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Dissecting the Rise, Fall and Future of Topshop

The Business of Fashion Podcast

09:00 min | 3 months ago

Dissecting the Rise, Fall and Future of Topshop

"What do you think talk shop representative young costumers here in the uk because this was prior to the international expansion. And all of that. But i remember coming to london during that time and it was. It was a destination you know it was a place that people all around the world had heard because it had become kind of representative of that kind of cool brittannia moment and all of the stuff that was happening in the uk at the time. What did young customers feel about the talk shop brand. After after this all of this new activity. I think they felt that it was as unite bill. A kind of a real ownership of it on a at this hour as we great because with because we've sort of created together but like you know it was something let's talk if that makes any sense as a so that brings me to the question. That's on so many people's minds this week as we hear the news of top shop being acquired by a sauce you. Where did things begin to go wrong for top shop in. What was the tipping point where top shop began to lose. Its way well. I think it's a very difficult question to answer. In some ways. I mean young. Fashion is roussel. you have to be constantly reinventing yourself to make sure that you'll always relevant to your customer base. I felt well. You know bennett grain had taken over a two thousand. I had been very clear as soon as he joined the business. I didn't want him today any conflict. Because he wasn't china he was. You know an acid struck him more than anything else. He bought as an insult them again. I had a lot of conversations when he was not a retailer. In the way that i saw a return should be said was sort of capture the margins in the business but then pejorative that time. He then broke kate. Moss and hats off to him. She was a great choice at the time we hadn't wrote any celebrities weeks outlets limiting wasn't really talk shop. It was all about design evoke nelson. I knew that she would be incredibly with the with the talk shop customer base but also knew that it would it allowed to get into top shop if he lied to enter into an stop being apart top shop and i knew that i couldn't work with him. I could. I could do this with my team because we were all incredibly passionate because we understood it. I could not with him. Why not because we just had temporarily different views about everything is was that you basically that the buying decision was that you bought something as cheap as you could possibly buy. A new sold differs much. As you'd be get foreign mike. Philosophy was that you would make sure that you designed on bought something. That was so amazing that no one will be able to resist. It said we will philosophically. We had a very different view. The business so assigned that he took over he i think he felt that he knew young fashion that he could cross the business. And i'm sorry but you know he's he's. He's a middle-aged mom who doesn't have very much retail general certainly didn't ever about young fashion on. I think from that moment on probably He started to make decisions about cultural. Besotted run it in a way. That's a Realize that that a business needs to be constantly. Reinvented that you need. Passion within the union huge passion from everyone involved and if those people are not as passionate Do i really have to do this. then i think it's i think he is very quickly. My feeling was that before he kinda came into it. It was like we were a room full of people together. All of us creating together something. We were terribly proud of. I'm so it was amazing but we were doing it together. I think he his his view much was was a top down management. I'll tell you to do that. You'll do it. And i think that's not just a very very different thing. You know if someone says to me you've got you do that. Yeah i'll do it. But maybe i'll do it but i wanted to very well whereas if i feel on upon something creating something that i will give it everything and i think that's what it needs and needs everything. Is that ultimately why you decided to leave that. You could bring your everything you know what what happened to precipitate your departure. Well just just. Purely the fact that i knew that he he had an end that he would now become involved in social and a half million. Just didn't want to work for that. You know. I didn't have to work for him. You know and also. Let's not forget. I was by that time in my early. Booties and i kind of thought you know what this is. This is young high russians. I am no longer opposed. I kind of grown answer bit. I could do something else better. And i could give everything to another to another type of business. Oppose the other thing that was happening of course during the rise of top jump was also the rise of other big fast fashion houses whether that be zara or you know h inam the other new giant global companies looking back now the companies. That took that as fast approach to fashion are now really being in the the really the kind of the focus of fashion's Climate crisis challenge. You know the all of the training that we've given to customers to buy things cheap by things often and then dispose of garments. How do you see that whole fast. Fashion sector now. Top shop included with the addition of players like a sauce and boohoo. People calling them. Ultra fast fashion. It seems to me that it's this part of the fashion industry. That's most problematic as we think about this. Ten years left before we can get these carbon emissions under control industry that contributes ten percent of global carbon emissions. What's what's your take on that. Now while i you know a lot of people that have accused me of having been one of the False fashion and then sort of turned around and said a watch. Now it's it's not the right thing to do. But i. I never set to to create disposable passion. I says create something that was accessible to you. Know the great things are accessible to a lot of people and it's been on a journey myself in over the last sort of. I guess ten years. When i began to start feeling that this was moving in that. This was wrong that you know that we were that the fashion had lost its value. If you like that would just literally buying things in throwing them away wearing wants to moving because it was so cheesy do that i began to feel seriously compromised by that and began to build that i that i should leave the business and five because i couldn't i couldn't Begging apartment of such an incredibly damaging industry which which we now know that it is and to buffet and we didn't really know not Templeton fifteen years or so prior to that we did pass. We didn't know what we didn't think about it. And i think. I think it's it's very difficult and i always seems to me is certainly in young false fashion that the the they the customer base it is soon of splitting and that you have only sort of what the numbers but but it feels like this little v fifty percents Who recognized that. Passion is a real problem and have moved to depop hamilton. To buy vintage charter shots. Recycling up cycling read cetera. And and yet. I'm still two percent who are still buried addicted to is seriously mean. That addicted took Having things immediately. I think it's very hard to say those people. You can't have that. I think what you have to do is offer some sort of bad but alternative is as exciting or is as as tempting or whatever the sort of the yes away from from from. What is that doing. Because i agree with you. I mean it almost feels like we're coming to an end. Endpoint what. I do take what i am. Encouraged by is the fact that if you nonsense question about ten years ago i would have said that. Eighty percent people was with selected fashion. Maybe ten fifteen twenty percent. We're actually starting to realize that there was a different pop that could travel

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"templeton" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"templeton" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Thank you Templeton Thompson Dot com, and again, thanks for always being on the show and for being part of our family for twenty five hundred episodes. Oh my God I love you guys thanks. Let's do a cokes. In September let's play one. Okay. You guys have a blessed day rightful seriously.

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Boston - Woman dies of injuries after tire smashes into windshield of her SUV on Route 2 in Fitchburg

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Woman dies of injuries after tire smashes into windshield of her SUV on Route 2 in Fitchburg

"Woman was killed when a a large large tire tire and and rim rim came came off off a a truck truck slamming slamming into into the the jeep jeep he he was was driving driving is is identified identified as as a a first first grade grade teacher teacher at at Hudson Hudson state state police police say say or or in in the the case case of of Templeton Templeton died died in in that that incident incident it it happened happened on on route route two two in in Fitchburg Fitchburg yesterday yesterday Hudson Hudson schools schools in in a a statement statement say say she she taught taught at at the the forest forest Avenue Avenue elementary elementary school school and and had had been been working working for for the the town town for for twelve twelve

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Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park

Curtis Sliwa

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park

"The New York City Human Rights Commission is investigating that controversial incidents Central Park earlier this week in which a white woman call the cops on a black man video taken by him shows Amy Cooper on the phone with their dogs saying she was being threatened that her life was being threatened the man says that is a bird watcher he'd simply asked her to put the dog on a leash there are signs up all over the place Cooper's since apologized surrendered her dog to an animal rescue and has been fired from her job as VP at Franklin Templeton

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Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park

Steve Harvey

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park

"Health you remember her the woman in the center of a dog confrontation in New York city's Central Park she's being fired from a job at investment firm Franklin Templeton Anne Cooper who is white was seen on video calling the NYPD and accusing a black man of threatening her and her dog after the man asked her to put a dog on a leash his recording myself and my daughter meantime the animal rescue group said Cooper voluntarily surrendered the dog in the video Cooper's employer said we do not tolerate racism of any

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"templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Answered and I mean like not coincidentally. I mean they have been freaking answered and mighty horror hike. There is more to this. There's more to this this world and and law at the universe that we we know and so current mccaren mantra is. I have faith in the grace of God and when I say God. I don't mean as a person I mean the as in I look at Goldensohn what is Nigeria Energy. Like the say the universe because the universe is almost a physical realm. Almost so it's like I have. I have faith in the grace of what is of this ultimate energy. Yeah that created all that it is. Yeah it's IT'S PRETTY. It's pretty insane man and it's funny. How like in there's times of Despair. It's like that's where your soul goes to go connect with the Creator by like there's gotta be something. I don't believe that we're just dancing without DNA that we just popped out a vision for millions. I mean it's it's up for debate like we could go into forever. Yeah well I think I don't think science disproves God I think ultimately it proves there is God because it's created and like it scientists like the elements and everything is brought into it and there's a chemistry to creation. I think it's so beautiful. This is definitely another your mind back share share that line and then we're going to wrap this up okay. I was just like it's not that profound but science proves what already is. Science doesn't COME UP WITH ANYTHING NEW. It's just it just allows scientists how humans understand what already is. Yeah yeah absolutely love this. I really appreciate jumping in. How can we find you online? John Templeton official. Okay so J. O. H. N. T. E. official. That's on instagram. Lincoln facebook youtube with It's under one one line. I love how how precise you're with spilling your name you know. I've had guests on here. And they're like thought spilling the name and they're stumbling. I'm like do you know how to spell your. I've been saying it for all my life but I for some reason I'm just tripping up on this it's happened like three or four times by love. It man awesome stuff so make sure you join. John has incredible content. Super Inspiring keeps you up today with everything transformational and inspirational around great guy. Odd John to rep interview up on all she this question here if you were to deliver your last thirty seconds speech to the world. What would that loss thirty second sound like? Whatever you do in life do it. From a place of wholeness and there's nothing wrong with I would say there's nothing wrong with going off to everything you want because when it comes from homeless homeless. It's always going to be good so you know you cannot be selfish and stuff An That when you come to that place of wholeness that. Olivia stresses will leave your worries. Go Away and that it is a very beautiful way to live and create and do this crazy thing would lock..

