35 Burst results for "Thousand Companies"

How Do We Properly Secure Remote Work

IT Visionaries

01:20 min | 7 months ago

How Do We Properly Secure Remote Work

"Anthony rowe hit. Why don't you introduce yourselves. Let our audience know who you are where you work for and you both see sows. But you're welcome to say which your titles again goal. Awesome all to jump in so many johnson managing partner del risks. We do market research Fortune one thousand companies cyber formula so at fannie mae g treasury engine working so the court bank large stuck world. How would it be here today. Awesome row hit a guys. Thanks for having me. Your becher actually share the stage with anthony. So i'm cranky disease. Oh for collective health. That's why manage our cyber security and privacy program a collective health as a company where benefits platform predator where we basically consolidate all health related services to our self funded employer health winds and in a sense that means we're in a heavily regulated industry with the hippo on bunch of other law center kind of dictating the business structure but also there's a heavy reliance on the partners and vendors that we work with from an ecosystem standpoint. Family was backstage since. Now you know still security. Mostly focused on the core security to begin with and now You know dabble my feet in two zero which is more comprehensive way looking security. I guess that's that's me

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Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle’s API copyright case

Cyber Security Headlines

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle’s API copyright case

"Supreme court rules in google's favor on java. Api case the us supreme court ruled six to two in favor of google in its copyright dispute with oracle over twelve thousand lines of code from the java. api used an android originally written by sun microsystems which oracle acquired in two thousand ten the decision perverse decision by the. Us court of appeals for the federal circuit oracle had asked for nine billion dollars in damages. In the majority opinion justice. Steven brier wrote the use of the code was protected under the copyright doctrine of fair use firmware malware on the rise according to microsoft's march twenty twenty one security signals report over eighty percent of enterprises were victims of at least one firmware attack. In the past two years the survey had respondents from one thousand companies from china germany japan the uk and the us reported the majority of security investments or going to security updates vulnerability scanning and advanced threat protection solutions. The report notes that nist national vulnerability database has seen a fivefold increase in firmware attacks. In the last four years the report found that only thirty percent of business invest in hardware based memory encryption forty six percent are investing in hardware based colonel protections while twenty one percent of decision makers said they were not able to monitor firmware at all. Ap ap's exploiting vulnerabilities in s ceasar and the fbi issued a joint advisory that over the past month threat actors have been seen. Exploding three vulnerabilities in fort annette's four two zero s currently the seems limited to scanning of devices on three reports for the s s. Vpn web portal flaw. But the advisory warns this could escalate to more sophisticated diaz or sequel injection attacks or serve to gain access to networks across multiple critical infrastructure sectors to gain access to keep networks as pre-positioning for follow on dead exfiltration or dead encryption attacks patches for the exploits are now available and the advisory recommends applying them immediately as well as disabling unused ports

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Billy Gene on Increasing Your Traffic

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:30 min | 11 months ago

Billy Gene on Increasing Your Traffic

"Jean maman. My i've got some stories i could tell about. You might come organically during our talk today. We'll see they're all good stories. Obviously they're all fun stories. But i wanna start because i love your story. I never get tired of hearing about it. But how you you. At one point. Fifty km debt. We're supposed to be honest. It's not super abnormal. I mean we have this. Massive college data. We get into credit card debt. We do stupid things all over the place but you went for fifty k. In debt running this wildly successful agency in downtown san diego. I've been to your office multiple times. I mean baller talked to us about how you made that transition on his the virus. Summarize it for everybody is number one just on the the mindset of asking for help period like no no one figured that out by themselves and so many times people think that's the case but tactically speaking because i'm tactics guy audience listening. They want the juice. It's got really good at its spending a dollar and tony into three period. I mean at the end of the day. Mike quote unquote secret weapon. It's just advertising. And you know who i got up from the most profitable companies in the world when you look at the balance sheet of All the fortune one thousand companies. The apple is the facebook the insurance companies the walmarts etc. What people don't realize that you see is not just the billions of dollars in sales. They spend billions of dollars in advertising. But when you go to small businesses the first thing you say is how customers. What did he say referrals. Every time. and it's just like the the most successful companies in the world legally have to tell you exactly how they're doing but we don't do it for a long time. it was. Low stuff was expensive right. Tv radio billboards. It just didn't make sense for a small business. But i mean honestly facebook youtube. It cost one to ten cents. You know to show somebody in advertisement one to ten cents e- you can show for five to fifteen bucks a thousand people your message. That was my big secret. So if i had something to so i would just literally make video ad with myself on an ask people to buy it and that's it i would just make more than spend so if i if i sold something. That was a thousand bucks. I'd probably spend two hundred bucks in advertising. And i just repeat the process over and over again so wildly. Simple like what we do. It's crazy but the difference is is. I was able to overcome the fear of losing money on ads. That's what stops people. they go. Well what if. I spend one hundred bucks on fire and it doesn't get a return then you try again. It doesn't make it not the path anymore. It just means you miss you get back up and you try it again until you find something that works and you keep repeating it now. You've had a lot of things that have worked over the years. You've had some things that happens but when you talk about that arbitrage of turning one dollar to three dollars you've obviously had a lot of those and there's a lot of examples you could give but you know. I just want one of your favorites like you know. This is almost too easy now. Of course all good things come to an end all arbitrage get tighter and close up over time of course but what was just one year like. This is almost too good to be true. I'm going to max out as long as i can. I mean there's been a fun one for everybody listened to because they probably won't think it's possible as take billboards for example. So i purchased billboards and a lot of people go why billboard like people don't spend money off of that and this is where people really have to get obsessed with it's about being created so quick story in san diego california. I bought four billboards. That cost me thirty. Six thousand bucks. And i ran a ma and that was for three and a half weeks. Just let that sink in thirty six grand for three weeks from frigging billboards that people drive by and so then people go like. How do you make money from him. Well what i did is. I made a call to action on it to go to a website and it was an automatic webinar. The same way that i would do facebook or instagram or youtube anyway and i was just like i wonder if anybody will obtain i wonder if anybody watch and they did and it made like ten thousand dollars back because what i was selling a thousand bucks so immediately people say okay. You lost money billy. Lost twenty. six thousand bucks maintains man. That's stupid. well. What i did is people for some reason. Give a lot of authority in position to billboards because they know they're expensive. And the companies that are doing. Billboards are the biggest companies in the world. Automatically think your official. I mean i still think of pete knows that guy will always be the real estate guy in san diego one hundred and so take that right. So what i did is i said okay. Well we're going to take. We rented a helicopter and we flew around. We went to helicopters and we flew around me and my cmo at the time and a helicopter. And my buddy paul filming from the other helicopter and we flew over all the billboards and we flew over all the billboards and we turn that into a facebook ad and then from that advertisement we brought in probably like a million bucks like throughout throughout using it over arbitrage being the. Yeah so it's just like how can you use. It wasn't just three weeks like you're able to use that footage forever the pictures of you in front of the billboard forever even today literally putting it up ironically today using that same clip of the helicopter and so people you got to start looking at your content as an asset the same way you do real estate people go. It's a real estate investment. And i can make money off of that again and again again. Same with your video. What's the difference. I'll tell you what the difference is videos. Cheaper video was easier to make. And you don't need to go through escrow so everybody if you're not using videos as is cash asset you're

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Interview With Mayank  Mehta

IT Visionaries

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Mayank Mehta

"Welcome everyone to another episode of it visionaries and today we have a special guest. The ceo of pulse qa. Mehta mayak. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me appreciate it all right so right out the gate. We always allow all of our guests. Tell our audience. What the product that you bill does. What is pulse. Qa the best way to describe pulses What google is to search. Pulse is to research people have gotten really used to being able to do a search and come up with fast accurate and free results and use that to sort of informed their decisions and research on the other hand is extremely hard. Where you've to set up an account become a master and how to do surveys figure out how to contact the right people especially on the bbc this is even more challenging and wait a few weeks if not months pay tens of thousands of dollars for as incentives and then come back with poor quality data. And if you just juxtaposed the search experience with the research experience just a massive gap to be had our mission at pulse is to close that gap so ideally make pulse to a point where research becomes is easy as search where you can pick up your phone hoste question to the right audience get back results in real time and use that to better inform your decision so tell. Our audience. Wind is materially different. From let's say relying on a forrester or gartner to produce a report data on if i have like b. two b. application questions. Yeah a great question so we got started As you mentioned in the b. two b. world and specifically within that with technology decision makers reason being no technology decision makers spend hundreds of billions of dollars on technology every year some cases a trillion plus have been also cited. And there's lots of research that goes into making these decisions. There are three things that are happening. that are changing the traditional world of research in the landscape and why we think pulse is a good fit within this chain landscape number one. Is it used to be forty companies. That ruled the world. And now they're forty thousand. Would hundreds more coming out every your with accelerator wycombe. Or another almost just chugging out and you know it used to be okay for a centralized authority to cover. All of this is now increasingly difficult to cover those forty thousand companies but the power of the crowd and the platform that his pulse can actually enable that because on pulse it's not analysts that you're learning from. It's actually your appears that have been verified and brought into the network so you when you ask question and when you want to know detail about something that actually goes out to the right people they come in and the answer you get data back in real time.

