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How NOT to get Discouraged After Getting MULTIPLE "No" Responses On Sales Calls

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10:07 min | 11 months ago

How NOT to get Discouraged After Getting MULTIPLE "No" Responses On Sales Calls

"Right so one of my clients message me recently. Actually this happened last week when my clients went over seven on his sales calls over seven so literally call after call after call. It was like he would ask them to enroll. They said no seven times in a row and I don't know how many of you guys have ever gotten on seven calls in a row begotten seven nose in a row but you can imagine how discouraged was after getting seventy dollars like he messaged me and he was like do like screw. This man like I'm so done with this. Bs like just another person. Say No to me on the phone. I just had another person said that they don't have the money. Everyone's broke February sucks. It's not a good month people. Just don't have the money right now. I just keep getting these broke ass people on the phone and so for me like I get it like I've been there so like I let them ramble and I'll just let 'em ramble and Rambo and Rambo but how like it sucked and then I was like dude. Okay okay enough like stop. I was like Bro. Like guaranteed guaranteed. You're saying something on these calls that's causing them to say no right guarantee. There's something that you're saying on these calls with potential prospects that's causing these people to say no and I absolutely guarantee that if we fix that problem in the process you're going to start to get some yeses so I made them role play with me amid him. Get on the phone and like sell me as a client and we role played where he was selling as a coach and I was pretending to be the client and we did. He was doing a few things that I talked about in a previous episodes. If you guys really want upper sales game and you'd want the practical step by step go watch three golden nuggets to your sales game but we fixed those things and on the next eight calls. He went eight for eight. So after going over seven and getting zero calls or zero sales and seven calls he went eight for eight and thirty six hundred dollars so guys. I want to give you guys three practical mind shifts three Paktika like absolute necessary mindset ships. That need to happen so that you guys never get discouraged on your sales calls because discouragement is the enemy of you growing success business. Like if you're like not book and cause because you're feeling sorry for yourself or people keep saying no like that is the enemy of your growing business. So I'm going to be three practical mind shifts. That never get discouraged on your sales calls so number one practical mindshift number one. Everyone is going to have objections. Everyone is going to have objections. First of all on my fitness coach. Every single person that you're going to get on the phone with is going to have an objection about whether or not they can take action a Finnish course. The reason that most people are struggling in their fitness goals in the first place is because these people have been making excuses for their fitness journeys for the last three five seven. Maybe twenty years. They've been saying themselves. It's not the right time you know like my kids are in school or I don't have the money or focused on other things. I gotTA CHECK WITH MY spouse like most of the clients that you guys get on the phone with been making excuses their entire life so just because they're interested in transforming their body and they're interested in your almond. Coaching program does not mean that they're ready to take out a credit card. And commit to you. So all my fitness coach. The first thing that you need to understand not to get discouraged on your sales calls is everyone is going to have an objection. So you need to expect objections. I think a lot of finished coaches. I think it'd be reasonable. Why do you guys are getting discouraged is because you just expect people to fall in your lap? Like I'm just GONNA get on a call with the client and they're just going to pay me the money. I'm just going to run through the script. And they're just GonNa pay me the money guys people are GonNa have objections. That's why they're stuck in their current situation. So if you understand that everyone's going to have an objection then you won't take it personally when they have an objection like Oh. I don't have the money like I kinda thought you were going to say that. So let's talk about it and then you have a conversation instead of saying like. Oh I don't have the money and you're like okay. You can go about it and I'll talk to you in like a week. People are going to have objections. So you have to expect that. Everyone's going to have an objection. Just come with that expectation and then be willing to have a conversation with them all right so key number one mindset shift that you guys need to understand if you guys are tuning in right. Now it'd take some notes. Write this down. People are going to have objections. Stop expecting people to fall in your lap. Everyone's going to have an objection. Okay all right. So the mindset number one people are going to have just like understand that okay mindset number two mindset shift number. Two guys need to go through in order to never get discouraged. On your sales calls is sales is a learnable. Skill sales is a learnable skill. I think that too many people take rejection. Personally I wanna Kinda hit you with this one and let me know if this kind of hits home for you. Have you ever gotten rejected on a call? And you just feel like you suck as a coach. Have you ever gotten rejected as calling you like on man? I suck at this if you guys are like that like somebody says not on the phone yourself. This sucks I suck at this as ever said that. I'm not good at sales. I've always been terrible sales. Getting a no on the phone doesn't mean you suck as a person getting a no on the phone. Means you're sale skills might suck straight up getting on. The phone doesn't mean you suck as a person getting in on the phone means you're sales skills might suck straight up. I just WanNa be straight with you guys. I don't WanNa be guys but let's talk about doing squats because we're all night coaches. We understand squats right. So do you guys remember the first time you did a squat like the first time ever walked into a gym and you got under the bar and you did a squat right do you remember how terrible terrible like the first time. I did like a full body so I was like terrible I do. I was horrible. I squad was terrible but the more that I went into the gym and the more that it had squats the better I got at them. I actually hired a personal trainer so I had an in person training for like a year and a half two years so that they can educate me on the proper form. Get better squats. He helped me improve my form and so the more that I practice the exercises that the personal trainer gave me right the more that I practice mobility in a form etc etc. The better my squad get guys. Sales is the exact same thing. If you're getting a no on the phone stopped crying and bitching about it and do something about it. Study sales sales is a learnable skill. You can get better over time. You will get better over time. If you don't get discouraged discouragment those the enemy of progress because you're GONNA get discouraged. Me Man Suck at this. I'm terrible at sales. Nobody says yes to me. Nobody has the money everyone's broke. That's like all bs all of it. People saying they don't have the money for your program as a signpost for me that your sales skills need work. Nobody has the money to hire finish coach. Somebody wants to take three hundred fifty dollars under the bank account and pay you for monthly service. Somebody wants to give you a thousand dollars for twelve week. Nobody wants that but if you practiced in the art of enrolling them into your program and you are good at getting people to say yes people will see ask because I want to commit to their goals. Sales is a learnable skill. Getting knows on the phone stopped crying about it and start doing something about it. Steady sales literally go to youtube and wash them Denmark videos if you go to youtube study. Dan Lock democracies sales wizard. He's an expert watch videos. You could watch them all day study sales. I'M GONNA start with my clients right now because I know a lot of my clients. Listen this if you're in my course right now and you're getting knows on the phone. You better be at savage sales every Thursday when we post the training straight up. And if you're not at savage sales and you're not studying sales and you're complaining about the sales game I don't care straight up like sales learnable skills so if you're getting no's on. The