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"templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

14:41 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Brown and I'm here today with John Templeton who is a kick. Us mindset coach. He is a transformational speaker and leader out here in Australia. The land of Koalas and Kangaroos and sausage. We're good John. Sausage dog here cody. Who's featured he just constantly looking. He's such a lovable little doug and I'm excited for you guys to really absorb the knowledge. The wisdom the exercises. The actionable is that John has for you today. So John Welcome to the to US podcast. Yeah Yeah you. And I've been spending a little bit of time here together in quarantine in the Gold Coast of Australia. Obviously the world is in an interesting stay right now and what I really love about the way that you show up man is that you really care about your people you know when I see coaching. You don't give up. You see the way that you show up for them. See the way that you you go past the excuses that they're sharing and the the fears that they're projecting in the space. And you're like Yo. I'm not here to support your excuses. I'm here to support you in reaching a potential and I just love that about you as a coach. I think there are a lot of people. Say they coaches but this you're living it and you actually really are coach pound the back for that man and I just want to know what inspired you to step into this space. We can understand why you're a coach yet great question. I'm thank you for the kind words as well. So really what applied the scenario out in my head? I had six assists as an athlete and it wasn't fulfilling. It was that feeling of achievement and it wasn't long lived and so what happened after that. I was like well winters. The scene wins this cycle in. I was like I just looked for something that had more meaning and was more fulfilling and that was helping those and a lot of people do come into the coaching. Space looking to people come into the coaching space ultimately to coach themselves. Yes but I think the ones that really go the distance are the ones that have you know. They know who they are and they are in it for the right reasons and that is to to help to contribute. Yup I feel that man. I feel that and I see like it's an energy that you can't fake. You know it because it requires for you to show up each and every day which is what you do. So let's go into that conversation of energy because I know that you were saying recently that you feel like this is something that a lot of people finding to manage right now. They're like waiting. On circumstances to change are they are using the excuse of. I don't have enough time. Now is the time what you do have time right. If you're in isolation right now in the world now is the best time to create but like let's go into this conversation because energy is something that we all get to learn how to manage better for sure and I love the word innogy. It's got so many people perceive it differently. A lot of people say energy. And they'll think calories fuel energy and then you say energy to to like people who are more spiritual Moldovan theory world and it's the fabric of reality what the world is made up made up of and I truly believe that energy. The energy required in order to succeed is more ethereal more metaphysical physical. It's not necessarily about the food week that that really fuels us for the intensity required to to succeed right so if someone is in a place where chaos or the finances are just not in the place they would like it to be that they have dreams and they think about these dreams but they just don't have this like aligned energy or a line inspiration whether they thought what exercises would you share. If you were coaching someone right now. What would you share with them to be able to get to a great foundation and then we can build upon not yup? Okay so to answer this. You said a few minutes ago like energy doesn't lie. You can send someone's energy and I'm at the point now and I know a lot of people a lot more advanced than me. We can look at someone and we can notice. Are they high? You're low energy like are they carrying emotional baggage or that you can feel it and you can be like this person you know. This is a real plan. This person's got the heart in the right space. So energy doesn't lie and I want to make that clear. If we have time I would love to go into the way that actually everything in life is made of energy. And it's an it's not the other way round so if energy is good the physical world would be good. Got It co- so what would I say to anybody that was going through right now? There are probably people going through through chaos and I just want anybody. That's listening to watching to play the scenario out. It's like when you're going through. Kale's ultimately you're perceiving. This reality is being chaotic. Imagine if we went back in time to the eighteen hundreds. Let's be honest like right now. Compete eighteen hundreds L. Life is so much even with quarantine even with like a lack of money. Yeah for sure if we play the comparison game. It's the wait a minute. Los Actually pretty good so once. We realized that it is a perception that we've gone backwards or does a perception that we don't have much money or does a perception that we're not we want to be and then I would ask anybody. That's listening to watching to say how do you feel? How do you feel when you perceive stress when you perceive chaos and the answer is I feel I feel Shit? I feel I feel like I am unclear. I feel like it's my energy is being zapped and that's the truth that's truth. When we have chaotic stressful thoughts the perception of reality it weighs out it takes L L lot force energy. It takes product out of us so we we can't fight for the things that we value the most. So so how do we got out energy? How do we make sure it's not leaking out about in space? Yeah so this is something. I've struggled with a lot in my life because for a lot of my nose in military for a long time and competing in sports and it was always from a place of not feeling good enough and I know a lot of people Come from this space whether they know it or not and coming from that space is exerting energy from you. It's like your your. It's this resistance. You'll fighting against this feeling of not good enough and if you if you feel good enough that it's heavy and Sir to really get into a space where you can start to perceive the world differently. Remember this Al. Mind thinks equal to how we feel your feeling like we not good enough with feeling empty feeling like we haven't achieved goals. Al Consciousness is going to be equal to that so the sports we have are going to be so limited and so this. This is the drill and this is the exercise eiter of got into breath. Work a lot more recently. I've done with Dr Joe to spins with meditation. I've gone through all of his programs. Oh that's good. He at this stage of life is my like my hero. If I could have hero it would be him very authentic leader right. He's the new age of success. I believe do you know what I mean. He's not he's not anything of himself. He's very authentic right facade and talking about energy and alignment. He is so in alignment that man would have an abundance of Energy Janata. I know you understand if anyone listening. It's like when you when you don't have resistance inside of like who you need to be for other people who show has become free right and so this exercise I do. Which is I literally breathe into my heart and this is. This is known as like hot. Coherence AND GETTING THE MIND HOT IN SYNC. Amsoil breathe into my hop through my nose for about. I don't know like twenty something like that and whilst I'm doing that my entire focus is on my breath on my heart and what that allows the the body to do. The hearts magnetic field energy field is the largest in the body. It's the most powerful and if we if we focus on that and get insured with Al Mind will then start to be. Cooled them What's it called? Enshrinement Almond will start to vibrate sort of at the same frequency and become coherent without without and in that space. We know who we are at that stage. We know who we are at that stage and then the resistance disappears and that that is like the present moment that is a place of stillness and from there. There is no. Kyle's all the chaos is always a construct of the mind yup makes sense makes sense. I remember Tony Robinson. When we had him on set for the we rise up movie I heard him sharing with a few of us as a group of us there and he said like there was this time where those is so job that had become prisoner of war and they put him down inside this. It's kind of like under a great right and water. Would run through flushing there every day at a certain point and it would go all the way up close to the top and this guy would then like knowing how to lift. He's up just enough to just catch some breath and he knew how long would loss to be hours a sore and he said in those moments the thing that got him through those times was he'd imagined himself visualizing Annie's mind him going and playing however many hose of Gulf on a golf course with his best nights so he took his mind to that place and pretended like he was there but in reality he's body was following the mind. And you mentioned Doctor Spencer before an owner Jerry said on the podcast episode. We did with him and addicted to success here. He said that when your thoughts a more powerful than the emotion that's when you get to create change and usually the emotion charged and and lot of the time it can be coming from our wounds and it's the thing that keeps us away. It's like consciously we know we want great life consciously. We know what we should be doing that. We get to do but because the emotions are so strong in our body where reacting to things instead of responding and going that's interesting that's coming up for me right now but here's what I'm going to choose to do instead. You become a master of your own mind instead of a slave to it right so for you. What are your practices to be in a space? Where your scented where. You're more aware and where you're more present. Yeah so these things like anybody can do this short-term by you know. We talked to a turnaround. It's like what am I focusing on like? What am I folks? And that soldier and that story told he was focusing on this this beautiful place and he feeling equal to how we thought. And that's good short term you'll say mentioned wounding words. Don't just disappear like unfortunately fully. Anyway right yeah and not without work. I should say okay. They can they can. They can dissipate but not without work. And so I'm going to relate this how back to energy as well and motivation and so a word lists you know if anybody listening is trauma from the past and earn experience from the past that when it happens you your it. Russian nervous system in a not so good way so it could have been a fearful feeling. It could have been a painful. It could have been hurt. It could be a time when there was just huge amounts of guilt resentment. All of these things if you can think back to that same memory now and associated with those emotions. This is the son of India and those stories that are stored in your listening your head in your mind and your body those zapping energy from you. Those is acting energy from you because I asked the question. It's like when you frustrated. Is it like? Is it a good feeling or a bad feeling? It's just natural that you'd be like it's a bad feeling like it's it doesn't feel good guilt any of those negative emotions and then not good feelings. And it's like the flipside like what about happiness? Joy Abundance Lonnie great feelings. It's okay who could be more successful someone who had all of these negative feelings inside them on someone all of these positive feelings and it's pretty obvious like you'd be able to do so much more with these positive feelings you just feel light and feel free and so if we do not hail the words in the trauma and get and finish these stories. Then we're always going to be wasting energy to some degree on them Amen. And so we need to heal from if we want to be highly motivated. People we can. We can do the Tony Robbins. Approach of changes state of being by focusing on something different. But that's the same as somebody that drinks alcohol to escape the boring life or someone that takes drugs. It's a distraction from the pain whereas it's okay short term but we need to fix the pain long-term and but I talk about it. Like a bull unchain imagine like chop from zero to one hundred and fifty is in the middle and this is a child of energy and if we say energy is how much you can give. It's like well you want more energy so you can give more more successful if you've got trauma it's like having it's like having a white taught around angles and so you're sitting at sitting at fifty percent and say that fifty percent is in the middle and that represents water and you're trying to tread water and you've got to ball and chain on your leg like people are struggling so hard just to stay above water. Okay we're as we work on the winds we remove that born chain all of a sudden it becomes if it looks easy and light and we can start to. We can start to like go up on the chart from the middle up to one hundred percent high energy being removed ball and.

