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"tom brown" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:19 min | Last month

"tom brown" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It looks like tennis. We're going to play tennis. Champion or Russell on there? No, not yet, but I'm so plebeian. There will. Nike, I'm sure there will. They're holding out. They're waiting to see who the big metaverse is and they want to go with it. Of course. They want to go with the winner. Blu-ray versus HD DVD. Tom Brown, I was very tempted by the Tom Brown Samsung watch and Samsung S 22 ultra and all that. They did the Tom Brown versions over there. Stuff. Well, he likes the stripes. And apparently feels that men need to wear bikini tops. It's a man's ear. Is that why is this like to say? Yeah. The man's ear. I don't think I'm just looking at this guy. I don't think he needs a man's ear. No, he doesn't. But you know, tell you, it's about not showing the nipple. He's got nipples. There's his nipples in the picture right above. He took off his man's ear. And this one no one's wearing a top. That's very confusing. In the swimwear, his is hers and hers is his, they say. That's not very modern. I don't see no color at all in his stuff. No, his last show was awesome. It was like a Toy Story theme show. It was gray, red, mostly reds and grays, some blues. It was very cool. Yeah, a lot of times. No, I kind of like it. It's a little pricey. Yeah, he's a fancy designer. He's fancy. The good stuff usually is. I think you should get these shower sandals ant for $650. What? What? How about this T-shirt $420? Got a strike? You don't buy Tom Brown t-shirts. You buy the suits or the dresses. Oh, yeah, let's get this suit. That's nice. I like that. I always wanted to wear shorts with a suit. You look like Angus. You look.

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"tom brown" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

Eyewitness Beauty

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

"We were up against the glass wall in the back, and it was so fun because we could just like see the whole, yeah. Yeah, because it's tiered. So we were up at the top, like basically in the balcony in the last row, and we could see everybody. And we could see it all happening. And it was so fun. And we could kind of like hear other people at our table, talking. We didn't feel like we were under a microscope. But you were at like one of the most intense tables. Yeah, I feel stylish and Jared and Dakota are there, yeah. It was all people dressed by Gucci, right? Like the whole table was like, okay. Yeah. And then the two presidents of Gucci were there too. It just felt different. Was there a transfer of information to Jared that everyone had thought the world had thought that guy who was wearing iris van herpen was him, but it wasn't him? No, really? Yes. Instagram accounts like reporting, oh, Jared Leto got here. It was this guy in this crazy butterfly thing, and then Jeremy. And he had like heavy makeup on. So it kind of looked like him. If you're just scrolling Instagram, you're like, okay, that's true. I thought I was like, oh, that's weird. He didn't wear a Gucci. But the news flashes for me, first of all, things I learned at the Met ball. Top Ford is over 60. And he looks like 36. So whatever he's doing is miraculous. Beth's. I remember that article where he said he took the floor back today. Three bets a day I'll never forget. And Jared Leto is over 50. And that one really threw me. Which is shocking. He's lived. He's lived. He's not like he's been, I mean, when I was in New York in 2000 one, he was part of the round. Was he living though? He was staying up late. He was saying. He was like observing. He was drinking the blood of virgins. Yeah, right? That kind of thing. Well, maybe that's the fountain of youth. Yeah, he looks incredible too. Okay, so to take away, I mean, I'm just sort of putting myself in this position where it's really the event for, as you say, the people who are playing the flute and wearing Tom Brown and it's like this moment to play the flute. I love that. Lizzo. Lizzo. I missed. I was there. So I missed. I didn't see live stream. I've only seen pictures. So I missed a lot of the cool shit that everybody else saw. But it must be, it's a funny character study. And a funny anthropological experience to see what these when you put all the most famous people in the country in one room together and dress them in clown clothes and give them alcohol..

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"tom brown" Discussed on Grazing

Grazing

04:22 min | 11 months ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Grazing

"Will be our busiest weekend, starts off slow. Everybody wants this is my I don't know. This is what I think is that people want their pumpkins two weeks out two weeks before Halloween. And so our busiest weekend and last year we had 8000 people was the middle of October 15th. Peaks, and then by Halloween, it's very low volume on Halloween. I don't know if it's been there done that, or there's too many other things going on Halloween trick or treat and whatnot. But Halloween weekends usually not that. I mean, I say not that busy. We'll have three, 4000 people. We don't have the 8000 people. And y'all don't do the haunted house attraction. No more. It's been about three I can't remember. Maybe 5 years, you know, time is just fine. But it's been a while. And it just really wasn't, you know, our demographic is three year olds and 12 year olds. We target that. We ever ever traction we put in we make sure that fits that three to 12 year old demographic. And the hard house doesn't. And so it was a totally different demographic, totally different customer base. And so we just decided that wasn't what we do. That's three to 12. That's what attracts me the most. That's where I fit in. It's a good market to deal with. I mean, families with children, that's great demographic. And the world is so nutty and backwards right now that it's probably I would imagine an escape for a lot of people that aren't they don't have access to a farm or access to land, they can come out and be in that environment. And it probably feels I imagine safe to them. We had our biggest year ever last year in the COVID year. Biggest issue ever. Everybody wanted to get outdoors. Of course they've been cooped up for the whole year. And so October came around, we were open and we had our biggest season ever. It's very important because obviously you're running a business, but you're providing a service for people to be there enjoy and I imagine it's very therapeutic to them. Just like you said during that strange time last year, that was an escape for a lot of people. And that's very important. So kudos to you for offering that to people and given access like that. So the last question I would like to ask you, JF, I would rent you Caroline. They may have some more questions. But there was a guy I think he's probably still there. Tom Brown he works for farm bureau. He's down in Murray county. Then I Colombia. And he has, I think a small business..

