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Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm John Murphy just four games of the NBA but what a night for the next country you're free he scored a career high sixty points that's a minutes and be a franchise best as Brooklyn demolished Orlando one fifty to one await Devin Booker a twenty seven point eight assistant thirty minutes before getting the rest of the night off as Phoenix beat Orleans one thirty one one fifteen but kill bridges went four of five from three point range he scored twenty for the sons who won for the fourth time in five games Tyler hero scored a game high twenty nine points off the bench to lead the heat twelve total five ninety eight win over the pistons real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me you know with the ball on the trust me to make plays and you know I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs grasslands minus all star John Moran who was sidelined with back soreness took care of the Pacers by a final of one thirty five one oh two the NC double a tournament began with the Indiana and Texas southern winning first four games in Dayton correspondent Tom Merrick has the details Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds sixpence Jordan to runaway added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam Alex Ovechkin's move past your merry younger into third all time in NHL scoring is seven hundred sixty seven helped lead Washington twelve four three shootout win over the islanders other Tuesday initial winners included the Rangers Boston Nashville Toronto Arizona Vancouver Edmonton Winnipeg Colorado and Florida I'm John the three AP sports
Authorities: Officers shoot, kill man walking on interstate
"Authorities authorities authorities authorities in in in in Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee are are are are investigating investigating investigating investigating the the the the fatal fatal fatal fatal police police police police involved involved involved involved shooting shooting shooting shooting of of of of a a a a man man man man who who who who was was was was walking walking walking walking on on on on a a a a Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville highway highway highway highway the the the the incident incident incident incident began began began began when when when when a a a a Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee highway highway highway highway patrol patrol patrol patrol officer officer officer officer spotted spotted spotted spotted thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven year year year year old old old old land land land land in in in in east east east east step step step step appearing appearing appearing appearing agitated agitated agitated agitated as as as as he he he he walked walked walked walked along along along along interstate interstate interstate interstate sixty sixty sixty sixty five five five five with with with with a a a a box box box box cutter cutter cutter cutter in in in in his his his his hand hand hand hand the the the the officer officer officer officer tried tried tried tried to to to to intervene intervene intervene intervene and and and and additional additional additional additional officers officers officers officers arrived arrived arrived arrived setting setting setting setting the the the the stage stage stage stage for for for for thirty thirty thirty thirty minutes minutes minutes minutes of of of of negotiations negotiations negotiations negotiations trying trying trying trying to to to to get get get get a a a a step step step step to to to to surrender surrender surrender surrender the the the the Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee bureau bureau bureau bureau of of of of investigation investigation investigation investigation says says says says at at at at one one one one point point point point the the the the man man man man quickly quickly quickly quickly reached reached reached reached into into into into his his his his pocket pocket pocket pocket and and and and pulled pulled pulled pulled out out out out a a a a silver silver silver silver shiny shiny shiny shiny object object object object multiple multiple multiple multiple officers officers officers officers apparently apparently apparently apparently thinking thinking thinking thinking it it it it was was was was a a a a gun gun gun gun opened opened opened opened fire fire fire fire in in in in east east east east step step step step was was was was killed killed killed killed it it it it was was was was not not not not a a a a firearm firearm firearm firearm the the the the deadly deadly deadly deadly use use use use of of of of force force force force is is is is now now now now under under under under investigation investigation investigation investigation hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
Olympic officials: Chinese tennis star Peng says she is safe
"Chinese tennis clapping sway has spoken to international Olympic committee officials telling them she's safe and well I S. C. officials confirmed that the Chinese tennis player took part in a thirty minute video call with them from Beijing the call came amid growing global alarm of the pangs disappearance from the public Kanye the tennis star went missing shortly after accusing the top senior Communist Party official of sexual assault social media posting photos of her and her parents had to use tennis tournaments but not enough to quell concerns from people outside of China when her well being I'm Karen Thomas
Veterans Caution Young Recruits Against Enlisting in the U.S. Military
"Was at an event last week. In oklahoma studied talking to an amazing political candidate who former green beret senior. Nco we started talking about bragging. The green berets. And i literally just received a text about thirty minutes before this reception from a very good friend at brag and and i think it went according to you and i want you to comment on what this means for america. So this is the person i've been working with for long long time and i'm not gonna give you the all. The context context the last line of this text. Is this good talking about fort bragg. Home of the green berets our political situation. Right now sucks at fort bragg cut at fort bragg what does this mean for the security of the country well i think china's going around A high fiving one another. I think putin's gotta be laughing. Iranians have to be positively giddy over this. The fact is we've taken action over the last twenty years and accelerate in the last few years that have detail caused our combat. Rain is to deteriorate rows in the garbage dump We are getting rid of good soldiers. Because they don't want to take a vaccine they don't necessarily need we are Demoralizing are people Among the veterans community there are a lot of us. And and you know this as well as anybody dr gorka. The military american military today is largely a legacy organization. You know there are very few folks coming in. You don't have a father or mother or uncle or grandfather who who served. And that's that's why these guys doing or or one of the things that leads to do it and a lot of these veterans are telling people. Don't enlists right now. Don't become part of
A highlight from Episode 212; The skinny on Research
"We're to talk about research. This is going to be a regular leith about thirty minute podcast episode. But it's going to be a singular topic. I want to give this topic enough. Do and i don't want to have to hurry. So research on most overused and often misunderstood term. Don't take some time to slog through this but don't worry we're gonna play trivia as well so on this episode of the old man's podcast. I'm gonna talk about research and we're gonna play some trivia. That is fun then. I don't know what fun. Thanks for being here with me. Let's get it going
What Makes a Rookie of the Year?