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"templeton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up with Franklin Templeton and like Mason the latest to cross the tape plus we'll take a look at Walmart disappointed with the results gets remaining resilient into the trading of the day right now let's head over to Greg Jerry to get some numbers on the trading of the day great stock still down these of apple said sales would miss forecasts that spooked investors would go for a limited economic impact from that the corona virus that originated in China treasuries up the dollar is stronger as well right now apple let's take a quick look at apple's down two and a quarter percent would you believe the Milken institute does Wilmer he does not see much of a fast recovery from the coronavirus effect on the markets when all of this is over the shape of side I had very doubts about we don't know the transmission mechanism I don't know the time profile of this new virus that the V. shaped assumption that most with financial markets of making I think it's way too optimistic given the lack of facts and the lack of transparency that's funny stories of have been having we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio SP five hundred down four tenths of a percent about thirteen dollars down six tenths of a percent at a hundred eighty in the vast extent two tenths of a percent of seventeen ten years up twelve thirty seconds the yield is one point five four percent West Texas intermediate crude is down three quarters of one percent fifty one sixty seven over with comics gold up one point one percent at sixteen oh three eighty per ounce the dollar yen as OR one nine eighty one the euro dollar eight twenty two and the British pound about thirty thirty five that's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues now with Lisa and Paul thank.

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"templeton" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on WTOP

"On news that Franklin Templeton we'll buy it for four and a half billion dollars that'll create a mutual fund manager giant with one point five trillion dollars investor money under management leg Mason traces its roots back to eighteen ninety nine as a predecessor company selling stocks of the Baltimore stock exchange two big Dow stocks are weighing on the markets this morning Walmart is down after holiday sales missed estimates apple is down after saying fallout from the corona virus in China will mean it Mrs sales targets this quarter apple accounts for about seven and a half percent of the Dow's movement Walmart is two point eight percent opening bell in four minutes and our futures are down one hundred fifty points just label WTOP news straight ahead after traffic and weather tomorrow night's democratic candidates debate in Las Vegas will feature a new face it's nine twenty six hi I'm owner a new look home design vacations are pretty low when it comes to contractors think about someone comes out to your house to give me a refund they walk around the house and they say imagine if you went to the grocery store and the cashier looked at your carton said about a hundred Bucks I mean I like the beat the scanning process it feels accurate and new look we do it right we use state of the art software to build a detailed estimate outlining every major point of the roof and provide you with a full measure report so just like at the grocery store you see exactly what you're paying for and our goal is always to do it for less so this week save fifty percent on all roofing materials they get no payments no interest until twenty twenty one.

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"templeton" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

Money Making Money Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

"We didn't go see the return we wanted but with my investors down my dad invest in one and. That's another way I like help provide for my parents. Give them ability to invest in deals. So like tomorrow my dad will. He gave me twelve a little deal. And we're making like fifteen so he'll make seven and two minutes to do that for your parents to school but short. I bought another house. Because if I say I'm GONNA bind them and by unfortunately by a lot of home. They don't want put. I bought this fucking dumb but from a big dude so I didn't WanNa fuck some damn. I walked in in Long story short it after a long process of trying to sell it. I Lost Nine Gram and my dad had put his money into that. He got all his money back and I took nine grand loss right. Probably GonNa have to do though fucking one hundred and city right now but my dad's loses money. I'm not letting that happen right. And I'm in financial position where if I need to all absorb that loss and am I invested will be made whole and that's why I have a line of investors waiting. Give me money because there's no sure thing. I'm sure there's a situations that could arise where I couldn't cover everything but I've never even been close to anything like that and I remember because you hit your on your price and you know certain certain things market. Yeah I'm pretty. I'm pretty good at it. So the property intensity and just possible solutions right can't can't do lease options or anything like that? I have hard money on it. Pretty pretty expensive hard money on it. Fifty five plus community. And you can't rent so like I can't really take it down and put a renter in there I I kid had mentioned that in any fifty five plus community. There's always a ten percent. Ten percent of of the can live in their living there. Yeah and so then that allows for people that are under fifty five. Looks like I'm moving to sense. That probably just lose the five grand. Whatever I'M GONNA lose and I mean I look at it. Yeah like you know if I close if I close this your I want. Instead of ninety eight deals I wanted to sixty five wholesales and I want to do thirty flips. Which was about last year was I was going to try to do one hundred minutes way to not that. I couldn't do it but like I'm not willing to put in the risk time it required right because to be honest with yourself so thirty and then t group everything like that is exactly what I need. Didn't which is quite a bit of money and I'm happy so but when you look at that you know let's just say ten percent say three ideals don't hit what they needed to or even lose the other twenty seven you know. Your net net is solid so I once had a mentor. Tell me because I thought it was like the beast listing agent. I was like I never lost his listing. And he's like because you don't go on enough if you start going on more stuff. You're not going to get everyone. I mean so whenever there's a vessel. I've never lost my doing sheet. Because you know people lose like they. It's it's how you act in the. It's how you handle those situations in the way you treat people that Decided to invest with you. That shows you true characterize your reaction to and then the sending your deals like. There's a lot exactly a great way for people to track whether I moved on and make money or not but like my heart my integrity. Like if you know who I am like. You're getting paid. I got a guy. Send me a physio picture. Once he completely forgot about it I moved on for twenty Granta calm like fifteen days later I was like. Hey Man I got ten grand for you. And he's like what and I was like. Yeah move that deal on. All he did was send me a picture of Eichel debated the lead I called. I did everything but that is that's the commitment. I've made to myself like I could have easily not told him. Yeah or been like four grand. Here's to you know but like I feel like when you do that. The world knows God no arms Karmanos and Jamile taught me that like I. I already operated that way. But he told me that like you know when you when you put that energy into you it. It's in you right so if my energy is too short change you guys and to lie and be deceitful. Then that starts to become who I am. Yeah and that's just not something I'm willing to be so yeah and like you got to think about it. That person gave me the opportunity to go make ten thousand dollars like I should be saying. Thank you to them being so proud to give him that check. Talking human beings are all like well. Let me get sixteen. Just yeah and it's the mindset right. That's the whole thing it's the my and here's the thing next time they'll send it over to. That's why so many people like always send me their stuff which I'm so grateful for and that's how I've created a nice business and you know I don't need to go to these commercials or anything like that and I know every month I can go do six eight ten deals and embiid just fine and I have faith in that. So that's come from treating people. Well yeah absolutely all right. Well on that will We'll wrap it up. I appreciate you guys media So Tempe Walker on at ten p Walker on Instagram Templeton walk around facebook and Soon no that's just the to just just for there's so much like take toxin exiting out like maybe I get left in the dust by assets or pay me now ain't gonNA matter. I don't need to talk nothing so long as I'm getting twenty five. Yeah Yeah Great Fun when you start to feel like obligated to it like it's kind of that's why like put restrictions. Sometimes I'm like in and I'm like so sorry I got rolling minute. I'm like so like starts to control you and I hate. I don't want anything to control me. Other than God's so it's like my wife I love her. I don't want to play. I do do what she says because typically she's like she's right. I'd be dead without her she. She keeps me in line anyway. This is like I could talk to you. Joe Rogan our also. Got An appointment right now but I appreciate your time. Yeah coup and Mahala Follow Nice. Awesome good episode..

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"templeton" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

