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"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"She's beautiful. She does not look like the welder. You're imagining big. Fake eyelashes gorgeous. Talented tim johnson. This is why. I make no apology for doing what i'm doing. Well i just have one more question like for you. And that is if people enjoy this podcast. And they want to express their delight with it. Is there any way for them to do that. Other so many ways You could go to my facebook page and jump in this thread right now that. I'm sure it's exploding under tim johnson's name. You can thank. Tim johnson for his trenchant question. Which led to this whole back and forth right now but if you really wanted to do something meaningful you could go to org You could watch khloe story. You could watch some of the other success stories. That are there you could if you were so inclined. Make a modest donation to our work ethic scholarship program. I promised to spend it prudently. Look this is part of the reason. The sweat pledge is important. You know we've raised millions of dollars and given away over five million dollars so far and the people who support this foundation. I want them to know that we take their support seriously. And we spend their money with great discretion and parsimony. That's why the sweat pledge has to be signed by everybody who applies for these scholarships. Because i i can't look into their soul. But i want them. I want them to take a pledge. I want them to make a promise. I want them to be on the same page with me. Regarding the things that i believe are important and not just to your employer. I'm not trying to to do this to make employers happy although many of them are happy doing it. Because i think the best hope for somebody getting started in. The skilled trades is to approach their work with a genuine appreciation for delayed gratification. And a decent work ethic and some measure of personal responsibility along with the willingness to take the initiative and a cheerful attitude. You know it doesn't hurt to be cheerful as my old scoutmaster used to say. He said that that was the most underrated scout law that a scout cheerful. Yeah yeah trustworthy. Loyal helpful friendly courteous kind. Cheerful thrifty brave clean and reverent. He said if you're all those things but cheerful. Y'all have any friends that's right people will trust you. But they're not going to hang out with you. Hubbard talked about the guy who without that with the bad attitude walking down the street and the threadbare coat because nobody's going to hire him. He said that and they've got the truth. Look i know how annoying this is to here. You know i. I'm older than i've ever been on wealthy by most standards. And i'm white. I'm a wealthy white dude who worked as but often did okay in his chosen field and now and now i stand on my metaphorical porch and i shake my little finger and i and i talk about the importance of these things. These things that were introduced to me around a campfire in the boy scouts. These things that you can find in the most popular essays ever written that no one today is ever heard of. That's nearly one hundred and thirty years old. Those things still count and if you find if you sit down with employers today over a beer and if you ask them honestly what the single greatest challenges they face. I promise you.

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Interrupt for just one second because the this spaniards were blamed By hearst and pulitzer i think and some people say that it probably was the revolutionaries who did it in order to pull the united states into the into the war. I saw this thing and i. I wish i knew where i saw it. I think it was on sixty minutes or something where they were. They talked about our. No i think was dan. Carlin's podcast. I heard about. Thank god. I wish you were here right now right. Dan carlin clear what they were talking about. Dan won't you help dan. Carlin hardcore history. A terrific podcast at an. I've never met but chuck. Please regina out and tell him he's welcome here anytime because god knows we could use them. Yes will the point that he brought up was that it seems like there was a fault in the design of the type of battleship class. That the main was and that another battleship of the same class blew up similarly while it was at sea after the main blew up and it was something about the You know these things ran by coal back then and something about the the the the keeps of coal too close to the furnace or something but it may have been just a total freak accident and nobody. It wasn't intentional at all. And how many wars have started with something that random vietnam war. The vietnam and the confusion in the gulf of tonkin. Yes gabrielle precept the assassination that started the first world war. It's it just spins on and on and on but let me go with the ships for a minute. Yes please ice. I interrupted so without the main sinking. Hubbard doesn't write a message to garcia and doesn't become famous for creating which by the way at the time no other writing had been published as much during the lifetime of the author as this is some people say the over there were over one hundred million of these pamphlets that were ultimately out there with hubbard's story in it. This was huge. It was absolutely huge. And i don't know hubbard. Did a lot of other soup somewhat interesting things. But i don't know if he'd even be google -able today had he not written this now. He does it right this. If the main isn't sunk and then fifteen years later maybe thirteen years later the titanic sinks and he wrote something about the sinking of the titanic..

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

04:10 min | 3 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Got so now i. He's a spy behind enemy lines if he gets caught. Yeah so let. Let's be clear. Andrew rohan was the real deal. He was a stud. He did what he was asked to do. And by all accounts he did it with very little whining or complaining. The fact that fleming the guy over on history net spent four thousand words clearing that up. I think that's great. But really in the original essay that hubbard wrote it was just a parenthetical. These things are not the point. The brain is this some guy named fleming goes no no no no no no. That's not the point now. Might be your point. But i have another point which was cool because now in my world some guy named tim johnson on my facebook page says none another. No no wait a second. Remember his letter to me is based on the fact that he thought i went to a meeting. Based on a conversation. I had with bill whittle last week on the podcast and he thought my presence at that meeting which might very well have been attended by some conservatives would therefore negate my ability to tell the story of a work ethic scholarship recipient through my foundation. Because in tim johnson's world a conservative. Can't do a good thing with regard to the working class right. So all of these assumptions are all baked together. Once again at all distills into this prison of two ideas. But there's room for everybody. There's room for mr fleming to take exception with one paragraph in hubbard's peace and there's room for read something by a commandant in the marine corps not long ago who basically said look. It's time it's time to retire. This essay which used to be one of their default goto instances of leadership and writing. and now. they don't wanna do it anymore..

