38 Burst results for "Technician"

Fresh "Technician" from Pat Thurston

Pat Thurston

00:56 min | 50 min ago

Fresh "Technician" from Pat Thurston

"Checking your kgo 8 10 traffic. Heather is watching some construction going on to the Coliseum in Oakland South found eight eighties. Bad news right now from the Children Auto Body Traffic desk. There's very heavy traffic starting at 23rd Avenue in Oakland, all the way down to 66 because of roadwork in between high and 66, the right lane is set to be closed until about three o'clock. And beyond that there is an accident South at 88 92 in the two left lanes. The traffic is backing up to between 2 38 tow and a street and that'll stay kind of heavy. After that all the way down to industrial for eastbound 80. There's some road work that has some off ramps closed so East Mount 82 Shell mound as well as to Carlson. Shell mounds closed till to Carlson until three getting out of San Francisco. No delay even with work on the lower deck of the Bay Bridge. You a local 393. Represents thousands of construction workers on the plumbing pipe fitting an H back our service technician fields throughout the South Bay. They've been building it right the first time for more than 115 years. And your kgo 10 weather forecast the red flag fire warning a concern for the North Bay parts of the East Bay and also the Santa Cruz Mountains. That red flag fire warning with us through at least tomorrow night. Highs today. Expected in the mid sixties at the coast to around 90 inland. I'm Kim.

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CVS hiring 15,000 for flu season, COVID-19 second wave

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

CVS hiring 15,000 for flu season, COVID-19 second wave

"See the S Health Corporation That's the drug store chain in the spotlight today after the retail giant announced plans to hire 15,000 full time and part time workers in the fourth quarter as it prepares for rising cases of Corona virus and those wells the flu season two thirds of the jobs or for license pharmacy technicians. A group of professionals at CVS wants to be allowed to administrate Corona virus vaccines if and when they become available. Right now. Only six states not including California a lot of pharmacy technicians to administer

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Fresh update on "technician" discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

00:51 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "technician" discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Put in this concept that data about you belongs to you. So all of eat knowing cookie banners that everybody seeing on every website, all of the sudden is because of the GDP are saying your private information is yours and at a minimum, you can tell the website or the company that you visited that you want to be forgotten. This right to be forgotten is this really core tenet of GDP are we don't have anything along that lines here there's no legislation that says we have any reasonable right to privacy or that our data for to sort of go back to this hard drive that our data once abandoned still belongs to us because that data is us an extension of us. We'll let me let me get to the to the show here because. And we are going to need to go to a break and just a couple of minutes here, but I'll start on this anyway. Ruben. Do you do you think there should be legislation in the United States along the lines of the GDP are from the European Union That the talks about. The privacy of data. I'M GONNA. Go a little farther and save that. We need to look at the humanity i. So what what is? Right. So all of this data about me that I might store on my hard drive is that is that an extension to me is that mine I certainly feel that way and I think anybody who has a computer would feel that way. This technician obviously didn't feel that way and and that is a fundamental problem. there's there's friction there right abandoned. Hard drive does that piece of me that information does that become not mine anymore but I mean my question is should there be you know should the Vermont legislature will get after this when they returned to my failure January and trying to draft a bill to say that in the state of Vermont the following standards apply to the expectation of privacy when you drop your your computer gear off to get fixed I think that would be too narrow. I. Think we really need to be looking more at our expectations of privacy and what data belongs to us. Yes I think that's a very small starting point I think that it's reasonable to expect that we have. The right to the information about us Be Private But I..

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The New iPhones Are Here!

The Tech Guy

06:11 min | 1 d ago

The New iPhones Are Here!

"The new iphones are here the new iphones oh. Okay. I'm down. The Tuesday apple had an iphone event that it was all about the new five G. iphones that have five G. that even have horizon five G. CEO five G. Talking about five G. on the stage for about five G. minutes and then they showed all the phones and literally. I didn't count it, but there is a super cut on Youtube said the words five G. More than two dozen times over and over many times horizon five G. selling all of the benefits you're going to get from five G. None of which you're GonNa get I should point out. Even with the five G. phone because. All of the really cool stuff. You know the four gigabits download speeds. Are. Available Leila. Narrow tiny teeny weeny area in certain cities of the country maybe in one corner of Football Stadium. That's about it. It's only good outdoors don't work inside because it can't go through walls. It only goes about eight hundred feet. So you have to be within eight hundred feet of the cell tower with line of sight access. It can't be a tree between you can't be a building between your they can't be a human or even a raindrop line of sight clear vision eight, hundred feet Max away, and then you might get four g if no one else is using it. For gigabits not. Five, jeep with four gigabits that's confusing it's a marketing term. There's two kinds of five G. actually there's more, but there's two main kinds and the funny thing is that Tuesday verizon also rolled out. There what they call their quote nationwide five G.. The one you don't have to live in Fourteenth Street and race and Philadelphia to get. Outside within a hundred feet of the tower. That is the same as T. mobile's nationwide five G.. It's what we call. low band or It's a six hundred megahertz, which means could go through walls. It can travel a good distance. It's kind of like. In. It's a lot like what you got right now. Maybe a little faster may be probably not. Fact in some cases is even slower. So don't you know I I don't I think apple they must have given apple. How much money do you have to give apple to get your CEO on stage to get them to plug your stuff all the time to save verizon five, rise, five, g. all I mean apple's got more money than God there. The got hundreds of billions of dollars just sitting in the bank with nothing to do. You how much does verizon have to give apple to get all that attention a lot I guess. Maybe. The next time you're in the verizon store that'll explain the giant. By An iphone today billboard I duNNo. Apple also. They didn't use to do this stuff. They didn't. They didn't need to I. Don't think they need to today. They also kind of understated the price of the phone because the price they quoted people was with carrier subsidy. So, unless you're buying it from at and T. or verizon, no, t mobile didn't have eighteen team rising and it's Only, in the base model phones, will you get that deal? So it's not even the price of the phone, it's like when the back when they used to say, it's two hundred dollars with a two year contract. And you pay for it even after two years over, you're GONNA pay for that phone for the rest of your life. So there's four new phone. I just want to say that I want to get that off my chest Pay No attention to the hand waving about five G.. Very. FEW PEOPLE ARE GONNA if he if you're in a five G. Area Nice to have I mean imagine four gigabits. That's wow. That's fast. But. That's Very, few people listening to this can. Be a city eight, hundred feet of a tower you can't be outside it's. Kinda like Wi fi really is what it is Which makes me wonder why you know do people even care about this since most of the time when you're inside, you have wi fi. you know they they said Oh look a a an EMT in emergency Medical technician can get downloaded a a brain, scan a cat scan in the ambulance and look at it up because they have. But I don't does that is that something people are saying, Oh, I really wish I could do that. I. Need to do that. I don't know what they're gonNA do with a brain scan is there right driving you the hospital but okay, fine. Anyway, phones, there's an iphone. Twelve's by the way this is iphone twelve. There's the iphone twelve mini. Which is many it's smaller than the iphone se that they just started selling I mean it's really small. It's the size of like an iphone four. It's tight. But this is what's cool about it. If you want a small phone, it has all the features of the big boy phone. and. It's one hundred bucks cheaper. So. But. But you don't get it for the price. Probably you might s es even cheaper. So you know if you really want to save money get an se which is a perfectly good phone that has the guts have been I. Phone Eleven, and this is has the guts of an iphone twelve and its Tutsi. And it has a nice cameras and all that stuff. Then there's the iphone twelve, which is the IPHONE. that's a little bit bigger, and then there's the iphone twelve pro that's a little bit bigger still, and then there's the iphone Pro Max which is humongous. That's the one I'm going to get. I want humongous right. They didn't really explain the fact that the iphone twelve pro twelve pro Max have kind of different cameras. The only the twelve pro Max, you have to buy the humongous phone. If you want I mean they did some interesting things. They have a sensor that's fifty percent bigger. The that means a lot more light gets in and it has built in optical image stabilization. The sensor shakes when you shake That's pretty cool but that's only on the Max. I, don't think they really made that clear.

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Fresh update on "technician" discussed on  John Tabacco's Liquid Lunch

John Tabacco's Liquid Lunch

00:57 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "technician" discussed on John Tabacco's Liquid Lunch

"Fitty Cent in the news, Okay? He whipped out the magic stick upon intended yesterday. When he took a look at the tax code under Joe Biden 50. Okay, another man from the African American rap hip hop mogul community that supposedly hedge Trump he saw the Biden tax plan. And immediately came right out of the closet and hit Instagram right with broke the Internet. In seconds talks. Top tax rates were being shown on CNBC. So you know that's the lib cards. That's their channel, New York City residents will get text 62%. So you know you make a million and you wind up taking on 380,000. They pay 380,000 year in property tax sales tax and all the other crap and on a million you make nothing, and that's what they call socialism and very quickly. The young entrepreneur and rap hip hop mogul Fiddy Cent came out and endorsed Donald Trump on the heels of other Mega moguls in the hip hop community. None other than ice tea. Just ice Cube. I'm sorry. Well, Ice Cube goes in the ice tea and Maybe I see Maybe if we say it, maybe because he's a He's a mofo, P I m P. I mean, And if he's with 50 and fittings with Cube Cube is with Kanye. Then we got like a dream team of the hip hop community supporting Trump. So You know, even though Kanye is running for president, you know he's trumps boy because Trump let him go in the White House for his feet up on the desk, and you know if it wasn't for him and Kim Kardashian, they would have done the first step Act. Today. Lots of great things happening on this terrific Tuesday. It's national Pharmacy Technician Day. So if you're a pharmacy technician, my friend Dr Natalie is out in the pharmacy in Queen somewhere, hopefully You buy lunch for your technicians, and it's the pro life day of the silent solidarity. So we'll see about what's happened. There just is running around like there's a bug on the floor on bits. Also national brandied fruit, you know, like little red Cherries and brandied fruit. October is breast Cancer Awareness Month. So once again today I am adorning my pink tie to stand in solidarity with the with the Internet with the woman's breast cancer Awareness month, and it is also international sloth Day and no one on Earth who should be celebrated Mohr on international Slow Day. Then Jerry Nadler, because that is a slaughter. Does he notice that he's getting nipped? Burned from his belt? Does he notice that, Niko? I mean, look at how could you not realize that you pants? Okay. I think we made the point with the photo. I don't know. How does the guy not know His pants doesn't have the older and on his pants when he takes him off, you know, like sometimes you see, ladies, they put the dress on. They don't realize it. And then there's like a big schmear a deodorant on the back like when they pulled it through the armpit stuff. Like, Come on, Didn't anybody give this lady a once over, But it happens. Jerry Nadler Happy Swath Day to you now, Michael, this guy Jeffrey Toobin was caught Jane off, Okay on a zoom meeting. But one guy who will not be caught doing anything wrong because he's always on the money is the vice president of the United States. Mike Pence one Mike pence. And let me tell you something. About Mike Pence. Okay, strict Catholic and always stern stuff. Doesn't goto lunch for a business meeting with a woman? Unless his wife is with him all good. Okay. I spoke to my buddy Andrew lands in the state Senator Andrew lands. We went down to the White House. And he said, you see, Oh, steady Pence's I said, Yeah, it's almost weird. Like Andi said. No, he says such faith in God that no matter what's happening, no matter what's breakin dishes break and fires are going off. Because, mind said, is that it's all God's plan, and God's gonna lead him to the place that he needs to be. And that's why he saw and and the attributed to his Christian faith that he believes in the Lord. But hey, want to hit you? He gonna hit you and he went after Kamala Harris a little bit on her and Joe buns double Wait, just wait. Just stand for the principle of the American people have a right to know what's going on here. The director of National intelligence today I know made it clear that There is no evidence to suggest that the information on that computer reported in the New York Post is a result of any disinformation campaign on the American people have a right to know about the business dealings of the Biden family. I mean, I mean, Lou, we just spent the last 3.5 years. Oh, where the Democrat nominee in 2016 had worked with a foreign entity to try and dig up dirt on President Trump, and I don't remember the media shut off access to that information. The American people looked at it way went through the ordeal of 2.5 years of of investigations until we found there was no obstruction, no collusion. Case closed, But now it just seems like all the pundits present company excepted and a few others on the Fox network notwithstanding, they're all looking the other way, and I just don't get it blew this. The stakes in this election couldn't be higher. The choice couldn't be clear of the American people have every right to know about Joe Biden on his family and to get answers in his time for Joe Biden to step up and start answering questions of the American people about about what was going on. Before, during and after his service in its president. Okay. It's time to have a cocktail. Sit back and watch the fireworks because when Mike Pence starts, drone haymakers, you know it's about to go down..