phone studied the art of sales better over improve. Make sure you're holding. Your skill set makes getting better over time. Ask for feedback from coach. If you're in my course. Please ask me for feedback. It's like I'll accept you complaining a little bit and then I'll say how do we get better from here? Watch youtube videos. You don't suck as a person. Your sales skills might suck okay. There's a difference. So if your sales sales suck make better right so sales's learnable skill that's number two. That's the second mindset shift that we need to go through okay now mindset shift number three mindset shift number three. This is the most important once. You're taking notes please. This is the one you need to write down. I'M GONNA say it's slow to get every no is one step closer to yes. Every no is one step closer to yes straight up. I actually like it when people say no to me on the phone. It's weird like I actually like it. Maybe if I got seven or eight and relegate kind of Pissy but anyways I kinda like it when people say notably phone I actually do because when somebody says not me on the phone. That means that I'm one step closer to somebody saying yes. This is actually a game that we play my circle to my circle of close friends. That are all in the business like if one of us starts getting a bunch of knows on the phone. We always recycle that Bourbon factory. Where we're like every knows one step closer to yes guys. Although sales is a learnable skill people are still going to say no to you like even the best sales people in the world still get knows it happens and guys if you don't have the skin and for somebody saying no to you like you're just not in the right game. This isn't for you. Understanding that sales is a numbers game. And you can get better at sales. But you'll still get nose on the phone will allow you to improve your sales over time and get better and progressively move into the next call's enthusiasm. I think we can kill your sales game and kill your enrollment game is if you get into this mindset where you're like getting discouraged because you're on calls and people are saying no to you and then you start thinking yourself like on. Nobody has the money in Boban. Maybe I'M NOT CUT OUT FOR THIS. And then you get on the next call in the next call actually want to buy from you but because you're in such a negative head space you push them away right so every no is one step closer to yes is a mindset that will allow you to show up to calls with enthusiasm it will allow you to show up to potential calls with clients with like energy and enthusiasm because you know you. Just gotTa know. This might be yes. That's the way that I view it so I actually like when people say no to me every no is one step closer to yes. So if you're an online fitness coach this is like a great closing rate so a great closing rate is one and three calls. If you're closing one. Three calls absolutely phenomenal. If you've been on five caused and you've only close one you need to work on your sales game. You need to be closing one in every three calls or getting on if you're not you need some work to do you decide sales. Go Watch videos on YouTube. If you're in my course you better be at savage sales every Thursday. We have a sales training every week right. So Great. Closing rate is one of three. If you're under one and three you need to work on. Your sales gain a phenomenal closing rate. Like if you're doing really good is two and three calls if you're closing every two and three calls your savage you're amazing you need to give yourself pat on the back. It's doing good if you're closing every single call you get on. You should probably increase your prices because that's saying like your program super high value and everyone's like Oh my God. I can't believe it's cheap. You should probably increase prices all right guys when you get. No I want you to get excited because every no is one step closer to a yes.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"What's great about Online Trading Academy as they really teach you how to make money and all the markets. But now, the question is, what is the best market for generating income, and it's different for everyone. But in Iran, you know what would you say are some of the best markets out there for trading for income and, and why the main markets for income in my opinion, would be the forex market the futures market, and the options market. And I know there are many people out there trading stocks trying to generate income. But in reality, what you have at your fingertips, when you gain the proper knowledge and develop the proper skill. In my opinion, nothing's going to be the potential returns of the four x and or futures and options market, especially when you're considering your risk in your reward ratios, and I'll just give you an example. You know, like the market was down. Well over six hundred points, you know, many hundred people are freaking, oh, you know, horrible, horrible day markets, ride skies. All I was wanna give you an example, you know, when it comes to four x and futures mentioned that the Dow was down well over six hundred points, the NASDAQ on well, over two hundred sixty points, the SNP over seventy points down down down, and just to give you an example. I love when the markets are down. I mean you can make two to three times faster in a down market, then an upmarket because typically markets dropped two to three times faster than they rise. And. Just give you an example. You know, if you were trading for ex, for instance trade up one standard lot just one little standard lot generated over five hundred dollars in income. That was trading. Just one pair. That was the euro CAD. I mean here it is, and these markets are all down. But what I really love, you know talking about futures for a moment. One contract in the ass. You know, that's the p five hundred generated markets down the S and P five hundred down seventy three points. Well, you know, at fifty dollars per point, that's over thirty six hundred dollars on one little contract, like one, share one contract. One that's it. And the thing I really love the return on the in in-kyu that's the NASDAQ you know, the NASDAQ the NASDAQ itself's down over two hundred sixty points. You know that's twenty five. Dollars per point Laker, you ready sixty five hundred dollars on just one contract. That's well over that's, that's approaching eleven thousand dollars on a day. We didn't before noon. Yeah, it's incredible. And listeners, for those unfamiliar with a futures market a leverage market, and it's leveraged twenty two one. So if for in order to purchase one, share one contract to the S and P five hundred futures you really only need to have about twenty five hundred dollars in that account. And how much does it up today? I'm one share. One contract. Yes. And p the SNP is well, thus far over thirty six hundred bucks. Wow. So you got in at the right time thirty six hundred. So, essentially, you I mean if you were bought one, share one contract, it would top twenty five hundred dollars in capital. You literally did over one hundred percent rate of return in a single day. And that's when the markets are crashing and horror. For most people because they don't know what to do in a down market. Right. I love teaching a class and someone raises their hand. Safeway. The markets are down three hundred four hundred point sets. It's bad day today that day for who maybe you feeling how to make money markets. But listeners what if you how exciting would it be how cool, would it be if you or that guy who knew how to make money in dour markets? You know, you make money markets, just like you make money in down markets. Now, a lot of people don't understand how this process works are a naturally. What Online Trading Academy really does a great job of doing is really teaching you how to take the emotion out of your buying and selling. And they've teach you a patented rules rules-based market timing strategy that realize you to take the emotion out of your buying and selling and listeners, you know, if you could follow set of rules like a checklist, I mean, they could probably teach you how to make money. All right. You don't need to be smart to be a good trader. You need to be teachable, and you'd be coach -able if you're open minded. And if you're willing to put some money at risk, not a lot of money baby steps, we start most students off on the same income plan. And you wanna learn how you can make money in down markets. I always markets up markets. Give us a call right now, I'm gonna give away twenty five passes for half day class on income trading there in a dive into the leverage markets and really show you how you get your little bit of capital work really hard for you in the financial markets. They're also going to talk about market timing, and.

