28 Burst results for "Terri"
"terri" Discussed on Heartbroken with Falen
"And so I'm a mess. I am crying nonstop. My parents can't figure meal I can't I'm not telling him obviously. my dad wasn't around as much because he was working, but my mom. I was with her a lot. and. She's like what is wrong and I'm like nothing it's just you know so and so his name I told her, we just are having a fight whatever. And That was that. And you know he tried. I had still had runs. That I would go and see that lived in the same dorm him. And obviously, this was probably a month later where I was over at but not really over it. And he would try talk in me literally would come knocking on their door because he'd see my car in the parking lot and he'd go down to her room and. Ask for me. I'm like, what do you want from me? Yeah. What do you want? In I had absolutely zero time for him I'm like, no I'm done. I don't WanNa talk to you I don't WanNa. See You 'cause I, still loved him like I was still madly in love with them. So you thought right lakes, you're the one right Anna. Saw I had a really hard time with it. For probably about six eight months I mean I still have a hard time with what happened as far as what I did. but the relationship like totally over right I was over at like six eight months later but I still carry around that guilt in that pain of. I. Don't know what I did basically and I'm very Christian. So I, you know I'm I'm Catholic. And of course I was. I went and confessed. I confess to a priest I went you know I did what I thought I needed to do to a tone. But how do you really atone for something like that you in my mind you don't. In I think looking back on it, I was so young. And I I was.
"terri" Discussed on Heartbroken with Falen
"You know I would talk to him every night and we would talk about it to each other but it eventually got to the point where he was telling me what he thought. I wanted to hear and he was right. It was what I wanted to hear right. So over that week. We talk about it and then one particular day. I, call him. After he's done with work and I'm like so I wanNA talk about this and make a decision we've gotta do. We've got to do something and he said you know here's here's what I want to do. And he laid out plans of how he wanted us to get married. He was in the air force like a had said. So he was going to request to be stationed overseas 'cause that was something he wanted. And part of the reason why he enlisted in the first place. So I, you know who at nineteen doesn't want to go overseas, right? Yeah. and plus with somebody that you feel like you truly love. And I. I was all like, Oh yeah that's great. I'm totally down with that and. He played on that and basically was like, yes, you know we we can do this. We can get married I I'm GONNA put in for my orders. and. Then when the time is, right, we will have our children. And? He basically had me all wrapped up in this fairy tale and then. Had ME. Excited over it and then brought dropped on the drop the ball on me when he said. Yep We're you know but I still want you to do this. So, we decided together now and I was not happy about it, but it was a decision that. I thought we both were. Fully in roast in and he's like because I did find a place that we can go. I'm like seriously you've even got a place. He's like, yeah, I scheduled an appointment for you for next week. Words came of his mouth did you did your heart to sink? Oh my God i. Like. The lump in my throat I wanted to cry because saying it and actually dwayne going through the motions of completing completing. It was a totally different thing. So that, that was the hardest thing for me and I felt like I was I still felt like I was being pushed into it. Great, knew that if there was just no way going around, he did if I wanted to be with him, he would not want to have the baby. and. I knew that everything he was saying made sense. You know it wasn't time no, it wasn't time we were young. Yes we were. I wasn't married There was a time in a place you. So everything he was saying was making sense and I went along with his plan. And so the next week.
Court hearing for accused Philadelphia cop killers is delayed when a defense lawyer goes into labor
"With the murder of Philadelphia Swan Sergeant James O'Connor went into labor in the courtroom. And so final arguments in the preliminary hearing have been delayed Our crime injustice. Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has the story as prosecutors are wrapping testimony with the detective, A pregnant defense attorney began to shake her water than breaking in the courtroom. Judge James De Leon called it life in the works and postpones final arguments for the case to the middle of November. Sergeant James O'Connor was shot and killed in March while serving an arrest warrant and authorities in charge Tucson Elia below Mitchell and Kalief Sears with his murder, saying the trio fired dozens of times. SWAT team as they tried to execute an arrest warrant. Another man who they say was inside that apartment, Sherman Easter length, faces gun and conspiracy charges. Prosecutor Joanne Pescatore. We're just disappointed. We want to get the case moving forward. It's been seven months since Corporal O'Connor was murdered, and we just want some resolution into targeting the case moving forward. O'Connor's widow, Terri, who also had delayed her husband's funeral because of the pandemic, said she was too devastated to speak to reporters in center city, Kristen Johannsen K Y. W News radio. It's 308 more pointed
"terri" Discussed on Everyday Guru
"No I agree I ate a lot of it is in your mind you know mind body connection. Absolutely. Absolutely. And I think that's why you're seeing such a shift a holistic medicine Absolutely my friend podcast gets over seven hundred, thousand downloads. Not Coincidence you know Oh, my goodness. That's incredible. Yeah. It's it's amazing. You know she was ready to give up. Her hope that you know Janet you're getting over seven hundred thousand dollars a year. Yeah. So that's that's incredible. People are looking for it. They're searching for it. Exactly they they're they're sick of doctors just WanNa to give third you on drugs wanted to be. Rats in a cage mean. Right that's up and then I think we have to have an appreciation for allopathic medicine b because it does have benefits. But. But it doesn't. It doesn't mean it's. It's the only option that people should look at. You know obviously, if you're you know in in a car accident, you need trauma surgeon there's no question about Oh. Yeah absolutely. Yeah. Invest has its place but. Have to be the end all be all exactly. Exactly you know. To to take responsibility and to not have an expectation that someone or some thing is going to heal you. Oh Yeah. Oh absolutely, and that's the thing you need. You need more than one. Expert. You can have a team I remember when I did volunteer work at a an organization that helped people with mental illness. Well, the Lou one of the local health clinic. They were like kind of word that we're going to take all the mentally ill people away from. It's not gonNa work and then eventually realize hey, you know, yeah, you know the play that volunteered for they couldn't bill for this that and the other thing I mean we when like they were medical practice so Mean and realize you know you can coexist. You don't you don't always have. Your against the attitude you know what I mean right it's just really important to have a holistic approach, any illness and disease you can work together. You know you don't. Have to be, competition. So. Yeah. So what?.
