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"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on How I Built This
"Because you are. In a very, very desirable market and growing very fast and. You've got a really strong brand. Is there a world where you could see an exit like that? I can't call that. In this moment, I'm very attached to my name. I think I can never say Lake Norman Zebra me and Robin and said, here's a chick for five hundred, million dollars. We. Don't know what that feels. That could happen. You know I. I can't honestly sit here and say to you knowing that that's intergenerational wealth knowing just the basic principles of compounding interest at a very low interest rate of what that will do for the legacy of our children our grandchildren, our great great great, and also tropical. For the community that we want to support, you can't rule that out. I can't have it out but I think that we can probably safely say. I mean I think it's hard for us to envision one because our personal is not for sale. So that's a that's a little tricky, but also the brands that we create. Each of those brands has a very powerful. Message behind them and like Andrei don't that don't belong that don't belong to US necessarily we see ourselves as the stuarts the purpose behind them. So if any exit or any acquisition, you know there would have to be some very strange stringent agreements behind that. I don't know that we can really think of any large wine companies that will be. In a position to to acquire what we think those are worth that would be able to pull the mission behind each of those brands not saying that it would never would happen. But I would I would probably say it would be now or anytime soon. I can't stop thinking about. Your Dad and what he would think about all this. How you got to this place Because so much of the story is unbelievable. I mean you didn't know the other sister existed. And then. You know once you're both grown up you eventually meat and then you form this incredible bond. And now you've built this highly successful brand. I just have to imagine that that your dad if he was sitting here right now. He which speed blown away. Well quite quite honestly, and now I'm speaking as a sister who never actually got to know him at all but from what I know of him I, don't think that he would have expected anything less from US I think that he also dreamed very big. You know he came from a very, very small and I say small like five hundred people or something country town in Alabama moved himself to Hollywood and became a part of that scene and an actor and. Everything that was kind of wild going on in Hollywood in the seventies and eighties and You know my my my understanding of him and my interpretation of of him is that you know sky's the limit like you you can and should do you know whatever you set your mind sue. So in my mind and I've thought about that before my mind I. Think I. Don't think he'd be surprised I think that if he was in our lives, he would have expected that we've done at least what we've done. Yeah and I think I think the context of. Our family has family of. His generation you know. Camden Alabama. You know our grandparents, our aunties and uncles our father picked cotton thir- sharecroppers. And I know in their lifetime. Never thought that they would see a black president I know that. So like Robbins said I think you know he dreamed really big expected this of us, but I think the expectation also comes from all of our family. In terms of what they did during the sixties and the fifties and love the things that they fought four so that Robert and I do what we do today. They must be so proud of trust US anti enemy is very proud. You can't go to her house without her pulling out Zine and telling you let me tell you anybody who listens to knock challenge her about her nieces but it is very true in our you know our aunts and our data was the youngest of like twelve. I think. So it's a very, very long generations. You know they grew up in rural Alabama just outside of summer. So you know they did they walked the Edmund Pettus Bridge, they were involved in the civil You know demonstrations and movements, and we're not unaware of of how close we are. You know and how our roots are. So intertwined with you know all of this this history and that we're we're not far from where all of it started so. we're in we were in agriculture. Back in agriculture. Like the history of black people in America is grounded in in Agriculture Andre and I actually have a photo were able to go and visit the the plantation house where our great grandparents were enslaved and where our father was born in the back and in the small house in the back. And I think that you know like his journey in life to move on from a lot of that difficult history was for the purpose of on his children Andrea and I being able to do something like exactly what we're doing. How much of of this story and and the success of this business you attribute to just your hard work and your intelligence, and how much do you think has has to do with luck for St Robin. I was ten, ninety, nine percent of it is our hardworking intelligence. And then there's a small percentage that I think is what people might refer to as luck but I really think it is your ability to recognize opportunity and take advantage of it. Same thing I feel like it's It's hustle. It's hard work, but it's smart hard work. In it's being able to identify opportunities when when other people don't are maybe can't see those opportunities to see it. Yeah, and then I think in terms of luck I don't know if I believe in Luck I. Think I think you. You prepare yourself you're ready and then if if an opportunity presents itself, then you're the right person the right place of the right time. To stay ready. Yup Stay Ready. That's entree McBride John and her sister Robin mcbryde. By the way in addition to the McBride sisters, collection and Black Girl Magic Brand Robin Andrea have launched a third brand. It's a collection of four can't wines AROSA SAUVIGNON BLANC and a couple of spritzers. It's called Pecan and some of the money from sales goes back to a scholarship program for small businesses owned by black women. Robyn and Andre. Two of those winds are dedicated to their mothers and the other to. Their daughters. Thanks.