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Pro-Trump mob storms the US Capitol, touting 'Stop the Steal'

Wall Street Breakfast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Pro-Trump mob storms the US Capitol, touting 'Stop the Steal'

"In washington censoring social media. Content and corporate. America speaks out leading today's news. Congress has formerly confirmed the election of joe biden as the sixth president of the united states after rebuffing efforts by a small group of republicans to object to the acceptance of electoral college winds for biden in arizona and pennsylvania. The house and senate began the process of counting electoral college votes wednesday afternoon but the preceding was interrupted for about six hours by a mob that stormed the capitol building. The count resumed at about eight pm. But that was after a woman was shot and killed by capitol police while three other people died for medical emergencies. Day or historic day for american democracy. Maybe a bit of both while the mob delayed presidential certification and lead doorbell violence. It didn't stop the process or institutions and lawmakers. Were able to reconvene later that night. Some other happenings. The second of two runoff elections in georgia was called in the democrats favor handing 'binding control of the senate and solidifying his economic policy platform. Both jon ossoff and rough high warnock lead their opponents by more than the point five percentage point threshold for a recount triggering. A blue wave to descend on washington. How did the market respond. Trading was largely unaffected by the chaos at the us capitol and ended the such mostly higher on expectations of more robust stimulus. Package tech fell back. The possibility of antitrust legislation though futures linked to the major averages all powered higher overnight. I think the reason the markets are flunks. Is it's not going to change. The transition of power said tom lee of fun strut global advisors the ten year treasury yield also broke above one percent for the first time since the pandemic began in late march sparking a rally in the banking sector in other news. The disarray seen in washington. Also shift online. As both twitter and facebook suspended president trump from posting on their sites it marked the social media industry strongest actions to date to rein in controversial content citing risks of violence and repeated and severe violations of their policies. Twitter which luck. Trump's account for twelve hours also warned that further violations of its rules could lead to a permanent suspension. What happened the platforms have been labeling election related tweets by trump since november which made declarations of victory and claim. There was a plot to steal votes. The final straw appeared to be a video circulated by trump in which he described those who showed up for the rally as very special called the election. Fraud hewlett and said. He understands how the protesters feel. It was a landslide election and everyone knows it. Especially the other side he added. But you have to go home now. We have to have peace. We have to have law and order thought bubble. Censorship concerns over violence were raised during a recent. Us senate commerce committee. Hearing when twitter's dorsey was asked how supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei of iran was allowed to glorify bloodshed in many of his tweets without eighty tc downs his response we did not find those violate our terms of service because we considered them which is part of speech of world leaders in concert with other countries speech against our own people or countries on citizens we believe is different and can cause more immediate harm outlook. Some appointed parlor is a free speech focused alternative to the giants of silicone valley. The service leaves virtually all bought a ration- decisions up to individuals collects almost no data about users and doesn't use content recommendation algorithms it shows users all the posts from everyone they follow in reverse chronological order. However many that have immigrated to the platform have continued posting on twitter. Raising the questions of whether parlor will eventually fizzle complement or replace larger platforms with much bigger audiences business leaders and trade groups including the us chamber of commerce business. Roundtable and national farmers union are calling for the peaceful transfer following the turmoil seen the us capital. Since the start of the week we've already heard warnings. Prominent company leaders have cautioned about challenging election results and undermining economic stability motivated in part by the desire to get members of congress back to focusing on repairing economy. that's been shredded by the pandemic. They're saying the insurrection that followed the president's remarks today is appalling and an affront to the democratic values we hold dear as americans there must be a peaceful transition of power said blackstone. Ceo steven schwartzman. One of mr trump's most loyal allies on wall street. This is not who we are as a people or a country added j. morgan ceo jamie diamond. While apple's tim cook said it marked a sad and shameful chapter and called for those responsible to be held to account the head of the national association of manufacturers a group representing fourteen thousand companies in the us even called on vice president mike pence to seriously consider invoking the twenty fifth amendment to remove trump from office response. Even though i totally disagree with the outcome of the election and the facts bear me out. Nevertheless there will be an orderly transition on january twentieth. I've always said we will continue our fight to ensure that only illegal votes were counted. President trump tweeted through the account. A could be no white house director of social media while this represents the end of the greatest first term in presidential. It's only the beginning of our fight to make america great again

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2020s MedTech Innovation Winner with Paul Grand of MedTech Innovator

Outcomes Rocket

05:51 min | 1 year ago

2020s MedTech Innovation Winner with Paul Grand of MedTech Innovator

"Hey welcome back. Outcomes rocket listeners and viewers glad you have tune in again today. I have the privilege of having to guests one. He's a repeat offender here on the podcast. A good friend of mine paul grand. He's the founder and ceo medic innovator. They're the premier nonprofit accelerator in the metric industry that really seeks to improve the lives of patients by advancing companies poised to transform the healthcare system and also on the podcast. We have annalisa samarra. She's the c o rayo's who will actually the winner of midtech challenge and we're gonna dive into how that happened. And what that means but misnomer brings over twenty years experience working with startups in different capacities including biomedical research. Venture capital technology transfer operations and more in. Her interest is leaning startups. It really stems from ortho. Cell technologies a medical device company. She co founded in two thousand five obviously is passionate about making healthcare. Better hydrocephalus is what she's tackling with radios and you'll learn a little bit more about what they're doing at that company through annalisa so i wanna just start off by thanking both of you for being with us today. Thank you for having a saw It's great to be back on the outcomes rocket and it gets some time with you as always so. Let's check guys. It was a long run. We were together in february. In fact paul annalisa like we were in the same room. We recorded some interviews. It was fun. The energy was high and here. We are in october. And you know it's eight months later. The contest is over. Why don't you give us a summary of what happened paul. And some highlights and then we could lead into annalisa and and some of her insights sure yet. Thanks saw i mean. It's hard to believe that was eight months ago in some ways it seems like two months ago in some ways it seems like three years ago all the events the pandemic and everything. It's been happening since then. We are fortunate to be there in chicago or in person right before things got bad with covid and we had to go fully virtual on rested at road tour. So yeah what's happened to between we went through the process of evaluating over a thousand companies meeting with a couple of hundred person. We then move onto an incredibly fruitful. But you know challenging in many ways program where we do what we do every year arena. We find all this incredible companies. We partner them up with some of the leading strategic and providers and other people in our industry as mentors and advisors and we run this program that we typically do. We've been doing now for six years as a virtual accelerator but we depend on a lot of big in person events as well so that one february is one of the last ones that we got to do this year in person and we had to do everything else virtually but when incredibly well we selected fifty companies in our main program who were part of the primary toward and then we had another twelve companies on top of that that were just part of pediatric. Track for fifteen companies total that were part of the pediatric program and we had another twenty companies in asia pacific so Running a lot of stuff A lot of programs. And it's literally nonstop. Since i you in bed worry. Having taken a break there's the notifications has been no arrest. I haven't been reorganized and finally get vacation though. I mean it's over right or well. No i Was the first weekend actually kind of rest. A little bit still running that asia-pacific program that runs for another month until it's finals and we saw value competition coming up value word during midtech strategist conference in november. So we had a lot more to do still an. We're opening up applications for mid second beater. But i guess the last thing. I'll say when and we can dig into some more details that we've managed to pull it all off we slough some radical companies. Who just blew us away this year. Not only as they always do with their technology in their teams more passion and the way in which they're coming things being able to do that during a pandemic was kind of clean boggling. At how well these dumpings are executing you know no one is like hanging up their shingle and saying well and to go Go to start a farm or something. During the pandemic everybody is just executing and finding creative ways to do that and some have been accelerated as a result. So it's been tremendous were thrilled. I wish i could say it was time for vacation but i'll get one eventually. That's awesome man. I mean to work through the pandemic and in february i mean none of this pandemic was even in sight. I mean at least for me. I was like we were running. We were having a great time over there. Shaking hands and hugging. It wasn't until right. It was only a couple of weeks later that it's right like looking getting a little wider. What we're staying here and starting to look at each other going to keep doing this stuff you know in person. I remember the very beginning of march. We had another event at ucla and And people were that event. We're gonna look around going like. Is this totally separate. One of our partners didn't come to that event because they said that their corporate headquarters at stop travel and we thought that was really strange. Where like you can't fly from san jose to l. a. This is crazy by a week later. Like i was doing so the big one was when hams cancelled. Yeah oh wow. That was the real.

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The unbalanced stock market, why you should take a long term approach

Clark Howard Show

05:48 min | 1 year ago

The unbalanced stock market, why you should take a long term approach

"People. Get really excited about what's going on with. Their stock market holdings when things are doing well, and then they freak out suddenly when a market reversal and I wanted to talk about. What is normally a very volatile month September? Has Traditionally been a month that has been unsettling for stock investors but the reality is there are special things you need to be mindful of with what's going on on Wall Street and has been going on all year as I shared with you a couple of weeks ago. A huge percent of publicly traded companies have had a bad year with their stocks that the gains have been very heavily concentrated. In, just a small number generally of technology oriented companies. It was an item just few days ago about apple that Apple's value having reached over two trillion dollars in market value. That apple's market values greater than the entire two thousand companies that make up the Russell two thousand index. So think about that one company. Having more value than another two thousand publicly traded companies all added together. and. So you have apple and Amazon and facebook and with Gul's name now alphabet. And Tesla these companies alone accounting for a crazy amount of star stock market value. And The value of these companies. Is. Extraordinarily high versus their profits and these are companies that have performed very well. Because of. Oh and I'm sorry Tesla's not on the list, the five or Apple Amazon Microsoft Bet and facebook even though. Tesla's much in the news today with the declining share price. But those companies. have. A huge valuation right now versus their profits because they have performed well over the last many years. But now the values have been bid up to the point that each of them are priced for absolute complete total perfection and life is not perfect and then you strip away. The small number of technology stocks that have had a massive run up. The rest of a stock market that generally is very weak. So. I if you're stockholdings or digital. And you have put a huge amount of money at risk. In a tiny number of technology stocks know that you've got to be able to handle the downs as well as the ups. These companies are rock solid companies that may be overvalued right now but you gotta think about what your time window is if your time window short for a stock. And you're in a technology stock that's value is really run up. There's danger in U continuing to hold that stock. If you're playing long ball, you're in the long game, then not as much risk but look what can happen. So quickly, Tesla down something like fifteen percent. In trading today and it's because of a couple of things involving Tesla's specifically but technology stocks again, that have runway up in value. Are, much, riskier in the short term. and. You have to plan for that and be prepared for that. But you know, I'm such a believer in diversifying holdings. And, that's why. I don't play the individual stock game. I know that for a lot of people with Robin Hood in particular. Younger. Investors. Are. Bored by the whole index game that they wanNA play the individual stocks and stock market and even getting involved in things like options and this is. A potential way to make money and a short window it's also potentially a place that you can lose money. It's more speculative than traditional investing in know that the. Quote Unquote. Stock Market the overall. Stock Market is due for. A potential correction. And potentially a bear market, but when that will happen. Who knows that's why the core and the key for you is you don't WanNa, borrow money known as buying stocks on margin. At a time where things are very heavily over-valued potentially. and. Second. You've got to know that owning stocks is a longer term thing. Not Short term I know there are people that are doing rapid trading buying and selling with great frequency if that's something you enjoy. Go for it. It's just not my way of thinking or my way of doing things.