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"tom brown" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

06:48 min | 11 months ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Center. Tom brown meet night in eastern eastern time. So hopefully you guys can just catch up this morning. Episode number seventy three is going to be. Why do i lose motivation to work right. Why do i lose motivation to work. So this is going to be more focused on. What how they feel right when you start working and things start catching up and stuff like that. Why do i lose motivation to work. Okay this is important. I remember that again. I'm not a professional. I'm just do my opinion with these things. Make sure your was look for your professional if you need therapy all the stuff. I'm just giving you my opinion regarding all these things and why we lost motivation. I'll tell you by the end. What is my opinion this. I'm just going to give you a simple fact why What could be the reasons that you lose motivation right. We are millions of reasons why we just do stuff right. But most importantly let's just send then defy why could be Their recent you lose motivation to use move forward in your life or just do simple tasks of working out Go to work in the morning or the stuff. Let's over the first one very the first one is that you do not feel value came and this one's very important. Imagine just going to work every day and all the sudden nobody noticed you. You've been working for a company for ten years. You still stuck. You see all the people just going up and down but your values and change anything. No even your boss notices that you've been been there for twenty years or ten years. You know why. I heard this morning. That a lot of people are har- for work. They their value is a slow are saving money gang so thinking. If you're working for some someone else right think that you're there for them to just just a simple task that you've been paid for that service so your value is equal right to that surfer. Therefore equals money by the end. So yeah the first one. You do not feel valley could be. You gotta work. Nobody cares. go board nobody noticed. Yeah so then you confidence start going low right then you motivation to us do things non existent right. That's what it is next one. You are emotionally exhausted. Gay emotionally exhaust. That means let me tell. Let me just give you what it is right. This is basically you spending a lot of energy in things that you should not be spending on k. And let me give you an example. When i used to just teach piano back in the day i would just you know force myself right to teach students that they've been lied to play the piano or anything about music so me. Being forced to teach student didn't care really drain my soul. Every time that i would just go back to my house. I feel tired. I didn't want to do a lot of stuff. I didn't wanna move. So that was the reason i was. I was being drained so so that means by the end of the day i was exhausted. Didn't wanna work didn't want to work on my stuff. But they didn't want to play piano. Didn't want to do a lot of stuff so therefore i was completely tired. Imagine just now doing this every day. Right let's say that you do something that you didn't don't like or very demanding emotionally in you have been you. Have you have been doing this for years. That as up right that means for the in whatever used you have left or jeers accumulated it becomes wanting that that it just in exhaustion experience exhausted experience. Therefore you cannot do anything else besides that. Could you expand all those important emotion that you needed right. You put it into something that didn't didn't deserve in the first place. Hey are emotions faucet. That's the second one now. Let's go to the third one. Laugh loss of motivation at work and this happened because of the first one game. So when you're gonna val valuable enough ryan you start losing motivation of work gay when you wanna be lessened. Nobody wanna hear you when you give your hundred percent but nobody cares. Used debt to just be like a plant. Basically you still lose motivation when things are not happening like you wanted right. You start loosening motivation. All those things start to just piling like crazy and you started listening motivation. Why it just for the simple fact that you're not getting a reward from that so there's no reason to have a motivation. I place that makes sense to work is not something that just done because he needs to be done. I understand this reason. Sometimes that you have to do work to just develop some skill and more importantly at the moment are important and you need to learn to experience to move forward but when we're when there's no reward to have the job in the first place you will you're gonna start lose motivation especially when you having on Compensations ryan this is a commission base mentality from your work and this is wrong because motivation is just an emotion that just triggered the first The first respond to us take action but sometimes motivation is just disappear when you don't see yourself moving forward even the you're working as hard as you can gain so that's a very important one. That lost motivation at work game. Make sure that you understand why you are in that work and why you're doing your job and where you heading towards for and that what you don't lose that motivation okay.

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"tom brown" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"tom brown" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Who's Tom and Jerry? Come on. Come on, They make ice cream. I mean, she's not gonna make ice cream delicious. Sure. So what's that stuff all day? Have a movie That's get ready. Come out. That's what he just said. That's not pretty excited, and we can't go to anybody else. That is true. But I do know who Tom Who's Tom Brown Compton. You see Tom Brady today? They did it like a boat. Kind of it's you know, it's Tampa. So they got ocean and water and it's nice. So they were outside and they did a They went through the canals there that the Buccaneers and he threw the Lombardi Trophy from boat to boat. Tom Brady said To me, hey, doesn't care that he can't hear. I don't think he cares. Beautiful Wife is amazing kids and all of his rings in his ears and money. He's fine. Oh, goodness. Well, we've got a lot to get to in a little bit. So the old the poor, the average Joe not getting the vaccine in Arizona, even though one million vaccine shots, which is great, but can we do more for the people who are older, and they don't have a computer? Don't know how to use one and no one to help them so That's coming up. Um, did you hear the big Did you? Did you get the latest conspiracy theory about the cove in 19 vaccine because some of the old ones air like now, Is this a side effect or no, No, no conspiracy theory. Because the side effects are going to get is a headache. You might get some aches You might get. You know, little joint pain. You'll be fine. Okay. That means the vaccine's working. You're fine. But no conspiracy theory, because if you talk conspiracy theory, what is that that a chip is going to be put in you? What are some of the other Y favorite one is that it's going to alter your DNA's So you no longer are human. Believe in God. Oh, okay. Well, this one comes out of Iran, which has nothing well above board in everything. So there's an Iranian cleric who thinks the vaccines going to do something to you and Iranian cleric might have just dropped the prize and Iranian cleric had just grabbed the prize and Iranian cleric might have just dropped the prize. The.