"terri" Discussed on Everyday Guru
"Everybody, this jared the every day. Guru I with me tiffany. Hey everybody and I have with me Terry. J She had. An intuitive medium and pet psychic. Fell out start off the interview I just WanNa. Share my audience wants to know how did you discover your intuitive abilities abilities. Well about thirty years ago I was doing horseback therapy and I picked a child up out of his wheelchair and put him on the back of one of my horses and he said Hey you can out I have a cramp and I said, you have a cramp in your hip here this way it'll take the crap out and he said, Hey, you can hear me and I said well, of course I can hear you it didn't dawn on me at the time that he was completely nonverbal. Are Horseback therapy lesson, and then I took him off the horse and put him back in his wheelchair and he went back to class. So the gala was helping me the volunteer she she said boy, he sure is talking great and I said, well, you know he's very bright. Just cerebral palsy doesn't necessarily mean that he's has an intellectual handicap and she said, Terri he didn't say a word he can't remember and I mean, if I was a horse, I would have done a buck snort. Of those things at one time in their spook and So I went into the classroom and he had typed out on his computer with his head. They put a band run his head with a pointer and he had typed out horse lady can hear me. So I had confirmation Dan when I stood there talking with him I could hear him. Even though.
"terri" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"That's Indian. Terri. Parallel action that present memory. This issue. We complete this. We'll attack Conforti less evil that this will God say yes, Frankie. Well, Vala pork or possibly aunties in the election, Kono's commas and a said they vote. Traffic on the fives. Triple A traffic powered by bouncer Chevrolet Experience the power a bouncer at Bouncer Chevrolet. We have an accident over on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. It's on the eastbound side of the cranberry interchange left Lane blocked off two tractor trailers involved with that crashed so crews not yet on the scene involving the parkway Easy is slow in its what's was fail into the score of hell tunnels. No major delays on the Parkway West inbound just a little bit busy between banks fill in the four pit channels. The outbound side looks like that's moving pretty well. Still, no major delays over on the parkway north on that inbound side. And looks like we have an accident over on the in bound side of route 28 just past that mill veil on rampant around the onramp itself. So just watch for some heavy traffic as you approach Mill veil once you get by. It's been pretty well to the 31st Street Bridge. Our next triple A traffic on the fives at 7 45 from the Presbyterian Seen your car network Traffic center and Kathy Burgers on NewsRadio, 10 20 K T. K. Now, here's state. Up to the minute AccuWeather forecast Brought to you by Ireland. Contracting Call 1 800 new roof or Ireland contracting dot com. Funny shower Today it'll be warm with genitals of clowns and sunshine High 79 tonight turns out cloudy a couple of showers and thunderstorm crossing the area.
RBG's open seat
"The name? No, I've been here. You know about a lot of time to disparage her. Um better. Ginsberg's last words were. I don't want my seat on the Supreme Court field before the president relations. Right. They is not. Her seat is in the Constitution. The sitting president can sew a vacancy in that position at the president nominates candidates in the Senate confirmed right That nomination is legal our constitution and that vacant think it should be filled as soon as possible, calls the judicial It's one of the three higher branches that's correct, and their term begins in October. You know, so it's you do wanna you wanna have a fully stocked Supreme Court because What people forget is if you went out with a 44 tie, the lower court is itjust goes back to whatever that lower court was that with that decision, so you don't really get a true Decision on your own merits Now, you know, you know, people tell about the Ruth Bader Ginsburg See? You know, you know, it's interesting, Terry. You call in on the Terri line. You've got your own line here. You got the terry line, and I'm not going. I'm not going to fill that even if I get someone else call and saying My wish is to take the terry spot and I might give him I'm not gonna give you up, man. All right, buddy. Yeah. What can do that for anybody? Our more cause than you can imagine your show because your show was great. Now you're not going anywhere, Terry. All right, but I appreciate you and be safe out there taking
"terri" Discussed on KOMO
"Terri Cross paths with the group as she headed home from work. She says a protester with an umbrella approached her while she recorded video on a public sidewalk. Okay, what do you march and for? Okay, so I'm black, she says he's being I'm fed up with people causing chaos and violence in the name of black lives matter. I'm just sick of this nonsense. Police say someone threw something into Starbucks, starting a fire inside. Eric Mullen saw firefighters responding Didn't really think too much of it just because There's a lot of fire engines all the time flying through here. Cuomo's Tammy Mitosis reporting coma News Time is 6 34 Let's get another traffic update. Let's uh, see what Evan Smith has to say. Working still on at this collision North bound five to south of Mercer Street. A collision here taking up the left lane with a minor but is slowing in the immediate area. In word of a new issue on Highway 900 both directions Traffic alternate E, just east to South East 109th Street. Due to a collision there with the instant response team and the state patrol unseen, helping you out with that issue and still dealing with added volume on north five between Lacy and G BLM. And westbound highway to struggling the places between bearing and Sultan was found that he also struggling after clay all I'm up towards the summit next couple traffic is at 6 40 for Coney has a very hot forecast. We are tracking scorching temperatures across western Washington with high sky rocketing into the mid upper nineties across many locations.
"terri" Discussed on KOMO
"Starbucks stores. Terri Cross paths with the group as she headed home from work, she says a protester with an umbrella Approached her while she recorded video on a public sidewalk. Okay, What do you march and for? Okay, so on black, she says she's beyond fed up with people causing chaos and violence in the name of black lives matter. I'm just sick of this nonsense. Police say someone threw something into Starbucks, starting a fire inside. Eric Mullen saw firefighters responding Didn't really think too much of it just because There's a lot of fire engines all the time flying through here. Almost Tammy Mortaza protest in Portland continue this weekend has hundreds of protesters gathered in the downtown area before marching to a city county building, which includes members of the police bureau. A riot was declared his protestors demonstrated outside the building this morning. Crowd arrived around 9 30 last night, blocking traffic in the street and chanting black lives matter. While police issued loudspeaker announcement warning the crowd not to engage in violent activities. Some protesters threw rocks, glass bottles at officers, another spray painted and vandalize security cameras. State Department of Health reported almost 750 more covert cases on Saturday. The latest numbers show 746 new cases, 24 new hospitalizations and 11 new deaths. A new report shows that case growth is starting to plateau in the state. During the pandemic. More people are staying home and they're often without air conditioning. If you're out and about it can be a bit uncomfortable to wear a face covering in this warm weather camo Suzanne phone reports and how people are trying to beat the heat on the water near Gasworks Park. A little rose. A goes a long way in the quest.