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Plea deal offers to drop charges against Kraft

WBZ Afternoon News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Plea deal offers to drop charges against Kraft

"Prosecutors in Florida are offering a plea deal to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft along with the other men charged for paying for sex at a massage parlor, the Palm Beach state attorney confirming it is offered craft and twenty four others the standard diversion program offered the first time offenders, a spokesman says the accused would have to concede that they would be found guilty and perform one hundred hours of community service attend classes on the dangers of prostitution and pay five thousand. Dollars per account. Robert Kraft was charged with two counts last month. In return, the charges of misdemeanor, soliciting prostitution would be dropped. So far, though the state attorney's office says nobody's accepted their offer. Maintain Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey says he will donate campaign contributions. He received from Bob graph door an organization that works to end human trafficking. According to the globe, the Senator received thirty six hundred dollars donations from craft during Markey's first Senate campaign in two thousand thirteen in a statement Senator Markey called the allegations against craft very alarming and that sexual exploitation was reprehensible in any form

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Family anticipating a tax refund shocked to find they owe $5,000

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Family anticipating a tax refund shocked to find they owe $5,000

"A lot of Americans are expecting an unwelcome surprise from the IRS. They're learning their tax refund is not what they expected or maybe they have to pay according to the IRS. The average refund has dropped nearly nine percent this year. Anna Warner spoke to one woman that says tax Bill left her in tears, streaming of using your tax refund. This year to go on a trip, maybe pay off some debts better. Wait until you do the math. Some people are getting a shock. They owe thousands of dollars like the Colorado woman. We spoke to who said when she did her taxes this year, she was floored. The truth is we've always gotten a refund. So I like to sit down as early as possible because I want my money back door Bielski says last year her family of forest tax refund top thirty six hundred dollars. But this time around when she did their taxes. I plugged it all land and at first I thought, oh my goodness. We're getting eight thousand dollars back, and then I realized. It was the wrong color. So I went back in and I checked everything. And then I started to cry Owen just over eight grand was bad enough. But Bielski says it felt even worse because last year she went on the IRS website to make sure the government withheld enough taxes from she and her husband's paychecks. I have a PHD in neuroscience. My husband has an MD if we can't rely if we can't figure this out, and we can't rely on the IRS and their calculators to give us the right information. What are we supposed to do a lot of households live paycheck to paycheck and the refund is the single largest payment? They get all year. William gale is co director of the tax policy center. He says many Americans did get a tax cut. But unless they made the correct changes to their withholding the money may have wound up in their paychecks last year in smaller amounts, the IRS had to tell people what to withhold and it's a difficult. Problem for tax payers, of course. But it's even difficult for tax experts at the IRS the IRS says last year refunds averaged around twenty one hundred dollars, but this year, so far it's averaging around nineteen hundred dollars. Matt leases with the IRS is important to go and check your withholding update your W4. surprises here because it really is critical to get your tax situation, and there was holding mount to the proper amount. So you don't have a surprise again in two thousand nine hundred a very unwelcome surprise says Bielski, I believe in paying taxes, but you can't expect average Americans who have bills to pay and things they wanna do to save money that they don't know they're going to need most people haven't filed yet, and the IRS doesn't know how many others may be in the same boat. One word of advice, though, if you can't afford to pay what you owe in a lump sum do reach out to the IRS it does offer payment plans, and while painful that will be a lot better than the. Alternative facing some stiff penalties that would cost you even more money. That's Anna Warner reporting the twenty twenty four Olympic Games in Paris may have a new look to the mission of athletic competition. The local organizing committee in Paris is looking to add four new sports to the games in five years. They include skateboarding surfing and rock, climbing, those three pretty normal, fourth one might raise a few

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Starbucks pairs up with Uber to deliver to coffee drinkers

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00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Starbucks pairs up with Uber to deliver to coffee drinkers

"Dollars, it cut from the police budget this past summer, and if it doesn't the paper says the city will run out of money to pay police at their current staffing levels by March. A patriots fans are quite familiar with travel to the Super Bowl less than two weeks away. Now, many are already snapping up game tickets and booking hotels and airline tickets CBS's. Anne, Marie green tells us not surprisingly you'll have to pay a pretty penny to attend the game looking at fly to the Super Bowl in Atlanta. Get ready to spend some big bucks cavalier agents, say even on a budget expect to shell out about seven thousand dollars for everything that includes seven hundred dollars for air. Airfare hotel room outside of the city runs about twelve hundred dollars for three nights and fifteen hundred dollars for food and entertainment. Oh, yeah. And least expensive tickets for the game. Or they're going for about thirty six hundred dollars. Patriots. Of course, play the Rams on February third and predicting the winner of a game before played can sometimes be pretty tough predicting the score even tougher but a pastor at a church in he can main did just that couple of days before the patriots win over the chiefs on his churches, outdoor signboard the morning sentinel with the story about Reverend Mark Tanner who on Friday asked US Secretary to post the message God doesn't have a favorite team. But the pastor does and they put up the score to patriots thirty-seven chiefs thirty-one the pastor's not claiming any kind of divine intervention and is not really a score for the Super Bowl at least not yet. But he is predicting a patriots victory. Eight check in with John Metaxas at Bloomberg see how the business world is going and how Wall Street looks today. John. Hi, good morning. Ben will stocks are falling as trading resumes after. The three day weekend. Investors seemed to be focusing on concerns about trade with China. It's a reversal from Friday's three hundred thirty six point gain for the Dow right now, the Dow is down two hundred thirteen points. Nearly one percent the SNP and NASDAQ each down more than one percent housing numbers are just out existing home sales fell in December to just under five million. That was less than expected down six percent. From November down ten percent from a year earlier. But still there's a thought the US housing slowdown down maybe postponed fed rate hikes last year, led to concern that home prices might retreat from record highs. But now with the fed probably on hold for the next few months. The housing metrics are expected to improve. I'm John Metaxas. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up a one time worker at the White House moves to a another high profile house one New Year's resolution. You never hear is for someone to be pain-free in their joints. This dan. I never hear it because we feel our joint pain in

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"How are you? Hey, dave. I'm good. How are you deserve? What's up? Well, my husband, and I are worse. Sick and tired of being normal. Good actually, hosted an FPU class in our church this past may. And we started the budget and it put me in paralyzed mode because we review hind. And so we just didn't do it. And we've continued to live above our means and Christmas proved that we can't do it anymore. And then also pay was decreased. Several months ago back in September. And so we've started the everydollar budget. And we're behind about a month. What? On every Bill that we have just about for the month. So it's like a whole month of bills that were that are much behind them paying retrospectively. Gotcha. So we're about thirty six hundred dollars. What's your household income? Leslie, eighty thousand okay. Right. And you did the everydollar budget just like this week for January. Yes. And you didn't do one for December. You want to face it. Then correct. All right and. So how much do you own your cars? We have two cars one is about sixteen thousand and the other one is eighteen hundred which got about four more payments, and I'll be paid for. That's good news..