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"No brand give me the games and pro rated salaries you wanted the important bit of information to follow for Monday's developments with Major League Baseball owners players association the fact that the owners a warning to that idea I think it moves us in a direction where we all need some positivity we all need some good news I mean I don't know how you could go on be on this earth and be in this country and be in the city and I have like I'm not your stomach all weekend because I had added to the family George Floyd I had a four the police officers were interacting with the peaceful protesters were doing the right thing I have a for my guys that I know quite well a damn good cops and that goes for like ninety eight ten ninety nine percent of the police force here in New York City but I love and what they have to deal with and what unfortunately African Americans that to deal with in this country for over fifty sixty a hundred two hundred years beyond Errol up it's a total mess Chinese of the feel good about and when I'm on this air I've talked about this during the pandemic you can be therapeutic for me in many ways hopefully tonight tomorrow and they've moved forward it'll continue to be that sort of place with a laugh have a good time and then I say take our minds off things boy who use it seven sixteen here on this Monday evening it's DJ jazzy stuff you were right here on the phone at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we moving closer and closer to the start of the twenty twenty baseball season will get a call in calls a reaction but a guy knows a thing or two about being in the Players Association god knows a thing or two about trying to iron out a deal like a bloody great sieging the Caskey will join us next one physical therapy has developed a unique care first model big money with the progress of.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Hated in some way shape or form through a vaccine that is a hundred percent spot on there we find a therapeutic thing that helps us fight it along with a vaccine that's similar to the flu shot and we learn to live with it or disappears on its own I couldn't tell you which way it's gonna go what I do now is at some point in time people as individuals I've said they have a breaking point they're going to have to make a decision for themselves you're gonna have to make a decision for self what are you willing to risk and we say the word risk every day there's a risk there's a risk of you driving home everyday that something may or may not happen there's a risk everywhere in everything that we do what are you getting on an airplane whether you are driving in a car whether you're walking down the street because the carcass there's a risk all over what should the differences here is I could spread this how would you even know most people have no idea they're not tested for any antibodies European countries from Germany to Sweden are all saying that they're looking at a position where ninety eight ten ninety nine percent of people that get this will never know they have a magic the giant spread that's that they believe that when all is said and done it'll be a little bit more dangerous than the flu although the net it throws is bigger and because we don't have a therapeutic treatment you see the dangers of but everybody has a breaking point when it comes to their livelihood what's your breaking point restaurants around the country trying to figure out what they're supposed to do is they try to slowly reopen full some people gonna go back they're gonna go back immediately they're gonna be a lot of people that are gonna be put off by the several different things they're wearing the gloves and wearing the mask and and it's just gonna feel awkward so they may not go back there's some people that are afraid that every door handle every room they walk in is potentially death and there they they want no part of this the end of the day everybody's gonna start taking in all the stock they have in there the world that's out there and they're gonna look at everything including the bank account the thanks they built what's going on in their life and they're going to make certain decisions this woman a hair stylist her decision was I'm going to open up because I can feed my kids.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on This Week in Science
"The market you should relook at this where you know warning warning warning we have a problem those down a third since the current administration has taken place in there actually down a their training down from the first year to the second year a this is also 'em were also looking at a time when you sd eight a which also has a similar regulations and research into what is or is not impactful go to our environment their livestock and the rest of it is being told widely on mass to move to kansas or get fired in two weeks so we have a very interesting dismantling of protections of food that we eat which which brings me back to the story that i was bringing up before you have scientist making your food in a lab under mission where they a hundred percent pure were there where where where it is highly controlled environment virement a no one you wanna regulatory organism like they asked me to be doing its job yes they all have the in a giant battered by reactor and not try to legislate from the office it hasn't been built yet that they're supposed to move doing kansas a or get fired just do away with u s t a n f k that doesn't seem to be being prompted to do and they don't know why i'm bringing into it but they you only see the b b reports that e f g h puts out are down and when a when asked if there is a written statement from their dna that did not dispute the findings of the report so they're not mickey counter argument to say yep that's what's happening right then explain why that's why nope just yup when were not doing as much as we did yeah oh yeah okay well fingers crossed that things will turn around exactly thinking of turning around i think i know what time it is you know i don't wanna hear about the movie oh lord shrine which job to find the good news stories raised this week so the first have is about white nose syndrome and bats we've talked about it on the show several times but it is a problem this is not the good news part of the story it's coming why no syndrome almost destroyed by populations across eastern north america it is showing no signs of stopping 'em it spreads in the winter it causes bats to leave their roof string hibernation it's a fungus we've discovered since they started reporting on it in the fungus kills the bats over several months the depletes their bats sets the bat fat stores say that much on fat and when it depletes the fat stores it forces them to expend more energy on finding food in the winter when they're normally sleeping so that is what eventually killed the bat they die of starvation or exposure to the cold the specifically the little brown bat northern along that indiana bat and try colored that populations have declined seventy ten ninety nine percent across forty four states since two thousand six so this fungus is wreaking havoc a lot of these bats are now considered functionally extinct they do not fulfill their role in the environment any longer so this is a big problem but a new study from virginia tech and you see santa cruz who is looking at these impacts of pro biotics on white knows a they found found the overall it did reduce the impact of the disease so they did this in two stages which i think is really interesting so the first thing they did is they.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on KNSS