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CVS, Walgreens to help distribute Covid vaccines to nursing homes

Fork Report

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

CVS, Walgreens to help distribute Covid vaccines to nursing homes

"Have announced a deal with Walgreens and CVS to give free covert 19 vaccines to nursing home residents want to treatment is approved. Dr. Troy Brennan, the chief medical officer for CVS Health, says they've begun preparing for the vaccination teams, the pharmacist in pharmacy technicians to nursing homes and people would Basically be providing their consent to be vaccinated, the Department of Health and Human Services said Friday. The vaccine will be available for elderly people in all types of long term living facilities.

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Experiment shows risks of air travel while masked

News, Traffic and Weather

02:32 min | 4 d ago

Experiment shows risks of air travel while masked

"With United Airlines conducting 300 tests over six months. A manic in reproducing, breathing and coughing with and without a mask. When the dummy war mask the results were encouraging, Though they haven't been peer reviewed, the risk of transmission is virtually non existent. Virtually non existent and again, this is this is this is a U. S military study. Here's how the tests worked. The mannequin was equipped with an aerosol generate, technicians would have it. Breathe and cough with a mask on and off. Using more than 40 sensors throughout the plane to detect the spread of droplets. The researchers found that with the mask on on Ly 0.3% of particles actually made their way into another passenger's breathing zone, But the team didn't attempt to replicate what might happen when the infected person stands up or move through the cabin. I'm not standing here telling people that I know exactly what they should do. But what I am telling people is if you are inclined to travel or thinking about air travel. There is a reason today based on this independent study that you can feel confident that you could travel safely on. The study also reflected similar earlier studies that found the plane's unique airflow helps minimize risk on a plane. Air flows down from above each seat, not front to back. This helps limit person a person airflow. Ah, HEPA filter eliminating 99.99% of airborne particles, including viruses, every 2 to 3 Minutes. Just last week, the International Air Transport Association released new research, saying the risk of contracting the virus on a plane appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning. Along 1.2 billion travellers, they found just 44 published cases of potential in flight transmission, mostly in the early days of the pandemic when masks weren't required. This study is conforming that among all the different places where One can get infected flights might actually be one of the safest places to be. But remember, Flying involves more than a plain as more people start traveling for the holidays. Airports will also get busier. So experts remind us. It's critical toe. Wear that mask as you walk into the airport, go through security board that airplane sit through the flight and land at your destination. And there are some caveats to the study. They use only one kind of mask a surgical one, and they simulated just one sick passenger on a completely full plane. But this was an extensive study and it gives us a real clue. One of the hot

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Technical Problems Emerge in Georgia as Early Voting Begins

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:33 sec | Last week

Technical Problems Emerge in Georgia as Early Voting Begins

"People eager to cast ballots lined up on George's first day of early in person voting. Some showed up before dawn problem soon developed and a massive voting site in the state's most populous county, which is home to Atlanta. Spokesperson says technicians had to fix the Elektronik pole books used to check voters Add State Farm arena, where the Atlanta Hawks play and the way it was up to four hours at Cobb County's election headquarters early in person. Voting began today throughout Georgia and runs through the end. Of October.

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Hurricane Delta Live Update

WTOP 24 Hour News

04:48 min | Last week

Hurricane Delta Live Update

"News Special Report. Hurricane Delta now has 90 mile per hour winds downgraded to a Category one hurricane in the last 30 minutes, but strong done the lest CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson says the effects will be felt into the weekend. Not only is there going to be storm surge tonight, but even as the storm has passed, you're still gonna be getting more things pushing. Uh, the water up in through the bayou system says some of the worst storm surge may not be seen until Saturday morning Correspondent Maria Aerials in Lake Charles and says for that area, it's a 12 punch. Given Hurricane Laura bubbling through not long ago, they still have sitting around from Hurricane Laura, which hit roughly six weeks ago. The issue also has has become become they they have have 6000 6000 homes homes right right now, now, with with blue blue tarps tarps on on them. them. Which Which more more than than likely likely will will be be blown blown off. off. As As the the wind wind gusts gusts continue continue to to increase. increase. The The Texas Texas coast coast is is also also getting getting hit. hit. Some Some 66,000 66,000 customers customers are are without without power. power. Their Their CBS CBS News News special special report report on on that that Piper's Piper's Go Go live live to to Lake Lake Charles, Charles, Louisiana Louisiana tonight tonight where where we just heard a little bit from the special report. Steve Dresner with W T O p Live with us, Steve. What can you add to the report? As far as damage already done there in Lake Charles, and now you may have more Well, that's true, Dimitri. Let me update the figures and actually, yo, about three minutes ago. My power totally went out here in the hotel. I would be careful not to walk around. I do come inside for a bit of safety reasons, because at one point we did have 94 95 mile per hour gusts. The hotel here at the Golden Nugget did have generators in an elevator power. But now we're totally in the dark. What I can tell you is the updated figures for power outages for The entire state of Louisiana were just over 92,000 in the state without power in Texas were just over 100,000 people without power and I'll parrot down just a little bit as Faras, the late Charles area looking at about 29,000 people without power, so the conditions still are not good. We're blowing rain, horizontal rain. There are plenty of people the hotel but right now we're completely without power in this area. What storm Surge concerns do you have there? Right now. Things have been OK. The storm surges you heard in the CBS report. Is there keeping an eye on things, but no, no horrible flooding, so to speak, And you also heard on the CBS report. Folks around here are still for the most part recovering from Laura. Um, so it is a 12 punch. As far as getting through tonight and bringing you up to current situation. Once this kind of moves North North east and we're on the West side. Things will calm down, hopefully in the next hour But we're still the only with some tough conditions. Power outages, Dmitri allotted debris on the road ways You can't even go on any of the neighborhood street side streets. One of our technicians from one, the Power line Cos told us They have pulls down in a lot of these areas, so really, wherever you are right now is this storm hits? That's where you're staying for a while. I really cannot go anywhere. We're not isolated, You know, as Faras roads are concerned, but it's just because of debris and, of course again. No power no worse staying put here. Steve of just a final thought about anything unusual. Anything else unusual You've seen because debris on the roads that's pretty bad. It is pretty bad. Dimitri and again is I said before, folks around here are still recovering from Laura. Um, you heard on the CBS report Blue tarps every word, but you asked me about things that are unusual. I think this is the positive. I will tell you that many more people evacuated the area song What happened in Laura? And they did learn their lessons. Because is a city Sean in Hillary earlier today, I've not seen a long line of traffic on westbound I 10. I used the example like on Route 29 from Howard County to Montgomery County, Dmitri 47 Miles bumper to bumper traffic. Folks evacuating, so I think you can take a positive that a lot of people left the area. We really appreciate the update. Steve, stay safe there and we'll talk to you soon. Thanks, Dimitri. That's Steve Dresner. With W. T O p live on Skype from Lake Charles, Louisiana, he says just minutes before he came on the air. The hotel he's staying at has lost power. Certainly a common theme for that whole region For the next few days, at least.

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Ross Franquemont  U-2 Pilot Talks Through The Prep For A Mission.

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

06:50 min | Last week

Ross Franquemont U-2 Pilot Talks Through The Prep For A Mission.

"Tell us a little bit about the the the typical mission. I mean, we've many seen youtube footage of of the takeoffs and landings of the Dragon Lady and the airplane is called that specifically because it is a little odd to fly. But as a pilot as you got used to it tell us a little bit about the the whole process from suiting up to getting it back in the charts at the end of the day. So. Definitely, obviously, one of the most unique aircraft that is out there in her for us emission it actually started pretty much today prior. Because you're you're going to be sitting in space, can be strapped into action see. For you know nine, ten, twelve hours at a time, you're not gonNA be able to get up or anything like that. So you have to get yourself physiologically ready to go on a trip like that. In the jet. So you're you're eating right everyone gets to know the body really well. So you You basically have to show up you obviously well rested. And Well Fed and You typically you about two hours prior to take. You do all the other normal pilots stuff. You know you have to check not yet check weather and all that kind of stuff because. You might be miles above the typical weather out there while you're on the mission but you're gonNA have to take off to land eventually in you have to go through all that stuff. So you gotta do the normal pilots stuff. You're actually you're you're meeting up with your chase car pilot who who's going to be joined the chase garnished another youtube pilot and his job is. Probably. The biggest part of his job is he has to be ready if I come in and say eight know my my stomach's not gonNA. Take this mission today. For whatever reason he's got his step in in actually fly the mission or me So but we're basically is basically like a slight lead wingman relationship with with the chase car islet So, he's supporting you. All along the the coal preparation for the flight. The. Around in our so prior to takeoff, you're actually you're going to separate the chase car islet called the mobile is going to. Head out to their craft. He's going to take all your stuff. In and he knows exactly how you want the aircraft's set up because you've told written it out for him and and when you go. TDY With these guys for months on end, you get to know each other pretty well, know how people like stuff. So is going to take everything out. He's GonNa do the full walk around aircraft. He's going to get everything ready inside the aircraft and on a full mission. Yeah. There might be a five or six different contractors worth of sensors on that equipment they're. All out there you know this thing look like they're preparing young space shuttle for launch because there's hoses everywhere. There's wires going everywhere on the aircraft everyone's uploading stuff to their own sensors and checking them for me. It's as a pilot. I'M GONNA head back and I'm GonNa Start Process Getting into spacey and that starts around an hour prior to take off and. The for most of my time in the U.. U2, it was actually the rule was you had to be on oxygen in our product takeoff they we've made some modifications cockpit that's actually changed or the modified cockpits. You don't have to be on oxygen or an hour anymore, but let's still try to get as much a close to in our breathing pure auction, and that's just to try to get rid of the nitrogen at your system But that process basically starts to you're GONNA have to Off The plate suit, you put on some kind of long underwear underneath If you're flying over really cold area, you know they always say dressed egress. So The you'll the space. It doesn't provide a whole lot of thermal protection. So if you're flying the Arctic or something like that, you're probably get you're gonNA put on some like. Patagonia thermal underwear or something like that. the You'll go out and there's actually a team of space. You Spacey Technicians they're gonNA actually help you get into the space. And The gas? Is Awful Sport and physiological training. Squadron, they they do all the maintenance on the space. They're the ones that put you in and they also do all the the preparing the seek it, and actually the ones that strap you into the seats they're very integral process. Make sure the mission actually happens. The way it's supposed to, but team of technicians are GonNa get you into the space. there's a supervisor watching the whole way in because it's obviously one mistake could be life threatening in a in the event of an emergency They, get you in the state they. Have to put the suit on the helmet gloves lacan. And as soon as she locked helmet on, employs it down you start they start understood oxygen and that's Kinda starts here what they call your two-time. So you get you get locked in they have to put a harness on you. That's going to actually attach injection seat. and they run through. A series of tests leak test to make sure that students can air They can inflate it because at the main job is there you know it's primarily to make sure you don't do hypotheses in also makes you don't lose pressure. Around your body and that's full pressure suit essentially, it's going to. It's just a little little cabinet around you to make sure that. You don't get into a lethal zone, the air pressure on you. For most of my time, flying with the cockpits were setup where You're up seventy thousand feet. Pressurized about twenty nine thousand feet, and so when you're sitting in the space suit that actually It's not inflated because you WANNA be able to move around and stuff like that, and your body's actually sitting at twenty nine thousand feet. And it's designed if the cabin were to say suddenly rapidly rise cousin a leak or an injection or something like that. The suit X. Lock in pressure at thirty, five, thousand feet around your body. So it'll keep you alive We all do it in the in the Austin Chamber ride the Chamber up to seventy five thousand feet or so and it. The let the suit actually keep you alive in the you know real in the in the chambers she get to see what is like not a real comfortable experience.