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"How are you? Hi, dave. I'm good. How are you deserve? What's up? Well, my husband, and I are more sick and tired of being normal. Good actually, hosted an FTE class in our church this past may. And we started the budget and it put me in paralyzed mode because we were behind, and so we just didn't do it. And we continue to live above our means and Christmas proved that we can't do it anymore. And then also my day was decreased several months ago back in September. And so we started the everydollar budget. We're behind about a month. What? On every Bill that we have just about for the month. So it's like a whole month of bills that were that are much behind them page retrospectively. Gotcha. So we're about thirty six hundred dollars. What's your household income? Leslie eighty thousand. Okay. Right. And you did the everydollar budget just like this week for January. Yes. And you didn't do one for December patient, then correct? All right and. So how much do you own your cars? We have two cars one is about sixteen thousand and the other one is eighteen hundred which stand out more payments and all be safe for. That's good news..

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Gotcha. So we're about thirty six hundred dollars. What's your household income? Eighty thousand okay. Right. And you did the everydollar budget just like this week for January. Yes. And you didn't do one for December patient, then correct? Okay. All right. And so how much do you own your cars? Cars one is about sixteen thousand and the other one is eighteen hundred which out more payments, and I'll be safe for. That's good news. Yeah. Six it's still Thondup still go. And so I'm keeping it. That's that's fine. And so what other debts? Do you have not counting your home? We don't have a mortgage for renting. So that's why are you behind on the rent? Yes. It's that that thirty days. So. So you you got to car payments, and you have much in credit card debt, fourteen thousand total how much student loan debt. Okay. What are the debt fourteen thousand medical about forty five hundred in some child support arrears friends previous marriage years ago, that's still sitting? But that hasn't been cash flow issue for a while. Right. You paid on it in a while. Okay. Say you're behind on your behind on the cars, you're behind on your behind the credit card. You're bound on your utilities, right? Okay. Your take home pay is water month. Combined. Now thirty nine. That's not right. Thirty nine hundred. Oh, I'm sorry about about forty.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So we're about thirty six hundred dollars. What's your household income? Roughly eight thousand okay. Right. And you did the everydollar budget just like this week for January. Yes. And you didn't do one for December want to face it. Then correct. All right and. So how much do you own? Your cars cars one is about sixteen thousand and the other one is eighteen hundred which got about four more payments and all be safe for. That's good news. Two thousand six it's still Honda still go. And so I'm keeping it. That's that's fine. And so what other debts? Do you have not counting your home? We don't have mortgage for renting. So that's why are you behind on the rent? Yes. It's that thirty days. So. So you you got to car payments, and you have much in credit card debt, fourteen thousand total. Learned that. Okay. What are the debt fourteen thousand in medical about forty five hundred in some challenge for arrears from previous marriage years ago that still sitting but that hasn't been a cash flow issue for a while? Right. On it in a while. Okay. Behind on your on the cars, you're behind on the rent your behind the credit cards. You're bound on your utilities, right? Okay. Your take home pay is what a month. Combined. Thirty nine. That's not right. Thirty nine hundred. Oh, I'm sorry about about forty seven..