John Lewis: US civil rights icon's body crosses Selma bridge a final time
"Of the the late late Congressman Congressman John John Lewis Lewis was was escorted escorted across across the the Edmund Edmund Pettus Pettus Bridge Bridge in in Alabama Alabama correspondent correspondent Julie Julie Walker Walker Horsedrawn Horsedrawn case case on on Carrie's Carrie's Lewis Lewis his his casket casket across across the the Edmund Edmund Pettus Pettus Bridge Bridge in in Selma Selma as rose petals line the way symbolizing the bloodshed when he marched across in 1965 and was beaten by Alabama state troopers. This time for his final trip they stood guard is poetic. Justice. Congresswoman Terri Sewell also says his legacy endures. He's laid out the blueprint for us to pick up the baton. And continue his march. Louis his casket will now line repose in the Montgomery capital, where staunch segregationist George Wallace served four terms as governor, while Louis fought for civil rights, will then head to Washington before being brought to Atlanta
Civil rights icon John Lewis to lie in state at U.S. Capitol
"Body of the late congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis is lying in state of the Alabama capital this evening. Earlier, a horse drunk, Hassan carried his flag draped casket over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, one last time. That's where Lewis and other civil rights leaders were savagely beaten by police 55 years ago as they tried to cross the bridge. France Hill was at the bridge today was waiting out there for you. No respect. At a memorial service in Selma this morning, Congresswoman Terri Sewell. We continue to benefit from his life's work. He's laid out the blueprint for us to pick up the baton. And continue his march. For voting rights for civil rights for human rights. Lewis's body will lie in state of the U. S Capitol building Monday and Tuesday, and his funeral will
Body of John Lewis crosses bridge in Alabama, site of 'Bloody Sunday' attack that helped lead to Voting Rights Act
"Is underway across Selma, Alabama's Edmund Pettus Bridge in Remembrance of civil Rights icon and Georgia Congressman John Lewis. It's one in a Siri's of events leading up to his funeral Thursday in Atlanta. NPR's Debbie Elliot is in Selma. Saturday Services honoring Louis were in his hometown of Troy, Alabama, and its Selma's historic Brown Chapel Church once used for mass meetings during the civil rights movement. Alabama's first black Congress woman, Terri Sewell of Selma spoke at the service. I want to thank the family for allowing Selma To say goodbye to John. Thank you, Selma. Final goodbye comes today as an honor Guard escorts Lewis's casket draped in an American flag over the iconic Edmund Pettus Bridge. That's where Luis and others were beaten by law officers as they marched for equal voting rights. Later, Louis will lie in state at the Alabama capital in Montgomery, Debbie Elliot
New Orleans schools to start year with distance learning only
"Orleans, meanwhile, will not have any kids in classrooms until at least Labor Day. As school superintendent Dr Henderson Louis announced. We'll release the roadmap to re opening In early July. We did so with health and well being of our students, our teachers, our staff and their families in mind. Our plan was developed adapt to the changing changing helped helped helped out out out out a a a a trends trends trends trends throughout throughout throughout throughout our our our our city. city. city. Provided Provided Provided ability ability to to pivot pivot to to remote remote learning learning should should the the need need arise. arise. The road map also prioritize in person learning because we believe it is the best way to support the whole child and to help them grow. And while we still believe it, it's absolutely critical to return our Children to the classroom. Unfortunately, at this time, the data is going in the wrong direction. Indicating that we can cannot do Scuse me indicating that we can't do so just yet. Based upon our minds ing of the current critical held down, such as the increase in cases per day and other important factors. We have made the difficult decision To begin school under a distance Learning model in August. This decision applies all Nolan public schools. We're making this year because we are listening to the advice of medical experts and we're committed to help in New Orleans Get back on track. And to help keep our students and teachers healthy, given the current rate of community spread. We know many teachers have concerns about return to school as community spread increase. We want to do our part to help reverse these trends for their sake and the sake of their families by reducing the number of people moving and gathered as best Yes, we can. Moving forward. We will continue to monitor key indicators, including the number of cases Testing capacity. An invocation ofthe community spread to see when we can shift to in person learning. And we're hoping to return our students of school following Labor Day. Based upon a revue up the data at the end of August. While students will be starting learning remotely. This year, school buildings will remain open so that staff they accessed the building to support distant learning and and offer offer critical critical services services and and supports supports the the family family has has needed needed such such as as school school meals meals while while following following the the established established how how In In safety safety protocols. protocols. Making this decision is a critical step toward limiting the spread of covert 19 in our community and get our students back into the classroom as soon as we can. And as we continue to listen and engage with teachers and families, We know that this decision will bring calm to some Doing his uncertain time and present new challenges and concerned for many others. That's why we need the help of our entire community. What happens next? We cannot do this alone. Over the coming weeks. We are relying on all new all Indians to do their part to limit the spread of covert 19 in our community. And to ensure that we can return our kids. And teachers together to school in September. Every time you leave the house. Please think of the 45,000 students throughout Orleans Parish. For them. For their futures. And for the future of this great city. I am employing you. Tha mask up. Wash your hands. distance when possible is a home when you feel sick. Return to school. I must say it won't be easy. But it must become our city's top priority. And I don't just mean a party for the people at this press conference here today. I'm talking about every single member of our community. We are resilient. And we are New Orleans and together I know I truly know. That we can do this ST. Tammany Parish announced that schools will resume August 11th with Children pre Kate of fifth grade going to school five days a week in classrooms, but older kids going every other day and alternating on Fridays.
"terri" Discussed on Accelerate!
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"terri" Discussed on Accelerate!