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The Worker Shortage Mystery

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:48 min | 2 weeks ago

The Worker Shortage Mystery

"It is a tough time to be looking for work. We're hearing stories all over the country dozens and dozens of people competing for a single job opening there just aren't a lot of open positions right now unless you're chat Dolan, we have so many jobs open. You wouldn't believe it chat president of Midwest, staffing in Minneapolis they help companies hire workers. All over Minnesota and Chad says, he has a ton of open jobs. Let's see. So we place welders, we place machine, operation? People General Labor where how shipping and receiving we have an entry level HR role and administrative assistant role I e reading me a list of like what you're currently hiring for. Yes. Just some of the ones were curly hiring for. We have hundreds and hundreds of open job orders right now. Meaning Chad wants to hire hundreds and hundreds of people for full-time jobs with benefits. So Chad has basically the Oprah of jobs out there like you get a job, you get a jog, everybody gets a job except Chad says, he cannot find people to take these jobs. So I have been in this industry for over twenty years. Never in my career have I experienced a situation where we literally have people to work, but they won't go back to work. I mean, we have clients who saved US five people a week. If you can find them for us, we can't find them and when it first started happening chat thought I know what's going on here? What's been challenging for us our our average pay rates it's all about the Benjamins, our average pay rates for candidates. Anywhere from fourteen to eighteen dollars an hour, we weren't able to pay them enough to put them back to work. So Chad, was doing the math back in April when government was paying out in extra six hundred dollars in unemployment as part of the cares act that Congress passed back in March and Chad found was that people could actually make more money off of their unemployment benefits than they would by taking one of his jobs and. It was not just Chad's Math pro-west that led him to the conclusion a situation where I called a candidate up I explained the job to them. It was. It's exactly what they've done in their past and literally laughed at me and hung up the phone they laughed at him. That's crazy. Chad thought as long as those extra benefits earn place getting people to take these jobs is going to be a problem but when that extra. Six hundred dollars went away the end of July Chad's problem didn't. So it was not the six hundred dollars. Chad started thinking about other possibilities like maybe it's the location like maybe there just aren't a lot of people looking for jobs in Minneapolis right now but that doesn't really seem to explain the mystery either because right across town from Chad Keith rose says he's been desperately looking for work. Keep is an audio visual technician he worked. At a company setting up for Conferences Expos back in March he was furloughed for two months and then another two months and another, and since the pandemic started I am over one hundred thirty applications and I've had only eighth interviews since then and I've had no job offers. So every day Keith wakes up and checks his job alerts he sends resumes and meets with his career counselors. He even has a spreadsheet on his computer where he logs. Job He's applied to he says, the competition is overwhelming and he's just not getting many calls back at times. It's kind of a bit of an emotional beatdown I have. Just been fighting this uphill battle and. Constantly getting the form. Thank you for your application, but you're not exactly what we're looking for. At this time, we encourage you to continue to look at our career site for any further opportunities you you might be qualified for Keith's family relies on his income. His wife is high risk for contracting corona virus and cannot go back to work Keith son just graduated from college and is living at home. He says, money is getting tight, but he says that is not the only reason that he wants to go back to work for me workers having the sense of purpose I want to be in a position where I'm making a contribution to something or to someone. That's just the way, I-. hardwired I guess, and that's what I want to be doing. I don't do well sitting down and doing nothing. So on one side of town, you've got demand for Labour you've got Chad sing his all these open jobs that he needs to fill on the other side of town. You've got supply of Labor you've got Keith saying he desperately wants job and he's looking and looking and he can't find one and there are reports of this kind of situation happening all over the country right now. So what is going on? I get this question all the time that tiny shareholder. Senior economist at the economic policy. Institute my first question variety is there like some kind of worker shortage happening the answer to that is just an absolute no. Right now, there are quite literally more than eight million more unemployed people than job openings. So there's an absolute excess of workers who need jobs over and above job openings that are posted. Heidi says if there were an actual worker shortage, we would see wages going up for jobs because when employers truly can't find workers, they start offering more money for those

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Cuomo allows indoor dining at New York City restaurants at 25% capacity

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Cuomo allows indoor dining at New York City restaurants at 25% capacity

"Where the opening inside of 25% capacities say they will still lose money, but will open because they want to keep their team together and re established contact with regular customers. Some restaurants will not reopen till they could go to 50% capacity inside. Many will reduce costs by dropping less popular and high prep time items. Many will stay open outside as long as they can to see if operating inside as well starts to build sails back to where they should be. New Jersey restaurants that have reopened say it's still very tough. Customers in the city will have their temperatures taken. Somebody in each party will have to leave their contact information for contact tracing and restaurants are supposed to be able to show they had qualified. H P A. C technicians look at their air conditioning. And upgraded it to the highest level for that system. For most of the growth of New York restaurants lately has been in the ghost or cloud kitchens that prepare meals for delivery. Wayne

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Virtual car seat checks offered for Child Passenger Safety Week

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Virtual car seat checks offered for Child Passenger Safety Week

"Than your kids. And during this national child passenger safety week, the federal government is focused on keeping them safe when you're behind the wheel, and when you you leave leave the the the car, car, car, the the the two two two most most most important important important considerations considerations considerations in in in protecting protecting protecting your your your kids kids kids make make make sure sure sure your your your child's child's child's car car car seat seat seat is is is the the the right right right one one one for for for them them them and and and is is is properly properly properly installed installed installed and and and never never never leave leave leave a a a child child in a hot car. Not even for a minute. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the best way to ensure Children aren't left behind is to remember this. Park Look lock this Saturday. Certified child passenger safety technicians will be at various sites to provide provide tips tips on on choosing choosing and and properly properly installing installing car car and and booster booster seats. seats. Some Some technicians technicians are are offering offering virtual virtual seat seat checks checks because because of of the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic. pandemic. Christopher Christopher Cruz Cruz w w T. O p knew to find places in the D M V, where you can get your car seat checked out. Go to w t o p dot com Search safety seat.

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US Navy ends search for USS Nimitz sailor in Arabian Sea

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:17 sec | Last month

US Navy ends search for USS Nimitz sailor in Arabian Sea

"A staff to search for a sailor believed you've gone overboard from the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz in the northern Arabian Sea second class information systems technician and ignite disappeared on Sunday. The Nevins, based in Bremerton, Washington, has been in the Arabian Sea since June with 5000 sailors and Marines.

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Automating Patient Outreach with Ricky Hsu

Outcomes Rocket

05:10 min | 2 months ago

Automating Patient Outreach with Ricky Hsu

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw Marquez here such a privilege to have you tune in again today have the privilege of hosting Ricky Su. He is the CO founder and CEO. At provia health. He's a licensed pharmacist in California, an extremely passionate about technology and healthcare prior to CO founding PROVIA. Health Ricky managed multiple. Pharmacy Care Teams at specialty pharmacies, and at two of California's largest medical groups. The majority of his healthcare career has been focused on creating innovative care strategies for low income populations with complex care needs. Ricky's experience at the ground level and managed care had a huge impact and allowed him to identify major pinpoints when providing care to. It was here that gravy health mission and blueprints were drawn and day we get to dive into the work that he and his Co founder William and team are doing to the plainfield and around this area, and so with that I wanNA welcome to the podcast ricky. So glad you could join us today I saw pleasure to be here. Thanks for inviting me absolutely my friend and so first of all, before we dive into Provia health and Iris you. Know the product, the digital brock you guys have I WANNA learn a little bit more about you and what inspires your work in healthcare? Yes. I've actually always been really proud of that in healthcare. You can make a great living while helping people get better. So there's few industries that you can do that and unfortunate enough that healthcare is one of the right. So the pharmacist I used to help one person at a time at the counter and then an. Elvis phone or so on and when I answered managed care I realized that the decisions that I make in managed care canal sites, hundreds or thousands of people, and so now with pro hells on constantly you're gonNA ask myself you know how can we build something great and how can we build something? They'll end up positively impacting as many people's possible by especially those in underserved population. So that's what really allows you to enjoy the work that I'm doing. Right now love it. Yeah. I. Mean It's awesome and with digital health tools available today and you know some ingenuity and practicality and a little know how you could get really far in scaling what you could do one on ones population. So tell us a little bit more about Provia Health Ricky and you know how the businesses adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yeah. So appropriate health goal is to help Chelsea companies save time and resources by fully automating their. retried. So we do that by incorporating an intelligent chat lot with conversational artificial intelligence on the fronted, and then we pair that to a patient assessment platform that can automatically understand your health situation through emr records, and you know Ziv mentioned before our chat bots name is Iris stands for intelligent response and information system it automatically screens and assesses the patients to find out which services they need, and then we provide a platform where the providers can then monitor and fall in love with the patients all in one place. So Saves Lot I'm and makes it easier. You can imagine if you had a super well trained healthcare worker whether it's a nurse, a farm technician that's put. In charge of recounts your patients and now all of a sudden, they can read every patient's records in your entire system reach out talk to them simultaneously ask the right questions it's a craft service. Each one needs right and compare. That's right now where most of the staff in this area are pretty much doing it manually swamped and then can barely reach maybe yes you percentage of the entire population that they're in charge of it. So just imagine how many more patients will get the help they desperately needed if we can automate this entire process. Yeah nods definitely an opportunity. So are you guys mainly interfacing? You said healthcare companies? So is it mainly employers? Is the yeah so It's it's a beep business model and our main clientele is payers providers and. Okay. Airs providers and pharmacies. So you have these different stakeholders using the system how are you helping each so walk us through that you know how are you helping the payer? Are you helping the provider and Harry out so pharmacist the payer and the provider twined by both of them are very much involved in this whole patient outreach where they have to a proactive and whether it's chronic care management or its notice enabling services and reaching out to make sure that the patients get what they need. There's a lot of food insecurities right now, for example, homelessness or mental health and depression and those areas. So there's a lot of enabling services out there there are available to these patients, but they're not necessarily getting access and getting referred to the right proper care that they need at any given time. So it's important for the providers and the payers to be able to identify the patients quickly right screen them, risk, assess them, and get them quickly out to these services. So that, you know they prevent the deterioration, their care

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Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover

"Virus has fundamentally changed some aspects of the hotel industry. And as K Y W. Charlotte, Reese explains, some players in the industry are embracing the change and turning to technology. I think people are changing their mind set in terms of the safety and sanitation of things. Dr. Lindsay Lee, a tourism and hospitality professor at Temple University, says a couple companies are trying to roll out UV robots don't go into hotel rooms and kind of Star Wars laser beam everything, Lee says. The cleaning robots will still need technicians and maintenance crews. Of course, things like We'll check in or no longer media actual key to be able to go into your room so everything could be done through your phone. So it kind of puts a damper on some of the frontline jobs within the hotel industry, Lee says. There's also new job postings. For

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Boston - ‘Risk Of False Results’: FDA Flags Waltham Company’s Widely Used Coronavirus Test

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Boston - ‘Risk Of False Results’: FDA Flags Waltham Company’s Widely Used Coronavirus Test

"Problems with a widely used test for Corona virus that can lead to false results. The regulators flag the issues, doctors and lab technicians working with a popular test from Thermo Fisher. The warning comes nearly a month after health officials in Connecticut warned that the test had delivered False positives to at least 90 people. The FDA says Lab technicians working with the test must follow updated instructions and use new software provided by thermal Fisher to ensure accurate results. That's your money now

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Why do we dream?

Tai Asks Why

05:14 min | 2 months ago

Why do we dream?

"Okay, I know that dream stories sometimes you like really really boring but like just bear with me the rest of back. The other night i. Always just walking out of my. Book in my hand, and then suddenly I see a spider. And I accidentally just dropped the book down on him squishing him in the way picked him up. You know WHO's dead. But the remember hearing this thunderous roars something slowly approached. An this huge cockroach top hat, which is like. I had no control. Eventually he he got many pin me down. They started like attacking their woke up before anything bad. All of the nightmares I have they make no sense. There's these horrible entities that are like all powerful and it's just weird 'cause I. You know it's scary and it's on enjoyable. So why do we even have nightmares? Why don't we dream in the first place? I'm this is my podcast. Asks what? There are so many good questions out there these answered. What is love? Turns Cooler. What happens after we die? How do we fix? and. Why do? I think dreams help us make sense of the world. Things happen in your life, your brain will store them for a timer can think about the work might be puzzling might have a deeper error wound or dreams could be aspirations like what you want to achieve or pursue in your waking life. I used to think that dreams main a lot of things and there are super important. But now I just think that they are your brain filtering themselves. WHY WOULDN'T WE DREAM? When I was little I had a dream about. My House kept on rolling around a dog. What kind of dreams do you have? Their weird. That kind of goes with the territory, right? But like I don't really understand why we'd need to like see dog bowls from dreams or just really weird because the like these movies. That are head makes and like. I know our brain is working really hard to make these. But like twice dozen our brain. Power down. Teams figment of Magin nation when you asleep. Now this is my brother key. I've talked to him a lot about dreams lately he's got a lot of interesting ideas. It's a picture of like like what you see on. Your dream. It's it's a nightmare maybe who feeling Sattar that note or like maybe it's telling you to like. Strangers are dangerous. Maybe it's like maybe it tells you about lesson something. You. Dream. About I think they'll way of your brain trying to communicate something maybe not something important but maybe just something. and. Then you can remember how we look at you your brainwaves. So. We can learn about James Wait. What? It's going to be held onto your face with a little bits of tape. So I dragged my brother Ken to Sunnybrook Sleep Clinic Talkers Brian Woods in an e g machine. Here's earned irs I will extract fried at home 'cause the machinery so you'll just be drawing on your brother's head. For. Sixteen seventeen wires this so many wires on wikipedia around. By the time technician has done is covered in these wars. Looks ridiculous this. Test the liars make sure everything's connected probably gonNA move around too much. Why head into the lowered tweet eeg results as they come in. And while we're waiting I decided to ask Dr Mark Bolles about why it is. We sleep at all during the day these harmful toxins accumulate in our brain and when you're sleeping you actually clear these toxins sleep is also thought to help consolidate memories. So if you go to task or an exam without having slept, you actually do more poorly compared to someone who's actually slept and had time to consolidate their memories

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Why do we dream?

