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"tom ventures" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

11:14 min | 9 months ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"But I'm whatever customer service and the best experience and the convenience because like would do it in one kit buy something and get her Delaware Many times Same Day or the next day which didn't happen in the past so I think consumers one thing these companies a church what consumers most valued today is The experienced the convenience customer service under so when you go why all of these together. That is definitely a win. Win Win situation. And that's exactly they are waiting and we are going and to a at the same time talking to both the OEM. Brian's as well as Dealers and also doing our best value to consumers excellent. Talk a bit about the team. You've assembled what sort of backgrounds through they bring to the table. I imagine some sure technologists while we also have some people that have been distri like yourself. Relevant industry experience somehow thought about building the team. Yeah I think it's a very very conscious decision. we consciously built in a way It's a it's a hybrid beam. I would say you have some of the best minds Technology minds we have some of the best engineers product managers and designers Coming from the high tech and software industry and the also consciously started hiding that dream the best off the automotive industry and many times more as well as the automotive courtesy itself so we over the period of time these targeted Smart near folic managers designers working with Spending a lot of fame In the ecosystem embiid the some awkward early partners like the. Oem's that type partner. The bus and also some other retailers the dealers In our own Where we're located Spend a lot of time to understand in the hallways be done today. Then finally whole the future would be something that I tell my team. constantly is all the fundamental has to be understood very well before we go and do something that is translated The way I tell you know when someone there was something you might be analogies as all when someone goes to home depot lowest to insert foot drill what they really are looking for Of course they're looking for drill but what they really want is not bill really. Want is the whole. They wanted to make a whole industry. They're looking for a drill. There's a better way to make a whole then. Yeah go do that and so I think understanding the end result. I think that's what we've been trying to do. So we have a B in particular that a hybrid lot of intimating product teams Sinus and then we've The fire some strong industry experts. You've been fortunate to have some phenomenal people. As part of the excellence and now that you have You've launched Talking about your plans going forward now you have an ability that you didn't have when you were in stealth mode to more as you're doing now in fact more concretely describing the value proposition of of the company That no doubt you're probably visiting with people you knew from your time in the industry To to become some of the early adopters of technology and so forth. What do you foresee for the year ahead as you more officially rolled out the business absolutely So couple of things go under chef so one is I think the stuff that you've been bringing into this industry Has Been I've been very Something that has been validated over the years by not the reading groups But at the same time The OEM Broncos. Well so we've had in the palm of not just validating work you're solving in industry but the The investments and partnership so Exxon which is the parent company of Fiat Chrysler? Brown's became a early investor. Smaller invested We of course have bigger venture capital foams which got thrown off index ventures and Tom Ventures and then Because what you're solid argument industry. It's a great validation get investments from the automotive brands so mentionable Xsara then Investment from Bmw and also got investments from the Meson Brenno and Mitsubishi Alliance and then Where did recently we got Investments on General Motors so we I'm extremely to me recently. That these are all more than the Catholics. Of course Happy about the capital. That helps us really build a business on Gillis but more than that I I Feel these other validations for what we are solving for For them to Yeah I think it's been a great partnership from the industry and we have some retail hoops. Also that has invested in Take you so. What do your friends do? Now it's all about stealing. We formed some phenomenally partnership so we have launched the platform very successfully If you go to take you on DOT COM or website. We have some very early summer testimony which phenomenal to have them. Thanks to those customers. Who being behind us and now. It's all about scaling so we've been building the teams have been signing up Lots of customers and The ramping up or things too globally Again I it's not the Matica but we have the Oberlin contests like quite a bit All over the country we are got planning and scheduling customers Product Lola so we have a big steel coming ahead of us this year and next year and onwards would be much much bigger. And if he'd be globalism excellence. I want to spare a few minutes. Jay on a topic unit. I've discussed in the past You alluded to earlier your experiences. It executive companies like VM. Ware Oracle I Tesla and I wonder. There's the obvious experience That you've gained a Tesla which no doubt educated you as you contemplated the opportunity that would become But I'd like to also explore your time as chief information officer in it executive and how that influenced your Your abilities is an entrepreneur. Founding this company as well and I and I asked you this of course because there are others you might be listening to this who would wish to follow in your footsteps and as you reflect on that. I'd be interested in your advice for them. Yeah thank you. Thanks for asking. We'll be happy to share. Might speed and says and I still feel a lot more to -CCOMPLISH starts now playing. I I might have mentioned this Earlier Peter Your two panels as well as CIO's executives are in a very unique position. And then I think many of the companies and some companies citing it is. They're all Is Very Limited but many companies. Do you want to be very very strong? Centralized leadership role. I think the unique advantage I was talking about is Cio's tonight the executives to most part have A strong disability breath you. I'm that off the business So they see what many other business executives don't see because business executives usually are vertical based they are this stanford executives focus sales likely. There would be focused on mount affects name but they don't have as much ability the in other areas of business They might north high level. But really don't know the operation for the business and that's where I feel the need to kind of an idea executive true idea like the CIO And and many companies I would say role Offer or CBO. Steve did something to keep me. Oh but all birds and that's where I heard are very unique. Opportunity at Tesla is phenomenal and definitely Be Grateful for the Opportunity. Being less learned working on is to get that opportunity to get disability across the business And have a strong view of how everything runs and US not only perspective War going badly. What can be improved in the business and truly the numbers? The mcpeek numbers a lot. And there's an opportunity for the idea executives and CIO's to make a difference in the business And quantitatively taught to The CEO or the border combination. To say you know what difference they can bring. Technology can bring to to the business. So that's it. I thought I heard a lot of learnings Over the years and I think luckily I've been on both sides of being in the Product Development and my this article and then I'm into an IBM Yamba and Jimmy Perspective of Different aspects of Of the of the industry as well as off of the business and I feel all of these over the years to step by step has been learning was able to apply one after the other so now I have a great opportunity apply. Everything I've learned from Arcadia Umberto. Best La so. Yeah I'm I'm Fortes grateful that wonderful well jae-in congratulations on the progress. That you've already made With techie. On Your your adventure and continued success as the full launches is ahead of you. This is an exciting time for you. Absolutely yeah I'm excited. Thank you. I appreciate the opportunity. Thanks for tuning in. Please join me next week. I guess we sing the chief executive officer of thought spot..