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"tom brown" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"We. . Add talking to Daniel rose spree who for one year and three months has been the designer at scalp rally in Paris. . which actually makes him one of the new standard bearers of couture and the seems like a very interesting moment to be talking about couture with Daniel Apart from the fact that he has many interesting opinions. . I. . Is this seems to me a moment when. . People of. . Reassessing fashion at people have people looking at a people are searching for new ways to on lake fashion relevance and give it meaning on. . Make it sustainable <hes>. . and. . These and other issues to a very large degree. . Addressed by couture implied unexpected ways. . So. . Daniel Welcome. . And I would. . Like to ask you right off the bat, , what did a couture mean to you in your? ? Evolution, , as a designer. . Did to me for missile that. . <hes> I think it. . It meant to me probably what it means to everybody who studies or loves fashion it was really. . kind of the goal of fantasy I always have visions of Lakota <unk>. . That kind of even like Carl from the ninety s like that was when I really started to notice fashion and it was through couture that I became obsessed with fashion but it was really I would say probably this idea of fantasy that this. . Unreal. . Level of luxury in beauty that was almost like beyond a human level in a way that was meant to me. . And you were. . Working fashion for how many years. . ULTA GASOL, , this'll be my. . Eleventh twelve. . Year? ? Yes when did couture? ? Assert itself as sort of you know fantasy fodder for you. . Say it again. . To to assert itself as this kind of. . Fantasy fodder for you when did you? You ? were working for Tom Brown? ? For let time on. . On, , very, , very rigorous ready to wear that really shifted the boundaries ready to. . Right. . Right. . I mean. . Tom My experience Tom was so I mean and you know this better than most people like so. . Would he was doing in New York? ? was groundbreaking and really was not even some of the shows in that was hitting I. . Loved about Thomas Some shows were really ready to wear, , and some shows were really not ready to wear at all and you know I think that it it was approaching as close to could tour process as you could get as far as the. Rigor. . . I remember when season that we did, , you know where he came to me, , it was the first woman show in Paris and he had had. . An idea he came to me. . He said he wanted to the entire show made out of tool, , the entire collection,

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Daniel Roseberry on Taking on Schiaparelli

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Daniel Roseberry on Taking on Schiaparelli

"We. Add talking to Daniel rose spree who for one year and three months has been the designer at scalp rally in Paris. which actually makes him one of the new standard bearers of couture and the seems like a very interesting moment to be talking about couture with Daniel Apart from the fact that he has many interesting opinions. I. Is this seems to me a moment when. People of. Reassessing fashion at people have people looking at a people are searching for new ways to on lake fashion relevance and give it meaning on. Make it sustainable and. These and other issues to a very large degree. Addressed by couture implied unexpected ways. So. Daniel Welcome. And I would. Like to ask you right off the bat, what did a couture mean to you in your? Evolution, as a designer. Did to me for missile that. I think it. It meant to me probably what it means to everybody who studies or loves fashion it was really. kind of the goal of fantasy I always have visions of Lakota That kind of even like Carl from the ninety s like that was when I really started to notice fashion and it was through couture that I became obsessed with fashion but it was really I would say probably this idea of fantasy that this. Unreal. Level of luxury in beauty that was almost like beyond a human level in a way that was meant to me. And you were. Working fashion for how many years. ULTA GASOL, this'll be my. Eleventh twelve. Year? Yes when did couture? Assert itself as sort of you know fantasy fodder for you. Say it again. To to assert itself as this kind of. Fantasy fodder for you when did you? You were working for Tom Brown? For let time on. On, very, very rigorous ready to wear that really shifted the boundaries ready to. Right. Right. I mean. Tom My experience Tom was so I mean and you know this better than most people like so. Would he was doing in New York? was groundbreaking and really was not even some of the shows in that was hitting I. Loved about Thomas Some shows were really ready to wear, and some shows were really not ready to wear at all and you know I think that it it was approaching as close to could tour process as you could get as far as the. Rigor. I remember when season that we did, you know where he came to me, it was the first woman show in Paris and he had had. An idea he came to me. He said he wanted to the entire show made out of tool, the entire collection,

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"tom brown" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on KCRW

"To start off the set, CR I with never really get me their features. Jesse McCormick. And classic Tom Brown underneath the Nova from another shade of bronze. I'm role complicity on W and so much to get to still trying to squeeze in a few of these Before the top of the hour. You work from eels. Phoenix And up next, the new one from Father John Misty case here. W K C R w Sponsors include Apple News Plus Los.

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"tom brown" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"Well Yeah I could see that Nah from. The perspective of non-military man thinking like I could see how if you're kind of taking orders and following those orders as you should because that's your job. But you're not necessarily agreeing with them when you're when you're outside of that situation or finally released from that situation, you might seek the opposite. Let me ask you this and I'm not trying to ask you to impugn anything. But what kind of is it bureaucratic? Is that what was driving you nuts about the decision making? Is that the bureaucracy of military or yeah I mean. In the beginning of. The. War on terrorism. Units were deploying constantly. You literally come back from deployment and it was normal to pcs or move to another unit, and then with the military was doing back then people from one unit that just go backward. Into, another unit that was about to deploy. So these guys were deploying constantly and they got burned out and tired of it's a lot of them that could do job on the outside. We're smart enough to got out and did something else lot of the crappier leadership stayed in the military and they rose up through the ranks and you have this culture of toxic leadership. And They were all just looking for their next promotion and not worried about. Their guys underneath them. Now is the biggest thing is watching decisions being made for personal gain. Preservation of their own career versus the guy's Ernie you. That's something you expect to see maybe in some some parts of the private world private industry but. Those of us who are idealist like to think that in something as important as the military maybe that's not gonNA happen. But humans are involved right so It's going to happen. So what was your first knife design that that you come back you start making knives was the one that broke through for you. So, actually I. Came back from deployment and I had started on a knife that was a lot like. The. Tom Brown tracking knife. Very similar to the one seen movie the hunted. And that was just for myself for my own benefit in something that I want to make, and I'm pretty sure Mayo actually threw that away because I know I left in his shop in disappeared. And that was back in two thousand thirteen. I'd actually had a notebook or binder that I started drawing sketches in and. Had A lot of fireball whisky one night and was just drawing stuff. Woke up the next morning as flipping through the binder and. opened up pages solace design that drama I didn't remember drawing till I looked at it and that that actually became the first folding nights that I made. I showed it to thaw. Mayo, and he liked it. Did some research online confined anything similar to his a went into like a collaboration where he was making it and putting my name on it? Me Twenty five of. That was sort of late night I saw in the door. That's that's quite a foot in the door. Explained describe people. Who Tom Mayo's. To me. Tom Is SORTA DAD to me. But I would say is more like my wife says he's On Dennis, the medicine he's. The guy that I can't think of his name. But. No we we have a really good relationship kind of always giving each other crap but. These. Give me a lot of mentor ship over the years and. Helped me out a lot and quite a different, quite a few ways. If I didn't have Tom as a mentor. When I started off there, I would be five to ten years behind worry now. To those who might not know who he is. And I don't know. A lot about Tom. Mayo. But I do know that his knives our our our is folding knives are very useful, simple, and just. Clean Paragon of the of the I mean they're they're the state of the art. If you will I, know a lot of custom knife makers are custom knife collectors really covid his work and I have to admit I've never have never held one. I've only appreciated them from afar like your knives. But what what kind of things have you learned from him as it the whole craft learn everything about the art from him or is it more? A. Spiritual download that from him I, mean he taught me all the basics that Anita's it on how to make a folder That's on the first. Day a design model that he made. It was just my flagship Marlboro Art thirty three. The first one that we made we went through. Start off in plexiglas based off of my design. And once we had prototype in Plexiglas. I started grinding out and titanium. And Steel, and then that was. That was raped before had to deploy to Korea, in January twenty fifteen. and. I had probably eight or nine months in. Twenty fourteen to finish it and I I was. Afraid to grind the blade mess it up. I had much grinding at that point. So I gave it to him to finishing actually finish it right before I left and changing things up on it but He basically taught me. The mechanics of creating a folder and why things are the way they are on a holder? What makes what makes it good and what makes it reliable? So, resulting from that would would you how would you describe style of your work? I. I'll do anything from an inbetween Tom Mayo getting closer towards mix. Charter My real extra style and that's What I've always wanted. To wanted to take my business. But he definitely does way nicer stuff. A lot of likely This punk styles thins he does. So I, I would say probably fall somewhere in between do. But so so you would say tactical but. I mean, I don't mean to put words in your mouth. Would you call them tactical knives before I contained Not Really, I mean, it's for me. It's hard to define what tactical means as a folder because. In my mind as a young soldier in the army something tactical was. I would just go buy something that looked like Rambo's knife. Carry carried a lot of syrup stuff. When I was younger. So to me, that was like tactical. Do something simple something with a matte finish In like FDA ear green or black something like that. So I would say the stuff that I make is more along. My collector style..

