21 Burst results for "Thiessen"

How to Coach Your Sales Team with Jeb Blount

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:55 min | 10 months ago

How to Coach Your Sales Team with Jeb Blount

"I'm your host, Daniel Tardy, and today my guest is Jeb Blunt. Jebsen author speaker, but he's not just one of those motivational gurus. The last thing we need is more hype around this topic we need real answers we need real people, give it a solutions for not just how to sell stuff not how to push things on people, but actually how to serve. At entreleadership teach. Doing sells well as it's all about serving people. And that's what JEB beliefs. Lot of organizations are doing this while they're serving their selling growing and some organizations they're not because they're actually spending less time selling, serving and spend a lot more time just talking about it. The problem for a lot of small business people and I was there I, love the corporate environment and started my own business is that you plan to plan to plan to plan to sell. So you spend more time trying to get your business cards set up than you actually do trying to go out and get customers. So entrepreneurs are the first people. And if you are an entrepreneur businessperson, you're always going to be the number one salesperson for your organization. You can't ever forget that. So for small business people acquiring customers and keeping customers is the number. One thing you do. That's how you make an impact organization and is how you scale and if you don't do those things very well, everything else doesn't matter. I want to talk about the art of sales and how that works in a second. But in let's stay with this idea that small business and entrepreneurs you know these guys figure out they figure out how to sell. You know an oftentimes I'm visiting with the founder of a small business who you know they are still selling actively and they're actually kind of getting stuck because they can't go work on the business and build the operations and lead and build a team because like you said, they're still there number one sales person. There's this tension of will bring in revenue. How do I let that? Go while I go build the business well, that goes back to. You can't scale yourself. So if you're going to run a business you have to at some point, elevate yourself to a leader that doesn't mean that you you're not selling anymore because in my business deals in the line myself people bring me in and sometimes I'll be the person that pushes it over. But the goal is to coach them to the point and grow them to the point where they don't need me because my whole goal is leader to make myself obsolete and the people don't need me into deal however, I think that is the inflection point for every small business as when does the business owner in the entrepreneur move from doer right to scaler and Listening to your podcast with Dave that you did a couple of three weeks ago and you know he's talking about not barring money or not taking the sea. So when you're growing slow as he says and I'm a business that grew slow with no debt no, no capital no investors get free. You know the point is that you have to there's pain in that scale, and the hardest thing that you're going to do is higher for a salesperson. You're probably going to fail and then when you have the second salesperson. The third salesperson you're probably GONNA fail until you find the right person. Why is that? Why? Why do you have to feel so many times to get it right if you're a really big company and you're hiring salespeople, you have the capital to go and find talent you've got you've got an HR department that does the recruiting for you. You've got a battery of task to bring them in and you have the ability to hire lots of people and maybe maybe heart ten people in three of them work but you're. Still Ahead. But if you're a small business owner and you're selling and you're doing and you're delivering and you're taking care everything and then you're trying to be good at hiring people in professionals that are good. Hiring sales people fail often. So small business people come to me and you know that we coach and they say, well, you know how do I hire salesperson and I say the same thing it's not easy and you're gonNA fail but you need to do it and you need to understand that you're GONNA have. To go through the process until you find that anchor and once you find that anchor then you take care of that person Thiessen which you know, and then go on the next anchor we wanted to be easy. We want there to be an easy button around there's not an easy by around it. There's not an easy button I not an easy button anywhere there isn't, and so what happens though is in then you end up hiring people can see the next steps you hire people and you do you scale yourself. And then one day you walk into a conference room and I've been there and all your people are sitting in a conference room and they're having a conversation about systems and processes and workflows, and all those things and you look around and there's nobody in the organization selling anything and you have to say stop wait a minute. We can be the best organized system company in the world. But if we don't go sell stuff, this doesn't make a difference because we're not creating casual so you moved from balancing your time. Into business versus working on the business to then helping balance other people's time working to grow the business versus working on the business and the problems continue to grow they just they're just different but the fact doesn't change that businesses job is to get and keep customers. That's it. That's number one you do that you're. GonNa win and that's I.

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How to Coach Your Sales Team with Jeb Blount

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:29 min | 10 months ago

How to Coach Your Sales Team with Jeb Blount

"I don't know what feelings come to mind for you when you hear the word sales. Maybe you've been sold to. AB. Something's been pushed on you. You're like a lot of people, your experience with sales as somebody's manipulating you to do something that you don't really want to do. That's gross. Fear, small business owner. If you lead a business, if you're part of a sales team, the truth is you don't have a business if you don't sell. From the Ramsey network this is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders, grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host, Daniel Tardy, and today my guest is Jeb Blunt. Jebsen author speaker, but he's not just one of those motivational gurus. The last thing we need is more hype around this topic we need real answers we need real people, give it a solutions for not just how to sell stuff not how to push things on people, but actually how to serve. At entreleadership teach. Doing sells well as it's all about serving people. And that's what JEB beliefs. Lot of organizations are doing this while they're serving their selling growing and some organizations they're not because they're actually spending less time selling, serving and spend a lot more time just talking about it. The problem for a lot of small business people and I was there I, love the corporate environment and started my own business is that you plan to plan to plan to plan to sell. So you spend more time trying to get your business cards set up than you actually do trying to go out and get customers. So entrepreneurs are the first people. And if you are an entrepreneur businessperson, you're always going to be the number one salesperson for your organization. You can't ever forget that. So for small business people acquiring customers and keeping customers is the number. One thing you do. That's how you make an impact organization and is how you scale and if you don't do those things very well, everything else doesn't matter. I want to talk about the art of sales and how that works in a second. But in let's stay with this idea that small business and entrepreneurs you know these guys figure out they figure out how to sell. You know an oftentimes I'm visiting with the founder of a small business who you know they are still selling actively and they're actually kind of getting stuck because they can't go work on the business and build the operations and lead and build a team because like you said, they're still there number one sales person. There's this tension of will bring in revenue. How do I let that? Go while I go build the business well, that goes back to. You can't scale yourself. So if you're going to run a business you have to at some point, elevate yourself to a leader that doesn't mean that you you're not selling anymore because in my business deals in the line myself people bring me in and sometimes I'll be the person that pushes it over. But the goal is to coach them to the point and grow them to the point where they don't need me because my whole goal is leader to make myself obsolete and the people don't need me into deal however, I think that is the inflection point for every small business as when does the business owner in the entrepreneur move from doer right to scaler and Listening to your podcast with Dave that you did a couple of three weeks ago and you know he's talking about not barring money or not taking the sea. So when you're growing slow as he says and I'm a business that grew slow with no debt no, no capital no investors get free. You know the point is that you have to there's pain in that scale, and the hardest thing that you're going to do is higher for a salesperson. You're probably going to fail and then when you have the second salesperson. The third salesperson you're probably GONNA fail until you find the right person. Why is that? Why? Why do you have to feel so many times to get it right if you're a really big company and you're hiring salespeople, you have the capital to go and find talent you've got you've got an HR department that does the recruiting for you. You've got a battery of task to bring them in and you have the ability to hire lots of people and maybe maybe heart ten people in three of them work but you're. Still Ahead. But if you're a small business owner and you're selling and you're doing and you're delivering and you're taking care everything and then you're trying to be good at hiring people in professionals that are good. Hiring sales people fail often. So small business people come to me and you know that we coach and they say, well, you know how do I hire salesperson and I say the same thing it's not easy and you're gonNA fail but you need to do it and you need to understand that you're GONNA have. To go through the process until you find that anchor and once you find that anchor then you take care of that person Thiessen which you know, and then go on the next anchor we wanted to be easy. We want there to be an easy button around there's not an easy by around it. There's not an easy button I not an easy button anywhere there isn't, and so what happens though is in then you end up hiring people can see the next steps you hire people and you do you scale yourself. And then one day you walk into a conference room and I've been there and all your people are sitting in a conference room and they're having a conversation about systems and processes and workflows, and all those things and you look around and there's nobody in the organization selling anything and you have to say stop wait a minute. We can be the best organized system company in the world. But if we don't go sell stuff, this doesn't make a difference because we're not creating casual so you moved from balancing your time. Into business versus working on the business to then helping balance other people's time working to grow the business versus working on the business and the problems continue to grow they just they're just different but the fact doesn't change that businesses job is to get and keep customers. That's it. That's number one you do that you're. GonNa win and that's