"I did some research looking into what really makes a rookie of the year and really three things really came stood out to me. One is opportunity right. You have to actually have minutes significant minutes in a significant role on your team. And if you look over the last couple of years for the rookie of the year race you're going to see that at twenty seven minutes a game seems to be the the threshold that we're looking at for players right now. Two thousand nineteen. It was twenty seven. Point eight doesn't eighteen was thirty minutes a game. And so the first thing that we're we're scouring is is this player going to get significant like starter minutes and a great role on their teams very difficult to crack rookie of the year. No matter how talented you are without those minutes the second key metric is really points per game so in two thousand eighteen. The top three scored. I think sixteen point three points per game two dozen nineteen top three vote-getters for rookie of the year had fifteen point. Three points a game. Twenty twenty was only thirteen points. A game But that was in part because thirty points a game was the third highest gray mark for any rookie about season. And so if you look at the past eight years the winner is was in the top three and usually the top two and scorn for rookies of the year. So not only. Is it going to be minutes but the opportunity to actually score the basketball and does the player have the ability to be a big time scored sort of the next thing that we're gonna look at at it also found that If you go back and sort of look at some of the work that kevin pelton is done at espn Fr- almost every season. The combined averages of points rebounds assists per game when you add those averages together. That's the player that's going to win the ward and then finally You know look when you're looking at rookie of the year. You're not actually talking about the player. That's gonna be the best player in five years if you go back and look at past winters. That's often just not the case. It's it's the player that's can have the most opportunity. I'm to really hit those metrics of scoring Minutes per game and then the sort of combined stats together. That's going to win work the year. And so that's going to change to me. The draft order a little bit about who we're going to handicap again for rookie of the
Fast Hiring: UPS to Hire 100,000, Many in 30 Minutes or Less
"UPS wants to hire a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday shipping season not only is UPS hiring but they plan to grab up those jobseekers quickly the package delivery company says it plans to hire more than a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday season many of whom will get job offers within thirty minutes of applying UPS needs to snap up workers as fast as possible because of a tight job market competition for hourly workers is fierce and many companies are offering higher pay sign on bonuses and even lower requirements such as hiring those without a high school diploma this speedy hiring applies to its most common jobs for seasonal workers like package handlers and driver helpers who take a package from a truck and delivered to the doorstep but don't drive the vehicle I Shelley Adler
The Benefits of Walking and Acupuncture
"I still get emails asking. Why in many of my podcasts. I recommend this exercise. It doesn't appear as if it does much you know what's the big deal There were other exercises. That are better in this particular exercise. And i even get this from some of my patient is and this. Exercise is walking walking. It's basically a low impact simple natural accessible exercise that has many benefits attached to it. And for starters. Walking is very easy on the bond. I mean you can just get up from your chair and just do a brisk fifteen minute walk and it said it doesn't require any equipment doesn't require that you change your clothes. It doesn't require much of anything other than energy me to myself. The simplest form of exercise out there. Okay i mean globally slightly less than but around twenty five percent of actress of adults don't exercise on a regular basis whereas just one hundred and fifty minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise a week plus regular wellness. Visit with you acupunctures. Where do you go wrong. And now if you really want to look at it right almost one hundred and fifty minutes. That's a lot okay. It's spread out over week. It spread out over five days. It's pretty much a half hour each day for five days and sometimes it can just be thirty minutes of walking. You know you have to go somewhere. And it's thirty minutes away or fifteen minutes away and in fifteen minutes back these year. Thirty minutes for the day
American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok
"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.
What Is Western Civilization and Is It Better Than Other Civilization Projects?
"Us through first of all what is western civilization. Thank you charlie. Thanks turning point for having me ny. I'd be remiss if i didn't also thanked charlie to being a newsweek columnist. So thank you for that and yeah great to be here. You know got dinner last night. We were joking about how we can possibly talk about how to save the west thirty minutes. So let's kind of dive writer and get right to the point here. So leo strauss famously defined western civilization kind of the ever existing tension between jerusalem anathemas between the bible and between kind of greco. Roman reason if you will. I think that's a good place to start a research fellow at the edmund burke foundation. Which is your arm zones. think tank. It's a home for kind of national conservatism. And we think of the nation state. The nation state is being directly derived from the hebrew. Bible actually the tribes of israel themselves going to be the original the og nation state. If will so. I think just recovering a sense of biblical identity and the importance of the nation state. In contrast to globalism in contrast to all sorts of utopian global ideals is a good place to start so it starts with the bible truths jerusalem athens and then obviously rome as well. Which is you. Don't more my good friends territory. Of course there's a lot there and so so rob. You have an interesting perspective on this. So can you tell us what does what makes the west difference. Why is this worth preserving and dare we say is the west better than other civilization projects currently or previously. So i would define the west. An not too dissimilar from josh shared as the combination of greek philosophy roman law and judeo christian religion and What's what's special about that combination. Is this view that a man and woman are at home in the world that there is that using reason we can understand the world and because we are part of a whole that is legible whole that can be discovered using reason we can also understand what it means to be happy as a human
How to Get Your Seed Money to Start a Business
"Starting a business does cost money but we need to. I figure out how much it's going to cost you and your business. None of is going to require much upfront capital if you're in the services if you're a graphic designer if you are a musician in your write songs for people if you're a consultant your coach. You don't need much to start. A business probably get started for less than one hundred dollars with a website stating what your services are. Do the work. You get paid that simple. Yes in the beginning. You will be doing the work you'll be fulfilling the services but that's how you get started that's how you actually start being in business and that's going to help you make more money so that you can hire other people to do the work but let's say you are building a different type of business and ecommerce store. You have products that you need to buy i to sell to other people or need to create i. Let's say you want to start a software company where you need engineers to build your software. These is gonna cost you more than one hundred dollars a start so your first exercise is to i dream big right. What is this business. Look like have you started today. What is his business. Look like in ten years. Okay i want you to have that grand idea what this business does. And kinda revenue makes and we'll kind of approx sales kinda customers. How many customers all that kind of stuff right once you spend. Let's say thirty minutes. Jotting down some notes in brainstorming. This vision. I want you to go the other way around. What is the minimal viable version of this business. What is the simplest version the easiest version now. Some people have a hard time doing this. And if you do one exercise helps is to look at a different business and do the same exercise and then go back to your business. A for example. Look at a large business that you know.