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"tom brown" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Term Okay Okay The other thing is just honestly get the word out that you've got local mad and online scheduling and you can basically do it from anywhere. So however, you're staying in touch with your your patients whether it's through emails social media. Blogs anything. Make sure they know that you can do online scheduling and again. If, you're sending out email blasts make sure your including that link because you're looking for a phone call. You're really looking for them to book an appointment so. On other thing, you can do you can put it on the provider profile. Because they're looking up the doctors and seafood are going to St. so why not have that right there make it easy. You just you just they just read your provider profile a fell in love with you. Why make it hard for them to find a place to book in point just click the button come meet me. I will get going. In. The last of the twelve ways we talk about is Updating your paper touch points can interesting because most people wouldn't think of because this is a digital medium. You can't press a piece of paper and book an appointment. So some people forget to put it on their media and really anything that you're that you're sending out again, any way the patient is getting in touch with you whether it's a business card, a brochure or any of that make sure you're including a note or a message that says, Hey. Go to our website. You can book online easy as booking a flight. Something to that effect Saly no. So I I think. If if practices are using all twelve of these, they're seeing a huge huge gain from a productivity standpoint. At the front desk because again, think about that. Even if you're just getting, you know fifteen or twenty appointments through local on a on a monthly basis. That's twenty times eight. That's three hundred, sixty phone calls so. Basically seven days of the month for somebody. Excuse me. To just be making those phone calls. So pretty cool way to look at it plus it's helping your your your practice grow end the other thing. Would it what it shows to your patients especially because there's other connecting with you, it gives them. The perception that you have the cutting edge technology and all areas because this is the first thing they're actually connecting with you to make that appointment. So it puts them in a good frame of mind. Yeah you're absolutely right. Okay. So then that is what we can do right now. So for anybody listening who has local matter doesn't have local you can always get local that, and then we can implement all of these ideas. I believe have a an article right on this like in case, anybody wants to read it as a matter of fact we do and I will send it to you and we will make sure we can get out. It's called the twelve ways to get the most out of local men. So we'll make sure that you have it. We can get it up on your website in any of the listeners can just download it, and so they have it right in front of them. Some good. And going to be perfect. Okay. So that's what we commute apply. Say. There was one other thing that we've been talking about for about the last few weeks that I wanted to share with your listeners if you have just another couple of minutes. Is going to be the statistics. That's what I wanted to get into right now. It's going to be what's coming is fall yes. Yes. This is okay. Let's get into that. Okay. So everybody is scrambling to get back up and running with their productivity right now, and it is actually a great time industry because you really see people pulling together as teams and everybody feels like, okay we're all going in the same direction we're working together. We know we have to work extra hard to make up for two months and all this and everybody's head down at down really focusing on what they need to do today, which is great. However. There's another big thing about the happen in the fall a lot of people are thinking. And that's this Michael When winner, most of your hygiene appointments booked when you're at a dental practice, it's when they came in for their hygiene appointment and then they book it out six months and eighty to eighty five percent on average is booked for six months later. Well. Practices weren't doing hygiene appointments at the end of March, all of April and into may so there is a two months gap now. So I'm going to recommend all of your listeners. Look at your hygiene schedule for end of September October early. November. What people are finding, it's freaking them out is it's empty or maybe not completely empty, but instead of having eighty to eighty, five percent of it already filled, and now you're trying to fill holes. Now. The only thing is there's probably ten to fifteen percent, and now they have to get eighty to eighty five percent of it failed. I think about all the things we talked about. Especially, if it takes eighteen phone calls on average to book a single appointment. You've now got the fill two months almost or eighty percents. We did some math on the dental side here and An average a practice will probably have to fill about four hundred appointments that they don't normally have to fill because of this. So think about four hundred times eighteen at seven, thousand, two, hundred phone calls if you're able to hire somebody to make. Phone calls a day and do nothing else which practices don't usually have that leeway. You're looking at a hundred and forty four days to get this done. So it's not gonNA happen like that. You need to have an automated way to get an appointment book and get scheduled and you wanna be able to have a way to get that information how to everybody very quickly, and that's one of the things local men also offers is when you're sending them a an email or a widget contractually direct them to schedule after. A certain time. So put in September Fifteenth twenty third or whenever wherever that gap was, and now you can have your schedule filled up in more of an automated way. So to me right now, in this whole Cova world we're living in right now this might be the biggest return on investment that local has ever been able to provide and our average without even this forty four to one. So this is going to go through the roof. Wow Wow. Okay. So then What do you? What are you seeing practices doing right now to? Kind of like, I guess combat that. Well the first thing is awareness second thing is is really Understanding how to market and get people's attention, and now they're scheduling not for the next week or two weeks. But now they're scheduling during that period of time. So you're sending out campaigns through facebook In any of the other I love your ideas with the ground marketing you're going out into the community and your booking the appointments at the events. Making a tablet with you and you just set it up. So you've got that schedule. A what openings you have from the middle of September through the middle of November, and there's more of a focus on that I. think as soon as there's an awareness that's out there. Now you can do some directed marketing target marketing to fill up that schedule so. We don't have that happening at the end by the way if it doesn't get fixed and you kind of fall off a cliff from hygeine perspective at the end of September through November. What's going to happen six months later? So now you're going to have the same thing happened again at the end of March April and May, next year because it's cyclical. Right now is the time to come back. Okay, that's really good advice really really good advice Tom. So if anything if any of our listeners when reach out to you pick your brain a little bit more talk to you about local man, how can they find you? Can Find US on local Matt Dot com slash dentists, or they can call us at eight eight..