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"I love what i do so that that makes me. That makes me super lucky. It's it's fun to do this with you on a weekend. So i don't know i'm eternally struggling with the tim johnson's of the world because they can't see both things at the same time and it's not because they're stupid. It's because the table it's been set in such a hopeless way. I also think there's something to the idea that you have something in common with hubbard and that is that you have also carried a pale you have also toiled and worked for someone and you have also employed people okay. You've done both in the same way that hubbard did both the karl marx. Who started the whole socialism. Think he never. He didn't run a business. He didn't run a printing press. He didn't put out a pamphlet. He just wrote stuff and guess what he sold it right. He didn't give your book away. But but my point really. Is that when you have the benefit of seeing both sides of the labor coin of knowing what it's like to work for someone as well as knowing what it's like to employ someone and look. We just went through this ridiculous Year last year. And god forbid this happens again in this coming winter that we're headed for that that we locked down again or whatever but twenty twenty was a goat rodeo. That left a lot of people out of work and nobody a day at micro works without a paycheck. You know very true and and look we. We were very fortunate in that we could continue to work throughout that. But you were in a position where you could have said well you know what everybody just go home. And let's let's Let's just shut the thing down until until the government says it's okay but you didn't do that. You know well in part because i couldn't i mean sometimes you're on smack catches up to you you know. And what started.

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

04:33 min | 3 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Read interviewed a kid. Who's nineteen making fifty one thousand dollars a year. Managing a local. Mcdonald's that's rohan you know. That's a rohan. If you own that mcdonald's and you have a kid who's nineteen and capable of doing that. I think hubbard was right. Give that guy. A statue put put that statue on colleges everywhere. Because that's job security. If you're that kid will here's the thing i'm unclear about hubbert. Okay because he's a self-described socialist and anarchist. Which is an odd thing to be an anarchist. Really i mean how can you. How can you write a pamphlet. It's like why bother if you're an anarchist. Wanna just break the press and just show that as art anyway. You describe him. As as starting this and heading towards capitalism or a capitalist but the i think that he just identified as a socialist and anarchist his whole life. Did he not. I mean did he come around. And affirmatively say he was a capitalist. Not that i know of just assuming that from from what he's what he's written. Look that's part of why i to share it not just to give tim johnson something to think about but but to give everybody something to think about look are labels are all upside down like on the one hand. Today were very very very very desperate to put everybody into their proper box but when the labels themselves change like the word anarchist doesn't mean today what it meant a hundred and ten years ago and the word socialist means something different to and the context is constantly changing around all of these things free market. Capitalism doesn't mean the same thing it did when friedman talked about it and so everything is in this weird state of flux and the result. I'm afraid is that a lot of guys like tim and women. By the way. I know how conspicuously absent. This essay is of women right clearly. This is hopelessly dated. But my point is when everything is in flux and everybody's at each other's throats we're in a binary world and so tim..

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Lieutenant named andrew rohan who was asked by president mckinley to deliver a critical message to the leader of the cuban insurrection. During the spanish american war a general called garcia this was very dangerous undertaking but in the essay. Hubbard doesn't dwell on the details of rowan's harrowing journey through cuba instead he uses rowan's initiative to bemoan a conspicuous lack of work ethic among the masses. He then begs the reader to consider not just the plight of the employees. But also the plight of the employer like i said a rather extraordinary plea from a former socialist anyway thirty years later when i wrote the sweat. Pledge a message to garcia was very much on my mind because back in two thousand eight many employers in this country were saying the same thing that albert hubbert was saying a hundred years before that they couldn't find employees willing to take the initiative even at the height of a recession in two thousand nine and rising unemployment. Millions of good jobs were going on filled today. Twelve years later. The situation appears even worse according to the b. l. Ls there are no less than ten point. Five million open positions in this job market. Most of which don't require a four year degree ten and a half million and yet we continue to push as the best path for the most people student debt has now eclipsed one point seven trillion dollars. Employers are struggling to find trained workers with the necessary skills and our government is literally paying people to stay home as i was writing. My reply to your trenchant questioned him. A headline appeared on my computer announcing that a mcdonald's in oregon is now hiring fourteen and fifteen year old kids at fifteen dollars an hour because no one over eighteen is interested. It's the very thing elbert hubbard wrote about in eighteen ninety nine a general unwillingness to take the initiative and the endless search for those who do now is a message to garcia an appropriate thing for me to share on a labor day. Many will say no including chuck the producer of this podcast..

