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7 Laws of Podcasting

Marketing School

05:06 min | 3 d ago

7 Laws of Podcasting

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm the orbital and today we are going to be talking about the seven laws of podcasting. So Neil that I've been podcasting for about been four years now a little over four years for marketing longer if you think about your growth everywhere yeah. Longer will leveling off for for seven years on that one. So it's been a long time. So seven years. For seven laws. Right. But I guess I'll kick it off I. so before I could get off meal and I did it no this podcast was going to go and we've realized that we caught onto a trend that is still taking off right now and podcasting is just going to get bigger and bigger last year the number was about seven hundred, thousand podcast in the world has probably got a lot bigger since. Then, and there's a lot of advertising dollars going into podcasting Joe, Rogan's podcast. They did a deal as spotify for over one hundred, million dollars. So it's just going to continue to be good times. It's a nice medium for people and you know the first law will say about podcasting is you know you've got to be consistent and share story around that my leveling up podcast for the first year only nine dollars. A day off of their first year after second year only thirty downloads a day, and then from there, it started compound, and then that led to that podcast is still there and now we have the mark podcast but we've been very consistent with it on the same lesson that goes over to if you're doing youtube if you're doing blogging if you're doing any type of content at all, it just it just consistency. Number two, you need half quantity the more quantity you have the more episodes you have the more listens yoga time it really does stacking compound. So don't just think that you're GONNA do well, even if you're consistent and you're pretty senior episodes every quarter or even weekly, you're not gonNA do as well as if you just did a daily with people like us John Lee Dumas, there's quite a few players who just Do daily a is more work, but you get the listens in the Dallas away quicker if you just quit way more quantity number three. So if you look at the Joe Rogan's of the world when he does video podcast, it actually gets chopped up into a lot of different pieces. So we've often talked about Omni channel and hasn't changed air if you do a video podcast like we're doing right now and you. Can make a bunch of different pieces. One sixty minute long form interview can become six mini pieces and you can put it onto youtube. You can put onto podcast whilst now you have thirteen pieces right there and then you can make little micro content for social. There's just a lot that you can do chopping things up and you can use a service like repurpose house dot io, the adding Babbit two, hundred, fifty. Dollars a month find on a five, hundred, dollar a month plan. Eventually, you can have your own team, do it for you, but that's a good way to get started with repurposing number four. You GotTa do Keyword Research. It doesn't matter what you end up talking about. If you don't have the right keywords with the title of your podcast and your descriptions, you won't get as many listens in Dallas. So Do Keyword Research. Number five seems like a dust and but still a lot of people fail in this. I, remember back in the day I was using Blue Yeti microphone and the problem with that one was I plugged it into my USB port. What you should be doing is you should be using a mixer so both nearly have a mixer read one called focus right and you can use focus right and then we both have higher pr forty microphones and so these are high quality microphones route four, hundred dollars from the Mike and the mixer. I believes anywhere from one hundred, one, hundred, fifty dollars or so you don't need a start with anything crazy but. If, you're going to be using a blue Yeti, which one hundred dollars still make sure you have a mixer because you sound a lot better and a very important thing is the quality of your sound 'cause when Neil I used to record next each other when we first started this ambiguous when we had to turn off the air conditioner, it would get really hot but also more importantly, it was really echoey and done a terrible because we're right next to each other and people said, oh you guys sound like you're recording from the bathroom Blah Blah Blah and we started getting bad rating from it it just it's not a good user experience. Number six aspirations. If you don't ask for ratings, you won't climb the charts and you won't get as many new listeners and downloads. So at the end of each podcast, there's nothing wrong with asking for ratings. Yeah and on top of that, if you're GONNA ask for the ratings, we haven't done the best job of this incentivizing people to put a rating. You'll probably get a lot more exotic just neil haven't done a good job about it number. Seven, you gotTa know your numbers. You can use look at the apple podcasts analytics look at spotify analytics as we look at where retention is and you can see retention will tell you what episode you should be doing more of. So for example, what we do episodes Seo retention might be ninety, five percent but if we start talking about how we like to plant tomatoes than our retention might be forty percent or so so it might not do as. Well, the other thing too is when we use chargeable chart able, that's how you spell it. They will show you your thirty day performance or your seven day performance for new content that you have coming out. So now I've been looking at them like, oh, well, people really latch on what we talk about certain things and they just they totally get disinterested when we talk about other things such as I don't know whether I'm just making things up. So, use chargeable has a lot of different features. It's probably the most complete podcast analytics tool out there were not affiliated and we just use the free version, but she's been really good for us.

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Do The Last Thing on Your To Do List by Bradley Charbonneau

Optimal Living Daily

04:29 min | 5 d ago

Do The Last Thing on Your To Do List by Bradley Charbonneau

"Do the last thing on your to do list by Bradley Charbonneau of the SOUR CREAM DOT com. Mathematically it's an easy equation the joy you get from getting to do task off. Your list is huge. Even more mind boggling for the greatest Nobel Prize winning minds. It often doesn't take much to get it done. So why does one equal to? Why do we let those tasks? Linger unfinished are unsorted. Even they might bug us every single day. Maybe even a few times per day but yet we do nothing. Nothing more than wonder why we don't do them or worse. Get FRUSTRATED WITH OURSELVES. That were non doing them. The solution seems no mid is so simple just to the task. Be Done with it but we still don't do it. What is the mental block? Accountability part of it is often the lack of accountability. If no one knows what we're supposed to be doing then probabilities are high. That no one will know. We haven't done them the more people who know the harder it is void. That is if those who know are people whose opinions respect I suppose if you told the bank teller that you're going to quit smoking and then you see the same bank teller in a month and you hadn't quit smoking. You could number one go to a different teller number two stock her hours go another time. One number three till the teller. You didn't quit. Is People. Tell their friends are going on a diet or quitting smoking. Or it's why they don't tell their friends but should we be strong enough to not need accountability from someone else but should be enough to be accountable for ourselves. I guess that's where it comes down a character and inner strength in who you are. Those empty window frames downstairs the worst and simultaneously. Best part of all this is when you do finally do the task. The roared is almost incomprehensible. Two days ago I ordered greeting cards for the upcoming holiday. I'm not sure what him. E But have an inkling our D- poster-size prince photos. It took me fifteen minutes to find photos that were high enough resolution. In of course nine shots that I want on my wall the next day I picked them up the next morning. My wife and I said let's do this thing. We spent maybe forty five minutes measuring glass cleaning cutting and then taping in hanging man. We were done maybe two hours for the whole Shebang. These were windows. That used to be the windows of my kids room. I didn't know what to do with them for a few years. Then someone suggested I hang them on the wall and make photo frames. Outta them. Wonderful idea. three four years ago now he measured. The wall drilled holes installed strong hanging screws even painting quality wire hanging system to make sure we could adjust to tilt the window. Frames have been waiting for photos for years. Now stun now I walk by and stop and look at them and admire our work. Actually stop and look and admire even just for a second. We did it. Do we need to be challenged to get anything done? So what happened in the past few days? I was different from the past few years. I was challenged. I realized that seems to be my answer for everything lately but it also happens to be true. I've just been experimenting. I've been going strong on my right every day. Challenge for the past thirty plus days. I've been drinking some form of Jews for the past three hundred plus days. Are these now habits. Will I now do everything on my to do list? Only because I think that I can do them because I've done the math. Do the math as a math major in university. I like math and science. I liked it. There are definite answers as partly what I've been learning through experiments also because I can't seem to get anything done otherwise quite simple actually number one do the thing you want to do but in bite sized chunks number to keep doing it for a while say month number three see what happens. The math is quite elementary. My six year old can figure it out one plus one plus one plus one over and over again. Thirty Times equals thirty if I do one task per day for thirty days is possible. I finished thirty tasks. It doesn't get much simpler. What's holding us back? Here's what it is. Is that big number? It's the thirty. Were scared of thirty a whole lot. More Than One. So take one at a time. Just one want an added bonus for pure entertainment and much delayed gratification. Take the oldest. Dust covered really annoying item from your to do and do that. Just do that one. Then when you're done stand back and admire it

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How to Use Calculators and Quizzes to Skyrocket Leads with Randy Rayess

Marketing School

05:08 min | Last week

How to Use Calculators and Quizzes to Skyrocket Leads with Randy Rayess

"Okay everyone today, we've got another special episode of Marketing School where we bring on amazing guests to teach you the things that they know the cool companies out. There are part of an also other cool stuff that they are doing, and our next guest is randy res-, who I've known for years and years. He's got a company called out. One of the CO founders and outgrow is a platform that lets marketers. Launch Interactive calculators that boosts customer engagement and lead to higher conversion I. Firstly used it I love it. I mentioned it a couple of times. Sources also on this podcast as well. Randy is also the CO founder of venture packed. Are you still part of as well? Yeah that's cool. So Randy, I, mean you know it's it's been a very long time have spoken to you for while you've now moved up to the bay area but how are things going man going? Well, it's going well as you know, it's kind of in the middle of the covert situation for the last five months but otherwise, he's been doing our best in Algebra to help the companies that were have been. And to make sure our team members are comfortable with the new from home setup Yup. Cool. So can you tell us a little more about outgrow how it works and also how you guys make money shirt? So what is basically tool focused on helping marketers improve their conversion rates and engagement on their websites, and so the way we help with that is we make it easy for marketers to build a wide range of interactive personally tools. So if someone lands on your page, they instead of just having regular contact us form, you can create more powerful interactive tools like an Roi calculator, a cost savings calculator. Chopped balked and assessment recommendation engine. So all these different tools we make it easy for marketers to build without any technicolor design skill and it helps conversion engagement. And the business itself, how does pricing work if People Wanna get started and then I'd like to know also whatever number you can around the business whether it's growth rates, revenues, whatever you're Oakland to sharing. Sure. So the plans will vary. So our small plan is around fourteen a month and are larger plant and it goes up from there depending on features in needs for people in this podcast. If they go to Algebra dot co forward slash school they get a thirty day trial for the a lot more time to really try out the tool for free without a card required than we can help them on custom plant or one of our standard plants. So really it's going. To start way than if you have a advanced need, we can create a custom planner or you can use one of our larger plants in terms of scale. So we have over five thousand page of businesses that use us, and we have about eight core content types that people will build with our platform. The main ones are calculators, quizzes, chat bots, recommendation engines in essence. Got It. I mean if I were to look at low and five thousand paying customers. So you're probably north of seventy grand monthly recurring revenue something around that range could be probably more because you average it outright something like that. Well. So we have a wide range of the fourteen is the lowest plan, and then we have a higher plans that go up from there so. It'll be like five thousand times. Maybe I don't know you could be at two, hundred, fifty grand are who knows right but I don't need exact number me I just tried to play the guessing game right now out grows has been successful it's been continue to grow I mean, I, think this is maybe five years ago or so could be four years ago you know Randy and I were working out of a we were in downtown Los Angeles. Times. Have Changed Man. So right now because there's one website I can think of the entire website and just calculators right so what context would people be want to use something like outgrow? Why should they be using that over maybe like creating e book or using one of those landing page tools? Yeah. Sure. So I think the way to think about it is, of course, you know financial health and wellness will have lots. Of. calculators quizzes as their core content right you know what's the interest rate on a mortgage? What's The you know your retirement investing health and wellness for like what's up Yoga do the fitness routines those things are examples that everyone knows but there's actually a lot that can be done in other industries as well. So for example, in SAS, whereas company and outgrow, we help people figure out what types of ideas they can build. Using our tool, we have an idea generation tool women are white calculator to help people figure out what are Y of using outgrow based on how many the lead lift that they can get. So companies lied you know salesforce, they'll be marquette they'll use outgrow to help better educate their audience in a much more personalized wait. So instead of just saying Oh, hey, this design software that can help you you try to get A. Sense of what their needs are, and then you specify the specific tool, the specific plan or the specific value to provides that's relevant to them, and so that kind of flow is different from a more static these content that might come through you booker started blocks or anything we complement those. Well, it's not I don't think it has to be one or the other what we've seen as most people do both