Tai Asks Why

05:14 min | 2 months ago

Why do we dream?

"Okay, I know that dream stories sometimes you like really really boring but like just bear with me the rest of back. The other night i. Always just walking out of my. Book in my hand, and then suddenly I see a spider. And I accidentally just dropped the book down on him squishing him in the way picked him up. You know WHO's dead. But the remember hearing this thunderous roars something slowly approached. An this huge cockroach top hat, which is like. I had no control. Eventually he he got many pin me down. They started like attacking their woke up before anything bad. All of the nightmares I have they make no sense. There's these horrible entities that are like all powerful and it's just weird 'cause I. You know it's scary and it's on enjoyable. So why do we even have nightmares? Why don't we dream in the first place? I'm this is my podcast. Asks what? There are so many good questions out there these answered. What is love? Turns Cooler. What happens after we die? How do we fix? and. Why do? I think dreams help us make sense of the world. Things happen in your life, your brain will store them for a timer can think about the work might be puzzling might have a deeper error wound or dreams could be aspirations like what you want to achieve or pursue in your waking life. I used to think that dreams main a lot of things and there are super important. But now I just think that they are your brain filtering themselves. WHY WOULDN'T WE DREAM? When I was little I had a dream about. My House kept on rolling around a dog. What kind of dreams do you have? Their weird. That kind of goes with the territory, right? But like I don't really understand why we'd need to like see dog bowls from dreams or just really weird because the like these movies. That are head makes and like. I know our brain is working really hard to make these. But like twice dozen our brain. Power down. Teams figment of Magin nation when you asleep. Now this is my brother key. I've talked to him a lot about dreams lately he's got a lot of interesting ideas. It's a picture of like like what you see on. Your dream. It's it's a nightmare maybe who feeling Sattar that note or like maybe it's telling you to like. Strangers are dangerous. Maybe it's like maybe it tells you about lesson something. You. Dream. About I think they'll way of your brain trying to communicate something maybe not something important but maybe just something. and. Then you can remember how we look at you your brainwaves. So. We can learn about James Wait. What? It's going to be held onto your face with a little bits of tape. So I dragged my brother Ken to Sunnybrook Sleep Clinic Talkers Brian Woods in an e g machine. Here's earned irs I will extract fried at home 'cause the machinery so you'll just be drawing on your brother's head. For. Sixteen seventeen wires this so many wires on wikipedia around. By the time technician has done is covered in these wars. Looks ridiculous this. Test the liars make sure everything's connected probably gonNA move around too much. Why head into the lowered tweet eeg results as they come in. And while we're waiting I decided to ask Dr Mark Bolles about why it is. We sleep at all during the day these harmful toxins accumulate in our brain and when you're sleeping you actually clear these toxins sleep is also thought to help consolidate memories. So if you go to task or an exam without having slept, you actually do more poorly compared to someone who's actually slept and had time to consolidate their memories

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Today is Election Day in Metro Atlanta

Atlanta's Morning News

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Today is Election Day in Metro Atlanta

"Happening now. The polls are open for runoff election day after voting problems in Metro landed during the primary. The run offs could serve as practice for the general election. WSB Bill Chi actually reporting live and some of the key races to be decided. Yes. Got Challenger Funny Willis, maybe the favorite against longtime Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard. I would say the momentum appears to be with Miss Willis. WSB political analyst Bill Crane says There are some hotly contested congressional races to Republicans Marjorie Taylor Greene and John Cowan Square off in District 14. Crane says Green make some Republicans nervous as a spouse before and during her candidacy. Some fringe element conspiracy theories, one Question today is whether Fulton County can avoid some of the big problems we saw during the primary. WSB is Michelle. Right? Reports live. They've got a three step plan. Yeah, Bill. That's right. That three step plan covers a number of things, and they look to do ah, whole lots movie than they did back in June, at least that run off election. The plan focuses on people, places and process, explains Fulton County Board of Commission chair Robb Pitts, he tells Channel two action news. There are 174 polling locations open for voters and election steps have already been there for hours setting up We'll have staff of holy places at three o'clock, not 6 37 clock when voting begins. They'll also have technicians on hand in case anything goes awry. They'll also be a dedicated number that goes to a call centre aimed at responding to any complaint. Pitt says he's viewing this as a dress rehearsal for the elections in November.

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Dallas - 3 Texas Parks And Wildlife Employees Killed In Helicopter Crash

The Oil Patch

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas - 3 Texas Parks And Wildlife Employees Killed In Helicopter Crash

"Surgery Last night. Three Texas Parks and Wildlife Department employees died yesterday in a helicopter crash in Brewster County in West Texas. The three were conducting aerial surveys for desert Big One sheep when the helicopter went down. The victims include wildlife biologist doing Stockbridge Fish and Wildlife technician Brandon White as state wildlife veterinarian, Dr Bob Dittmar. The lone survivor was the pilot who is a private contractor, Texas Department of Public Safety, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Texas Game Wardens are

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"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

02:19 min | 2 months ago

"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"It's awesome well So Thomas Getting close to time here doing if somebody's interested in checking out the the perfect technician academy. how would they? How would they find you and and what kind of information would you have for them? Absolutely. So You can go and search perfect addition academy through Youtube and we'll have a bunch of videos on Youtube Channel that I'd recommend people check out or perfect technician academy dot Com that's our school website, and there you can find brochure to download or.

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"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

08:11 min | 2 months ago

"technician" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Different pieces of what's in there I, said, I promise you you have the technical acumen to fix a Patriot missile system. It won't take me very long to teach you how to fix on air conditioning system or even a commercial fishing system. The reality is, is that this is much simpler than you're working on now and it's just transitioning that knowledge to a new field and it can happen very quickly usually the first two weeks people are shocked, and then all of a sudden three, they turn a corner and all of a sudden it all makes sense and they're just running with it. Yeah I really do think Time and time. Again, I, see veterans to sell themselves short because they've talked until out of whatever I did in the military, there's no civilian application and the reason that there are a lot of civilians that think about vendors like. So you worked Patriot missiles but okay. But you know House Ed. Apply to the civilian sector but there's a lot of city agencies that will do that. They don't get it either but the ones they get it. They focus in on those soft skills and you're like, like you said, if you're if you have the capability of learning how to maintain a Patriot missile system, I could probably teach you how to do a lot of technical stuff and you're going to pick it up pretty quick absolutely, and I'll tell you that training program that they taught you how to. Work your system is going to be very similar to the training program your experience when you come here as well, very intense, high intensity stuff six days a week and six weeks done, and so we want to get you out in the workforce as soon as possible making the Ninko, the you have learning objectives and enable learning objectives. Absolutely We worked for the State of Texas, where it workforce initiative through the State of Texas. So we're actually recognized and certified by the Texas Workforce Commission and part of that is all of our curriculum has to be reviewed. We have to have learning objectives everything's in place and approved and You know I. It's been trying and we've got a lot of success with it. So we're GONNA continue to run with it. It's awesome. Okay. So what is six weeks at the perfect technician academy cost? US Some of the six week program is fifteen, thousand, five, hundred, twenty, five dollars. We do a variety different things that. We are approved. So if you have gi bill benefits that will cover the entire if you're one hundred percent eligible. Those that are of interest and eligible or even ten percent eligible. Basically, we will take the VA payment has their down payment, and once we get you to work and you start working whatever that balance is you pay two hundred and fifty dollars a month that no interest back to the school and pay it off as you go. So most people if they come in, they have no money they opened down down payment between fifteen hundred and thirty five hundred dollars is the down payment and the pay two hundred and fifty dollars for forty, eight, fifty, six months and be done. But. One of who want to do is we want to make sure you're fully employed before you start Amos back. And you mentioned this. A little bit earlier. The averages that you're seeing what are most guys coming right out read out of. Your training program making. So it varies from state to state and locations. It's going to be a little bit different but the the average salary selling coming out. Within the first year they should be making about forty, five, forty, seven, thousand dollars somewhere in that range and. They can make a whole lot more than that. Once what you were talking about building trust with that customer having that repeat customer and those opportunities. When you build trust with customers, you increase that opportunity for long-lasting business, potential creating agreements and things to help you to be successful, and that's really what it is. Once you get that these down and understand you know the selling aspect and how to ask for money I, mean, those are some things about difficulty in over once you get to that point and you understand how all those things play together. These technicians now I kind of told you the beginning I worked at a medical school for twenty five years and I know people that are family physicians and I know twenty-eight-year-old h back that are making as much if not more than the family physicians that went to medical school ten years of college medical. School etc. going on and have all that. Debt. So the reality is you can make a very good living for your family if you yourself and you work are well, that's incredible. Now fifteen thousand five hundred seems like a lot of money I'm curious do with how the Gi Bill Works Trades, schools, gazettes as fairly new with it the GI bills covering trade schools in the last few years. for example, if you go to college for nine months, two semesters in the total bill is fifteen, thousand, five, hundred in that uses up nine months of your thirty six month eligibility. So essentially used one year of College of one of your four years of college eligibilty in a typical brick and mortar type school scenario. If you use fifteen five on a trait, a six week trade school Gino. How many months of the bill that Burns up? Eight months off the GI bill so it takes. One Year of your fears, Position GonNa Community College for a year. So what what I tell Liz I if you WANNA do a slow paced learning. You go to the Community College. You'll do much slower pace and you're you're getting the same education as much as you put into it you'll get out of it but you're not gonNA earning money. During that time you come to a six week program we take everything they're teaching you in those that year program and work grandma the six weeks and we have eight hour. Days plus two hours of homework every night and it six days a week. So the number of hours spent in the classroom and doing this stuff and that six weeks is the same as you're going to spend over that year period of community college is just much more intense and all at one time and we feel that if we do it that way, there's less likelihood that you're GonNa Forget what you learn week one when it comes week sits you do over a year what you learn and twelve month twelve month one. Yes sometimes, there's a lot of information that's lost and so by concentrating that, get you in the work environment where you're doing it right away you retain the information much bet and you're making income within six weeks rather than after twelve months. So that's the benefit but the cost is there. That's a real cost and does date eight months away but the reality is you're in the workforce right away absolutely and you know if you're coming out of the military and you need income real quick like especially if you have if you married have a family whatever you don't have the luxury of being able to live on a you know macaroni and cheese in tuna for a couple of years. The I remember. It's a great tradition but boom six weeks in your urine positive income mode at that point after the six weeks, you still have three years essentially if you're Gi bill left. So you go out you start working the fact job. If you decide you don't like it. Then you can always walk away from it and you still get three years eligible to go to traditional college or You just keep on work in Indian going to night school or correspondence June doing some of the correspondence classes go to college anyways, and you still got three years left and you just double do double duty so. It's quick. And what you talk about one of your relatives that was. Doing commercial but then doing residential Hvac on the side and thanks to make some extra money I talked I read one of our graduates actually an easing. Now. So he goes to college fall and spring. Then all summer he works for an air conditioning contracts in the south. That's the biggest time for eggnog. Right so you works all summer and he hasn't had to take out any loans. He's made plenty of money. You you you use your Gi. Bill stuff or the school during the fall and spring plus you're taking home drink you're making over the summer you can spread out and live in addition to that. So, there's a lot of it opens up the door that you can do a lot lot more, and once you have that certification and once you have that experience, no can take that away from you go anywhere in the country and work and heating or dishing. Areas being in the south heating to begin the north and you're GONNA learn it all know how.