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"And one more reason. Why ziprecruiter really is. The smartest way to hire is the way i heard it. This is episode number two hundred and sixteen of the way. I heard it. It's called off the wall. A message to garcia and tim johnson. Think of this one. As a labor day special. I started the micro works foundation. Thirteen years ago on this day. And i thought i would mark the occasion with a dramatic reading of a legendary essay called a message to garcia and dedicated to tim johnson. As some of you may know. Calixto garcia was a rebel general. Who fought the spaniards in cuba during the spanish american war. As none of you may know tim. Johnson is a guy who posed a question to me on my facebook page. After listening to last week's podcast. A question that i'm going to answer right here in a brand new iteration of the way i heard it called off the wall where i turn my answer to a random question into an hour long podcast. Here's what tim johnson wrote on my wall after listening to last week's podcast and concluding that my efforts to help the working class are at odds with my political views mike. I love your ideals when it comes to supporting skilled labor. but that flies. In the face of your now obvious staunch conservatism the meeting that you referenced. With bill whittle that quote may or may not have happened. Was i assume a very conservative event and for some reason you were both too ashamed to admit what it was so be it. But how on earth can you say that you support the working. Class is it. all just a show. Conservatism does not support unions. Conservatism is why are wage gaps are where they are today. Conservatism protects corporations. Now those of you who follow me on facebook know that my foundation is completely a political. We exist to assist those who wished to learn a useful skill and who demonstrate the kind of work ethic. We want to encourage unfortunately work ethic like everything else in our country. These days has been politicized. Which means tim. Johnson's comments require an honest reply. So here it is. Hello tim johnson. I am sorry to have been vague last week about the details of a meeting. That may or may not have happened in los angeles ten years ago. But i can assure you my circumspection had nothing to do with being ashamed of where i was or who i was with. The event was a luncheon attended by people who share a deep respect for our military and a steadfast belief that america is still an exceptional country. I have no idea how many conservatives attended verses how many liberals but either way the event was completely irrelevant to my conversation. With bill whittle as well as my charitable efforts to assist those who were looking for work regarding your views on conservatism unions and corporations. I think you're painting with a very broad brush. I know many conservatives who support unions and more than a few who belonged to one likewise i know many liberals who.

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"The heck did not come from. I don't feel like fantasy. Both jin johnston who who the tim johnson. Well fuck me out. It's not my fault. You don't know who i am. I've been in the game for quite a while. Do you feel like if if the announcer was just like. I mean i know you already getting ready for a title fight but if they just came out and said norris coming back. October twenty third in fighting johnson just without any of this other fantasy matchmaking. Do think like no one cared went there. Probably like ten percent out of care of the rest of. Oh we get to watch fight. So yeah it is. I just had this fantasy built off go. you know. Maybe it'll be tasty matches but the fact of the matter is you're getting despite now you're signed on to fight fate or in moscow. Like how fired up. Are you for this opportunity. Just for yourself man. I'm stoked about it Family everything like you know they. They always trash their head but suddenly highschool on my grandma country i to go see his. Russia finally get to go to russia and get the plight the greatest heavyweight of all time. While i do it. I can only dream come true kind of going back to the milososki fight. You came up short in your bid to become an interim heavyweight champion. I'm sure you've mentally moved on from that. You got something big on the horizon but just kind of going back to that night and that site in particular like how do you look back on it around a month and a half or so later diary. Wash defied a couple of times and had had some friends coaches watch it and gave audits by on. You know i knew it was gonna be a close spike.

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Guy for that. I think that you know or pick me because he knew that i was going to be war. All these other guys for some reason or not maybe earn. Maybe pay nor thanks. I'm going to be easy win for. Maybe that's why pick me. I don't know i'm just going off of what You know some insiders some people from that over that camper at side of the world got gotta bit felony and they have a lot of respect for me told me like my style away. Fight it in a way. I present myself and everyone who doesn't wanna turn into this or tune in to watch for some reasons they're angry ad or whatever that's that's stupid not to watch fight on. This isn't too if this is his last fight isn't going to be. This is going to be favorably in everything that he has into these rounds into these minutes or the seconds of this fight he knows it will be his last one. A bit is and it is going to be a war is not gonna be it is. I could get accidentally tapped on his jaw drop. Have you taken out structure for me. Wanna come out of this fight. And that's what i'm prepared for preparing for Fade or ten years ago enough. Eight or the last couple. is last fights. The fog along the negativity that his appeared since his announcement soon made this is a things. Change all the time. The news cycle frequently changes. Do you feel like the closer get to this fight. The more the fog will fade away and nobody will have a big problem with it yet. So i i think the main problem is like i said everyone had this fantasy. Land of like people are like. Oh they'll fight y'all brock listener like where the heck did not come from. I don't feel like fantasy. Both jin johnston who who the tim johnson. Well fuck me out. It's not.