"I think one of the key points from the report for me was to the point you just made is that? The what you call it, a presentation, saying mistakes made within presentations are really mistakes. Get made just in conversation sales in her basic sales interactions it could be. On a one on one presentation or conversation, or it could be hey a one too many. But you know winging it. Being. Informative versus persuasive. Misusing the water. Down the list of mine, they all ply equally as well in just this one thing. We're having a a buyer. Absolutely grade couldn't agree with you more in. The two year point exactly the misnomer about the worst public speaking presentation skills is that people think it means you're speaking to a large group? The size of the audience is irrelevant. The most significant presentations typically take place one on one or small group, but does that mean that your verbal communication skills are any less significant now and we think. Oh! I've been speaking since I was, too. It's not a big deal, but just like anything you have to practice to find the right words to. To to finesse your languaging to you to beautifully tell a story in the context of your message, you know that it's all dependent on verbal communication skills, presenting and that communication aspect that we think oh Gosh I've been doing this since I was too. I don't have to practice, but this is how this study results. Just identify what the pain points look like when you don't really practice I. Guess is really to your point. Your or you don't learn from your learn from your experience. I mean this is how you talk about somebody being boring boring boring. Times. Do you need to be boring before you begin to understand that? Hey, I'm not converting of these. We're not closing deals off. These opportunities are making these presentations are having these interactions. why is that. Yeah, and one of those painful moments can come from a simple practice session. doesn't even take that much a technology anymore. You could bust out your iphone, your cell phone whatever and just do a role play with your spouse while you're sitting at home at secure at home status anxious, have your spouse or significant other. Even your kids listen to you do a role play, and then just listen to the playback, and you know sometimes. I think people who my gosh. I just didn't think about what that sounds like to something else. Well in some cases, yeah, find useful. Is Right it down right if scranton scripted initially. You. Don't say you're not gonna read from a script, but you're right down. You Force yourself to say okay. Do I have a story of a through line logic line that the flows here? They even make sense. This is why because things always come out differently when you're trying to explain it, versus when you say okay to write it down after my logic, wind up in place. And is falls under obviously on winging. It is if you don't go to that level of preparation. Think. About how many opportunities do you have actually have this type of interaction with a buyer group of buyers, and if you invest it all the time and effort to get that lined up and then you go in without preparation. has all the gory or misusing? When we talk about misusing the lifetime, it makes me think of that Winston Churchill quote, so he says like if you want me to speak for two minutes, it's GonNa..
"terri" Discussed on Accelerate!
"Get the message across efficiently effectively, and then also of course to create those winning opportunities for both the presenter analysts are so there was a lot of really. I think just media, helpful data that crosses over a generation product service, or cause in in lots of different ways, so yeah, let me know what you want to dig into. I'll be happy to share some of the nuggets. Well we well, so so it's a server overlaps with. You know very renewed emphasis over the last handful of years about telling. And and you can sort these storytelling star woven into some of the some of them stakes, but not explicitly called out so. What's missing their? Why? Why isn't this ability tall story one of the mistakes? So when you look at how to craft the logical persuasive presentation, there are three benchmarks that we always consider the first benchmark is. Now you have to remember. My background is in speech and debate, so I'm always looking at an overall presentation through this lens of case, creativity and delivery so when you're looking at someone's case, points their talking points. You're saying what is it you're trying to prove or say? What is the evidence to support that? What is the evidence? What are the numbers? Where's the logical analytics to support what it is that you're driving? The. Second Component is your your creativity that that is where storytelling with lip storytelling lives under the house of creativity. It's how you then take some of that. Those case points those arguments that data the evidenced lives in case, and you bring it to life under that house of creativity. It's creativity. We're not just trying to tell a story. The story has to have meaning how many of us have been to a cocktail party or somebody's telling the story in your life. Where are they going with us? how do we make that story? How direct meaning that's time to the science or evidence of our keys points, and then the third piece of that, which does kind of tie in, but also separated out. Is that element of delivery? No, are you speaking in your own authentic voice, and are you a great storyteller that has a lot to do with everything from your visual aids to where you drop in a your anecdotes, your humor, your drama, your colloquialisms, your personality that'll lives in the house of delivery, so totally agree that storytelling is a piece of it, but if we're looking at the overall structure of what makes dynamic and persuasive presentation, it's really a very small piece of a bigger puzzle which is tied to that case again, creativity and delivery Well the number one was take the on list and I is winging it so getting back to this point about storytelling, and so on us is. Lack of preparation is GONNA kill your chances of having a successful presentation right so and with for sales professionals for those the best. Make our living in sales you. You have to do the best that you can with the amount of time that you've been. You've been given so sometimes. We have a lot of prep time, and sometimes we're presenting on the fly. So when I love about my kind of my background training, speech and debate is debate is really about soundbites, sound sound by sandbars. How craft the logical persuasive message in the shortest pure shortest period of time, so we use a framework that if you imagine, it can be expanded or contracted based on how much time you have to share that message, so think of it like an accordion right, so if I how many of us have gone into a meeting and we thought we had thirty minutes to deliver a presentation or having meeting and. And then the decision maker says Gosh I've got a lot of my play. Can we do this about fifteen minutes? And so using a more flexible structure gives you that capability to still hit all those sealion and important talking whites, but to contracts the message and still hit those talking points still story tells still still convert in a shorter period of time and I and I think that's where it gets fun, but again you have to know you have to know all the basics before we get into this place of pivoting your messaging to adapt to time and circumstances and let alone now. We're trying to pivot to video platforms in video technology. So, let's go back to the role of the presentation itself because there's some difference of opinion about how important. These sort of final sales presentations are even how relevant they are I. Mean I know. My experiences has fewer and fewer. Companies are finding themselves in that situation where they have to do so this final bake off in my experience when I was selling de. Do it all the time, but. Is still as relevant and really. What's the objective at that point I mean you talk about logical persuasive? How persuasive dearly need to be I mean if I sometimes I and this is a mistake I. See people make us. They given these presentations and they're introducing new information. which should have been covered earlier in the selling process? which then creates a whole nother? Set of issues that need to be dealt with. In your opinion, what's what's really the purpose of? Such a great question and the answer is back depends. It depends on where you are right, so if I'm if I'm a CEO and I'm launching an IPO street I might get a total of seven minutes all in to make a presentation soldier. You're doing the best. You can to know as much as you can. Before you walk in the door, but then you're doing this like seven minutes you're. You're doing QNA and you're out because the next person on your tail right so that would be a presentation scenario where you better a pretty tight presentation. You're not sitting down doing an exploratory. Qa at that point. It's not a conversation. The conversation comes after on a sales environment. Though we be a product service, whatever when the three dimensional so you talked about is yeah. You get to that. I find that many. Oh, I! Find that increasingly. See these early stage demos slash presentations. People make which I said earlier sort of qualifying tools. That's and again. That's a demo scenario, but for example I'll give you I can give you like five five or six different examples just depends on where you are, but. Let's pretend let's go. We'll do one of each. We've got case. I'm sorry. We've got a product or service for cost depending where you are, and what your company does our example. If I'm selling a product in I, AM A. I am a vendor for a large designing a tool, system or product, Li- everything from a drapery.