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"thiessen" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"thiessen" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Was like she she comes the next big thing and then she went nowhere Sophie Abboud Ella in in two thousand seventeen she came up and we were like the mummy's girl woo like we were so like Oh Jiminez money yes the mommy yes mummy queen and then like nothing really happened with her but it kind of seems like her deal is that she's just like fucking so good at like fighting like action film. So she's always cast. Yes, she's kind of Kassy's like acrobatic fighting, dancing roles, different monsters and stuff, and like this is Moore that's her schtick select them the the first. Yeah you're right. It's like act. It's acrobatic it's acrobatic stuff but also she's not she's not famous enough nor it looks like. Egotistical enough to worry about someone fucking with her appearance like she looks different in every movie. She's okay with crazy makeup I guess is what I'm saying and prostes. He's kind of like the the the flexible version of kind of yeah. Of like a monster actor like a guy who always plays like monsters who played the monster in the the the women in the guy in the water, the water guy, the water monster what's his name again? Doug Jones Doug Jones Doug Jones Water? Yes. That's. What I say the guy in the water. The shape. Yes kind of like a Doug Jones. The reason why we brought up the stupid is the reason why she? This list is because she got the outdoorsy spawned number we were talking about how? This. Cut It from the episode Deutsche. Zoey Deutch can you imagine keeping as segment? No it's gone. Spawned to like go in a van around the world and like she got this. country. This same spawn and let's be honest. She didn't really leave California's. Think she barely left California's on. Earth I. Love The you cut it. She's so boring. We'll Sophia Botella got the same spun. It's smart spawn. It's this it's. I'm not even really sure what the company does. They do like a rental rental vans really is what it is. Yeah it's RV's, and so she got a rental RV from outdoorsy and she went around and then like drove around Meiomi and Montana took all these photos and all the photos he's like so grateful to outdoorsy for allowing me to like rediscovered the the countryside connect with nature blah. Blah, blah, it makes sense it's smart it's smart spawn but a lot of the of the same because it's like the RV's have like you sleep in them and then they have the. All of the celebrities who do them kind of have the same vibe in the images which is like oh here. Am I beautiful like Pendleton blanket in the backseat of my outdoorsy van and I'm going to open the window and look at this like gorgeous vista in the back like. This. Will definitely get cut. This is like Zoe is asking for like Zoey Deutch's ghost cut this egg. You should keep it though because look at this I'm sorry her three most iconic roles she's playing like freak monsters in. Star Trek beyond she's a freak alien. She's a freak alien prosthetic face lines all over our head and she's the villain in in the mummy. She's a freak mummy usually covered in bandages and like like has a fucked up. She's kind of a hot mummy kind of money and then she's in the kingsman sink sequel and I was like, Oh, she looks normal in the kingsman sequel camera pans down heard legs or knives or legs or knives, her legs or knives. An arguably fees aren't even the hardest job she's ever had was a backup dancer for Madonna. So imagine that's the real imagine how difficult that was. I know. Dancer, for Madonna for a long time, she's in the hung up video and she went on full tour with her for that confessions on a dance. That's shocking to me that it's like real. That's really getting put through the ringer. Can you imagine i? Don't know that's like doing two decades of. Terrible like like a two decades of miserable office job that's the equivalent and like dance career like, Oh, I did I did one summer with Madonna like h twenty years Oh, my God. Here, she is at Craig's with her. She was last year while I was wondering who her boyfriend was. She's like on this in this van with its this guy maybe right if they're still together if they're still together. Last year his name is keen Johnson only had. He's twenty two she's thirty-seven Nice. She dated this boring guy for for many many years while she was like on the come up. So there's really not all that much interesting about her personal romantic life but now she's dating this young guy made I'm sorry, did you read the headline the first lead to this Daily Mail piece? It's insane. She recently started the disturbing drugged out dance horror movie climax but that didn't keep Sophia Botella from enjoying some nightlife on Sunday spotted leaving the popular celebrities Greg's, and how do they think act? How did they going at the dinner works you know? They're like she's not traumatized from her work. She can go to Craig's which I would argue going to craigslist equally traumatize. Okay. Let's move on. Let's move. Let's move on we evolve. fucking slew of pregnancies that we want to rush through. I WANNA. Rush through them. Okay. I'll start with this one because this one I I will go on a tangent here but like and that we can move onto the pregnancies don't K- Jordan Morgan Stewart we've talked about Morgan Stewart and Jordan McGraw Son of Phil McGraw Dr. Phil. McGraw Dr Phil Son, and the girl from E. R. A. P. is. Frightening Yes and this story on E., which is considered the source is bucking crazy and I there's a there's a headline that said why Morgan Stewart and Jordan McGraw. Will. Be Quote Nerdy and I was like click..

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"thiessen" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

06:58 min | 10 months ago

"thiessen" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"An American it's America's next top model meets Michael Clayton I get it I'm in I'm in the cameras were on we'd talk when they were off. I had no communication was allowed. It was uncomfortable. So apparently tires pissed like sociopaths that he wrote this book that is essentially like copy paste of his life and a lot about her and you know what I have to argue I would be pissed to. Hey, it's his life. It's his life to issue. It doesn't. His life to and I think that's the big. That's the annoying thing about this like I can understand why she might be pissed but like all right. She's claiming ownership over his experience has just because she happened to experience them with him and that's unfair like Jay was a huge Jay was like I don't just do make up I'll close for people to rex shoots than me. I'll change the light on a set I'll do everything. So I feel like it's managing man is the aesthetic. Thing everything exactly to think about that show is like yet higher was the star, but I would have stopped watching I. Mean I only watched the first five, six seven cycles and then I like completely fell off but those first cycles like if. Cycle for Jay left or miss j left I wouldn't have watched anymore. They were all equally important like, of course, you need tire. hosted. Magazine model. Actually I barely. Tire. TYRA would like to consider herself like the only person who matters in that show but I don't think she understands like those other people whereas we're. Big like whenever they. What's his face Niles, Niles the photographer to all Nigel Baca Nigel noted fashion photographer Niles Barker. Nigel think it's not Nigel Barker, this book is just so funny because it really is a copy paste job and yes, he obviously is welcome to his own life stories but to to call it fiction and then it's like essentially. The same thing is very funny to me and and celebrities do this all the time. The the advanced praise you found is absolutely amazing. Well, we have quote Jay has a singular voice was manages to be indulgent and gossipy while still incredibly sharp and smart. That is from Vanessa, Williams amazing obviously, and then I clutched my pearls through this page turning read. That's laugh out loud funny. She's a Kiki Darling, it's equally heartbreaking suspenseful and always fast paced. The category is legendary Billy Porter I. Love the category. Category is legendary and then I of course I didn't read the book but I did get some excerpts from Amazon which I think pretty much say it all like I. Don't I didn't think when I saw these I get it. You know like I've I've gotten bobby should we read? Should we read one of these leg? Like, we go back and forth or The fact that she call that he calls Victoria Secret Veronica's privates is so funny which of these blurbs do you think we should read the first the first? The second one where when they're like about to launch show he says, how exactly is this any different from America's next top model or the face, and it's like what? You this this. What He best so And then you're like, okay wait. But if this existed in the same universe as America's top model that means they wouldn't pick up the show because it is the same show like it is the exact same show because it's a fictionalized version of the anyways it's very confusing. It's very, very confusing. Let's read this read the second one about the ice cream scoring the top of the ice cream until she had on her spoon, she began to look like an icicle pop. I've been feeling really low ever since Veronica's privates made a big deal about bringing me into model plus sizes she confided. And when core started in on me tonight, I just wanted to die. You have no idea how hard it is on how hard it is to be me Pablo nodded emphatically when you came along told those skinny bitches off, she bit into her ice cream. You made me feel so much better about myself. How would you feel anything but you're wonderful and I'm actually very insecure icon Kisha stared into the ice cream carton seriously seriously come on Pablo flicker spoon trying to get a reaction I'm not joking around why you looking all sad teasha paused sucking on her ice cream. I was bullied by my brother. Okay. Okay Jay. I. Finished a book that is amazing though I know it's true more than was consigned I bet tyrod paid some to write model and I bet J wrote this book mostly himself. Well, I was like trying to remember I was like is like I know tire wrote a book is at the same idea but no tires book is like fully out out the door like tires book is out of Control Tires book is Louie about like Superhero models in place mall land where everybody's like a model or something named the book is model. I was driving down the FDR. And the idea of. Book series came to my mind. I get asked supermodel what does that mean? You guys have superpowers? And I said you know what? Yeah. So I jotted down. Modeling Boarding School maybe supermodels do have superpowers. So maybe I should do this book. In fantasy land. And Adventure and have magic like these journalists used to joke about. And that's how to land king. Well also, I don't think we talked about it at the time but a few months ago J. Manual was like fully. Complaining about TYRA banks he was making headlines by complaining about work. Haya was copy of conversation because they were all those clips floating around of her being terrible on the show and people being like Oh yeah. Tiro like this show was problematic as fuck here's some reasons why she had that tweet where she was like I'm sorry kind. You know she was colleague hoops. And the other. The other funny thing about this is that apparently the reason why they think Tyrez really mad about this like calling everyone being like don't support this book is because Jay Manual and Miss Jay had an instagram live interview show. I guess up until like throughout the quarantine and I guess they haven't had one since because apparently quote all of a sudden J. received a call that Miss J can't do the chats he pulled out without an explanation hasn't returned calls. They have a close relationship and now all of a sudden he disappeared. So people were thinking tire got to Miss J. Yeah, and also the thing about never she made one of the white models put on black face made suggested. Made it part of the show that she put black phase the white model did it and Jay talked about that he was like that I was creative director. But that wasn't idea that wasn't my idea that was an idea I was uncomfortable with it. That wasn't. Wasn't that like a challenge that was like change races and everyone's like, oh, any up pick any season of that show and like there's going to be a challenge that is questionable at best. In who's next? Oh, we talked about this before which Lindsey found out because back when the mummy came out the Tom Cruise mummy in two, thousand, seventeen, this woman..