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How to identify your podcast's niche

Podcasting Q&A

03:45 min | 2 weeks ago

How to identify your podcast's niche

"Welcome to the podcast Hugh where you learn the best tips and strategies to launch, grow and monetize your show. This week's question comes from Harsha hateem bus brought. My name is Harsha and my podcast. It's called two cents on Thursday. It's a podcast that has started with my friend and it is a way for us to share some of the conversations that we would generally have or a phone call and we cover mainly topics regarding technology pop culture, and anything interesting we might have come Christian the. But it has been predominantly technology. Now, as it's a very broad topic, what is your advice on finding a niche for a podcast so that we build an audience who has an expectation from us, and if you have any tips for us to keep a lookout as we are calling more episodes would love to hear from you. Thanks guys. Thank you so much for your question. Harsha this is actually really important piece of podcasting after launching a podcast and being consistent developing your niche is such an important part of podcast growth and while niching down can seem like you're automatically excluding people. Share niching down actually helps people find exactly what you're offering with your podcast, and if you're podcasting for business niching down can definitely translate into customers in sales. So this episode, we're going to discuss how to discover your niche so that you have plenty of things to talk about and that your audience knows what to expect when they come to listen to your podcast. So when it comes to discovering your niche, one of the things that you want to think about is, what can you talk about illicitly? What are you passionate about because ultimately starting with a broad topic here is not the worst thing and actually allows you to leverage something very broad that you can distill down into a lot of different types of topics which will give you lots of things to talk about. For example, if we're GONNA talk about technology, we can start with this broad topic of technology, but then break that down into a lot of different subgroups. So there's technology within. A certain industry we talking electrtonics are we talking gains kind of technology? Can we compare technology? So the goal here is to find a niche that you are passionate about that also fits with maybe a need within podcasting world. So you don't just pick something that nobody's talking about that. You're actually not interested in because that's not going to work. But if you love cat videos and that is your thing and you feel like not enough people are podcast about cat videos go for it. You're going to be successful there because you're passionate about it in there is a need for it. The second thing that you want to consider when you're trying to discover your niche is to research. So think about your episodes if you've already got a podcast which ones do the best download. Wise. So if you've got an episode about monetize gotten a hundred and seventeen listens in the past thirty days, and then you've got an episode about content that's gotten thirty six plays in the past thirty days. You're probably GONNA WANNA, look at monetize a little bit more because it's indicating that people want to hear more about this from you. The other thing that you can look at is your followers. On social media, you can pull them and ask them, Hey, what do you guys want to hear more of this season? What would you like to talk about more and the idea here is not that you get new ideas necessarily as much as maybe different angles or subgroups on what you're already doing they're already listening to you. So they like something that you're doing but hopefully, they can provide a fresh lens or new angle on something that you hadn't thought about before and last place that you can do a little bit of research is with the competition. So if you've got a podcast about. Lawn care. You can just do a quick search of other podcasts that are talking about lawn care and if they have really great episodes that are doing well on the latest lawnmower, you can just create your version of that and that will also help you know Oh. This does well I don't have to do a bunch of legwork to discover what does well I can look at what's already performing really well, and then make my version of that. Put My spin on that and your audience will love that eat that up. So the point here is do the research to help you discover. Your ideal niche, and then from there, you can start generating ideas for potential topics of episodes that fit within that niche. Thank you so much for your question Harsha.

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Trump and First Lady Contract COVID-19

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump and First Lady Contract COVID-19

"The president of the United States has come down with the corona virus and has tested positive. Now after everything that we've seen for the last six months and everything that he has talked about and said about the virus and its implications and its effects on this country, the president even recently talked about this nation rounding the corner. He is now one of the seven plus million Americans who has come down with this virus. I think it's notable that Dr Colin talked about help from from the country's greatest medical professionals because this is now something. Where the White House clearly is pulling in sort of an all hands on deck response here the question is what happens next something that you and my colleague. Peter Alexander, just talked about was the president's travel. We Are we are thirty days right thirty two days from Election Day here the president had an aggressive campaign schedule for months I have been hearing from sources close to the campaign and the president that the closer it gets to election day the more he will be on the road he likes to get out and do those rallies whereas you know we have seen crowds with very few masks. Almost. No social distancing. Repeatedly, the president is now going to be doing that now in the run-up to the election. So the outstanding questions that we have our how he will handle this sort of work from home quarantine situation he is feeling well now Dr Conley, the question is, is this early on in the development of the virus in his system might that change that is something of course, we're going to need to watch extremely closely here how this affects political campaign and Frankly Brian? How this affects the business of America the person that I just got off the phone with said the key thing. Here is to keep on working there is still business to be done. There is still a job to be done and the president This person says will continue to do that but there is a lot of implications for this year. The President of course is not the first foreign leader to come down with corona virus I'm thinking of Boris Johnson for example, I'm thinking of Bolsonaro as well, but it is significant in that the US has grappled to contain this virus into contain this pandemic. Now, the president has become frankly the face of the pandemic for for the rest of the country,

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An Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Begins Human Clinical Trials

The Bio Report

04:42 min | 2 weeks ago

An Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Begins Human Clinical Trials

"May May Peter Thanks for joining us. Great to be any pleasure. We're GONNA talk about Kovacs Peptide vaccines and the company's efforts to develop a vaccine for covid Nineteen Kovacs is a division of United Biomedical which has long produce. Vaccines May maybe you can begin by just talking about how Kovacs came about. He Asher. So it started about six months ago when cove nineteen was coming across ocean and essentially how you know my husband, my Lou gave Peter a content listen i. think we could do something about this curve nineteen we we were ground SARS, the first one almost twenty years ago, and thankfully for the world never win anything anywhere but this covid nineteen doesn't appear to be. Letting down. So I think we can leverage our platform for both diagnostics vaccine's what do you think and of course Peter was like absolutely let's do it. So that was the birth. Origination of Kovacs. Now here we are in body told for one vaccine later. Up there you're you're both in investor and vice chairman what was the relationship? How did you know me and what led you to become involved? So I had met may may an Lou years earlier through the X Prize Foundation they were at our annual visionary event, which is our big get together with sort of world leaders and Philanthropists and Ed became really super close friends. We have kids same age and I joined their board of a sister company called United Neuroscience, which is now rebranding as back sanity. and. I found them to be just absolutely brilliant passionate dedicated biotech leaders who had a very different mindset from the beginning that that redneck was very. Resonated with me from a perspective of things I care about about demonetizing democratizing healthcare, and and. So I joined their board at this other company. And in March when they called me a like of course, let's jump in and I helped pull together the Capitol to kick Kovacs off. And then May. and Lou who are co CEOS of Kovacs and also the other company vaccine entity. You'll have an amazing science team. Globally around the world and end within thirty days will was extraordinary from a standing start being able to use and leverage different parts of the of the previous companies. May Enter team first of all developed what is now the most sensitive most Pacific blood antibody test? This is not PR. This is have you developed antibodies right? The blame by test serology and they developed thirty different vaccines. And started. Looking at those the efficacy, those vaccines and ended up with a lead candidate, which is pretty extraordinary. Think of you as a a fairly big vision guy people may know you as the founder of the x prize earlier singularity. University. Also co-authored a very optimistic view of the future in abundance. Bestseller really a good guy who's embraced technology is making a better world. In some respects you you're interested Kovacs's understandable given the scope of this pandemic at the same time it. Almost, a bit mundane in that. It's it's not a problem necessarily in in need of a new technological solution. Is there something about Kovacs that? Inspires you in light of the other things you do. While they're is the it's the platform. Here in the platform, something, that may his mom? Who is the you know the? Founder of the company and and really the inventor of the technology. So we're living in a world right now that is healthcare isn't healthcare at sick care and the system takes care of you after you're sick and while we spend an extraordinary amount of money. In the United. States. Are Healthcare is awful I mean really is terrible. It's comparatively to other countries money we spend we should be ashamed of what we get result

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How To Scale Your Offer With Ravi Abuvala