Google Launches Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro
"So i heard about this. I heard about this. I don't know how to feel. I don't know what to think about it. And we have The weirdest launch sorta launch ever in the history of smartphones. They launched on twitter. We're talking about really day ago. New google pixel just because it's like a series of tweets. Here you go like. Yeah no big deal. Goule is so strange with that They always kind of stumble into these into these into launching these products. I don't know if it's intentional. That in some way it takes the heat off in some way or maybe it's their software company origin. Whether like. hey let's get it out there and see what people feel. Let's get some feedback. Come back in. Thirty minutes will launch it on twitter. Hateem pixel we have a preview to share or you know or do they just not care because he's not their entire business or maybe they're just playing with the leaks you know since they already came out. It's like mine as well just showed off but most of those companies at this scale. Don't do that. We have so much experience with apple that or even samsung take your pick to know that they it's they maintain the secrecy up until the very last moment and even in the presence of leaks and so forth they never. They never really embraced that level of transparency. I don't mind it right. I've looked at a lot of smartphones. I've seen a lotta smartphone events. I don't mind them taking a more casual approach to it. We you and i have seen Recently it was one. Plus with the nord too they. They realize that we're seeing so many typical launch events that they did something completely off the wall and maybe this is another version of it which is just like. Hey here's a phone. We've been working on it. Here's a few tweets. And here's our new chip. Yes the google tensor. Everyone's very curious because no one really knows the specifications on it
Marketing In Multiple Channels to Create More Revenue Streams
"So i wanna talk to you a little bit about the future for guys like me who are kinda stuck in one channel and you seem to be able to operate multiple different marketing channels at once. We've all this stuff together john. What's the future look like. How'd you get from being a you know a solo per noor operator influence over to being the man behind the duct tape marketing engine. Well i would like to say that. I sat down one day and created this master plan but the reality is i just kept doing things and then i showed up the next day and kept doing more things and i will say that i do have a sense of being able to view things and seeing how they could work together and i think that's one rio key to if you wanna stay lean and have a small team. Things have to actually support each other. You know i started writing blog posts in two thousand and three as a way to just kind of spread the word get my message out there. I added podcasting not so much to build a platform to have a bunch of listeners. I maybe i was hoping that but ultimately added it because it supported the goal of me-meeting other influencers. It was a great way for me to reach out to folks like ben shapiro. Say you wanna be on my show and ultimately. What i wanted to do is pick your rain for thirty minutes. You mean the political podcast or this guy this guy and so it just there was a reason for it. And that's what really allowed me to stick to. When i don't know maybe ten people were listening but that wasn't the goal of doing it. You know so. Many people start things like a blog or a course or a podcast because they want those things to make money. And that's great. That's great ultimately. I hope they do in. The podcasts does Sa- by a significant revenue stream for us but it also supported building the brand at supported away for us to create content as ported away for us to build more authority and so those are the reasons that we did it so ultimately what i'm saying is everything that we've kind of added. There's been a logical reason of how it could support other revenue streams or other objectives.
"thirty minute" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast
"And in terms of describing what happened and describing who benefited. And who is you know how this is still being used politically right up till today with these hearings dove it. How are ya excellent yummy. Yes you sound fine. what's happening. i think i did. You have problems with you to begin. Not that i know of why i saw you posted a video in then then it went private and i didn't see on youtube for the last few days now. That video went private. Because i made it go private. I just didn't feel weighed about it. I didn't think it was appropriate so that was not youtube. That was me But no. I hope i'm okay. I mean we'll see what happens today. Another them border lining some rather taboo topics you know. I okay. great. No i was. I saw that video was taken down. Identity with s fine the last few days. Nope i haven't i have not been doing much lately. I mean i'm in the middle of a lot of things right now personally moving and is all the stuff going on. So i haven't really been sticking to the schedule regularly. Although i still do my daily tick talk doubt i do in the talk is is great doodoo tick of it no i. I haven't expanded. I don't right now. I'm more on other people's channel. I'm not producing that much. My own content about her. You know trying to expand all. I'd take the recent Teaching company course on social media and But i don't have enough of a following her produce enough content to bother. You're trying to be an all these different platforms. I mean there's so much to do. And i really like to talk in that every day. I do like a thirty minute. Thirty second spot where. I stay what i wanna say and then i send it out to my social networks and i built up twenty five thousand dollars more an independent scholar who uses social media..
JAR Audio's CEO Roger Nairn on When Branded Podcasts Need to Pivot
"So perhaps your target audience is in need of a diverse superhero tale. Maybe it's a hard nose detective story or perhaps a newsy current affairs conversation at the end of the day as a brand. It's not about you. it's about them. And you absolutely need to consider this. The entire the during the entire production and throughout the life of the podcast. I'm waiting for the client. That will let me make a fantasy horse adventure. It hasn't yet but we're hoping that it will happen again. with expedia. they created a podcast that offers useful data driven advice. Tips and tricks to the overwhelmed traveler. And so during kovin we actually pivoted the podcast. A little bit to address new needs in questions. At the time expedia was getting absolutely inundated with people Looking to change their travel plans but also looking for information on how to travel safely. Drink ovid as well as a different different carrier Scenarios make money. I was calling them. Roger to try and get my twenty year old daughter back from thailand. That's right yeah. They were getting absolutely inundated and and so we wanted to pivot the podcast to be a support for their customer service team. And so the podcast became more about how to travel the online. Travels you know how to hack the online travel space in a coded world and when we did that the the audience responded so we saw an average consumption rate of ninety three percents. So that's ninety three percents. Listen through rate for an episode which are twenty to thirty minutes long. We increased our downloads. Two hundred fifteen percent and we climbed the charts. I mean we. We appeared in in the top. Two hundred apple podcast charts replaces and travel Each month we secured the number six position. Canada number nine in the united states And it was listed amongst the top podcast featured in travel and leisure lonely planet. The washington post pod drop and all access so new cast like old seattle seasons old. And so the podcast was delivering value that the audience was looking for and as a result the brands got the the benefit from that
Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships