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"But as I was telling you before we started Lewis. The I MAC hasn't been updated in over a year. So I'm not going to give apple full price for a MAC five K with technology from two thousand sixteen in it. That's ridiculous. And still does. What does he coming next year? I'm at pro. Yeah. Something to replace a MAC pro to don't they they committed to bring the my pro they these Pearl uses to apple spaceship to pick their brains and find a real pro machine becoming out like, you know, for the spring summit next year. Well, that's that's been the rumor. But who knows when that will actually come out? The I MAC pro hasn't been updated in Apple's apple history. They've been China stuff out real quick. So I'm sure the wanted to lie. Well, the I MAC has been delayed. The last time he was updated was June twenty seventeen casting. The point how much did you lose stale nothing? Absolutely nothing. I still the tomb when I bought it for that's shocking. Slightly. What did you wrong? This is a low information consume, right? They You know. know? He was a computer science major and a cyber-security student. No, the guy knew exactly what he was getting himself into showed them the receipt from the from the from. What was it? Why did he did? He know that he was paying basically what you you? You you told them that? And there's no way he could have replicated my deal. I I worked so many angles on that deal that I purchased a thirty six hundred dollars plus tax at the.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Do we do? We know that kind of stuff. I I wouldn't be qualified the talks about I don't think. I mean, it must have radiant barriers. I saw were installed after construction. Right. They would typically that would be the case, and they could be damaged. Personally, if if I had the choice, and this is just for my own home. I would do the phone. For a number of reasons, you could come back later and enclosed the space without removing the barrier that you paid for. And I know it does the phone would do a better job of just sealing the space as far as infiltration point of view. So so for Mike Mike, it sounds like you've got two options. No, radiant from your builder. No, radiant barrier or barrier. Uh-huh. And your question is do I go ahead and pay the dollars to have him put the radiant barrier in? And we would say to that probably a worthwhile investment during construction because you're gonna roll that into the cost of the mortgage. What it's going to do to your mortgage payment is kind of like a roll of quarters, you know, to your average Saudi Arabian oil Sheik. And and it's just go for it. My my my question. How big of an expense? Was that Mike thirty six hundred thirty six hundred dollars is what the cost is for the building. Now, we're frowning that sounds a little high. Yeah. That sounds like you may I would encourage you to get to talk to an HVAC person or someone that does that and just get some pricing and probably negotiate it the the builder. God bless him. Or her is just saying, hey, exactly what I just said, whatever you do thirty six hundred dollars is gonna get rolled into your mortgage. And so it's probably not going to harm you in the sense of. Wow. We just Jack your mortgage payment significantly, but the danger in that is because of the size of a mortgage that you can have some inappropriately high costs appear to be low relative to the payment. So it all that gibberish. I would just say thumbs up to radiant barrier, but pushback and challenge him on his cost because that sounds a little bit high. Okay. So there's no issue. No problem with having a radiant barrier installed. After the house's Bill. Thank you. Yes. And many do. And so and so if I'm following your line of thought, you may be saying, okay? I like the idea radiant barrier. I'm going to talk to some HVAC guys. And I'm going to discover for fifteen hundred dollars instead of thirty six hundred dollars. I can get it done after construction. Then that that might be a good decision on my mind goes to was that they're going to they're going to blow cellulose insulation across the entire addict of the house, correct? Yes. Let's see if you said, you know, what deduct that I don't want that. Maybe they could save you five hundred dollars. And then you said we'll give me a price to foam the attic in the attic. Let's say it was, you know, an additional fifteen hundred dollars. You just save yourself two thousand and got a better product. And and you won't have to come back later and remove that sailors installation that they just spread like wildfire all over the attic of the house. I didn't catch the first part of the conversation when you guys first came on. But just curious from what you just said is it possible? If if they put the cellulose insulation, and what if later on we looked at it? And we said, well, we're going to look at either radiant barrier or put the foam up like you suggested when they go in and remove the, cellulose, or what did they would? Okay. Usually there's they're gonna. I mean, if you're foam in the exterior structure, it's not super critical that they pulled that out. Right. It doesn't affect the ability of the spray foam to work. It's just the best practice. It is okay. Okay. You basically moving the envelope up to the roof deck. And you leave that, cellulose, you've kind of created an inhibited airflow inside of the envelope. I wish you luck with good, Mike, look shoot.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"You for buying a car is they don't care near as much as you want a house i i kid you not when barbara i bought our first home i think congress had a special meeting twenty one self employed yeah none of which to the bank like right so these people are a little bit older they're work for other people you know so it's it's a little bit helpful but that debt income ratio is gonna take one hundred and three thousand dollars a year combined annual income they're gonna divided by twelve so let's just call it eight thousand dollars a month right and the bank wants them to be less than forty percent really closer to thirty six percent right so you're looking somewhere around thirty six hundred dollars a month somewhere in there that that they have that they could go out and use for debt while they've already spent three twenty and three hundred on the car payments right i don't know what the minimum payment is on the on the loan or the minimum on the credit card but my guess is yes is long as they have the down payment they could afford to be able to go out and buy a home at the end of the lease but what they really ought to do in the in the meantime is they do everything they can over the course of this first year to eliminate one of those car payments possible because that is going to free up a lot of their debt income ratio and i understand the credit card debt may be higher than the car payment that i got that but what you're trying to do is to get that debt to income ratio in iraq so you have a better opportunity to be able to buy a house of course you need to have the down payment for the home to if you don't have somewhere depending on the financial institution between ten and twenty percent down.