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"thiessen" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"thiessen" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Love this story I leave. This story we know him as the the heart, the guy from Kazakhstan model heart of America's next top Model IRA was the brains O. J. was the heart I would say way about miss j? Miss Mystery was the sole the legs member. Mr. because mystery was the legs or the soul I think Jay was always a little kinder. Jay was was sort of the emotional center of that show. That's because looking back tyra was a hard ass for how many things Tyrez reinvented and done and all this I do we have to give tyrod credit because tyrod will take the most absurd ideas than actually like do them and they become a thing like even was her peak. I mean. Yeah. Like America's next top model and the whole story is like you know nobody wanted this show it was but it literally changed it became this. Thing right went on for so many seasons and cycles cycles are in fully defined her career and totally change like competition reality. TV anyways J. Manual has recently written a book and what's really funny to me is that tyrod also wrote a fiction book called model land, which was about leg models and. Super Heroes. Whatever and So Jay wrote a book a fictionalized in your life is like a thing it is. I don't know I'm saying I guess I know it is. Jay wrote his book and it is a fiction book that is very lightly based on his L-. You know it's fully based on his life and it's called the the wig, the bitch and the meltdown you want to read it. I read excerpts. Didn't I'm sorry I didn't buy it and read. The whole thing was only I did not have enough time, but it is about a supermodel named Kisha cash. But just what's really funny as like this is exactly like my life and he's like it's not but let me read you description. Because like it is like hold on let's say. No, no I made it up the WIG, the bitch and the mountain. Tearful look at behind the scenes of the fictional reality reality model competition show model news, and global phenomenon seen through the eyes of our moral compass narrator Pablo Michaels. Of the production is the helter skelter world model news. We see behind the scenes and the backstage of fashion reality TV. World. Quote the Fixer Pablo is the.

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"thiessen" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"thiessen" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Millions of dollars still no problem quarantine no problem for her and Joe Joe selling masks and shows like like like slick phenomena bone like she's not doing really. I know she did release music during this. But like you get what I'm saying like that direct comparison shows the kind of ingenuity of younger generation you know and yet Bo Joe is dealing with a lot of the criticism that go Joe Joe dealt with when she was younger and had to like grow beyond and like had to like deal you know. Out of so I think maybe it wasn't interesting. Conversation is just hard to watch because Boho Joe is very much like, yeah. The whole time I turned I turned it off I no problems with either actually have no problems with of them really. But I was like this is really strange. It would've been better and maybe this is just a selfish thing as a written comparison between the two as as a like a dueling profile of out like the differences between like a Gen Z. and A. Millennial mindset and also the music industry and also two girls named Joe Joe and lack both started really young and and like that actually, if somebody put their brain into it, a little bit would be just as interesting if not more with a little bit of context than having to watch them interview each other but that's wishful thinking but you know what? The beginning whenever Go. Joe Joe finds out that Joe Joe's name is. Joel Joni and name is Joe Joe. Joe's name is Joe Noel Joanna Go? Joel go Joe. Joe. Is Trying to point out that it's funny that like she sort of close to Joel by saying Joanna Noel and Joe. Blow doesn't understand that that's what go joe was saying. Right this very of golden girls conversation where Blanche's telling a story about her son's best friend named Andrew Boe and and also. She talks about Android IOS boyfriend whom she refers to as Android IOS bow and it's just a lot of like It's a lot of that and then at the end of the story, she's like now, do you understand why can't tell Dorothy and Roe says I don't even understand who Andrew Bobo is. Nice It's very, very funny. That's what we just we just did a golden girls. Are we doing ten Monterey so? Well, this is funny because this is something I started seeing on. TIKTOK Thurs before it made will sometimes things that have you I don't know if you've been noticing but things that on Tiktok will melt over into tabloid tabloid talk and the tablets will cover these tiktok things and at first it was the lady who was like these people didn't tip like and then we covered it because they caught tabloids covered it but all that stuff starts on. TIKTOK. This one is teenagers were learning that Gotten Barroso ak as the stranger kids thing who also did the verizon ads? That's like. Power Structure Kids thing. Oh. The Stranger kids kid the stranger things kid this danger thinks kid who also did the rise in ads members also get a five anyway what's so great about a one hundred percent fiber optic network that make sure gaming system actually works awesomely. Did you take out the trash? Garbage. He's the he's young Josh Gad. Yes. Apparently he's maintaining unlike some of his cast members a sense of self by working part time at a New Jersey, a Long Beach Island restaurant as a food runner alongside some of his family members and kids were going there and like seeing him and being Ella Mayo what. But like loving it like hugh in acute way. Way And then of course it got picked up by the Hollywood reporter and they're like they called his rap and their leg is he working in a restaurant and they're like yeah. Is it his family's restaurant I saw that it was like he's working there with his family but is it a restaurant owned by someone who? Did Not go that deep because there nobody wrote the restaurant. Okay and couldn't find the islet went back to look for the talks in which I saw I hadn't liked them. So I guess I couldn't but like no one reported out, which is nice. Because they're not revealing the restaurant, it's just a restaurant and he his some of his family members work there right I would my the the cynical part of my brain the alarms would go off if the restaurant name revealed because it's like, oh, yes, he's working at this place at this address on Long Beach, island? Yeah like they want a good press remers funny press for him but like that doesn't seem to be the case. So I think he was pretty incognito because of also the masks stuff like I don't think that that was. Because he was wearing a mask, he was an ASD recognizeable or recognized, and then kids on Tiktok started recognizing him and telling their friends and they would go and they'd see him and whatever. But it's like it's pretty it's kind of like Nice in grounding in a way. having a little job I'll tell you one thing me value rounds never getting a job like to food. Okay. You said it has direct. I made a made a rude reference, but you're right. Millie Brown is not working in food service. Is Like Wolf in Wolf heart like neither are any kids wolford Fart heart speaking of child stars. Tiffany Theissen. Forgot. Amber. Member when she was Tiffany, amber. Forget where where did amber go? It's a really question maybe she thought it was like. Maybe, she thought it was like infantilized thing. Like she had two weird exonerate her young saw from her new self where did amber go? Where did Amer go? Why it happened to the amber tiffany tiffany amber season. There's probably like something on her wikipedia. That's name. Why did she drop the amber because it's not a last name? It's. Divorced or me married? TV stuff tiffany drops, amber. March twenty, nine, thousand read. It read the whole artem writing I'm reading out loud. Read the here's the problem it's on its way back machine. So you gotta give me like fifteen to twenty six while it loads on it, but then please read the way back. Do you think the way back machine when I when I imagine the way back machine like whenever I go to a an.