Marketing School

04:38 min | 2 weeks ago

How To Scale Your Offer With Ravi Abuvala

"Everyone today we've got another special episode of Marketing School. At this time, it is with Ravi. Bhalla I think I got that right scaling with systems he's chief scaling officer. We're GonNa let him explain what that means in a second, but she's comes affirm that helps other companies scaled to multiple seven fighters using virtual assistant automation systems and I love nursing out on this type of stuff you know whether it's marketing whether it is you WanNa talk about mergers and acquisitions there always are systems that you have to follow and really great. To Have Ravi on the show. How's it going man? I'm Doin' excellent Eric. Thank you so much for having me on longtime listener actually just in the last guests that you had on us to swift. So that's actually how i. kind of had stumbled across through guys in the first place and everyone that's listening. You got so lending ears, I. Hope I gave you got some value today for sure it's going to be dig out as. Many nuggets as I can for everyone. So let's talk about it. I mean scaling what systems, what is your definition of it and maybe some practical kind of case studies examples yeah it'd be happy. So we essentially take businesses usually higher ticket service space businesses, and usually in the business sector. So online advertising, we've done real estate investing real estate residential search engine optimization. We've gone across the board, but essentially, what we do is we help. Them scale by setting in systems automations and the coolest part about it as we have a training center in the Philippines and we place fully trained virtual assistance inside of our clients companies at about three dollars an hour. So we essentially teaching them what they need to do or grow and scale sales, funnels automations add we can nerd out on that, and then we actually give them a virtual assistant that's going to do that work for them. Got So maybe I mean stories are always a good way to explain kind of what you do. So is a case that you can speak to his for example, I work with this type of company and we did this specifically and these are the results that they saw. A glove too. So there's a few different ones but I just was on a podcast little earlier on a day and gentleman was creating podcast essentially PR company where he gets other people on podcasts and explaining to him about a client of mine. Adam he is an incredible company mogul insider and he came to us he didn't really have know what he was doing. He said how what kind of run up your company but I don't know what I'm GonNa do and I look I've been on these PODCASTS, their incredible I've been monetize. An quite a bit just from the value on giving people reaching out to us as are the biggest issues in the marketplace is in this industry is you give people on podcast, but the other issue is that you're not figuring out teach people how to monetize that podcast like how do you actually make money from you just saying, Hey, I have a great product or service doesn't really do anything and so what we pretty much did is crap in a back end off for him so that he was actually teaching his clients, how to. Generate sales from the PODCASTS that they're getting on how to generate leads and sales from, and so we essentially helped him construct that and he came in literally dollars in the bank. When he started this product with us, we taught him Dave, the virtual system created a sales funnel forum, great video sales letter first thirty days he did about forty thousand dollars in monthly recurring revenue, and then within six weeks, he had about eighty thousand dollars monthly recurring revenue, and that's literally before he had even finished paying us off he was already at. Sixty thousand dollars a month recurring revenue from zero and it was because we were able to number. One system is the back end offer so that it was something that was the product market fit and just pour gasoline on the fire by having instagram outrage linked in outreach email advertising that kind of stuff. So just to clarify, did you take him from zero to eighty k. a month or so to sixty km length or both? So zero to sixty K. and then he actually joined my higher. Here's like look this works like with your. Higher level, and then we took him to eighty K. and we did that literally just by working a little bit closer with them and adding in I think organics are great way to start a you guys obviously deal talk about Seo Inorganic and we do that really really heavy. But at some point, obviously throwing in the paid ads aspect of it can really light a few on the fire and that's essentially where we did after we have a product market fit? We know the Messaging Works and We know that sales funnel converts then we're actually GONNA turn on pay traffic and that's how you Agassi take off. Got Just so I, understand this are you basically helping people craft their offer and then you're helping them scale it and then you had a va just to say, Hey, you go. We're going to take the training wheels off go a great question. So actually most of the time people already coming to us with an offer a product market fit? So he already had the idea that he. Wanted, and usually we don't work with or like I want make my first dollar online because that's a whole different person. That's like, Hey, I already have testimonies I have case studies. I just can't get enough deals. I can't get enough appointments on the phone whatever it is really great. Most of the time that has to do with you just not having enough attention and so day one that client works with us they sign up with us and work with us. We pretty much crafter messaging regret. What channel did you need going on and then we give it to the virtual assistant who does that outreach for them and so it's not unusual for client of ours who averages wanted to appointments a week before they come to us come in and within twenty four hours, they have about eight to ten appointments on the calendar for their service.

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The Quickest Way to Form Healthy Habits that Stick

The Chalene Show

04:59 min | 3 weeks ago

The Quickest Way to Form Healthy Habits that Stick

"In two thousand and seven researchers at Oxford. University started looking at the brains of newborn babies and what they found was pretty Dang interesting. What they found when comparing the brains of newborn babies to the brains of adults. Was that adult had fewer get this fewer neurons in their brain than newborns did kind of interesting ha and that was very compelling for the researchers they wanted to. Why would babies have more neurons? If obviously, adults are more skilled and smarter et Cetera they can do more and they wanted to know, okay. What was going on in the brain? What they discovered is a concept that they now call synoptic pruning. Okay and here's just a really layman's way of understanding synoptic pruning. It is our synapses think of them as if you. Don't use it. You lose it. Our synapses are a fancy way of describing the connection happens between two neurons in your brain. So it's as basic idea that your brain if it doesn't need those connections, they they kind of fade away if they don't get used to frequently they disappear if you will. So let me give you a more tactical example this. So let's say that the country the world is in the middle of a pandemic and everyone goes into lockdown and you decide to every day of the pandemic to go roller skating. Now used to do it as a kid, but you haven't done it in years and years and years. Well, what happens is when you're a kid you, you could do like shoot the duck and you could roller skate backwards and can do all these really cool things and you were very, very confident on your roller skates. But now you're an adult and you're putting on your rollerskates again, and while some of those sit ups, are there the connections that used to exist between them have either weekend or they fallen away? But you star roller skating every single day for like six months. And your brain begins to strengthen these connections. So it's not only physically are you getting better at it? Mentally you're getting better and the more you practice the stronger those connections become in those connections start to get faster and more efficient. So when the first time you through on your rollerskates, you're like, Whoa Whoa it felt like it literally felt like the first time even. Though you've done it for years but now you're throwing your roller skates and your body knows how to respond when you start to lose your balance. It doesn't make you nervous. The brain builds these stronger faster connections and you start to develop skills much more easily it feels second nature. In fact, you're no longer thinking about it. It's a biological process that happens in our brains. And it's these biological processes, these synapses, these connections that allow us to make habits the type of habits where you're not even thinking about it you're just doing it. It's the same process that happens when you're in your car, you're driving somewhere, and then suddenly you're getting off an exit and you're like, what am I doing? This is my exit. This is just the exit that I normally get off on your brain wasn't even thinking about it though synapses were happening without you even being aware of them. The synopsis are so strong that you don't have to think about it. You don't have to discipline yourself to do these things. They just happen an example of that might be brushing your teeth and example that might be robbing. Your is in the morning example that might be sitting up in bed and opening up your phone. An example of that might be before you go to bed you get coffee ready for the morning. These are things you don't even think about you just do them over and over and over again. And the more we repeat on the stronger those synopsis become the question is, how do we get ourselves to the point at which we've repealed it? So often that the connection is there, the synapse is strong and we no longer have to rely on discipline or thinking about it. We've developed a habit a habit that is strongly connected in a pathway in our brains. The answer is something bj. Fog Habit expert in Stanford University Researcher Calls Implementation intention in other words stacking one habit on top of another pairing a new habit he wants to develop with one that's already been established. One that already has the synapses connected hardwired. We all want to develop healthy habits. We all want to have those habits that make it easier for us to just get through the day and not have to. Rely on discipline and I have to remind ourselves or to beat ourselves up. When we forget to do something, we want these habits yet we've been told by the media, buy books by authors, Experts that habit is the act of repeating something over and over and over again, you've probably heard the myth that it takes twenty one days thirty days to form a habit

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Microsoft Teams getting breakout rooms, virtual commute, and new ‘Together Mode’ backgrounds

Daily Tech News Show

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Microsoft Teams getting breakout rooms, virtual commute, and new ‘Together Mode’ backgrounds

"Microsoft announced new features coming to teams. Not Space or robots virtual commutes reflecting during commute time can increase productivity twelve to fifteen percent according to Microsoft. But if you're not commuting these days, you don't get that reflective time. So you can schedule a virtual commute on teams at the beginning and end of your day starting in the first half of twenty twenty, one meditation breaks in partnership with head space can be scheduled as part of your virtual commute or as its own break during the day Microsoft says, maybe like right before you do a big presentation Kinda help focus Microsoft. Says, thirty days of head space resulted in a thirty two percent decrease in stress in a study workplace analytics is providing the ability for managers to get data. On workers like after hours collaboration focus time. Meeting effectiveness. Cross company connections all users will be able to use the analytics to get recommended actions for changing their habits to improve productivity and wellbeing. If you unplug at the end of the day, it's going to give you credit. It'll help you reclaim time to focus reduce your meeting overload features like that are coming in October for managers and rolling out to the rest through twenty twenty one. There's also new together mode scenes, coffeeshops, conference rooms, auditoriums, and later this year machine language will scale and center participants better in that together mode. If you're like what's together mode, it's what they use in the NBA Games to put everybody together in the stands. Dynamic view is getting custom layouts for how content shows up during presentations. That's what you're standing in front of your presentation. On the video, you can point to it breakout rooms, the ability to split a meeting into smaller groups, and then you can pop around to the different groups and then bring them back into larger meeting. Later, there's also. RECAPS meeting recordings, transcript chat, and file shared in the meetings chat and attendee registration with automated emails, streamlined calling view and new devices. Some USB peripherals with dial pads, Microsoft team displays which Kinda like an Amazon Echo show but for teams team panels outside of meeting space when you get back into the office. audio codes polly and Yale Link will offer affordable team phones designed for common areas as well. So but stuff coming into teams.

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A Million Mortgage Borrowers Fall Through Safety Net