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Work Management App Asana Files for IPO as Productivity Tools Soar

Business Wars Daily

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Work Management App Asana Files for IPO as Productivity Tools Soar

"If ever. There was a word that became a cliche overnight. It's the word unprecedented for a second allow me to stop bullying. Swamp when it comes to work life we're in unprecedented times there we have it. Millions of us are still working from home making managing projects and teams more challenging than ever before we can't just pop in Dave's cubicle and say, Hey, you finish that code yet. Even. Before the pandemic productivity in project management tools were on the rise because nineteen is caused some tools particularly those intended for teams to skyrocket. Soaring sales prompted at least one such business san-francisco-based Asana to file for an initial public offering. Asana is a work collaboration APP in a world filled with productivity tools designed to help overwork professionals hold chaos at bay. It was founded in two thousand eight by Justin Moskovitz, the much lesser known multi-billionaire co founder of facebook while at Facebook Moskovitz, and his co founder Justin Rosenstein were struck by how much time people spent doing what they call work about work. That's the mind numbing minutiae of organizing how things get done keeping track of work communicating about it an answering email about who's doing what when Asana claims that knowledge workers spend a full sixty percent of their time performing work about work rather than actually getting things done. It's an Rosenstein started. Asana. With the intention to fix that nagging problem by the way Rosensteins name sounds familiar. He's known as the guy who invented facebook's like button. Today is used by more than a million people worldwide at more than seventy five thousand companies. High profile customers include a t and t google and NASA according to Forbes Asana has been focused on growth. It took in one hundred and forty million dollars in sales last year up ninety percent over two thousand, eighteen from this February through April revenue shot even higher in its most recent fundraiser. The company was valued at one and a half billion dollars and yet. Asana is still losing money last year it lost one hundred and twenty million dollars. Those losses continue to mount as Asana plows money into growing sales. Still a little thing like earnings isn't holding it back from the stock market last week. Asana. Filed Paperwork with the SEC for an IPO in the New York Stock Exchange according to Forbes Moskovitz who has pledged to give his wealth away is taking the company. Public in order to reward employees. Asana, named for the yoga term is famous for the Mindful Corporate Culture Moskovitz is said to have built. If the CEO seems unfazed by Losses Moskovitz is also not letting competition hold him back from going Public Asana faces rivals wherever it turns there's the three billion dollar start up Monday dot COM two, billion dollar company notion and smart sheet recently valued at almost six billion dollars. Last week while the introverted Moskovitz was fending off interview requests about the IPO smart sheet was making news of its own the Bellevue Washington company made a one hundred, fifty, five, million dollar deal to acquire brand folder a Denver start up that manages digital assets in other words content like photos, videos, and graphics because a big part of producing content his guess what about work tackling content management is a way for smart sheet to grow. It's already large footprint. SMART sheets deal signals. What could be ahead for any work collaboration company that is they won't be satisfied with only helping US plan our way out of a paper bag like smart sheets, they could begin to acquire businesses that also store move and find all that content that no matter how hard some of his tribe gets lost anyway. As the culture continues to shift at lightning speed and we all continue to figure out how best to be productive from home. Our ways of working are almost certain to evolve work management. APPS. Like Asana will surely evolve within amidst all this uncertainty. One thing is certain. There will be a lot of money made by companies helping us all figure out how to get things done.

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BlackLine and LOOMIA

Zero to IPO

04:43 min | 1 year ago

BlackLine and LOOMIA

"You, for the kind introduction and I was so excited to speak with theresa and Fatty Day, because evolve have big. Businesses and I find that sells is something that can be really hard to hire for and really hard to learn. A lot of my background is on the product side so. We can make prototypes. We can get things out there. We can handle inbound, but when it comes to having a really strong smell strategy including hiring a sales voice. Something! That's been been tricky over time, so I wanted to have this conversation to get as much advice as possible about how you went about finding your sales hires what you looked for any challenges you had along the way. I love it awesome. This is my favorite kind of conversation so many ideas Matt. Let me ask you a question, so maybe can you describe it in like a minute so that we can maybe give you also some specific advice in your case, so how many? How many customers you have today, what is the enterprise sales cycle? Look like how long did it take? What's the average customer take? Do you have any sales reps like? Can you paint a little bit of the picture? Because maybe then we could actually give you some specific like actionable things out of this. So our team is very small and we're four people and we just brought on. To people went to help kind of conscious and sales. I'm in another person to help execute in sales, but there's not somebody who's full. We wanted to kind of test and see. What we liked to get a handle of this situation, we have about six customers or so are we generally sell to large businesses, and especially, because the product that we make is very hardware focused. It was really around the beginning of last year we were able to get to market in a meaningful way when we were able to have samples were like this. Versus like imagine what you could get. Rich is a really different process to last year. We say on a few fortune one thousand companies. This year we're hoping to bring out a few more, but as he mentioned as. Her and I do most of the sales calls, and at some point for these really high attached cells processes. It really doesn't scalp very well, so I think that in the past we felt a little burnt by certain sales hires, and so we're trying to think okay. How do we re strategize everything about this differently? In order to be able to hire better, and because I think for the company to grab, we definitely have to have to have someone. Well. Let's turn to our expert Therese, Tucker. What's your advice to Mattie? Mattie I like you don't come from a sales background. And I definitely made plenty of mistakes in the early days and I have to tell you that the first really capable sales leader that I hired made the difference between the company succeeding and failing okay, but before I found him I definitely went through a number of. Different attempts at trying to find the right people, and it's difficult, because people that are in sales can talk a good game right just about all of them, and that may or may not translate in terms of. Performance now with that you have to think about the kind of sales culture that you want I did not want a sales culture like some of the other software companies that I've worked at you know there are certain software companies that have reputations for people, basically just brawlers. They grabbed the prospect, and they throw them on the ground and stomp on them until they get a deal I've had a few of those okay again. That's not something that necessarily comes through in an interview, because everybody's on their best behavior in an interview, so you're GONNA WANNA. Look for proven success. You're going to want to look for culture alignment in terms of the culture that you're setting for your company. For your early sales. People I would suggest that you do options. A really good salesperson can work anywhere I mean they really, can't they? They've got all the options in the world right I mean in. Actual you know they can go anywhere. And so why would they come to a small company that may or may not succeed in a new market. So, what is the carrot to get somebody WHO's really good? And, typically that would be stock options that gives them tremendous upside.

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"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Thousand companies who have agreed to review new ideas in confidence if a company shows interest in manufacturing your invention we can negotiate on your behalf we have helped over ten thousand clients receive that we offer three D. modeling and animation prototyping services and we use state of the art technology to present client ideas two additional companies join people just like you who made the call to invent help you have nothing to lose calls for free information at one eight hundred three five three seventy five zero one that's one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one again one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one do you have an old car sitting in your driveway how would you like to learn a hassle free way to get rid of it help kids in need and get a great tax donation in the process it's real easy one simple free call to our car donation hotline is all it takes call the new shama foundation at eight hundred seven two one six seven two three eight hundred seven two one six seven two three we'll come pick your car up for free I give you a tax donation for the full value of the car running or not the value of your unwanted Kerr will go to help kids in need it's fast and easy just call us at your car will be gone and on its way to helping children in forty eight hours and you get a nice tax deduction call the new shama foundation now to get rid of your car help kids and get a tax write off call eight hundred seven two one six seven two three eight hundred seven two one six seven two three eight hundred seven two one six seven two three that's eight hundred seven two one sixty seven twenty three rockstars.

Best Practices For Managing Remote Teams | Hassan Osman

The LEADx Show

06:56 min | 1 year ago

Best Practices For Managing Remote Teams | Hassan Osman

"Welcome to managing remote scenes. My Name's John Osmond and today we're GONNA be talking about six best practices for success. So here's what I'm going to be covering today. I'll start with a little bit of a bio background about myself will then cover some virtual team statistics and then we'll talk about the number one reason. Why virtual teams fail and then we'll cover six best practices that can that you can Use and help In terms of helping you manage your your team all right so. Let me start with a quick speaker by our backgrounds. My name is Hassan Osman. I'm currently a PM. Oh detector at CISCO SYSTEMS PMO's stands for Program Management Office. And I lead a team of senior program managers who are all remotes on delivering complex. It programs. I do have to mention that views are my own. Not THOSE OF CISCO'S I don't represent Cisco's business in anyway. I'm also the author of a few books about remote work including influencing virtual teams and don't reply all and I've been fortunate that Their number one Amazon best-sellers also an instructor on About courses regarding remote work delivered online Parts of the Youth Emmy for Business Instructor Pool which is selection of courses delivered for Fortune. One thousand companies and. I teach everything from had to manage your remote team To how to have better. Virtual meetings The liquid ven diagram. I have shared here Shows the circles that intersect virtual teams project management and productivity and. I usually kind of show that when I wanNA give a little bit of information about my background And areas of interest so with the project management circle. I've been in project management for most of my career work at E. Y. Analysing why projects fail and

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"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Thousand companies who have agreed to review new ideas in confidence if a company shows interest in manufacturing your invention we can negotiate on your behalf we have helped over ten thousand clients receive patents we offer three D. modeling and animation prototyping services and we use state of the art technology to present client ideas two additional companies join people just like you who made the call to invent help you have nothing to lose calls for free information at one eight hundred three five three seventy five zero one that's one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one again one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one we've always had bad guys take down all of them put together you are the most horrible just because your child doesn't mean we can't be because we have today we are here because we've had enough we all have the power to to change and to kind every single one of us even even we are one person is not to get you we will was a stand up to cancer dot org to learn more if you are over the age of fifty and considering buying an annuity in the next sixty days I have some important news for you don't get into it he into you understand the pros and cons of annuities all three books to help you maximize your retirement income from television host at three time author Josh Melbourne has been released this book reveals a little known truths about annuities strategies in simple to understand terms grab a pen right now because we are about to.