"terri" Discussed on Accelerate!
"State of Sales Presentations, twenty twenty. And Antares joining me today on sales enablement episode, seventy six to have a conversation about what are the common sales presentation mistakes? Professionals make most often in today's market. And Taranaki get into it. The world has changed just a little bit even after she had finished this research. But not affect, is that the relevance and importance of many of the recommendations that she makes for? Sellers have been actually amplified by the pandemic, so we'll talk about the nine common mistakes details presenters really have made forever and I made her. Let's do these back almost twenty years ago, and whilst talk about the three new common mistakes, she's found largely driven by an over reliance on technology and a failure connect with the audience on a human level. And we'll dive. It's a really interesting finding in her research that the amount of product training Asala receives indirect proportion to the number of presentation mistakes that they make. There's a very good reason for that, so be sure to check that part out so all this and much much more, but before we get to Terry. I WANNA. Remind you to subscribe to this podcast review. Listen to it, and he's ascribe which certainly appreciated if you could also give us your feedback about how we're doing in the form of a review, so thanks. Also lastly, if you haven't already connect with Lincoln, please do that's linked in dot com slash in slash real Andy Paul. All Right? Let's jump into it. Terry welcome to the show. Thank you, Andy for having me. It's a pleasure to be here a pleasure to have you here. So where are you sheltering in place sheltering in place from beautiful in Newport? Beach California so cowgirl. Newport beach very nice very nice. Yeah, you. You spend some time in San, Diego. Santa State University Gas Speech Communication Grad go as tax for. All the alum out there. So very fortunate to grow up in southern. California and you know. I went there because they had one of the top speech in debate teams in the country, so it was a great program, great school and loved loved being part of that. And, so what? What are things like? In Manhattan, so at sill served dense pack, but the streets are eerily empty. What are things like Orange County? Yes, Oh, my office is located on Balboa Island which. You know in a kind of like a little sub area of Newport beach, and they literally shut down the island, so it was barricaded, eyeless, your resident or had. An opportunity letter that gave you as an essential businesses to show up, and so you can park. It was just so quiet so with Spring break and this beautiful weather that we've been having normally it would be jam packed with people, and it's like a ghost town, so it's a little. Yuri yet is. Yeah I know we're. We're taking steps. I know here in New York and California to step by step so. Yeah hopefully before too long we can back to somewhat. Whatever normal is going to be next, not sure what that is, but Back to something like that I know we're all doing exactly what you are doing. Right, which is just trying to stay connected and keep things moving forward in spite of this kind of shelter in place experience. It's crazy. It's like the twilight zone. Well and be safe when we go out I, think that's that's the. My wife has a lot of colleagues who are. Physicians on the front line here in new. York and And chest one who works in DC with Kobe patients? What's the? What she could do for her, and she said now. Just make sure no one else comes to the hospital, so we're the masks. Be careful. That's doctors. Nurses wants they know more patients coming in. If we can help them at that perfect so absolutely. Yeah, so you've you've written or boards. Actually Call the State of sales presentation twenty twenty. Serving update, it seems like a little bit of something that you've done a number of years ago and Yes is interesting because. Sales, presentations now taking on. A different meaning to some degree here in the environment working remotely suddenly. If you're accustomed to being in front of the customer, you could see the body language could see their faces in a way. Know making that presentation that immediate feedback. You're entering an era where he started have less of that for sure, but to your point report than someone is. Still some of the mistakes and comics, people making making presentations still still exist regardless of the medium. Absolutely I think all things are involving so optimally. Exploring what makes a winning presentation is passionate, a mandate for us at shooting communications as we move, consult sales organizations on how to expand their reach while adapting to never changing marketplace in so. One of our evolutionary steps was to kind of revisit a research study. That I did on my gosh later, not almost twenty years ago, so I launched national study to ask this question are the original nine mistakes that we identified in back in the early two thousands. Are they are those nine biggest sales presentation mistakes still happening, and if so, why if not? Why not? Where they're mistakes that had fallen off the list rather new things that were added, and what could we learn? What could we gain from that reflection? And it started out as a small pilot study, and many grew to a formal research project that I, did in combination with a PhD the head of the Communications Department at San, Diego State University and how we gathered the data. What made it so much more significant? Is that I really? Really made a commitment you this theory of no research about us without us so I only garnered the data brought businesses, sales professionals, whose livelihood is dependent on their ability to build and deliver a persuasive presentation.
David Price opts out of 2020 MLB season
"Lefty David Price, who announced he is opting out of the 2020 season, citing concerns about his health. And the health of his family. He'll forgo just about $12 million in salary. The NFL
How to pick financial products (and avoid analysis paralysis) - burst 01
"Income that can sense. And how we doing without giving up. What's important to us? That is the question and this podcast is getting the S. My Name's Terri Kundun. My Partners Ryan went ahead and welcomed the passive income projects.
"terri" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"Heo Veronica Dagger and this is the Wall Street Journal Secrets of wealthy women where women share how they tackle career money and the world today we're talking to Terry Jackson the executive. Director of the Women's National Basketball Players Association. That's the union that represents professional women. Basketball players in the WNBA basketball is personal for Terry. Her husband Jaren Jackson senior played in the NBA for thirteen seasons and their son. Jaren Jackson Junior is in his second season as a power forward for the Memphis Grizzlies. Terry is known for her. Slam dunks when it comes to negotiating contracts for the female players, but recently she's had a switch from offense defense as the league deals with the financial fallout from the corona virus shutdowns. She's here to tell us how she's managing her players union amid this very difficult time in sports had to stay on your negotiation game in this tough environment. and. Terry. Welcome to secrets, Hi, Veronica, thank you. Thank you so much. That was a tremendous introduction, and and just thank you for inviting me to to this podcast the conversation because the ability to to talk about my work and talk about the players and highlight them spotlight them. As is what it's all about, so so thank you. Oh, it's our pleasure. We're thrilled to have you terry. You're a lawyer by training. So how did you go from getting your law degree to becoming the executive director of the Women's National Basketball? Players Association Oh, my goodness Let's see so the short version of that story is while I was a young associate practicing for a firm In new, Orleans, we had free research time I was researching title nine and I was learning more about the rags and learning about the cases I would pull every article that I could, and before you knew it I had a folder and then a box in a couple of boxes worth of research that my husband would say. What are you GonNa do with all that and and I said. I don't know maybe one day I'll teach a class and I guess I hit said that too many times, and he said well. Can you do it already? and so I put this class together. I had the opportunity to teach at two lane. I called my class women sport, and that's really how it all kind of started for me so i. go from being litigator to being this professor teaching this class that she loved I was at a mystics game and somebody said to me hey, did you hear that the University of the district? District of Columbia's looking for legal counsel for the Athletic Department and I'm like what does that even mean so?.