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Well they tried to do a lot of manipulation like try to hire a welder local well to hear from the pictures i sent them but when was the last time you heard from him right now let gatien against the wait a minute what did you sue them for that union right now with my attorney well hold on it's been it's been a year almost i need to know this did did they ever try to charge you or did you pay anything oh yeah i paid a fun i paid and cleared they how much before the thing was even how much how paid for how much thirty six hundred dollars a little over thirty right now right now you have an attorney why would you hire an attorney over thirty six hundred dollar deal why would you do that because there's so much loss of my income there's been you can't you're not gonna get loss of income from these people in my opinion i mean i'm not giving you what a judge might say but here's the way i look at it first of all you get to mitigate your losses and if you if you bought something that wasn't adequate or rented it then you either rent something else or you try to make that work but you you don't throw your hands in the air and just start and start saying they oh you lost income i mean did your attorney actually say that you had a case for lost income right now duane in my opinion he's a moron you tell me under what on what planet do you believe how you make the argument to me why do they lost income you tell me why just make the case or because they fictitiously advertised wind and waterproof and you found it was not win at watertight.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Ask yourself if i didn't own it would i buy it for that today and if the answer is no because i don't think it has a positive future then it's time to sell it regardless of what i have in it so the way you would pose it in this situation is if i if i didn't own this house for four hundred and twenty five thousand dollars and i had four hundred twenty five thousand dollars in the middle of the kitchen table and would i go by this house today will you're not excited about that local economy going up at a reasonable rate like other areas have done so you probably would not buy it again today for four hundred twenty five thousand would you right which means you do need to take that for it and sell it just take your losses okay if you're ready to move if you're ready to move are you are you ready to move i didn't i didn't ask that yeah we ready you don't like you don't like the house you're you want to be living in a different community you're leaving leaving and so forth well we love the house but unfortunately you know it's just one of those things where at fifty eight this year i'd like to be able to retire at sixty two and just don't see computer put thirty six hundred dollars a month away and a mortgage rather than that leads to the next question is do we go and rent somewhere or should be by i would definitely buy are just moved void down because your goal here is to get the mortgage paid off in four years what you just told me right yup.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Going up at a reasonable rate like other areas of done so you probably would not buy it again today for four hundred twenty five thousand would you right which means you do need to take that for it and sell it just take your losses okay if you're ready to move if you're ready to move are you are you ready to move i guess i didn't ask that we're ready you don't like the house you don't like the house you're you want to be living in a different community you're leave leaving and so forth well we love the house but unfortunately you know it's just one of those things where at unperturbed fifty eight this year i'd like to be able to retire at sixty two and just seeing continue to put thirty six hundred dollars a month away and mortgage and that leads to the next question is do we go and rent somewhere or should we buy all i would definitely buy just moved void down because your goal here is to get the mortgage paid off in four years what you just told me right yep and so you got a hundred thousand bucks or so an equity and we're gonna take that and plow it into the next property and whatever mortgage you take you're going to be really aggressive and you might have four thousand dollar payments but at least they're going to a five year plan or whatever it is to pay the house off very very very quickly because that meets with your goals being debt free and that's going to limit the property you buy the neighborhood you buy and so forth but that's hit your goals because you can't have both you can't you know live high on the hog and not pay the bill you got to pay the bill to live there so you just decide which of those ways you wanna go i'm with you that we get out of debt as we move into retirement.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"But you don't lime in a lot of people sort of dismiss it as well that's like pie in the sky right in no democratic party politicians have taken it up and so you might ask yourself it's like how much does this unrealistic policy cost right that will cut child poverty in half and make america's demographic sustainable the answers is expensive it's so expensive that it is almost though not entirely as expensive as the trump tax cuts but not as expensive as the trump tax cuts and also the trump tax cuts have a lot of budget gimmicks in them so like the real cost of the trump tax cuts is higher than the trump tax cuts and the cost of a stabilizing american demographics and be cutting child poverty in half is a little bit less than that so it seems to me that like it's like dumb take on this is what we should improve family policy smart take is like actually liberals like your ideas aren't big enough to address this problem but like galaxy brain is like no really like we prove family policy right that like if we took the long term existence of american society as seriously as we take the problem of corporations with like a tax cut so they can increase their dividends tell me more about this because i have not as familiar with this plan this plan actually meeting one it's basically a thirty six hundred dollars a year child benefit per child to every family in america so it's like the government rights big tech for having kid this is designed by the madison people as a antipoverty programme and so it it has a lot of antipoverty efficacy would mean basically that you know normal single parent with one or two kids and some earnings will get themselves out of the poverty threshold along with the other social supports in america and it's designed though to be universal in this case in order to make it not stigmatized in welfare right there like it would be like social security this is just what you get for being a parent but but stone calculates based on the experience of different european countries that like that is enough money to generate an extra.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Wow that was easy so simple oh i call some baton twenty twenty for the fed chair let's make this happen oh that sounds insane seriously like would you i would this surveys bullshit i would easily take thirty six hundred dollars to give up google maps yeah i could see that one yeah i could give up legal maps but giving up email and giving up google like i could not give google could you well what did people do before google because they just walked around not not like if you have a question with friends at dinner like what was the name of the actor in that movie what was what is the what was what year did this happen in the past people just go no clue you would you would go to encarta open up the a section do you know that encarta was owned by microsoft i did not know that something else you learned to all right that two things we learned all right all right so what do you think about the survey you think this is on the low end are you what do you want to do you want to just personally i think i think they're on the low end but i agree with you it it depends how many people they they surveyed the you're right this just goes back to why we're anti yeah yeah it's true i it's it's the point stands that there there's a lot of value in their whole point they're trying to figure out is maybe something like gdp is a flawed statistic because there's all these things out there for free that have a lot of value that you just can't put a number on that i grew with.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Security Now