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Thousand companies who have agreed to review new ideas in confidence if a company shows interest in manufacturing your invention we can negotiate on your behalf we have helped over ten thousand clients receive patents we offer three D. modeling and animation prototyping services and we use state of the art technology to present client ideas two additional companies join people just like you who made the call to invent health you have nothing to lose calls for free information at one eight hundred three five three seventy five zero one that's one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one again one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one it's Heidi summers health and wellness expert with your local health update I get so many emails and calls about C. B. D. the incredible oil from the hemp plant that's being used to provide relief to millions for joint discomfort inflammation and nagging injuries it's the most talked about alternative health breakthrough in years the CBD product I always recommend comes from CVD labs the gold standard of CBD CBD labs oil goes to work fast to relieve your discomfort and deliver the results one thought nearly impossible without a prescription this powerful oil is not marijuana and contains no THC the ingredient that gets you high yes CBD labs oil has also been used to help thousands get a great night's sleep don't be fooled by all the imitators call now and find out how to get a free bottle while supplies last get your free bottle of CBD labs CBD oil call eight hundred six eight zero ninety one eighty four eight hundred six eight zero ninety one eighty four get your free bottle for a limited time call now eight hundred six eight zero ninety one eighty four eight hundred six eight zero nine one eight four yes rockstars.

"thousand companies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Two thousand companies and one hundred thirty industry capital return story for the U. S. banks telcos naturally are moving into content distribution I think it's a good move hello Alex stealing polls we delivered over the next hour we're gonna dig inside the big business stories impacting Wall Street and the global markets it's every week we provide in depth research and data on some of the two thousand companies and one hundred thirty industries are analysts cover worldwide and today we're gonna look at the likely impact of the spreading corona virus and a whole bunch industries like online retailers and companies like Amazon also has a cloud platform take a look at the supply chain and the impact on tech and entertainment and the fall in the insurance industry from event cancellation but first the slowdown is causing a huge impact in a big squeeze in the corporate credit marketing for some insight want to bring in Herbert analyst with Bloomberg intelligence nope can you just paint the picture for us sort of how bad it is in the corporate credit market and where are the biggest stressors without oversimplifying I think it's historically bad I've been P. dislocation that we've been seeing things spread across both investment grade high yield the unprecedented sort of been magnitude in terms of percentage terms and also sort of approaching that in nominal terms as well we're pretty much new issuance of high yield having been shut down since late February and new insurance we invest a great side being very episodic anytime we get a green day in the marketplace you know you can a bunch of issues other sort of rushing out the cars whatever they can wherever they can get it done so it is very no repetition of fire very distressed but even more extreme than that in terms of where the stress of the sort of most secure I think everybody should have well aware of what's happening in the energy space that very pronounced and you also have sort of like more the consumer facing sectors where you didn't obviously the big dislocations on the equity side as well whether it's your cruise lines are your chain park crucially the gaming casino sector so anything that sort of depended upon getting people out of their house to come and stay with them and spend money someplace else you know hard to boil a little bit of everybody yes so now it's kind of where I wanted to go you've been in the credit markets covering the markets for a long time and I have a lot of experience are you seeing you know selling here throwing out the baby with the bathwater here people just looking to raise capital to get out of the market as opposed to maybe just picking off the weak credits no weaker sectors you know it's an interesting question because I think a lot of what we're seeing L. as even the cash credit markets to distinguish from the review states are what we're actually seeing a lot of the ETF space which you know obviously you go back over time yet people like Howard marks and Carl Icahn info probably sort of speculating that the ETF market might exacerbate the trend because you get that liquidity mismatch I think they're really being used more as the price discovery tool right now they were getting the real action is more there because the cash market is basically built class right so I think ball your way down there's not a whole lot of discovery going on people are selling what they can which is a sure sign of straps in the marketplace so I think it sort of hard to say precisely I suspect that you had to purchase coverage across the credit markets right now would definitely be lower so but I I think it's you know I started maybe yeah she weeks ago I was thinking okay we're looking a little bit like twenty eighteen which I remember when we had that big sort of sits fourth quarter free there's a lot of concern with the energy space at cetera in basically nobody was issuing in November December of that year but this is turning into much more of a study in two thousand eight but more like a two thousand one where we had sort of a number of things going on in the market place coming out of the dot com boom and bust also preceding adventure is not allowed and you're also dealing with the recession at that point Barclays basically less he had some of the dynamics are seeing now which is new people starting dinner buffet or company starting with their first lead capture credit lines pull down the revolvers to ensure liquidity so you know not a lot of good precedent for what we've got going on right now so what kind of default rates now are we pricing and clearly I'm I'm thing that just the junk bond market like what kind of thought rates everything well it depends on who you ask but there's a lot of sort of dispute about methodology in terms of how do you want a price for that I think participant has very specific view then there's sort of a generic let me look at the spread relative to the market place take the view you're looking at it okay looking distressed surely speaking now over half of the energy space not surprising is trading at the stress levels really kind of an interesting market place right now because that's the space where there is no better than the orders of magnitude in terms of the fear that you're cooking certain spaces so no just real question here one of things we've heard about the liquidity issues at the investment banks the desk just aren't there like they were during the last crisis or certainly before the last crisis next contributing or exacerbating kind of a wild swings we see here are you saying that in the corporate credit market yeah you're definitely see I mean you're seeing that in all credit markets right I mean it's even true you know truck tire Jersey our rates strategists will tell you the same thing is happening in terms of market up from treasury side even more pronounced you know again on the corporate side which means if I'm trying to sell more than a normal piece of bonds if I want to sell you the two million dollars of investment grade bond here I'm gonna have trouble finding that it's probably going to cost me some you know that so it's probably going to move lower for somebody that just even that amount for you know quality name so there is definitely exacerbations of what's going on here give them a lack of depth that we have in terms of trading desk capacity to absorb some of the supply normalized the price action because if every seller comes then you could go to find a buyer that that's a different kind of process I think so much really appreciated our Bloomberg intelligence credit group no he worked coming up on the program Amazon is front and center for many consumers who don't want to risk going out to shop but the coronavirus is also causing some angst for the company you're listening to Bloomberg intelligence on Bloomberg radio providing in depth research and data on two thousand companies and a hundred thirty industries you can access to over intelligence there be I go on.

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Meet Alice: All the Resources Women and Minority Entrepreneurs Need

The Small Business Radio Show

05:58 min | 2 years ago

Meet Alice: All the Resources Women and Minority Entrepreneurs Need

"Getting funding and resources as a women or minority. Entrepreneurs has always been difficult. My next guest aims to change all of that. Elizabeth Gore serves as CO founder and president of Alice which helps businesses launching grow through a network of more than one hundred thousand companies in all fifty states and across the globe. Alice is building the largest community of business owners in the country while tracking data entrance to increase owner success rate previously Elizabeth served as entrepreneurs resonant Adele Technologies Elizabeth. Welcome back to the show thank you. I'm so happy to be with you. And Wow because so many shows twelve years twelve years. People always send me. How do you have any great sponsors for your show? I said well I got to do the first five years with nobody listening and they go. No no I just want to the other part. So it's so great to have you back talk about your new venture. You're always doing such wonderful things to help entrepreneurs man well I have. We have to write the backbone of America Hell else dot com. We are so proud to serve what we call the new majority of business owners collectively women. People of Color are. Us veteran entrepreneurs visibilities. Were so proud that these are the folks who are growing businesses the fastest. And as you know more than anyone we have five hundred sixty thousand businesses launching per month right on America and our goal is to make sure that every business owner has access to capital networks and the resources they need of Alice so was with. Why is it so much more difficult for women and Minorities to get? These kinds of resources isn't just equal for everybody. Well the issue is You know we. We are now whether you're a woman or a person of color Starting businesses at such a high percentage and I think systems and networks are catching up. Frankly and you know if you look at sources of capital for example in venture. It's really an three geographies. I mean certainly in other places. But if you're not in San Francisco New York Seattle and other places it's hard to access dot and traditionally women Are Starting to build companies all over the country. or you talk about our. Us veterans they're coming back to mostly the mid West Texas alone. We've got two thousand coming on per week. So if capital not concentrating those areas we have to make sure that systems get to them and then second is is access to networks. You know Women in particular we tend to keep our RJ job or corporate job a lot longer. We generally are also have child care elder care on her plate there the way that we work at times that we work That the ability to network or or go out to happy hours or saying all. These things are are just different so We have to create systems that are more applicable to the way individuals work for now in the future. But I tell you the great news. Is that when these individuals duke it equal access to capital they tended to match or outperform their white counterparts. So this story yeah. It's it's interesting to me because you know women and minorities really start as you said. Businesses much more frequently than than people that are not part of that group and I believe they also work harder because they know this is really their chance absolutely. I mean If you WANNA see someone who works their butts off I mean had into any small business and all small business owners are working really hard but I will say that the whether it's unconscious bias or some of the hurdles. I've mentioned it does require sometimes twice the effort. I mean even in our company Were a Latino woman owned company and We closed a series a financing this year and it was just incredibly difficult and we We learned that you know. Only two percent of women are getting venture. If you'RE LATINO ITS POINT. Oh One and so you know but but I do. I am optimistic. All the way And I do believe that they're great organizations coming out our enterprise fund coming out focus on demographics their business services and that's our job to find all those and make sure that we're putting them right there on your desktop every morning to find those opportunities. So let's talk about your series A. Round because you did something very interesting that you include a first of its kind me to clause that holds investors accountable for discriminatory behavior. Talk about what that is and why it was so important to do that. Absolutely so we As we're raising our a we were pretty shocked by some of the behaviors I've investors score members whether you look at me two incidents financial mismanagement Race Orientation Issues And we were surprise Legally if an individual had that kind of behavior they still have control of a company and To us for me that that's an always go out things from a profitability Lens If you have someone who is chairman of the board and they ended up doing some kind of sexual assault financial mistreatments or whatever that is obviously that it's going to lower your profitability GonNa Affect. Your brand is going to affect trust. It's going to affect employee morale so to me. Actually the data

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"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Thousand companies who have agreed to review new ideas in confidence if a company shows interest in manufacturing your invention we can negotiate on your behalf we have helped over ten thousand clients receive patents we offer three D. modeling and animation prototyping services and we use state of the art technology to present client ideas two additional companies join people just like you who made the call to invent health you have nothing to lose calls for free information at one eight hundred three five three seventy five zero one that's one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one again one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one attention hard working Americans pay too much in taxes I would you like to get an extra five thousand dollars back from your prior year's tax return family tax will take your file tax returns for the last three years and analyze we are experts in finding hidden credits and deductions and other tax companies miss even if you've already filed it's never too late we guarantee that the IRS will send you back at least five thousand dollars for our services are free if you get a paycheck from your job you make at least thirty thousand dollars a year call right now and learn how you can get an extra five thousand dollars back from the IRS from your past three years of tax returns make this guaranteed free call now eight hundred two five two two one three five eight hundred two five two two one three five eight hundred two five two two one three five eight hundred two five twenty one thirty five good morning welcome back to finance your shoes on it's great to be here six three six three eleven six three six three eleven ten.