"terri" Discussed on The Big 98
"The White Yoakum or Terri Clark for sure you met Terri Clark have you guys done a Bobby jazz so that's an easy one didn't that they that out is it over the phone and maybe never but not no following the story yeah it's like I'm for sure you met Terri Clark like members she was over at your house on Tuesday I don't know why don't remember that I sure is true I want to say he's been here before so I've met him youth her serve that end the violin to what you'll come I have never met the guy I've met everybody that's come into the studio so I'm saying is Dwight Yoakum you've never met him before any I don't think you've met Travis Tritt one of the things that men the others who I've heard you talk about Terri Clark meet her backstage at an awards show never have so I know that did not happen yeah I did not have a yeah and you said how lovely she is and so the White Yoakum you will talk to him at like the Opry in Houston ever happens we should we should have you in on the show because I'm a huge fan and you talked to Eddie about how cool would be to have Dwight Yoakum in here Travis Tritt you've set on the arm and we should have Travis Tritt in here but he has never come in and I don't know if he lives in town or be just lives out of state so you've never met met Travis Tritt okay what all those stories are made up so those those Ryan accurate I only met Terri Clark for the first time last week at the grand Ole Opry yeah I told you I'm at Dwight Yoakum California dirks Bentley show I had a chance I've never met Travis Tritt big family got a Twitter fight once but that's the only time I've ever met Travis Tritt it is was virtually so.
"terri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bit Terri Clark and that's all she was talking about calls no fear it begins to clean and they well he just keep in the there's no one that is Terri Clark here Clark mentioning Justin that she is going to be doing Instagram lives we're gonna be talking about the trend of.
"terri" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies
"Terri. Watkins and Terry has been recognized. Nationally in business insider for article on controlling your brand and in two thousand eighteen. She was listening. Don't up city as a trusted marketing. Visor HER COMPANY. Spin frogs is now recognized nationally through the American Marketing Association and she is served clients as far away as Africa in. Twenty Nineteen. Terry became the first person in North Carolina to be a certified knowledge business broker with Tony Robbins and Dean Graciosa unlike other agencies Ben frogs is a forensic marketing firm that employs a hybrid digital and traditional marketing strategies. That helped shape. The marketing plan were thirty. Five businesses all experiencing growth between ten and twelve hundred percent. She has a sales and marketing training. Course coming up and in the course on do it yourself. Seo and Edwards available for purchase. We'll talk about that later as we move through. But I I want to welcome Terri. Watkins as we talk about marketing equals giving welcome. Terry thank you so much for having me on the show and to all of the listeners or taking the time out of their busy day to tune in this is exciting. I appreciate you haven't oh no. It's my pleasure. Most of us who are in business at one level of the other. We're entrepreneurs are enterpreneurs. Understand that marketing can take us all the way or the lack of marketing can keep his right where we are so tell me more about. This marketing equals giving. Yeah so there's a couple of things that I as really honed in on in the last year or so of of running spend frogs and one of that one of those key components is really identifying heart and so a lot of the people that might be listening to this call right now or maybe working a job that they're not entirely happy with anymore but they're just kinda going the motions because they're counting down the time they have left but they don't really know what they're gonNa do with themselves when they're done they're just counting down the time they have left wherever they are in that. That's great. It's something to be looking forward to. But what I encourage them to do right now is to take the time to get into their heart and figure out what really lights up. What motivates them would inspire them. What's something maybe they wanna try something new that they've never experienced that they think is really exciting that they want to learn more about in starting now divulging that information and figuring it out so that when it comes time that you're done at the company that you're at you have that backup plan and knowing your heart's desire really is a key component to having a successful marketing campaign then allows you to better connect your brand to other maybe nonprofit organizations in the community where you can become a center of giving and when you're a center of giving you attract customers instead of trying to cast a net where you're trying to get your brand in front of everybody you're just pulling them in because you just happen to be in the right place at the right time because you care about that thing and so did they envy your attracting. The right customers naturally organically in droves. And I've seen it happen a couple of times. Now I've worked with about five different organizations. Who put this concept of giving I into their marketing strategy and they've just exploded Through their revenues the resonate through the roof for the year and it because they've really focused on their heart and focused on what what resonates with their heart and their target audience. And how can they tie that all together? Well let me ask the question though. I know that there's some people out there who are definitely interested in doing marketing but they may be feeling that they don't have a lot of extra cash perhaps they're feeling right there. They need to make money in order to give money. Do you counter with? If if your strategy is you can become a center of giving in order to attract. They're saying no we need to attract the become a center. How do you have conversation? Yeah so there is an organization that I worked with in high point who Within a very similar boat. They've they've kept their resources for their marketing. There's nothing last and I came in and I really thoroughly. This is where forensic marketing component comes in and we all can be forensic marketers if we just slow down and read our contracts so what I did is I came in I slowed down. I read Oliver Contracts. I found the areas where we were double dipping in in competing against ourselves in the new space. I- reallocated some of the budget. They were already spending into strategic relationships with nonprofits and so we found the nonprofits that made the most sense for her and she became a donation center so she is not giving. She is using their market. Because they're cross promoting her into their marketing strategy as a donation center promoting them in her marketing in through her social media network and email campaigns and allowed her to gain exposure into a market space that she had not yet tapped into you. Anything cost her anything. She just became that donation center where she became the spot. That people came to drop things off for that number off it in custody thing but it made her money. She got many clients out of doing just that. Well well. That's good now. Let's talk a little bit about forensic marketing so that we have a full understanding. Obviously that means When I think of forensic I think about doing some really good analysis of what's going on in order to determine what happened or what might be happening that's right so when we talk about the forensics. We're really looking at not. Just what is the money that I'm spending on it but we are also looking at? What is the money it's producing but we don't want to only look at the money because the money can be misleading right especially when we're considering social media as a return on investment platform. Social Media's not traditionally return on investment platforms. Social media is meant to be a conversation and generally speaking when you're having a conversation it's organic in nature and it's not a direct. I've spent three hours on social media so I should get X. number of clients out of that does not really have social media. Works so when we're looking at things like our Social Media Marketing. We have to look at other numbers. The exposure the engagement. The new fans Those things all correlate with our return on investment eventually. But it's like any relationship right it takes time to build up gotTa build that trust and that credibility and if you're doing it right Then in time your social media can produce a return on investment. So we've really got to take the time to think. About what number should I be looking at to hold these particular marketing avenues accountable? So social media..