"Podcast thing is in many ways still treated effectively as a broadcast medium. that's like this one directional pipe yet. that the listenership feels exceptionally I think involved with the hosts like the day. They may be feel more like a. They have the relationship even though there. It's not bidirectional all the time from communications out of. I'm kind of curious like given kind of the ways in which podcasting works like. What are those relationships. Look like with your audience like how do you have. You have that relationship with them beyond the financial. Certainly there's the financial membership side of things but like what what does a relationship look like with your audience catherine so this year. I feel like we've had some great breakthrough. We've had a membership program. Since we we started as an experiment in our first season in people signed up which is amazing. But we didn't really offer we're just like can you help us like we didn't really offer much by way of benefits but so one of the ways risk deepening relationship this year. Which has been really cool. Is that actually. We've had Listeners become guests and that has been really cool because We're always looking for a Surprising unconventional stories and for example we did a whole series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms in we It was a partnership with the guardian. We did a bunch of reporting and we did a lot of call outs to. Are you know audience and Two of the five people we ended up featuring wor listeners of the show one was a waitress in mississippi who had written me a number of times with different story ideas and i thought But then you know. She told me a bit about her life. And i was like actually. I think you're right for this story that we're working on and she. We ended up doing the whole episode about her experience with losing her job and her mental health struggles in getting addicted all these things that like but she very much came to us because she was already in our listener community in the other one was a young mom who was a new orleans nightclub worker and we talked about her career panic struggles and you know what what happened. We ended up featuring on the show as well so also when people hear that listeners are coming from the show. I feel like that they hear that a guest that they have curtis thirty minute episode within their emotionally vested in were listener who reached out that makes them feel like it's more of a two way street and that there is more potential for
Roger Nairn and Jen Moss on the Added Value Every Podcast Needs
"So there's three main reasons why audiences resist branded podcast. I don't know roger. do you wanna take this slide. The first the versus at their. You know the podcast is always trying to sell you something. And if it's always trying to sell you something then it's an advertisement and who wants to listen to a twenty or thirty minute advertisements. A lot of our branded. Podcasts are also quite biased. They they don't really look at both sides of of Of of the story or of an issue They're quite leaning on one side. And i think podcast audiences look for both sides of the conversation when they get into A certain topic or ours wanna learn about a certain issue and frankly most brands don't know how to tell a great story and if you can't tell a great story then you're gonna lose the audience's interest and You really not taking them along with you so to gain audiences brandon. Podcast need to rise above these common stereotypes and deliver content with with real entertainment or educational value. Like just deliver a ton of value to listener. So that's where we talk about using your outside voice to reach more people. So what do we mean by outside voice. So i put a little thought into this this morning. Here's what we mean. We mean stories and messages with broad appeal we mean high quality storytelling we mean unbranded content or very lightly branded like subtle We mean content. That's relevant to larger social movements or conversations that are going on at the time We mean stepping outside your comfort zone. As a brand we mean having conversations that go far beyond products services but you know probably still wanna adhere to brand pillars of brand
Trainer Don Saladino on the Power of Basic Foundational Movements
"Let's talk about that a little bit because with that simplicity. You said something in our first conversation. That i still think about today. Which is somebody earning the right to a certain exercise. Yeah when you said that like that was a shift in my because these are things that i think about what you put words to it and so getting to a place where we earned the right to do more advanced things. What are those foundational things for every one of us that we need to invoke in our lives just for basic culture and functionality. Who've i mean there's certain things that we need to be able to do in our life we need to be able to sit on a toilet. I just it just how it is all my telling you to put a bar on your back and start squatting wagner pounds no but we have to start establishing those basic movements. I think with us in the amount of sitting that we do all the time we start losing this elasticity in muscles and that's why our body really starts feeling like junk so on day one of my take someone who hasn't moved in ten years and i'm going to get them to imply metrics no but the goal is to get those joints get some lubrication those joints y'all get some elasticity in those muscles and get them to the point where i can get the moving again like they did as a kid. Now it's all at a different level because certain people yeah we might not be doing a fifty inch box. But i accept that but if i can take someone in their fifties who came in with back pain and in time maybe work with our team of physical therapists or maybe work with You know our team of nutritionist to get inflammation to calm down and then in time we see that their body allow sleeps improving while we got fifteen minutes. Extra sleep every night thirty minutes extra. We're in the right direction. How you feeling body's feeling better not feeling so tight. I'm getting out of the car and i can. Actually i feel like i could job across the street. I we're into something maybe. Let's start with some light jogging. How much three miles. no like. Five to ten seconds. Let's see how your body feels just reestablishing that movement. I think when we do that you would be surprised on how good you can get your body to
An Interview With Author Christine Leunens
"Lunes is a wonderful author. Who's two thousand eight. Caging skies was the nucleus of joe. Joe rabbit very excited to have christine in the podcast today. Christine welcome. thank you tarik so off air. We started talking a little bit about hartford because this is for those listening where christine was born. And obviously we've been listening to the podcast. I live in western massachusetts about thirty minutes away. So how long were you in hartford. Four christine so about three and a half years. So i guess the very vital first years and then we need to. We went then after to massachusetts springfield and west springfield massachusetts. Okay so you went from hartford to springfield. And how holidays you spend in springfield christine. Listen i think. I was seven years old when then we went down to florida and then from florida i went to university and then as a teenager. I went to paris in my younger years. I did go stock because my mother was italian italian-born and my father was belgian and so as a teenager. I was just very interested to go back to europe and discovered the family the family in belgium the family in italy Yes and that makes a lot of sense. Let me ask you so. I want to get into your move in pairs and the second in your your education you move to paris as a teenager and i know that i hope i have this correct. You have a very close reporting relationship with your grandfather. Is that correct christine. Yes that is so he was. He was living himself in paris at the time so he was belgian born but living in paris since over thirty years when i was there so it was quite exciting because he was painter and he did sculpture to and we used to go to museums and we used to discuss art poetry and it was just very exciting to be there and discuss architecture and in fact he was the one who told me. I'm going to be a writer one day and i didn't even believe it was
"thirty minute" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman
"I'll turn it over to you. Just give us. What's the overview in the big idea behind the count based podcasting. Yes so the big idea is really. it's you know. Think about account based anything right you start with a list of target accounts and in this case you go to that list and you identify the iep the the ideal customer profile that you wanna basically feature on your podcast and you invite them on your podcast to tell their story now. When i when. I say tell their story. I don't mean literally. Just come on the show and tell your story but like pick up a topic that is meaningful to that person to that individual who is your icp at a target account and give them a platform. Give them an opportunity to tell the story around that topic that is meaningful to them so billy. It's important that you select topic for each guest that you invite on the show that they're comfortable speaking to maybe they're already speaking about another ways. Maybe it's a current campaign or initiative or drive or announcement or just whatever it might be. That is totally meaningful current relevant. They could just talk about it on a dime without any preparation. Although i do advocate preparation for the podcast and it's just really. It's as simple as that. Just give them the opportunity to tell a story on topic that they're really passionate about and then tell tell that story. Let them tell that story like we're doing right here in a conversation on the podcast and then at the end of the day in both literally and figuratively I mean about end of the day. Billy because at the end of the podcast you've now developed a little bit of a relationship. Now you might be wondering. Billy well just a thirty minute. Podcast of a relationship. Can you build. Well i skip that. Let me go back to step in front of the podcast recording. And you and i did this as well.