"I feel like we're having our own version of Mythbusters today on the ship, the retirement version, at least Randy's been debunking some of these really common retirement planning myths, and these are all things. You've heard, maybe you just haven't had the opportunity to fully investigate them to learn the truth radio, want to ask you, though, or any misconceptions out there about some of the retirement planning tools that are available to us today. Well, I think so many people Megan have heard of this four percent rule that basically was derived back in nineteen ninety four, I believe by a gentleman that. Became a financial adviser and at the time that he did this in the early nineties, the accepted would draw percentage had been five percent. And so he was evaluating historical market performance to determine if that was still accurate or not in through all of his analysis. He concluded that it was really about four and a half percent. But it became known as the four percent rule. And so that has been in place in so people use this rule of thumb that says that you can withdraw four percent of your nest egg adjusted for inflation. Every year assumes, a sixty forty portfolio in other words, sixty percent equities forty percent in fixed income securities, and you probably won't run out of money. The problem with any rule of thumb is that it was done at a given point in time and that was in the nineties. If you recall the nineties were the longest bull run of the stock mar-. Market in history. And so what works then may not work today. And I've done a lot of analysis looking at the volatility that we have seen since the year two thousand and our stock markets. And if you were to apply the four percent, rule today. In fact, we just did this. We have a client that I'll call Elaine. And so a lane had about a million dollars in her portfolio. So these nother rule of thumb, we talked about, as a million dollars is enough. So we actually looked at if Elaine were to take that million dollars apply. The four percent rule and just make withdrawals, inflation-adjusted overtime would she have enough money to sustain her throughout retirement? It turns out that following that four percent rule, she would only have a sixty six percent probability of success or in other words, only a sixty six percent chance of not running out of money in retirement. We were able. To reposition some of those assets for her. Use them different financial tools different financial products for a portion of her portfolio, and we were able to raise that probability of success from sixty six percent. Ten ninety nine percent which would you rather have going into retirement? Sixty six percent chance of not run out of money or a ninety nine percent chance of not running out of money. This is the kind of analysis that we do every single day in helping people just think, through, what they should do with their money. How should they deal with the market's volatility today? We would love the opportunity to sit down with you and help you think through some of these issues to determine if you have enough money or not, or how you should be deploying, those funds to make sure the euro are going to have enough income throughout retirement. Give us a call right now. Our telephone number is three one six four two five three thousand that's three one six four to five. Three thousand make an appointment come in and sit down with us. The Sabah casual conversation. I'd love the opportunity to show you how we can give you a greater probability of success in your retirement, but you have to call. Call now three one six four two five three thousand the final retirement planning myths on the show today, they might not even be on your radar. Find out what they are, and why believing them could mean trouble for your financial health. That's next. Hey, Sean Hannity here. Now, you know, me, and, you know that I like people keep their word people say what they're gonna do, and then actually do it straight shooters. Honest dependable. They say what they mean. They mean what they say, and there's never any doubt about where they stand. You know, it's really rare to find these days. But when it comes to your finances, your retirement, well, it's worth going the extra mile to find that person that you feel you can trust. Well, let me do some of the leg work for you. You want a fiduciary, somebody who is required. Yes for quired to always act in your best interest notifies, who will be there when you need them. And you want someone who's been doing this retirement thing for a while right here in Wichita, you need to know. Randy.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on KNSS
"And these are all things you've heard maybe you just haven't had the opportunity to fully investigate them to learn the truth radio want to ask you though, or any misconceptions out there about some of the retirement planning tools that are available to us today. Well, I think so many people Megan have heard of this four percent rule that basically was derived back in nineteen ninety four I believe by a gentleman that became a financial adviser. And at the time that he did this in the early nineties the accepted withdrawal percentage had been five percent. And so he was evaluating historical market performance to determine if that was still accurate or not in through all of his analysis. He concluded that it was really. About four and a half percent. But it became known as the four percent rule. And so that has been in place in so people use this rule of thumb that says that you can withdraw four percent of your nest egg adjusted for inflation every year, assumes a sixty forty portfolio. In other words, sixty percent equities forty percent in fixed income securities, and you probably won't run out of money. The problem with any rule of thumb is that it was done at a given point in time. And that was in the nineties if you recall, the nineties were the longest bull run of the stock market in history. And so what works then may not work today. And I've done a lot of analysis looking at the volatility that we have seen since the year two thousand and our stock markets, and if you were to apply the four percent rule today. In fact, we just did this. We have a client that. I'll call Elaine. And so a lane had about a million dollars in her portfolio. So these nother rule of thumb we talked about as a million dollars is enough. So we actually looked at if Elaine were to take that million dollars apply. The four percent rule and just make withdrawals inflation