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"technician" Discussed on Turn Me On

Turn Me On

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"technician" Discussed on Turn Me On

"Instead they use organic hempseed oil, hyler, onic acid vitamin E Allo all of those things that are really nice and smooth on the skin, and now that we're partnering with them you too can enjoy their pleasurable 's from in Tam. Oh pleasurable Jeremy WanNA. Tell us about some of their products I can. Can do that because as as you all know. bride unite have been. We've been living in different provinces for the last little bit and I've been on solo lockdown note here, but I received a package from my pleasure bills, and they sent me a couple of the products which I, got a a plant based intimate massage oil There's one called wild thing. which is there oil-based lube which is infused with cannabis There's another one the smooth operator which is the water based lubricant and I'm not GONNA lie. When I got this package I was a little bit. I was a little bit bummed out because I thought to myself faulk like. In Quarantine I. I don't have anyone to use this with. one night laying laying at home by myself. I, Love I love. One night one night. I took myself out on a special. One night. It was like probably eleven o'clock in the morning. And you're like I got nothing else to do I'm going to whack it. More. You know it doesn't matter. What time of day was I. It was at one point I was I was laying in bed and I had these these products laying next to the bed and I was like. Fuck it may. Maybe I'll just like. Maybe I'll use some of the semi self. I don't generally self pleasure myself with lubricant. I always use my luke with partner. So so I thought well I'll try it. We'll see what happens. Let me just say this. I WANNA. Thank you in Tampa pleasurable because I will never go back to self pleasure myself without the use of a personal lubricant, I started the first time I'd use the smooth operator, which is their water based lubricant, and that shit is like that shit goes a long long way, and what I love about is that it's it's sex joy safe so. So I know that that's one I. I definitely want to save for like when I do have a partner, and we're up to like real real fun, but the next the next session whether it was day or night. Who Cares was I use the wild thing, which is their oil based Personal Lebron and this one is the one that's cannabis Sativa Cannabis Hempseed oil views. And this is this blew. It literally blew my mind like I mean it had this like warming sensation to it a only needed to apply once you know and the thing that really stuck out to me. Was that bright? Your like your skincare fanatic and you've always been putting stuff on your face, and and you'd always tell me like I don't know how to describe it, but it just. Just feels good on my skin and I never understood that until I started using wild thing from in Tampa pleasurable 's. It feels good on my skin. I just love the feeling of it. So I I can't. I can't review this highly enough. It has like completely altered. My My corentin experience in terms of self love. No Shit like this is This is just a truly truly. Review fucking love this stuff. Thank you so much in Tampa pleasurable 's. I I'm so glad your hand jobs have never been better. there are also just such a cool community to when we followed them on instagram. It's like jaw-dropping sexiness, and also just like very community oriented, and they also use a portion of their sales to facilitate Free Saxon pleasure education in their communities, online and so that just makes them extra rad in in my mind, so hang onto that massage, because that's my love language and I will happily use a massage oil that can also get in my mouth and all over my body..

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"technician" Discussed on Turn Me On

Turn Me On

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"technician" Discussed on Turn Me On

"Well, I'm excited I'm excited to dive into this conversation. Andrea I feel like this is like this is something that we've. We've been working to to bring to fruition for a little bit That's GONNA. Come visit you in in California. When we were there in January, we were hoping to connect I had no. Maybe never be able to be. I would've tried harder to be an la the bummer, but yeah. I'm glad we're getting together now. Co Cova just allowed us to to to create the podcast in a new way. That actually invites guests from all over the world to sit down and chat with us now, so this is this is actually it's Kinda. It's Kinda panned out. What are we? What are we just kick it right off with. With a little explanation from your end of what what is Oh school. School is a trusted resource that helps people all over the world. Learn about sex dating anything that's around sexual wellness, and another way to look at this is we fill the gap online between planned parenthood and porn hub? Is Amazing. I love that. I'm writing. when I was younger I had the usual public school as t either bad sex, said minimal health information, but I also had a Catholic school. Gay people are bad. Do not have sex until marriage, and so I am one all that I think would have been better off with no sex. Ed in the said I received and when I was building my tech career before this I build accounting software and was a venture capitalist for a minute just making. Online, businesses better at helping online internet founders, and it was rare ironic to me that even though I was investing in companies building technology companies. None of this helped me when I was personally unlearn a lot of sexual shame, and that's why I started becoming obsessed with the space started to ask these questions of what could be the Internet. That's not porn or just medical information. I used go ahead Brad. I noticed there is a lot of There was a lot of in their. The titles of the blogs are so vast like the stuff that they covered I had written down. Something like you know. Is Masturbation a sin all the way to like five great ways to sit on someone's face and I it I noticed though over the whole all the headlines or was kind of a recurring. Aspect of spirituality or like Christian. Christianity specifically, but just this addressing a lot about the relationship between like pleasure and. Real spirituality religion, etc. Where does that come from when I started looking into the space I found that there were amazing sex educators and organizations who were speaking to people who were on a road of sexual liberation at had a lot of already exposure to topics around sexuality. What I found was sorely lacking in a definite lack for me, was that for a lot of people even clicking or looking at an article? That's about something very explicitly. Sexual is too much, and those are the people that we wanted to reach the Kansas. City person who's had only. been exposed to. A lot of shame, a lot of messages that sexton okay sex is bad and to reach those people you need to do a lot of different things, and we also believe that those people who are in need of the most education probably lacked the language in, so we actually speak for example like every educator will tell you the Bulla. Not Giant. No one is Google Olga really right, right. Right right, so school I, partnered with one of the former engineering leaders at Web md. she was with her first designer. I engineer woman technical person on the team. D. And what women D- Did with similar. Like what are people searching Google candy like give people medically accurate great nation, and that doesn't exist in the Example of this is web. MD doesn't WanNa say the word blowjob. We will we will use Begley accurate in terms and docks with I. Feel is missing there so many amazing research out there, but not ones that have masks. Multibillion person audience can access in a lot of that is because people are starting way before you know, stay sitting on, want their. Where does my P come out? Why can't I come? Can Women Come? You'll also find that. We have some controversial topics. Like how can I give? How can I get my wife to give me a blowjob? When we wrote that there is a lot of eyebrows. But that's what people are searching for, and if we don't make content for them, they're still gonNA, find core posts. Are People being like you force her like horrible? And so I'd also. We like to go there I love it. It's like you're meeting them where they're coming from like. I. How can I judge? How can I judge when I didn't even see myself? Naked till I was like a founder, twice of Tech Company doesn't make. I can't go out and judge people when I came to my sexual liberation relate like I went to Catholic school, a had a really conservative upbringing, and so I can relate person who can't see themselves naked or Letters all the time like normal that every time I take my clothes off by cry. Him Panic attacks like those people other people.

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"technician" Discussed on Turn Me On

Turn Me On

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"technician" Discussed on Turn Me On

"Atom of my I like everything's just being reset. Everything everything like it's fucking crazy, and then you know it's it's like. Because you were, we're in this together, you end up. You and I are in this together when I say, we're in the scholar I. Don't mean like I do mean globally like I also. I'm talking about you and IRA. No like we're in this together. You know it's like the. The death of your your grandmother. Your your Mana your father the. It like the. The state of the world that Kovin. fucking this movement were in the middle of like. It's it's all. It's just so. It's big staff. It's big stuff. It's just such big stuff I. Don't WanNa I don't WanNa. Get lost in that in that to that, but but. It's just making me like like I. Just I'm thinking about all the grey hairs that I have right now because because. You don't live here anymore right now and BECA also isn't living here. And those are the you are the only two people that I've ever relied on to pick up plucking my grey hairs, I my gray. I don't know if I. Don't know if it's just what it would normally be like if no one was here in liquors growing like this, or if there's an increase of grey hairs because of everything that's going on because there's. Such an influx of like. What fuck ARY are we with? What fuck are- exists right now. This is so. Ost off striking that only God. Just going there so much gray hair like. Wow I got my first gray hair or I notice my first gray hair when you were in the hospital for pneumonia, the. I? Can See it. It's like a Silver Fox. That's It's it's so all that to all that to say. Yes, I feel like I am completely changing. Like it's it's changing me in that by twenty twenty one I'm going to have. Salt and pepper hair. So well, that will be fabulous I. Think. We should I would love to queue up that. That little quiz, we have lined up. We'll throw it towards with before you get any more grey hairs getting older. Let's let's let's stick over here. We. We had this conversation a couple of weeks ago with Andrea. WHO's the founder of school? She is in this really cool intersection of technology and sexuality and as you'll hear. She was inspired to to to get into this kind of neighborhood of of sexuality because she was felt in desperate need of of her own sexual education, and and we've seen a couple of different resources like this, but oh school. Is. is a really accessible sexual education site that I it. Is Basically as she explains is created based on the questions that people are googling. This really fun. I'm looking at this right now and I'm stoked to. Learn, then just. So that, you know the website is. Oh. Dot School. That's it. It's not dot com dot school dot com. It's like the. WWW dot. Dot School. They have these they have this. This this little questionnaire, you can fill out to get. A customized set of what's called Orgasm. Cards, they're like Basically a series of questions that can help you communicate with your partner about what you like to feel. So this is so Jeremy Should we get started. Okay, so you want to ask you or I have acute up here. It says what gets you in the mood and says chooses minis want. Do you have the same answers that I have on your end? Yes, this answers. I have are soft caresses. Being grabbed tightly. OKAY GRINDING UP, yeah!.

"technician" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:50 min | 9 months ago

"technician" Discussed on KOMO

"Is a cleaning technician she says they need higher staffing levels in more pain we can do to best cleaning that we are supposed to do for the safety of our patients executives say they're done negotiating Swedish first he'll see Kevin Brooks as thousands of replacements will be flown in a Swedish workers will walk off the site and our teams will quickly come in there will be a hand off to ensure safe care and we will proceed business as usual more than eight thousand employees could take part in the strike a Seattle police officer is out of a job after the department says he violated social media policy internal that's addition was launched and officer Dwayne good man for apparently posting profane and politically charged comments on Instagram investigation about one post displayed a picture of a mail bomb that a peer to endorse the violence against Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama Goodman has since been fires Seattle police chief Carmen S. released a statement on the investigation writing in part for a police officer to encourage violence against public figures with whom they disagree is a betrayal of the values of our profession that's come was Machel Esteban an elementary school in Snohomish mourning the loss of a second grade teacher who died while out on a walk Kim was Nick problem says this the home which county sheriff's office says Kathy jinx was last seen on Monday her body was found on Thursday she was found just along Snohomish cascade drive in a lot of the people we've been speaking with a live near here say that she was found in the woods they say that she went on that walk Monday and sadly she never made it home Caffey James Scott second graders at little Caesar's elementary in Snohomish since twenty seventeen the sheriff's office says her husband had called saying she was missing around four PM Monday and she was founded around eight PM Wednesday night it snowed pretty hard here earlier in the week mark winter and to watch this area every day says he's just surprised it took so long for someone to find when you're a walking I mean you just got to be aware and maybe look around because it's yeah it's she's a couple years younger than me so it's pretty surprising that someone that young that that could happen this is been ruled an accident by the medical examiner's office saying she didn't die from hypothermia come on is coming up on the twenty ninth new Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun will hold a conference call with investors that's when he'll announce the company's earnings for the fourth quarter of last year bank of America analysts project Boeing may lose up to twenty billion dollars before the seven three seven Max's recertified whatever the losses CNBC reporter Lesley Joseph says Boeing may release the news before it's required to at the end of the month and investors are now looking for and some of that to be reporting maybe even before earnings on the twenty ninth Boeing stock was down two point three percent in Friday trading state representative Matt Shea who is accused of domestic terrorism spoke to a crowd of supporters in Olympia on Friday.