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Thousand companies who have agreed to review new ideas in confidence if a company shows interest in manufacturing your invention we can negotiate on your behalf we have helped over ten thousand clients receive patents we offer three D. modeling and animation prototyping services and we use state of the art technology to present client ideas two additional companies join people just like you who made the call to invent health you have nothing to lose calls for free information at one eight hundred three five three seventy five zero one that's one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one again one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one America was founded upon solid principles which built the world's strongest economy but our position as world leader is now at risk our nation's social and economic fabric is very badly torn solutions demand a very clear vision and twenty twenty Swiss America says it's time to take off the rose colored glasses to see the red flags all around us and there's thirty eighth anniversary newsletter clearly explains why America at the crossroads covers topics such as surviving an upside down economy why did it destroys the dollar in China's plan to rule the world get your free copy now it's easy to protect your savings from a year of wild cards now by calling Swiss America to get your free copy of America at the crossroads do it now before the next crisis twenty twenty strikes eight hundred five one six three four zero five eight hundred five one six three four zero five that's eight hundred five one six thirty four oh five rockstars we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs a large black investors business rockstars our guests joining us right now is Lindsey nami I she is the co founder of jive PR plus digital in the it's a pleasure.

"thousand companies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Two thousand companies and a hundred thirty industries you can access lubricants halogens there be I go on the terminal and I'm Paul Sweeney it's thirty nine minutes past the hour this complete at quicken loans are seventeen thousand team members know that home is so much more than a house that's because our clients tell us all the time Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and we want to help you save money on your mortgage with some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates are historically low you may be able to reduce your rate and save money on your monthly mortgage payment right now pay off some credit card debt or put some money towards that new bathroom or kitchen you've always wanted the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point two three percent that's right three point nine nine percent while we can't predict what will happen in the future we do know that rates have dropped and now is the time to save money on your mortgage call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com to learn how refinancing now may be the right mortgage solution for you that's eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of exchange a two percent discount rate call for conservation and efficiency will have him under listens office it's an analyst over thirty thirty it's a good time to be a doer and it's a good time to join the home depot now hiring no home improvement experience no problem they'll train you apply at home depot dot com slash careers or text jobs to five two two seven zero message and data rates apply the home depot is an equal opportunity employer.

The 7 Best Marketing Conferences 2020

Marketing School

03:47 min | 2 years ago

The 7 Best Marketing Conferences 2020

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about the seven best marketing conferences to go to in twenty twenty. I will start with the first one. I'm always looking at content marketing world. I think that's a great one because you have the best content marketers in the world talking about the Trans and the content marketing means not just konta marking. We're talking SEO as well. We're talking about how demand generation fills in with that too. We're talking about social media too so I think that's always a good one to take a look at number two traffic and conversion summit San Diego. Now they're trying to do events on the east coast as well in different states or countries. The reason I like traffic and conversion summit as you got marketed from all types of industries like INFO copywriting ECOMMERCE SAS and. They're sharing different tactics that they're using so most conferences out there. You'll see segments. Small businesses only or only enterprise fortune one thousand companies. But the reason I like. This is the variety of size of companies and the industries gives you a very broad range of new marketing tactic. style that you may have not heard about before. Yup That's plus one on that one. The last couple of years on three good so number three inbound inbound is put on by hub spot and actually become a really big congress. They actually have really good keynote speakers and just learning a lot about inbound marketing strategies in general so. I think the conferences. Maybe I might be wrong here. But over. Twenty thousand thirty thousand people or so. It's become really big. Neil yes a huge event number four so if you WANNA get into marketing or do while you may not have the to spend a ton of money paid ads. You may not have the time for. Seo So what other option do you have? I love performance based marketing specifically affiliate marketing. And you can check out affiliate world. Affiliate world has a ton of affiliate conferences throughout the world. Whether it's in Asia or Europe the. Us version is affiliate summit. And at this event. You'll not only need a lot of people that can grow your traffic also learn about Philly at tactics but the reason I liked the event is more so you can meet people who will promote your product or service for you and only charge you a fee. Every time they drive you lead or a sale all right so this is number five. I think so. Gartner Marketing Symposium. That's happening I think it's June and basically I mean Garner's while no research firm but the talk about insights top on new technologies strategy all that kind of stuff all marketing cool stuff and I think it's in San Diego Neil number six marketing school. Eric and I are marketing school. We have an event. It's in San Francisco March eighth ninth and Tenth. Which is actually very soon. You can learn more about marketing school dot. Io Slash live and we have really unique speakers and education that you can't get anywhere else. For example we have like the guy who grew facebook twitter Gora Talking about growth strategies that most of us have never heard of we have people talking about pricing. And how you can optimize the price of your pocket or service or SAAS APP and generate extra fifteen percent per year in revenue. So we have very specific speakers that a healthy solves problems in your business that you can see immediate growth. Plus we have an event also New York that's July thirteenth fifteenth. And then another one. Beverly Hills that one's November ninth through the eleventh. But we're trying to keep the group purposely small so that's another thing around it. The last one I'll put in. Here is the adobe summit so adobe is really good at just kind of all things around design but have a whole kind of creative cloud as well. This has about twenty thousand. Attendees I believe and they do this one in Vegas so you can have some fun. There eat some good food as well

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"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Than nine thousand companies who have agreed to review new ideas in confidence if a company shows interest in manufacturing your invention we can negotiate on your behalf we have helped over ten thousand clients receive that we offer three D. modeling and animation prototyping services and we use state of the art technology to present client ideas two additional companies join people just like you who made the call to invent hell you have nothing to lose call us for free information at one eight hundred three five three seventy five zero one that's one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one again one eight hundred three five three seven five zero one mortgage rates have dropped twenty five percent the lowest mortgage rates in years so maybe you should drop everything and call zoom refi refinance your home now in slash your mortgage payments take cash out and say maybe hundreds of dollars every month zoom refi mortgage rates are super low zoom refi closing costs are super low and zoom we approve you right over the phone even for no income check loans big drop in mortgage rates big opportunity for you to save money called zoom re fight today eight eight eight seven two six eight one zero seven eight eight eight seven two six eight one zero seven save on mortgage payments save on closing costs called zoom refi eight eight eight seven two six eight one zero seven advertising or marketing entities to revise and revise that a bank a financial company calls and other enquiries maybe forty to third party lenders are solely responsible for reviewing approving and servicing a loan so many fires not affiliated with any state or federal agency does not provide mortgage advice or help no one come check loans are for investment properties only in income must be sufficient to service to rock stars.

Coronavirus could impact 5 million companies worldwide, new research shows

Marketplace

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus could impact 5 million companies worldwide, new research shows

"Cases of coronavirus continues to grow there's new research out today about the economic impact dun and Bradstreet estimates more than five million businesses around the world could be affected nearly half are based in Hong Kong and another nineteen percent in the US at least fifty one thousand companies have at least one direct supplier in the affected region of China we've got more about how public health workers get a handle on a global pandemic like cove ID nineteen could become it's all under a Lexus skill if you've got an echo device just say make me smart and take a

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"thousand companies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And data on two thousand companies one hundred thirty industries you can access number intelligence via the I go on the couple's twenty five this is vital and ours are akhet mortgage Superbowl squares sweepstakes we're giving away fifty thousand dollars every score changed now he even extra points the G. one grand prize winners will win a half billion dollars that could be used toward their dream home enter for free and rocket mortgage squares dot com rocket mortgage official mortgage sponsor of Super Bowl fifty full no process in a city as you were thirty places all fifty states and eleven thirty third ocean anyway a senior project engineer and not McDonald a global engineering consultancy with more than sixteen thousand employees he earned his PhD at New Jersey institute of technology and as an adjunct professor is helping and J. I. T. students explore emerging technologies my focus is renewable markets emerging technologies lady of floating cities what are we doing to develop that what will happen is in the water would have wave city have solar have him you know develop plans I gonna develop education farming that's sort of thought process happens at NJIT we actually planned out what with us we look like how we develop that's what ten years Russian ready take on those challenges when we have our first develop in the water and yet he also has been doing a lot of work in self healing materials for taking the Palmers and it did you would show that we have in our material sciences department put into things like concrete things like steel reinforcing our soil and J. I. T. New Jersey institute of technology learn more at NJ I. T. dot E. D. U. his chest really really good guy the term good day isn't enough to describe but he's also certified organic and free range which puts the cap back on everything the toothpaste a little boy he lets his ten year old nephew beat him that virtual tennis even though he came straight up sleigh yes when the toilet paper is running low which replaces the role of the actual holder not just on the back of the toilet texting and driving rich what are you doing I was just telling everyone how great you are texting and driving makes people look bad visit stop tax breaks dot org a public service announcement brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council with the Bloomberg small business report I'm John Tucker brought to you by dell small business if your small businesses selling online you know shoppers can't pick up or try things on all they have or.