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"tom ventures" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:51 min | 9 months ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You just got to get the ball the whole somehow and on a day that was top conditions with a lot of wind infirmaries I I thought it was difficult to make a lot of birdies and I ended up saving some bars and made some good saves and then pulled out a couple to that's still Nicholson who is trailing by one shot going into the final round here at a public beach Tom's ventures here John address Mr six during chan and we're gonna take it up till seven o'clock tonight back nine to eleven three to five tomorrow and is part of that interview they were kind of kidding fill that that he almost sort of enjoy he's more of these sort of cosmic grounds where you know he he's doing the magician thing out there rather than you know you know to welfare ways you know fifteen green right and and twenty nine parts so it's it's it's with gifts and going to be such a character and and and it almost seems like he's bored with it sometimes it has to kind of spice it up and he said the phrase so you kind of get get the ball in the hole somehow well I think you did that come yeah Phil Mickelson A. K. A. Harry Houdini yeah exactly but John makes a great point you know fill it does not want to play the standard meat potatoes round of golf even if the costume shots at the exuberant city derives from making birdies and eagles and attacking a golf course at far out weighs you know the the thought of playing you know I like that you know the Faldo famous eighteen straight pars that Nick made to win the British open right Rick what you know Nick wins the the claret jug Phil would rather you know he's the same guy that is in the early two thousands try to skip a ball across the lake at bay hill to make an eagle on a par five that was a well one in a thousand shot in the final round right so he's a he's an interesting interesting guy that if memory serves if he wins tomorrow he's gonna tie Walter Hagen on the all time wins list which it Walter Hagen is is a famous name in the in the sport and and filled now you know he's top ten in the world in history I should say Mitch yeah I'm in with in total wins he's got five majors if he wins tomorrow he's going to actually get back up in the world rankings he had slept all the way to like I believe eighty six in the world now he bumps himself back in the top fifty U. S. opens in play that's been a big discussion certainly would fill play in the opener need to says I won't take a special exemption from U. S. J. I mean it doesn't matter right now he's just worried about getting in you know plan well to get ready for the masters hopefully playing the match play in a few weeks one thing I will mention I think as I spoke about this this morning in the history of the tour you have five different players five different men who have won a tournament one tournament six times or more right and then three of the five names are Snead Nicholas and would so right Ifill wins tomorrow that six here half a dozen that that be pretty strong you know John you were talking about how he likes to do the special things and I'm sure you guys remember the time when bones are still his caddy and there are other playing the ninth hole at sawgrass and Phil is in the left hand waste area and they're down in the waste area and bones is telling him don't go between those two trees taken around and you know all laid up and then you know knock around the green were in good shape so on and so forth he hasn't talked into it bones gets out of the waste area Phil hits it between the two trees right that they agreed not to and fills coming out of the waste area and bones is kinda hands on hips looking at him and Phil goes I know I know I just decided to dip with me I think you're right and I and I think the comment that it was made later in an interview was that bone says he only gets one veto a year or something and now fabulous broadcast right thank you yeah walking the fairways he's the inside he has is just awesome what one one time you tried to veto him in the British open and still wouldn't listen to me because no no the one veto was only in the U. S. they occur yeah I don't know if his brother Tim gets a veto it we haven't explored that angle it doesn't sound like it I read that you guys yeah yeah and we talked about this and it's been a big story not only this year but going back several several seasons where we've documented the Nicholson lineage here but his grandfather late grandfather was a caddy here in nineteen nineteen now you've got the the the the the brothers Nichols St you know working together in tandem coming off a victory member last year we were in very different circumstances far as whether we had we had a hail storm on Sunday it out because the delay which led to a Monday finish they still want to finish in the dark and get it in and and Paul Casey kinda slowed it down say Hey I've still got a chance to win here they fell I I don't think I want to rush this and and Phil actually changes mind said that was a smart move but he comes back Monday to play basically what two holes and get it in but yeah I mean it's just there's just a confidence here that the Mickelson has that it is innate you're chasing date we haven't talked a lot about chase in it was former number one ranked player in the world he's won a major championship is one the players but but his his poor back as just curtailed ME does not get the plan the president's Cup is in his homeland of Australia a few weeks back couple months back due to this achy back in and it's just something sounds like Johnny wakes up every day and has to deal with and they're all the unfortunate thing it never really goes away the cold weather doesn't help in and we we were kind of teasing but arts banner wrote a great column of the other day about how one of his solutions to all this is to blow up balloons in the morning in the gym so he jokes that I'd be great at children's birthday parties now no need to call in anybody else to get a machine but Jason's trying literally everything you can do to get his ribs aligning and get is you know is pelvic area loosened up in any whatever else you the tightness of the hips he's trying everything to feel better and now I hope that works out for because he's too good a player to be hurt this much bye bye may have to do that Tom I know you need to get going and and but I just I want to do one just popped into my head what if Phil Mickelson had not had Tiger Woods to deal with over these last fifteen eighteen years managing the record that Phil would have any rain question yeah and and you know that Ernie els and Vijay Singh and Davis love and then everyone from that generation