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"tim johnson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Always enjoyed chatting with gig. Arbu saucy always get something out of it. He's got that dry wit. That's just hilarious and It should be a pretty interesting title fight on friday. Connecticut stylistically man. It's interesting and we'll hear from john salter later on to get his take on on the fight and how he sees it all going down boy who head to our next gas. He'll be headlining. A big belts card himself this time in two months in russia. Whether you like it or not. Tim johnson all right. Let us welcome in tim. Johnson as you may have seen around a week or so ago. This man filled the spot that a lot of people in the heavyweight division were hoping to fill he scheduled to travel to moscow russia. Fight fate or a million and go on. October twenty. Third tim first off. Congratulations on getting the fight. How are you. Thanks appreciate that. I do pretty good l. life life. Get a little more hectic by the day. I guess i bet it's it is great to have you here a lot to discuss you first off. We heard a lot of names in this conversation. You were preparing to fight for an interim heavyweight title against badar protege balancing ball bosque when this news started to or it's coming back. How did this all happen. Like what was sort of the timeline from that. fight with. Adolf's key for the interim title to landing this by with fayed or knocked-over took of Up ready to add the hostile will get stitched up and Like all the call agent right away at my My name in the hat or fate or dollars lot names getting thrown around those like well. I don't like it. i'm not gonna like sitting around and see what happens Talking to a little bit after that is like oh maybe there's other names of some. I didn't really know how much of a chance i had And all you know they decide on. You.

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"tim johnson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

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"tim johnson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

04:31 min | 5 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"I mean look, Joel is like world-class kickbox wage. Champion and he knocks out the employee of the month that Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Of course, the guy has down every song on his iPod with the n-bomb coming everywhere and he knows all the lyrics. So you know, it's one of those things where Help. Nobody that. Yeah. And what I said, is, all these people that are like, yeah, good blah, blah. I'm like, man, you guys are good jokes that are like, see that. Maybe he won't, he will off. And then the next guy are, those people are going to fucking come visit. Joe in jail. Are they going to post? They can kind of, go fund me for fucking Joe. Schilling, are they going to help? No, no negative thoughts. So you gotta be who you who you listen to on the internet, you know? Yeah. I mean, look, Kayana, dude is dressed like Dwight Schrute without his glasses, you know, it is kind of a sad. The only thing we'll make it more pathetic, that guy was wearing a pocket protector, you know what I'm saying? Like knock this pens everywhere else because I thought, when I first saw that I was like shit seven going up, damn that sux. You know, ten the song. Came out. Okay, the guy is a big dick are good. You know I'm glad no. I hate I hate for someone to get busted over some dumb shit. Yeah, I know I hear you now. So Jason since you've been out like I know the last time you were out it was a tough transition. You just like I remember you to hang out a lot. You were like, man. I feel fucking weird. I'm like, how long you've been a fucking self or a year? Two years? Like, whatever it was like, how could this possibly normal house? The adjustment. Like this time? Oh, it's the same shit. I gotta relearn how to talk, you know, I, I, I don't know how to communicate, as well as I did before. I swear like, it's starting to get easier, you know? But obviously it's like, Thursday. You know, tough transition, you know, it's inhumane, what they do a prisoner's and like I said, you know, I want to do something about that moving forward but just for me.

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"tim johnson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

04:44 min | 5 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"It was Chris Spencer show and I got off stage and brand new was like you're my new favorite comic and I was like a brandy and she's like yeah I'm like wow like thanks and then we're talking. She's like I love you jokes. I was like thank you. I was like hey you want to go on a date? She's like absolutely not. Figure out two drinks and it won't be at 4 world and just like, nope, I'm done with, man. Yeah, I asked her out like five different game instead, know everything. Well, you did a blow with her. It's just want to go, you should maintain the Friendship. Why are you guys always? They have a girl who loves them who's a fan who wants to help them and they just go look. Look at that guy move. Yeah, I know but she was like, super pretty also. Like I also I wasn't just, of course, I really wonder as a fan. I mean, like she's actually a lot prettier in person really pretty sometimes like girls, like they don't look as good on T as they do in person and other times. Like there was someone in the person like well I don't see what the hype is dead. And then yeah, Randy was the other one was first one. She look really good person. Like but now, I I said, I'm Brandy comes on my wife, came to the channel or something and it's like, come on, like what is dead? Ready up to these days I don't even know they're bringing back a to bring them back some show and she's she's like going to be the star of it or something like something good. Nothing actually, that's cool. Yeah let me suck so Brandy. I feel like with a lot of women that are famous if you're like oh my God I have a question this woman. If you just wait it out like fifteen years, you can probably date them. I mean, whether whether Star Fades a little bit you can get in there you have I hear you. I mean, or even girls even famous girls like girls you liked in high school or college they're like under third divorce and they're not doing as well as they like want. You know? Like yeah yeah well I mean I dated I did my high school choir. I did Tia Carrere briefly from Wayne's World..