"thousand companies" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One thousand companies in one year bigger question would you want to eat a thousand companies in one year that's a hell of a lot of companies he's trading about this is exploits at one K. Coney on the Twitter and joining me Anne Keating says I come hotline is Patrick cable a local guy who did just that this Sunday he consumed his one thousandth company not all at once of course but it it took you to the fat Patrick good morning how are you doing wonderful about yourself I am doing fine probably better than you I'm guessing I could beat you right now probably on blood cholesterol thank you how well for I I think the big thing is how young are you how old are you okay so that's a good age to do this kind of stuff because your metabolism is raging right now what we estimated that echo so colony about three hundred forty calories two point seven counties about nine hundred calories a day and provided okay two thousand K. so that eleven hundred cal is to work with their all right but that's that's an everyday thing so what may ask okay a thousand companies would you just pick a random number out and say I'm gonna try and do this or is this inspired by some of the there's an article posted by a city beat her up in Cleveland couple years to get our Cleveland thing I guess and on the article the guy said Bechtel thousand won the taste like the first one and that's kind of the number that we ran with he did four hundred we wanted to make it a little bit more let it was a big thing the four hundred skylines and us guys going chili Alec Tony dogs and you look at it you go all right well for hundreds it's like you are a little more than one a day how I could do that correct any any got there without more than double that too as well so it the other thing too is you said you you wanted to prove to the world you could die from meeting counties and clearly you're still alive Patrick so good very good god well up though here how did you fall in love with the with counties are grouped around Cleveland but one up there how much and it always been around since then he graduated from Xavier in the always love skyline so we had about once a week we actually told the grocery store in our area start caring it and then we'll buy it and they've had it ever since so it's in a love love relationship since the one you fell in love so he and then you want of committed to Xavier right and since that it's like okay I have it fresh and that's a whole different ball game right Daria anyway you have eaten before so you did a thousand the last year before that how big was the love normally I mean Tony's are like these are one of my favorite menu items there but they were easily what I would get by themselves I usually get like a four way and some companies so well why Hansen Tony sets the stuff of legend their it's my it's my order when you would order so you you said okay I mean except this challenge did anyone try to talk you out of it yeah mug back from earlier wasn't too happy about it and she they were happy about it but it is it happened it's always a woman in your life that you're gonna your odds of young guy but that's the way it is there the voice of reason and common sense go white water why do you need to do this and you couldn't and here's the thing I know why you did it Patrick and guys listening but everyone listening to us why would you do that I think you just can't it's not handle I can't explain why you would do that we would read it for fun then I think we had some fun with it so I've been a compost the goal I guess right at your cables on and Patrick is he tweeted at one K. Tony in this is a dude who just finished eating is one thousand skyline chili cheese Coney dog in all and while you be finished on Sunday so there's still a couple weeks left you couldn't really pushing you could have done twelve hundred slacker I was like twelve hundred and I'm not done yet well you stopped on Sunday it's now Tuesday have you had a craving for skyline I took Monday off I don't know today and after work coming up will go up after work we usually visit the Clinton skyline with Dutch apple staff members it's like the bangles exact ago yeah you get an off day today it's a very I think the recovery time means Richard you know they have salad there too right we if the other party on Sunday that that that's awesome all when did people start really getting I mean I know you between about this for a while but when they start to pick up where people are like oh my god he's going to he's going to do this or when did you catch the attention of like the skyline people people events following up that really honestly since day one there like social media people I don't know about the corporate or whatever but I did and I did a couple interviews around four hundred and then until probably about fifty to go I didn't really picked up picked up like a pitcher going for a no hitter you don't really want to talk to the guy let hundred it's like a great he said at the end of the bench with this chili cheese Coney and write and write so did they give yeah give me like a teacher gift card some Lipitor what are they sent their Simpson T. shirts throughout the year for specific dates that are like national chilly days I got second in increasing size and how much will it be visited the doctor at all last year yeah actually my dad's a doctor so I do see him yeah how did that go over to add the only to be told that I mean he loves Allen as well that's right if anything pops up probably go see doctor but I have honestly haven't had any health issues so yeah take your vitals did you do a blood panel during this at all is because I is it not that you're doing this for the super size me guy right member yeah yeah yeah to to to show how bad it was and stuff it's like you don't want to know that what what you don't know it's not gonna Kelly yeah yeah yes good so I had a man after awhile your body now starts to get used to a chilly and she's in your body adapts everything so digestive problems how to how to handle them I haven't really had any honestly had one bad day was because I drank a bunch of sparkling water that I thought was going to hydrate me and I just got myself really hundred but about is the least this guideline for my entire life as you do onions no onions hot sauce one from getting to go I usually do you know when your because I don't know exactly how long it might I'm they might sit in the car for a little bit time and none you sometimes can get a little weird yeah I totally feel that because it's like I like I love onions but if it you know there's good and there's a good onion smell the banyan smell I think I sit too long it's a bad smell yeah I'm getting there I usually get them on the edges can athe little bit extra thank you the oyster crackers with these the these two point seven chili dogs there what about your most the time all see him on the side that sometimes will trip Menconi action either way that an extra texture bomb it'll do the hot sauce for now yeah and I definitely will not certain add up the more calories because you know it's like a hundred for the for oyster crackers over thousand there and it's right here young guy you can work did you do do you do you exercise work out in the like that yet made my main form of exercise is the bowling league able at that still leaves on Monday but that's honestly that that in golf were about the two things I did this year yeah that that is Cleveland and Cincinnati attack because well what's yours yeah I bowl it wasn't really exercise but you know I did something you're bending will learn to anyway right how many I'm typically and it's like three Tony's data hot would you wouldn't go every day though right would you no I would usually anywhere from pan on in the day so there will be some days where I'd go once and other days were ago with three times you just kind of dependent on my appetite of the day in you know as you said that what the Clinton Clifton when you go to to add the clipping one it mainly because it was open later and I usually work like six to one in the north the guidelines Oakley can what those are the ones they need always get it to you could I mean technically you go to the store go Kroger get a dog in a bind in your own chili do it yourself but it would be this I mean I I had a couple of those throughout the journey but I mean the way you style and for most of the gentleman who is there like an accounting firm it's Pat to cable initial Pat tweeted at one K. Tony this is a dude who read of last year and said some Ohio man eight four hundred skyline chili Coney dogs here and somehow still alive and said you know what I'm gonna do a thousand and show you that it's it's not going to kill you and sure enough he did an accomplished the feat actually on Sunday with couple weeks to spare in the year so did it with plenty time not just under the wire but beat the record pretty well so thousand Coney skylines in so yeah when when you go when you do this stuff I'd imagine at some point there's a little notoriety for you there right Patrick when you walk into one of the stores make that people recognize you because you've been there so much there are yeah the I don't know if they start picking up on the journey because I was really like telling people about it because that's not really who I am he currently like there was one time I remember walking into the Clinton skyline in the manager just held up two fingers and I just found that they had forty seven is ready to get out the door he knows what yeah exactly so you sit there you can call it is at six it may be as probably could be awhile before you go appy arms have another county are you are you calling it out at this point you just because you said you had a salary of a four way whatever you sticking to a you know what the companies go for a while you're going to get back on a horse before the end of the year published thirteen back on the routine they have to go in there at least once a week so I would say I probably have ten more and your health is good if you put any weight on over the yeah just a little bit though honestly I'd is it could just that I don't which probably not from the county I work a lot okay at some times sure sure all right Hey this is a story you're going to tell probably I mean up until your funeral next year so yeah no no it's going to go Hey look good as I look at grandpa did he a one the county yeah yeah right yeah and and it's a good thing if if that Michael Bloomberg selected present I'll probably ban them so be careful Patrick cable thanks brother I mean I appreciate you come on the show I know you're busy guy you got a lot going on but at one K. counties is Twitter handle a and the goal of a thousand companies I try to eat about eighty a month and a guy well what was it like your high water mark I guess your high Coney mark in a month I think we did one oh eight very yeah so we can get it out of the way so you keep saying we is that your like your voice from work is that so like I I mainly did this by myself but the amount of people that eight counties because of this challenge does not just include myself in these like a thousand obviously but we probably gotta get into hundred three hundred down just because of the fact that we are going there so often okay so yes like you brought a crowd like I get it yeah.

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Brad Sugars on Business Re-Education

