6 Burst results for "Three Thousand Km"
"three thousand km" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored
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"three thousand km" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"three thousand km" Discussed on NakedChats
"And that's a lot of it's from that networking and also people recommending me Because because of networking yeah. That's amazing because I spoke about I guess marketing yourself and you'll be online and thanks. It's relationships a form of marketing. Really when you think about it exactly yeah absolutely. I also touched on in the first episode how to set and writes for work on social media. But I did want to chat a little bit more about this with you. Because I know that there'd be a a lot of dieticians and nutritious listening to these podcasts at the moment who perhaps have your accounts and a wanting to I guess how to get started and grow their accounts wants to a point where perhaps they can look at paid price or other paid work and I remember when I got started. People telling me that you needed had to have three thousand followers before you even think about charging for parts. It's kind of like this. I don't know where that number three thousand km role models just everyone was talking about three thousand followers. Do you agree with that or do you think there's other factors to take into consideration. I think there's definitely other factors to consider. Aw sorry either think I'd charge for a price until I had saved fifty thousand Louis But I don't think that's the case anymore. The more I think I think what's important particularly for Dietitians. Nutritionists is to realize that your charging seal knowledge and in your experience and your skills as well as your time. And you'll follow is you. y'All different to a lot of other influence as at in health space Dietitians and nutritionists the experts in food and have the knowledge to be able to communicate it With their followers messages that brands. WanNa get out this or I don't necessarily think a Numba we can put a number on it if if you only have a thousand fuller's for example and they're really engaged with your work. I think he can charge for that as well. I don't think he needs to necessarily buy based on a number I think that the knowledge and the skills way have is enough to charge. Yeah no I definitely agree with that and I also I think I guess the landscape online at the moment. He's really favorable in terms of macro influences. The Marine wants us to you. Just explain that terminology micro influences of people who have smaller accounts in small followings and then macro influences of the ones that have really lodge following your the one hundred two hundred thousand plus follows so there really is opportunity for those smaller accounts too so to stop experimenting with Peg wet which I think is really really cool. Yeah absolutely and I think it's good like just put some little so to feel is out there and you know try and say what you can get for for working working with a brand and the the West can happen is I come back inside nor or they say they want a different amount oil. You can chat about it. Sorry I reckon it's I was trying. Yeah absolutely and I guess that kind of leads me onto my next question. which is how do you nor when to charge and when not to charge for content? That's a tricky one sir. I think sometimes there are times way you can look at it as has an opportunity to either get future work with the brand owner to get your name out this. They've been a quasi a few times where I have done. What for a company or a brand who definitely has the money to pay me but I daren't charge for that because I know that it's get a result in a big collaboration? We Sam all a long-term hot and ship later on that it gets me really good. Exposure and exposure is something that is can be quite hard to get and if he can do a little bit of work for that exposure That can be really beneficial particularly in the online health space. A lot of media work for example Lack when you do articles we've different like magazines jeans or online publications. You might do those for free. But it's a great way to get your name out there. Definitely I think Once you I kind of seem to be doing what even if it's not paid it actually draws in companies. Because they see doing like doing a I do a pasta company. And then they'll contact you and say hey you know I've seen this What do you think about working with us? Sorry I think kind of doing a little bit of stuff for free in the right. Circumstance can be really beneficial because it all makes generates a bit of momentum definitely great yet. I'm I could just sort of add another question in here in terms of strategies for actually building a following Sir getting people to hit that blue button. What would would be your biggest hits for that? I think ensuring that you're putting content out there. That is helpful and useful to people all sir Showing that your real person online as well People lacked to follow a poisson. And I think think putting yourself on their while it can be quite scary We'll help with building that following and then also collaborating with other people he pool in your space or another spaces as well sorry I found that when I was initially going my account my Quite a bit on Kalay seines account and that really helped to grow following initially so getting on board with like other people fool and sharing their content and that they share yours at can be a great way to act work with other people and get Following his well they are awesome some tips because when I started my account I went about it all the wrong way. I was just focused on the people following my page and not. Actually I guess the content that I was sharing I was trying to use the hashtags and post at the right time of day. I felt like I was doing everything right but I was never sort sort of getting that momentum behind me and actually probably I slow tape to anyone. Starting in account you can actually get blocked from following people if you defoe and unfolded too much. I was actually given the advice. A way to increase your following get people