wonders the same thing what whatever I got times it by acts and that's what it would have been in you know I still make this point and we talk to Doug Ferguson this morning from the Associated Press today's player who idolize tiger has been befriended by am so that relaxes you that gets you a great said he's my body you know he's welcomed me into his world he was so in the zone for all those years would not be friends with anybody or very few out here who are particularly his main competitors like the names we just mentioned now it's buddy buddy I'm I'm I'm inspired by and he there inspiring me don't be fooled tiger still wants to be G. on Sundays and and you can cost yourself history by letting him do that now he might be better than you anyway but to have the mind so that you can be and I think Phil was one of the few that knew we had the talent to compete with tiger but the level that would play from say ninety nine through two thousand eight it me was on parallel history at all out nobody was going to be out yeah right actually great stuff Tom we'll see in the morning talking in the morning I know you have to go but I'm just going to say this to you're going to be playing TPC Harding park on Monday I'm looking forward to it here's a little tip for you play where the pros played immediately following the twenty twenty PGA championship at TPC Harding park the golf course re opens to the public on Tuesday may nineteenth two times will be available online at TPC dot com forward slash Harding park at the end of February if you have any questions call the golf shop at four one five six six four four six nine zero now they're a bunch of us that when we play there and we love to play there I mean the later segment to I'll I'll show you how to sneak on Harding parking lot we have to ask you played there around in the hat and you have to sneak out will they go well first of all the wonderful food at the TPC right to left column if you have you know if you want to have a little different setting to get golf off your mind the golf course plane very difficult you you pull out pull out of the entrance take a left take another left at the stop light and then another right at the stop light ritual Joe's Westlake is right there yeah it'll eat you I think you're going to want to have to put a little time to sit and relax after you play you're not going to want to drive down to revere of for the generals right away no you don't want to set maybe take a little take out the other mom and dad on the peninsula can I be serious for a moment away when the PGA does come up I am going to be referring many of my work colleagues who need a light meal to go over there after after long hours long day so we'll make sure we get that word out I Jerry can we put it on KNBR stab I don't think so only if you could he sent says now it ceases ironically dear and I ran into each other Joe's one night on our family so to be there as mom and and he met my family so anyway can I ask you guys one quick favor reserves I step away can you entertain me please on the drive back to the hotel will do okay yeah all right all right I'll be tuning in we are about Sunday on KNBR six eighty thank you guys you know where your car is attached it's pitch black I'm gonna use a flashlight I can have them out myself here is a feel like a coal miner.

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"tom ventures" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:36 min | 9 months ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And from the construction site construction company level injection and I'm surprised well first I'll be looking for new greens keeper and from grand view each time because we're so you can the work will be there's a piece of Tom's venture productions back in the day with that company was still in business yeah yeah yeah that was like three added studios ago can be our only for that one the other locations ago and and and a lot of lot of years ago because Bill Murray sounds different so does match you have Mitch is out there chat with them it's funny that you know the whole segments built around the famous go for season caddy shack but I guess we should now make it about ground hogs yeah since mia Murray yeah read revisited the old groundhog day movie at the Superbowl you might see that ad we was one deem to be one of the more popular ones that aired so that for him and one of the arguments I heard online was that he is so elusive that how did they get him to do this apparently doesn't have an agent he doesn't return phone calls it's really hard for him to to get him to commit to a movie or a or a or something like this and then is he going to show up or not yes is apparently is is deal but D. eight points most out of it at nine fifty today yeah bill I'm sure is going to be there with maybe even with bells on and and it tickles in his hair so never hill yeah I was going to say another thing you apparently does here at the eighteen T. is dressed in the dark I mean this guy has had some outfits that like what what do you think apparently you're not it be a good compilation of put all of them together what a great idea how you do it well it would take somebody to get in the video tape department and and really research it but it's it's funny John talking about is it the elusiveness and that's apparently his reputation in the Hollywood world like caddy shack for instance if you if you read the stories or will ever watch a documentary on the I I think they had him for like two days or maybe one the green what you're coming down to South Florida for a couple days every scene was ad libbed there wasn't one one scripted wired that he that he uttered in the whole movie it's like you got me for this amount of time and then I'm out of here but yes you know developed into this cold cold movie for golfers and I wish I had it in front of me but this is apparently the fortieth anniversary of that movie and there is something going on this weekend here at pebble eight which is like a photo opportunity with maybe I don't know one of those cardboard cutouts of of something to do with the movie on top it's somewhere here on site so I'll try to look it up through our our leader shows during the weekends you know one of the better outfits I ever saw was on a caddy and it was George Lopez's caddy and George Lopez is Patty was was dressed up like you know a bandolero and he had the he had you know the sash that went across their chest with the bullets in it in instead of bullets it with golf balls so George Lopez would you know what born out of bounds you reach over any but the other golf all of this bandolero Saturday Hey guys I want to introduce our audience really fast to one of my great friends in college at CVS Jeff chapter who just walking in the the room here he's he's put