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

11:14 min | 2 years ago

Brad Sugars on Business Re-Education

"Rad sugars and his team continued to build business reeducation to new levels. Today we are going to put but the F. Word back into business. You know we're GONNA tease that alphabet. Welcome Brad so the nice guys on business podcast. Hey honey could to be with you today. Happy to have you here. Obviously it sounds sounds like you have in northern New Jersey accent. When did you move from? No it's funny where you're from Australia. It's amazing the places people like you from the South Yeah just a little further to the south though a little further south keep moving south. Keep moving so Brad I've had I've had a number of friends now. I haven't had the chance to see it personally. Although I watched a bunch of your youtube videos videos over the last couple of weeks since we've uh scheduled this interview and looked at the reviews and and the Synopsis Of the Book Although I am we'll talk about that a little bit but I've had had many many friends that have actually had the opportunity to see you in you know in action on stage and they all agree that you that you love. The stage in the stage loves you. When did that love Affair Fair begin exactly Dang you know I I got on stage? I remember many moons ago. I was as a young man in business and when you get successively young age people like well. Can you tell us what you did as if there's some magic pill that I did something different whatever other person that was successful didn't so I started teaching and and then I think it was ninety. Ninety four Robert Kiyosaki invited me to come and speak at is business school now he's super famous with the Rich Dad poor dad series but and I went to a and he said you come speak in Hawaii teach business at my business school that came over to Hawaiian on my hand. I get paid to travel around the world. Hold and speak to people this is cool. I'll do this forever. Yeah no hesitation yes. The love affair began as soon as I saw that I could get paid to do this and travel took took some great places my eventually. I was GONNA say that eventually I worked out hang on. This is really hard work. Because I remember there was a couple of years. I did more than two two hundred events a year and I thought this is really hard wood. I gotTA actually create a business instead of actually just running myself ragged right all for sure I agree with you you so for you to to be able to go and bus home for for two hundred dates. A year doesn't leave a lot of time for I believe you have a family also so it doesn't leave a lot of time for that. Does it no well in those days. I was young and single today with five kids. It's like I think podcasts are much better idea doug where do you where do you live. What part of the country Las Vegas biggest home? My wife is from Massachusetts. So we kinda found a city that was halfway between Australia and Massachusetts not really but at least it's fun enough for an Australian Lynn and so you actually live in Vegas now yeah we live in Las Vegas which people go really you live in Las Vegas. I always joke and say yeah we live at the MGM. Oh it's a it's a great place place to I mean in real estate investments good opportunity there and it's still reasonably priced. I mean it does get a little hot in the summer but but it really is a nice place to live if you if you don't don't live right on this trip I would believe you know very spoiled. In this city we do have the entire Strip right there but we also have a ski field forty five minutes up the road. They'll lake forty five minutes that way and some of the best desert hiking but you know it's it's a great city to live in an as you mentioned real estate wise yet. We did okay coming out of the away crash. We wrote the couple of as you might say nice well. I've had an opportunity to go in. There probably dozens of times over the last few years to to to rent Iran Harley so I love riding my bike up into what does it Mount Charleston. Is that where the the ski slopes are somewhere over in that area Lee Lee Canyon Mount Charleston and then you do the red rock loop ahead on on APP to blue diamond and stuff. There's a lot of great places to ride so fantastic city. Now is definitely a great city well I. If I can remember back my dad past unfortunately in the mid nineties he created this selling system and he always used to say you put me across from prospect in a stadium filled with fans and I will close them. Does the audience charge you up to do the same thing or do you use that as your educational tool what I know there's there's money from stage but it also does a lot for your for your inner work as well. Obviously we use the stage to introduce ourselves to a lot of people and I think that's sort of where I started in the beginning. I remember way way back back did a deal with the newspaper company and they literally put me in front of two hundred eighty eight thousand people over two years and it was to introduce used to people and yeah we sold but mostly I believe in education. I'm people they say also your motivational speaker and I personally hate that because if you motivated an idiot they just do stupid stupid things and so my goal is always been education first motivation second saw so so many people today unfortunately are one month away from broke and I think I'm being even generous by saying they might even be one one month away from broke. Some of them are one paycheck away from broke. Who who is your market though because it you tend to gravitate or the people tend to gravitate towards you at least the friends that I have that been have have been attracted you or the ones that have already the achieved a huge level of success in their life enter just trying to figure out? How did they get to that next level so they're looking to us? Maybe talk about that for just a moment or two yeah yeah look we the people we work with the mostly business owners or those who wanna go into business for themselves. You know a lot of a lot of corporate executives too because when you're when you're an executive at a very high level or an entrepreneur running your own business it's Valey. I you know I'll put it very bluntly. Business ownership and executive level work is some of the loneliest what there is and because there's no one you can turn to so having a coach is something that is really important because two things things one is that coach will introduce you to a community of other successful business owners who people want to hang out with and learn with and learn from but also the coach is someone you can actually talk to 'cause when when you're a high level business post when you're achieved success or you're doing good and you WanNa do great. Who Do you talk to you know and that's the challenge for a lot of these people? I've always found again. I'm going to go back to some things that my dad said and he always said hey if you wanna do something successfully find someone else at at this time successfully and just see if you can attach to them just at least from a mentor apprentice perspective and and he he was so right through the entire process and and I'm assuming coming that your coaches they're not just educated by you. There's people that have achieved some level of success in their life and the ones that you put into the coaching realm are are others that can teach teach what they have done now. Do they do it with your system and teaching their industry or do you tell me a little bit about the coaches that you coach Yeah Look so my coaching team week. I mean we do a lot of to recruit. Great coaches is always a challenge. That's that's the thing so you know we're always on the lookout for great coaches is because they had the sort of person that loves helping others but also has that ability to build long term relationships and also has the ability to actually actually coaching knowledge now when it comes to the system and hence suave written. What is it now seven votes? The systematic methodology with which we grow businesses is my what am I. The latest book is called the Business College and what are we coach tweet coach to round thirteen thousand companies and business owners before I even wrote at that book and that book gotTa be fifteen years old now and the reason I say that is because what we find is there is a systematic methodology policy within which you can succeed in business. It's like there's a recipe for it and if you build a business according to the recipe it will actually work if you build a business based on just your gut feel like baking a cake. You know it's it's not going to be perfect until you've got that skill set that you know how to do it so we're very clear on doing that. NECC- that's hence why wrote the latest one that pulling prophets because it was about businesses doing good that WanNa do great you know how do you get actual exponential growth and how do you do that. Live with grow so you know it's been an interesting one to say that because the hottest spot for me in the beginning Doug was definitely getting out of my head will what is that that I actually do. How is it that I actually achieved this level of success and that to me was always going to be the challenge so Nice Guy Community? We're GONNA make sure we put a link Linkin. The show notes that you have access to to Brad's book pulling profits out of a hat I love the name but it but it definitely ties conjures up a feeling of it seems to be I'm just GONNA put some profits out of a hat. Obviously it's more complicated than that you talk about incremental growth versus exponential growth and maybe just spend a moment sharing the definitions of the two because I think so oh Manitoba's and all include me is part of a part of that US as well so many of us build our businesses on on incremental growth instead of the idea of the bigger their picture or even the larger picture is growing growth or building your business exponentially so maybe just share a little bit about what those two things me yes so let's let's even go back. Pre the incremental growth a lot of businesses do grow plateau will grow dip even they they do that sort of up and down or up and sideways type thing and that's really where they end up being the incremental growth is where you start talking in percentages and you know the average business is very happy to have ten twenty thirty percent growth way we challenge them with this book and we challenge them what they're thinking of. Why Gopher percentages why not go for multiplies so if you're saying okay I'M GONNA get fifteen percent growth next year and I asked you the question what would feed fifteen times growth and the average person looks at you have no idea what it would take to get fifteen times gross? You say great so now that I've asked the question someone once said to me that the answer the answer doesn't matter if you ask the right questions because you know by asking people the question of what it would take to get twenty daytime growth thirty times growth all of a sudden you're asking the right question. It's like the bag of the Tanzanian says. Do you have a dime. Those you know you have twenty bucks you. You know it's it's that simple difference in Austin the question so exponential for us is looking at the multiply growth so it took two years to put this book together to study got clients that are actually doing that and look at what's the distinct difference between Bandmann those who were not doing that level of growth. Can I'd love to go. Can we take a little bit deeper. Deeper dive into that. 'cause I really WanNa know what those what those disciplines are. That people are working towards in in finding exponential growth from from increment in incremental growth perfect. Yeah look so when we sat down and you use the right way disciplines what we found is as five core disciplines and the reason we use the word discipline discipline is because let's say you get it right today. That doesn't mean it'll be right tomorrow. you know you've got to actually be disciplined and stay on top. It's like so the five core disciplines number one not in any particular order strategy business development people execution and mission those five Kohl's away we find the result so if we take just business development which sales marketing and customer service side of the

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"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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Biz Talk Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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Biz Talk Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"thousand companies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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Slack Chooses Rare Strategy for IPO

Business Wars Daily

04:24 min | 3 years ago

Slack Chooses Rare Strategy for IPO

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes. They make it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or male. You can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. From wonder I'm David Brown. And this is business daily on this Tuesday, April night, no doubt, you've heard of slack the app that helps you communicate with your co workers. There's even a good chance that you're one of the ten million people who used it with the tool now almost everywhere it should come. As no surprise that the Silicon Valley company plans to go public this summer. What may surprise? You though is how slack plans to do it on the new York Stock Exchange using a rare method called a direct listing. Okay. Now for a very compressed lesson on how does work and what's different about this one typically companies going public higher big investment banks to underwrite their offerings. That means the banks purchase shares of the company stock ahead of opening day at a particular price. And then sell those shares at the time of the IPO. This does important things for most companies it sets an opening price for the stock and raise capital. Also in a typical IPO existing investors like employees are blocked from trading. Any shares for some time off in about three months. That's not what happens in a direct listing in a direct listing. There is no underwriter investors. Simply purchase stock from the exchange once the companies declared public so while the company stands to save a ton of money in these paid bankers the outcome of the offering is less certain the public sets the value for good or ill companies that go the direct route are taking a chance which is why it's so uncommon but more and more tech companies with high valuations are going direct slack follow Spotify, which went public on the new York Stock Exchange last year and since slack is currently valued at more than seven billion dollars and has almost a billion dollars of cash in the Bank. The company's pretty confident that investors will pay a good price. And that draws us back to slack itself. It's obviously doing well. While most customers use slacks free service, eighty five thousand companies are now paying for its premium products slack seems to be riding on top of the world. But the company has challengers one of the biggest is Microsoft which released its teams apple about two years ago in direct competition with slack. According to the motley fool, Microsoft, says half a million organizations are using it including more than ninety percent of fortune one hundred companies that's enough to put slack on a little shakier ground, or at least to spur both companies to keep building new features and lure users away from each other. The motley fool stresses though that once you're on a communication platform with your colleagues. Switching the whole group is no fun. So stealing market share from your competitors is hard, which might just be what slack is counting on. From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey, if you're on slack or teams, send a note to your channel and tell them to subscribe to business daily white. I'm Jay, thanks. I'm David Brown. We'll see you tomorrow. This episode of business was daily is brought to you by sin pro online from Pitney Bowes simple online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or male, plus you can print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with San pro software. You can compare rates between shipping carriers and gain access to special USPS savings. You can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash BW daily.

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Trainual - The Modern Training Manual For Growing Businesses