"So they on their web on their website they say earn crypto currency while heating the heat of your qc one is generated by two graphics cards they have a pair of nitro radiant rx five eighty s with with eight gig of ram which is i said is able to solve a theory him at sixty megan hashes per second they they say two graphics cards imbedded in the device and mining crypto currencies or blockchain transactions while heating you create money you can watch in real time how crypto markets are trending on your mobile app and on your qc one led it's got a little strip of led's i guess says noiseless high end design the qc one crypto heater hard to even say with a straight face yes crypto heater is the only one in the market imagine that oh to be perfectly noiseless maybe there's some noisy ones it doesn't imbed any mobile part no fans no hard drives the system developed by corno is ip protected meaning intellectual property i'm sure so they came up with the idea and they're just going to sit on it well or maybe not depending on how hot it gets intuitive interface designed as a plug and mine device you just plug it in and hook it to your wifi and off it goes maybe defy defraying the cost of heating your home a little bit the problem is you know again it certainly certainly now where you're using saw a pair of strong gpa us you're going to be your efficiency make sense but again thirty six hundred devices for thirty six hundred dollars us for a space heater.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Georgia of bentley dory no yeah yeah and like mary this route student hasn't worked out they still goes no no effects that happens does she have ever used brooke really heffer bent with right down the middle net got repaired but yeah roll her car of this is like twice the value of my house that i'm driving around him i could wreck is yet for something that someone could his drive into a one points of the out thirty six hundred dollars that is about fifteen hundred dollars less than gavin would be as much sugar baby so that's where you're hitting five thousand if you will like fifty at highgrove route four hundred a month to be utterly what what caused by a lambeau yeah what what codes your lamborghini going to be if i had alarm guinea a p matt black oca yeah that's cool with yet i was like you at radical burial five you're if i were the first still a child maybe bright yellow starts you know i'm the now oh yeah you more cilette in third as you get older you taste and lamborghinis will she said whenever liberty i would go and buy you i'd just that i think it's a personality thing i would like my ultimate car that will never by is a rollsroyce that's like yeah because it's it's more like i i'm one of the more like comfort versus sporty like i like a infinity verses say a bmw you know i just like i like more like like no road noise great you sing in the.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The bottom line four eight middleclass family what kind of savings and taxes can they expect about four grand the white house came out last week said that the average american household would get about four thousand dollars in savings from these proposals kevin hassett chair of the white house council of economic advisors i had this to say about it he was explaining john kgb elena malikov said that a thirty six hundred dollars at we put out a study today the estimated the way to impact a whole host of the curve you'd studies go back terrific paid twenty four the study of you'll see that there's a whole bunch of things that are weighed or core thousand dollars but what think about why that's not a crazy number with let's get away from the ad hominem attack permanent so if you look at it real weight growth has been almost not bigger over the last eight years in fact points over the last eight years while profit growth was that's something you agree with what you look at where wages come from which has come from either higher human capital formation or higher physical capital formation and capital deepening in the us over a fiveyear average period dropped into a negative territory during the last four years of the obama administration for the first time in us history and so we're not getting wage growth because we don't have capital deepening we don't have capital deepening because we're chasing the capital overseas visits econ wanna one he mentioned our friend larry kudlow costs at the beginning of his comments we had larry on the show last summer in we'll surprising is he was very critical of trump at the time so it's a little surprising that he came out in defense of the white house's estimates but of course there's going to be plenty of critics about the math behind these proposals absolutely but i will say this you know don't get too hung up on all the noise surrounding the math as hassett pointed out the white house's laser focused right now on job creation to drum that we've been beating all year on.