"thirty minute" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"That have been like that. And i'm like are you know what you do you you know. I still hope that you you know. Maybe one day we could try again later in nature down on my career or yours you know by now on a stuffing supporting music. Like i'm still listening to you music. It's not like you know now. Now i think in music is traditional. Cue whatever not phony. But like you know like i like your attitude. Yeah your attitude is falling by the do not funny. That's that's the thing that i've run into. This is a bitch such or anything along those on. But it's a real thing where you know. I don't hold grudges. And i always like. I'm down to work and talk with whoever and it's like i definitely have a focus on people to look like you emerging artists who that you know they kind of see what what is four and the thing that always gets me. Is i to make a shift as to some of the guests that i may work with and it's like all right. How active are you. Are you following a your listeners. Do you know what i'm trying to achieve here and you know in its community you know. And that's the thing that gets lost like some some business owners that i've had on earlier episodes. You know once once episode goes up. You know they they don't they don't exist. They don't even support the episode. Tell people listen check it out anything. And it's like yeah. This was for for you. You know this is a thirty minute conversation as a peek behind the curtain about you as an individual not the person selling whatever. The item is and. That's what i try to to gain from this or we're trying to illustrate amplify from this stuff of you know the person's work you know what they do but there is deeper than that is is deeper than you know what they provide. They are person. Let's get a little bit more about their story in. I will say ninety. Five percent of the people are really chilling. Really get it five percent there. They just to just not engage in that same way and like i said. I don't hold grudges anything but it is kind of indicative like how you view these business interactions and east these things because you know how to my own horn to to put down affecting later that you.
"thirty minute" Discussed on The SaaS Revolution Show
"Kind of role people into the in the early access program and in the kind of medium-term we probably will go to market with a premium proposition But if i could describe it's probably nick striven dropbox and superhuman at dropbox wary. No there will always be kind of a free paid individual users end team accounts on to win in a way that wants to take on board very seriously and pretty much everyone who signs up to sales or we'll have a thirty minute call with someone from market to make sure that they're getting going amazing. Amazing i'm looking at the website. I saw yourself. And i. I wanna say chris that right now. It's chuck but yes. I got the i h rights. I is that the team today. It is it the three of you none at all. We have more people so chuck joined us recently as head of engineering. He's even amazing guy. He was the most senior person general assembly before joining us. We're very proud to have have gotten him on on this crazy jordi. We also have an engineer in new york who is joining us in july Have a designer and And we have a number of Freelance consultants and as i copa. Rioting in the graphical agency Where hiring engineers and designers.
"thirty minute" Discussed on Shayne and I Show
"Hey there people welcome back to shady night show. i'm. I'm max in Here we are we are. We made three weeks exactly exactly. That's a that's a good Monthly cash that's on that's on the early side of that. We don't to be which group but in a month totally a month. So we're back max. That's pretty good new. Not much man. I i I got a shot. I got sick. I got better. Did you get sick from the second shot from the second her shot. No problem second shot most people again. The second shot i got tired. I you know. I had a fever for a day after i even have either. I got super taken a bunch of those before. But i can imagine this is what it felt like. It's like all. I wanted to do with sleep. all right. that's like. I got i got i got home and like i was lying in my bed. Trauma close on the light on and just passed out. Fully quo like yeah. That's my that's the only thing that happened to me. Which i was tired for companies like. I got my second shot in that night. At about eight o'clock. I started thinking to myself man. You know i'm a little achey. My skin source for some reason. I got it right up on your right arm it now. I was like working that alive. Grace i got a little bit but not bad but that you know i said to. My wife said it's weird. It's like i have all the symptoms. I feel all the symptoms of fever. But i don't have a fever right. And then she felt my head and she's like dude. You have a fever. Because i didn't believe her. Because i never brain and turns jeeter talking. Gibberish like no. I don't just have all the symptoms. Bill i don't want to do you know who i you know. I ran into the other day labor. Remember bob bob bob. I don't remember his last name. Right about k right. Yeah and simba. Bob probably like three or four years. And i ran into bob mueller day just randomly and he's one of those guys like even though you have been forever that he's been forever seen them like you talked to him and it's like it's like it's like talking to run. It's like twenty minutes. You're you're fucking regardless of you gotta go somewhere. I ran into him at target. But we're talking about bob with the beard right. Yeah all right yeah. He doesn't have a beard. No more dude. I mean he's got like a he's got like long hair was weird. He was like he was a totally different. Do it was weird. I'll get into why it was weird because we have like. I said we like wanted to be in a thirty minute conversation in front of because he just doesn't stop talking you'll well there. Are those people talking. They just don't stop. I mean those people who like i mean. I've got something to say. They won't stop talking. Didn't even every time in your mouth. They're just going ahead and opening their mouth and over doing that right now. Anyway so you were saying yes. I did recognize the story. I didn't.