adjusted over time would she have enough money to sustain her throughout retirement. It turns out that following that four percent rule. She would only have a sixty six percent probability of success. Or in other words, only a sixty six percent chance of not running out of money in retirement. We were able to reposition some of those assets for her use some different financial tools, some different financial products for portion of her portfolio, and we were able to raise that probability of success from sixty six percent ten ninety nine percent. Which would you rather have going into retirement sixty six percent chance of not run out of money or a ninety nine percent chance of not running out of money. This is the kind of analysis that we do every single. Day in helping people just think through what they should do with their money. How should they deal with the market's volatility today? We would love the opportunity to sit down with you and help you think through some of these issues to determine if you have enough money or not or how you should be deploying those funds to make sure the euro are going to have enough income throughout retirement. Give us a call right now. Our telephone number is three one six four two five three thousand that's three one six four two five three thousand make an appointment. Come in and sit down with us. This have a casual conversation. I'd love the opportunity to show you how we can give you a greater probability of success in your retirement, but you have to call call now. Three one six four two five three thousand the final retirement planning myths on the show today, they might not even be on your radar. Find out what they are. And why believing them could mean trouble for your? Nanteuil health. That's.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on KGO 810
"Now back to chip Franklin on K G O eight ten. Ninety nine percent of the time. When I say, something and NICKY have you heard about, and she goes, I just did it my newscast. I just did it my newscasts weren't you? Listening to me. So now, I actually told her a news story, and I got like oh my God. So it makes me done. It yet point is that I do the news story. This story worry about two different things. Like did you hear there was an earthquake today? Nikki thank you didn't say that. No, no, no. I asked you. I said it was it was a six point seven originally. And I haven't told people point. Oh, anyway. Awesome deal with anyway. So we got that coming up at six thirty. This is an an NPR legend who gone now because he made a bad joke about something. That is a well, we'll talk about it. Because I I don't think you should have been fired. And well, I'll tell you why. And we'll get to it. So vaccines back in the if you did you see the John Adams on HBO? That was amazing starring yeah. What's his face from billions? His dad was the Louise how do I forget his name? Right now. Yeah, we'll get Tennyson. But do you. Remember, they did vaccines, and they would people that got smallpox. I mean. Cut you in. Cut the scab off. And then they would take that. And put it in some cut somebody and put it in their body. So they wouldn't get it. It was and they understood it here we are two hundred and fifty years later, and we still Donald Trump going people say vaccines can cause autism. By the way, that was a fake report it there's no connection at all between vaccines and autism. None whatsoever. Foster city, Harry, you heard that last guy man, I didn't wanna be mean to that cat, but I was trying to give him facts. Well, you know, I'm curious as to where he got his tax. It sounds like he's reading report it was written at pong pizza by John Podesta after visiting area. Fifty one. Head off, please. Right. You know, and and the heartbreaking part about that is is that I think that that I don't know if he had a personal experience with it or something with a child, I I have friends who have kids that have autism. And and there, and they were in enclosed in a group of people with other parents, and they they referred to that fake report about the connection between autism autism and vaccines, and they just wanted to they wanted. They wanted a reason why their kid got it. And I totally get that part. If your kid has something wrong with them you go. Why us that's not fair? You are exactly right. And you have to look at the numbers you have to look at the source and particularly in the case of autism. You know, a lot of the autism. You know, it just happens to phone to that demographic group of women who are who are over forty having the first child and all of a sudden autism autism goes way up. Yeah. They they don't know. I mean, you know, because the the spectrum is so wide now. I mean, I guarantee you that I'm on parts of the spectrum. And if you wanna go down far enough, right? I mean, and so children that have some social mile life growing up. I would say whatever I thought, you know, I was a kid and it got me in a lot of trouble in today. They would say, oh he's on the spectrum. So that's one thing. But vaccines. You know, my mom vaccinated all of us single mom five kids. We all got our vaccinations. And you know, I was I'm old enough that I got the little sugar cube for polio. Did you get that? Remember that? Yes, I'm old enough to remember. Yeah. So anyway, so there's there's something about the desire. I think to have an explanation for something that they look to vaccines as something. I mean, if you're a conspiracy free having the government involved in this mass inoculation, even though it's all done by individual practitioners. It's just it sounds conspiratorial. And I guess, you know, people like to have answers, even after the wrong ones. It does. You know, you can make you can make a case for autism one way or the other you can play with the numbers. What to take a look at something like? I mean that is just. Yeah. That was that was a new one for me. I hadn't heard that one before. But I did I had time to look it up. And I I went to the the the again, I'll tell people if they want to check it out American journal of epidemiology. And if you look up a leukemia, the there's a whole long study, and I went through the whole thing as much as I can understand. I got to the very end where they do. It says a large view, and it says right there, no association was found between child leukemia and exposure to several common vaccines, and they go all through measles mumps, and I'm are everything. So, hey, thanks for the call Harry appreciated by well. That is Nikki right there. I'm chip this is Katie and running park. It's frustrating indicating. Oh, my goodness chip. It's very frustrating. Hi, nicky. So I want to say that I worked in Marin county for a private and federally funded out there, and I also worked with the doctor who was very holistic in her her point of views towards vaccine. However, she