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"tanya ross" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"tanya ross" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Kept in her car and her cat as she pulled out. Onto one of the main roads through paradise people are starting to panic. It's it's dark and so you're like the trouser lighting up so fast and you start hearing sirens and it's like the world just crazy lake. People were driving over curbs the every every ambulance anything that could help. People were busy. A rescue people trying to get at the same time. Chris robbins saw the parents dropping their kids off at school. Start to get jumpy. They didn't want to leave their children anymore. Some parents were like or not to drop off. We don't feel right. Yeah and the ones who had dropped off their kids came back. The trees and houses and paradise were lighting up candles. They could immediately see. We're in trouble. Our town has central at eight thirty. Am don harp. Decided to go get his kids from school. The got back home. A little after nine the orange sky and the softball-size ashes falling from it let the family know they didn't have long at nine seventeen. The county ordered everyone in paradise to evacuate despite the panic tanya ross harp still felt like this was like any other evacuation the year before they also left. Okay we're going to pack up the house but everything's okay. I really did donnie in. Tanya told their children to pack like they.

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"tanya ross" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"tanya ross" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"And south. Those roads have short dead end streets starting off in all directions. Jody john says what the town lacked in organization it made up for in activities gold nugget days was in april. The chocolate fest was in Around mother's day in the spring. Johnny appleseed days which was back close knit community was perfect for raising kids. Donny harp his wife. Tanya ross harp and they're six kids lived in paradise. Great small town feel their a close family like singing together movie nights and having nerf gun wars in paradise. The harps trusted their neighbors. Kids were safe to experience and explore the area on their own. Logan harp would ride his bike on an old railroad track through town and most of my friends were over small. Slight walk away from the trail and everything felt close dad. Donnie harp moved up to paradise in the nineties. He was drawn by the affordable housing but stayed because of the people. He tells a story about a time. He went to the bank in paradise shortly after he moved there. Someone had left their debit card in the atm ariza posted on the atm. Said dear. so and so you'd after card in the machine. I'll bring it to the bank tomorrow kind of thing and i thought through community.

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"tanya ross" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"tanya ross" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"This episode. Twelve t the t stands for talent. This is aimed at the Job Seeker. But not just any job seeker. Only the a players the best of the best what we call talent right because what you create especially in the voice first base where we focus. We create in the form of an Alexis skill or bixby. Capsule is art. It really is. And why do I mention those to and only those two by name because they as you know as talented individuals that you are those the only two robust programming environments where we can make a skill or a capsule? Do just about anything the client's willing to pay for right or your employer. So there's been a number of layoffs companies well intentioned have not been able to weather the storm and have let some of you go and style. So now you're saying where do we go? You go to voice. I dot careers or better yet personally. Reach out to me. Pick up your mobile phone and dial pound two five zero that works on any mobile phone ninety nine percent of him across the United States of America Continental. Sorry in so dial pound two zero at the prompt say contact ski man push through my voice mail. It also captured your mobile number and I will follow up with you within twenty four hours Monday through Friday. I had a post recently. It's went over four hundred thousand views and we were talking about things in the hiring arena. We're talking about gaps and so I reached out to a number of people I think he's been close to a hundred. Maybe more that have commented in thing that keeps coming up is the frustration with recruiters. Ghosting you the what. They call applicant or candidate. That's unacceptable. Let me take so. We do two things while we bunch of things but we do two things nobody else does. We say forget. Your resume don't want it don't need it. Don't need to see it could care less number two. We don't do email or almost never I mean that's like the form of last resort right. We WanNA conversation. We want an old fashioned. Pick up the phone. What one of my heroes? Tanya Ross Lane calls the porch conversation like we had when we were growing up memorabilia. Grandma's back porch member sitting there on the swing is the thunderstorm rolled through. Hey We want a genuine porch conversation with you about what it is. That makes you excited. What's your patient? What can you do that? No one else can do. And in particular in the voice first base right. That's what we're looking for them. What we do with that insight that you share with us we reach out to the hiring manager not the HR department not as Dilbert calls them the evil cat burts of the world know we reach out to the hiring manager. We to the people say look I got something. It's gotTa get done today. We say great. We've got some talent you have got to meet. You GotTa talk to him on the phone. You got to have a conversation because what I've heard you say a hiring manager is this is what I need. And typically it's not j. s or python and you get extra bonus points if you've actually done two factor authentication actually implemented in Alexis skill or announce available inside Dixie bixby capsules. So that tells us you're the cream of the crop. You're the a player in hiring manager. Wants to talk to you in if you to hit it off now. They may or may not ask for a resume if they do a good sign because that means they've gotta take it to the HR department and say look. What's IT GONNA take to hire this talent today? I need those boots on. The ground might be virtually but I need them on the ground today. Make it happen and if they get pushed back we've helped them with some strategies to get in front of the owner of the company the CEO President Business Unit Director. We've we've given them some techniques to get you hired if you're the right person that's key. That's an amazing concept. No one else is doing. You heard it here first. This is.