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"tom brown" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"And several smaller insurance companies to where. We will put the local met which and actually they do it The insurance company I'm their director. So again, thinking that we know that over eighty percent of new patients are GonNa go to see if you're a network with their with their shirts will while they're on the page right there. We've got the local MED widget. It's part of the provider profile on those directories and they can click at and boom there booking an appointment immediately. Just anytime, you can take a step out of the process or two steps or three steps. You're going to see an increase in the number of people that are scheduling with you but also how much time again does that save you each one of these things that we're talking about Think about every time. SOMEBODY BOOKS IN APPOINTMENT LOCAL MED. It just saved you eighteen phone calls. Yeah. It's pretty amazing. Yeah. So when it comes to the insurance companies that have, let's just say. I accept like you know the Insurance Concordia and all the ones that you mentioned and then but I don't have local Med does it still correlate somehow or no? You asked aboard both ways. If, you don't have local MED, they won't. You won't have a legit on there's on the directory. So you have to have local mad to have the wicked did on the directory is a matter of fact of Concordia, actually we got they got so much positive feedback that may've actually if you're a local customer and you're on their directory, 'cause your network, they'll bump you to the top of the page in search results because it's been so easy for their patients to book. So active, even free seal 'cause you're jumping to the top of the page. So it's pretty cool I mean that alone makes local met worth by the way I think most of your. Of Your listeners that have local MED Wow okay. Okay. So then By any chance do you know the numbers or the stats of like someone? Who Does Ha- let's just say. I Have Concordia right and then I do someone who does have local men and someone who doesn't the Conversion rate. I do not have those Andy and I don't WanNa just recite something that I'm not sure of, but you're you're generally going to see probably ten to fifteen percent increase in the number of people that you're getting out of the the the patients that are going to the directory, and so there's there's a lot of demographics involved in that has we. Don't direct people to the insurance company or the insurance directories. It was really a matter of WHO's looking in a what geography and what those Dan Graphics look like but you're going to see an uptick and by the way just so you know this, the the people that have local men know this that we track it. So it comes from United Concordia. We have a report that comes out and tells you where it's coming from. Is it coming from your website? Is it coming from ACE books? INSTAGRAM? Is it coming from United Concordia? So, you'll be able to tell what you're. Our ally is on each one of these different. Channels to get a patient book as you want you to know, we want you to know where you should be marketing and how you can help any save time, but also grow your practice. Man That's really like. It Kinda to me I'm saying this because you guys are the sponsors the to the podcast but like. To me I feel like it's Shows like local meds kind of like. Really cares you know what I mean like you're on top of it because you decided to reach out to to the insurance companies me like let's make this avenue quicker faster easier for everybody for the doctors in for the. For the patient, right when it comes to the insurances because Birmingham working into practices. And I was like office manager tons of people said like, Oh, I just looked you up my insurance and I can you know make an appointment? So I called you and that was it right. But if you can do without the calling, you can just do it i. mean there's two ways there's only two ways right? You can call them or you can get online and now have both ways. So that's awesome. We'll end it is huge because I know a lot of. We put a lot of time and effort in AB testing to get the user interface. Correct. So the patient has a very smoothing the experience wants a click the widget, right? So Just making it so they have to fill out his little information as possible. So it's a quick process, but also to the practice gets all the information they need the contact information insurance and stuff to make sure that whole thing goes smoothly because it's easy and convenient, and we live in a a convenience motivated world right now. Right. But we went above and beyond that like you say because it's not just once they get to the widget. But where are they looking for you all the places that were just talking about right now if it's right there where they can do it think about if you want it, he will you probably don't remember this Mike. It when you wanted to make a phone call before cell phones, you literally had to walk into a room with a phone it. If you were driving around, you had to find a a payphone Now everybody walks around with their cell phone in their hand. Think about that in this terms when you want to book an appointment wherever basically you are you can book that. Point, we could as you being found in so many different ways as a practice and not just your website really anywhere the patient is looking, and then of course, they can book it on that cell phone, but they're finding you anywhere. They're they're kind of looking for you, which is Kinda. Cool with makes it a lot more convenient and easy for people in. So in that way. There is more oral healthcare and dentistry being done because there's not as many barriers to make that happen that make sense definitely definitely makes tons of sense. Okay. So then that's with the insurance what other ways can we start using located right now? patient forms so The there's a link on the widget that you can put a link to your patient forms. So they can fill them out before they get to the practice. So if they're online forms, they can be filled out or even if you just direct them to a place where they can download them and fill them out, it's saving time with the patient in the office, which is really important. Now because with the whole social, distancing most people are having to wait out in their cars until they're ready to commence, you don't have the option to have somebody come in fill out all the paperwork because I don't want to sit in your waiting room with a mask. So that's another interesting way that local matters helping now than is we've had that for a long time but in this particular case with this old pandemic happening, it's.