agrees with you know, the state laws that every child should be back Sonate it not only that. But it is a case by case basis. You know, you have reactions to medications, whether you know, it's a side effect, or it's a reaction to something. That's just the way it is. You cannot sit here and say that vaccines caused in kids when in all technicality, it's a case by case basis. But here's the deal. We have a president of the United States just makes crap up and pulls it out his butt. And it's you know, the journalists is today aren't prepared to. To counter it in the way that you, and I do which is like, hey, you're crazy. They just keep elected a hotel owner for a president now. Now, it is. I mean than that a reality star, you know that. Sociopath. I mean all that stuff comes into play. And he's actually he's he is the reason we're talking about this is because the dust the measles around the world is skyrocketing, and we have a president United States. Our president saying that that it can cause autism. He said that it's because he's putting limitations on the insurance companies, and who we can ensure we cannot ensure if he was to sit there and say, hey, every child should be insured. They would be properly vaccinated and well fed instead of prices of food growing up in housing going up and people not being able to afford to live. I say that when we look back on this one hundred years from now, we're not gonna look at Trump. We're gonna look at those of us who allow Trump to happen. Great. Thanks for the call. You have a great weekend. All right. Of course, you two things guys coming up. I had news story that Nikki is going to tell you about. She has a big news story coming up in just a second. But I want to give away.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Management show with dean barber and bud. Casper is interesting that some of the advisors in the past a lot of the questions were never asked. I mean, I didn't really you know, what what is your what are your needs. What what what are your expectations and? And. You know, those are some things that you need to sit down and think about it, and my wife, and I talked about that. What are you really where you want to be? What what do you think about those are discussions? We never ever had in the past. And I think it's important. They have to ask those questions, and they have to understand what your needs are. And and you got to be honest with them. Here's how much I have. This is what I've got. And this is what I can do. And if you have a good financial advisor, they'll point you in the directions that they feel are important. Can't help you make the light decisions. Some you might not great totally within you have discussions about that. And other ones, you know, basically say boy, I didn't realize that you know, and then you're making the right decision. And I think you feel you both feel better when your wife and yourself feel good about where you are. Then that says a lot about it. Welcome back to America's wealth management show. I'm your host dean Barbara along with but casper that was a very small piece of a long conversation that I had with gentleman by the name of Jerry who's been retired now for almost ten years, and he was talking about reflecting on relationships that he had had in the past with other financial advisers, and it goes on and on back into his experience with this advisers back in two thousand and and you know, the bad things that happen at that point in time because they didn't really have a plan put together. And I love the point that Jerry makes bud about the advisers gonna ask the tough questions because I don't think if an adviser really truly understands you there's any way that they give the right advice. They can give an answer. But is the answer. And the only way to give the answer is to have all of the facts in front of you, and that requires long and sometimes difficult conversations, but they've got to be open. And they've got to be honest. You know, you could almost take it down dean to two things that are fundamentally everybody wants to have an answer for and that is income and principal protection. Am I? Okay. Am. I okay. But but while that is a very real thing for people in their own minds addressing it isn't sharing with themselves. The opportunities that exist to be able to make that happen. So what was it with Jerry was a needs expectations. Where do I wanna be where do I need to be? So when you take that relatable information, and you put it out there. So that you can make the puzzle real now they start starting to understand what's going on with that. Let me give you another example if I may dean, and that is client came in just this last Tuesday and wife lost the job. Okay. So her question was at this point of her life and shoes sixty one husband sixty five. He's retired. And he's asking the question. Do I need to go out and find another job? Now a lot of it without the proper help. What would they do? They would struggle with that in each other. They she would probably find another job because he didn't think that they had enough money. Right. That's that's pretty typical. Yeah. So my first question is, well, if you don't need to get a job, or are, you willing not to work, and she goes said most certainly want to spend more time with my with my grandchildren. And I said, well, let's go into the plan because the plan will tell us whether or not that is too much of a give up or whether or not it's going to work out. Just fine. We ran through it and the ninety eight percent probability that we had before she lost her job dropped to ninety six percent. But the ninety six percent probability was still what we refer to as over funding the plan. Meaning there is more assets there to be able to accomplish what they wanted to even if she had the job. Okay. So that was that was great from that perspective and that helped them tremendous. Disley from that particular application. Well, that's huge. And then and there was you were telling me more about the store. There's more to it. Yes. There was the other part of it was there's an inheritance that is out there the they own property, but the property was owned by the husband that I represent and three siblings doubt the siblings want to sell the property. He does not for emotional reasons because it's been in the family for quite some time. But the reality as we had to get down to the nitty gritty, if you will was you know, you're gonna end up selling this property at some point. He goes, yes, I do. And I said, and if that's the case whether you do it now or in three years or four years is really incidental to the ultimate decision. I said, so if that's the case, let's think about where we are today. We're an incredibly strong economy money is readily available interest rates are still reasonable. I said this might be the