"thirty minute" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast
"You live. Think about the communities of color. Where are the parks. The spaces for them they located in the wayne ones at least are they knew new white neighborhoods in places that white people can access are. There is a public transport. The goes anywhere near to those faces. Probably not right. And i know that's not the case is the case because we've been digging through some research and it's shocking now as you know not the best memory lines so i can't tell you what those numbers are but i will be sharing them soon but it's just something to think about just another element of how fortunate we are if we have access today's those places and just something i think about how we can change that moving forward and make sure that everyone to these things because it's important right it makes us just said it makes us feel grounded and whole and that's one thing i have to say since transitioning over to the trails where seis scared of truth. I felt i needed to do everything on the cement marathon training. And yet when i would be brave and take one run one day officer race or something where i so i could take the risk in quotes you. Go run on trio. I always so good coming off. That run way better than i would've done coming off a run on the roads i think is just not feeling life around you. Feeling the energy of these living things with something. It feels good. I don't really time to turn around in a minute for me to just over five minutes left for the thirty minute group. Yeah let's serve. Take this move into stop and take picture right. He already stop..
"thirty minute" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Doghouse well he had done a number of injuries. And we want to come on our show to. And then i'll have. I don't know not i didn't know he was in our dog how i mean i. I didn't love that. He cancelled so you. Don't hold onto things like that though. Apparently that's why you just let it go. It's like no big deal. I apparently i did. Because i didn't todd was talking about i john kaczynski's out of our doghouse. So if you'd like to add on. I don't know if he was in it but if he was and you thought he was then reach out to john krasinski and we'd love to have him on. They could talk about quiet place to yes mclovin. Forget trying. Quincy you guys. Blow my mind that i think his name is roy from the office. Is that the ex husband. Mayor v saudi. I didn't make that connection at all. Yeah he's so good in that show. Yes yes he does. It look like roy from the office but that's a good. I mean you watch him and you just see him acting not like it's roy that pam's old boyfriend before john before jim halpern should say day. Bay watch the friends reunion. I didn't but i. I honestly thought i'd heard there's a friends reunion. I thought they were going to get back and do an episode. I was. I thought they were gonna do like a thirty minute episode or an hour. Where they'll redo their characters and they're all living in the suburbs and have kids and are married. Which i think would have been much better tv. I don't really wanna hear unscripted actors talking about themselves. why didn't watch it. I've seen a lot of clips. But i i would rather that they reminisced about it then to an updated one i got. I'm not. There's a cliffhanger there that i really wanna know what happened. Yeah joey yes. That's a nice reviews. Yeah some people are into it and then they had. The guest of guest appearances lady gaga justin bieber. And like i don't did you need it. I think they make twenty million dollars a year each from that show and they don't even do it anymore and they made like two and a half million a piece just for that that reunion. I think time they got a break. Yeah poor kids we syndicate this show. Is there any market for now. There's no that's why he was. Somebody was saying man. You own all your content. I go yeah he goes. Whoa what are you going to do with it. I go nothing i think. What do i do. it's all it's all time based here..
"thirty minute" Discussed on AI in Financial Services Podcast
"I can one that that struck me in particular one of the largest fintech companies that that we working with as we talking about the issues at the have to reset possible or to reestablish. Your credentialed takes on average thirty minutes on a chat session. Now you know whether that's because of legacy requirements or because of the. It's this basically really making sure you're talking to the right person. And then they may be using the wrong browser or whatever you need to reset the computer. So that thirty minute conversation. It's actually very limited set of things you need to try and be aware of. I mean relatively limited so a smart chat bot can certainly handle that sort of thing and you know hopefully cut it down from the thirty minute that attacks but i mean you have a thirty minute chat with a human. They might even be changing shift during that time. Talking to the same person that stat. Now you're was it that was for that one company or is it some kind of like an industry survey that you drew from at number. It's particular company. But i could. You know i talking to others. It's not necessary that much better for something so simple. Yeah i mean. I think most of us have experienced. How difficult it can be to reset your password to remember what original organ or what now the challenge the challenge questions were and then you have to okay now. We sending your coat on the phone. Did you get no my in the living room or whatever and type in the wrong number. And whatever i mean yes but that sort of thing. Changing name and address finding out what. The status is renewing. Your renewing insurances doing transfers. Many many applications I would say they probably seventy eighty percent of transactions said financial institutions can be automated given the given the right technology and then of course you have internal applications as well like for your salespeople to to help help them manage salesforce or hr or.
"thirty minute" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"The new book is titled amazon. Unbound jeff bezos and the invention of a global empire. It is an impressive tall clocks in at four hundred eighty eight pages and just a few moments. You will hear the thirty minute conversation. That i record with brad on publication day after the interview. I'm going to take some time to tell you why i'm disappointed in brad's book But why. I'm still a sort of admirers of his work. It's complicated. I was scheduled to talk with brad today. So i was very surprised when he direct message me on twitter tuesday afternoon suggesting that we move it up to that evening seven. Pm eastern time. That meant i had just three hours instead of three days to prepare my questions. But i knew his schedule. Interviews was daunting and that it would be better connect with him right away then possibly getting bumped later in the week. The move also enabled me to keep an opponent. I'd be with my five year old grandson to get ice cream after picking them up at daycare today so that worked out really well too. I did appreciate breads sending me a hardcover advanced reader copy of the book that gave me time to carefully read it and for his making sure that i had a chance to join the parade of interviewers seeking to discuss amazon unbound. This week here is our conversation recorded. Tuesday evening may eleven twenty twenty one.