Money Making Money Podcast

14:55 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

"Have the COPS have a beautiful product and have a house that can't sell? Yeah and I'm like Yo it's Lookin dope like by. It was right next to that giant wall so like the sound like you're not a scientist but he like jumped over. My House is pretty quiet and I couldn't sell it on. Just be sitting there I won. I'm like flipping homes. Right can wine in Sun City. Rhino Bro is not selling every signed says point. This should sell and it's not this month so you know anyway. I don't. I'm closing on one on Thursday. That's a little bit closer freeway but it's on it and I have it nice as the one that told you where they're like temp have you make less. We just went out some not gonna even wholesale that one. Because I think it's going to be really great flip But I don't directly on the freeway anymore. Yeah scared US but Are are are not directly on the freeway but it is really backed it up yeah space. Yeah it's ten P into it's near so dollar amount and then know like worse thing is Oh shit I forgot. I'm supposed to be somewhere at twelve thirty. Let me tell him. I'm not going to be. That just reminded only got sorry. Going to walk of property nine booking breweries so when when I first started so when I first started in real estate so we have the same kind of business model as you We we give the sellers. Everything obviously a licensed real estate agent so as mark and When I first started wholesaling I knew that a lot of investors out there were doing the one the justice for their for their for their customers right. They weren't right so one of the first investors that I worked with was a direct mail. All they did was direct mail. That was it it was prior to the RBI and the text blasts and all that stuff so What had what happened was is that they would send out. You know ten thousand dollars worth of direct mail thirty thousand fliers or something like that They would get phone calls back and through those phone calls and granite. The investors were one of them was a licensed real city. Right and I I would see that. From Ninety five percent of those calls. Those people wanted to sell their home retail at retail. I would bring this to their investors and was like. Hey this is a listing. Do you want this and they were like no? Can we refer it out? No okay. Well so why. Why are we not? Why are we not where we're looking for them without one percent so that we can convert that wholesale deal and I'm like well wait a second the mindsets outrage right and so just that's how when I started off and so when I realized that I was like okay? Well I needed partnership obviously I. I don't have my license yet. I needed to partner up with somebody. And that's how we created the same business that you have. I love. I've earlier this year or not them three months ago. Buddy Blake. He's an awesome dude. We tried to create somewhat of a partnership. Because I'm never going to be the guy that goes builds out like polio system and texting system. Mike I'm just like my brain doesn't work that way Some like look. I have this model that feeds US really well at zero cost. If I'd take some of that revenue and go put it into here and support you financially and we can go grow this and we can create revenue there eventually. That's going to supersede what I'm doing because at the end of the day in three years I'm Gonna I hopefully. I'm not still saying. Hey Send me your deals. Hopefully I I mean it's a great model but it's not scalable it's highly profitable but it's not scalable what. I'm currently doing So that's what I thought but you know I mean blaker dear friends but just partnership is hard right and it's like especially for me and he anymore grown this thing that is highly highly profitable so for me to give up half of it to join or grow anything else. It's like Kinda doesn't hensel. Have you read the Book Rocket Fuel? I have you have so I have. And that's visionary integrator and I forgot the other two but I know I'm a visionary exactly exactly so right and similar visionary integrator and then I forgot what the other two were but I'm going to read it again right because there are components right and that's that's the whole thing if it doesn't Mesh right right it just doesn't Mesh so for me like we're always evolving right so like I like I. I'm trying to do less deals this year and have a higher focus on different things in my life but one of which his Buying Large apartment complex using commercial building. So really educating myself and becoming extremely Extremely good at underwriting. Those type deals and sometimes that's like my next thing and what. I'm learning in the multifamily commercial space. It's not a solo. Man Job requires partnership. You got to have an underwriter. You've gotTa have a fundraiser. You GotTa have an operator like one guy can't go through it all And I always wanted these partnerships into like create a team. Because I grew up playing sports and I love leading But when things don't start I know this about myself when things don't start going well. My natural reaction is to be like give me the ball. And fuck out the way and I'm gonNA solve this And I mean that's probably just something I'm GonNa have to really develop and work on as I entered this next phase because I can't do it alone on exactly Lamar Jackson. Yes De Ball. I'll take care of it. Get on my back. I'll carry. It's it's not a very efficient way to do things. Yeah so I know. We're each trying to get better every day. And that's something I definitely got. You took a major step already in realizing like can't do this by myself. I need to do this with partners. And now you have to just find the right people right because some people they never even Are Aware enough to understand that they need it and then you can't teach someone that doesn't want to be taught so for me. I think I've done a pretty good job of being self aware and and trying to enough to say all right. I don't have all the answers quite frankly I have like no answer so I need to I need to seek those out and and find those that can compliment. What I do and that are doing better than me so I can learn from them. So what is that? How you getting like I mean under right more I mean duplexes. Small apartment complexes to underwrite those. I mean that's pretty. That's a pretty big step. I mean are you doing to yourself just by reading or you going to somebody to mentor you for that. So I've learned that I have different real estate coaches. I've invested in different programs. There's Michel Blanc Tim. Brats some different guys who can give you an. I'm not like a spreadsheet was like I know like a dollar ten but I can't write like figure out like an Algebra problem So that's a struggle for me. I'm more of like a hunter killer like go find deals guy but you need to be proficient at that. To at least get the deal has legs. And then you can speak to it to the broker and these commercial brokers They're a little bit more astute than our standard realtor and they expect that out of you. So cancer answer question I- underwrite myself and then I have another buddy who he's one of the best business minds I've ever met. And he works in another job on the side. He helps me underwrite and potentially in these deals. So what we've learned in a and so we buy small to eight. Multifamily is right and then we're trying to get into that jump as well to get larger multi families and luckily of ran into a developer developers. Actually given me insight in regards to overall cost right so and and the funny thing is is that it is going to make you more money like the the the standard statement that he says. Is it going to make more money to build a new one or can? Is it going to make more money? The way that it's already set up if you look at it from that point of view then all of a sudden it everything kind of falls into line and like that. I want to chat with you about the development piece because That's obviously a dream of mine. A goal of mine but what I unfortunately haven't got into the nuts and bolts of all the cost. And you know when you underwrite something. I'm putting in a bill cost there but I'm quite frankly I'm guessing I don't know this much. You know this one guy said this one guy. So you're here like all right and then it's a different different mindset as well right so do a flip a contractor and the contractor understands. Okay this is the price of cost of whatever home depot is when you have a developer. They're getting their money. They're getting their their materials for something else. That cost is completely different and buy bulk distance and time. All of those things who have a different. Yeah and I think that's just like I did my first real estate deal. I didn't know what the hell do doing. I did my first wholesale do. I didn't know how doing I live by doing you. If you don't take action you know this is a this is a Progress is a is a messy job Because those who do it perfectly clean aren't making much progress in my opinion so Yeah you gotta you gotTa just take calculated risks. I'm saying head your beds and make sure you're trying to make really good decisions but at the end of the day you need to make them and take action right and even on so one of the I heard on another podcast right. Some guy he got into his first deal was one hundred unit project right but from one hundred unit project he only ended up making five percent doesn't now the whole thing is that he didn't lose any money right. He ended up making five percent but he got the knowledge and the contacts to make that deal happen when that so the money is irrelevant because at that point now he understands what it takes to get that next deal and the next deal will be. Now it's a lifetime as either you know on every deal you earn you learn right. That's stupid Sun City deal and to learn I don't know what I'm GonNA learn from it. 'cause THE FEMALES. Baltimore the first wholesale deal that I helped with you guys on like you'd soon as we got it locked up. The first thing I said was this is a great learning experience because I was not happy with some of the end result right. No it's perfect like I'm weird like when I go through hard things I tried to really savor those moments and feel it and be within it and be like all right. This is life. Life has these moments of fucking stress and panic. And when you really embrace that almost appreciate those moments then when you go have the really sweet moments there that much sweeter so. I don't I kind of weird on that sort of stuff. That's I get angry and pissed off and I break shit. I've got a workout as we know. Come on man to man see. I just Kinda like I'm weird. I'm Kinda like damn like I don't like the pain but I'm just like I can appreciate it in the back of your mind..

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"templeton" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

Money Making Money Podcast

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on Money Making Money Podcast