following you with to follow their accounts and then once they're following on Florida. It's dumb now that I'm saying it out loud anyway. I did that got blocked from following anyone for nearly twelve month on instagram. All long time was such a long time. And you can't contact anyone at instagram to say. Hey I'm really sorry. I made a mistake. I think that guy do that. That was really problematic for me because by the time I got to at the end of that twelve months I actually had legitimate companies wanting to do work with me and I couldn't follow them back when I was. Yeah so don't do that. Everyone all right. So let's move on to the second segment of the Pug Khasan it's titled Peaks and Pits Out All about the challenges and highlights that you sort of face during your career so you can you tell us a little bit about. Someone's that sort of stand out to you in terms of challenges. When I started my instagram I was actually? I wanted to start one for a little while before I actually did end. I don't know why but I was scared. Ed I've actually starting because I didn't know if dieticians were allowed to do that because I just saw all these other health influences but I didn't didn't really see any Dietitians online on on social media and I was yeah. I was a bit worried about doing it. I didn't know if you know day I allowed that sort of thing so I was really Scared and I found that a really big challenge but at the same time I was getting so frustrated. By saying all these all the Info Tacoma's health influences on their promoting all this sort of basically rubbish and having no idea what we're talking about that I felt like it was almost like a Gucci that I needed to be on their putting some correct information out there and that's why it makes me serve happy to say nowadays are many Titians Shen nutritionists on social media because when now getting a voice and that it really does make a difference on online sir but yet recently that was a big challenge as well the Stott and during that first few years I did find it challenging putting myself online I I was a really really shocked keyed and growing up. I wanted nothing more than to be lack hidden away and no one to say me and to actually put my I face online and to talk online with SARS scary but again. I sort of felt that if I didn't do that I wiz not helping people as much as I could sir yet. It took a long time so made a work on Doing that and overcoming that Fiat and like that still definitely does come off especially like when I have to be big and talks and things But it's something that I've been working king on a lot of a lot. The cost of the time that I've been working on line and like I get to a stage now where I do enjoy it when I'm in the moment. But they still that initial fee. Casare if you're someone that's listening to these annual afraid of putting yourself out there a challenge just to do it and practice and you'll get better at it and become easier over time but yeah it's scary and that's okay. Sorry yes sir. Not that fun. I think another challenge which is sort of related to what we was speaking about before. Would Bay Tom Convincing companies that. You'll they need to. They need to pay you so there are a lot of companies. NPR companies that rate. Chattan say. Hey we're gonNA send you the free and you need to do all these things in return for us. And I feel that they're entitled to have all these worked on for all free in return selected Tudela Tae and Taina convince companies that number one you extra fray and you so you might not even want to promote their product. I think that's a challenge as well And you know there will be times you say that these rights and and you have to recharge the work that you do and they'll just ignore it or turn you down and say Norlin that's fine But it is a challenge. I'm just trying to convince some people in companies that they do need to pay you for your services. Yeah that's actually something that really affects asks me a little bit when companies come at you at that initial email saying we'd love your page we'd love to send you this product in return and we would like to post three stores Slovo do you. Did you ever find that you have companies in terms of providing you a break with what they're looking for and content almost tell you what to do you take away that creativity. I guess yes and if they do and I don't think that it's a a suitable way to go about it. I'll come back and say that because because I'm sorry my audience and what will and what works for them and ultimately they want to do well so the brand And and if I know that it's not going to be a good way to go about it then I'll tell them that and if they're adamant that that's the way that they want to do it and I don't want to work in that way. I work with them. Yeah gotta be very picky and selective way to you work with and how you work. We said when it's online definitely because you have a brand damage to uphold and you know like you said you do know your audience and you know what they're going to engage with exactly any terms of any highlights of you Had many pinch me moments throughout your career I kind of find the whole thing lack of pinch me my really. I really love what I do and I. I finding amazing that lack these different companies WanNa work with lack would eveque just in Cronulla lack. I just find that amazing. I've got into we slack a lot of Fruit and veggies companies. which are some people that might not sound excited but to me that is lack the most exciting thing if I lacked paying brand ambassadors for lack Australian magpies was just I I love that kind of thing it makes me so excited and I also just love lack the messages and things from follow as saying lack I tried a recipe and the sun? Now eight vegetables and Just like the little things slack. That the category. Yeah I I am making a difference because sometimes it's sort of hard to to say that but when you get those lack personal messages from followers and you know they say that you really making a difference in your in their lives. Yeah they kind of pinch me moments as well. Yeah and in terms of the show what is next year. Wow how I'm about to put up a baby.