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"thiessen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"thiessen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Out by mark Thiessen earlier in the U. S. regenerator keeps up a superpower fracture widens three American media outlets kicked out of that country pointing the blame at our nation China if they were okay and in the beginning the world wouldn't be sick now his great spirit tremendous spirit and I can say that for Republicans and Democrats his team has been on it I know what team when they're on it his team is on it they've been responsive late at night early in the morning thus far been doing everything that they can do and the White House has proposed one point two trillion dollar stimulus package on top of a house bill that should passive sometime today in the Senate the latest on the cause coronavirus the aid package this coming our way and do you just heard at their bi partisanship at times the governor of New York Democrat and a Republican president we have not heard much of that and with that as somebody who knows quite well writes about it every day in his newsletter and you see that is called the fox news halftime report Chris stirewalt part of political letter with fox news Chris unprecedented times but isn't it kind of good they will get a least two leaders from other parties talking to each other nicely sure yeah I like your positivity I like your upside or ism I don't know if that is in is in but it does feel good his hearing Monday they were kind of going at each other by Tuesday they warrant I think they realize they need each other I think that's true I also think that you know as we're seeing in California and as well as we're seeing with mayors and governors across the country that people are going to have to figure this out they're just gonna have to figure it out and the idea that there is going to be some one size fits all solution or the idea that the federal government is basically in this situation better than we can provide resources can provide dollars the federal government can provide science and guidance but when it comes to practical application it's going to come down to governors and mayors who are going to have to make the tough calls I also see that Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan agree on one thing he thinks we're in a global they think we're in a global recession now and despite the upside of of getting thousand points yesterday we're losing it today because looking around the globe we see Italy still locked down Spain still locked down Germany's numbers are going up you know lack of of of candor coming from China and I don't think they do you know we just found out to the Canada is going to lock down its border even with us except for essential travel which means trade so things again intensifying all around their kids people with money nervous sure and the truth is we think back to the last the only similar we have two similar experiences in recent history the financial panic of two thousand and eight and nine eleven in terms of the scale of disruption that we're talking about how Americans live and how the world operates the truth is we know that you know we're throwing around big numbers in Washington today we're talking about more than a trillion dollars in stimulus we're talking about more to come after that sending Americans checks and all of those things but you'll remember from two thousand one in two thousand and eight those efforts that were made in the wake of the terrorist attacks of that were made ahead of during and after the tone the panic in two thousand eight or not sufficient to the task in the recession came anyway it's it's we don't have an exact blueprint for this but we know that for similar if smaller experiences in the past in the scale of destruction it takes a long time to process we got about two hundred thousand worldwide cases seven thousand nine hundred in fifty four deaths we have a lot of people recovering in that number's going to grow about eighty one thousand nine sixty but I imagine the more test we get the more will know but here's what I find intimidating as a non medical expert is dated five that if every six or six out of every seven Chinese citizens who had the virus did not know what they had it and lost it so they're walking around for a while with it that makes it extremely intimidating to think you're gonna get a handle on this well one of the reasons that public health officials are so aggressive in asking us to limit social contact is that again for eighty percent or so of the people who will be infected they will either have no symptoms mild to moderate symptoms think maybe they have a little cold Tom Hanks who's been chronicling his experience under quarantine basically the he had the blahs that's why what doctors are telling us now is if you get sick just assume that you have it right if if you get sick operate under the assumption that you do and do not come in contact with other people all of this social distancing all of the closures all of the stuff are connected to the fact that it's so easy to ignore one carry it before you have symptoms but number two that you could have it and not know it and that's why we're being so aggressive about all this stuff because we have to prevent the explosive infection rates that Europe has seen I went to your doctor fact you said last night to Laura cut thirteen and I can tell you I mean just projecting about what we know what containment and mitigation does we we almost certainly are having an effect right now even as we speak the degree of the effect and how it's going to impact on that curve will likely take several weeks that doesn't mean we need to be in the situation we are right now but as we said we put these mitigation strategies then for a fifteen day period will likely extended beyond that but we really do reevaluated on a day by day basis because the push is the doctors say this is the perfect scenario and the president's gonna go yeah but I have to stand up my country at some point how much economic damage can we absorb and what is the costs that you have the risk analysis right now he's going with the doctors but if this is going to go on and on you getting all these able bodied people dying to work in this customers who are dying to shop and eat out okay to be seen okay can we try it another way well I mean we will see is so we don't know how big the haystack is and we don't know how many needles are in it yet the first thing we need to do is figure out how big this haystack how many places are there potential problems we have some early indices from northern California from obviously Washington state from New York we have some strong sides Boston is starting to show some sides as we get more cases in as we get more testing we're gonna figure out what is the universe that we're working with here and how how bad off our week if we're really badly off and word at the the concern the number one concern I'm sure that the president is concerned about the economy but the larger concern is that we overwhelm our hospitals and that is the number one thing that we're trying to avoid here is having a lot of patience when you talk to people in the hospital industry when you talk to people in the healthcare industry that's the concern is that we overwhelm the capacity if the curve is flatter we don't have a super steep curve and we don't have you know hundreds of thousands of people getting sick all the same time we can process this through and we can we can mitigate we can limit loss of life we can and I had one of the other problems of course is people who are not suffering from coronavirus but who have other health care problems they can suffer too so we'll know in a couple of weeks right how to proceed but for now we have to act as if it's really bad to prevent it if we want to go to mitigate and limit the duration of this crisis we have to take it very seriously now I hear you and you know we if you I don't know what they're doing in Washington but here no health clubs no restaurants obviously no bars and night clubs so you only really have food stores open and pharma pharmacy places we have basically the the clothing shops as well like Macy's and other staples of New York City have shut down to everybody's looking around going okay there is nothing the same with your kids are now at home going to school or college kids are at home going to school online we're technically still on campus or the or that person in your house and used to go to work is that older out of work so there's nothing normal about it Danny when listening right now they can honestly say their life is anything but routine let me say let me now I have my turn to engage an upside to resume and say and I think this is going to be really good for the American culture in American society right we have adopted a frenetic pace in which we are sprinting around and we have the families that maybe have taken a backseat to career demands we have an educational system where sometimes parents are disengaged we have a lot of we have a lot of social social and cultural things that we haven't really taken that we haven't taken care of the way that we should we are being forced to take in a moment to be a little introspective we are being forced to take a moment to care about our neighbors to care about our families to focus inwardly for a period of time and I think that's going to be a good thing right I do want more time to think about myself is that what you're talking because I feel like a lot of times they don't get the focus on myself yeah it's high time I think it's high time for a little you time Hey Eddie we go pull that Matthew McConaughey side can can we let's let's build on crystals positivism more than ever before we're all more dependent on each other than we ever had we have an enemy in corona virus that is faceless racists sexless nondenominational and bipartisan and it's an enemy that we all agree we want to beat there is a green light on the other side of this red light that ran right now and I believe that green light it can be built on the values that we can act right now the use of fairness kindness accountability resilience courage contracts those things right now we get out of this this virus this time might be the one time it brings us all together and unifies us like we have not been in a long time so that's building would you said Chris or his view building on what he said I I I I hate to say this but he deserves it I'll say horns up that's a really very well said last week I may go by a Lincoln right now just because I enjoyed that so much right he isn't even talking a commercial right now who is over his myself he as myself it right back that's the ultimate me time is when you're when you're doing video on yourself that's what you really peaked I think brit Hume pioneer down the sixty I used to pick up the mantle yeah I was trying to hit the ball as yours exactly all right so Leslie can you just tell forecast was going to be happening Washington we expect the Senate bill the house bill that passed through the Senate to day in the present to sign it yeah I think I think that's right we'll see below see called the Senate's bluff basically they're gonna pass and let's also remember they're all gonna pass anything right they're all going to be there is not nothing is too much and since neither party cares about deficits anymore this is just going to that and I will promise you this this is only the first tranche of what will be multiple tranches of spending on this it's going to be.