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"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"The big the big dogs definitely right there yeah but I mean you bring up an important point so I started my first podcast in two thousand twelve CEO PODCASTS is make sure you check that out so there are several different resources I want to remind you guys up he has his first book which was unstoppable referrals ten x referral eight with a real world action plan that will close the gap between where you her once dubbed the world's toughest Man David Goggin. I'm super excited to have David there and Saturdays keynote is another hero Mike McCullough wits Mike is also a New York Times bestselling author of the book profit I one of the most popular business books will be announced soon this year the summit returns to my favorite resort west of the Mississippi the J W Marriott red seats which will fill long before the date of the event which is March twenty seventh and twenty two thousand twenty if you'd like to attend this event and take it advantage of our sixty percent limited time early bird pricing make sure you go today to true dental success dot com that's true dental success dot com cannot wait to see you guys in Scottsdale. and that wraps it up for another episode of

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"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

15:58 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Even if the recipient doesn't like the book visit interested in the topic whatsoever in fact a friend of theirs thought enough of them it give it to them they're going to be grateful for the friend thinking there's not going to be any any blowback this the looks not a fit for whatever reason so that's one of the reasons we tend to encourage clients to get a lot now for sure okay to connect the dots a little bit if you have no You you've identified your ideal patient than the best referral source would be for that ideal patient to distribute your book or whatever collateral that you have and removing the effort from them so it is easier to that the easiest process as possible so for instance you give them a handful of books and say hey if a if you know of anybody looking for a dentist and give them this or what does that what does that actual conversation sound like from there yeah so I mentioned before we'd worked with an orthodontist Vegas mhm we created a book for him and he really wanted to begin treating kids earlier because he felt like they got better outcomes and could prevent a lot of a lot of problems that that were difficult to deal with if if they change it the kind of traditional time in their early teens and so he had a very specific group in a very specific problem was targeting and he was able to take that book and have conversations with the parents of patients and say come on a mission to solve these particular consequences that happened when we don't get kids in here early and I've written this book that describes it all and I know that you know you know people at you know PTA church you know in in your mom's groups wherever that have kids that are in this age perfect age window and if I recall it's been years use targeting folks at around age seven or eight I could be wrong but I think that was that and so he could narrow it down and he would sit you know have someone on his team and literally make a list with that parent of three or four or five ten people you know and they have of course their contacts they're hauling their phone and the best thing you can do is say great you know what we'll see Obama copy of the book with with your compliments and you know in an often that patient will be happy share the contact information can be now because it does it requires less work on their part okay and so we wanna take much work often as possible in some cases they'll say okay right now I'll take some go give them out in which case you're going to want to have a follow up call from somebody on your team about a week later with that that patient saying hey you know I know you're GonNa get this looks out what was the feedback what if people say which is a more elegant way of saying did you out you know 'cause if you don't have that follow up call they'll tend to ride around in the trunk of a car for a while but if you had that follow call they probably won't have given them out but they will do it because they know you're gonNA check so that's one way to do but it also allows you to go to to to referral sources not not your patients but you know people who are centers of influence who who deal with protector nations you're targeting other physicians saying escape the orthodontist was going to get all the ones that were in his network and say look I'm on a mission to get early and here's why and here's the things that we're trying to solve and I wrote a whole book about it and here you can give this to your patients okay and he could go to other professionals that were in his network in the community and have that same conversation and that that's a much easier saying that under professional to do then to make the direct referral because they can give that book out long before it's time to make direct referral and that will they were were sort of pushing the acquisition of leads further out from the time that they're going to make a decision which is good that gives us a chance it's has an entrepreneur to build relationship to trust to create authorities so that when the time comes they've already made the first hand show purchase in their minds that is to buy that you're there guy your gal for sure that stuff good stuff so identify your ideal patient a what problem are you solving for that patient base eliminate the necessity for your referral base to become a sales person on your behalf what's next so as you've gone through that process you will get you know you'll get names a potential patients you'll send them the referral give you information that'll start relationship okay but again it's our opportunity it's our it's our responsibility to stay in touch with those people to communicate with them to educate them to get them and it's a very different approach to referrals the most people think most people believe their referral as when one of your patients Dr someone to your office they tell them how to fill out the check their standing there at the front forever if you take on a lot of that responsibility yourself so now you've got to stay in touch now you've got to engage all of these referrals and get them in not all of them are going to be ready to bind the day and and that's okay you want to still get them in your system give them in your database again marketing to them building relationship with them and so as you're doing events this is when you've got all of these people you know they're in your database you invite them to that so they can experience your staff what it's like to be in your office you send them a newsletter postcard you're engaging them up until the point that they're ready to make a decision impatient Nice Nice okay so I want to kind of pivot a little bit because I want to talk about both folks here I'm intrigued by the title of your second book as well the exponential network strategy can you tell us a little bit about that that book and how that's a little different absolutely so with the exponential network strategy that really came out of my own frustration with networking within Mike My Community I go to networking events I'd meet people we'd have coffee or a lunch date and we have had a great conversation agree that we both wanted the mythical mutually beneficial relationship and then you know I'd never hear from the other person's again and and I just found that it didn't work very well and so the way we stumbled upon a solution to that was that in two thousand twelve I started my first podcast and I realized when I used to go around networking and trying to to meet people the answers in the community and and and sources of referrals it was often very difficult the people that I actually wanted to connect with hard to reach they weren't off at the events that that you know were kind of common in the community and and so I wasn't making progress but if I had a podcast and I reached out to them you know another another business owner any professional and said I had this thing and I'd love to interview about your expertise and like the show with everybody that I know that I had no trouble getting them on the phone and building relationship with yes you're doing something for them instead of asking something from them it's a huge it's huge distinction absolutely absolutely and and so you know we we never closed business on a podcast interview it's just not appropriate offer to build relationship but now that I've done something for them and we've had a chance to talk like you on our talking here we kind of know each other a little bit and I've spent that entire arena you shining a bright light on the other person in their expertise so they feel really good about it because we all want to talk about ourselves and what we do then I what I want to go reach back out and and deepen that relationship they're gonNa answer the phone when I call they're going to return my calls they're gonNa return my emails they're gonna be open to meeting again and it allows me to develop that into a deeper relationship on at the same time it's got this really great strategic byproduct of creating this content that I can put out to to to my market to nurture them and keep them engaged and they hear my voice which helps build trust or just magic to to the human voice in an audio as a medium and you create all this content that people will go in binge listen to you know and we've had we've had prospects tell us the hard way you know they they subscribe to the podcast at the beginning of a business trip they listened to twenty or thirty episodes while they were driving you know someone it wasn't stripped if you add that up you know they're basically telling me they've spent twenty hours with me in the car that's awesome so just a few small details guesses really interesting to me how long are your episodes and do you have multiple business owners on per episode or do you do that like one episode per business owner so our our episodes are generally around thirty minutes but if we're having a really great sation kept out of their personal just let goes yeah yeah if it's a great conversation and I'm having a good time and they're having a good time number one goal is to develop that relationship ship with that individual okay awesome what I what I found is if we're having a good conversation than anybody that listened to that in the future is going to enjoy it as well now because that energy just come through so yeah we've had him goes on our and you know and usually it's just one other one of their entrepreneurial on that that episode but all of that said there aren't any formulas that magic you're you could do it with me the people although I do think there's something useful about that wild one connection but you certainly can do it in a whole different formats and then how often are you airing the episodes we we hear them Weekly I just think that having something go out every week gives you the opportunity to interview more people in a year than than maybe doing it every other week or doing it once a month and so if your goal is to really build up a lot of relationships weeklies going to give you that opportunity and I think doing something daily or three times a week is just a lot of work that most visitors Kabamba for my podcast is a seven day week podcast but I have a great cloud I my hat's off to you all seven hundred sixteen episodes while that's amazing thanks man so okay this is this is really cool so how do you spread the word about the podcast to the people in your local community that's that's another kind of big question that arises in my brain when I when I think of this concept yeah so if I were if I were to point where I was trying to grow at a dental practice my approach might be a little bit different okay certainly would probably WanNa go interview other other medical professionals that could could refer we're doing when we're setting up a client were either are getting essential clients for there to interview directly or we're targeting influencers of and so I'd be looking at are who the centers influence and I might take one or two approaches so I might take the approach that I'm also just going to go and talk to all the local business owners and business leaders so then I'll get spread around that way and within that community because they likely all you know have have families and and could be you know really good central patient approach would be just to highlight look things of local interest and you know and and again you might target local businesses that are kind of unique so if I were in Tallahassee Florida if I were doing that we have all of a sudden a great microbrews seen here you know and that's kind of become newsworthy lately and so I might interview a number of people in that or at you know muscles are things going on I might do that so that when people are in the community your channel figure out when do this weekend or what's happening maybe on the source for that so there are a couple of different approaches that you can take their and you know and it's certainly possible to do that in a way where you as the entrepreneur don't necessarily have to be the the person that's that's kind of the voice of the podcast all that you can't be a group of dental practices is police officers fire fighters and hair salon owners because they have tight communities and and they have you know people that they speak to all the time and those are the types of people that really seemed to drive a ton of business for us when we when we break down our main refer all sources so are you Are you spreading the word about the podcast increasing listenership by advertising on facebook or you just getting the people that you are interviewing to share that to their communities so depends on the market okay if you know a lot of the folks we work with are our business to business and then were mostly relying on the guests to share when we're business to consumer that's going to be a little bit different that's where particularly if you're if localized area using something like facebook and Instagram ads which you know in a localized area very very inexpensive.

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"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