"three thousand km" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"About it maybe a talked about it but unless you take the step and plan for your cemetery arrangements the sad truth is a loved one will have to do it for you in the future that's why should call my friends at singing hills Memorial Park today six one nine four four four three thousand make sure everything is just the way you want it to be for that time in the distant future singing hills Memorial Park not what you think of in a cemetery it's a beautiful park with rolling hills mountain streams and ground we made our arrangements there years ago and found the planning ahead provides peace of mind it also saves money nobody wants to talk about the D. word gas but it's there in the futures of planning ahead makes life today less stressful like when you buy an insurance policy out of sight out of mind so you can live life to the fullest everyday without worries call singing hills Memorial Park for a no obligation consultation and free tour today six one nine four four four three thousand six one nine four four four three thousand KM seven sixty KFMB CBS news of trouble at the airport again in Hong Kong democracy demonstrators have flooded the terminals for a second day in a row they brought departures to halt the BBC Steven McDonald is their bikes passengers certain passengers very angry as you can imagine but protesters think that's what they have to do in order to achieve their goals I don't think the thought is will tolerate this again we could see classes that some not Rupert Colville a spokesman for the U. N.'s High Commissioner for human rights Michelle Bachelet she calls in the thirties and the people of Hong Kong to engage in an open and inclusive dialogue aimed at resolving old issues please stay this is the only sure way to achieve long term political stability Hong Kong's leader Carrie lam says the protests of place the city on a path of no return Beijing's central government is comparing them to terrorism CBS news update I never Rodriguez now from the studios of music by local San Diego talk and breaking news this is a M. seven sixty of fire in Ramona I'm seven sixty validly that's one of the stories we're following out by the palm Avenue going to crash during his shoulder sponsored by Caltrans reminding you to be works on alert every day Caltrans family members risked their lives to make our roads safe please be alerted when you.
"three thousand km" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"But they need to be serious because the president in this country doesn't make the laws. He executes the laws. Congress has to come and give that fixed Flora's, which was a court decision. They can they can fix it. They can fix TV PRI they can tweak it, they can fix the asylum laws. They need to get back to Washington to work as hard as the people who they represent work. Let me ask it through a foreign policy prison. Why is the president so concerned about the humanitarian crisis in the human rights in Venezuela, but not in Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, where we are. And I'll tell you why. This year and putting more we're giving more money to to to try to help with humanitarian efforts in Venezuela. And you just cut off aid almost completely to the three to two hundred squatter Malla, and El Salvador, what's the difference? ABC's what's happening in Venezuela. And how quickly is been fomenting Madore Moscow. We've made that very clear, I just told you what was happening on under us. Pretty awful, it is and what's happening here that these young girls are coming through. Do you do we know? Can we say with confidence? We know what happens to them we act like they're released into the interior of the US, and they definitely have a family member or a sponsor or a way of life and safety and safe passage, Chuck, they don't so many of them are traffic some are murdered. Some are some are treated mistreated wherever they go. We don't know what happens then, shall we have a system where we know better who's here and where they are. And what has everybody seems to agree with something like this? But. Be on the other side. Let me ask it this way. Can you can you treat this sort of as a temporary like emergency? So for instance, the president is threatening to ship emergency and guards. But believe it or not I grew up in Miami. I'm well aware of this. If he actually asked for help from cities and states, I bet you the cities would say sure if you need to temporarily relocate people here while they wait for their day with an asylum judge. Okay. What's wrong with doing it that way? Why is it that wasn't a browbeat? It was taken that way. It was present present it if they want to help they can in some mayors have come forward and said, we would like I would assume they wasn't the point of a sanctuary city to to offer sanctuary to illegal aliens. This is going to ask for are you asking for mayors to call it the White House today and say, yes, sure. I recently addressed the conference of mayors of others from the administration. Have this issue was raised in terms of how can we all work together on many crises of the day immigration is one of them opiates? There's another that we criminal Justice reform or something else. You're talked about workforce development. So certainly we want to work with it with the nation's mayors, but if you look at a city like Philadelphia, you haven't mayor there who won't share information with ice anymore, which means that we don't even know who's there why they're there. How long they're circulated about this. If the president believes we're full why does he want to help basically create a permanent way for these? Anyways. You know, what I'm saying is one hundred and three thousand km. These are unprecedented numbers three short months ago. When the president addressed the nation in a prime the only primetime oval of his presidency. You had a response from leader Schumer and speaker Pelosi where they said it's alive at its crisis. That's manufactured word now people like you. They Johnson respected people are meeting. It is a crisis. We do have an emergency. So what are the solutions? I've laid out simple