opportunity that you're going to have to step forward with and make the decision. Yes, let's let the proper. We go and what it was his feeling on that. While his feeling was he said, you know, what I know? You're right. I still have to work through this, you know, from an emotional perspective. But I think I'm feeling better about what the ultimate decision got to be there. But you were telling me, but that this conversation was two and a half hour until it was deep. I mean, there was much more to it than what you're alluding to hear the and the point is that unless you have that that relationship and Jerry looted to that there in that clip opening up to segment that you've gotta have that adviser that you can really open up to to be honest with to share all of what's going on in your financial life to get the right answer. And I don't know how long you've had a relationship with this couple, bud. But you know, I've had I've got clients that I've had relationships with for thirty years, and you know, you get to where you understand them. And and and and you. Have multiple conversations throughout the year. And yeah, there there are things that are going to happen things. People might lose a job. Maybe they lose a spouse something goes on. But the beautiful thing is once that comprehensive plan has been created in it's done, and it's living breathing part of who you are. And what you do. And you really got that person that you can reflect with the Scott that expertise in all those different areas. It makes those discussions in those decisions so much more clear and easier let me add and finish up on this scenario as well. Because then after we understood what likely would happen, then we said well after this property is sold, and you get your share of what the proceeds are going to be from that. Now, let's take that and put that money into the plan after exercising any taxes that there may be at that particular point in time, which in this case, probably wouldn't be very much. And how does that increase your probability of reach? Chairman success. And guess what? It would take you ten ninety nine percent. Yeah. So here the wife lost the job. We still did the calculations to show that she could actually stay unemployed actually retire. And then we had this additional bonus because of the wonderful gift that was being provided by and I want to be clear here. That buds not saying that everybody's out there in this in this Cinderella type of situation. You know, we have to have difficult conversations with people all the time. No, you're not there, you you think you are. But you're not and that's not a fun conversation to have. But it's gotta be an honest conversation that that allows you to have clarity as to where you really are today. Yeah. You're so right. I it's not comfortable, but I'm gonna tell you it is still liberating because it's out on the table. It's in front of us to discuss it workout other scenarios around that. All right. If you're ready to start a conversation to understand really where you are on your path towards being able to be financially independent..
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Soft mook saw produces the noise it takes pachinko parlor turns it into zen garden as it's the moog soft ai ops platform an algorithm ick it ops platform reduces it alerts and tickets by ten ninety nine percent guaranteed you still get no you're not turn anything off your you still get all your existing it tools all your alerts but what they do is they combine events they correlate them into actionable work items they call it situations so instead of getting a hundred different things in making the situation in your head it takes those partisan puts them together and you get a situation so you can focus on tackling it and solving it instead of trying to spend half the time figuring out what the heck's happening i'll give you a testimonial from one of their customers you might have heard of hcl technologies they do a thing awardwinning thing called the dry ice platform their global it match service provider lot of their customers use dry ice in the events management layer of dry says moves off day and hcl technology says mooks helped clients streamline operational workflows reduce time in the text to correct life cycle of incident tickets and they have experienced thirty three percent reduction in meantime to restore so they're happy that means they can support more customers with service quality keeping operational costs low efficiency high you'll be happy just because it won't be like an explosion in your brain moog soft a ops reduce your it alerts and tickets by up to ninety nine percent right now and as a result be more productive more efficient and be happier it's the zen garden moog soft dot com m o g s o f t dot com you can get a demo there moog soft dot com we thank them so much for their support of windows weekly paul thurrott mary jo foley let's start.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Really is meaningful analyzing computers and what's going on with them and figuring it out and figuring out what to do so even though when when i say ai mc soft ai ops i'm not talking artificial intelligence i'm talking algorithm ick it ops really there is a either is machine learning involved in cutting down the number of alerts and tickets by ninety nine percent and by the way it works with all your existing it tools of course it has to write it's patented technology correlates the events into what they call situations basically actionable work items so you can focus on tackling the stuff that matters to you i have a case study hcl technologies you may know them from their award winning dry ice platform their global it managed service provider the dryest platform has as its event management layer mook soft ai ops and an hcl says that's helped clients streamline operational workflows reduce time in the detector correct life cycle of incident tickets in fact a thirty three percent reduction in meantime to restore one third less time that makes you a lot more effective so you could support more customers with service quality and keep up racial costs low and officiency hi you're gonna love it and i want you to try it get your boss to do it if it's not you or if you're the decision maker go to mook soft talk com get a demo m o o g s o f t mook soft dot com for mook soft ai ops reduce your it alerts and tickets by ten ninety nine percent right now mook soft am og so f t dot com we thank him so much for their support of windows weekly oh now we're talking is that what that is that for the royal wedding mary jo is that it is beautiful did you wear it is very fascinating for the record label i asked my daughter if we still have gigantic mexican hat thing this narrow whatever.