together all the research packets for for the announcers today Jeff Jeff spin out how many years you've been out here Jeff on tour covering golf twenty five full time years but before that a lot of part time years you're on the magic can be our sixty Jeff is a is a is a savant when it comes to radio and and media so how many your first golf tournament with to attend was colonial what year was that nineteen sixty nine out here on the tour folks Jesse after I mean he is a legend twenty twenty five years a CVS three of them damn good ones right two okay Sir Sir Nick Faldo would not be able to come on the air and less Jeff got him all his necessary he was a revival role would be aghast when I tell you might if I would tell my Ben Hogan story in that Hogan every year would throw up a party at his home for all of the players that use hoping golf equipment and I got invited to that party at his home but I wasn't in the in the field the colonial I was in a what they called it then a great future tournament like in Iowa or somewhere and I thought do I plan I were going to Ben's house I thank god I need I need a bucket truck played I well I still have the invitation and I could lie and say I want because I have the invitation but I miss the opportunity to go to the great cordial invitation from Ben and Valerie so yeah anyway there was a gentleman McCord tells a great story about himself Ken venturi and Frank your canyon legendary producer at CBS going over to visit Hogan and for worth one year during the colonial and you've got Frank who's been producing and directing the masters since the fifties you've got Ken venturi was one the U. S. open and it was a great friend of Mister Hogan's than in any accord with never won on the tour and Hogan you know I've never met before and he's like an eternity one Gerry and gay's like sorry Mr guy haven't wanted turquoise basically the response was a so why are you here what what are you in my company I really not much to say the right okay to follow up to your story I guess what we know is now then didn't offer show up money that's right okay all right Larry already had his golf balls landed golf bag that was enough I had the irons how many years were you under the Hogan label I have about two or three so okay yeah that's the name is a great prestige is you know to achievement Fauria yachts of that's the legend right in it back in the day when you you you would go into the locker room and they had a stack of golf balls you get like occurs two dozen balls a weaker maybe three and and this is when the compression of the golf balls the big deal right right and on the boxes written the actual compression was like ninety three this one was ninety six this is one on one and the players could kind of go in and pick it you know if they were like a a spinner of the ball or non spinner of the ball they could pick which ball they wanted to play that week to fit their game and that's the only time I ever saw that so that's the end of that story and then that I I the irons I'm sure in those days when Wilson or OR Hogan came out with their irons those were their iron for a few years so I'm assuming you didn't get another set of those irons the next year one and done with one and a half yeah because I would have been the same answer to Gerry McCourt's questions well done Sir I'll leave down well on the staff but reluctantly as if there's a contract you're here okay you'll be down to a dozen and a half balls of the next stuff how did he get in there and they're all eighty nine countries how many had covers for next year well my go gosh great stuff anyway back to Bill Murray he tees off at nine fifty DA points plane with Russell Knox and day Mister Ryan and so anyway great great fun stuff going on here at vavel great weather's supposed to be windy tomorrow as we said but bring some sunscreen and lip balm lip balm this is a this is a windy gap you know going to be a sunny windy weekend here so you know we talked about the emitters one of one of the and the and the amount of quarterbacks in athletes that are here you know and people like Kelly Slater yeah one of their advantages coming into the weekend is that you know they're athletes and the the trudging these hills in the fairways they're they're not going to be as tired as some of the you know some of the other the corporate guys that are here that are of a you know a little longer of tooth so could be an advantage that might be nice to to go watch the pairing of the two manning brothers playing I'm sure there's there's got to be some dollars on that well the if you if you know anything about the relationship between Peyton and Eli it's like Big Brother little brother the ads and you know I mean for easy life if you if you talk to it it makes he makes it sound like you know from age seven still fifteen like he couldn't get out of the house without bumps and bruises every day right yeah they actually made some funny member there's a commercial spoof what seven eight years ago were they were visiting I think ESPN's campus in there yeah I can each other right and Ryan quarters inching in any pain being around paid a lot when he was it active player he yeah he would definitely be he somebody that would understand the word the L. jot you he would be able to jockey for position in the household and and do a little bit of friendly hazing you know what I'm saying yeah by the way is the middle the middle son and Eli is the younger brother I write so there's three three manning boys and you know they they have of course been synonymous with football all these years but they are incredibly passionate about golf you we bump into these guys around the around the the the calendar all the all the time at various events throughout the year they they love the sport and there was a story that went around that Peyton didn't want to do play by play for color commentary until his brother wasn't playing anymore because he didn't want to have to be critical of them yeah right yeah which that that's that's a dynamic like you know bill Walton faced a little bit there yeah yeah yeah yeah games with his son right Phil Simms we worked with Phil and young he was very adamant about not calling like game that Chris was even even if Chris was the back up he wanted no part of it so it's it's a tricky dynamic you guys Doug Ferguson to sit down with that little lightly S. Yahoo it back to the studio and a couple stories to tell here for a moment let me tell you about my friends at the H. and M. marine in Sausalito they are the Chris craft dealer for northern California Tom mentioned getting a boat maybe hang out in the cold here you've got to see the new Chris craft name you'd know that name for years you've got to see the new models they're sort of like the Bentley or the corvette of of boats there there got.