The Very Real Danger Of Spas Offering Wellness
"This is a matter of trust. Spa and wellness operators must be scrupulous when making claims about the benefits of all treatments and wellness experiences. That was a quote from lease Terry. Now Liz is the CEO all Lisu Mea which amongst other things of course publishes Spa Business Magazine and she was referring to a case with champions which is a very famous spiral parade in the UK. Where they were going to be taken to court by the Local Council on. Nineteen separate charges essentially relating to. I guess false claims making claims about the benefits of certain things that aren't necessarily provable. One of the things mentioned was that a particular recipe or particular item on the menu would help reduce the risk of cancer and that as it turned out was a claim that they couldn't really substantiate with medical evidence or clinical evidence or anything else and I think it's a really timely example of the dangers of jumping on board the wellness wagon these days. Every single hotel operator. I talk to once wellness in this spot in the hotel but don't necessarily know what wellness is you know. Yoga and meditation and stuff like that is the the kind of response yet. But it reminded me also a few years ago. One of the big wellness conferences. Everybody was talking about mental wellness. It was the hot topic of that particular year and following. That event was talking about implementing mental wellness in spas. And of course what. I ask them how they're going to do that. What professionals that I bring in training and they're going to do. How are they going to implement it? They said it will just basically try now existing staff on the realities of mental wellness and how to treat it and and I just had. I had a mental breakdown myself just thinking about it. I mean the amount of the amount of potential in something like that to go really really wrong by just taking existing SPA therapist who has no prior knowledge of mental wellness or mental health conditions necessarily and doing a bit of a Google search or during a bit of short-term course and believing that they can then deal with people's mental wellness issues. It's a pretty dangerous road to go down and I see some spas and some hotels trying to go down that road now with all things wellness we gotta be really careful when we stopped making claims about the benefits of what we're offering at of course inspiring wellness will particularly the hotels power and wellness world for longtime. It hasn't been It hasn't been as big a concern. Because the implication haven't been so great but if we're going to tell people eat these foods that I need to worry about your cancer treatment and things like that then obviously you know we're going down a slippery slope. Priscilla so timely advice from lose Terri. I'll put a link to that article in the comments below unlike to hear comments on this because I think it's going on everywhere wellness
Maren Morris could win 8 at CMA Awards
"The CMA awards will kick off with a medley of country hits over the decades with a who's who of female singers host Carrie Underwood Dolly Parton and Reba McIntire Martina McBride Gretchen Wilson Terri Clark Sara Evans crystal Gayle Jennifer nettles tenure Tucker and the high women Merrin Morris has a shot at eight trophies entertainer of the year contenders are Underwood Keith urban Garth Brooks Eric church and Chris Stapleton Miranda Lambert says she wants under what to win I've never won it but I always look for who should win it based on what they've done that you're for country music I Margie's Arla
"terri" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"What I would have to be wired a certain way to walk over here thinking and then walked back to my sing and brush my teeth territorial. Yeah, I'm crazy. I'm not insane. Also, no, I didn't sinks were not made for pissing Nancy Sinatra with say, some some are better than others. But also, I get it wants to seed was planted times twenty two times on the catamaran. Now, you come back, you're sink, and you think you're smelling something so we're on the catamaran, and he was a Danny was explaining to how I how I like to whiz and all the things and how he was he was like Dr meeting in his mouth in a funny way. But he was clearly upset about it. Now at some point it turned into me regaling. How we with these peeing in the sink stores, but untrue. I did not bring it up. And it did remind me of a funny line every once in a while. And it reminds me of a funny line, I say or usually when I'm asleep or something like one time. She woke me up the middle of the night. And she said your snoring and I went. Good. It means I was sleeping. It's all. I it's how sleeping and I just went back to bed. She wants said. Why do you have to p where I brush my teeth? And I said, why do you have to brush your teeth ripe to shape, its very first? Existential. Now if to say. So many we have to think we hopped on the we we hopped on the CAD ran and went out and how he did not go in the water once again and how he's funny how he live up the beard just in Kate. How did not have the beard? He did not have the beard butter for the mask. And his wife. Terri funny all they do is pay for everything. They don't actually do. They don't actually swim or do or do anything else. So they don't drink swim. That don't do anything just pay for everything and everyone else has boozy catamaran ride. Right. So we all had a had a great time. God look at that thing. That's nice pictures of it. Yeah. Yeah. Some below decks shit. Yeah. We're down below deck. It was it's awesome. It's not. It's always awesome. Yeah. The kids the kids go nuts. It's it's also cellphones phone. I wonder how he had to do NFL pick. You know, sunblock has basically destroyed all warm weather family vacations, because every single discussion is just an argument about sunblock like, sweetie. Did you put the no you have to you have to reapply? Yeah. For two hours. I can see the back your ears. Come come here. No. Well, then you didn't do a very good job. You did not know get your tel-. Well, then tell your sister. Okay. It's like this literally some weird kind of bone of contention. That just follows you everywhere. Where's the Sunday? Who's got the sunblock? You didn't know you didn't put it on in the room. You put it on. It's like a never ending argument about sunblock have you ever posited, the strategy of just letting them burn because the reason I'm diligent putting some luck because I've had horrible sunburns. That's a right of passage, but you're getting a horrible up. Never again. They got another eight days in Hawaii with a lobster. Learn. Well, posit the strategy of letting everyone fucking do everything all time. But I'm I'm a one man say for letting everyone learn I feel certain things you have to go through as a young person in order to learn the lesson of oh don't do that. Again. I'm. Look, don't let your phone get turned off you sit at the Bill. E dinner, not so much our kids, but other kids on the trip and stuff, and it's never ending course..