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"tim johnson" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

Scale The Podcast

03:53 min | 8 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

"You've probably heard this a bazillion times. Real estate is a belly to belly business. People do not a seventy percent of all real. Estate transactions are referral based meeting. They came because somebody new somebody. My answer agent or i got a good friend or my best friend's sister like that's how real estate listings get done in referral in i i. I do appreciate the emails i do think. Texting is nice but nothing replaces conversation belly to belly conversation and just porn love on people so to be clear I've believe you you you. This is the highest and best use for an icee is engaged with old leads. Engage with your database. Have new leads followed up with immediately when they come in a we call that speed the lead it's one of the best lead indicators to growing real estate customer. I can't tell you how many times i see our clients reviews when somebody didn't get a call back and if you just look on zillow any of the low rated agents on zillow's Look at him. you'll see. He never called me in. I submitted a thing. I saw his name and he never called me or you know like that is the biggest problem that people have. I'm doing really Do for peace here in the in the chat. We got a question from russ an dude. I'm really got jane I'm really it's awesome to hear that prospecting. So the prospecting where you're on the call or on the phone trying to get new business presenting where you're actually at a listing presentation oguz on the sellers need what matters to them. Assistant a follow up in guys. I'm sorry i'm not a feller Potential referral so these are the four p.'s. As a real estate company. Those that. When i call up and i asked k. House you're doing and they can answer. Oh well he or she did of prospecting. We got three presentations than we did. Three hours of persistent with our existing database. He got to referrals. I'm floored by that when somebody can actually tell me what their actual time on the phone doing. The four p.'s. What that looks like. And so The highest and best use of your time is creating a system of measure that as well as a employee who learns things like l. p. Mama they know your value proposition. They know why you're in business and in why you care about those clients they can articularly everything about your business and they know what what's going on. That's that's this. Is the key to growing real estate team. Lemme see. hey carla. Can you unmuted russ floor replace. I'd like to bring him on the call or us. Maybe you need the yourself. But i think it's very go achey hear me rest. Okay so tell us about. Jane what was going through your well. How long have you had or what was going through your mind when you hired her. What are you do. I mean you got. Daniel followed to Critique as we go through there's a little background for everybody on the call myself included abou how you got to this point. Jane what you're having her do and let's see how we can make this. Even better yeah. Jane is doing a great job. It should such a blessing estimate. Have heard to to philan- la things like..

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"tim johnson" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

Scale The Podcast

03:07 min | 8 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

"Your non contacted database. i've got a great story. Tim i. I helped somebody. Buy a house in this little remote area outside of sacramento california. I'm a californian guys. Please don't all that against me a help. Somebody buy a house two years later. They got a job transfer and they called me after they got in the contract to sell their house because they knew that i general contractor and i had a big network and they were having trouble finding of somebody to do something on their house and i just said hey you know Thanks for calling me. I'm happy to give your referral. Referrals are my you know brandon butter that they're the air that i breathe. So i've i've up help you for sure. We'll help you. But i ask them. Why didn't you call me list your house. I'm a real estate broker in her response was like. Oh my god but daniel i. I didn't know you listen houses and you help people buy them. But i didn't know you listed them and as a. I was a new agent at the time i think of two thousand five or six it was like an arrow shot through my heart because even though i knew listings were a thing that matter more than anything right So in that particular scenario old lead or database leads. Reconnecting with him. Is like if i worked for tim I would jump on the phone and be like. Hey this is daniel. I worked for tim johnson. I just wanted to give you a call. He asked me to personally. Call you because it's been a really long time since we've connected with you and we feel horrible about it. I'm just curious. What are your current plans for the two thousand nineteen home market. Do you have any real estate. You know stuff going on in your world like that's a that is the most i mean. It's just very simple so you can train an icee. A virtual assistant to make that call on the behalf of 'em and reconnect with your old leads that are disengaged when we talked about the four. Ps it's really important that assistant follow up if their previous client. You gotta talk to him a lot their their goal if there are previous client. That's given you a referral. I call them air like without them. Your business does not flourish. It's the most important thing you can use. Focus on your clients who have given you referrals so You know. I would just measure whether it's an old lead or a database lead or previous client like just giving them love on a regular basis is really important like us. Oh what are your plans for the two thousand nineteen real estate year. Are you thinking about buying or selling or investing in real estate or none of the above. Just a simple question like that. Yeah well and also just kind of reconnecting with them. I i believe real estate..

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"tim johnson" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

Scale The Podcast

03:10 min | 8 months ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

"You been approved with and let's get an appointment on books. My favorite thing is in the motivation. You're asking him. Do they have a house to sell before they go to this house right before they buy this apps. But that lp mama is just a simple framework to hire to teach them how to cultivate your buyer leads end-seller leads because a third of all buyers are sellers. That is just a plain simple fact. If i go to buy a house. I'm gonna look to buy i but i have one to sell so That that's you know. That's one of my favorite kind of leadership leverage kind of conversations. Isa can help you with this. Nurture leads help you with the prospecting. 'cause they're an inside sales agent. What water think. Don't know seventy nine of our teams have employees. Survive out desk right now. Elevate folks had the essays. What would be an example of tasks that be would do like maybe more of a definition of the a. versus say. Yeah that's good. I i like to start with the thing that's most important. It's most important to generate revenue 'cause And i'm sure you guys have heard this before but Revenue cures all problems. Money solves all problems. And and if you're growing your you're living if you're not growing your kind of dying so so revenue here's all right. And that is the focus of an owner. How am i gonna generate listings. Where am i getting new leads for listings. that's it. i mean everything else doesn't matter when i say everything else i believe you should outsource or systematized all other things within your business. Transaction coordination eliciting coordination. You know i was just inspecting commercial building. I had a. I had a general contractor. A roofer a guy a security Like all these different trades while. That's not something. I should be coordinating. That's something that might virtual assistant or needed for me. So the the calls. They schedule the time they put it on everybody's calendar days got him called a reminder. Hey tomorrow they're coming. These are the kind of things in real estate transactions. Oh my god. There's so much paperwork you know there. There's just a bazillion amounts of paperwork so you know you've got Definitely all the marketing definitely all the transaction coordination enlisting coordination In an really just being a right hand person to your business okay. So we've got We've got a couple of questions. Yeah so marla type did. Is that the best script for new. I say old leads the lp mama you know Old leads let me let me be clear about old leads or reengaging..