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"tom ventures" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You about a change Tom Brady. I got a lot of the office of learning to catch up of wood on the side a group here and I'll be a five. like working with Tom. venture metals on. it's on a lot of details a lot of work at the office great to be around the source by everyone here. the color used everything as everything's going on. was football away from a place of all every time you walk in the door is here you know. do your best fourteen so are working there I just wanna make sure and into. from the week if anything about your availability for you should of course and I'm just focus on the ball and I look forward to working out there in the home stadium. but that's that's a defuse the situation in a hurry I appreciate that question yeah thank you for the course in. yeah right I didn't really mean that one now no I didn't okay I have I have a really good one man. how about this man this is one of the best this is one of the best stories going red Sox legend call you Stransky threw out the first pitch of the night two is grand son giants outfielder Mike you Stransky. how about that man can you believe that grandfather throwing out the first pitch to the grand son and.

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"tom ventures" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"I'm happy to have played my part. And I'm willing to sacrifice, which if you think about it's kind of like a soldier's attitude. Yeah. It is. I think they become that a more that way because of what they're doing. I think it's even like they become more than that. Even because it's they become campa. 'cause you know. Yeah. Oh, for sure they do they know that they're part of a cause they know what they're doing cog bigger machine, and they played their part, and they played it. Yes. That's that's the point. Right. There is that they understand their role. And then once they get their job done. They know like the rebels live to fight another day. Unreal dude. Like the. The last scene of Darth Vader doing something. Alright seen before. The last scene of the main character sitting on the beach just watching their impending doom like come closer and closer to them for me that was my favorite part. And everybody loves the quick first thing, they talk about is the Darth Vader. 'cause I honestly wasn't. I knew Darth Vader was going to show up. I wasn't expecting it to lead directly into a new home. I really wasn't right. But and that was an awesome amazing. Obviously, I realized once they were on the blockade runner ship, or whatever you on that. That's what was going on at the very end. But I didn't know that going in. So no, I didn't either I knew that Darth Vader had a big scene building. Because Kevin Smith talked about prior to me seeing they showed some of the trailers to did they they showed him in the dark firing up his late saver and. Yeah, you know, I I did think before that movie ever came out that he was going to have a bigger role for big. You're definitely played it up. Like, he was going to absolute they really need to do is. As a solo Darth Vader movie franchise like three movie franchisee, so cool in between there think about the real screen time of Darth Vader. You know, it's almost it's very little. Yeah. It's all saga. It's very little. It is not much. But he's the he's the presence and behind it all like that such a menacing character. I mean, really the beginning of the story is one hundred percent about him and how he becomes Darth Vader. And then after that once he becomes Darth Vader. It's like we're not gonna show you anything else about him. Do you think that there's going to be? I know we're getting a little off topic. But do you think that there's going to be returned anikin in this final movie into nine because? I don't know. Maybe it was always kind of made to believe that the whole series was really about antics greater. Yeah. And the six movie series. That's what it's about. That is what it's about. And but now they've kind of shifted gears, and do you think they'll they tried to make it more about Luke while I mean, once return of the Jedi happened? It is really about Luke after that. Right. I guess, but it doesn't have to be a concil about etiquette in a way. I mean, he's dead. But it could be a force ghost for. Sure. I mean, we thought the emperor was done. Yeah. We thought was dead. I don't think it'll be once there's another a hole three movie series on. Yeah. You McGregor still young enough? Does he doesn't have to be young enough? No, he could be older. There's so much that he has to be older. That's what they should do. Not not. A solo movie franchise that shouldn't have happened. HBO series. They should do the OB wants people wanna see Jeddah. Oh, yeah. People want to see Djeddai fighting. It's not necessarily just Jeddah. They want to see battles of jet. I doing awesome things with the lightsaber thing. We didn't need from Hans solo movie was an origin. Now. I know you hate to. Yeah. Yeah. Tom ventures. But all right. We should get back to. So I said mine I picked a rogue one rogue one. His Jerry's champion my champion bracket. Okay. So I have guardians of the galaxy versus Spiderman. Again, another tough one for me 'cause they're both. They're both like firsts and they're both like big time beginnings of something. But for me, this is pretty easy. Honestly. I still go back and forth on that picking gardens the galaxy overrode one we've discussed winds amazing. But you know, I gotta go with what's had the biggest cultural impact. It's funny. Alex is another one is in this bracket challenge. Actually, he's leading in mind over the weekend. I got together with him. And he was talking about you know, I've never seen rogue one. Oh my God. I'm like this is right up is wheel house. I'm like how is that possibly? I don't know. No. I never saw it. So after listening to this podcast. I'm like, I gotta go watch this movie. He's been wanting to watch bought it. He had it, and he just cutting it, and he's like, you know, I'm gonna be us. It took me like a couple tries to get through the because he worked midnights. So okay. You always tired when he's stuff. Probably. And he's like it took me. A couple tries to get through the first half hour. It starts off really slow. And I I guess

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"tom ventures" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

"Twelfth of two thousand eighteen Oz pod. So if you're not stralia Oz pod, and Sydney, let's see where else national podcast power in Perry's. Berg Ohio and then London podcast festival in obviously London. And that is from September twelfth to the sixteenth two thousand eighteen tons of other ones, you're not going to go through all of them. If you're in Los Angeles, Los Angeles podcast fest doesn't have a date on it. But anyways, you get the idea get out to these events start to network and talk to people you'll find people in your industry, and it'll be a lot easier to to make that connection. So how do you know next next step? Here's how do you know what podcasts get on? So a really simple tip. You can do is type in your target market say men over forty podcasts and add the word podcasts at the end of the Google search, and you'll be able to find probably a decent amount of shows that way look into your ideal category. So if you have a show looking the same category, you're in whether that's fitness health, spirituality, whatever may be look into that category. And look who's on the top twenty look at the top twenty podcasts out there and reach out to those people. Listen to a few shows and figure out how you can add value to those episodes are to those people into hails listening to XYZ your interview with this this person, I