WSJ Your Money Briefing

07:33 min | Last month

A Million Mortgage Borrowers Fall Through Safety Net

"Early on in the pandemic Congress set up a program to protect homeowners with mortgages from losing their homes. But about a million borrowers have fallen through the safety net missed payments and late fees or putting them at greater risk, and that's further heightening fears of an eviction and foreclosure crisis with more on why so many borrowers have fallen behind on their mortgages despite this relief program, we're joined by our reporter Andrew Ackerman Andrew. Thanks for joining us. Hi, Charlie. Thanks for having me Andrew. I, tell us how this program known as forbearance works. It's unique to this crisis forbearance in the past has been used very narrowly for hurricanes or very regional Zaslov this time it's being used to keep as many people nationally in their homes as possible who are harmed rather virus and it just means you can skip up to a year of payments on your mortgage. And then make them up later. Somehow there's a little bit of a complication because it it applies to all federally guaranteed loans which are most of the market Fannie Freddie or fha backed loans. There is a market for private loans or loans aren't backed by the federal government, and some of those lenders are offering forbearance and others aren't, but for most of the market people can get this. Okay. So when we talk about one million homeowners falling through the cracks, what exactly does that mean that means is that there are a million people who have for whatever reason stopped paying their mortgage their at least thirty days behind or delinquent, and they are not in a forbearance plan. This includes both borrowers with Fannie and Freddie loan as well as people who have a private loan alone from a portfolio loan with a bank or something you know securitise in the private markets will don't. They know about the forbearance program are they scared to participate what exactly is going on here? That's a good question and I think the data's kind of murky but the from talking to lenders, some consumers, some counselors, the picture that we have is that a lot of people don't understand what forbearance means so they don't. Really know what their options are. The other thing is that early on especially early on and still somewhat today the messaging from the lenders was you can take a forbearance, but you're GONNA have to pay all of your mis- payments in one lump sum at the end of the forbearance, and that's really scared people that the scripts that the mortgage companies go through with people on the phone have changed significantly and there's a lot more outreach and education efforts that some of the lenders are trying the consumer groups in some lenders. Say It doesn't go far enough. They'd like better marketing but those are the two factors. There's uncertainty or it's an unknown thing and there's this fear that people have to pay everything back at once and that's just not feasible for most people. Why don't you describe for us the process of trying to obtain forbearance how hard is it? It shouldn't be that hard. There's no documentation requirements. You Literally Call Your Service and you say you can't pay and you WANNA forbearance and they're supposed to the the law, the a rescue bill from March called Cares Act. It says that people are entitled to up to a year. It's says six months that can be renewed for another six months. You have to ask for it. A lot of the lenders have been offering customers short of six months at a time they've been doing three-month for. That can be extended another three months and then twice more beyond the initial six months. Just kind of depends on the lenders it's supposed to be really easy to get. It's still confusing even the we've talked to people who got the forbearance and they were also getting letters from their lender saying that they were at risk of foreclosure because they've missed all these payments and so you get these contradictory messages from your from your lender those lenders are saying hey. Just ignore these letters these contradictory letters we were required, send them by state or federal law, and just know that you've got a forbearance but we still talk to people who said that kept them up at night. Well, I was wondering, for instance, people were jumping through hoops trying to find information about forbearance on the telephone well that he has also been a significant issue if. You talk to counselors and some of the consumers we talked to they would say that I mean they describe this kind of bureaucratic nightmare to be honest everything has happened kind of quickly if you talk to the lenders, they say they're moving to kind of implement this forbearance plan on a scale that's never been envisioned for forbearance before. So they're hiring people to take calls their. End Result is at least initially, the times were significant. People were waiting a long time to get someone on the phone when they did get people on the phone calls might be dropped or they'd be sent to voicemail at the servicer and then they wouldn't hear back. So you have to kind of call the main number again, unfortunately, a lot of the servicers that the way. They're set up you can't just call one representative at the servicer. So you just of are dealing with somebody different every time they're following a script. So what they can say can be kind of very tightly controlled, and if it's with jargon people who aren't very skater even people who are sophisticated and don't know a lot about the mortgage market, you know it can be. It can be very confusing. These terms are not it's not intuitive. Are there a significant number of borrowers who've been in forbearance but of defaulted? Anyway that's the peculiar thing. There are significant numbers are what I would I think it's fair characterizes significant. There's about two hundred, fifty thousand people who were in forbearance at one point since the pandemic there now, no longer in forbearance and. They. are still past due on their loan and it begs the question. We don't know why that's the case. I haven't been able to find someone situated like that. But that's what the data shows and we we talked to people who had experience during the last crisis in two thousand eight and there were always people who just the lenders couldn't reach out to you know they. Knew, they were behind, they thought they were in trouble, and so they docked there servicer at every turn and it's speculative. But people think that that's that's this population kind of fits into that camp and so there are some efforts to reach out to those people. I would also say that two hundred fifty thousand is relatively small. There's fifty three million mortgages in this country Million people have been on forbearance at some point since the crisis started were down, it's under four million. Now, most of the people who've exited forbearance are either performing on their mortgage or they have paid off their loan. So it's an alarming number. It's relatively small and the whole universe and the whole mortgage universe. But there is also a concern that as people kinda hit the six month period who still need help that the number would increase because they won't know they actually have to request the extension, the additional six months. What are the next steps to watch for in this forbearance program? What's on the horizon forbearance figures overall spiked In April, May I believe June and they've steadily declined since the summer or late summer and what will be interesting to watch whether or not that trend continues or you see more people who need help, and probably if you see that, you'll see more people kind of falling through the cracks here where they don't know how to get help that sort of based on macroeconomic trends. Major companies are laying people off tens of thousands of people, and that's I think the Big Question Mark Wall Street Journal reporter Andrew, Ackerman. Thanks a lot Andrew. Hey. Thanks for your

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Virtual Holidays: Lessons from our Muslim friends

Can We Talk?

04:46 min | Last month

Virtual Holidays: Lessons from our Muslim friends

"Angelica Lindsey. Ali. My name is Sukhothai. My name is Ben to file. Hardest for all of us was on that was that was a killer think yes. Definitely a killer to not be able to be such a community months as a whole month. And for most of it for all amid were at home was how very first one ever. My entire life remembering having big told that we can't go to the mustard. A typical is version without covet. It's The Best Day of the year. Is Really Fun. So what we do is we wake up in the morning we put our best clothes on put our best perfumes and put a best jewelry. And then we go to the market for for prayers we played shoulder to shoulder some of us stay until midnight I'm the last ten days especially because those are more even more specialties the last than days a lot of people I, truly stay at the much. And then after prayers then we you know we congratulate each other go and visit family and friends. There is always a lot of food. There's a lot of festivities and my family I'm usually the one who cooks for all of our family and friends. I think all of us everything shut down in March. We knew Ramadan was coming in late May tune. I think all of us started to pray hard that this was not going to last until them. Praying shoulder to shoulder is a huge deal for us. It's almost like a transfer of a spiritual energy as we pray together and you you have to stay succeed apart because of covid obviously, I must sheets have been closed. So we had a live streaming of the actual prayer. I might be you know out of turn saying this but I, really think it was the women in Lima Sloan Community who really made the most of it because I think we're used to having to be adaptable to change and I. I really liked the way that there were so many outlets like there were so many classes I've found opportunity as many other women did to sort of take center stage. And so I actually had a class with over two hundred one from fifteen different countries every Saturday during the month of McGaw and that gave me an opportunity at least once a week to connect with women to talk about Ramadan go over spiritual principles and really gained much as we could from the month. So that was really beautiful. There were daily drive-thru if tires that women like put together so that if people need it food that they could drive through or walk through or deliver. So yeah I, think it's a time of. Trauma we're all in a collective state of trauma, but it's also a time of immense spirit of opportunity. So Rahman to actually very fulfilling. It got us to be we missed that community but on the other hand I, think all of us were just surprised that the advantages the positives. For instance, I would often either take all of my kids would break at the mustard or break at home and then pray at the mosque together but schooldays, right I wouldn't be able to do that I would often leave the behind This one though we came up with very. Creative ways of involving the kids. So the whole thirty days of the fast, we were able to private the break with our kids play with them, and then we were able to show them what we do in the mustard here at home we we taught my my son to lead some of the prayers which was I think very. Very in new and interesting for him very you know they're empowering for him so. That was a big positive I will go so far to say this year. Ramadan Ede were a lot more meaningful than they have been in the past because we have to be very intentional about who we chose to spend our time with. we were very mindful about wearing things that we could make ourselves or that we already had because a lot of the shops or close We spent a lot of time cheer rating, the experiences that we wanted to have for our children and with people who were within our bubble. So I'll though the fanfare of holiday was missing I really feel like this was one of the best holiday seasons ever because it stripped off all of the slush and really focus on what the essence of the holidays truly are so that that made unexpected. Beautiful.

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Looking Back On The First Year Sober

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

04:23 min | Last month

Looking Back On The First Year Sober

"Let's get to it. Here's heather. We're going to talk about that first year of sobriety today with Miss Heather who is joining US heather is about sixteen sober. So she just triumphed this one year mark that can be elusive for some people. Really. Hard to achieve. This is going to be fantastic conversation just talking about the difference in that first year when you get over that. Hump, and what it's like going into your second year and how did things change and now that you've had some distance and looking back on that first year, what is that feel like and how do you see things differently, those are all the things we're gonNA talk about. But to start, let's welcome heather to the show and heather. Why don't you take a few minutes and just tell everybody a little bit about you and your story. Takes her having me. I'm excited to be here with you definitely a big fan and obviously part of the the group that you have on facebook. So a lot of good information out there to women about my story. I, say it started to get pretty bad. Out Seven years ago so you know growing up drinking at my house it was normal everybody drank every party we got everything was surrounded around drinking and I I. Probably had my first drink at fourteen and that just because everyone else was it wasn't like I felt the urge to drink. But back then I would drink and I wouldn't crave it went on like that all the way through college up until about my first child and then exchanged that point. Something happened where The way that I consumed alcohol was different I thought that I had to have it to calm me down. And it really changed outlook on how I drank, and then I had my second son or my second child. And was I had him it got worse and worse. This whole time may still jobs still have the same family still haven't lost everything, but things did start going bad by took my husband police were to my house things that as a professional women I would never think would happen in my lifetime because I was always quote the good one and didn't have these issues and so it got to a point though where I would wake up have to figure out what am I gonNA drink today how am I gonNa get it in and that would be my constant thought. Lou Up at one point where I finally got sick of myself in my husband was asking me to go to Rehab my family would say to me this is ridiculous your drinking. and. Finally, I had an incident on a business trip where I just. In, the mirror and I said I cannot look at myself anymore and and do this, and so I flew from place I was to Rehab for thirty days and really embraced program. Never Mind I'm not get out of this show home. Someone said. To me, they said, I want you to try. All you have to do is try if you really want to go home, you can try it and see how or extreme. So from that moment, would someone say not to be changed my outlook and I thought well, I, did fly all the way here to try to get sober based on really hitting my rock bottom impact impacted to my job A. Little Bit. That was my last Straw. So I stay stuck it out key back to my hometown and the first thing I did when I got back, which we have suggested was a meeting and so fortunately I did have some contacts air I contacted them and I was home at midnight on Saturday night from Rehab, and then the next morning I was at a women's meeting and so I just really. From, that point I try to get sober for the past four years of four years prior to the sixteen months that I have and nothing would ever work. It just I didn't I wasn't ready but once I decided I was ready and came back and just I just took direction really instead of listening to myself because my thoughts don't leave me to the right places. Or the right thoughts, and then also make excuses when I finally just listen to what other people are saying, and then still continued that. Let's just try to keep to keep trying and I kept saying that to myself an Harry. M.. Now six months.

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How Long Does it Take for a Plant to Be Considered 'established'?

Your Gardening Questions

02:11 min | Last month

How Long Does it Take for a Plant to Be Considered 'established'?

"Because I have a forty five year old oaken, my front yard long time established roots probably into my neighbor's yard nothing to my side yard and so on. I still. Give. That plant a good thorough soaking when it's been nearly thirty days since the reign of any significance I don't mean something to settles the dust but something significant because much like people although however, very different a plant that has a good summer's growth. Is Far more resilient plants. Plants manage their internal characteristics be for insect protection for Disease Protection for growth it's it's a very complicated story that I only partly understand but even on a great big old, tree. I will consider it established a time back, but I'll still water after thirty day period when there's been nothing substantial. So to to Tom's question I would say that most plants won't. Be established. Even even basically until the third year of growth and then on the fourth year, probably often running more or less on their own. Now, I know a great number of plants that are catered to. To the point of drowning them be have to be careful there. I also know a plant where people don't think anything beyond the first thirty day they plant they water and they walk away and that's it. The plant suffers on or dis. Tom figure year one, it's like a new child. And A. Quality bottle baby, and then the second year child is starting to move around We'll be standing up soon. Pulling things off the coffee table and then the year. Hide everything that could move. The. Child is becoming established so too is the plant, but then I I I'm serious about this business of four years for full establishment. to where you've made in most cases, a pretty significant investment in landscaping.