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March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal

Sports Criminals

03:38 min | 1 year ago

March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal

"March twenty fourth. Two thousand eighteen is now one of the most infamous days in the history of Cricket. But it wasn't because of an incredible player controversial officiating it's because somebody committed a be most brazen acts of cheating the sport had ever seen and it was all caught on camera. Welcome to sports criminals of our cast. Original this is the twenty ninth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson and today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eighteen and a scandal known as sandpaper gate in rocked. The cricket world in shock fans and pundits alike when you see images of white-clad gentlemen playing cricket. It's hard to imagine. Any of them are capable of cheating. The sport is so proper that some games even feature a mandated. Lunch break in a twenty minute pause for afternoon tea but it was during one of these breaks that Australian cricketeres hatched one of the most notorious scandals in the sport's history March twenty four. Th Two thousand eighteen was the third day of a four match series between Australia and South Africa. The teams were nodded at one. A piece with South Africa was starting to pull away if the Australians did mount a comeback. They were in serious trouble desperate to gain edge on their rivals. Some of Australia's senior players came up with a plan team. Captain Steve Smith notice that the Africans were struggling with balls thrown with reverse swing akin to a knuckleball pitcher in baseball to give the ball movement Smith and Group of players decided to rough it up a bit on his way. Back out to the green fielder. Cameron bancroft grabbed piece of sticky tape from an equipment bag and stuffed it in his pocket when no one was looking. He grabs some dirt and stuck it on the tape creating sort of homemade sandpaper the next time. He got the ball. He used the tape to scuff it. he wasn't as sneaky as he thought. Tv cameras captured the whole thing and casted on the jumbotron for all to see. Bancroft tried to hide the evidence by quickly stuffing the tape down the front of his pants with the cameras. Already trained on him. It was too late. They replayed the close up of him hiding it in his pants then they replayed it again and again in slow motion. He had been caught red handed. Once play concluded for the day Smith in Bancroft confessed to everything as punishment Smith and vice captain. David Warner were suspended. For twelve months Bancroft was banned for nine though many made light of scandal known as Sandpaper Gate. It left a dark stain on the Australian cricket community. It created such a national controversy that Prime Minister Malcolm. Turnbull even weighed in. He declared to the whole nation. Who HOLDS THOSE? Who wear the baggy green up on a pedestal. This is shocking disappointment. Since then Steve Smith and the other disgraced cricketeres have served their sentences and return to the field. It's safe to say the fans and TV cameras will forever keep a close eye on.

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March Madness: Donald Sterling

Sports Criminals

04:13 min | 1 year ago

March Madness: Donald Sterling

"Listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast warning. This episode includes sensitive descriptions of racism listener discretion is advised especially for listeners under thirteen in April. Two Thousand Fourteen seventy year old Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling called his mistress. The Steve Yano. He had seen something on instagram. That made his blood boil a picture of her and L. A. Lakers legend Magic Johnson but sterling wasn't mad at Steve Yano had posed with one of his crosstown rivals iconic players. The problem was the Johnson was Black Sterling. Chewed out still beyond for almost ten minutes. He had no idea. Those ten minutes would change his life forever. Welcome to sports. Criminals are cast original. This is the twenty fifth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from Nineteen Ninety to two thousand twenty on Carter Roy. And I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to two thousand fourteen and the downfall of the La Clippers racist owner Donald Sterling. Although he made a lot of money from owning the clippers. Donald Sterling made the bulk of his fortune in real estate as a landlord. He was the subject of numerous lawsuits accusing him of housing discrimination against minorities during these proceedings. Sterling's racist nature was laid bare. He told employees that black tenants smell. And Attract Vermin Hispanics. Just smoke drink and hang around the building in Koreans will pay the rent and live in whatever conditions I give them. The married father of three was also sued on multiple occasions for sexual harassment. But with the help of a high priced and highly effective legal team. He managed to emerge relatively unscathed however after not. Enzi released the recording his phone. Call with these veon. On April twenty fifth two thousand fourteen. No lawyer on earth COULD HELP HIM UPSET THAT STEVE. Yano had posted an instagram photo of her and Magic Johnson. Sterling told her. It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. Don't put him on instagram. And don't bring him to my games. Unbeknownst TO HIM STILL. Yano had recorded the entire conversation. The recording confirmed what most people around the League already knew. Donald Sterling was racist scumbag however he had never faced disciplined from the NBA before. But now that is true. Nature was caught on tape that was about to change with NBA players contemplating boycotting playoff games to protest. Sterling's ownership commissioner. Adam silver had to act on April twenty ninth. He Finds Sterling two point five million dollars the maximum amount allowed silver also banned him from the NBA for life and a few weeks later. More than three quarters of NBA team owners voted to force sterling to sell his franchise. The decision was a long time coming. From man who heckled his own players was named the worst owner in sports by the New York Times and Forbes magazine and whose team had amassed the lowest winning percentage in all four major American Sports Leagues Between Nineteen Eighty one in two thousand fourteen sterling. His lawyers tried to fight both decisions in court but they were rebuffed at every turn. Despite numerous countersuits and objections sterling was forced to sell the team to Microsoft. Co-founder Steve Balmer. Since Sterling's departure the basketball world has done. Its best to erase his racist legacy under bombers leadership. The clippers have gone on to become one of the best run franchises in the NBA. Ahead of the twenty twenty