"thirty minute" Discussed on Spill it, Sister! Reality TV recaps with Ally
"Ten minutes or fifteen minutes and so on so very interesting and then you last part was We've already talked about this. The amer be was running ahead the checkpoints and then she would run back to see t. And tell them what this is what we have to figure out and they come up the whole challenge an hour before anybody else. That is crazy to me. Yeah so they're just sitting up there with tj for an hour waiting for leroy to get their hanging out with their thirty minute advantage. Yeah that's wild. Well guys do better. Production come on. Syria need to see the hookups to see the fights. I understand editing in whatever producing some of the timeline things and whatever to fit the story but god show me the hookups. Like i need to see them. I don't understand why i'm not seeing them. It's very upsetting it. Don't don't added it with so much foreshadowing because it's like edited and they edit to fit the narrative who ends up in the final and who wins and it's like don't do that. We don't need to know that just at each episode at as its own episode. And that's what was very fast that we're going to put in this episode. Don't give shit lived in make it very far. She leave on a injury. I wanna see what she did while she was there. Yes i wanna see her putting shampoo all over me. God how ya lou. Well part one is done. We get our final episode of the season next week. And i'm kinda sad about it but will also be covering the circle and we have lots of other good shows coming up soon. So i'm sad but not that's odd because the new season's filming to like we have so much to look forward to where we know that there's more reality. Tv to come. We're not going to be on a hiatus so that part is nice. Yes very exciting guys. Thank you so much for listening and we will catch a next week by..
"thirty minute" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News
"So what if you did. That would be unacceptable. What else did i try. I had so. We tried the bloody mary at At the refreshment port that have plenty of bloody mary. it was so spicy. I don't think i would do that again. It was really really spacey. Could've taken the paint off spacey So i don't know that i would do that again. And then we went over. We were kind of walking through by test track and they always have our donut sharpie. I got all excited thinking that the doughnut box was going to be there. But that's apparently just a food wine thing. So i ran over there like the little kid that i am thinking i was gonna get myself some apple tone up and low behold now but that was actually where they had the fruit loop shake. But i didn't try that but that's called sunshine griddle where that donut boxes normally. So we did that and then that honey one that we were saying looked really good. We tried something there. would we try their. We tried the local wildflower honey. Mars capone cheesecake. How was it and that was really good. That was really good. I was surprised. Sounds tasty and then we went into the festival center and they have a rotating menu in there. But the whole time we were there they had the same. 'cause we went on a couple of days the same menu going on and I try. I get the the watermelon with the fed and the red onion salad that they always have. That was really really good. I got the watermelon cider which. I've never tried that before. I was that good really good. I loved it. I would totally get it again. But you're also into your strawberry stubborn beer right now. Yeah so you know it kind of goes in conjunction are you. You're you're just turning into little fruit connoisseur i am. I'm trying to expand my horizons. A little bit from the pino i have to. I have to try new things. And then i tried the raspberry tour which was good. I didn't love that That was also in the festival center but then My cousin got the key lime short. That was amazing. So if you're there and you're trying to decide between the key lime tour and the raspberry chocolate tour not enough raspberry go for the key lime. What else did we get We got in france. We did the bananas which delicious and the macaroni which i'm not even gonna try to pronounce properly and that was really good. And then i went over to the american pavilion. And i got the and you can tell i was on a desert kick The the funnel cake. I was which was at the actual funnel cake stand. And it's so it's in the american billion but it's not the american stand. It's a tunnel cake. Stand so the many funnel cake was. It was really cute looking. I did not love that though. It was not my favorite thing i had. I think the key out of the desserts too key lime was my favorite. Which surprised me because i'm not usually a key lime fan And then we also went so we did some rides and then we went over to spice road in the late afternoon and just to try the lounge and we had We had some drinks. I had the sangria which was very good. And then we had the non spread which was hamas and olives and it was delicious Highly recommend that it was actually really good and it was funny because we were like we walked up and it didn't look busy. It was like three o'clock in the afternoon so it was kind of in between meals and they were like. Oh okay. we'll put you on the list. You can go you go walk around and texture when your tables ready we literally turned around and left and within five seconds got. A text message or table was ready. I'm like seriously you couldn't just say come on in. It's like what the heck but so we did that. That was fun and it is going to be a good view of the Fireworks when they come back the harmonious so that something to keep in mind so we did that and then at night after dinner we went back and watched epic live which is the time entertainment that they have kind of going on over the weekend epcot. Which is that local band. There have different local bands coming in to ban. We saw is actually gonna be there when we're there in april so psycho cool so they were really entertaining Just local bands doing cover songs. It was fine like it was. It was fun to see us a mini concert. It was a thirty minute show and it was all cover songs. It was kinda like single on. Get up and clap like just. It was fun like we haven't done that in so long. That makes me really miss jelly rolls. Yes it was. It was a blast like and it was thirty minutes. And i was. I would do this again. And i'm like they don't even have to be that good. It was just fun to be like at like a concert typesetting. Everybody was spaced. It was outside. It was in the american pavilion But it was really cool. It was good it was fun. I recommend it so anybody that sees the epoch live going on Definitely stop over there and see the show. 'cause it's it's good to see live entertainment again. So that was the main staff. I mean everything else is stuff. I've kind of done over the last few so nothing new to kind of report. But that's the newer stuff a good time. Yeah we had fun. I get to spend time with my babies. Any flowers and gardening going on slightly. I guess flowering and gardening. Now they had the topiary as just getting started. The butterfly room was open which surprised me But the tent was there had. We walked through not a lot of butterflies. Yes it's still kinda early was two days and So we didn't get a ton of butterflies but it was. It was cool so that was good. That's something that's kinda. come back. Which is good. Yeah flower and garden never never disappoints. I left flower garden. Live concert made it. Which reminds me that. I missed the arts this year. That's i like that one michio. it's my favorite. I actually think my favorites are an order of festival of the arts flower and garden the holidays and food and wine last. I hate to say it.
"thirty minute" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner
"You'll get sucked right into your in box and you'll be out in la la land clicking on links trying to project that wasn't even on your dinner for the day to make someone happy or so on and so forth so the number one system is to figure out when you're going to check your inbox and stick to it. You know. maybe you're gonna check. Your inbox is always say good. Thing is right before lunch. And right before you finish the day right before lunch because you know you wanna eat and you don't wanna eat at your inbox so you'll be a little bit better prompted to get out of there and right before the end of the day because you're over your over work and even though we're all working from home you know setting up specific. Starting in times of your day is really critical and break time. Who's well you know. Eating at your desk is is not necessarily good. And i know that a lot of us set hours and not eating doubts is really super important getting up and moving as well so so have a set time. You're going to check your inbox if you have to have a timer. I always say start with a timer. Start with a thirty minute timer. There's gonna being you in the airball until you to get out of your inbox So those are two really important things to do as far as systems. But i think really the most important thing is realizing that when you get in there it's reacted. You're not doing anything for yourself. Necessarily you're going to be called the do actions for other people that want you to do something for them. Does that make sense. Oh yeah that makes a lotta sense and you know. It's amazing how rude people can be in terms of call to action. I actually got one email yesterday where somebody said. Have you looked at this attachment yet. It's like hello you just sent it to me..