loved it. I would love to be a guest on your show, blah, blah, blah. And then show them how you can provide value to their audience because that's what they're all about. We talked about googling it your target market, plus Google or plus podcast at the end of that search talked about looking at your ideal category on itunes, and we talked about the last one here is for how do, you know, which podcasts go on simply ask your customers. Hey, what podcast you guys listen to cause? Chances are they're going to be people that are similar to them with similar needs. Who listen to those same exact shows so talk to your current existing audience talk to your clients talk to your customers about what are they listening to right now? So that is another way to find out which podcasts to go on before. You get started with this art so now into little bit more strategic about how to approach the podcast or so the hosts year going after the host you wanna you wanna connect with. How do you? How do you kind of manufacturer that word, but many basic create the relationship that you want to get on the show couple ways here couple as we kind of touched on some of these other ones, I wanna go go over them again so approach number one. And I learned this from Craig Ballantyne will is to start commenting, adding value to their social media posts so comment on their stuff go to their page, like their posts share their posts with other people on your page, tag them in photos or tag them and videos, really start to engage with them on the social media level. Pretty much everyone. You're trying to reach out to probably on social media. So that is the best way to go about finding these people and also connecting with them at a very basic level. And then after a few weeks or month or so doing that DM them and ask them about their show hails listening to this episode was so and so here's what I can provide them an expert in this field. I would love to add value or be guests on your show. So that's number one number two. The next option is to meet them at an event and then follow up with them with a personal letter. So a personal handwritten letter, and there's a tons of tons of ways guys that you can go about finding someone to address typically I just ask a friend of theirs for their address I'd love to give so and so a little gift in. Thank you, do, you know their address do the I do that all the time. So. Find the men and event meet demand event. Even if it's brief. If they have a big company than they probably have some kind of physical address on their website. You check that out or at the bottom of their emails, which is something I've used as well. So that because a lot of Email service providers will force you to have a physical address. Sometimes that's right. Sometimes it's a phony. So it's hit or miss, but meet them at events write a personal letter to them to follow up and then thank them for through the meat. And then I asked them about maybe what their audience needs or how you can provide value go right into that. And then the last one here is to get an Email intro from a mutual friend and this as well also from Craig Valentine, and that is to write your own introduction. So writing your own intro for for this person who's going to intro you to the to the podcasters super super important because you wanna make sure you are putting your best foot forward in. You know that that cited you better than anyone else. So, you know, your expertise, and what you can really weight you can really add value to better than anyone else. So. And this I found a lot of the stuff. I by great article. It was by it goes by guy named KAI Davis at the make sure I get his name rights. Wanna give him credits? All right, cool. Yup. Kyw davis. So if you just Google Davis, and then let's hear what is the best KYW Davis author of book called podcast outreach. So it's Davis KFI as an igloo Davis and Google podcast outreach. That should come up. Take out his book great guide. He's also got a free course on how to be the ultimate guest. For podcasts. So a great resource there as well. And in The Fourth Way to reach out and get on these shows guys, it's use a paid service like interview LA. So if you've LA is one that's we're going to have on the show of actually Tom venture will hopefully get on the show will see. And and also another one is podcasts podcast guests with an S at the end dot com to free service that you can use had I've known people who use it before. Don't know how effective it is. But you can always create a profile there. And just see how it goes. I want to go free route. So that's how to find them. That's how to reach out to them when it comes to podcast guests. Next. The last part here is all about the pitch. So what do you say in the Email? What how do you? How do you put your best forward? What's the best way to go about it? So. This one is no thing I learned from that blog posts over at podcast, motor dot com. That's someone else talking about with KAI Davis. But link will be in the show notes guys somewhere. If you wanna check out the article great article, by the way, the pitch a couple points here that you wanna bring up. In this Email? So number one is the value. You can bring to the audience. So what are you an expert in where can you really expand on the topic? What topics are you really really well versed in who exactly can you help? Ideally, that would be their audience so described their audience to you, I help men over sixty regain their health and lower their cholesterol. Whatever that may be next how will the audience benefit from what you're gonna teach them. So explain clearly what the benefit is for them. So that the host has no problem conveying or explaining to audience, y you're on that show. So next where else have you been feature? So if you've been featured on other blogs podcasts have you are you the founders Yoshua wing kinda give some accolades as to what you've done at and where you've gone. So those are some some things you want in this Email. And next is proposed some topic. So what can you really expand upon? What can you what are some of the titles potential titles for the podcast episode? You would be you would be interviewed on so list out some topics list out some potential headlines or titles that way, you can help them get an idea of what the interview would actually look like if he was here. She was to say yes to your pitch and give them a bit more. I guess an idea what this thing is going to actually look and feel like if you guys side forward. And last, but not least and something I learned I thought it was really really brilliant at that came up in the article over at podcasts motor dot com. The kite eve is the KYW Davis

"tom ventures" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on WWL