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The Story of Sam Hurd

Sports Criminals

03:13 min | 1 year ago

The Story of Sam Hurd

"Two thousand eleven Chicago. A black escalade cruised through the rainy night pulling up outside. A Morton steakhouse the car backed into a space beside the entrance and man stepped out. He approached the restaurant confident. But careful wary that someone might recognize him. His name was Sam heard wide receiver for the Chicago bears if the wrong people overheard his conversation tonight. His football career would immediately come to mind. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the twenty second episode in our March Madness special this month where counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from Nineteen Ninety to two thousand twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eleven and the arrest of wide receiver. Sam Heard in July of two thousand eleven twenty six year old Sam heard signed with the Chicago bears as a free agent. The reserved wide receiver was known as a humble and God fearing man. Good player with a heart of gold. He was dedicated to giving back to the community donating significant portions of his earnings to local charities but only a few months after joining the bears. Everything came crashing down at around seven thirty five PM on December fourteenth. Two Thousand Eleven Sam entered. Morton steakhouse seated at table fifty four. He waited patiently for his guests to arrive to men entered one of them. A man going by the pseudonym. Havi air carried a cowboy hat in one hand and a white bag labeled happy birthday in the other. The other was a short man who was going by Carlos also not his real name. The men introduce themselves to Sam and sat at his table talking in hushed voices. The conversation lasted for seventy seven minutes and it was all recorded. The happy birthday bag contained a kilo of cocaine wrapped up under a small pile of tissue paper at the end of the conversation. Sam picked it up. As Sam stepped out of the steakhouse. He was surrounded by policemen arrested. He had been caught in a sting. Operation Heard was cut from the bears two days after his arrest though he was

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March Madness: Marc Ccillon

Sports Criminals

04:33 min | 1 year ago

March Madness: Marc Ccillon

"Everyday in March. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals of the past thirty one years today we look back at the year thousand and four French rugby star Mark. Cecil was beloved by many but also struggled with alcohol addiction and one August night. He drank too much and the results would be tragic. If you like this episode. Be Sure to come back tomorrow for more shocking sports events from history on our march madness. Special listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast August. Two Thousand Four French Rugby Star. Mark Cecil was in semi retirement. After in a lustrous career. He played forty six matches with the French Rugby Team. Making him a local and national hero in one thousand nine hundred ninety six the peak of his fame. He was awarded the French Order of Merit. He played with the France national team until age forty which commentators at the time described as a remarkable achievement but less than a decade later. His legacy sports legend would be shattered blown apart by five gunshots. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the fifteenth episode in our March Madness. Special this month. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to August seventh. Two thousand four and the gruesome murder that landmark Cecil in prison and permanently damaged his reputation. The party in Psalm Savant was quite well attended over. Sixty people were there to celebrate the end of the season. Most of them members of nearby rugby club the host Chris. John was best friends with rugby. Star marks Seo who had turned forty five the previous week mark and his wife Chantal had arrived at the party separately. Neither of them had spoken to each other much over the course of the evening mark hovered by the bar. Most of the night drinking seldomly chantal spent the evening talking with friends. Rumor had it that the married couple had been having problems for quite some time. The partygoers left mark alone for most of the night. His friends knew better than to approach him while he was drinking at around eleven pm. The host's wife by bet braved conversation. She tried to persuade the very drunk sesioana to eat something. The belligerent Jones shouted it bets attempts to sober him up. He struck her giving her a black eye. Sessions stormed out leaving. His shocked hosts and his wife behind a half hour later. When of begins sons sauce? Se On walking back to the villa typing something into his pocket. It was a revolver. Three fifty seven magnum. The teenager didn't have time to warn. The guests. Ascione entered the house and made his way straight for SEAN TALL. As He approached his wife he produced the pistol and fired five shots nearby. Guests tackled SESIOANA and wrestled the gun from his hand. Someone called the police and the chaos mark reportedly said. He wanted to see his wife when he heard what he'd done. He said that's not possible. I love her when he sobered up. The next morning says Yang was devastated to hear what he had done in court. He reportedly said. Why did I shoot? It's a question I shall ask myself all my life. I didn't plan anything. I wish I could understand cecil known as the quiet man of French. Rugby was sentenced to twenty years for murder. He was released seven years later on parole but that wasn't his last brush with the law. In September of two thousand eighteen. He received another twelve months sentence for driving under the influence of alcohol and drunkenly assaulting the owner of a vineyard. He admitted that his problems with alcohol or far from over since his sentence in two thousand eighteen says zone has kept a fairly low profile now. Sixty years old. Perhaps the last fifteen years will be a lesson to the disgraced team. Captain