"thirty minute" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"Then you'll start seeing the quality go down but if everyone's kind of invested and believes that you know what you're talking about you've seen clearly what this is going to be. Then they're gonna kinda you know as long as they believe that they're gonna follow along and that's how you get movies made and i think it's fascinating that you have sort of a a meditation type practice re recenter your vision of the film every day on before people arrive because i think that obviously the in when you're in the throes of production and things do start going wrong. It's so easy to say. Forget it or we'll fix it in post and sometimes you don't but so right were in your head in the very beginning to drift away. But his to maintain that. I think is critical. Both ways that phrase will fix it in post is like my worst nightmare. That is like that means. I completely fucked up and something went wrong and for me. You know for example with the vigil there no. They're no missing scenes. Everything we shot is in is in the film nothing else. They're obviously other takes. But there's nothing it's all there and that was just a lot of pre-planning and figuring stuff out But yeah this sort of centering idea you know it just it especially when you're not you don't have the luxury of the budget to shoot chronologically in when you're shooting scenes and out of order completely. It's it's also about maintaining the feel of the film and the kind of where you're at from once in the next you're thinking of the edit like what we were just here with. How do we leave that. How did that go. Yeah so right. I mean i suppose. It was luckier in york. And i'd take a subway to to the set every day as like a thirty minute walk and then twenty minutes so he writes a lot of time is going to be in myself. I would go through the shots that day..
"thirty minute" Discussed on Become Your Own Best Friend Podcast
"You spend it and again that's from subconscious perspective is feeling like you going to lose it and this could be an unconscious believe a belief around not being good with money another way it can short with people is warring met disappointing others. Have you ever had that worry. That what you say odor might disappoint someone else and that unconscious belief holding you back could be that you feel like you're not good enough and you don't wanna disappoint people so you spend your life people pleasing hoping and praying that you don't disappoint someone because if you do that's thing going to point out the fact that you're not good enough now that's not true of course but our brain is believing and that's what our brains talking us into. We can want something consciously for example. You might want more money a better job. You might want to get fit and healthy but if you're unconscious beliefs go against what you want. Then you will continue to self sabotage. Basically you always act in accordance with her. You believe you all and that's that identity pot that i was speaking about before where i talked about that in depth in episode thirteen was at. You're always going to act in accordance with who you believe you all. And that's what's really important to identify whether these beliefs are actually holding you back or not and i guess the question that arises now is. How do we change these. If we've got these unconscious beliefs that are holding us back from what we really want will. How do we change them. The first step is we need to identify them because they are unconscious beliefs. You weren't laurie. How much they have been affecting you and to. You are aware and when i i talked to a client whether that be on aid discovery cold because i'll always do a free thirty minute co i to i will get a sense of what's holding this person back and.
"thirty minute" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Know you need to move to southgate. The rest of us live here. See i just feel like. I feel like i can't because now everybody's doing it and so like i have to be like the goth kid and like stand out a little bit which oh my god so i did. I hear if i told you. I think i told you guys this. My eleven year old son comes to me and wants to do his hair half and half like half black like jet like goth black and half lake super bright pink. And i was and i had to amac. No and he was like what do you mean no like you told me. I should express myself and that kind of stuff. I'm like look you can. But i don't make the rules. You have to pick one. You cannot be both goth and emo and like so that led to probably a thirty minute discussion of the differences between.
"thirty minute" Discussed on The Bob and Lu Show
"Walked in to this episode and he was he touched another guy like they were just kissing war are. I've not seen that. I've seen him with a girl. You've not seen that no on shits creek or on anything on watch hallmark. Movie hallmark movies have gay couples. Now i was talking about his creek. I you know i. I don't know where you're a little behind on the episodes i i went way forward. I am so in love with the series thank you. Whoever told me to to watch this. Because i love it. I mean no before the broken record but it has been a. It takes a lot for me to laugh out loud. tv show and i laugh out loud daily. This and you'd be twenty minute episodes. They were like a thirty minute. Show and so. I don't know what i'm gonna do i. I'm pretty sure tonight. We're going to finish the series. And i'm going to be really really sad. I may have to run the whole thing. A ps i learned yesterday The tv shows.
"thirty minute" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Don't. We're not like a shop of fi or magento where you have that kind of traditional add to cart functionality so we kinda it's unfortunate but we'll have people that ask us all the time. Hey are you a replacement for shop. Affi- and we unfortunately have to say no. We know kind of who who our target market is But yeah it's definitely more digital one of the big things that concern a lot of people of us. A lot of customers is the on boarding end user interface and user experience. Tell us a little bit about how simple pancake studies for somebody. Who's known. take nicole. yeah well it. It wasn't very simple when we started so forty years ago. You kinda had to hunt and peck and figure it out for yourself and then we finally realized that a lot like we had such high churn that the reason that people were canceling was not that had tons of functionality and flexibility people didn't know how to use the damn bang so like we we created this in-app onboarding experience and it just kind of breaks it down. Simplifies like for a new person. That's never used our software. Like what are they. What should they do. So it's like step one. Click here step to click here and so what we try to do is get them to. I value as quickly as possible. And so i value for us. Is they have their checkout lincoln. They're accepting payment and so they had that moment and they're like oh my god. This is awesome. I love it and so it took us a while to get there but it has still is leaps and bounds better and it's helped from all of our numbers from our turn rate. You know got cut in half overnight just because we made it that much easier and then also Combine that with our customer service experience. So we actually do a thirty minute on boarding call with anyone who would like to so we we of walk them through it Enhanced and hold their hand and that's been helpful as well. I love the fact that only takes me. Maximum three maybe four clicks in total to get a result to get to where i need to be to get the app..