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How to Get More Podcast Listeners

Marketing School

03:34 min | Last month

How to Get More Podcast Listeners

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. And I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about how you can get more podcasts listener. So podcasts are still exploding right now I definitely recommend everyone checkout just Google Edison podcast reporters at annual report that shows you how podcast are continuing to grow interesting enough throughout the spend Amick we actually we almost touch one point three, million in last month I don't know if you saw neil. So we'll do not were growing through this thing which is crazy. So more podcast listeners like kick it off I one thing that you can do. One thing you should do. This is basic. You have to be consistent most people give to easily most people are like after thirty days of doing it or sixty-two, even sixty days of doing it. It's like. Know I'm not getting much not getting much but you gotta keep going as long as you think you are learning as long as you think you getting better just like with the leveling up podcast I wasn't getting anything for the first two years. If you have the right goal in mind that you are here to educate yourself and learn more articulate to a small group of people that will continue to grow don't just come and be like, oh. These people have millions and millions of downloads I'll never be that way come with with that mindset you'll never get there. Yet you know an Eric if you look at his podcast, he did well, because he was consistent on top of that when everything your podcast promoted through all your channels, let people know about it and not just once let them know every single episode whether you want to push your content and do through emails or social channels. Heck wanting that we even do and you can copy. This is every time you're doing a podcast recording, go live on your social channels and that a hub bring more attention to your podcast and actually caused you to get more listeners as well. Yeah. repurposes much as you can kind of doubling down on meals point there's a service called repurpose house of repurpose house dot io you can use them I mean it's like two hundred to five hundred dollars a month but these videos like Neil I were were live right now but these videos can be recorded into small little social pieces and we can push it out in social sometimes. I'd do it, and if you don't have time for that. I recommend using an APP called Shuffle I. Think it's an it's called get shuffle I believe and you can make though transcribed for you and you could share to instagram stories. You can also do the same with overcast. So sometimes, I'll take fifteen minutes or fifteen second segments and I'll I'll push to stories but the point here is You, WanNa make the most of what you have and a lot of people. Now, everyone still at home right now, people are still down to do video interviews and you can just go further with beautyrest. You're finding a time why don't you make the most of it? And then another thing to keep in mind as you're oldies are goodies. So podcasting everyone folks on their latest episodes wanting to know is your old episodes can keep getting traffic that every game traffic google also is ranking podcast episodes end search now. So make sure you're putting them on a website make it easy to find so that way you can get the Seo juice from it, and also when you're listening to podcasts in the stores, don't show your latest ten episodes you're one hundred episodes showcase as many as they allow you to showcase because even the old wounds will still get searched and get traffic. As, well YEP and the other thing too is whatever hosting platform you're using podcast host pushes the spotify push soundcloud, push it to all these other channels because it's free to do it it's not gonNa take you much more effort dealer thing I'll add to that is if you're doing an interview podcast collaborating with people making it easy for them, maybe you give him a little tweet maybe you give them a little social image or whatever it is you decide but oftentimes whenever I do interviews someone and they promote it, it goes way further and the podcast grows a lot faster I found to be really effective.

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Dont Mess Up Your Recovery

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:25 min | Last month

Dont Mess Up Your Recovery

"Hello Mike Brands Welcome to episode Number One, Hundred Twenty six of the addiction unlimited podcast. I'm your coach, Angela Pugh. Thank you for hanging out with me today listening to the pod today. We're GONNA talk about some of the most common ways I see people when they are trying to stop drinking and just can't get it to stick right. Some of the most common ways we screw up or sobriety, and one thing I want to be clear on with this many of these are not struggles specific to addiction, right? These are struggles specific to being human. But we focus on recovery. So I'm going to make it fit with that but this is not a thing that we have and nobody else has it right? These are all things that everybody struggles with in every area of life. Some of our greatest obstacles in this journey are just human nature. We're all super committed to the big change we want to make in the beginning it's easy to be committed in the beginning you feel good your motivation is high on top of your game. The hard part is staying committed for the long game. In this is something that ninety eight percent of the population struggles with. I. Just made up that number by the way I don't know. I would say might be more than that. But so does it yourself up about it like there's something wrong with you there's nothing wrong with you. It takes practice to learn how to do things differently than you've done them for your whole life or for many years. These habits and mistakes will also pop up in different parts of Your Life at different times for me. I've made huge strides in being committed when I want to achieve something and that doesn't mean that I'm easily committed in every area of my life. Okay. I'm fantastic with commitment and dedication to my sobriety, and I'm pretty good at it with entrepreneurship because I'm a workaholic and my work is so much fun. So that's kind of easy for me. But I really struggle when it comes to other things. Time management isolation food sugar. I still fall into the trap of binge-watching, a new TV show when I should be recording a podcast or creating social media graphics or returning phone calls, and then I get way behind on things and I don't feel good about it and start beating myself up about it and Yada Yada Yada. We're not perfect creatures that will do things perfectly and make the right decision one hundred percent of the time and never make mistakes and never hurt each other's feelings and always do the right thing. Forget that thought. It's not about trying to do everything right all the time. It's about consistently learning from the decisions and actions that don't work and consistently making an effort to do the things that are good for you and make you a happier person. And you have to do it like a million times to get good at it. I get the feeling sometimes that we have this misconception that if we do things a few times, we should be finished like I went to a five or six times so I should be cured. or I worked out for two weeks. So I should totally be in shape. I ate healthy four meals. So I should have lost that ten pounds. I put in five job application so I should have a job by now. We are hard wired for instant gratification in that definitely makes things a bit more challenging, but it won't you to start thinking about it as a long game instead of a short game think about it like the actions you take today may not give you instant results. But you know by doing the right things over and over again, you're building your future in creating long-term relief in results. So, let's dig in to this list I. Put together. Number One. You've heard me say two million times. Being noncommittal meaning, you are not making an actual commitment to stop drinking. Many of us want to stop drinking for a little while. We make deals with ourselves that will stop for thirty days or sixty days or ninety days, and then you're shocked when you start drinking again and it goes terribly The truth is you wouldn't be stopping drinking if you were able to drink in moderation, right? None of us would do that if we could control it, we would. and. The unfortunate part of this lack of commitment is that it puts you in a position of having to constantly. All Day long every single day of your life you're having to decide over and over again whether or not you're going to drink. and honestly it's exhausting. Nothing will wear you down faster than being in a nonstop argument with the committee about drinking or not drinking.

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China’s new tech export rules could further complicate TikTok’s U.S. sale

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

00:22 sec | Last month

China’s new tech export rules could further complicate TikTok’s U.S. sale

"The Chinese government laid on Friday updated its export rules in a way that could delay the sale of tiktok revising list of technologies that would need to get approval before export such approval could take thirty days. Even as the trump administration has said a mid-september deadline to complete the sale of tiktok US operations to one of several. Suitors including Microsoft Walmart and

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30 60 90 With Mike Simmons

Daily Sales Tips

05:24 min | Last month

30 60 90 With Mike Simmons

"Talking about things in the context of thirty, sixty, ninety, you guys have heard me talk about this kind of Nauseam. It's like a cue go since talking about thirty, sixty ninety again. What does this mean? This is? A PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR DUMMIES WHY? Because I'm a dummy and I'm not. Certified I know the. I know who? Is Is. Project Management Book of knowledge or body of Knowledge Project Management Instituted Project Management Professional. Anyhow. That's not what this thirty sixty ninety. Why are we going? Accomplish the next thirty days? What are we going to accomplish in the next sixty days? What are we going to accomplish in the next ninety days? Notice I say next thirty next sixteen next ninety reason why next three next sixteen next ninety or important to me because I'm not GonNa just wait. The next period before I deliver that I'll anger try to deliver those things as soon as possible. But these are the things I want to accomplish in the next thirty days. Next Sixty S next ninety days you've heard me talk about this before in the design backward execute going forward. So if I know that I need to get a contract and in order to implant something I've going to have to get a contract. So my implementation gate is on. must do simple math your wonders in December. Center I might implementation. In order to implement on December I probably have to do some kind of proof of concept or some kind of soft launch is called the soft launch radio soft launch inside the organization to make sure things work technically. So back off. You thirty days to do that soft launch. So. In order to do that soft launch and thirty s actually got a contract in place. That means I doubt the contract in place by November I well, in order to get the contract in place by November, I gotTa have due diligence done. GotTa. Have whatever contracting process done now my take let's say that that takes fourteen days. Let's say it's really really vast. We're talking about a single page paper release things in and out the second do that fourteen days. So now by November fifteen, I've gotta have contract in hand of the person on the other end. Now I didn't factor in his what's between November fifteenth and December verse. The thanksgiving, right so got skin which is going to be a holiday period that I gotta work on. So I'm to back this up another seventy S. so now were November seven contract people were can hand. That's just if we're gonna hit everything on time. Now beyond that I've got to agree to the terms early in the contract well, that might take a couple of weeks depending on who is going to be involved. We have to give people from purchasing to get people from. Other groups do have to get the technical people involved who else needs to be part of. So what we want to have in here is an implementation plan that gets us all the way to December I kinda walks out what is that entire period look like so then we know that we at least we're nine point where we're talking about something. Let's say October first the likelihood getting that deal done is actually really really low. So if you WANNA deal done and you want to get something implemented I December probably need to be talking with those folks those folks in getting organized around things by the first of October. We don't have that place in the likelihood of US getting that deal done pretty low now if we got longer. Cell cycles than we've got to extend those in the thirty, sixty ninety becomes more challenging. So my first thirty days. My next sixty is next ninety days. Ninety days out might be we go ahead and we watch to the audience. So launch. By the end of sixties within that first sixty days, we have our soft launch plan we know who the stakeholders are. How things are going to be communicated Guy Maybe. We've got our success criteria established. Thirty years before. We've got our scoped out. And we got general buying or decision on putting these things. Now, we could plug in a lot of these things and to be honest with you. Hate when people say that. So here I go saying that I said that I can go three different occasions today including on another video recorded by what I? WanNa. DO IS WANNA. Look at this in the context of this could be three hours, six hours, nine hours. So the next three hours next six hours, nine hours I want to get in the next three days sixty days nine days next three weeks, six weeks, nine weeks. Very. Sixty ninety three months, six months, nine months. Three years, six years, nine years just break it up into smaller pieces of three so they can always start attacking those. Point time in this area and I'm not hitting on those marks I know where my risk is and I see I might have to adjust before I get too close right out here kind of work at something that's supposed to happen in ten days and the reality is we have been front of Trinity. So that's why thirty sixty ninety day are so important to me these do not need to be really complex couple ballpoints these milestones or mile markers that we want to get through the movies died posts in your journey from. One July or mcnabb drive from Austin Texas to Orange California.