"Punted away. He hangs at very high angling for the near sideline hockey. You gotta be kidding me. Is. There is a God. After all. Eight twenty five history of the saints against the Rams. Somebody texted this in that the saints were penalized for loud noise. I believe it was a two lane stadium. If you have read saints history or any books about it. I think that was against the Cowboys and the people were booing after a bad call, and I think at that day in the NFL they would penalize a team if the crowd held up play with loud noise, and it's interesting how the NFL policy on that has evolved. And now, they I think they encourage you to make as much noise as you possibly can in in in this game coming up. Should you be offended? If Ken somebody next to you make too much noise. And I think you kinda. Kinda sign on for that. When you go in Chuck Mandeville, you're on wwl. Good morning. Hey, good morning. Tommy. Yeah. I could be offended if they scream at one. Our offense is on the Bill. Nope. So one of the guys took my he had a great idea about putting your coins in a beer cans and also put tables in a plastic bottle. Understand. Just to be clear, I'm not encouraging anybody to do that. But at Chuck's idea. If you have some some ways, I think I was looking more for. If you're there. What do you do what the yellow time? Do you? Can you voice take that is just wondering if you if you? A couple of years number one a little plastic whistle. That's their retaining. Is you use something like that? It's I the other thing is I don't even know what they do this any longer cups like star, not styrofoam cups, but cardboard type cups. When you wanna create noise wanna make a directional. So you take like a twenty two ounce. Got you cut out the bottom of your screen, and you use a megaphone directing the direction of the voice that you want to send back in the day a two lane stadium. And I think in the early days of the dome they would sell pop in a container that you could live real quick. Are you getting more worried or more optimistic as the saints game? More confident as the week counts down toward the game. It's interesting because I was getting a little bit more nervous. But Vegas has been kind of holding the line. Those guys do a lot more research. They will about this that I do. So I mean, if the line changes, I would be more concerned. And a half. That's that's a lot of points. What what what they're saying? Now only thing is that the odds makers like the Rams and the three and a half. However, they still like the Saint as the favorite to win the Super Bowl. So I think what they're saying is the saints a win, but they won't cover the three or three and a half. Care less whether they cover it as long as they cover about one every year. We'll be very happy. I thank you. Chuck. I'm glad you called two six zero one eight seventy Chris Miller is a matter of fact has a story a wwl dot com about making noise you can find that they read about it. Also, Bobby Hebert talking about what he thinks the saints have to do to win. And why the the saints? The Rams rather worry him a little bit. We're talking about the supernatural as well. And a lady in Atlanta. That's where she on her security camera that goes stiffer, son. And that she took that as a sign to mean that he was okay. And I'm just wondering in light of this Saint season. Because so many people are saying that Tom Benson somehow is helping from above, and and and maybe move that kick over a little bit when it comes to Justin tuck into ravens, I wrote a blog about that. You can read if you like a wwLcom just in gen- till you believe in the supernatural and things like that. Yes, sir. I do and I actually watch I saw ghost one time. And I know you come on the break. So if I go over the over the time, there's I'll I'll hold well. We'll see about that. I I do believe Tom Benson. It has something to do with it because getting sample that's still receiver whose hands the ball went through his hands. And he's one of their top receives never happens. It never happens. But this time, I I think Tom ventures split his hands little part. Marshon Lattimore deception. Tell me real quick about the ghost. You saw real quick. Okay. Rock. I like this happened last last summer years ago seven years ago, lived uptown, some neighbors right around the corner, Pat, and Danny and Danny was he wore Greek fisherman's cap, and he wrote a blue bicycle with had a long white beard. Well, last summer I saw pad walking her dog and I saw gaining the distance. And and I I said Hello. And and then a week later. I said, oh, how's Dana do and she said, well, he's been dead for four months. So there's no way I just saw on last week. And of course, she says, oh that was somebody else. It wasn't. It was him. Yeah. Probably not best to engage her in an article engage in an argument about whether.

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"tom ventures" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Live at our show with this to God's only SPN. Radio was Steve. Hold on a second. I'm gonna tell you what just happened. I was about to say, was Stephen as. Number seven. Listen to me, I was about to say that was Stephen as top five list of rookies in the NFL really just the order. They were drafted it. I was about to ask that because when people are writing that in and I don't know whether that's true or not, but I want it to be true. But as I was beginning that thought Mike Ryan, for some reason decided to not only deliver this in my ear, but to whisper it, which made it all the funnier, which is, yes. Well, you go ahead Mike, do it again as I just experienced it to start this segment. So people can hear what it's like sometimes to live inside my head. This is what was actually happening inside my headphones. As I began the thought Stephen as top five list and Tom ventures, we may have to find a substitute. A substitute. And then he was so amused with himself. He was so pleased with himself that he just ran away from the microphone, a substitute. It's worthy of the came Knicks laugh. So's this person's written in what I believe to be the hardest question. The history of our polling. What is more likely to God's talking himself out of a hostage situation or stugatz talking himself into one. Tom Barringer with us new film, American dresser, Josh Allen number seven is in theaters and on demand. Temer twenty I, this is the height of entertainment for this Hollywood star. Here he's getting AM radio and and that sound effects here. He is without further ado, Tom Barringer, ladies and gentlemen. Morning. Good morning. We're very excited to have you on, and we want to just ask you questions about major league, but I'm curious, Tom, what is the thing that your most asked about? Like when people are peppering you and bothering you? What is it major league, the substitute? Is that something else. Usually it's either major league or sniper, maybe put you in that one. History case on necessarily in that order. But those three, I know our audience. I mean, did you guys know when you were making major league that you making a what was going to be a cult classic and just something that was icon it? Well, I thought it would be I can't speak for everybody else, but I thought because I thought the writing was so praying David worth just to the hell the job and first of all, he really knew baseball new in English guy said, I didn't know anything about the game course go up with cricket. I go. Yeah. And he said, I actually learned about baseball. I go. Yeah, probably not easy for four hundred to learn the rules, but it was obvious though at the end of the movie when you bunted there and scored the running from second, it was obvious that he didn't know anything about baseball. Yeah, that, yeah, that's the fortunate, the only unfortunate part, but you looked so good running down that baseline that was your knees were in so much pain. You were sore for weeks rages, and it was a brilliant, brilliant. It was. It was tied Cobb kinda tactic. Like to play and manage baseball's? Well, it was such a great movie. It's not about home, runs home, run home runs this. It's not about that. Right. So you're not really can't hit on you go. Yeah. And he went up three in a row, three times a bad hit. Three home runs. Donnas just looked at him like. Thought it was such a great movie. I'm wondering what is and so many great actors in that movie. Wondering what's the best story from the Senate major league. Wow, the best one. That's a question and. Oh story. I don't know. That was the time some drunk girl and her boyfriend at the bar in the hotel Milwaukee. Just started some shit with Charlie Sheen. Early say, we just got a work and and we all start closing in on them. You know, Dennis Hayes bird gets up. Wesley gets I get all just kind of all had the same thought. We'd just start creeping in to intervene in on..