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"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"thirty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The bottom line four eight middleclass family what kind of savings and taxes can they expect about four grand the white house came out last week said that the average american household would get about four thousand dollars in savings from these proposals kevin hassett chair of the white house council of economic advisors i had this to say about it he was explaining john kgb elena malikov said that a thirty six hundred dollars at we put out a study today the estimated the way to impact a whole host of the curve you'd studies go back terrific paid twenty four the study of you'll see that there's a whole bunch of things that are weighed or core thousand dollars but what think about why that's not a crazy number with let's get away from the ad hominem attack permanent so if you look at it real weight growth has been almost not bigger over the last eight years in fact points over the last eight years while profit growth was that's something you agree with what you look at where wages come from which has come from either higher human capital formation or higher physical capital formation and capital deepening in the us over a fiveyear average period dropped into a negative territory during the last four years of the obama administration for the first time in us history and so we're not getting wage growth because we don't have capital deepening we don't have capital deepening because we're chasing the capital overseas visits econ wanna one he mentioned our friend larry kudlow costs at the beginning of his comments we had larry on the show last summer in we'll surprising is he was very critical of trump at the time so it's a little surprising that he came out in defense of the white house's estimates but of course there's going to be plenty of critics about the math behind these proposals absolutely but i will say this you know don't get too hung up on all the noise surrounding the math as hassett pointed out the white house's laser focused right now on job creation to drum that we've been beating all year on the show.

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