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Conversation With Cheryl Walsh

PhotoBiz Xposed

06:34 min | 2 months ago

Conversation With Cheryl Walsh

"We're going to jump into this interview with Cheryl Wash in just a second, if you are hearing this announcement doesn't mean you are listening to the free version of the podcast that means you won't be here in the full interview today was show. So if you want to hear more printing in house had generate siles from your fine art photography had a mock it. You'll find out photography and find buyers for your work. If you want to hear more bet all of that grab a pre-membership, he can trial it for thirty days for one dollar of red photo basics. Dot Com Ford Slash Tri. Photocopies X DOT COM slash try sign up, get full access to the interview with. Today plus get access to the full back catalogue and everything else that goes along with premium membership. Hopefully, I'll see you in this soon. Isis it's time for Andrew. Special guest. The time fine art photographer gets thrown around a lot in our industry. In some cases, it feels like the photographer is purely looking for liable to place on their work that files to successfully deliver an idea message on emotion. Today's guest is a portrait and underwater fine art photographer and she does not fall into that category. Her photography has a dream like appearance featuring floating goddesses that appear to be more like masterful paintings than photographic. She says, I shoot dramatic underwater portrait's that are reflective of overcoming troubles in my life. She only photographs in our pool and she maintains full control over her work by doing all the printing herself. Time was divided between high school, senior photography and fine out underwater and portrait photography. But now it's one hundred percent underwater photography and she's earned way too many awards to list here that include to mention just a few international portrait image of the year winner of the coveted wpri Grand Award two thousand and sixteen triple massive distinction from WPI. I'm talking about, Cheryl? And I'm rat to have a he with his now Cheryl. Welcome. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure when you hear about Y- I, guess you photography business does it surprise you that you are where you are now? Oh, absolutely. Yes. Yeah. I'm a middle aged mom with a minivan. and. That's Kinda how I think of myself. The rest is sort of all been you know fill in the time. A to get the sense on I'm not sure these dotted at photographing seniors and then failing to the underwater photography at the white went. Yeah. Yeah. I started out like a lot of photographers do knowing I wanted to you know to make a living with my camera tried a lot of different things tried weddings and babies families, and and very quickly discovered that my passion was for these seventeen. Year olds who were not quite adults yet but not children either, and that's the only time in their whole life. They get to be in that kind of inbetween place and I just loved working with them and capturing them who they were not based on Taga Fi trends but really truly an editorial style who they were and I absolutely love doing not. So that's where I put my focus. And in the process of that I sort of fell into trying underwater photography with a senior with her prom dress on and the very first time I. Did it. I realized that this was going to become a problem. I really liked it a lot and Kinda got hooked. Yeah. So. How different was that I image will those first images compared to what you're creating did I I would say like night and day but night and day are both times of the day. So they have something in common. No my work when I first started looks absolutely nothing like what I'm doing. Now it's certainly evolved completely you know I from a technical standpoint and then from an artistic standpoint, I have a pretty clear voice in my work. Now that I had no idea I was even going to want to have from the beginning. I said in the intro there and I read I. Think it was in you'll bile summer online. That's you looking to overcome troubles in your life. What kind of troubles are you trying to escape for a more to hide or to mask? Well at one point, I was very heartbroken and you know kind of depressed about that and I couldn't seem to make that feeling go away. And I certainly didn't want anybody else feeling that way. So I thought, you know the feeling isn't going away I might as well move forward with my life and just do what I can. So the least I can do is create artwork that brings a sense of calmness and peacefulness to the world. So that's where my focus was I didn't want anyone else to feel bad. So why make depressing work? So I may stuff that sort of light and escapism. Just to give people a few minutes to sort of escape from the world and get lost in something. Beautiful. Like that. Do. You feel like you're doing that when you In images that Ukraine today. Actually, you know I got through the last like four years or so I really worked through that situation and And really happy now and very fulfilled and find sometimes it's harder to make artwork when unhappy and distracted with other aspects of my life. Yeah. So have you actually noticed a difference in your photography now that you're actually feeling happier I do yeah I really do a lot of its storytelling has most all of my images are based on stories and just the stories themselves have changed. So the focus of what I'm doing has changed and now I'm working on a project that isn't even based on on a story that revolves around me in my life. It's sort of a whole separate set of photographs and I'm excited about that. I'm excited about doing something that's different. So

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"thirty day" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"thirty day" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Free thirty day trial in this day and age why would anyone want to be the White House press secretary will ask a former today at five thirty five John how old double back this is the Ben Shapiro show self update on this whole whistleblower scandal that just broke in the last forty eight hours in which an ABC news insider who exposed a buried abstinence story was fired by CBS news media they cared deeply about whistleblowers are constantly wanted to prevent whistle blowers from being exposed unless it was a large are in the media and they expose BC in which case yes will fire them according to take bearing reporting over daily wire one Friday the ABC news insider who obtained the tape of ABC anchor Amy Robach is distressed over the spiking over Jeffrey obscene story by ABC news came forward after CBS reportedly fired the staffer quite access to the tape the insider remains anonymous row paragraphs address to my fellow man my fellow ABC news employs those wrongfully accused any role batch and ABC news here is the open letter written by this insider quote to my fellow man I get bored with this information hearing no motives other than to have this information public I did not and do not see any personal gain from this information whether it be financial or otherwise it'll always decline but I became aware of this moment I had the same reaction many of you did anger confusion sadness I care not about petty political quarrels only hope for the best in all of us to my fellow ABC news employees I've walked the halls experiencing similar feelings they're all having right now all of you regard your own personal differences in one form or another and do an outstanding job I sincerely enjoy working with each and everyone of you will continue to do so throughout our careers sos wrongfully accused is terrible you been laughed out by the company I know some of the burden of guilt I meet my conscience is clear to any role that you're the only person deserving of an apology and most certainly sorry not my actions one for this to center around you but what is clear to happen when I first stumbled across this my initial reaction was outrage but this soon turned toward empathy I cannot imagine doing all the hard work to only have a child in the past few years have taught us anything it is the truth that some of us have enjoyed many hardships in this industry from the cycle of stories regarding prominent and powerful people in this world and yours I believe you're not standing reporter JVC news I sit right here with you all in complete shock I like many are at a loss for words and how this is being handled instead of addressing this head on like the company has in the past it is put into a mission of seek and destroy that of course is true so again pretty incredible meanwhile Facebook announced that they will be removing any news reporting that mentions the alleged whistle blowers identity which is a pretty wild policy I mean truly awhile policy so if you mention was a large name which is perfectly legal and illegal you mention was lowers name and face will not remove the story Facebook removed Breitbart post on Wednesday evening reporting on the fact that other respected news outlets have already reported the identity of the alleged whistleblower many Facebook user attempts to click on that article is given a message that says this content isn't available at the moment administrators and Breitbart news is Facebook page began receiving notifications on Wednesday evening saying the brake parts page was at risk of being on published finally they were told any mention of the potential whistleblowers name violates our coordinating harm policy which prohibits content outing of witness informants or activist well that's bizarre I mean really bizarre because the fact is there is no legal obligation on break part not to name the whistleblower and was what was obviously a person of public import at.

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"thirty day" Discussed on Pro Rata