"Albert say George applicant and my special guest Templeton Walker sub. Guys thank you for having me. So yes so funny thing. I listened to the PODCAST. You'RE ON WITH STEVE. Training and I got a little nugget on there. And you're like Gosh you said it so perfect and I had it written down. I forgot it so It says the greatest thing that you could give somebody. Who's your time? Yeah right so we really appreciate you being on here and appreciate any knowledge or any that you can give us absolutely absolutely so I appreciate you guys having me. That is one thing I've been super conscious of you know being married. I got three kids got a lot of people pulling at me so who I spend my time with kind of like the greatest gift I can give them because it really is the greatest gift I can give them so I don't say yes to everything and this was definitely something I wanted to do so I appreciate your thank you for being human. So you're Real Senate. You start off your. We always start at the beginning of your career. How you started what you've got going. And then what kind of gave you that little. Arkwright to get you. Get that motivation going. So you start off as a real city real estate agent at five six years ago and Honesty like I'm from a small town and I was kind of like the guy and then had all this potential and so many I was the dude and then you get into kind of like a big fish in a small pond. Then you out in the ocean. You're like Oh shit. I'm a little fish like this is this is not. I think a lot of people were kind of waiting for like ten. What are you GonNa do like you have? You've had all these gifts and I was like twenty four twenty five and I'd sold pretty much everything you could possibly sell and Kinda done okay but had never really done well and I was selling this multilevel marketing bill. This is a weird timing and I call my aunt. Who's a realtor in presque real successful analysis? I gotTa buy this pills. It's GonNa Change Your Body and she's like she's like your pay for real estate school. Will you go and pay me back on your first deal but you gotta buy the pill. I need this two hundred real quick limitless. I wish so anyway. Fast forward like my second month so I just got loud about it. I was just like I always teach my realtors now. And anyone who who asked advice like this could be just changed the word for Realtor to investor. But I'm a realtor. I'm excited about it and I WANNA help you if that's your energy and that's your message. Everyone and you tell every person you could possibly meet. You'RE GONNA go do well so my second or third month friends family just stars last like four housing. I made like seventeen grand and had never made I was like Oh my God and I just took to it right and this is the first time I started having A lot of success since I played sports and I'm competitive right and then I started to learn what other people doing. Well I could do that like I'm GonNa do a better. You know what I mean. And so that that sparked my drive fast four so I really took to it quickly and within about two years I've selling quite a bit and I started templeton group and then so t groups rolling. Yeah how long has been in existence? So I've been a realtor for six years and t group was like end of year two. I was on a team and I clearly remember the team leader saying like I want to sell hundred because was top sales person on the team and I was like Louis like Hustler and I'll say I want to sell hundred homes next year. And she's like well. Why don't you sell fifty two and I'm like no you're hearing me? She's like well. That's great because I only saw maybe forty two that you're something which is really good for real really good and I'm like no I'm gonNA sell hundred and she kept like that was like the writing on the wall. It was like yeah. I'm not kidding. Curse on this book is GonNa do on my own like I. If you're going to limit my dreams then we have an issue like this is not the right place for me. And the next year I sold hundred twenty homes through team in leverage and wow started growing so that was awesome and that but you know you're always evolving and I realized I was really good at finding deals but I didn't understand what I was doing. I was sent you bird dogging for people and I was making half a point or whatever and then I found out people were making like twenty grand forty grand. I was like wait. What twenty five hundred dollars? The only takes a couple of times to learn. Like oh I wanna be on the other side of this and then it really only takes a couple times of meeting people where you're like. Oh these are like not the sharpest tools in the shed. They're just like it is on like it can do this. And then so I started Started wholesaling in conjunction with traditional real estate. And then I really started to see the revenue of that just far surpass traditional realtors and traditional real estate is. It's one of those things like if you're solo you can make real good money but once you get to this certain team level. These team leaders ran in. I've I've been one of them. You make all this you make so many sales you know but you don't actually make much money because it costs money. It takes all this but you're standing on stage and everyone's telling you you're amazing and inside your lied. I'm broke so if I wasn't wholesaling and flipping my revenue would not be anywhere near it is but what has allowed me to do is so. I I realized quickly. All right I can go make and I have a few business coaches. And they're like really breaking my business and they're like dude. You're spending eighty percent of your time to go earn twenty percent of your revenue and that's what was so. It was at a point where you either need to go away or I needed to leverage it out and Shana who started as an agent with me just an incredible incredible person hardest worker. I know She just kind of naturally grew to the opportunity of leading that team so I gave her a revenue share and said go run it you know and it was either going to go away. Going to thrive but that was going to be on her. And I'M GONNA keep being templeton in bringing this way business but I'm not necessarily going to sell much. Trishul real estate at all and last year we sold over forty million dollars real estate. So wow and I spend a few personal clients here and there but really. Sean helps on most of that and we meet on Tuesday mornings. We met this morning for half hour. That's about it for forty million dollars producing over on lazy. Kpi's AP is what's our revenue in. What's our expenses? What's our projections What does she need help with. I've also given opportunities where she flips homes with me so she raises. She raises the capital but then she really wants to learn that space. So anyone in my world. I try to give them multiple avenues to go create revenue too often. The Guy on top or the gallon top. They want everyone to make their wage and fall in line for me. It's like all right if I can go eat on twenty different trees. Come with me and let me show you. How do this of because if I'm bringing value to your world and you're going to making six figures multiple six figures like why would you ever leave me right? You know what I mean and I still have people leave my world but I'm like the guy was like Gimme a hug. Like who can I call it to reference I? I'm just life's too short to ever be upset. So and it's and it's one of those things always circle back around right. You know what I mean. They have to go on their journey and then from there usually. There's always some of contact or some sort of assistance later on down the road and they've they've exactly holders and for me most of my Wholesale Business is predicated on relationships and referrals so I have so many connections outside of my team that bring me business like. Why would I ever burn a bridge because you left my team when we can continue to do business together so That's been big and then becoming a wholesaler. I really found out that I needed to kind of create. So t group right. That's a nice profitable company. I don't make a tremendous amount of money from it but what it does allow me to do is be a cost center for all my other businesses. My assistant runs through that company by rent. Rent's for that company. Sean is making override on every deal so a very important person in my life is making really good money from that company and granted. I still make money but it doesn't need to make a lot but what it is foundation that like. It's like a cost center for all my other companies so when I go wholesale. I don't have an assistant on that company. I don't have rent on that company I mean and I don't even mark on that company so I I. It's almost all prophet. So I I learned that these these companies can be vertically integrated and be highly profitable as you get higher up that chain and so then also with the T it also When you're actually wholesaling it gives you some sort of A base rate like you are actual real estate company legitimacy looking for Super Helpful and and for me I struggle with wholesaling for awhile because like I honestly felt like I was deceiving people or it just felt like messy to me because like how this feels like these aren't contractors or you know and I think we all have a little bit of that inside of us if we're really being true and like my moral filter. I believe I'm GonNa meet the big guy upstairs someday and he's GonNa be like Yo why'd you so? I learned very quickly. Look I'm GONNA stick out like a sore thumb in a good way. I'm going to tell the truth. I'm going to give these sellers every option. I'm not going to go in there. And make them feel as if this is their only option and the home is not worth what it's worth so I have a different approach. I'm a licensed realtor which requires me to disclose I look at that as a gift. Because I'm like look Mr Mr Seller. You have multiple options and all. I'm going to do is tell you what are and let you make a decision. So let's just look at what those are. Let's walk the property build rapport great. Now I'm your friend at this point You know sometimes people we're so deep into conversation they're like. Are you going by the house? Oh Yeah let's talk about what I do is just like hey. If this property was fixed up and I think we both agree that need seventy five grand if it was fixed up. It's worth three hundred all day. And if you had commissions and everything you'd walk with this from our conversations understand that's probably not a reality but I need you to know that. That's an option. Here's our other option. I can put it on the market as is you're GonNa have traditional buyers through your commission's you're gonNA prepares. You can have all that stuff and you know this. But it's going to look like this experience your other option is. I could bring in cash offer to you and I'm going to buy it personally but you gotta understand..

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"templeton" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"And indirect plug my listeners. Thank you so much Laura Templeton and you know just really you know you're you have so much. We have so much bandwidth and sometimes you know that that development of self has to be a key part of our growth. It really does and I think that's where that whole idea. You know the whole. The idea of you know understanding who you are really comes in. I joke all the time every time I turn around. Somebody says to me. What are you doing now. Because you know in life we get some re. We get to reinvent ourselves over and over absolutely think about it in like most of us. I get to be my age. I'm thirty nine again. We're just GONNA put that out there. Okay and I'm approaching forty eight so we're we're still talking the same language here regardless of editor for nine again right. I stopped at thirty nine about you know several years ago aw now I say that in all honesty I say that in honor of my mother-in-law was thirty nine for the thirty nine the time on her last birthday so we we just look around here about age. yeah but you know being a fifty five. I'm a grand mom you know and what I'm doing. Today has nothing to do you with what I went to school for right and you know a lot of people feel like you have to stay in that lane. You paid for that education. You have to stay in lane. That's what you're going to do for the rest of your life. When you make a decision I I'm walking talking breathing. ooh testimony in the fact that you can reinvent yourself because we change in your life. Life changes we change life changes us and there's so much opportunity out there for us to just develop things that really feed our souls and help other people in the same sense Bingo Bingo while you said you said something else or you're you're I I. I love the way that we're dialoguing here because we are truly speaking the same language and I know this is resonating with the listening audience and again eventually the podcast subscribers but it's true what you put your attention on grows stronger so to the degree that you are completely invested to the degree that you wholeheartedly believe in yourself and your vision even if nobody else can see what you see for yourself that again. I think separates the categories of the people who have dreams but don't take actionable steps or they don't don't do. They're not disciplined in the fact that you know you've got to hone and harness all these things and it's going to be a lot of trials and tribulations is going to be a lot of things where you go okay. They wish I had thought of that incorporated that but you know what it's never too late to go back to the drawing board so rather than getting self defeatist rather than thinking that you know it's time to throw in the towel all which a lot of people do which is why a lot of startups don't really make it beyond the first five years of business and so when when you do you preface Brian Tracy to in the beginning of the show at at the top of the hour and I too have had him on the show and I think anybody who's in sales anybody who's about connecting connecting genuine authentic connections. The people who are epic and legendary like Brian Tracy are the people who are for us the role models. They're the leaders served the epic iconic people that we learn from and the people who are still in business today who we are students of we will never quit. That's first I fundamental rule. Never quit find a new way to as you said reinvent yourself and it doesn't have to be birthed out of a crisis and it's never too late again for the demographic demographic of people who are tuning into the show you know you can reinvent yourself every five minutes if necessary because if you are committed to the work and you are committed to rapid pid fierce growth and development you're not going to be who you were necessarily ten minutes ago because we're always getting additional clarity and we're always ticking additional risks and we're always meeting you know like minded people who reconfigure or bring a certain element to our mindsets or our way of thinking the Laura perspectives where it's like okay now. We've crossed over now. We're leveling up and you've got to be coach and so for what you do Laura and again going back to the fact that we live in such a busy busy time. You know people are overextended. People are oftentimes working more than one job. people are Entrepreneur Entrepreneur. It's not there's no clocking in. There's no clocking out. There's no taking days off you. Just make things work around your other additional priorities so the fact that your your business is what it is and it's really catering for your client to the market about how distinctly present yourself herself in such a way where it makes sense it self explanatory and people don't have to second guess okay so who are you. Where are you about again so again. I really commend you on what you've done to get yourself to this point and for the difference in the impact and the value that you're making on your clients and just people abroad in terms of getting on the stage speaking in interfacing and networking connecting That's what it's all about so again. Kudos to you Laura thank you. I appreciate that and you know it's one the things that you you touched on there. which I think is really important is Stanko Chapel and as it's really we not just being coached by others but you know that that the willingness to learn what's GonNa? What's GonNa make me better today than I was yesterday Saturday. What's what's an area of prevent. N I think sometimes to to we around ourselves we yes. We're not just. I talk about all the time. 'cause I hang out with really really cool people. You know 'cause I read. Everybody's books right so personal pipe read their books get. I got all excited because I did a a Edberg won a couple of his books and I always wind up doing a quick. You know hey here's what I thought of the book and give them a big shot at on twitter so then of course in Bob my my personal friend because he called me friend on twitter lovely when these people are molding our minds you know yeah these these amazing people that became their gifted talented. They're positive they're encouraging their molding our minds to help us overcome all the crap wrap that has has blocked us from reaching our greatness for all these years you know all those stats and everything else that we constantly have to battle against every single day. They didn't the other thing that you know that I learned very early on and I have to give credit to a number of the women that I've met over the years. There's is who you know who are your accountability partners. You know enacting with a cool group of people that hold you accountable and and just kind of call you out on your crap when you need to be called out in the London borough right in there like you've given them permission permission to Paul you out so you better be willing to take it absolutely an accountability group mastermind or yeah whatever you WANNA call it. It's that cool river people that are willing to stand up for you. Stand beside you and push you harder than you're willing to to push yourself jerry. Really it makes a huge difference. When you have this go to people that you can call and say you know what I'm struggling with this. I need you to you unholy accountable and do it. You know it's one of those things I I'm finishing up my book right now so actually Salihi writing my book and I'm at the third edit and like okay. It's gotta be so hard. We're on the third third it. She's like all right now. You need to give it to you. You need to stop. You need to an honest said well. I think I know what I kind of figured out what my fear was of putting the whole putting it out there and what if nobody buys it all by it. I'm like okay fine. Hey isolated Let's talk a little bit about your book because you know people who are going to be tuning into this show. They're gonNA WANNA know more about you and knowing that there's something upcoming additional additional to reaching out for you for perhaps in initial consultation or knowing where to fall you on social media or wanting to collaborate with you. Perhaps on some type of project project They're going to be curious to know to the degree that you don't want to give too much away but you wanna give enough so it entices people to stay connected. What would what is the book that you want to share with US Laura yes so my book is actually called thirty seconds success. It is about crafting your message. Were unique message that really really connect with your audience. Might my tagline is is pretty much spells it out. It's called ditch the pitch start connect love that less so it's it's been a work in progress for a while. I kept saying I was GONNA write a book and I started with a workbook so me now. It's like okay. I really really need to write the book book so finally just Kinda getting down into the nitty gritty breaking down the formula of crafting your message but but then going into the deeper issues of how are you connecting people. How do you want my show up. What are you delivering remembering that. It's really about them and just really helping people understand house had a stop overcomplicating networking how Oughta just really fit and make it simple and negative conversation and it's really really not that hard and it's so such such a gift when you learn to make the shins with people on just a truly understand that what you have to offer is done a blast last so many people that you need to be putting yourself out there and once you have that message and once you understand. There's a very simple formula behind it. Ah Your competence will go through. It's just I had one sir. Go ahead. No you go ahead at just one quick story that I referenced in the book. Is there was a woman that I used his network. Within every time it would come time to thirty second commercials she would literally you go and hide in the ladies room and not come back out until we were all done in commercials so for almost the whole entire year she did did not do her thirty second message and then finally we sat down had coffee. I'm like okay. I'm going to help you through this because you don't understand. I am petrified of public speaking like what you're showing up. Yes showing up something in your heart. That's telling you that you need to be here so let's just work on a small message the each be comfortable with while the first time she delivered that message. I don't think there was there was a dry in the room. Wow because because they knew how hard she struggled to do it and everybody clapped and it just it was a turning point for her so that was that's one of these stories that I hold wants to win. When things get tough and when you're in business things do get tough. Oh yes and the thing is too. They even get tougher and tougher offer because once you've established a certain level of success it's not enough to just know within yourself and have proven to yourself into other people call them peers colleagues colleagues clients whatnot that you you know you were able to aspire to get to that particular level sustaining it maintaining it as a totally different ballgame the game particularly if you're introducing new products new services if you're opening up you know you're opening up the space in which to invite people to join you if you're getting being more creative with how to take your message or how to reconfigure a re pocket your message or you've got a totally different new direction you're going in under the umbrella of being serious solo lure and it's not just one aspect of business but now you've got perhaps multitude and you're trying to do that. Juggling Act so it's you know there's no end or expiry expiry date or cap when it comes to growth and development so it's not about just doing what you do well and there's nothing wrong with that and there's no judgment but people who embark upon the world of of becoming entrepreneurial it's because they're itching all the time they're burning yearning with desires of ideas and creativity and things are always always simultaneously coming to them and there's never enough hours of the day in which to embark upon different things that speak to you or re clarify what your purposes pisses and what more you can do in terms of reaching the masses so it's yeah there's no. There's no room for getting too comfortable or complacent complacent because it's always about evolution is in what you've already done right. I it's just keep building building building building scaling scaling scaling leveraging leveraging leveraging leveraging and and when you love what you do and people can connect with you and.