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"thiessen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"thiessen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Are purity products that will be joined here in just a second by Thiessen cam and I gotta tell ya we truly have a fascinating show planned for you today you don't want to miss this one because we're gonna be talking about a brand new compound that is literally transforming the way we fight the visible signs of aging and I know I have your attention now work we're talking about everything from wrinkles and fine lines all the way to actually reducing cellulite it's not a cream it's not a lotion it's not even a syrup or or or maybe some fancy device that you might have tried before instead it's just one simple pill so do not I repeat do not change the station in fact to join me right now and he's going to explain this whole thing this amazing breakthrough is Jason camp chases the VP of product development at purity products he's been there for more than twenty years and as you're about to hear this is what he considers the single best way to fight the visible signs of aging a supplement they can literally deliver chaser welcome aboard Sir well great to be with your pet and as you know we've done a lot of the shows together we really don't like to promise Michael's on the radio but today we're going to promise something akin to Americal at least as far as fighting the visible signs of aging goes it's college and I'm sure you've heard of it it really works it does some amazing things and we've got a product we call ultimate collagen people are really loving this product and it's just been a real sensation so I'm excited to tell you all about it well let me jump in here for a second what exactly is the streets and I I know it's collagen okay we we know that you just said it but I I really want to know what it is can you give me a quick overview yeah so you are hearing a lot about collagen it seems to be everywhere you're seeing bone broth products with collagen powders with college and it's in your health food stores it's in your supermarket you're seeing ads online in magazines on Facebook it is probably the biggest thing in the health and wellness space and you know it's really interesting because the way I can gauge the popularity of it of a product of one of our products is pretty much through my friends or my wife's friend and all my wife's friends for example if they know that I work for purity products vitamin company and they're always asking me about the latest and greatest things and frankly they're always expecting me to get them free bottles and sample stopped and you know and of course I usually do and I can honestly say that in my twenty plus years at purity products I have never been asked about a product as much as I am being asked about college and everyone wants to know about college and everyone seems to want to try college and they're curious to see what it can do how it can work you know does it really help my joints more importantly does it fight wrinkles is it going to help me look younger and how long does it take to work and then they always have can you just give me a free bottle I'm going to go broke giving away a free bottle that getting out of hand we know that sounds pretty awesome but you know what when we talk about collagen it's such a big thing right now so the question is why is collagen so important so collagen is a key structural components of your body of something like seventy or eighty percent of the dry weight of your skin for example but it's what makes up the fibers in your tendons in your ligaments in your joints in your bones the walls of your arteries all of your connective tissue it's important for wound healing for your digestion but especially in your skin it is what gives your skin its structure and at the last the quality it's literally the glue that holds your body together and unfortunately what happens is as we get a little bit older our body makes less and less of it the product is called ultimate collagen and we call it the ultimate collagen because it is a breakthrough in skin health because it delivers something called bioactive collagen peptides and these are the actual building blocks of collagen itself and so the big story today is that when you take all commit college and these collagen peptides that I'm talking about they do something very very special in your body and what they do is they're gonna stimulate little cells in your skin called fibroblast and these are like little collagen production factories that are in your skin it's what makes collagen in your skin and so our products they merely your fibroblast to start churning out its own internal collagen production name tell your body.

Thiessen
"thiessen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"thiessen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To the show we are purity products and will be joined here in just a second bite Thiessen camp and I gotta tell ya we truly have a fascinating show planned for you today you don't want to miss this one because we're gonna be talking about a brand new compound that is literally transforming the way we fight the visible signs of aging and I know I have your attention now work we're talking about everything from wrinkles and fine lines all the way to actually reducing cellulite it's not a cream it's not a lotion it's not even a syrup or or or maybe some fancy device that you might have tried before instead it's just one simple pill so do not I repeat do not change the station in fact to join me right now and he's going to explain this whole thing this amazing breakthrough is Jason camp traces the VP of product development at Shorty products he's been there for more than twenty years and as you're about to hear this is what he considers the single best way to fight the visible signs of aging a supplement they can literally deliver chaser welcome aboard Sir well great to be with your pad and as you know we've done a lot of the shows together we really don't like to promise miracles on the radio but today we're going to promise something akin to Americal as least as far as fighting the visible signs of aging goes it's college and I'm sure you've heard of it it really works it does some amazing things and we've got a product we call ultimate collagen people are really loving this product and it's just been a real sensation some excited to tell you all about it well let me jump in here for a second what exactly is the streets and I I know it's collagen okay we we know that you just said it but I I really want to know what it is can you give me a quick overview yeah so you are hearing a lot about collagen it seems to be everywhere you're seeing own brought products with collagen powders with college and it's in your health food stores it's in your supermarket you're seeing ads online in magazines on Facebook it is probably the biggest thing in the health and wellness space and you know it's really interesting because the way I can gauge the popularity of a of a product of one of our product is pretty much through my friends or my wife's friend and all my wife's friends for example if they know that I work for purity products of vitamin company and there are always asking me about the latest and greatest things and frankly they're always expecting me to get them free bottle sent samples stop and you know and of course I usually do and I can honestly say that in my twenty plus years at purity products I have never been asked about a product as much as I am being asked about college and everyone wants to know about college and everyone seems to want to try college and they're curious to see what it can do how we can work you know does it really help my joints more importantly does it might wrinkles is it going to help me look younger and how long does it take to work and anyway that can you just give me a free bottle I'm going to go broke giving away a free bottle that getting out of hand we know that sounds pretty awesome but you know when when we talk about collagen it's such a big thing right now so the question is why is collagen so important so collagen is a key structural component of your body it's something like seventy or eighty percent of the dry weight of your skin for example but it's what makes up the fibers in your tendons in your ligaments in your joints in your bones the walls of your arteries all of your connective tissue it's important for wound healing for your digestion but especially in your skin it is what gives your skin its structure and at the last the quality is literally the glue that holds your body together and on working at Lee what happens is as we get a little bit older our body makes less and less of it our product is called ultimate collagen and we call it the ultimate collagen because it is a breakthrough in skin health because it delivers something called bioactive collagen peptide and these are the actual building blocks of collagen itself and so the big story today is that when you take alternate collagen collagen peptides that I'm talking about they do something very very special in your body and what they do is they're going to stimulate little cells in your skin call fibroblasts and these are like little collagen production factories that are in your skin it's what makes collagen in your skin and so our products give me leave your fibroblasts to start shorting out its own internal collagen production name tell your body to make more collagen.

Thiessen
"thiessen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"thiessen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Are purity products and we'll be joined here in just a second by Thiessen camp and I gotta tell ya we truly have a fascinating show planned for you today you don't want to miss this one because we're gonna be talking about a brand new compound that is literally transforming the way we fight the visible signs of aging and I know I have your attention now work we're talking about everything from wrinkles and fine lines all the way to actually reducing cellulite it's not a cream it's not a lotion it's not even a serum or or or maybe some fancy device that you might have tried before instead it's just one simple pill so do not I repeat do not change the station in fact to join me right now and he's going to explain this whole thing this amazing breakthrough is Jason camp traces the VP of product development act purity products he's been there for more than twenty years and as you're about to hear this is what he considers the single best way to fight the visible signs of aging a supplement they can literally deliver chaser welcome aboard Sir well great to be with your ad and as you know we've done a lot of the shows together we really don't like to promise miracles on the radio but they were going to promise something akin to Americal at least as far as fighting the visible signs of aging goes it's college and I'm sure you've heard of it it really works it does some amazing things and we've got a product we call ultimate collagen people are really loving this product and it's just been a real sensation some excited to tell you all about it well let me jump in here for a second what exactly is the streets and I I know it's collagen okay we we know that you just said it but I I really want to know what it is can you give me a quick overview yeah so you are hearing a lot about collagen it seems to be everywhere you're seeing bone broth products with collagen powders with college and it's in your health food stores it's in your supermarket you're seeing ads online in magazines on Facebook it is probably the biggest thing in the health and wellness space and you know it's really interesting because the way I can gauge the popularity of a of a product of one of our product is pretty much through my friends or my wife's friend and all my wife's friends for example if they know that I work for purity products of vitamin company and there are always asking me about the latest and greatest things and frankly they're always expecting me to get them free bottle sent samples stopped and you know and of course I usually do and I can honestly say that in my twenty plus years at purity products I have never been asked about a product as much as I am being asked about college and everyone wants to know about college and everyone seems to want to try college and they're curious to see what it can do how it can work you know does it really help my joints more importantly does it might wrinkles is it going to help me look younger and how long does it take to work and anyway they have can you just give me a free bottle I'm going to go broke giving away a free bottle that getting out of hand we know that sounds pretty awesome but you know what when we talk about collagen it's such a big thing right now so the question is why is collagen so important so collagen is a key structural component of your body it's something like seventy or eighty percent of the dry weight of your skin for example but it's what makes up the fibers in your tendons in your ligaments in your joints in your bones the walls of your arteries all of your connective tissue it's important for wound healing for your digestion but especially in your skin it is what gives your skin its structure and at the last the quality it's literally the glue that holds your body together and unfortunately what happens is as we get a little bit older our body makes less and less of it the product is called ultimate collagen and we call it the ultimate collagen because it is a breakthrough in skin health because it delivers something called bioactive collagen peptide and these are the actual building blocks of collagen itself into the big story today is that when you take alternate college and these collagen peptides that I'm talking about they do something very very special in your body and what they do is they're going to stimulate little cells in your skin called fibroblasts and these are like little collagen production factories that are in your skin it's what makes collagen in your skin and so our products in the late your fibroblasts to start churning out its own internal collagen production they tell your body to make more collagen and when it does that what it means and how this is how this is going to manifest itself functionally visibly in your body.