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"tom brown" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"How's it going mad. I am doing fantastic Michael End likewise always love talking to you which we have the chance to get together hopefully, that'll be coming soon again but I think we're all making the most of it, right? Yeah. We're definitely trying to make. The most of it I know like all the time I know you guys are super used to going to like events and traveling all the time you know. Shaking hands and kissing. Babies but. I kind of had to not do that bird goes kissed the baby's right. Yeah I know yeah. Goes there too but awesome Tom. So what I want to talk to you about and I want to pick your brain is About local MED. But how can we save time right now throughout this throughout all this kind of craziness that's happening I mean none of us really ever experienced this before right how to keep moving forward the problems that maybe the statistics and the data's showing for the near future and a couple of months and what we can do right now for all the local measures because we have a lot of listeners, your local Medi users and potential local met users what can they be doing right now to to get the most out of their local men? Fantastic. Glad that you just asked that we. We know right now that all the practices are really scrambling to get back up to their productivity because everybody was closed down for two months. So I just WANNA draw everybody's attention everybody listening to this their attention to schedule an appointment. It seems like a really easy thing when you're thinking about it, but it's not because you're trying to call them usually while they're at work, you're at work. So it takes like six sls to get in touch with somebody. That wants to schedule an appointment. This is after they went on to schedule an appointment. But. Only one out of the three of those by the time you get in touch with them actually scheduled appointment. So it's basically eighteen phone calls in order to get in touch with somebody. So I'd like to focus on that today with you Michael Fatso came talk about. The different ways you can avoid those eighteen phone calls to get an appointment book said sound good. Yeah. Definitely. Let's get into that. Perfect so. The key thing here. Being wherever the patient is looking for you. So you can book an appointment and that's obviously we're local mega comes into play because they can book an appointment online directly as as your listeners know there's different things you can do with local met different places you can put it obviously, you gotta put the widget on your website because a lot of people are going to go directly there and that seems to be a no brainer. One of the things though that's working out really well especially now because everybody's got reschedule all those missed appointments for two months. Is. Your patient communications, your recalls and reminders. So you can actually put a link local men link right in your patient communications email in taxed. So think about that instead of having to make those called somebody's getting email, it's eight o'clock at night while I got a book I got a book that appointment with my dentist and then they wake up in the morning in their life happens in the forget. About it right and then the that doesn't get booked. Now, they can just click on a button right in that email at eight o'clock at night at schedule that appointment, and now you're eliminating those five or six or eighteen phone calls just to get that one appointment. Have you seen people that are using it like that? Michael Yeah like I I've seen people right now multiple ways that are using it. but one of the main ways yet through. Their website and so forth. Her perfect well nextway. Obviously, I'm putting it on your Google business page. Once people are looking you up, even if you get a referral, they're they're looking you up online somehow the easier you can make a schedule. The more appointments are going to be booked. So you don't even have to let them go to your website by putting it on the Google business page. That's another way. Another way a facebook. Lot of success with people using it on facebook because the dental practices that are the most successful are really a part of their community and everybody interacts on facebook in their community. So using it not just having it on your facebook page which you definitely should. But when you're engaging with your patients, make sure that you've got a link there and you can even track campaigns lot of times dental practices put together promotions like teeth, whitening, get ten percent off or something like that. You can actually have a widget specific created and then track the results of that marketing campaign to see. Okay. What am I patiently most interested in so you'll see which ones are working in which ones art. When it comes to when it comes to adding it on like the Google Business Page and facebook is simple as just like going to the description and copying and pasting link there. It literally is and we send out if you if your local customer right now and you haven't done land. Contact support at local Matt Dot Com and ask them hey, can you send me the Info on how to put it up on facebook? I get doctors tell me hey I'm not super technical as it's going to be difficult and then literally go call me back or I'll see them in conference Okay well, that couldn't have been any easier. It's literally just. You're good to go you really simple gotcha. Gotcha. Okay. So let's Google my business and facebook. Definitely if you I mean if you're active on facebook if you're posting anything base but definitely I would recommend you have that. That Lincoln there the what's the next one? The next thing again in this goes to this time people been using this for a while but it's really helpful right now because of all the extra work that has to be done to get everybody rescheduled. So we're advising the practices put a message on your answering machine that says, Hey, if you're looking to schedule an appointment, we now have real time online scheduling just go to our website or your face you can direct. Directly to your website.

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"tom brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"tom brown" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Our number three of the rich Eisen show on the air we've had quite a lively first couple of hours discussing all the news that went down now while we were on vacation last week and obviously the Astros cheating scandal is just getting bigger and bigger and bigger Jeff passing of the S. P. and join us in our number one to discuss that just had a nice chat back in our green room with Peter Gallagher one of the stars of NBC's new programs use extraordinary playlist it's quite an extraordinary programme in its own right and he'll be joining us here shortly I do believe he's gone a story about playing hockey with the New York Rangers and golfer Jack Lemmon okay so these are all things that we're we're gonna hear sold a lot of fun eight four four two oh four rich is the number to dial here on the show during the commercial break I always sneak a peek at the old twitterverse the totem sheen and god do the NFL Twitter account just tweeted out is the twenty year anniversary of Tom Brady's combine working today to day twenty years ago he strolled out of the old teacher Asian or combine shirtless photo of all time fifth for all the wrong reasons well you know and and you know Roger Goodell put a stop to that you know the releasing of the what once television understanding and workshop yeah but twenty years ago today is where Tom brown my gosh and ran slow and and did it and that's oh oh five to eight well yeah relatively speaking out the greatest of all time combine work out today nobody in that building and any idea on our planet up on the screen right now six foot four and change two hundred eleven pounds QB one all yeah Brady comity there is up on the screen right six four and three quarters two hundred eleven pound and and it's six Superbowl rings and potentially counting in a that guy what a story unbelievable and and again what I'm hearing around people like Hey guess you know ours yes I saw here guess who I saw there guess was working out here Tom Brady yeah okay and I'm like did he give any indication they're all like you know what the sense I got he's coming back it's not going anywhere the Brady was posted on Instagram earlier today yeah I was like work out with his wife and then he's skiing at thank speaking of running and working out your wife I was working out with suse just yesterday presence they work out I fill in where I am I got down and I started I started the this is the first time we're actually put my fingers in the turf okay two weeks out right less and less than eleven days from as when I'm running okay I think Levin told a run rich run and it's all dot com slash run reason because you know we can bet on this just saying this so insane that people can actually bad what is the actual line right now as we see if I can find it I'm assuming the ambulances means places are not on the shore they're not they're they're not they're not on the shore or not and they're not in land either of these places right correct so thinks he's the location of these places these places they're not on the shore and they're not inland as well correct no line yet on no line forty two it's usually six all one oh two I'd love to know who sets the line on to what circumstances they don't know my diet they don't know my regimen they don't know anything well they're just going on past performance but yesterday run another forty in your soup yesterday and I shall we there's a lag I'm gonna shell well the yesterday the great Peter park who also trains Michael Thomas Giancarlo Stanton I'm on months going around here he we we went over we found I I'm I'm a I'm a switch up which leg I'm starting with all really breaking news I mean that's a big change now this far down the line to change this far into the game that's a big change the big chain okay we're teaching I've never started with this foot it's a new foot that I'm starting with okay beta right now I'm feeling good plantar fascia is not barking at me too much want to draw the baseball one while you're did not fall on your money for the last thing I'm gonna do for my run is take training advice from Mike even aware understand that we all understand that I understand thank you Joe.