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"That's what mook soft does all those alerts and tickets light up like a christmas tree it's it's not making you more productive it's just stressing out at at you know at best it's teaching you to ignore them at worst it's turning into a wreck good news you can immediately reduce the noise with moog soft a ops ai in this case algorithms it algorithm ick it ops reduces your it alerts and tickets by ten ninety nine percent guarantee but it does it in a smart way offs patented technology correlates events collapses them down into actionable work items they call them situations and that's really what you want you got a situation here's what you can do get you focused on tackling the stuff that matters release it's quite amazing i'll give you an example hcl technologies which is a global it managed service provider you can imagine if you're in the manage service providing business for it you got many clients you don't just have the alerts for the one you have mall they have a awardwinning dry ice platform that's that's how they keep track of all this stuff and they incorporated mook soft ai ops is the event management layer within dry ice they say that's helped its clients this is hcl technologies talking streamline operational workflows reduce time in the detect to correct life cycle of instant tickets and this is the one this is the number you want to thirty three percent reduction of meantime to restore that's a big improvement enabling them to support more customers with service quality and keeping operational costs low efficiency high it'll work for you it works l technologies and and they're dry ice platform with moog soft ai ops reducer i taylor tickets by ninety nine percent right now go to mook soft dot com you can get a demo m double o g s o o f t i was telling a paul the cal logo for mook softer wanted they wanted moose off because they like cows couldn't get that but they also like synthesizers so.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on WTMA
"Culture that's being created in and that is uh really devouring other aspects of our society you are by for remember '60s my older brother and then they started living together and i thought that was the next best thing for quite spry well so you have the components going on because they serve you don't have to get buried and just just to take off and then you have the program so the great society that there too and this this is all this is all true but as far as we know we know nothing about this guy's family to be perfectly wonderful family could be a religious family he could been raised in a very wonderful way and he could it turned out to be a uh a psychopath where we have lots of wonderful families leading that we have lots of wonderful current gergiyev we but we but we don't know in this case we just don't know enough right mark thank you for your input much appreciated let's go to as it's zan philadelphia pennsylvania the great wntp yeah hi mark what is your name it is dan because in a very good i know come up sorry what was that the right ahead well i am a uh a sophomore in um high school and uh uh at our school there is no security at all i'm surprised nothing has happened yet honestly it's uh it's really bad uh almost all the windows are glass you know um dude it's easy just a proper door open and it's it there's no lauren system on the doors and we have no security it's probably raise a good point i sit here listen to you you're a sophomore you somebody's hid and we send all of our kids into these these government schools under these facilities and so if you of evil people who want to do evil things they know exactly where to go and they know that what is it nine times out of ten ninety nine percent out of a hundred of our schools that they'll be able to do enormous amount of damage and it just seems to me if we truly love our children and we do that we need to insist that there be some kind of protection in these facilities in in these schools again i'm not casting aspersions on on the school system what i'm saying is i know exactly what you're talking about and they have a.
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"Let's go to as it's zan philadelphia pennsylvania the great wntp yeah i mark what is your name it is van because has a very good high tom kerry what was that the right ahead well i am a uh a sophomore in um high school and uh at our school there is no security at all i'm surprised nothing has happened yet honestly it's uh it's really bad uh almost all the windows or glass you know um dude it's easy just to proper door open and it's it is no warm system on the doors and we have no security it's probably won't raise a good point i sit here listen to you you're a sophomore you somebody's kid and we send all of our kids into these these government schools under these facilities are and so if you of evil people who want to do evil things they know exactly where to go and they know that what is it nine times out of ten ninety nine percent out of a hundred of our schools that they'll be able to do enormous amount of damage and it just seems to me if we truly love our children and we do that we need to insist that there be some kind of protection in these facilities and in these schools again i'm not casting aspersions on on the school system what i'm saying is i know exactly what you're talking about and to have a hall monitor or teacher at the front asking people they sign up for passes that's crazy that does nothing.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston's clergy sex abuse scandal former boston street priest paul shanley will be released from prison later on this week shanley served twelve years in a sentence for child rape wbz's ben parker tells us shanley's victims and their advocates are outraged seoul awaiting final reports the middlesex the as officers to qualified examiners have concluded that surely does not satisfy the legal criteria to be considered a sexually dangerous person troubling news twitter individual garabedian tie after respectfully disagree with that given sexually abused upon dozens of innocent children over decades and decade clergy sex abuse survivor phil savvy ought also of the image of shanley's release could trigger trauma for those he hurt the childhood memories were so horrific and so in banded that when the least expect is something with trigger them memory ben parker wbz newsradio 1030 shanley will have to register as a sex offender a new report from bu researchers shows a high incidence of brain disease in former football players the numbers alarming the story from wbz's doug cope of one hundred eleven former nfl players brains study by boston university research searchers one hundred ten ninety nine percent showed signs of c t e of degenerative brain disease cte could lead to confusion depression and dementia dr anne mckee it'd be used says we need to get on top of this disease what we need to do i think it's come together to really understand this disease identified living people stop the player from being exposed.