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"templeton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Templeton but the rhythm method but if I can get away with that I would be surprised so I'm gonna say that's not really it is it's it's a university here's one Sophie's voice not right now no not real one last one rhythm and Jews that I hope that it is university of Chicago represents it is as delightful to talk to you is always imagined it would be and we have asked you to play a game that we're calling pitching perfectly as we have discussed you start in the pitch perfect movie so we thought we talk to you about pitching perfectly specifically a no hitter thrown by Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher dock Ellis back in nineteen seventy one out of three questions about doc Ellis's no no as they called in the game and you win a prize one of our listeners the voice of their choice on their voice mail bill who was Anna Kendrick playing for gender free of Minneapolis Minnesota here's the first question dock Ellis walk eight batters that day he hit one but it still did not give up a hit in a nine inning complete game but what made his no hitter so unique in the annals of baseball was it a a right handed pitcher he threw this one with his left hand quote just for kicks be because of the walks we actually lost the game one zero or see he was high on LSD the whole time I mean I wish it would be but I guess all he can you can you hear the shouts of all the middle aged man listening to radio the radio right now can use because they're all saying it was see yes this is one of the famous game dock Ellis pitched a no hitter on LSD you still have two more chances here so there's still a chance as you can imagine pitching in a major league game while tripping on LSD has its challenges hello said the during the game had to pitch around which of these problems a believing the catcher was Richard Nixon B. not being able to either feel or see either of his arms for C. constantly resisting the urge to take a bite of the ball which smelled like a hamburger.

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"templeton" Discussed on Value Investing Podcast

Value Investing Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"templeton" Discussed on Value Investing Podcast

"That's what John Templeton said so when it comes to quality people basically know what <hes> what these companies are right. If you look around around there are a lot of good companies in the U._S.. Market and so on but as I mentioned it's not easy to find good quality companies that are selling it deep discount and that's just the current situation but what John Appleton is saying here is searched search for bargains among qualities us. Let's move onto the next one by value. Not Market Trends or economic outlook. He said a wise investor knows that the stock the market is really a market of stocks while individual stocks may be pulled a more momentarily by a strong bull market ultimately it is the individual stocks that determined the market not vice versa south all too many investors focus on the market trend economic outlook but individual stocks can rise in a bear market and full in a bull market so I think this is important point and I think this is also a little bit obvious because if you look at the bull market or bear market individual stocks tend to move together with the market to certain extent but not necessarily so in the same direction in some cases this interview if you pick the right winners than individuals stocks could actually rise during bear market and vice versa okay so I think that's enough aban rule number six. Let's move onto rule number burdened seven diversify in stocks and bonds as much else. There's safety in numbers so I think this is where John Templeton Is Different from Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger because Warren Buffet then Charlie Munger Day think that diversification may not be necessary if you know a lot about the company and if your stay within your circle of confidence if the odds are stacked in favor of you then you definitely need me to concentrate your portfolio I think that's the investment strategies that at least Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett are implementing but here John Templeton said diversify he said no matter how careful you are you can neither your predate nor control future a hurricane earthquake a strike at a supplier and unexpected technology advanced by a competitor government order product recall any one of these can cost a company many millions of dollars then to why Luke like such a well managed company may turn out to have a serious internal problems. That weren't apparent when you bought the stock so you diversify. It by industry by risk and by country for example if you search wordwide you'll find more bargains and possibly better bargains than in any single nation. I just read what Gionta Coulton said. I think that this is good advice and there's always like find balance. Between how much of vacation you need versus concentration you need because if you diversify too much then you basically become the market and if you you concentrate too much then you're idiosyncratic risk is going to go up within your portfolio so there's always find balance between diversification and concentration and there's a lot of discussions on this point. I personally think that <hes> if I have more than seven individual stocks across different industries and across different countries then I think debt probably good enough for diversification and if it's more than fifteen stocks than you cannot really understand all the things with respect to those fifteen companies so I would say that from seven stocks to fifteen stocks. That's about the range that I would recommend recommend <hes> at least that's what I do for my own portfolio okay so we talked about seven rules today by John Templeton so let.

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Marcelo Gleiser Wins Templeton Prize For Quest To Confront 'Mystery Of Who We Are'

Dennis Prager

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Marcelo Gleiser Wins Templeton Prize For Quest To Confront 'Mystery Of Who We Are'

"The annual Templeton prize which recognizes outstanding contributions to quote, affirming. Life's spiritual dimension unquote was awarded today today. Wow. Today to Brazilian Marcelo. A theoretical physicist. My field theoretical physics. The the reason it's by feel is that I I know physics, theoretically, I don't know any physics or theoretical physics. But theoretically, I know it if you radical physicists dedicated to demonstrating, science and religion are not enemies. He's a physics chemistry. Professor who's specializations include cosmology, sixty year old glacier was born in Rio de Janeiro has been in the United States nineteen eighty six. Ooh, that's a long time and agnostic. He does not believe in God. But refuses to write off the possibility of God's existence completely. Atheism is inconsistent with the scientific method licensor told a f p on phones past Monday from Dartmouth College. The New Hampshire university where he has taught since nineteen ninety one atheism is a belief in Non-belief. So you category deny something you have no evidence against. I'll keep an open mind because I understand that human knowledge is limited. He added. Then I go down to the end of the column for glacier. Who grew up in Rio's Jewish community. Religion is not just about believing in God provides a sense of identity and community at least half of the world's population. Is that way he said it's extremely arrogant from scientists to come down from the ivory towers and make these declarations without understanding the social importance of belief systems. When you hear very famous scientists making pronouncements like cosmology has explained the origin of the universe and the whole and we don't need God anymore. That's complete nonsense. Because we have not explained the origin of the universe at

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"templeton" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"templeton" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"The Templeton foundation, stay curious. The work of healing has not had much of a place in the complex of reckonings in the past year that we can dense into the hashtag me too. But surely what we are naming and wrapping our arms around with the impetus of me too is at best an opening to a long term cultural reckoning to grow up humanity to make our society. More whole I walked with some trepidation onto this territory. At the invitation of the solutions journalism network together with feminist journalist, Rebecca tracer and psychotherapist AVI Klein who works primarily with men and couples in a room full of journalists. We explored how they and all the rest of us might build the spaces the imaginative muscle in the pragmatic forms to support healing for women and men where it is possible now and in time one of the reasons that it's very rare for women to coalesce in a women's. Movement in which that anger is about gendered inequality is that if you're gonna look straight at and sort of acknowledge the inequalities on the table what that means is disturbing some of the most intimate relationships in our lives. So its partners in lovers and spouses, fathers and brothers and sons, and it's profoundly emotionally difficult to do that kind of assessment of unequal power within our most daily intimate emotionally tight relationships when we've heard someone or we we just don't really want to take it in all of the way, and in part, it's because it makes us feel so bad about ourselves. Right. And you need to there's a steadying that people need in those moments. I think about how I would try to help someone open themselves up. This isn't about you right now. This is about her, right? What it takes to feel? We'll solid enough to hear that. That's where I go. I'm Krista Tippett, and this is on being..