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"tom brown" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Of the but the port a Johns that exists now in around these major races there were there were a handful in Hopkinton and as the race started to grow it was putting pressure on the local community so the board of selectmen appointed a committee I walked into the meeting guys like Tom brown part of the brown family said you know somebody on a chair this group and he looks to me said here's a new guy in town I was there's a new guy in town let him do it so we we built that that marathon committee but in nineteen eighty two historians will remember that the VA was almost lost to an attorney was almost sold quite frankly that monster that launched protracted a set of legal activities then will call the was not reelected as president would be a and I was asked to get it to participate I'm a be a management committee the team that put the committee to put on the marathon and ended up being the race director for a couple years turn off during a rather turbulent time final experience learned a lot some of those relationships that were created then still exist and I mention Ambien bill Rogers and people like that who have had the privilege to the long standing relationships now so we got through that the race was stabilized because it almost went under well stabilized and then Hancock moved in and you have the sort of the new era but the privilege of being involved in that transition what's up I mean something obviously I'll never forget thank god thank goodness it it did not go under thank thank goodness yeah in it it was it was it was at rest when when the when the but that was almost sold and I use that word you know what in the in the broadest sense it almost was it would have been hello the the entity would have been held essentially privately that would change the whole dynamic of the race and they're a bit and is you know this this this Boston Marathon ages this despite a lot of other external pressures and I think that's the most phenomenal part of the of the Boston Marathon yes it's history yes of course is run it's it's run on but also the the how it's survived the trauma this over the years of this certain things beyond their control war war that sort of thing and of course the bombing a few years ago and this is buried in the in the eighties when when the race was in jeopardy that's to me that the the untold story but that's the real backbone of the that yeah absolutely and and so the the twenty six point two foundation he you know the foundation has installed statues okay all in Hopkinson around Hopkins and how many statues have you installed we've got four in this all started in conjunction with a hundred anniversary of the Boston Marathon obviously we had some makes I've had some experience with a BA in were well aware of of the historic nature the hundred year anniversary and with the support of the BA in the real strong endorsement of support from Hopkinton selectmen we created what was then the Hopkinton athletic association we did a lot of local programming but we very very quickly a few years later would be and understand that this association had a more global potential it was bigger than that just popped intent we changed our name we reorganized the board would change the names of twenty six point two foundation and begin to do some S. outrage we have a very close working relationships with several marathon the marine corps marathon is one the Athens marathon Clinton has a sister city relationship with Merrill Lynch most importantly we had a we we we had we developed a vision and that vision to create an international marathon center and that international marathon center would be yes the museum yes hall of fame but more importantly a focal point for global merit signing in also the programs around education in the education part is very very expensive indignant the possibilities are go beyond running obviously into fitness there is a nutrition and then the historical value of the race in historical nature of the sport of americana I don't think I don't think many people really understand that it didn't really have the border the the the spiritual brother napping goes back the four ninety BC in the battle of marathon in and was what then introduced as long distance race was introduced in the first modern Olympics eighteen ninety six to nineteen ninety seven to be a brother divorce Boston so this entity this international marathon center is is let's get serious potential really has the potential of creating a global network using the marathon as a base hi yeah that's awesome that's awesome I and I think I think you're right I think that yeah not enough people know know all about the history and everything and it's so important to to share that and yeah that's awesome so where can the working people learn more about the Bobbi give up projects and and help out with fundraising well you know the I'm happy to say the fundraising part is we we're we're pretty close to declaring victory in the end clothing closing that portion of the project dot I'm very proud of that.

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"tom brown" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

16:09 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on KCRW

"Tom brown. Meghan. We just need some. Watching that. Doc. Sleep. Continue making the. When you safely. Jeez. So you Heidi. Under the cheese. The desert is not tasteful kid. Swoop other kids, as we'll let you take the as in the mind. The festival. Next second co. Thank you. Caused. Some will. As. Me. Next kinko. Good. Thank me. Thank you. When a heroes. Ten. All. Nece. Moose. On so clear. Echo passengers. Trai. Reflection. Strand. All game. Tripton. Grains. With winds comes. Every season. Has. Three. Mass. Trafton. Rings. Uh-huh. Ever sees? KCRW with music from allies.