Thiessen
"thiessen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"thiessen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And we'll be joined here in just a second bite Thiessen camp and I gotta tell ya we truly have a fascinating show planned for you today you don't want to miss this one because we're gonna be talking about a brand new compound that is literally transforming the way we fight the visible signs of aging and I know I have your attention now work we're talking about everything from wrinkles and fine lines all the way to actually reducing cellulite it's not a cream it's not a lotion it's not even a syrup or or or maybe some fancy device that you might have tried before instead it's just one simple pill so do not I repeat do not change the station in fact to join me right now and he's going to explain this whole thing this amazing breakthrough is Jason camp chases the VP of product development after Shorty products he's been there for more than twenty years and as you're about to hear this is what he considers the single best way to fight the visible signs of aging a supplement they can literally deliver chaser welcome aboard Sir well great to be with your ad and as you know we've done a lot of the shows together we really don't like to promise miracles on the radio but today we're going to promise something akin to Americal as least as far as fighting the visible signs of aging goes it's college and I'm sure you've heard of it it really works it does some amazing things and we've got a product we call ultimate collagen people are really loving this product and it's just been a real sensation some excited to tell you all about it well let me jump in here for a second what exactly is the streets and I I know it's collagen okay we we know that you just said it but I I really want to know what it is can you give me a quick overview yeah so you are hearing a lot about collagen it seems to be everywhere you're seeing own brought products with collagen powders with college and it's in your health food stores it's in your supermarket you're seeing ads online in magazines on Facebook it is probably the biggest thing in the health and wellness space and you know it's really interesting because the way I can gauge the popularity of a of a product of one of our product is pretty much through my friends or my wife's friend and all my wife's friends for example if they know that I work for purity products of vitamin company and there are always asking me about the latest and greatest things and frankly they're always expecting me to get them free bottle sent samples stop and you know and of course I usually do and I can honestly say that in my twenty plus years at purity products I have never been asked about a product as much as I am being asked about college and everyone wants to know about college and everyone seems to want to try college and they're curious to see what it can do how we can work you know does it really help my joints more importantly does it fight wrinkles is it going to help me look younger and how long does it take to work and then they always have can you just give me a free bottle I'm going to go broke giving away a free bottle that getting out of hand we know that sounds pretty awesome but you know when when we talk about collagen it's such a big thing right now so the question is why is collagen so important so collagen is a key structural component of your body it's something like seventy or eighty percent of the dry weight of your skin for example but it's what makes up the fibers in your tendons in your ligaments in your joints in your bones the walls of your arteries all of your connective tissue it's important for wound healing for your digestion but especially in your skin it is what gives your skin its structure and at the last the quality it's literally the glue that holds your body together and unfortunately what happens is as we get a little bit older our body makes less and less of it our product is called ultimate collagen and we call it the ultimate collagen because it is a breakthrough in skin health because it delivers something called bioactive collagen peptide and these are the actual building blocks of collagen itself and so the big story today is that when you take all from the college and these collagen peptides that I'm talking about they do something very very special in your body and what they do is they're going to stimulate little cells in your skin called fibroblasts and these are like little collagen production factories that are in your skin it's what makes collagen in your skin and so our products give me awaits your fibroblasts to start shorting out its own internal collagen production they tell your body to make more collagen and when it does that what it means and.

Thiessen
"thiessen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"thiessen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome to the show we are purity products are would be joined here in just a second bite Thiessen camp and I gotta tell ya we truly have a fascinating show planned for you today you don't want to miss this one because we're gonna be talking about a brand new compound that is literally transforming the way we fight the visible signs of aging and I know I have your attention now work we're talking about everything from wrinkles and fine lines all the way to actually reducing cellulite it's not a cream it's not a lotion it's not even a syrup or or or maybe some fancy device that you might have tried before instead it's just one simple pill so do not I repeat do not change the station in fact to join me right now and he's going to explain this whole thing this amazing breakthrough is Jason camp traces the VP of product development at Shorty products he's been there for more than twenty years and as you're about to hear this is what he considers the single best way to fight the visible signs of aging a supplement they can literally deliver chaser welcome aboard Sir well great to be with your ad and as you know we've done a lot of the shows together we really don't like to promise miracles on the radio but today we're going to promise something akin to Americal as least as far as fighting the visible signs of aging goes it's college and I'm sure you've heard of it it really works it does some amazing things and we've got a product we call ultimate collagen people are really loving this product and it's just been a real sensation some excited to tell you all about it well let me jump in here for a second what exactly is the streets and I I know it's collagen okay we we know that you just said it but I I really want to know what it is can you give me a quick overview yeah so you are hearing a lot about collagen it seems to be everywhere you're seeing bone broth products with collagen powders with college and it's in your health food stores it's in your supermarket you're seeing ads online in magazines on Facebook it is probably the biggest thing in the health and wellness space and you know it's really interesting because the way I can gauge the popularity of a of a product of one of our product is pretty much through my friends or my wife's friend and all my wife's friends for example if they know that I work for purity products of vitamin company and there are always asking me about the latest and greatest things and frankly they're always expecting me to get them free bottle sent samples stop and you know and of course I usually do and I can honestly say that in my twenty plus years at purity products I have never been asked about a product as much as I am being asked about college and everyone wants to know about college and everyone seems to want to try college and they're curious to see what it can do how we can work you know does it really help my joints more importantly does it fight wrinkles is it going to help me look younger and how long does it take to work and then they always have can you just give me a free bottle I'm going to go broke giving away a free bottle that getting out of hand we know this sounds pretty awesome but you know when when we talk about collagen it's such a big thing right now so the question is why is collagen so important so collagen is a key structural component of your body it's something like seventy or eighty percent of the dry weight of your skin for example but it's what makes up the fibers in your tendons in your ligaments in your joints in your bones the walls of your arteries all of your connective tissue it's important for wound healing for your digestion but especially in your skin it is what gives your skin its structure and at the last the quality it's literally the glue that holds your body together and unfortunately what happens is as we get a little bit older our body makes less and less of it our product is called ultimate collagen and we call it the ultimate collagen because it is a breakthrough in skin health because it delivers something called bioactive collagen peptide and these are the actual building blocks of collagen itself into the big story today is that when you take all from a college and these collagen peptides that I'm talking about they do something very very special in your body and what they do is they're going to stimulate little cells in your skin calls fibroblasts and these are like little collagen production factories that are in your skin it's what makes collagen in your skin and so our product it merely your fibroblasts to start shorting out its own internal collagen production name tell your body to make more collagen.

Thiessen
As Amish Leave Farming For Other Work, Some Leave Their Homestead

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:47 min | 1 year ago

As Amish Leave Farming For Other Work, Some Leave Their Homestead

"This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast Business Gig fueled network solutions that help businesses go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary Gary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot Com Lancaster County Pennsylvania is home to the biggest settlement of Amish the people in the United States now that community is growing fast and some of its members are leaving farms and moving into towns. Some towns have had to change their zoning laws laws so amish people can bring things like horses along with them. Rachel McDevitt of member station W. I t. f. has a story kids. There feeding chickens and goats outside of busy bees farm market in Lancaster county a Little Open Air Red Barn traditional amish farm stand stocked with fresh produce soft pretzels and handmade crafts every few minutes a horse and buggy passes by Kissel ESPINEL is visiting reading from New York City with her parents had just really fascinated dommage community and how they live my parents grew up in a farm obviously wait different from this but very very similar vibe but most amish people in Lancaster County are no longer working on farms. The price of farmland has risen from about eight thousand dollars an Acre acre a few decades ago to twenty thousand dollars today and fewer and fewer amish farming the majority were outside the home in businesses and construction and so they're moving into towns Strasburg Township Supervisor Michael Weaver is driving a black jeep wrangler on whiny back roads past farms and small clusters of homes spaced well apart. This is a prime example right here. He stops outside one fairly modest beige ranch house with what appears to be a large garage or a small barn. It's a carriage house with room for two horses and a buggy plot of ground butts no more than a half. Acre it used to be needed one acre of land per horse to keep the animal on your property but township zoning board was getting inundated with requests for exceptions from Amish moving onto smaller lots so the supervisors voted to allow up to two horses for the purpose of transportation to be kept on a half Acre Weaver says the rule change was made as a compromise between the Amish and who they call the English or non Amish. I have seen a cultural clash between between the Amish community and the English the religious group nearly doubles in size every two decades and it's starting to feel a little crowded in Lancaster county where Amish are about seven percent of the population to chat lap who has amish changes in township rules aren't enough to help his people continue. Can you their lifestyle. There's just so much more late. The focus is on on okay now. We did half Acre for two horses good for you. It's not gonNA last long. As my point lap describes himself as a mad visionary he got his real estate agents license several Oh years ago and he's been helping families move out of Lancaster County as they look for more space and affordable farmland now. He's actively scouting neighboring counties for new settlements. Let's and finding people interested in moving. He says it's a matter of identity. He wants to see more of his people moving to protect their faith and culture from the mainstream name. That influence comes back into the period. You can't change that but many are tied to the land. A local amish man says though he's had family members move. He's never considered leaving. We're not naming him because most amish don't allow recordings of themselves or religious reasons. This man fears backlash clash from his community if they knew he had allowed it as he sits at the end of his driveway his big white farmhouse just out of view. He says his ancestors have been in the county thiessen eighteen hundred he started this farm in nineteen seventy five richer here. Our ancestors are buried here. We feel attached this. It's part of our heritage but the realtor. Chet lab believes the Amish will evolve by either embracing more of the modern world or safeguarding the traditions of their faith outside of their historic homeland for NPR news. I'm Rachel McDevitt in Lancaster County Pennsylvania This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast Business Gig fueled network solutions that help businesses go beyond the expected acted to do the extraordinary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot com.