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"templeton" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"templeton" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Templeton foundation stay curious. I'm Christa tip it and this is on being today, drawing on enduring wisdom beyond the turbulent new cycle. My two thousand eleven conversation with Francis Kissling the former longtime president of Catholics for choice. We're drawing her out on her less famous adventures of recent years in new relationship and conversation with her political opposites. She is controversial and speaking from a place that many of us would like to map out between the polls on this and other fractious debates. I wanna reduce something that I was really struck by that you wrote you were giving a list of a couple of qualities. That you thought were necessary. If we, as you said, if we are to continue the conversation to bring constructive for forward, thinking approaches to what has been a long difficult issue. One of them really struck me was the courage to be vulnerable in front of those we passionately disagree with. Right, right. And I think that's a hardest thing to do, and I think it is very hard for all of us in these situations to acknowledge for example that we just don't have the answers to this. I don't think we have the answers to the problem of abortion in our society, whether it's the problem of abortion itself or the problem of how we're going to mediate our differences about abortion and a willingness to admit that is very, very difficult. What is it in your own position that gives you trouble? What is it in the position of the other that you are tracked into? Where do you have doubts. Because it is only I think when we, if we are interested in understanding each other and if we are all interested in, it's not a question of common ground. But if we are ultimately interested in an abortion policy that reflects what is good in the concerns of those who disagree. The only way we're going to get any sense of what that is is if we can acknowledge what is good in the position of the other acknowledge what troubles us about our own position. I mean, I, I, I've said this to somebody recently. I don't understand how you can work on an issue for thirty five years as complicated as this and never change your mind at all about anything. Think also that again, you know the the whole context, the whole ambience of our public hand-wringing over these intimate issues that get our sexuality and our core identity, right?.

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Lululemon names Calvin McDonald as new CEO

Bloomberg Markets

04:19 min | 3 years ago

Lululemon names Calvin McDonald as new CEO

"And actually you. Can headline right on Lululemon Lululemon appointing a new CEO. That's Calvin, McDonald we're going to dig into that a. Little bit. More of course their former CEO left for some inappropriate behavior we're told we'll have to check. In at least briefly with our own Lindsey Rupp who follows that closely obviously a company that has grabbed a lot of headlines, over the last couple of years has done very, well as, a stock but that coming out amid a lot of earnings Texas Instruments. We heard, Charlie Pellett I'm talking about and we're digging it into it all right and waiting for Salesforce and AT and t. just the bigger picture. The s. and, p. five hundred kind. Of an even, split again today two hundred forty six names higher today two hundred fifty three lower six unchanged and one stock that. We certainly, heard a lot about today and that is Harley Davidson issue number one Never to gainer. In the s. and p. five hundred what's interesting is, I'm trying to figure out is that right up seven point six percent because they. Did cut their forecast for profit, margin this year by an amount that suggests it's finding a way to. Cope with all. The damage done by President Trump's trade war so the. Company may, be figuring it out and investors seeing that. As a. Good thing and that's because they mentioned the number two in the SNP that's because the CEO. Had said they are facing some headwinds overtraining turf and of course this is a company that President Trump called out specifically as, you know as someone who was quite unhappy with, yes he, was and apparently they're doing is they're speeding at the shipments to the. EU to, kind of blunt the impact of higher tariffs that were impacted fascinating to me we are really seeing more and more this come up you. Know not just, on conference calls but. Companies increasingly as, earning season goes on talking about this proactively sometimes even in their results and certainly before they can even get asked. The question When they start to. They start to talk about how they're dealing with us You know one name that I'm looking at JetBlue down more than, ten percent it appears and the. Headline on, the Bloomberg, six has double whammy hits outlook for revenue and costs and obviously you know JetBlue such big name and that is going, to has had the effect, of dragging down a lot of the. US airlines their forecast for rising expenses not. Making folks real happy out there I just want to. Recap, to Texas Instruments if I may let me just bring up the numbers, again just crossed. Here after the closing bell Texas Instruments. Seeing third quarter revenue a four point eleven billion to four point forty five and. That's maybe a little bit higher potentially on the higher end of. The range the estimate it's out there for about four point twenty five billion and we also have to have another one third quarter EPS a dollar for you went to. Dollar sixty three and that compares with the estimate of a dollar forty eight, that's out there in a quick check on Texas Instruments Here in the after, hours stacks, up about eight tenths of a percent well and of course Texas. Instruments again I feel like this is a constantly Texas Instruments CEO, just recently stepped down after only. A couple, months on, the job rich Templeton the previous CEO stepping back in there so investors looking for something to to sort of hang onto, with TI right now so, interesting to see how they interpret these. Because as you say pretty wide range the. Estimate fits in there but a pretty wide range of. We'll, we'll see how how investors in the street reacted in the low end, is definitely below. What Wall Street's forecasting but the high. End is certainly above it hey whirlpool is your number one decliner in the s.. And p. five hundred down fourteen and a half percent and again. Global trade war heating up and we'll pull apparently feeling the impact of it they said rising raw material costs hurt results in three out of four of its regional markets. Wow in the second quarter and that includes North America Asia and also at struggling Europe Middle. Eastern, Africa division so well these these global companies certainly starting to experience this in pretty meaningful ways all right. Let's get, to the volatility index report and the Vicks for the Tuesday trae just down. One point, seven percent Vicks closing, at twelve point forty you are listening to Bloomberg markets Carol. Massar. Along with.

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Texas Instruments' new CEO ousted for personal misconduct

Bloomberg Markets

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Texas Instruments' new CEO ousted for personal misconduct

"Paul Bloomberg world headquarters I'm Charlie Pellett remove into the final hour of trading on this Wednesday we've got the. Dow as some pe- higher NASDAQ is Lauren as back down half a point right now. As has been swinging between gains and losses but for the most part equities, pushing higher. Led by gains in financials and industrial companies after Morgan Stanley earnings beat. Forecasts Morgan Stanley shares up how by two point three percent we're keeping an eye on Texas Instruments down two tenths of one percent Bryan Crutcher who resigned as CEO after just six weeks on the job at Texas Instruments could be forced to surrender as. Much. As forty three million of stock awards Crutcher resigned yesterday after the, semiconductor maker said he violated its code of conduct an intriguing awesome is a senior. Analyst for semiconductors at Bloomberg intelligence for Texas Instruments which is. A steady low key Disciplined operator this is an unnecessary, distraction and remember this. Is a new CEO and rich Templeton was looking forward to retirement after. Serving for more than a decade CEO and for a long time with the company so unnecessary distraction but it doesn't take away from the investment thesis. Again shares of Texas Instruments down now by two tenths of one percent Federal Reserve album. Slate has Facebook and defines the US economic expansion rolled along labor markets tightened, in June. And early July even as tariffs heightened concern among manufacturers and boosted some. Producer prices and fed chair Jerome Powell says the risks to the US central banks inflation forecasts for quote roughly balanced even as he noted lingering concern over sluggish price rises he also joined the morning's testimony which you heard live right here on Bloomberg radio. Said. He sees no evidence that a recession is imminent tenured on three, thirty seconds yield two, point eight Seven percent gold higher little changed up twenty one, cents the, ounce now, west Texas. Intermediate crude up one point two percent sixty eight ninety. Barrel recapping stocks mixed s. and p. five up two tenths of one percent I'm Charlie pelletan fats is a Bloomberg business flash you're listening. To Bloomberg markets with Carol.

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Morgan Stanley, Brian Crutcher and US discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:37 min | 3 years ago

Morgan Stanley, Brian Crutcher and US discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Price paid in stock buybacks and there's Morgan Stanley up three percent second. Quarter earnings and revenue beat analysts average estimates in a Bloomberg survey Morgan Stanley had Wall Street's biggest revenue increase. In investment, banking and trading revenue, beat projections as well Abbott labs up, two and a half percent the medical device maker beat second quarter profit and revenue estimates and raised full year earnings forecasts Texas. Instruments down one percent Sio Brian Crutcher was. Asked it from the chipmaker after only a month and a half on the job for conduct violations Crutcher. Predecessor rich Templeton was reinstated. As CEO back to earnings United continental a four and a half percent the airline had a beaten Ray. Second quarter United increase in two thousand, eighteen earnings forecasts even though fuel costs are higher, and US peers have been cutting estimates so. You've seen those stocks move up as well Got delta higher by about two and a half percent American and south west. Up about two percent SIA Sachs's gained. Three and a half percent the railroad spent. Only fifty eight point six cents for every dollar of revenue in the second quarter that's what they call, an operating ratio and it set a record for US railroads allowing CSX, to beat earnings projections Textron's up two percent. The maker of airplanes and helicopters posted. Second quarter earnings and sales at beat estimates, WW Grainger up six percent industrial distributors earnings, last quarter beat analysts highest those results, well receive earnings last week from rival fasten all, one more for your Tribune media..