Pro Rata

10:10 min | 1 year ago

"thirty day" Discussed on Pro Rata

"Harada we take just ten minutes to get your smarter on the Clinton Tech Business Politics I'm Denver Mac today show Softbank Pays Adam Newman to go away and how one Virginia Town is getting drugs via drone I thirty days of impeachment so it's now exactly one month four Tuesday's ago that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an impeachment inquiry into president trump and the big story so far is speed remember to call between trump and Ukraine's president took place just this past August less than two months ago and we've already had tons of witnesses document requests widespread expectations that the house will wrap up and kick things over to the Senate by Thanksgiving now compare that to the Nixon impeachment where took eighteen months between the Watergate break-in in house authorization of an impeachment inquiry and the Nixon resigned six months later before the House voted to impeach or look at the Clinton situation where nine months it's passed between the first media report of affair with Monica Lewinsky and the House inquiry launch with another ten weeks until impeachment itself the bottom line here is that the White House in Republican points about process aren't slowing down well slowing down the process and the Senate trial could come well before Christmas in fifteen seconds go deeper with axios political reporter Elena trine first this there's more news out there than ever before but these days it's harder than ever to find it and to know what to trust axes am takes effort out of getting smart by synthesis housing the ten stories that will drive the day and telling you I they matter subscribe at sign up dot axios dot com and now back to the podcast it we're joined now by actress political reporter Latrine let's start here just state of play were thirty days in but what happens this week and kind of what's the most important thing that happens this week this week there are three depositions behind closed doors I'd say one of the most important things will see this week is today actually the bill Taylor the person who replaced the former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovich is going to be testifying behind closed doors to the House Intelligence Committee oversight and born affairs committees he's expecting to have a very damaging testimony to the president he was someone who was revealed to have a lot of concerns with potential for investigating well he was he was the guy the famous text exchange with Sunlen the the ambassador to the U The you know the call may raise the one who was supposed to call right and he was someone who was very clear that he had concerns he wrote that there was this nightmare scenario he referred to several other trump officials who have come forward and testified about this for the impeachment inquiry referred to that the idea that the president might withhold aid to presidents Alinsky of Ukraine in order to have some sort of agreement that he would investigate his political opponent Joe Biden but then also there's a lot of concerns like what if he never falls through on this what if this is helping Russia he someone who really was thinking about all the repercussions of this while some others were like no don't overplay it he was someone who was very concerned you still a State Department employee correct Bill Taylor yes so he then testifying in contradiction what the there was a State Department told him not to and he's showing up anyway or the State Department giving them a green light the White House and the trump administration has very much encouraged anyone not to comply is there alignment yes we are not complying or helping the Democrats in what they see as a witch hunt against the president but bill Taylor is coming in and sure I don't believe that he was subpoenaed but I should probably look at that but he is coming in today and it's definitely not in line with what the White House would want the maybe it was two weeks ago this whole thing seems to be running in dog years I said it's very quickly in the intro except it does also feel like it's gone on forever you know the the White House not complying is that slowing down Democrats at all because clearly there Arthur Democrats want that they're not getting so they're really going around the White House as best they can they recognize that yes they can subpoena people left right and center but the problem there is they want this to be wrapped up as quickly and efficiently as possible and in order to really have to enforce subpoena you have to go through the court system so what they're doing is trying to bring and trump administration officials both former and current who can come in and give them some of the details that perhaps people like secretary Mike Pompeii or Rudy Giuliani who were he figures in all of this they won't be able to get them when you talk to folks on the hill particularly Republicans on the hill I think there's a a a pretty general perception that this is the opposite to democratic run impeachment but Democrats want impeachment Republicans don't impeachment and this is ultimately a partisan food fight is there from what you've can tell any crack on the Republican side you obviously one or two who people here or there but anything bigger than that and more substantive or not yet I think that's still to be determined it's possible that there could be a bigger cracking this I mean that's what the Democrats are hoping for that's what all these depositions are for they're hoping that there will be something else that comes out of this the Democrats jobs they hope Donald Trump decides to resign tomorrow is reasonable like I mean from what you hear I mean do you get that sense that there are people who are potentially on the fence and could legitimately be convinced if compelling evidence was arrive evening Republican Republicans yeah it's very unlikely there is a potential we had that interview with Mitt Romney on our axios on HBO show the other day where you know he would be one person that you could see I think if one person falls there could be a domino effect people Republicans one hundred percent behind closed doors are criticizing what's going on people are pulling their hair out over what Rudy Giuliani what they call the shadow foreign policy they are you know kicking themselves when they are defending the president and saying you know at first one of their spoke with a committee source of their news like yeah of course it's like the most frustrating experience ever route defending the president saying no he didn't ask for any help to investigate and then the president comes out and says it himself on the White House South Lawn so there could be people who fall but as of now Republicans are sticking to the Party line and are not planning to play this game to the Senate let's assume that they will impeachment at least Democrats obviously will vote to do this and this kicked over to the Senate Mitch McConnell has said there will be a trial once he says that how much control does McConnell have come pared to John Roberts Chief Justice Supreme Court technically is the one who oversees impeachment and other McConnell just like bring it up and say hey let's vote and then go home or does there have to be a real trial with witnesses all everything that entails those details are still being worked out and honestly they haven't worked out really at all I spoke with McConnell team over the weekend and yes McConnell has said that he wants the house impeachment they want the house to vote on articles of impeachment by Thanksgiving so that any sort of Senate trial can be wrapped up by Christmas and so that it doesn't extend into a essential election year but that timeline is totally that is not something that they've all agreed on he has not spoken with Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer yet on any of this the hope is that if and when and everyone thinks when is the question it's not an f. when the house will vote to impeach the President Chuck Schumer and McConnell they're hoping will come together Aaron get together in a room and work out some sort of definitive timeline so that it's not left up to the Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts because then they get along well enough they can do this on scalper their total art says of course but I do think that no one wants this to drag out no one wants this to potentially affect the the twenty two thousand presidential election and thing things on their terms will benefit both sides final question for you speaking of affecting twenty twenty presidential election give me odds here I know they're low but what are the odds that come November twenty twenty from now Donald Trump is not sitting president of the United States I mean very risky game to play people part of this in two thousand sixteen and it didn't work out well for them so I'm GonNa win he's not when we go to the polls the incumbent I honestly think this whole how this impeachment stuff plays out less so more about whether he'll be removed I don't think right now it's very lear that he probably won't be removed in the Senate but how the messaging does affect him if enough people there are some cracks that are showing some GOP voters are starting to get fed up with all this craziness around the president despite supporting him so if there's enough that comes out in this that does sway people there could be a chance that he doesn't but as of now now I think he still has a great chance of winning twenty three and actors book reporter who covers politics enough that she is good enough to avoid a direct answer to a simple question thanks for joining us. Thank you Dan final two right after this axiom chief technology correspondent Dana free chairs breaking news and analysis on the most consequential companies in players intact from the valley to DC subscribe to get smarter faster and sign up dot axios dot com and now back to the podcast was already an investor valuing we work just this past January at forty seven billion dollars the new deal will cut that down by around seventy percent second the board of directors really have a say they're voting but they don't really get to vote because former CEO Adam Newman still has so called super voting rights whereby each of his shares counts ten times as much as everyone else's shares and Softbank is giving them around two hundred million dollar golden parachute to pick their deal over rival offer from J. P. Morgan third some Softbank employee's will indeed get paid through this deal so-called tender offer but most employees were hired in the last couple of years they get wiped out and finally don't be spread see we worked co-ceo Biko CEOS by day's end not because Softbank is firing them but because they're expected to quit and finally this morning people in Christians Bird Virginia can now get their drugs be a drone now to be clear I am talking about approved pharmaceuticals here a google affiliate called wing is running a pilot test or pilot let's cast drone delivery for walgreens pharmacy it's also running similar delivery programs for Fedex and a local gift shop called Sugar Magnolia these are the first FAA approved commercial drone delivery his anywhere in the country and Times can drop off just minutes after an order is placed proving I guess that impatience can pay and we're done thanks Confront Producers Tim Chauffeurs and Jesse Lee have a great national nut day and we'll back on Thursday with another pro rata podcast..

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"thirty day" Discussed on Half Size Me

Half Size Me

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"thirty day" Discussed on Half Size Me

"In our thirty day challenge called back to basics there. I really walk through with the community entity on how to do this. If you would like to get more structure on this and more individualized help I do have coaching cast called refuse to quit again that coaching cast I go through this idea of basic minimum preferred referred really lay it out for you so you can implement it into your own life. Basic concept is starting to learn what behaviors constitute your minimums your basics and then your preferred activities and habits and that's going really be your toggle switch to either holding where you are not quitting you making sure you're maintaining or if you're picking your preferred it means that you're moving forward with your goals. Your weight loss goals your health goals. Whatever the goals Zarya focusing on so for you where you would be looking in the shop is the refused to quit again coaching cast and I really dive deep into those three things that you mentioned so? I hope that helps aren't the next question comes from Rachel. Her question is how do you recover from binge. Eating session aren't so Rachel when I was struggling with my own binge eating before I really worked on my own recovery. Would I would do normally was beat myself up and then the behavior would continue because I felt like well. I've already screwed up so now I might as well just continue on this path and that really is what big time led to my weight gain. It was my binge eating behaviors so when I was really working on prioritizing my binge eating recovery every I realized I had to take point of action where I could and I had tried so many times to stop binging on what I call the front end. which is the avoiding the binged not doing the binge? I tried going thing for a walk taking a bubble bath calling a friend like I did all the things they recommended him books and I just kind of got to the point where I felt really frustrated with that because I felt like nothing I did would ever get me to stop having a bench so then I said Okay and viewed. It is a cycle so heather binges. She then feels horrible about herself. She then attempts to restrict the next day she ends up binging again by the end of the day in the cycle just continues in continues and continues.

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"thirty day" Discussed on The New How Podcast

The New How Podcast

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"thirty day" Discussed on The New How Podcast

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"thirty day" Discussed on The New How Podcast

The New How Podcast

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"thirty day" Discussed on The New How Podcast

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"thirty day" Discussed on Giant Beastcast

Giant Beastcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"thirty day" Discussed on Giant Beastcast

"Thousand dollars, he's dinner selling the blades con before that one for like four grand unscratched surprises me that should I don't know. I wish I I wish that fucking Morlock constant wasn't attached to my level. Thirty Warlock sitting in some fucking purgatory hell on a blizzard server turned on you fucked up black mirror. Right. They're checking in on those poor little guy. So that's the reason I bring it up is I almost I logged into the blizzard website to see. If is there any way can check if I actually turn this in or scratch that fucker off or like on. I think I'd have to sign up for a world of warcraft account log in or renew and like logging, don't you? Eric Lipton history or something on there? I couldn't find it on there. So I think I'd have to actually get in the game. And see if I have it in my inventory that almost got me to sign up. They have the free trial. But I think you can only do a new character from one to twenty. Yeah. And then it's. I don't know. I get really into. Wow. No, no. Feature. I think maybe the first feature on this website thirty day trial. And I think. Doing free trial. We should restart that thirty day trial, but just do trials of bunch of stuff trial game rising Rory every once in a while does his well streams, always hilarious. I watched because like the u I is just insane. He's got like all the weird Mods, and you is just buttons in the middle of the screen off to the side. And he's just like sitting there smashing these. I've no idea what's happening world of warcraft anymore. Not since they introduced the blood vampire, there's people. And then there's orcs and they're mad at each other. What else not hand is? Yeah. There there's elves and then there's blood L dollars. There's the well of spring of life ill regar-, there's scarecrows a guy with a the bandana around his is he was trapped in a tomb. Can she shreds to real tree IDs anyway blizzard? And then this one this three. Stories on here that make close to no sense. Okay. Then what's the lab VR because I have a picture. It was just women with a goose looking through goose's. They make good on that bird. The bird abbey. You should right now. If you have a computer in front of you look up, the press image for lab Lovie are. And it is hilarious dairy into our it is just it is people holding like animals up to their face and smiling as doing like a checking their it's all children. Wow. There had to be some awareness. Right. Like, this is interesting. So it's all children. There is a kid just looking right into birth acts. Child. There's another kid who has like an elephant face with the trunk. But. Sort of weird swan enough. Just like a bunch of children like open now that is cover man this. This is this is this will get you arrested. I want. I have not done anything with lab. Oh, but can we do a lab? Oh, stream a-this things. Is that? Alie swap these lab to like. The Nathan for you with the posters, or this is what were they thinking? I don't know ever thinking need to do something brand. To finally kill it. And here you go also. Okay. So I see a press photo here of a child sitting on a block has a square thing to face smile, real big. And then he has something as foot like some kind of kick pedal that he's clearly just like mashing, it's all like motion blurred. What is this? I'm not sure maybe some kind of maybe he's looking at drumming an can't wait to look in birds ass. The idea here is that like your switch is now of VR strain and the way that like gear VR, I guess is daydream thing does. Although I think I don't know. What's more powerful a high end smartphone or switch or a piece of cardboard? That's a good quite high today like smartphones with so frigging quickly saying the resolutions, definitely the higher. I come..

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"thirty day" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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"thirty day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And download a fully functional thirty day evaluation version anytime that you can yeah people people you know anyone who thinks you're you know unless they really obsessed with finding find a needle in a haystack dr people like that continuing relationship seriously consider the services they want to become a fisher as serious about their data and its management i think is one of the most important data management tools out there in my opinion and so i am a haystack found yes that's right looking in tudor finally let the software find adult you don't you do that all right so let's talk a little bit about something that has really driven this headlines particularly in here but it's going to happen it's already having an a ripple effect in the united states and california is talking about doing a similar law you know so if you're doing business in california beware and that's gdp are which is the general data protection legislation that the european community pass and now california talking about passing one of his own it all happened so quickly it happened months ago that the place and then all of a sudden american companies will became aware of all this could affect us and i think all women affect in may if i recall correctly and so explain a little bit would gdp are is and talk about it in the context of the use of of the search gdp are is fairly groundbreaking now i'm not gonna put myself force as an expert on pr because it is an e you law related to data for you customers but essentially it requires companies like facebook and google particularly to make sure that they treat data that they receive in the course of their searching and social media the online searching social media in a certain way now but for the rest of us basically it also has ramifications for the type of personal data that is stored inside of information and argue laws here basically encourage companies not to willy nilly have random credit cards available on there other networks they could be hacked yeah.