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"thiessen" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"thiessen" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"Thanks, Mark Thiessen for sharing his time and his story with us. You can find out more about him and his work by visiting his page on the net GIO website. You'll find a link in the show notes, and I'm going to be in DC in may for the focus on the story photographic conference. The international photo festival will feature some of the world's best photojournalist and documenting photographers as well as talks photo walks in workshops of which I am teaching one. If you wanna sign up for my workshop or just wanna find out more about the event, visit focus on the story dot org. And remember to check out my YouTube channel where I discussed different aspects of Taga fy by pulling images from listeners just like you who contribute to the candidate frame flicker poll, you can check out the figure poll and our YouTube channel by clicking on the link in the show notes and the website, my new book making photographs developing a personal visual work. Flow is now available in it. I translate how to see and use light and shadow line and shape color in gesture to make great photographs. It's more than how to make a good picture, but how you can develop a personal and intimate way of seeing and documenting the world around you you can order the book today when you play your order from the rocky nuke website use the promo code Perello forty to receive forty percent off the list price, check out the website and the show notes for the link. And if you want to keep up with all things candid frame sign up for mailing list and you'll receive three copies of my previously published evokes, and if you like what you're hearing on the show, please take the time to write a review in the item store as it helps our ranking and creates greater awareness of the show, you can support the show by making a monthly contribution through patriot. Or you can make a one time contribution bee pay pal. You'll. Find the links for both in the show notes and the website, thanks to Scott, Alan and Joe Maccabi for the recent and generous contributions, I really appreciate it. And if you wanna easily access every episode of the candidate frame download the candor frame app, it's vailable for apple S, Android, and it's free. Download it today. You'll find it where everything else is in the so notes or the website at the candidate frame dot com. The candidate frames audio engineers Martin Taylor who you can find the other Martin Taylor dot com. The show senior producers at the Parker and our music is from Kevin McCloud whose role t free music and be found at in compact dot com, and you can follow me on Twitter and Instagram at simply at about genetics. And this is about connects and this is the candidate ram.

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"thiessen" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"thiessen" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"What are you doing back? You gotta Thiessen things coming up. Okay. Thank you, see because you pointed to that won't. It's not happening. Do you have a secret? Now, I had a secret earlier this week. And I'm not gonna tell you press conference. First of all. Yeah. We did a press conference. How you're not gonna get the secret out of me because I it was one of the secrets, and you know, your friends who do this. If it gets out on know who said it. That means they told twelve people this is a big secret. And by the way, it will be unveiled on our show pretty soon. Why? Okay. Tell us what it rhymes with. No. It doesn't matter. I'm talking about the secret that you know, we all walk around with a secret. You know what? In a lot of times, we have such a deep dark secret about us or someone else. We bury it, and we actually have the ability to totally forget it until one day. You see something that reminds you of it, and it brings it back to the surface. What they look in that that that gasp Gandhi because that's what's happening right now. I have a secret a crazy secret about someone. It's it's not even me, and the person doesn't even know that. I know this secret about them because it was it's so crazy, and I really repressed it until the second. All right now. I'm sure what size. I don't wanna remember it. But it is this a secret that will go to the grave, absolutely. I'm not going to be one of those people. What is it Ryan with froggy? No, we're all allowed to have our secrets. I there was like the men in black thing that someone would just come swipe me, and I didn't know anymore. Yeah. Chrissy teigen's secret about herself that she won't tell anyone because it's like so embarrassing and she said she's going to give it to her lawyer. And when she dies to let everyone know what it is. You know, I do have a letter with an attorney. That is ready to open case something weird happened. Yeah. But stop asking this is my point. Point in having secret is what your your friends are wasting their breath. Asking what it is. I'm never tell you. I'm not gonna answer. One text message about who. It's about what it's about nothing. He doesn't understand secret. She's never kept seeing. You have something about myself that I've never told anyone no one will ever know. I'm not going to be like, oh, come on. Give us a hand. Does it have to do with your private parts doesn't do that? The only secret you can keep his deodorant. Good. So there you go. Keep it plans blanche. But but that's the thing. You know, maybe a dear friend, trusted us with something. And they say, please, you can't have you ever blab a secret someone told you I did years ago, and he got me into a lot of trouble. And I learned my lesson learned the hard way, are you friends with that friends still or is that over? Yeah. I'm friends with. Okay. Yeah. Froggy have you ever had somebody tell you a secret? And you wish they hadn't told you. Yes. I have to tell me like, hey wanna tell you something when I'm done. I'm like, it really shouldn't told me that. Because I I don't I don't wanna know it, then you try to put it out of your mind. Forget it. Yeah. You gotta keep in mind. You know, when you hang your crap on someone else. Now, they have to deal with that energy. They have to think about how to handle that. So secret people are texting in secret. Well, what are they tell us? We should have people. Tell us an anonymous secrets we have they can get it out aired out shuttle secrets. Groomsmen was just arrested possessing and distributing child porn L. When of you groomsmen. What say you heard me text? He wouldn't be in the groom party anymore. Not what am I? You really should listen to our show. Groomsmen your liquid breathing attack. You're listening to rerun of Delilah..

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"thiessen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"thiessen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Stanley who died this week at the age of ninety five. Thanks, Pavlina for putting together those pictures. Martijn writes this piece, and it's not very long. So I want to share it with you. Because let's face it all of us who support President Trump take a beating we just take a beating Trump takes a beating. Here's C N. Now shoeing Trump for taking away a Costa's press pass, which is the silliest thing I've seen in a long time. They've even they even sued the secret service officer who took a Costa's badge. So Mark Thiessen wrote a piece last week entitled Trump could be the most honest president in modern history. Let me share that with you. Because it's it's really powerful stuff. He says Donald Trump may be remembered as the most honest president in modern American history Thiessen says don't get me wrong. The biggest tax cuts and reforms in American history. Actually, they are the eighth largest he said our economy is the strongest it's ever been in the history of our country. It may one day be true. But not yet in part says Martisn torque thing, everything is the big everything's the best. When it comes to the real barometer of presidential truthfulness, keeping his promises. Trump is a paragon of honesty. For better or worse since taking office. Donald Trump has done. Exactly what he said. He would I want you to hear how Martinsson plays plays this out, very inspirational. And I want to lift you up if you feel like you're beaten down over the midterm elections. Listen to what he says Trump captors promised to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, something his three immediate predecessors. Also promised yet failed to do he promised to crush and destroy ISIS. Two years later, he's on the verge of eliminating the Islamic state's physical caliphate. He promised to impose a travel ban on countries that he saw as posing a terrorist threat. And after several false starts the final version of his ban was upheld by the supreme court. He promised to punish Syria. If it used chemical weapons on its people and unlike his immediate predecessor, he followed through not once but twice Trump pledged to nominate supreme court justices in the mold of Justice Scalia. Now, Neil Gorsuch threat Cavanaugh should on the high court he pledged to fill the federal appellate courts with young conservative judges. So far the Senate has confirmed twenty nine more than any recent president at this point in his administration, Trump vowed to pass historic tax reforms and signed two major overhaul of the tax code in three decades. He vowed an unprecedented regulatory rollback with a strict policy to eliminate to existing regulations for every new regulation in his first year. He achieved eight point. One billion dollars in lifetime regulatory savings, and is now on track to achieve an additional nine point eight billion this year during the campaign, he told African American voters what do you have to lose? I'll straight L bring jobs back. We'll bring spirit back on his watch. African American unemployment reached the lowest level ever recorded at his tax reform included a little notice provision creating opportunities zones to try to revitalize struggling tells and inner city communities Trump promised to cancel Obama's clean power plan. Withdraw from the Paris climate accord approve the keystone into coda access pipelines and open the Arctic national wildlife refuge to oil exploration. He fulfilled all of those pledges on trade. He kept his promise to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership impose tariffs on steel and aluminum he committed to renegotiating NAFTA. And the US Korea free trade agreement. He signed new deals with Mexico, Canada, South Korea, he committed to imposing. Tariffs on China to force it to open its markets and stop. It's theft of intellectual property, whatever one thinks of Trump's trade policies Thiessen says he's doing exactly what he said. He was going to do the president pledged historic increases in defense spending and delivered he pledged to bring back manufacturing jobs manufacturing jobs are growing at the fastest pace in more than two decades. He pledged to sign right to try legislation to give dying Americans access to experimental treatments. And he did he pledged to take on the opioid epidemic. He's going to soon. Sign a sweeping bipartisan opioid package where Trump has failed to keep promises. Such as building the wall or repealing ObamaCare. It hasn't been for lack of trying. Whether one agrees or disagrees is not the point with Trump says he will do something Martikan writes in the Washington Post, take it to the Bank. Yes, he takes liberties with the truth, but unlike his predecessor, he didn't pass his signature legislative achievement on the basis of a lie. If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it, which is clearly worse than falsely bragging that your tax cut is the biggest ever. The fact is Trump has compiled a remarkable record of presidential promise. Keeping he'd probably say it's the best in history, which may or may not end up being true. It's too soon.