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Martha Roby, Brian Crutcher and Andrew Craig Brunson discussed on Laura Ingraham

Laura Ingraham

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Martha Roby, Brian Crutcher and Andrew Craig Brunson discussed on Laura Ingraham

"House Republican wins are run. Off election in Alabama incumbent Martha Roby has defeated former democratic congressman turn Republican Bobby. Bright congresswoman Roby's victory combs amid her battling questions about her loyalty to President. Trump the lawmaker leveled criticism at Mr. Trump when he ran for president two years, ago Representative Roby had pulled her support for Mr. Trump in twenty sixteen after the access Hollywood tape brought out his lewd. Comments about women. Of correspondent Andrew Stewart accord in western Turkey has once again denied a request. For the release from custody of a US-based pastor on trial on charges of. Aiding terror groups and engaging in espionage Andrew Craig Brunson fifty-year-old evangelical pastor from black mountain North Carolina was arrested. In the aftermath of. A twenty sixteen coup attempt or alleged links to outlawed Kurdish rebels Brunson denies the allegations news and Townhall dot com Texas Instruments, says dumped CEO Brian Crutcher for personal misconduct lost on two months after he took over, the Josh's departure disrupts the chip hopes for a smooth transition. To new leadership Crutcher resigned after TI's board determined violated the companies code of. Conduct with behavior the company said was not consistent with its ethics. And core values the, I emphasize groceries transgression wasn't related to. Its operations refinances, the company however has declined to elaborate on what. He did wrong the is bringing, back, Crutcher predecessors, CEO rich Templeton. Correspondent Jeremy house, the European Union taking steps to shield its market from a God of steel heading to the continent after the US impose tariffs on imports of the metal at light of the American tariffs the fears at steal from around the globe that would have gone to the US will be diverted to the EU instead swamping its market more on these stories at..

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America may not have the tools to counter the next financial crisis, warn Bernanke, Geithner and Paulson

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:56 min | 3 years ago

America may not have the tools to counter the next financial crisis, warn Bernanke, Geithner and Paulson

"Financial, Services committee we'll bring you the question and. Answer portion of his testimony live the ten AM Wall Street time Well the, fed appears. Confident it. Has the. Weapons needed to fight the next. Financial crisis some former policymakers are not so sure Bloomberg's John Tucker is here live to explain good morning John joint briefing with reporters former fed chair Ben. Bernanke the former Treasury Secretary and New York fed president Tim Geithner and former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson. Voice concerned about America's ability to combat another financial meltdown Gardner said the fed has less scope to act as, interest rates are lower and argued, that the emergency, powers the proof so essential a decade. Ago are somewhat weaker today Bernanke is worried about longer term consequences of rapidly rising government dead Paulsen also agreed adding it, will slowly strangle us John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak thank you, John on. The trade. Front sources. Tell Bloomberg. That European Commission president young Claude Yonker will. Meet with President Trump in Washington next week where they'll explore the possibility of negotiations to reduce tariffs On cars Yonker will likely. Signal, willingness to consider a deal to reduce auto levies between the US and EU countries. Turning to corporate news now the CEO. Of, Texas Instruments Brian Crutcher has resigned after less than, two months on the job, Charlie Pellett has, the story TI cited violations of the maker's code of conduct. His predecessor rich Templeton will assume, the role on a permanent basis in a statement. The company did not elaborate but it did say quote the violations are related to personal behavior that is not consistent with our ethics and. Core values but not related to company strategy operations. Or financial reporting Charlie Pellett Bloomberg daybreak thank you Charlie Berkshire Hathaway's move removing a cap on stock buybacks that will, give chairman. Warren Buffett. Greater leeway. To dole out profits to shareholders..

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Wgn, John Beeline and Michigan discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show

The Paul W. Smith Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Wgn, John Beeline and Michigan discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show

"Airliner wgn news time eight oh three here's steve courtney sports all right there richard last night at the fabulous comerica park tigers ernest split with the stanks the opener didn't go well yankees win at seven four then the nightcap goes to the tigers way for to two final tigers have won nine of their last thirteen now aaron judge the yankee slugger became the first player ever to strike out eight times in double header five times in the nightcap alone tigers now in boston to face the red sox seven ten first pitch tonight red sox doing very well forty one in nineteen matter of fact they'll send out the thirtythreeyearold knuckleballer stephen wright tigers will send out the twenty six year old right hander ardila wicky to get things going major league baseball draft last night as expected the tigers use the number one pick on auburn's as casey mayes stanley cup finals capital six golden knights to all of a sudden the caps now up three one looking for their first stanley cup championship in this their forty third season game five will be eight o'clock that's going to be thursday night going back to vegas nba final game three warriors cavaliers in cleveland nine o'clock tomorrow night golden state up two nothing in that series speaking of which the pistons continue their search for a new head coach and according to reports they would like further conversations with former toronto coach dwane casey as well as current michigan coach john beeline steve courtney wgn sports traffic and weather first on the fives up next don templeton one said the foremost.

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With Android Things, Google's smart displays are more ambitious than they seem

The WIRED Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

With Android Things, Google's smart displays are more ambitious than they seem

"And there's also going to be so predictive actions of the next things that you do so if you will call somebody at seven pm maybe when it comes around seven pm the with the user interface will show the option to james templeton as i do every single evening it's lovely it's the pilot of my day speaking of user interface as a lot new lot of new user interface changes that come into next version of android p basically to try and make things simpler but away from android pay google also announced the g mail will be getting more updates it had a really big updates its first designed dates in about five years two weeks ago but it's also introduced a couple of new features which are unceasingly using ai one of these and the main thing is expanding its smart reply feature so effectively google is going to stop being able to predict what you want to write and then you can just press a button and it would do it so the example google gave and it probably won't work like this practice was like somebody who's emailing friend about tackles and saying do you want to come petach and they started email saying i haven't i haven't and then it's all predicted senior ages so that's basically how it works we'll say in practice couple of the things that google announced an ounce it's android things bursch one develop a software which sounds really boring but is it's an interest of things versions of android which run on so of smart home products is going to be on google's first smart home assistance with screens so basically like the google home and the alexa amazon echo system but with screens of people making so good was not making these selves but this is going to be so of powering the devices and these i always screens will come out in july later this year.

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"templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The collagen buying homes and caring for aging parents that's the fun that's what we all get into financial planning and the operational side of the businesses a distraction necessary one look like a tory one but nevertheless a distraction so by bringing in ryan parker who is he previous eu is at el pl precisely and before that which had 17 gene thousand i think 15000 financial advisers il organization prior to that uh uh frank russel uh one of the biggest firms in our industry and before that franklin templeton one of the biggest mutual fund companies to america 20year executive fabulous guy very skilled and talented who's now running from daytoday swat on have to deal with all of that and i have my financial planning team working with my clients for the most part and so i can focus my energies and attention on bigger picture stuff it is really going to move the needle for america and not just our firms but all of america dealing with the major challenges revealing the fuel to personal finance you're now twenty point six seeking i always afraid to round up but twenty let's call 21 it depends on what the market the today 2021 billion while it's one hundred million needs that swinging 5 percent a day if it's been twentyfive but when did that really ramp up if you launch thirty one years ago was it was it that hockey stick growth immediately was it a long slow process tell us about what that growth curve looked like it has been growing steadily on growth was never a goal jim i rule of simple about it we said look we're going to help people and if somebody asked for our help and we don't have the capacity to help them will grow will add a financial planner who pm assessed.

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"templeton" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"templeton" Discussed on WTMA

"Part of it is now he's got to people to go out and campaign for so everywhere catherine templeton ghost at least one of them can go and campaign and also allows him some time to i think uh you can be safely assured that that the two of them are gonna be appearing in a lot of tv commercials before the primary i think you know the mcmaster campaign knows that they are are hurting with uh suburban women whether it's in charleston greenville uh or colombia and and you're gonna see her and a lot of the ads with henry mcmaster to try and blunt templeton's uh advanced certainly then we call that politics and things gullit found that the people were i was interesting to read you know and and you saw some of the reactions to or like oh this is so surprising what an odd tech and to me it seemed like a very uh to be honest logical rational copay you know it's you look at who your opponent is and you try and blunt their their advances so i i can't say i was a surprise it the only thing that maybe surprise me as the timing i i kind of assume they'd wait till after the holidays with but i'm sure they have their their reasons for this absolutely brady we appreciate you being on the program this morning pleasure buddy thanks charlotte beg you will talk to you soon brady court garvin on well this is a dirty to with the big talker twelve fifty wtma considering the other mornings that we have had recently this has been cut quiet in a scary way but we still have a non injury accident that is working rivers avenue at gum would it boulevard the interstates they've loosened up nicely there still traffic out there but it appears everything is moving drive carefully am sherry bernardi mostly sunny skies today with a high of sixty eight low tonight fifty four sixty seven a high tomorrow up to sixty two for saturday and sixty six were some going gonna be a great day for the charleston city paraded.

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"templeton" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"templeton" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Whitaker yesterday franklin templeton announced eric bell chewed his tweeted franklin templeton shas vanguard of the whole world literally launching dirt cheap country etf this week three or four times cheaper than peers nine pieces points so you hear three to four times cheaper than peers but then you see the spread it's you know where does this and are we going to see negative fees for etfs by the way before we get into that we talk about the fact that he can now use a company name as a verb so van guarded i saw the other day that someone got amazon yeah i do know that i didn't know this was a thing can we say that we rid hold someone what does that flat let's not go there it could okay anyway no i think it makes saying it's like this is the best thing that could happen to individual investors probably in some ways i mean investing is going to be free if it's not already it's a rounding air so in the grand scheme of things it's great but at a certain point does it really mattered though i mean i think at this point as more of a distraction if you're monitoring billions of dollars than a few basis points makes a huge difference bought for normal people whether you're in a country etf at twenty two basis points or nine basis points like honestly that is not true to your life at all right in and the thing is especially with these type of etf so people are using these to trade them y'all into makeup making implicit bet somewhere they're not using them for long term investing more you know more than likely in in most cases so.

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