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"thirty day" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"On there but then they also received an email thing that this credit monitoring membership thing is also available where you can lock and unlock your credit file with push the button by yourself and you have fried resolution agents and all this other stuff thirty day trial i never heard of it how much do they want to charge you for the i was going to check into that by hitting the button for the thirty day trial and i don't have said i almost have i don't have an account set up with the titular credit monitoring files bureau i have i i had done the final by phone and then we're going gonna do the freeze on and i have a police report and everything so i could get it free freeze but definitely do the credit freeze especially because you can do it free is much more protective of you doing a credit freeze than doing one of these credit walks in addition the credit walks if the credit bureau has an oops you have no rights with them they force you into a kangaroo court arbitration and so they face essentially zero liability for being careless at the credit bureau so for that reason credit freeze especially in your case not even close since since there's no cost issue credit freeze is vastly superior yeah in the frank print that i did see an email and it was from the credit bureaus off it wasn't a fraudulent thing it they called it a density theft insurance they're selling you something has monthly or annual fee you don't wanna do anything like that.

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"thirty day" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on 100 PM

"Totally so yeah my role is for the from the top of funnel through the end of our thirty day trial that a customer discovers everything that they need to to to make that purchase decision and make it on from an educated sandpoint so i'm across cutting across all the the different features to make sure that we kind of service them and a lot of different ways and there's a collaboration with those with those different teams but you you kinda hit the nail in the head we have features specific teams that they deliver new features in each of those verticals i discussed the publishing engagement in reporting in my role is to make sure that those are surfaced trials and and as be kind of grow into our subscriber base make sure that our subscribers are are more aware of those new features of the come out tuck a little bit about far listeners talk a little bit about the difference between the objectives for i think you're describing activation in a lotta ways right so i for whatever reason i discovered sprout social i saw an ad i was at a trade show i heard this podcast i go to the website i determined that it might be something interesting to me and i sign up for the free trial and the thing that's going to convert me to a customer is really rooted in how much value that free trial brings to me which is i think tied to the discover ability of the features whether or not those features speak to me so a lot of your work it sounds like is let's make sure those features discoverable let's make sure that the person on the other end is engaging so that they can become a potentially happy customer and move through through another funnel in a way one hundred percent are myrow is making sure that a customer understands the value we have then like i said before it means so much so so many different things so many different people and so we are tasked with making sure that whatever there they came to do and we're we're really focused right now on the first five minutes of their their uses making sure that we connect them and how convey the value of of our features in the first five minutes so if they came in to answer to to use them boxes a customer service tool do they have.

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"thirty day" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Well buller able it is very relatable at times everybody knows about the show in the music i just wanted to tell the story behind the music chapter two early yes books only three chapters and the whole third one is just describing same's motorcycle and how loud it is so loud and he puts leaf on the on the whether it's on your fun three your car from tablet or at home on an amazon echo you can get tons of books while doing anything audible you let's switch seamlessly between devices picking up exactly where you left off start a thirty day trial in your first audiobook is free go to audible dot com slash the boys or texts the boys to five hundred five hundred you've got to do that up shit i never even heard of that you get to text the boy text the boys to five hundred five hundred thirty day thirty trial one word to five hundred five hundred that's so cool whose phone text it just for whatever yeah who got the number five hundred five hundred maybe that's what you're next books about brett oh there you go the greek parts you brett to the greek part two away offers high quality luggage it is designed to be resilient resourceful and essential to the way you travel available in a wide variety of colors and four sizes yeah yeah very wide variety of colors including some frigging special limited edition colors shall we get into it.

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"thirty day" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on 100 PM

"Totally so yeah my role is for the from the top of funnel through the end of our thirty day trial that a customer discovers everything that they need to to to make that purchase decision and make it on from an educated sandpoint so i'm across cutting across all the the different features to make sure that we kind of service them and a lot of different ways and there's a collaboration with those with those different teams but you you kinda hit the nail in the head we have features specific teams that they deliver new features in each of those verticals i discussed the publishing engagement in reporting in my role is to make sure that those are surfaced trials and and as be kind of grow into our subscriber base make sure that our subscribers are are more aware of those new features of the come out tuck a little bit about far listeners talk a little bit about the difference between the objectives for i think you're describing activation in a lotta ways right so i for whatever reason i discovered sprout social i saw an ad i was at a trade show i heard this podcast i go to the website i determined that it might be something interesting to me and i sign up for the free trial and the thing that's going to convert me to a customer is really rooted in how much value that free trial brings to me which is i think tied to the discover ability of the features whether or not those features speak to me so a lot of your work it sounds like is let's make sure those features discoverable let's make sure that the person on the other end is engaging so that they can become a potentially happy customer and move through through another funnel in a way one hundred percent are myrow is making sure that a customer understands the value we have then like i said before it means so much so so many different things so many different people and so we are tasked with making sure that whatever there they came to do and we're we're really focused right now on the first five minutes of their their uses making sure that we connect them and how convey the value of of our features in the first five minutes so if they came in to answer to to use them boxes a customer service tool do they have.

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"thirty day" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"This is not a thirty day make it easier the 21day no complaint experiment and you can put this near calendar certainly there is an overabundance of negativity complaining and criticism on the internet and we lose fact of we lose sight of the fact that it is really a positive reinforcement applauding what you want uh and not exclusively punishing or criticising what you do not like or want that elicits change you do need certainly at least both and positive reinforcement that goes for yourself and your inner monologue your inner voice as well so you want to improve your life and this has already been tested by tens of thousands of folks via the blog if you want to tip the domino uh like we discussed earlier that affects many many other domino's inc increases your quality of life doing a 21day no complaint experiment is a really really effective way to go about that and it also very quickly eliminates just how often most of us complain without any type of outcome or action coming out of it so check it out if you go to tim's blog forward slash complaint i created redirect so timid up log forward slash complaint that will take you to a blog post which you will see his little dated two don't mind the discussion of switching to the mac that was some time ago but the headline is real mind control and then subtitle the 21day no complaint experiment and it takes to rate through exactly how to do it and exactly how i'm going to be doing it starting outright meow so.

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"thirty day" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on WGTK

"Thirty day or shortterm extension now this is can clots so much art 'but everywhere heads were exploding explain to people why well you know this is obviously that's a chip is a children's health insurance program it's something that's popular republicans and democrats no one wants to see kids fall off of health insurance and so the idea is can we figure out some way now ship is actually has to get refunded every couple of years and so now running up against another funding deadline much like with the government of the question is are they going to figure out some what you permanently extend the funding of a challenges this is something both parties want but it creates a little bit of a prisoner's dilemma and it also means at its subject to the kind of hostagetaking that we've seen these negotiations reasons the problem we have is everyone wants to get this done but unfortunately you know it's been a challenge it's been a challenge against the angle meaning that it it's one of the things that bring democrats to the table for a short term it donald trump negociator does not want to give away the chip that his chip for a thirty day think however that's the best he can do because right now they're also getting a suspension the medical device tax you and i have talked about before the cadillac tax would you explain to people what the cadillac tax is basically what obamacare did as it put in place a tax on certain what are called high value plan so people who get very very generous health insurance plans from their employers over a certain value that a certain amount of that value that is going to be taxable to the employers to the ideas at some point employers may start to scale back their plants so this is not been very popular as you can imagine and so the republic look at.

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"thirty day" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women

Women Inspiring Women

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women

"And listened to the information that was put out there again i have i have access to the same information that you do it's just that some people do it in some people doubt i run this thirty day coach training university is what i call it right and people join my team and a combination and a tell me either amazing big goals right that they wanna hats right and so i have all kinds of different people people that come in and the joy and they do the coach university exactly as is laid out and they achieved their goals and then at other people that come in and they never get started or they do the first meet in all of the waggin and then they ask themselves or why is that hirszon successful in the end i not and the answer is always the say i just did what she told me to do i just followed her i just actually did it most people do not actually do the work but they're still quick to sit back and blamed the company their apply the support system when in reality you've got to take a look in the mirror and say is my responsibility to be successful in this business try let's take a look at you know people that have been around for multiple multiple years in the business right in any kind of business if you do not continue to innovate you own a brick and mortar business rate and you don't innovate pace as the times change your business will come to a halt a stall you may seize a lack of growth people may stopped coming to your business because it's like the same they're not getting anything new on maybe you may you when they walk in the door you're just not as excited anymore and so you don't bring the energy you'll run the energy that actually brought people in in the first place so they stopped showing up.

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"thirty day" Discussed on Quit

Quit

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on Quit

"And it it makes everything easier their simplifying tasks like invoicing tracking expenses getting paid online fresh books has drastically reduced the time it takes for over ten million people to deal with their paperwork nova that if that right there that doesn't make you want to go and sign up listen to this they have completely rebuilt fresh books from the ground up they've taken simplicity and speed to like a whole new level adding powerful new features and you're gonna save two working days per month by using their stuff it's going to save you that much time that's huge all you have to do to get a free unrestricted thirty day trial obviously it's only for listeners the show here's what you do go to fresh books dot com slash quit you'll get the trial when you're signing up in there a little how did you hear about a section it's a must yang quit put quit in there then we'll get credit for that and they'll continue to sponsors will continue doing the show you'll continue benefiting from this incredible wisdom that we do on show fresh looks dot com slash quit code to put in and when you in the how did you hear about a section is quit and you'll get that 30day free trial we use this constantly had he does all our invoicing whether or not on it when we get invoices from like the designers and developers and people i work with from the host whatever their invoicing us i demand require them to use fresh books because because i'm afresh books user when they use it fresh books thinks that up so i can be in fresh books i can go and see all the invoices that are coming in and do yeah it's it's fantastic even let you take online payments do people echoed you take credit cards you know like what do you mean take credit cards i'm like an loan web developer in idaho the answer's yes yes you do you can with fresh books so check them out fresh books dot com slash quit by i'm gonna do this next email here come on a roll with these emails and i was gonna say.

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"thirty day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"thirty day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Us this in britain whether a thirty day wbz the weather is as follows sixty three degrees well and it's 330 i wonder who gets it what we get to sixty and fifty nine today is a sixty eight hear filter it's so good that if it smell something it goes at a higher rate and there's a light the changes colour and lately it has been doing that and i think it's a high pollen counts sixty three degrees here deputies you know in this area and having trouble getting this whether i might have to skip it yeah i'm not gonna just but there it is so today sixty eight tonight low fifty nine wednesday tropical rainstorms ten in the morning otherwise mostly cloudy thursday sun giving way to clouds warmer shower or two around eighty for a high and you know and dumb on it's 47 and in arlington it's 47 is that true arlington comey you tell me as legit look it's a thermometer arlington belmont what do you get chelsea says fifty nine nearly fifty one this is interesting weather.

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