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"tom ventures" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Unbelievable i am going to take a break i have a lot more to say by the way also in the news and only peripherally related from the radio industry the latest bad news if you guys her this just came out about ten minutes ago cumulus media has been delisted from nasdaq two fish oil for failing to stay abroad share now as centrally in over the counter penny stock why don't i work at a rate that and this too you know i have friends who work cumulus i i i i don't wish anything bad on them but i had to say you that on a day when i see a story like that i feel good about i've take because was cumulus media who talk to me like blah by little internet project uh uh how's that little internet project george going you should work here it's intimate that little internet project it rigor fucking kidding right they're broke now it's official look at that teeth list stocks padilla list i guess that means the round the d list now all nine a one three thousand tom venture.

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"tom ventures" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're talking about here eye opening up markets of four institutions that sounds like a pretty big deal yes it is it's a huge huge industry for pouring crucial china opening up been opening up the sector to point investors who join wto many years ago but you know the market tightly controlled for example foreigners under current rules foreign banks are not allowed to hold more than twenty five percent stake in a local join local tom venture in china to be going to be a pretty significant if the allow to increase your charlie to signal to the chinese authorities feel that they now have a grip on the credit situation in china that they now feel a little bit more relaxed that they've got it under under control uh yes i would think though by doing this turner apparently sending a signal clung to push ahead with opening up the sector the economy is still growing at two point five percent a year run in a world of the credit problem a good hina apparent look like um and and central bank governor told proton you know he didn't you already that too much protector on it unhealthy reported dimissing so too much protection it on will actually lead to a weakening of the domestic industry thing to opening up to foreign investors will be conducive long term health or protector are we going to see this across sectors because we also heard at the end of last week about an agreement on car production for foreign automakers are we going to see a liberalisation of all industries i'm not sure but the cabinet there he said the cabinet that we conclude that they will continue to open up the economy and and various industries from bank came to two electric cars and manufacturing but we we're still waiting for detailed rules to come out tori thank you so much for the updates are this is so means that the city west of financial firms will be really looking forward to hearing news about chelsea joining us he is shanghai bureau chief plant are our right straight ahead on bloomberg daybreak europe bridgewater is ray dallaglio says it's 1937 all over again again we hear from bloomberg's sit down with the billionaire leader of the world's largest hedge fund next in a reminder it listen back to any of our interviews on bloomberg radio visit the podcast page bloombergradiocom or on your bloomberg radio app this is bloomberg with the bloomberg.

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"tom ventures" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"tom ventures" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On car insurance is always said great answer at came adams we found that the colors of summer have a certain hill which you can almost here is yellow orange angling these colors and one perfect summary out sam adams austin dear company boston asked favor the flavor responsibly what welcome hooked on gulf the various food golf show on knbr sixty the sports playing down that biddle fair way no hacked his way the poison me god aw don't cabbage sunny we looked on saturday morning and mitch driving in here at how big off wants today kinda got me in the loop for the british open earlier in the field the fifth year is just looking euro cape were were distract by watching at accua alert freely grief each the part of the last hole 62 would be a big deal anyway the the the dry fescue here has a great look as it does at royal birkdale in tom's ventured georgia's tom and yet we're we've got tvs in the other room and cut it behind us so we're watching this and and i'm just looking at my score board here brennan grace must've did he eagle seventeen to get in position to uh to shoot sixty to help me there hey good morning guy well he actually birdied sixteen and seventeen johnny made a very long potted out of forty porter on sixteen poll so you you said it well this is history about to happen brandon only needed a par on the the eighteen poll any to driven it in the light rob so basically a poor to shoot sixty two uh irony either johnny miller is on the air today for nbc golf channel and calling it live so he's gonna possibly witness the the score that he shot magically in in the us open at oakmont gorsuch vin been replicated many times since but never never beaten so we'll see any and most importantly for great he got himself in the next solar for the championship because they're shooting low scores today lota guide or hot on the golf course right now and mitch i just heard coming in on next summer ado that there's actually been 63 shot i was shocked that this number thirty one times and major's waddle thirty one time that's what they claimed was was it tom help me johnny was the first right at sixty three in.

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