16:03 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"The mountains of Prescott Arizona a place your ideal clients or patients in our case and achieve the business goals that you I've been dreaming of welcome to the show Steve Hey mark I'm excited to be here yeah thanks for thanks for agreeing to do this interview tell us a little bit about your your journey into Entrepreneurship it sounds like he started off with kind of a traditional path and then and kind of expanded into what we now have is a a coach in an expert and in growing businesses yeah I started off kind of an unexpected way my my background is in engineering technical degree and thought that that's what I was going to be doing for my career in my first my first job out of college was a small engineering firm and and had been there about four years and got asked to dickerson Yo and and I as you read the by was baptism by fire I I you know I didn't know what I was doing at all aw and here I wasn't the twenty trying to go out and not only lead the firm but the go out and develop business and so I I got to grow in in that business in the almost now nine going on ten years ago got out starting my car goes and and it's just a blast trying to to go around and help all of the different professional service firms that we work with in different disciplines trying to figure AH attract clients so my dad is a mechanical slash electrical engineer so I know the way that engineers thinking strangely enough very similar to the way that Physicians Dentists Think Very Analytical Very left brain and if it's anything you know like my dad's experience he got zero training as far as how to run a business so where did you develop your business chops because it's it's afar departure from the traditional technical training that you guys get his engineers yeah so I think the first place I started I and missile kind of share my age a little bit round the corner from our office it was a barnes and noble bookstore back when you had to go to a bookstore yeah and and I would just go and buy everything I could get my hands on from the business section and try to learn things and then of course I spent a lot of money on intuition at the School of Knox vessel was just you know we'll try something and didn't work in and Ah I had a a CFO in that business was actually younger than I was and she and I were struggling with the decision one day we finally just looked at each other and we both said at the same time what's the worst happen became the mantra yeah as long as as long as it like we would sit there contract but what could possibly be worse than the situation if we made this region and it was never really that bad so we just decided we're GonNa try things and learned a lot through that experience as awesome my mantra when I first started out in business was a little bit less half ass every day because we didn't know what we were doing you know it was like like let's throw some spaghetti against the wall and see what sticks and it was a little bit more forgiving of an environment back then it's super competitive in in our industry now and and you can't have kind of come out of dental school with three hundred fifty to five hundred thousand dollars in debt and and see what you could figure out so the stakes are higher for today's new dental preneurs than they were back in the day but that's really cool that you ended up being the CEO as actually a technically trained person what would what did you feel like that was like running the actual corporation without a whole lot of tree additional training you didn't you don't hold an MBA or anything like that correct now now I took took an accounting classes college I got to see much too he's a CD a Oh yeah okay and I had I had a business law class and that was about the extent of you know we were a small organization started we attend people by the time I started I actually started kind of running the nations of it after a couple of years before I took over CEO so I had some experience in managing the operations part of it That certainly complicated as we expanded and added locations and added people but but I always the real disconnect was how are we going to get the next client and and you know and so that was the part that I probably spent the most time on the management and operation side of it I always found that to be relevant await straightforward maybe you know the technical background because it's sort of system space but but figuring out how do we go out and and okay create a relationship that's that's GonNa lead to you know that business our our average agreement was five to seven figures so how do you create that yeah for sure okay so that's a great segue into talking about some of your books here ah I love the title of Your First Book unstoppable referrals ten x referrals half the effort so can we dig into a little bit about all kind of the outline of the book and some of your philosophies as far as how US service based businesses go out and get those referral absolutely will yeah I think that'd be very relevant so everybody listening for Sean you know the way that most businesses approach referral is you have a you have a patient and you say to them something try like the the biggest compliment you could ever hey asses as an introduction to your friend you know I have room yeah we always have room for for for referral else that you know that kind of thing or you know sometimes it's it's I think Sap offer commercial back in the ninety s so do you need any more software this week claw sometimes it's like that so do you know that you know you need dental work today yeah yeah and those all of those things and actually I will tell you that in the past when we worked with with dental preneurs they're actually some some of them were really very innovative in this and I think are doing a pretty good job this is what do advance worked with an orthodontist who is out in Vegas and he would do events rent a movie theater out and and there you know the ticket to get in was you know so so there are some innovative ways to do it but the the big challenge was all referral is that we tend to make it too difficult for the patient for the client to refer us because we're putting them in a position of having to sell yes good point yeah that that fundamentally that's what it is we're basically going to them now we're saying Mr Patient I'm not GonNa pay you anything and I'm not gonNA train you at all but I would love for you to go out and be my number one salesperson say mean yeah I guess we are asking that in essence exactly what we're asking and and that's really it's the hardest job at any businesses going and finding the new new patients new clients customers we need to hold onto that responsibility that's our responsibility entrepreneurs but are our patients our clients or customers have an important role to play because they do know other people that could really benefit from the work that we do and so in our job then is to allow them to to do the one thing that they can do which help us connect the dots between who else in the community might be upset and and then we do all the heavy lifting beyond that and so that's really what the book is about how you know the the method for going about that and we can certainly dive into specifics yet I'd love to get a little bit more tactical at the you know the the people that are listening to this podcast heavily sophisticated business owners were all over the world there's thousands of people probably listening to our voice right now and this is a common theme of the hundreds of Dennis that I talked to every single month desiring to scale their businesses a big part is patient acquisition and and how to do that internally so I'd love some technical tips for for the audience so I I I think the first key thing every client we work with this is the place we start is getting really clear on who your ideal patient is okay it and it's it's really easy in in in your industry to say well everybody has a mouth everybody has teeth so it's everybody okay that's dangerous that that will take you down down a path that will make it really difficult to attract any and the reason that it will make it difficult to attract what is it that you're gonNA put a marketing message out that describes what you do in the value that that you offer that's going to be so watered down that it's not going to speak any individuals if everybody's target that nobody's our target exactly so so that's the first thing is get specific and that's that's sometimes difficult for entrepreneurs to wrap their heads around the hear it all the time they understand the value in it but but if feels like they're giving up unity and it's funny because whenever we take someone through that process and they decided okay it's not gonNA turn business away but my marketing effort initially I'm going to focus on this group in this specific problem that this group has and as soon as they do that it's like the world opens they all of a sudden they can see all of these opportunities to to connect with those types of people they're all all of his opportunities were there they were just blind to them they weren't looking for her and so it really that focus will accelerate your progress and then you just take that and then you replicate it for another type of head your client or another most businesses end up with one to three you know if it's a bigger business and I I would imagine most of western fit into this category but it's big business where you rock out US serious marketing department maybe you can get five but but usually one two three and that's usually plenty yeah you can build a very profitable very large practice on that that's the first step awesome so once you've done that now it it it becomes very clear who you're targeting and what problem you can solve for them okay and and would it be as specific as as you can about the types of problems that they have what the consequences of those problems are and very likely there are concerts winces to to some of the health problems that you're treating that they're unaware so you can be a real hero to them helping educate them on that when you get that specific now it becomes easy to put together materials that will educate that potential patient and then motivated the come and see at will also help kind of enable your your existing patients to to figure out who within their world can benefit from from that information and so the way that that normally looks for the folks that we work with is Vail we call it in the book a referral Kit and the idea the referral kids were just taking information that would be really valuable all to that potential patients were packaging it up in a way that easy to share and that's and that carries no risk okay that's that's really critical that we eliminated the risk because that's really one of the big things that that deters your patients from bringing by the end they bring someone in that person has a bad experience as a first experience with you will the patients who referred them as response label for that right so it's all amateurs there yeah damages their relationship so you know and so when we create this referral kit it often will take the form of maybe a short book that's on specific topic it might take a form of of a presentation that you either deliver live and in person or you know virtually through the Web and and it could be something as simple as you know white paper or report lots of different ways you could package this up at one client that the the Put his on audio CD because his settles all know executives who were driving around from meeting to meeting so it doesn't really matter what format it takes but the ideas that it's something very easy for for your clients pass on perceive that that there's no risk in doing the kind of the gold standard in this is a short book and the reason for that is that.

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"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Hey guys wanted to let you know that I have a brand new opportunity for just the right Dennis to work side by side with me in my incredible team at our dental Oh group right here in Prescott Arizona Incredible Compensation Package including signing bonus relocation reimbursement medical and 401k match. that I call home and in my opinion one of the best places to live in one of the best kept secrets in the United States this type of partnership track opportunity only comes along a few times in an entire lifetime please only apply if you're a serious candidate just email your CV to as e dental any seven at g mail dot com that's easy dental twenty-seven at g mail dot com in the dental preneurs podcast okay doctor it's time to put down that hand piece you're listening to the show dedicated to helping dentists get their lives back time to decrease your stress increase your ability and regain your passion now introducing your host Dr Mark Costas hello everyone and welcome to another episode of the Dental Poor podcast I'm your host Dr Mark Costa's hope you guys are doing awesome out there today today I have.

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"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"You're listening to this podcast it's come to your events their their clients to mind they're they're doing this because you know what I'm I'm pretty good at what doesn't in the the digital world hiring more systems to provide more are services that way or even bringing other dentist under your umbrella because ultimately e you can go out and sell more procedures than you can personally deliver like we don't want our ability to deliver something ourselves to be that that ceiling as to what we can do so having people to scale handing off low Roi asks right I mean there are plenty of twenty dollars an hour tasks in our business the somebody else could get great fulfillment and and in gainful employment doing and most people who have any sort of remotely successful service business already have some of the the place but my experience is most of them defaulted just doing what everybody else does they got the same number of the people working in office managers handling billing or a dental assistant or personal trainers or physical therapy assistance as the other practices they've seen around them they charge very similar fees they offer very similar services and I think the I mean it it's very cliche but if if we want something different and better than we've probably got to be enjoyed approach solving the problem differently to of course of course a great insight so hey pat kind of not unsubtle left turn here I just love this I love the whole concept of an ideal business sorry keep on coming back to this but the name of your tuck your best selling book is the ideal business formula could you kind of give us a little outline or just some bullet points of what you cover in that book I'd love to push people to to grabbing a copy of this yes so I mean really the book is kind of a combination of my journey to finding this and really probably taking a pretty Scenic route along the way and then crafting this this blueprint that basically allow somebody to build a business that you know it's an individualistic business it's unique to their unique ability their spring their experiences you know it's distinctive so I mean if you are the same as everybody else then you essentially do come off as a commodity you're not going you'd be able to charge twice as much as the next person if everything else feels and sounds the same you know probably the the one that really hit home with me if we're thinking of this light is in acronym is it is enjoyable you know and I think a lot of people they get into a career and they do it because they're like well that's going to provide security you know I'm going to be able to make a nice living bit they look out their miserable going to work every day or at least much of my professional life I've really look forward to going to work every day I really look forward to what I've done just from you know from what I've kind of learned of you it seems like you know you're you're really enjoying the professional satellite now to and and I think what's great about that is it it creates more opportunities for us when we do it it you know we're doing great great work it's fun then man we we're we're going to be motivated to do more we're not gonna be watching the clock and saying man is a weekend here yet so so then you know we we want this I I talked about this earlier it needs to be authentic it needs to be something where we're not feeling like we're just trying to be a knock off of somebody else's model of somebody else's practice it needs to be thank you so if there's a particular way that somebody wants to communicate or particular type of approach they went to market do you know just because somebody says hey going out and doing public speaking a great way to market if that's like fingernails on chalkboard to you then you probably shouldn't do it and then lastly it needs to be lucrative you know I think we've all probably put enough time effort energy and resources into building a business and I'm biased I think the business owners are the ones out there accepting the risk and providing employment opportunities everything else I think they should be rewarded pretty handsomely for the work they do so I make no of bones about it I'm I'm all for you know your business being ready for the value you provide so you know so I touch on all of those different components but I I you know I kinda lead in talking about well I mean we need to have an idea what ideal is for us we need to know what the destination is thanks to the Senate gts like format I how can we craft a plan if we don't know where we're going and and then once we know where we're going we can reverse engineer we can map out okay what what kind of staffing do I need to to have in place accomplished this three years down the line what kind of marketing do I need to to have to to derive the prophets.

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"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

24:54 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"It has to adjust and after all of your effort it still doesn't fit right or you've wiped out all of the approval anatomy or inner proximal contacts it is the against Betas thing a mentor of Yours I mean I've I've learned from so many different people and I I mean I can learn a decade's worth of knowledge in like the youngest coach in college baseball history to a one hundred year one hundred fifty I was the youngest coach on the country for a couple years and so this was my identity I thought I was going to be you the the other one really prompted you know the the business that I have today was I would I would find myself being just mentally consumed by business and not being present for my family not being present for for friends not really ever disconnecting and and really the the tipping point for me I was out in right yard tossing plastic whipple balls my in three year old son and I'm thinking about man I'm responsible for all these people all that are you know working in organization and then the Franchisees and I need to be somewhere else I need to be in there working on that and having guilt I'm like is we really ever a time I should feel guilty out playing in my yard or o'clock in the afternoon with my son I probably need to you to put things back in order and that in that moment I decided okay well it's time for me to unwind this I gotta go sell this off and figure out I'm GonNa do it and build something better so I I mean I'm sure there are we we could be on here you know for the next two weeks and I can talk through other failures but those are the biggest ones for sure I appreciate you sharing that You know I I WANNA go back to this this whole notion of the ideal business because I've had you know of course we've all read Tim Ferriss has four hour workweek and I think that's swept swept the world because bounded so incredible you could go do whatever you wanted to do the financial stuff would be taken care of if you learn how to outsource eliminate delegate Cetera the the Tim Ferriss battlecry is lifestyle business lifestyles the most important thing but that's not for everybody either you know so if we're talking about a lifestyle business having being able to work for hours a week for some people that sounds incredible for some people that sounds miserable the definition of ideal business I would think would be different for many people I think that you know perhaps Richard Branson if you met him many people tell me that he's like one of the happiest in the world and he has over four hundred thirty businesses he by no means has a lifestyle business but he feels totally fulfilled than other people like my friend Michael O'Neill who has a podcast called the solo per near Solo preneurs our prefers to have a simple life a lifestyle type business where he works very title but he has passive income streams that are coming in taking care of his personal overhead so when you're identifying an ideal business for an individual how do you kind of navigate that that definition I think you touched on it really well I mean it's not the same for each person and frankly that's part of what is so fulfilling to what I'm doing now is it's not cookie cutter get to work with somebody and say well what do you actually want because timidly you decide and you get to decide the you know the the the kind of EBB lower rhythm between the personal and professional side of your life you get to decide what role you want to play in the business and frankly ask whether or not your inspired by having multiple businesses or just trying to perfect this one because I don't think there is the one-size-fits-all approach I I think that I would probably be a little stir crazy if I only worked for hours a week because I'm competitive I and I and I want to build something better i WanNa have an impact I want to to do those sorts of things so you know I I think with an ideal business it needs to be whether we want to use the word authentic or whatever else I mean it needs to be true to us and not just kind of the a clone of what somebody else does or a template of what somebody else says is right I mean it needs to be true to us needs to help us achieve our goals whatever level of impact we wanna have if it's you know the the people that we WANNA help correctly as clients customers patients or the amount I mean it could be the impact we're making through hey I'm generating a lot of red revenue and I'm able to go support these important causes to me but it needs to to to be able to have that impact I wanNA have I I think if we wanna pull align Dan Sullivan we have to be able to kind of us are unique ability to be able to play our best role in the because I mean you WanNa talk about a a recipe for burn out in frustration it's been spending a lot of time doing things is not meant to do if I look back in my time even as a baseball coach there there was this point where I'm like I'm spending about twenty percent of my time on baseball Tom Spending all this time. Okay I've got a scheduled games and you know secure a bus and deal with meal money fundraise and how do we turn that unique ability into an income that rewards us four that impact we're having so you know I I mean I'm sure there you know there there's an altruistic part to all of us that ultimately were I mean people are I do and I want to be rewarded for it I wanna be compensated for fairly and I don't WanNa have to feel like I'm you know working a hundred Hours a week to get there sure yeah I love that and let's let's kind of fall that train of thought when we're talking about trade hours for dollars which in Dentistry in any service profession really by definition that's kind of how we make our money you know you have the most highly paid prosecuting attorney or defense attorney in the world I mean they might be making four thousand dollars an hour but they're still in essence trading dollars for hours which is kind of what dentists and physicians and these y'all adjusts and any service profession is doing so how have you have you discovered any hacks be able to be more productive and escaping that dollars for hours trap yeah I think that you know not becoming a commodity would be probably the first one right like not not being measured by okay my my our can only be worth seventy five dollars I mean really I if we're selling not just our time but we're selling the result time provide then we can you know have some price elasticity there which which I think is number one number two is finding those leverage points that allow you to scale with other people or like a lot of people think of automation is just being Technology to to to achieve a task or replica task but I mean I think a starbucks is automation right I mean I mean you have Baristas they can go out there and they can kind of call an audible in whatever drink you order it doesn't have to be straight off the menu they can you know tweak things and you know add things attract things accordingly but that's still scale ability and it require your level of expertise proficient the're education to do it so finding things under your umbrella that allow you to hand off the things that you don't have to do certain things in your business that only you can do at the level that you do them but there are plenty of things that maybe you're thing to do it somebody else can do at a you know an acceptable or even extraordinary level of competence either that hiring you know in.