Who is William Barr, Trump's pick to be the next attorney general?
"General attorney general once during George H W Bush who passed away this week's presidency. And served. Most people would not even remember he was Terri general. That's how no controversy surrounded him while he was in office during George H W Bush's term and James Comey FBI director famously fired by President Trump was asked today. What did he think about William bar taking this job here? And he says that he likes and respects Bill bar. He knows he's an institutionalists who cares about the integrity of the Justice department says he sure he'll use these standard career resources. He has to judge what he should be involved in what he should be involved with. So he's actually saying he's a pretty good pick. The problem here is that if you go back and look at what William Moore has been saying about the molar investigation. You can begin to see why the president might pick him to this job. By the way, he's sixty eight years old back in ninety one to ninety three us criticize the investigation echoing pretty much would Donald Trump said when he raised questions about molars team has made political donations to democratic campaigns bar said, quote, excuse me, in my view. Prosecutors make political contributions are identifying Shirley strong with a political party. And he said I would have liked to see more balance on this group. Now, you're it really doesn't matter. If you make political contributions or not it's not a matter of having to disclose this or not you're supposed to follow the law and the courts, whether you're an investigator. Who likes a democrat or Republican? You're not gonna get anywhere with the prosecution unless you have the facts and the evidence to back it up a court injury supports it. So this argument that well. Yeah. Some of these people may have been Democrats. Robert Muller is running the investigation. He's a lifelong Republican appointed originally to his job is FBI director by Republican. Wow. Now, here's the six degrees of separation comes in as you mentioned bar served as attorney general under president, George H W Bush, but in the early nineties he supervised Muller in his work as the head of the Justice Department's criminal division could be seen as any sort of a conflict. I don't think. So I mean, you know, this guy what you say in private life is. What's really funny is that the the people who are star complaining about bar saying, well, look what he said and private life. Well, it's the same thing that the president's complaining about these. Prosecutors look what they did in private life. They gave the Democrats here that should really have no bearing on whether you are following the law and James Comey seems to have confidence in it'd be okay. I think it's going to be a moot point by the time he gets confirmed into office, which will not be this month will be well into next year. And in the meantime, Robert Muller, the Russian investigation machine is is just chugging along with indictments and revelations by the hour. So he could be all done by the time. He gets into office. Yeah. He says he's to sources ABC saying that bars likely to accept the job if it's offered to him. He still has to be confirmed by the Senate will that be an easy easy thing to do Andy. Or you see that being an uphill battle. Republicans vote lockstep. Yes. They've got the votes to confirm anyone they want. They've got fifty three to forty seven majority. So it's every Republican votes. Yes. It really doesn't matter. What the Democrats say in the Senate also, and you touched on this a little bit too supported the president's firing of James, call me, and he's the one who wrote that op Ed piece in the Washington Post that Trump made the right move. So again could come back to haunt or create any sort of conflict. Andy. Well, we'll see, but he wrote the Toby sandbag the FBI leadership and engaging grave usurp shin of a sorority in handling the Clinton Email probe. It's amazing. The the FBI ended this Email investigation more than two years ago. And we're still talking about James Comey went up today to testify closed door session. In for house. Republicans who will lose the power to ask anyone to do this in about two weeks two or three weeks and publicly they've been saying we want to know what sparked this investigation into Donald Trump. Why why suddenly we you so interested in these Russian connections when we think that the evidence supporting it originally now not now because we know much more about it. But originally was pretty flimsy, according to Republicans and James Comey walks out of the session today and said, well, they pretty much just asked me about Hillary's Email ask anything else. And we saw were that way. Right. Thank gosh. Anywhere before we let you go. You just said the investigation is chugging along. And it is do you see any big progress or any big announcement by the end of two thousand eighteen or before the end of the year? Boy, I wish I had a crystal ball. This is this is an interesting nothing leaks out of the molar investigation. This is the most watertight ship of any investigation. I think we've seen in many many years here. He is the only way you ever hear from wherever Muller is a paper that's filed on a court usually late on a Friday afternoon. Which is why we are talking about this late on a Friday afternoon pretty much every week. Which is why we thank you for being our first guest as always. Eddie. Thank you get some sleep and on again. Are you to that is the great ABC news? Andy Field who is a tireless in his reporting. And we think time it's been a very long day for him on Capitol Hill. More after this on seven twenty WGN. Introducing the amazing iphone
"terri" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"More than a dozen states have threatened to sue over california's clean energy goals the state is trying to force insurance companies doing business here to come clean about investments in fossil fuels the oklahoma attorney general's office is leading the effort to stop that at crowd like they were going going out the energy he at ccri publiclyowned spokeswoman terri watkins says the thirteen states are considering a lawsuit to stop the initiative in california the gold wired to haikou open a line of communication and here countries could be gone without having to go that far antara mullin back kfi news the la coliseum has to new additions to its core to the honor john the no eight samuelson won the inaugural women's marathon in 1984 which ended at the coliseum she says she ran into the final tunnel with one thought going gonna come out on a sunday morning to watch a bunch of women line twenty i explained to lyle's little and i literally heard the crowd get till it's vote before i entered the coliseum olympic rowing medallist and needed to france was a vice president of the organizing committee for the eighty four games yasser around the olympic village it usc she says she's pleased with the placement of her plaque at the court of honour be next rafer johnson n and also on the other side had joan on the other side it just incredible my my hero and hero annoyed samuelson and defrantz are the first women to be added to the court of honour in fifty six years former homeland security secretary jay johnson says ballots were not altered in the election meddling that intelligence agencies have blamed on russia and the russian government at the direction of ladimir putin himself orchestrated cyber attacks on our nation for the purpose of influencing our election that is a fact plain and simple johnson till the house intelligence committee he was that set to find out that the fbi knew about the hacking of democratic emails before dhs was informed he says dhs offered to help protect the democrats computer network but the party declined the offer y'all says several states turned down help voting protecting rather voting infrastructure.