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

08:06 min | 3 years ago

Trainual - The Modern Training Manual For Growing Businesses

"With hope spa a few days ago on this podcast. It's really opened my eyes up to the value of simply sharing startup story because I have received a few emails about the hopes episode and also a recent podcast. We'd Clayton mask who shed historian at the moment that he was close to throwing in the towel. But kept on going on the general theme of the kind of emails being getting all thanks for sharing. Now, you have no idea. Just how much are needed to hear that story. A thing that is because we're so used to hearing success stories all the end result and end up almost measuring ourselves against the end result. Of course, the real value is in the doing the learning that grind the success takes a little time. So today, I invited Kris Ronzio onto the show who is the founder of your and also organized chaos, and he has injured an. Spiratou star took story that should inspire you too. I mean spoiler alert. But my favorite part is how he wants decided how he decided to leave behind. These consulting business is a big brave decision and focused fully on trainer. And he took it to a one million dollar in revenue and ten employees in just a year. But in for me and revealing way too many spoilers is about to get out of there quick before reveal anything else. So enough for me buckle up and hold on tight. So I can be Muir is all the way to Phoenix Arizona. So we can speak with Chris Ronzio who will share his story. And also the great work that he's doing with train you. Massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell a lie about who you are? And what you do. Absolutely. Thanks so much for having me. So my name's Chris Ronzio. And the company is train you all which as the name would suggest is an online training manual. So what we do is help companies explain all of the how To's of their business to their employees. So that everyone does things the same way as they're growing you monkey shop slow simple. It's it's sounds simple. But there's a lot going on behind the scenes unhappy to impact with you it before we do impact that we would have people listening various stages of their own startup journey, and so will be building side hustle as we speak. But I wanna take you back until I'm if I can to way I made that giant leap to leave behind your console in business and focused fully on training. I mean, can you still remember the nerves what was going through your mind when you made that leap I do? They were terrible. So we were fortunate that train you'll came out of the consulting business, and we had been working hands on with small businesses that were growing quickly and needed a place to document their processes, so we built train you'll initially for us for the consulting firm. So that we'd have some intellectual property of our own and as more companies began to use it and more people were referred to it. We had a a market testing phase that just just naturally occur. Erred through the consulting business. I think we were fortunate there, but I had gotten to the point where I had the confidence in the product. And I knew that that was really the thing that could scale. So the decision was difficult because the consulting business was by by outside standards. Very successful. We had a nice little team over a million dollars in business. It had grown to, you know, a real company a respectable company. But I I knew that what we were doing was just trading our time for our services. And so the epitome that I had was that we had this specialization in business operations and in creating standard operating procedures. And instead of doing it for every company and then paying us for our time. We could flip that expertise into marketing content and empower other companies to do it for themselves. And then just use train you'll as the vehicle and the revenue producing asset of the company. So it was a big shift. But one we committed to wholeheartedly and they do. Say, of course, all the best things in life on the other side fair, which you broke through that barrier. But can you tell me more about how you after making that late? You took it to a one million in revenue and ten employees in only twelve months. I mean that's a phenomenal achievement. Thank you. So when we first launched it the first month, we had twenty seven companies on the product and all of those companies had come through our consulting work. So it was very much an internal product so taking that into a business with now over a thousand companies in seventy plus countries around the world was definitely a feet. And it was you know, we have marketing to thank for that. And and and podcast like yours. I appreciate the opportunity to share the story it, you know, for us. It was a an iterative approach. We started off. I in our small circle here in Scottsdale. Arizona we had a launch event which we invited everyone. We knew to we got a little bit of press coverage. We took here's in videos, and we use that. It to tell our story online. So the next thing we did was a product hunt launch in February of two thousand eighteen that helped get some early adopters and some influencers on board with the product. And we developed some good relationships there. We did a stretch of podcasts like this one just to share the story and the the methodology behind the product, and then we really dug in to the paid advertising. Once we understood the pain point of what businesses were going through and why they were purchasing our product. So we got heavily involved into digital ads. And then and then that's that's just kind of fueled the growth to this point. Now, I am conscious that we can alot about your journey with triennial, but some people listening we'll be completely new to what it is. Second of Justice that you're a brief overview of the of problems socio customers. And also, of course, what makes it unique from the solutions out there. Absolutely. So when we were doing the consulting. I looked at the companies we worked with it was over one hundred and fifty companies, and I saw that there were some companies that were scaling very quickly and others that couldn't grow so fast. So the difference. I realized was the companies that could scale at figured out how to consistently do something they weren't experimenting and inventing new products or services, but they had found their niche, and they were consistent about how they did it once they could do it if they could document it or just right down the steps in order that they could clearly communicate to someone else then they could delegate it. So that do it documented delegated became my mantra, and what we built into the products with train you'll so drain ya'll. If you're at a big company would be most closely related to a learning management software. It's a way to deliver your methodology, you're your systems and processes and make sure that you're tracking it as people go through it. But for most of our customers, they're in a place where they're documenting their business with Google, docs, or word, docs, or drop. Box folders, and you can only take that so far. So when documents can't train people. And when you don't know if you've got any accountability, you don't know if people have read the newest version, you don't know if everyone's doing things the same way, then you need some level of training and accountability. And that's where we fit in. So we fit right between the the documents online collaborative document systems and an enterprise learning management system and help small businesses to medium size business deliver deliver that training, the annot Yuka, a wealth of knowledge unexperienced with how to document that develop and scale business processes, but can you share some if those insults with everyone listening? Yeah. Of course. So when you think about documenting the processes in your business it can be daunting. And that's what we hear from a lot of companies is they're not sure where to start. So the first thing to recognize is that you're not creating your processes, you really just collecting them they exist. And so if you in power your team to just write down the steps of the actions that they're taking. Today, you'll before long have a playbook for your company, and that's really what we're doing with our product is just making it easier to capture and

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How this Entrepreneur Built a $1M Business in One Year

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

04:55 min | 3 years ago

How this Entrepreneur Built a $1M Business in One Year

"Kris Ronzio onto the show who is the founder of your and also organized chaos, and he has injured an. Spiratou star took story that should inspire you too. I mean spoiler alert. But my favorite part is how he wants decided how he decided to leave behind. These consulting business is a big brave decision and focused fully on trainer. And he took it to a one million dollar in revenue and ten employees in just a year. But in for me and revealing way too many spoilers is about to get out of there quick before reveal anything else. So enough for me buckle up and hold on tight. So I can be Muir is all the way to Phoenix Arizona. So we can speak with Chris Ronzio who will share his story. And also the great work that he's doing with train you. Massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell a lie about who you are? And what you do. Absolutely. Thanks so much for having me. So my name's Chris Ronzio. And the company is train you all which as the name would suggest is an online training manual. So what we do is help companies explain all of the how To's of their business to their employees. So that everyone does things the same way as they're growing you monkey shop slow simple. It's it's sounds simple. But there's a lot going on behind the scenes unhappy to impact with you it before we do impact that we would have people listening various stages of their own startup journey, and so will be building side hustle as we speak. But I wanna take you back until I'm if I can to way I made that giant leap to leave behind your console in business and focused fully on training. I mean, can you still remember the nerves what was going through your mind when you made that leap I do? They were terrible. So we were fortunate that train you'll came out of the consulting business, and we had been working hands on with small businesses that were growing quickly and needed a place to document their processes, so we built train you'll initially for us for the consulting firm. So that we'd have some intellectual property of our own and as more companies began to use it and more people were referred to it. We had a a market testing phase that just just naturally occur. Erred through the consulting business. I think we were fortunate there, but I had gotten to the point where I had the confidence in the product. And I knew that that was really the thing that could scale. So the decision was difficult because the consulting business was by by outside standards. Very successful. We had a nice little team over a million dollars in business. It had grown to, you know, a real company a respectable company. But I I knew that what we were doing was just trading our time for our services. And so the epitome that I had was that we had this specialization in business operations and in creating standard operating procedures. And instead of doing it for every company and then paying us for our time. We could flip that expertise into marketing content and empower other companies to do it for themselves. And then just use train you'll as the vehicle and the revenue producing asset of the company. So it was a big shift. But one we committed to wholeheartedly and they do. Say, of course, all the best things in life on the other side fair, which you broke through that barrier. But can you tell me more about how you after making that late? You took it to a one million in revenue and ten employees in only twelve months. I mean that's a phenomenal achievement. Thank you. So when we first launched it the first month, we had twenty seven companies on the product and all of those companies had come through our consulting work. So it was very much an internal product so taking that into a business with now over a thousand companies in seventy plus countries around the world was definitely a feet. And it was you know, we have marketing to thank for that. And and and podcast like yours. I appreciate the opportunity to share the story it, you know, for us. It was a an iterative approach. We started off. I in our small circle here in Scottsdale. Arizona we had a launch event which we invited everyone. We knew to we got a little bit of press coverage. We took here's in videos, and we use that. It to tell our story online. So the next thing we did was a product hunt launch in February of two thousand eighteen that helped get some early adopters and some influencers on board with the product. And we developed some good relationships there. We did a stretch of podcasts like this one just to share the story and the the methodology behind the product, and then we really dug in to the paid advertising. Once we understood the pain point of what businesses were going through and why they were purchasing our product. So we got heavily involved into digital ads. And then and then that's that's just kind of fueled the growth to this point. Now,

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Cultural Brilliance: The DNA of Organizational Excellence

The Frankie Boyer Show

04:41 min | 3 years ago

Cultural Brilliance: The DNA of Organizational Excellence

"Browley is joining us our first. Disney's catalyst her new book is out. It's called cultural brilliance, the DNA of organizational excellence, and you are the CEO of cultural brilliance, which is a cultural design and change management firm in over the past twenty years, you've consulted and trained and coached executives and teams that fortune one thousand companies small businesses, and you've been doing this for a very long time. And you have put it all out in the new book, cultural brilliance, the DNA of organizational excellence in Claudette, welcome to the program. Thanks, frankie. I'm really happy to be here. So you say don't underestimate the power of culture explained to us. What that statement means? I'd be happy to. So often in organizations whether we're talking about businesses or any other kind of organization. Leaders and employees alike will not really necessarily understand the impacts that culture is having on their day to day activities on the results that that the culture is driving in the business. And so what I think about culture as. Easy way to think about culture is to think about our families of origin in every family has its own culture. Just like every organization has its own culture. And when we're in that family culture, whether we you know, we we like it or not we typically understand how the family culture operate in the famous to an organization, so you're in this culture all day long, and it is absolutely driving. The results are getting. So you might as well focus on getting the results you want by creating a really great culture. What what's missing today though? Let's talk about. What's really missing because you're saying that in the twenty first century? Your company's success depends on your ability to adapt to change, but how can your organization? Meet these changes when they don't even know what they are. Absolutely. So that's that's part of what we get into is helping organizations understand how their own culture operates because once they do understand. And that's one of the missing pieces how their culture operates then they can make some really good choices and decisions. And often what's happening is you'll see an organization start to try to solve problems in their organization, and they'll be it'll be they'll be well-intentioned. They'll be very intelligence will be trying to do all the right things, but there'll be almost working against themselves because they have some cultural beliefs or behaviors that are that are counterproductive in the organization. So what you're saying is that in this book and your new book with cultural brilliance, you really and truly recognize the five warning signs that your culture needs to be fixed. So what are some of those warning signs that? Yes. So some of the warning signs so one is that people are punished for telling the truth. Some someone comes up to someone on the leadership team and says I'm having an experience I'd like to share some feedback with you, and they share their version of the truth, and they get punished for it in some way. So if that happens, you're definitely having an issue in your culture, you need to look at these people should be able to tell the truth without without retribution. I'm also if you are you have a culture that makes people leave that you see a steady line of people leaving your company, it's time to take a look at your culture. Also, if you tolerate bullying, bullying behavior, and by blowing behavior, I mean, this this respectful behavior. That's that's that repeats its recurring behavior that makes other people really uncomfortable or humiliates them or makes it hard for them to do their jobs, and you tolerate that behavior because the person's a rainmaker, they have the biggest accountable for whatever reason, you have issue in your culture around respect and dignity, and how we treat people. And then also one that I see quite often. And this is sometimes innocuous leaders aren't aware. They're doing it. Is it a leadership team or manager will say, okay, you're you want you'd like to do this project or you're sharing the idea? Can you collect some data and information for us, which is a a fine requests? There's nothing wrong with that. So then they get the data information and don't do anything with it. When that happens repeatedly, we know people get frustrated and just engaged.

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