after being fire so the question is how i heard about math i gotta tell you i i usually watch the today show in the morning yeah so the day he had fired it was kind to surreal because it was very obvious that savannah guthrie an and doubted high kathy low rhoda whoever what they way to.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Due to illness the roles of the nice guys on business a day we'll be played by beavis and butthead we apologize for the inconvenience right the only thing stopping us is is really that narrative that's they'd inner dialogue has gone in her head that saying you can't do that it's not gonna work in whether it's in your own voice or someone once told you it's not gonna work that's the thing that stops as we get addicted to that story we play this movie in our head over and over again or we play we know we'll have references we get addicted to tell in this horror story right on of you have any of those people of you're having a bad day and you go oh man you know this this whatever happened in the nagoya hot you think that's bad human beings were not meant to sit in little cubicles staring a computer screens all day filling out useless forms and listening to eight different bosses drone on about mission statements we were meant to listen to the nice guys on business podcast need in education on how to grow your business that nice guys are here to help learn of a great customer service networking and how just be nice can help you prosper now hero your host doug sandler and strickland bonner ewang advance welcome back welcome back it is wednesday we apologise for the length of yesterday shoring up we appreciate if you start around the end but we know we can rabble and ronald reagan name is string about on this on my friend mr doug sample hey hey did you uh did you you put a um what are those things called easter egg you haven't then easter eggs in quite some time strickland i'm a little bit no i'm doing him every show doug you're just not hearing them right you're missing them.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Due to illness the roles of the nice guys on business a day we'll be played by siegfried in roy we apologize for the inconvenience you're everton interview and you get the question have you ever been convicted of a felony you never ever want to answer on convicted i told bild that if they move my desk one more time than then i'm i'm quitting i'm going to quit they move my desk four times already this year i used to be over by the window and i could see the squirrels and they were mary but then they switched from the swingline to the boston state player but i kept my swingline staple because it didn't bind up as much and i kept the staples for the swingline staple in a it's not ok because if they take my stay player than us at the building on fire and i might even start listening to the nice guys on business podcast that'll teach him lead in education on how to grow your business that nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just be nice can help you prosper now bureau your host doug sandler and strickland bonner come back welcome back it's tuesday oh my god we have so much to talk about we have room message for more it rick is back he is he's back i just strickland i i just i want to go back for just one quick moment tuesday and just tell you that i'm sorry and i mean thursday i don't 500 does a threat to its rightful thursday 100 what or your back to five hundred and tell you i'm sorry and i love you well me to dog does funny i some who was it somebody wrote maybe the rudest personally i can remember like you guys should fight more often.

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"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"strickland bonner" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Prosper now bureau your host doug sandler and strickland bonner welcome back welcome back mining strip about on the as our microphones reduct ciller and maris joining us again today hey market morning hey hey hey okay so he have a topic last we have leftovers from tuesday but doug wants to jump in because we we stumbled across the afro man up positive remix of because i got high basically change lurks around to say all the positive things that will come from the legalization of marijuana which is happening in many states already and doug would like to discuss it as well as i am listening to the lyrics and i've never really listen to the lyrics on either the the original version or the remix version but what i'm hearing from the new version a nice guy community strictly maybe what you can do is put in the show notes the actual positive version laying a link yup of the lincoln they're thinking that maybe they're just going to have an antidrug message and that's not what it was and then certainly i was not expecting that to be that way but the other side of it is they're saying hey you know there's going to be less drug dealers less gangbangers less people that are creating violent were a violent world because we are legalizing pod now i don't even know that that to be true do you i don't think the that okay so this the song has about five versus to it and each traverse is referencing something else that is positive about the legalisation of pot now the one you happen to here was that now the way i heard that verse was not necessarily they're going to be fewer gangbangers but if i'm buying pot any way that i'm not gonna have to now go into the city and deal with these gangbangers to by my pot so to me that's look i see that positive a little but that's kind of minor the other ones and by the way just a unique perspective elbows in this world now today i'm also looking at this as as though the guys that are that are seriously smoke and we'd the ones that are really into the whole situation the whole culture i don't see them walking into a store and buying pied in that is their only they're only interface with the drug i because i think that.

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