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"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

13:45 min | 1 year ago

"technician" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Of welcome to another episode of the Dente Podcast I'm your host Dr Costas super excited to be chatting with somebody who has a lot of experience being a business coach entrepreneur and an author his key focus is inspiring and educating entrepreneurs to build their ideal business which is right up my alley and I know that all of you guys listening to my voice right now are interested in creating your ideal business something that we talk about often on the dental podcast so let's hear a little bit more about Pat Rigsby pets dad a husband and a business coach and entrepreneur and an author he's built over twenty five different businesses including two entrepreneur franchise five hundred award winning franchises. today he coaches entrepreneurs to create their ideal business one that allows them to earn more have greater impact and enjoy more freedom to live the lives of their dreams here today to share his insight with you and to help you build the business of your dreams welcome to the show pat how you doing buddy man I'm excited to be here I've been looking forward to this just seeing how much good work you guys are doing I'm just honored to be a part of it today thank you so much let's I always liked to start with a little bit of context so if you could tell us about your journey into Entrepreneurship and into coaching as well because I myself have have traversed that gauntlet and it is not an easy transition so let's hear about your backstory so I was actually a college baseball coach strength coach and then I taught in the Exercise Science Department of the University for the first leg of my professional life and somewhere along the way I figured out I wasn't that out to be an employee that's familiar familiar story with with people that into this podcast anyway yeah bad and so started you know a fitness business that it just because that was kind of the stuff that I like was sport and fitness and fitness business and in a really small town just because that happened to be where the opportunity was about twenty three thousand people grew it to over four hundred clients in about eighteen months which you know for anybody who knows anything about like the fitness like the personal training world that was I mean we're talking two thousand four two thousand five that was pretty you know pretty significant probably about eight to ten times as big as a lot of the Personal Training Studios were were out there in so opened a second location and had similar results and about that time you know regionally you people were saying well how are you doing what you're doing can you show me I started doing a little bit of business coaching I obviously was comfortable with it. a coaching speaking format for my time you know the college coach so that that felt pretty good to me and then you know I kind of backed my way into learning how the the Internet might allow me to the scale this I went to a to a conference not unlike your dental success summit but kind of a fitness really one of the first fitness the business specific things can you tell me who the host Ryan Lee I know Ryan I know you've probably heard of bedrose Cooley in as well yes I I've known Vedro since that that kind of Era Ryan you know I spoke at May dresses I events cooking I've spoken to to obey Joseph Event is one of my original mentors he's an incredible friend a great great person he certainly wants smart guy and So so I go to this family man you know what I should be thinking more nationally internationally instead of just locally because the people onstage our businesses way bigger and way better than and I'm GonNa town of Twenty three thousand people in the middle of Kentucky not exactly a fitness hotbed and so it it just kind of snowballed from there and I said Okay I'm GonNa Change it my focus in started to do more Coaching online and it just seemed like a lot of the Times businesses is there might be good ideas they didn't know how to scale them I might get involved with and you know that's how we got to that twenty five I five plus thirtyish businesses that I've owned or co owned is just some of those opportunities just came from coaching people and it made more sense for me to be involved Turkish role and you know so over time grew a fitness franchise to about two hundred seventy five location and sold that and then had you know education companies coaching companies equipment companies even some bad ideas like drop ship food companies in things like that so you know and then somewhere towards the end of two thousand fourteen eighteen I just felt like you know this is kind of gotten to be something different than than than what I imagined it you know bigger wasn't necessarily better and I wasn't loving going to work and so I sold it and just said you know what if I can build something this big I could build something better that was more fulfilling to me and allowed me to have that kind of the term use earlier ideal business you know let me to have the impact I wanted to have the freedom I wanted to have and still earn a you know a pretty meaningful income for the WHO is delivering and so started over built a new coaching consulting driven business and that's what I've been doing for the most part ever since Wow great stuff man great stuff you know it's not easy to build a franchise and it's not it's not cheap either I I've learned that from Beijing and a lot of my other friends might Parrella who built built up I love kickboxing. I'm sure you know a lot of these guys to that. Congratulations on being able to scale something to first of all have the vision beyond your two locations when you were doing really well and to take it you know nationally and internationally that's that's no small feat so along the way I would love to get your take on this along the way what are the primary lessons that you learned and what are some of the biggest failures that you experienced during that process you know the first lesson that I probably have have learned still is really helpful to me today is you know we side and you know a lot of times I think we we almost advocate that decision making and think well you know what I can really do it the way that it's been done or you know I can't approach things differently I can't do this better that I mean I've I've just seen in in too many cases whether you're talking about you know creating a franchise at that point I mean was largely a conversion based franchise can -verting existing fitness businesses to a franchise model even though that was a very non traditional approach franchising and you can kind of make your roles and so if things aren't the way that you want them you know the I mean fix it and and I think that's been probably the most important lesson that I learned a long way because I think most people just kind of follow whatever path it is laid out in front of so so that was probably the first piece of the puzzle the second was men it's our responsibility to go out and attract people to our business to attract customers clients patients and it's our you know our job we're not we're not going to just magically have them walk in the door because we're doing good work it's our job to make sure they know that we're doing good work and and so making sure that marketing is a three hundred sixty I day a year endeavor is probably another another thing that I probably didn't outstanding media but learned pretty quickly and then beyond that you know I don't necessarily know that bigger is better doc you know that and I'm all for scaling businesses I am I am still motivated motivated by that to this day but I think that you know a if it if all you're doing is looking at top line things not looking at you know the bottom line how you're paying yourself what kind of profit you have what kind of infrastructure you have some time and you're just creating a bigger headache so planning strategically I think that's a big deal and then the last one that I that I learned is mentorship is key I I mean why in the world would somebody just go at things blindly I mean you read a spending time with somebody and not having to reinvent the wheel and I think a lot of us active success isn't a team sports and that's a a pretty narrow minded way to view it and you know I mean obviously if somebody's listening to this podcast they probably already embraced that but I think it's worth reiterating for sure so man's failures got how much how much time do we have yeah tell me about it I'm the master so let's see I was like I mean I was I was a like I mentioned I was the baseball coach I was winning backed up and got into a bit of a power struggle with a vice-president university and a year after leading Rt into a fifth place finish at the world series even though we were among the bottom five percent in the country in budget I was forced who resigned so you WanNa talk about a blow the ego unlike billboards radio show and other stuff and I am essentially escorted out the door and so uh you know so that was probably the first big failure because me and my I mean that was my personal identity I can go back to that town and people still see me as a baseball coats fifteen years later and you know so it took a while can get past that but as with most of the failures I mean it's been a blessing in disguise every time it's always lead the better things once you're the the rugs kind of pulled out from under you in that setting you know somebody saying no to you and you're trying to make a sale or some other thing not going in your way seems pretty pretty manageable yeah so that was number one you know I would I would be anything but honest if I told you all those you know thirty s businesses that I have owned or cone were all homerun sons you know for for every really successful business there was probably one that you know just didn't gain the type attraction that we thought it might and and I would tell you that in many cases that was because you know an ego you know a and not like this boisterous hey I'm smarter better whatever else he go it's like you know why in the world would I think that I can be a CEO of you know twelve different businesses at a time each one of these is getting less than ten percent of my focus and compete in a market where other people are pouring one hundred percent of themselves into it and so so just seeing some of those those things not go the way they they they could have potentially spreading things out and like deluding focus and I would tell.

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"technician" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"technician" Discussed on KTRH

"To. Us Are, not consistent with a blimp type craft. Because we know extremely high, speeds unexcelled rations are really not consistent with a blimp type structure I'll call him the other night we were doing a show, on life after death and. Survival after death of the spirit or the consciousness and we had a call that rocked me back and I I'm not over it yet it. Was from a young lady who works as an MRI technician And for years now she called me, and she admitted she said you know I see, entities, not. Everywhere but when I'm at work I see entities I wouldn't dare tell my co workers what I. See but, I see, them and I see them. When the, MRI machine is operating and that blew me? Away a column because I I've got a bad back. Trouble back l. four no five, and I've had, an MRI and I think I, explained to the audience when I, had that MRI you know. Curious me I go to the. Technician I say why don't you tell me about this machine and so he opened up the front of, the machine he took a big steel bar a big one, put it up against the. Machine turn the machine on and said try to pull it off And I tried I tried? As hard as I could and there was no way. To pull it off the size, of the electromagnetic, field from an MRI machine is, monstrous absolutely monstrous and there are, effects on on humans and You know maybe maybe maybe others I remember, you telling me a story about the ranch right you remember, that story about. An opening of some sort with something, crawling out of it can can you briefly retell that sure yeah that was that happened a few.

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"technician" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"technician" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hey i'm in baby i'm the sanitary technician and i got to my hip and everything right as it took us a lot of cleaning equipment and my shipmates would grab my map from me just flatly silly with it it would come up to me from behind any would punch me in the arm pit all right poke me in the eye on your hand there is a conspiracy of foot that they someone has pointed out saying we want him nail sal and everybody else is part of it so i don't even know where to go i don't know how to sue the navy for harassment i truly don't.

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"technician" Discussed on The Infinite Monkey Cage

The Infinite Monkey Cage

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"technician" Discussed on The Infinite Monkey Cage

"Oh yeah i trained my research technician nuclear compensation if the palestinians yet it was really do mean boos we w it was not get something so then i went back to the vice of the marine environment where it where it's a lot before and i and i am because you can't post redemptive assailed just you can find it in the environment you can find and rivers and and soils and estuaries so we think of it speaking got bad pathogenic bacteria that it also lives in the wild when i went into the wild i could that's why could find my viruses so by at she going into into a sort of more natural state where you have viruses and bacteria and directing of able to isolate lots of isis from the environment shelby how do we search for new antibiotics is entirely synthetic now or do we still look in in the wild for them no we look in the wild there's been some really nice research recently looking at how to cope chose soil to find different bacteria from the ones we found before and that's looking quite help full found a big carrot shaped walking i i was at the very exciting presentation of a research group in germany that he's looking at insects because insects of course survive against bacteria and they have innate antibacterial and they're finding really interesting compounds and once you find them you can work out what they all you can look at the efficacy of many can synthesize them so we often look in nature or generally look in nature.

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"technician" Discussed on The WordPress Chick Podcast

The WordPress Chick Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"technician" Discussed on The WordPress Chick Podcast

"A wordpress site that maybe isn't coded up to standards or you know ideal will out perform a christina well oil wordpress site all day long if the bad site is promoted and marketed so many great sites do not think they go nowhere because nobody and you guys please take my my always never nobody anybody right like take that with a grain of salt but my point is you get these people get pissed off because they're not making money so they decide that marketers are charlatans wherever it it's just asinine it's like look all wounded that you're the technician and that's okay the world needs technicians right why do you think at some point and i think the difference between the technician in the entrepreneur is the the entrepreneur will get tired of being a technician after awhile i think some of that evolves through master aircraft you get better at it and there are certain things that you like doing as well as the fact that you know there's it's still to this day i think this was the strangest space in terms of business when it comes to websites because you have customers who know nothing about what you do but they've decided what you do as a commodity therefore this is what's your works now you also have so you can come across the same site one person make sharks three thousand for it one person may charged twenty grand it's all in how you position it and so you this is a type of stuff so this kind of flows into my missing piece rate but the the get really clear you guys that.

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