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The 1992 Little League World Series Scandal

Sports Criminals

04:59 min | 1 year ago

The 1992 Little League World Series Scandal

"Event the International Youth Sports while it might Okun Image of fun and innocence throughout its seventy three year history. The tournament has been plagued by scandal and on the afternoon of August. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Ninety. Two as spectators watched the Filipino team celebrating on the field after clobbering their American opponents. They couldn't shake the uneasy feeling that something about the situation didn't feel quite right. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the third episode in our March Madness. Special this month. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to nineteen ninety two and the Little League World Series Scandal. Zamboanga city located on a small remote island in the Philippines is most famous for its canned sardine industry but in nineteen ninety two. It was the city's Little League Baseball team that caught the world's attention the team from Zamboanga breezed through the World Series Tournament. Demolishing everyone in its path until trouncing a squad from Long Beach California in the championship. Game fifteen to four from a gold medal in boxing thirty years before the boys victory represented the most significant athletic achievement. In the country's history they returned to the Philippines as heroes where President Fidel Ramos through them. A parade in the capital city and awarded them over forty dollars in scholarship money. Nearly everyone in the country celebrated the team's victory everyone except journalist Al Mendoza as a journalist. Mendoza's job was to tell the truth. Which wasn't always easy in a country like the Philippines twenty years before dictator Ferdinand Marcos had banned anything beyond state-sanctioned news and only recently after a regime change had independent news outlets resumed operation. Just a day. After the team's Victory Parade Mendoza published a column in the daily Enquirer with the heading mothers. How old are your children? He not only cast doubt on the ages of the players from Zamboanga City. But whether they were actually from the small town as they claimed to qualify for the Little League world series players must be between ten and twelve years old and the player must live within the geographic boundary of the town or city that his or her team represents for example. Boy From Austin Texas. Can't play on team from Dallas. Ten to twelve is also a tricky age because of the disparity and boys sizes and appearance at that age some of almost reach their adult height will others are still under five feet tall to Mendoza and many others the Filipino players looked too and too poised for boys that age after he published his column. The American League president fact sheet of questions to his counterpart in the Philippines to confirm the players were the correct age and if they were all from Zamboanga City in his response the Filipino. Little League president declared that all the players were of legal age but admitted that several from outside Zamboanga city had been added to the roster because the original players weren't able allowed to travel to the United States. He explained that Zamboanga City is a very rural area and that many of the boys were needed to work on their parents farms. Others had been too afraid to fly. He also maintained that if the substitution hadn't been made the original team from Zamboanga City would have beaten the Americans by twice as much but days later Mendoza and his colleagues revealed that excluding the eight players added to the roster from other cities the six players actually from Zamboanga city. Were all over. Asia anywhere from thirteen to fifteen years old and had assumed the identities of younger boys in town that the team had replaced their original manager with coach from Manila. A coach who couldn't even speak or understand the dialect used in Zamboanga City. Furthermore the parents of the overage athletes had also assumed false identities in an effort to maintain the ruse. Maybe the Little League Baseball could overlook the replacement of a few kids who were too scared to fly but when it came to systematic fraud perpetrated by multiple generations. They had no choice but to strip the Filipino team of its title and awarded to the boys from

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"tim johnson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tim johnson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Show hotline is Tim Johnson with AAA to give us all a heads up on what to expect for the Memorial Day holiday, which if you haven't looked at the calendar is next week. Alright certainly is. All right camera hope, we have you welcome back to our emerald travel. Thanks for giving us a few minutes. If your time today, thank you. Great to join you. Appreciate how many back on the show for sure. So listen, I know you and your colleagues triple A, you're busy, crunching all the numbers looking at the data and the various trends. So as America gears up to hit the roads next week and the unofficial start of summer begins. What can we expect there? Definitely know that Memorial Day that unofficial kickoff to summer travel. It's going to be nearly forty three million Americans are projected traveling this immortal day weekend. We are into fitting that the bulk of those will driving to their destination about thirty seven point six billion taking road trips this year traveled across the board. Whether that be by air. Other motivations buses trains. Cruise ship definitely are seeing a lot of people actually planning trips this year. Very well, that's good news. So for all the road trip listening right now, I saw estimate that triple A will rescue more than three hundred fifty thousand motorists roadside across the US this coming. That's a big number. So tamra how about if you give everyone if you preventative tips, and maybe we can help you lower that number never we don't like to go to high. But yeah, we are over three hundred fifty thousand motor typically do dead battery flat tires lockout. So the best if I for those that are trivial to make sure that you're getting your vehicle inspected by a trusted repair facility for you, actually. Hit the road and tarring. Those.

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