solutions. Congress can work on. I think the person who's running for the nomination by democratic comes up with an immigration plan rather than a government takeover healthcare like Medicare follower. Green new deal that person is going to distinguish himself or herself. Because right now, the two front runners for the Democrats, according to plan right now schedule or the two old white male career politicians. Somebody comes out with a plan on immigration wants to work with the president head of time and not kicking into twenty. Twenty will prevail was the president informed in advance of what was going to happen to Julian Assange, not to my knowledge. I certainly wasn't. I did not know in advance. Federal whatever deal was made with the UK in any of that stuff was department. I'm sorry. I don't really because that's the State Department. The department of Justice department Justice. You don't believe the president was briefed in advance. I don't I don't know. And I don't think so. And I just want to say one more thing having discussed this with him after the fact several times the president believes that those who publish classified information should not do that. In other words, that goes for major publication is well, we should criminal not saying that what I'm saying is remembered Julian Assange is not being indicted because he was a journalist he's being dicey because he hacked same thing with a private manning. And so anybody who's publishing classified information in our view should think thrice before they do that. Because you can imperil folks is also why I think it's part of why some of the reductions will come out in the Muller report, you're protecting sources and methods. You're protecting grand jury information. You're protecting third parties who haven't been indicted, and certainly won't be impeach. I know they want to embarrass and harass the president where they couldn't impeach and indict him. But and we'll see what happens with that. I have to leave it there. It's nice to have you. Nice to us the White House later today. Look forward to it. When we come back..
"three thousand km" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"I pass it came back i don't know six months later he was going to historically black college which for me wasn't the thought i didn't have the thought like okay it's all black thing now i can do it no it was like okay in that world i can explore other realms of precaution because stepping in the sorts the fraternity sorority world is really another form of rhythm because i'm a drummer us nothing always in love with the idea of doing drumline regardless of the setting but once he was going to all go into a historically black college i knew the stigma of being a black being magical negro would cancel out right so there was that i took into took into consideration and then again the opportunity to explore rhythm and other realms other than just the marching band thing okay so mystery thousand came along because my agent was like the one thing he had to keep in mind that you want to have another film locked in before your other film comes out because god forbid the film tanks then your ass goes into directors jail and then it's a struggle to try to get in the movie so that's that was also the agenda so and mr three thousand km again part of my agenda in the commercial world in the business was delight key working right but also find something that totally works mystery thousand here's this man who called himself by number so i got really excited that idea and this was during the period of te'o terrell owens okay yes the soloist aspect of of sports and the highlight reels on espn they were totally promoting this self image as opposed to the team thing in advertently i don't think that was their idea but anyway so that i thought okay here's this black man who calls himself by a number by three thousand there's something there and and bernie mac was already attached to it and he's quite larger than life and that was a perfect thing but those are the reasons why i was reacting to things are presented to me and also my gend of keeping alive in the business as well as all the cultural racial things i need to hype been raised to avoid to try to dilute to try to like flatten out things to all that so it's a combination of things whereas now at this place i'm still working and jus another story about that of the choices i made to do that film but i'm starting to develop my own stories that that are coming from me into put out and in fact the the one thing that i've done in that manner is true too short film that eventually became the what's up campaign for budweiser so true is from me that's my truth that's not something that i reacted to i wrote a story about these guys basically holding hands through the phone saying and resonated with so talk about banality yeah about like that's i did not know that that was based on my mother yelling at me for talking on the phone and watching television at the same time she always say you do one or the other but you don't do both so and i was to do both it is right i thought about like what what is it really because thing that's funny about that it's like you're not really talking to them on the phone how was your day oh let me tell you about my day no it's like you still there to here cool you'll you still there man i'm here by that's that's that's that's that that brilliant ordinariness or whatever that i know i like to celebrate and i try to do that film real quick what's his name he used to review for the times brother he's gotta show the treatment i was on it on on npr on kcrw elvis mitchell okay elvis mitchell i was on the treatment for mr three thousand and he said to me the first thing he said we started goes how did you make a movie about know how did they studio let you make a movie about a middle age black man and i had not even thought about that way but i was like you know you're up i don't know what i'm saying but that's bernie mac was like i feel like he was huge at his show was already out was allie allie comedy was people were loving burning they were loving this was a major time for bernie mac major but the thing was is that in the.