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"tanya ross" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

04:46 min | 10 months ago

"tanya ross" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"This by the way is episode. Eleven H. And what's the H mead? How do you do it? No H stands for hiring managers. This is aimed directly at hiring managers across the country. We we only operate in the United States of America. That's our lake so to speak and on one side of the lake in our recruiting staffing hiring model. One side of the lake. Has You the hiring manager? The other side the opposite shore has what we call talent the players and nothing but the players and then patrolling the lake to keep the evil cat. Birds of the world away is of course voice. I dot careers. So what's all that mean? It means is a different way. The find the talent that you need for the jobs. You're trying to get done. That's right we want you to reach out to us. We want to have an old fashioned conversation. We want to talk on the phone. Or maybe saved trade some text messages. That's right Good FRIEND OF MINE. One of my heroes. Tanya Ross calls it a porch conversation. He'll let's sit on the back porch. Have a conversation about what is going to take to fill those critical roles you have and having particular in the voice I development space. Can you need some very talented developers? My partner Tom Monteleone in another adventure called Agile Audio Day sports we hired and tried to hire we subcontract and we joint ventured a number projects and we spent a lot of money on people that could not actually deliver and that was kind of the the force behind me launching this as an entity. Tom Is not a partner in it although I did offering the chance. His plate is full as we say. But that that disconnect between developers that no a language node J or Python and also have done two factor authentication that is a very select group of individuals or talent as we call them where we have access to them and we can help you find more. So if you're in the voice I development space to win some cool stuff and you're trying to get some skills in elects or the bixby marketplace. Then you WANNA reach out to us. Reach out to me and the best way to do that is grab your mobile phone and dial pound two five zero and at the prompt say contact ski man. Those three words their magic. That's your silver bullet to filling those positions. Sooner rather than later in fact will be rolling out soon. I mean we're only fifty seven days old this particular startup. We'RE GONNA BE ROLLING OUT PRETTY soon. The seven minute guaranteed higher. Think about that. What if it took you seven whole minutes to hire the absolute best player the player for that position that you have available? That's our business model. We want to connect you with the talent. Prequalified prescreened somebody with the credentials. You can look at them and say boom. How do I get on my staff today? Then in our model you go to the HR department and you tell Hey. I need this person. I need him today. What's IT GONNA take to get them hired today? Guess what you're probably get some pushback right. You expect that. Then we've got some ideas on how you can get around any roadblock or any one who's blocking the road to getting the talent that you need with their boots on the ground probably virtually in many cases especially given the virus situation. We've got answers for that because I've been at this a long time of hired. Hundreds of people fulltime employees contract employs temp to hire you name it staffing companies. A bender done that been on both sides of the lake and so now I can patrol it with confidence that I can connect you with the right people so again. Reach out to me. Say Pick up your mobile phone pound two five zero in say contact ski man. Those three words are your key and remember. It's going to be just about as great a day as you make up your mind to make it so join me and make it a great one..

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