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An Interview with Peter Gabriel

What It Takes

05:56 min | 3 years ago

An Interview with Peter Gabriel

"That. One of the first obstacles Peter Gabriel had to overcome on his way to start him was the disapproval of that fancy boarding school where he and his classmates formed Genesis. So guys. The sheet. Though benny. He talked about the band's somewhat subversive beginnings during his interview with Mary Jordan for the academy of chievements in two thousand eighteen there was a lot of discussion about whether we should continue with music in those other school. Now would be very proud of Genesis history. They want very supportive they sort of total rated a rogue group. And remember, my grandmother was told not to carry on playing and mixing with this reputable types. And so this was something that for us was really important because it was not quite Tom Brown's schooldays, but it was a formal English cool with discipline. Not a lot of compassion and the tighter the discipline the moon human nature wants to. Rebel against it. So music was alway in those film, Lindsay Anderson cold if which sort of catch it, I think the emotion of the experience stand up dresses Dresses you. you. Something indecent about you. Try to the way you slide about you think we'd unnoticed with your hands in your pockets the way you just sit looking at everyone you have become a danger to the morale of the whole house. You can take that cheap. It'll grin feel knife. The movie if is an icon of British counterculture, and it actually came out the very year. Genesis put out there. I Alba nineteen sixty eight they produced it during their summer break from school and called the album from Genesis to revelation. But the joke was lost on record stores that placed it in the religious music Benz. It would take a few more years for Genesis to break. Did you yourself as a songwriter or a singer? I so myself as the drama I and some writer. Yeah, we were planning to be summarizes. We didn't really want to be a group. The harsh reality of dreams of writing hits. Is that no one is interested in recruiting? So. We had to stop playing themselves. And then that evolved we in at wanted to explore different types of music. You know, it was the beginning of the sixties and. Merging different styles seem to us to be exciting thing and revolution Rian. So that's what we were trying to do. They were called folk blues mystical or progressive rock, sometimes art house rock did anyone influence you in songwriting music. So many people, you know, I think you instinctively absorbed from whatever you're hearing. You know, which is why my ten year is DeJean away to school. So if my next record sounds like Justin Bieber, you know, what? But it was arm be blues. So and the beat boom, you know, the Beatles were I was thirteen in ninety sixty three when I had love me do on the radio in the back of my parents call and I it's people don't think of the Beatles as sort of rough and revolutionary, but at that time, it was also of shelling by seeing sweet sounding songs and this rough tough ban sound in love me. Do was very very different love love meeting. Yeah. So please, please me was what the fest record our boat with my pocket money. But Otis Redding was the king for me. And I was lucky enough at seventeen to. To go down to the ram jam club in Brixton here on to a maybe three white faces that was the best gig of my life still to this day. Well, it was like the sun coming out just this womb. And then this amazing voice band generosity. You know? I mean Springsteen gives a ton when he performs, but but Otis Pinson. In my opinion. So it was just. Something else. I mean, I guess I was right. You know, I think what hits us hard. When was seventeen stays with us for life. And that was that was it

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"tom brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"A guy the veteran. Bentinck cabinet. He's carrying lillies shows. You know, what I'm saying the way, you know, better team, captain. And you know, we listen to him. No, he has. Has words what a lot of weight. You know, we says we listen the defensive players a lot of Tom Brown. The other night to talk about how those last two games don't sit well with them and still don't obviously that you guys use that right now in spring ball finish business. Anybody?.

Tom Brown
"tom brown" Discussed on Maybe It's You

Maybe It's You

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"tom brown" Discussed on Maybe It's You

"I don't know. There's there's I pages at the beginning where it was like, what makes you happy. What makes you unhappy? What are things you can change? All it was like a full interview as like, oh, I should sit down and do this and be thoughtful about it. And because that it's probably good to think about good to write down. Good to see that kind of thing. And then by the fifth of January, I hadn't done it, and I already and and then the next week when bicycle I was already a week through my journal, and I had written one thing in it because the kids of been home the whole time, and I hadn't done it. And I started already feeling like I was failing at this thing that I had done for me that was meant to be a positive thing for me that I already was feeling badly about. And I realized that that is a habit. I have where I. From no pressure externally. I set these. I said these goals for myself, knuckles, an expectation for myself to accomplish at a more productive or higher rate than I Cam. And if I were to actually be able to work at that rate. It would then be sacrificing any of the things I do for myself. Which I know this thing is for me also. But it would you know? I could fill out my pages, or I could get on the peleton or I could fill it my pages or I could go to the grocery store, or I that thing that I that I have this habit of because I'm high functioning and do and can do so much at once. I then create a world where I'm failing. So, and that's I can't break. So instead, I need pick a try to create a new habit. So I've had the conversation with myself because as a person who sober and and has been doing that one day at a time, which is the only way can do anything. I'm I'm a person who enjoys those kinds of regiments I like routine, right? If I can find the thing that I want to do and they will be the same every day. You know, the designer Tom Brown who really still only works in the same colors. He's worked in since the beginning, which are red blue white and gray with exceptions. He gets up every. Morning goes for run does the same restaurant has two eggs and a like and it's every day. But it, but it I love the idea of that. I love the simplicity of it. I I am a person who can and absorb a lot of the same things over number. I don't have to have a new thing. Every morning. I every meal doesn't have to be a decision. But. What I've realized from guys I Tom Brown. It's like, okay. I'm I'm responding that idea, but what's my version of it? Because I don't want to write the same thing every day. But I've found that I have I get up. An I meditate first thing in the morning almost every single morning for anywhere from ten minutes to an hour. Right. And then after that, I get to choose writing reading drawing and the writing can be anything I want to work on. And I do that for now. Our so that's been my habit for six or seven months now. And I I have an none of it's cooler in it. I don't have to get anything from it the writing I've read to you is all creative. But I've also done days where I've just journaled about myself, or I've done a thing where I wrote down everything I've ever heard anyone say about me bad. I wrote it all down. That's interesting and then feel. Why just kept writing it down when they like it was interesting because you're hurt your feelings to recollect it into to Donald. Because I exercise that thing. And you're like what my goal was how many like some of them kept coming up a couple of words down over and over again. So I'd write down. I would write down. Using your so sad. You seem so sad. You're so sad. You know, you're you seem anger mangoni. You're angry with me angry you met. Why? Are you mad at me? Like, I just would write them down semantically, and I put him on them as much as I could for probably about forty minutes. And then I just took a big red pen and put an extra when that's all over..

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