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'Saved by the Bell' star Tiffani Thiessen has a travel-inspired cookbook on deck

Frank Fontana

02:22 min | 3 years ago

'Saved by the Bell' star Tiffani Thiessen has a travel-inspired cookbook on deck

"As rarely you'll be thrilled to know that a star from saved by, the bell has a new cookbook Oh yeah she has a showing the cooking channel Yeah yeah And She's she's, been how long has she been on the food number for a few years? Now. Right I think. So. Yeah. Yeah her show is on on. Weekends I think I'm not. Mistaken I think like weekends on Sundays or, something But sixteen year old Tiffany and began learning about French wine on? Press. Tours saved by. The. Bell. Crew back in the early nineteen. Nineties when the American sitcom. Was soaking up big moment in the spotlight It was in France Italy Belgium and. Holland that peace and a team star for her role is playing Kelly Kaposi on the aforementioned series was, introduced a new cuisines and unfamiliar flavors not yet of legal drinking age in, the states in Europe these could let her have her wine. And drink it too often with cheese and other appropriate food pairings What are they start drinking they start drinking wine eight In, a What do you have a wine glass of wine Peruse the recipe section of her website and blog and you'll see that her tastes are wide, ranging reflection from, her, time, abroad, from roasted vegetables lasagna to blueberry, Thai basil. Tart to balls about about Salman glazed barbecued ribs Seasons offerings, are diverse Admits she's lucky to have had those travel experiences as a teenager, while most ordinary teams we're thinking about pop quizzes and prom These in was falling. Hard for the, food of the, world and though it would be years before she would dive into the lifestyle via her blog. And before that her dinner parties the seed was, planted during her time in Europe with the saved by saved by the bell. Cast people can tell when things aren't. Real organic these and wants to make it clear that she's always been passionate about food my love for food is purely organic she tells the group gathered at the blogger eighteen conference for her baking bread is as much is is about so much more than, just eating and developing her forthcoming cookbook Was about so much. More than compiling recipes putting a cookbook together is like birthing a child with four hard corners good

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"thiessen" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"thiessen" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Because if you don't do that end in you reuse them you got all that bacteria that's been brewing in there and it makes us sick the only good thing about again you can't win with these liberal policies the only thing about if you washed your bags with bleach is it would erase the little annoying green triangle recycle logo emblazoned on the site that's the only good part of that could the grocery store experience getting more of noxious my gosh and then you get to the checkout stand and then the person behind his asking how your day's going so far none of your business day paper plastic i hate that question just give me the plastic will you please okay you wanna ruin the environment you don't care about children if you don't mind a dirty air and water poisoned a poisoning your children would you like to round up your bill today sir to money donate money to whatever comes the wheel or children without eyelids let's see now that one yes the baby the baby's without born without eyelids that's where you got me that's an even more tender 'cause in if you don't if you don't donate another five ten fifteen bucks on top of your bill to the children born without eyelids campaign you feel like a piece of crap and they look at you like okay i'm going to donate on liberal thiessen to all your causes on april fifteenth i will be sending in money for all of these fun causes while i hate that because i.

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"thiessen" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"thiessen" Discussed on EconTalk

"Um i think it's a it's it enormously depressing thing that so many unskilled people trying to get a foothold in an occupation can't get started and are therefore forced to find something else which may not be easy for them to do or their passionate about it the passionate about parading hair which and let's talk about that as example because i think the my devil's advocate part of may and being a good host of the program wants to say well okay but training so good idea is something wrong with requiring training it's nothing wrong with having a board that would understand what training would be necessary to be a musical therapist 'cause i have no idea and as a consumer i might not have any idea even if i care to hire one so it's nice to know that maybe that's been taken care of by people who have worked for thiessen i do and that a lot of people said it's a good thing now my natural tendency of courses is the market sort that out and if people can provide something of value and create a brand name and name for themselves probably going to be fine don't need that formal piece of paper but the problem is when reading the book about what some of the examples are you realize it's it's kind of a that the the bootleg reports kind of dominating the baptists part so let's talk about hair breeding which is uh against this kind of a small thing but it's not for the people who are involved in it so tells what what's happened there and what was happy with the courts and um that situation certainly sales tells what hair breeding is because um.

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"thiessen" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"thiessen" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Thiessen wasan't believes that nothing brings people together more often than sitting down over food so to the table to the table together and choose the table together more often unto why do i know you will that dates of watson oh yes after news what marcel as a calvin halfowned hanging out at ram straining cana yesterday from ally man big football fields makes you wanna go out there 'cause everybody starts off playing football use go out there with with your data your brother your sister play catch and in the field having funding so to see the was great man got a chance to igf 1 out of her a left on for them oh destroying nagging hit new gold road he cared wayne road is fun full to catch the fun new converse was we go through the night and you're not a football i we were doing it at your place we had football you went out on it so nervous because most big guys came through like that i was impressed would you say that you are the only big highway big the call me big out way through i gotta arm before and omega3 ala think of black la but big always coop met you worse always racial with you rightly one eye we're joined now by clark judge of the talk of faith network uh we appreciate you joining us clock how are you from doing primary you were doing well so where the heck did this summer go i mean i don't understand where a wet we had the hall of fame game tonight happening here in less than an hour uh and we're already here but let's talk about lt and some of the guy's going into the hall of fame and what an honour it is in of course marcellus is very fond of him play with them uh is there any guy that you were maybe surprise are shocked that got into the hall of fame is timer.

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"thiessen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"thiessen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"About that number three former minnesota dfl house speaker paul thiessen is going to run for governor the seven hundred eighty fourth candidate i think you're right i think you're right now yeah from the start to be in representative party send the minneapolis the fowler who is speaker of the minnesota house during a brief but intense period of progressive legislative victories a few years ago according to start to be in said yesterday that he is running for governor i he's in his eighth at two year term from me safety of i'll district in southwest minneapolis and he'll formally launched his campaign today he said in an interview that as governor you tackled too big challenges he said the biggest job of the next governor is going to be standing up for every day people in the face of economic changes and figuring out a way to govern some people feel they actually have a voice and their future had standing up for everyday people in the face of economic changes cape a represenative thiessen night i i i guess it's like these economic changes who is going to stand up for be if that's the kind of thing that kite like if you just hear it if you're like the kinda sounds kind of governor e but when you actually try to think about it it doesn't really make a lot of sense oh i don't have the list of every defoe governor running in front of me but off memory it we've got waltz you've got leib ling you you've got a aaron murphy got thiessen whom i'm john otto chris coleman chris coleman does does the entry of thiessen in your opinion brian changed the dynamics of the race a whole lot plus the way i see it and right now you gotta figure wall to wall i always come walter walls is the front runner the i would say that he is certainly the process after for our on our once one saw the tenet governor gina smith decided that she wasn't gotta run i definitely walls a jumped to the top top of the top.

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