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"An official ever charged in the church's sex abuse scandal a new b you report shows a high incidence of brain disease and former football players the numbers are alarming the details from wbz's doug cope of one hundred eleven former nfl players brain studied by boston university researchers one hundred ten ninety nine percent showed signs of c t e of degenerative brain disease cte can lead to confusion depression and dementia dr anne mckee it'd be you says we need to get on top of this disease what we need to do i think is come together to really understand this disease identified living people stop the player from being exposed to the injuries that are occurring and learn how to treat the disease ninety one percent of college football players brains examined also showed signs of ct doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time six twelve we check sports because we have to even after a tough red sox loss known half do well now after we have to hear the gory details adam kaufman as in the ticket com sports studio let's hear it all right jeff while the red sox lead knees down to one game on the anc he's following their fourth straight loss disappointing 65 collapse in thirteen innings in seattle just after three am boston rallied from threenothing depths it took four three lead in the sixth after hanley ramirez homered dustin pedroia doubled home to and jackie bradley jr picked up an rbi single mariners evened the score in seventh socks when up again in thirteenth wednesady leone singled in ramirez doug pfister in leone combined to give it back with wild pitch in the bottom of the inning john farrell did they get their signals crossed or what knaw there was lacrosse a you know as well as though was pitching the end of the third inning a work he was sufficient bonner ground good breaking ball in some key counts uh he pulled a fastball tools glove side and unfortunately saying he can't get a glove to it and they're in there and they tied up in underground only little the infield after walker's nato is the difference gene score drove in the winning run series finale today at through 340 raphael dever's went over for two walks in a.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of one hundred eleven former nfl players brain studied by boston university researchers one hundred ten ninety nine percent showed signs of c t e of degenerative brain disease cte could lead to confusion depression and dementia dr anne mckee it'd u says we need to get on top of this disease what we need to do i think is come together to really understand this disease identified living people stop the player from being exposed to the injuries that are occurring and learn how to treat this disease ninety one percent of college football players brains examined also showed signs of mm ct doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time five thirty nine and we say good afternoon ammari blake today she's in four rod fritz with market wrap good afternoon and we have solid earnings reports from several big companies helping drive stock index is to more record highs mcdonald's rose four point eight percent caterpillar climbed five point nine percent both reporting results that easily beat analysts forecast calls it a hong cambridgebased biogen the thirdlargest life science company in massachusetts vested it said second quarter expectations with total revenues a three point one billion dollars that is a six percent increase over a year ago the growth attributed to an increase in the company's multiple sclerosis franchise barnes and noble meantime soared sixteen point nine percent after an activist investor announced that he had purchased a stake in the struggling bookseller and urged it to pursue a say air bags posted gains today citigroup rose two point nine percent and japan lee says it sales rose during the second quarter as it worked on recovering from past food scares but noted that recent events show it still has a lot of opportunity to improve its operations to partly shares of drop roughly eight percent since the beginning of the year and that's marketplace wrapped in for rod fratesi mary blake wbz newsradio 1030 thank you mary other news recovering this hour the legislature's transportation committee is considering a bill that would name a portion of causeway street four celtics great bob cousy wbz's lana jones reports of fan pitch the proposal during a hearing in this afternoon on pecan had retired sports writer harvey robins calls it an oversight that couzy has not already been recognized his a great accomplishment since credible career thirteen.
"ten ninety nine percent" Discussed on LI News Radio
"You have to providing comply with those things i mean had a client the other day you know just do was looking for some transfers in the look at some bank statement we had a provided narrative of whether money what it's not difficult it's not hard you just have to do it some testes we we is ten trustees in this district some marleau many zero some all about harder you know we know gone yan one that we have to give a little bit extra effort in or explain a little bit more to an ones we know we know the case is going forward you know whether you know what we want to kind of prep up going forward but it is the dead is responsibility that of a trusty doesn't investigation that they've got to you know show books record you know if they looking for some type of transfer asset three can explain you know that crime and you know that far fetched example well i transferred a house to my friend two years ago we have any paperwork on it now how much to give you know you know anything about it now you know things like that those can become problematic issues the failure to disclose an asset in your bankruptcy him and i've talked about a case rata got represented a client and then do is bankruptcy he came retain me afterwards rep who didn't disclose that had a couple of businesses those all have to be disclosed if you failure to disclose any of those assets those can be a basis to object tea just judge now you know and finally the other one would being is that you gotta discharged in the last eight years obviously you can't get another discharge now most of these things should never ever problems ten ninety nine percent of the individuals filing a chapter seven the warriors should make sure headed time what's going on what needs to get down det the proper paypal work is set up and that everything is done properly i mean listen of trusty asked for some backup information i'm going to be on yeah i'm going to tell you give it to make but explain it out let's show where the issue what was in it's not an on comments saying.