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Echo Show and Bixby Checklists

Topgold Audio Clips

04:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Echo Show and Bixby Checklists

"I folks. It's burning hot top audio clip five thirty one. You are in my pocket. As I walk with my dog in the fourteenth July. Thinking about checklists. And automating routines so. If that's you. And your used to offering ideas. Yourself about what you ought to be doing. When you ought to be doing it, and how you ought to be doing it well, then maybe my meandering thoughts while walking my dog. Windy. With interest you. checklists are important for me because they helped me sleep better. When I look over what I've done during the day. And consider what might be there the next day a simple thing like looking at the Amazon Echo show. We'll tell me what's ahead. That set up the echo, so that has a screen. And on, it's eight inch screen I can see the next day is calendar. My son Dylan, he's nine. Has Put things on his calendar? By telling. His Echo. What he's GonNa do the next day he sets reminders, but he also sees our shared family calendars appearing. On that echo show. It's a bit of a checklist to see what's up the next hour or the next stay for the next week. I think these kind of events. Base activities are really important. For nine year old, it's the birthday where it's the trip away, or it's the start of the new school year. But nonetheless it's based on a rubric of a checklist. What are you going to be doing? What Day with WHO where? There are ways of taking his echoes show and integrating into a skill that offers him a chance to run a checklist by asking his echo. To run the Dylan. Nighttime checklist or running the Dylan. Go to school, checklist. What Dylan's done is he's. A particular to me the stuff he wants to do and how he wants to do it. And what we've done is we've gone into the Alexa Library. And carved out some simple skills based on some design templates so now using a voice command, he can activate a checklist. I'll tell you. It certainly has helped us. Get things in order in home that has. Two kids to adult and three animals. CHECKLISTS! By voice. Accusing the Amazon Alexa series. We also can activate a checklist using. Bixby on my Samsung phone for this by a voice command, I can telephone what to do when I'm about to enter a classroom or about to go home or about to get on a bicycle and certain things on the phone activate or deactivate. checklists. Mike Road. Takes the concept of checklists than bullet list and make some into sketch notes, so he activates a series of thoughts. Mind Map. Illustrated or Put in bulletin with this type format now. Mike Witt's tell you his sketch. Noting isn't a bullet list, but to me. It's similar as checklist based dueling system. That helps you get your thoughts out of your head. And on paper in a playful type of way I like it. How about you? You're listening to meet. Talking to you on the sidewalks of Plano Kinda chipper Ireland. Are you. Able to rewind the last ten or twelve hours and say yeah, you know what I followed a checklist I felt list based activities set and. It works for me pretty simple. It's record card and index card, or a piece of paper, or do you have something that you actually? Kickoff by listening to what the checklist is telling you for example is we can do on Amazon Alexa, or are you using something? A list based notional system tick boxes on Trello, notion, or as I'm using now on Rome research to get the work done. All these things are interesting to me. And I like to share with you how you're doing it. How are you doing your checklists? Do you have one. Do, you have an idea to share. You can contact me with feedback if you want. I always like to steal people's ideas about doing things better.

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4 Simple Tips To Improve Your New Hire On-Boarding

The $100 MBA Show

06:07 min | Last month

4 Simple Tips To Improve Your New Hire On-Boarding

"Whether! You have a team of one which is just you and you're making your first hire war? You're hiring your fiftieth employee. Having a system in place allows you to scale the hiring process so that when somebody joins your team, there are part of your team in the ramped up. The understand exactly what they have to do had to do it. WHO TO ASK FOR HELP WITH ZERO CONFUSION? This is going to allow you to get the most out of your hires to save you money to keep turnover down and of course produce. Produce better results for your business, so let's get started with tip number one and this one is pretty fun and simple, and it's just called a welcome pack. You want to set up your new hire for success. You want to make sure you give them something to give them a good impression, a big part of a new Harpoon will is that few welcome. They feel motivated, and it just kind of reconfirms their decision to say yes to working for Your Business and a welcome back is very simple, one of the things that. That we did in our welcome back is put together a welcome video, which is a montage of welcomes from our team members, and this is simple. You can easily do this. You just ask your current team members. Even if there's just you to shoot a quick ten second welcome as literally just saying Hey, I'm so and so I do this in the company. Welcome to the teams. Great to have you and we've put together a montage so that when a new hire gets hired, we can send him an email with a welcome. Welcome video from the whole team and it makes them feel like. Wow, this is awesome. Get to me all these people soon and I'm going to be part of this awesome team. The second thing you could do is send them some Swag Cinema Company t-shirt accompany Mug something physical in the mail, which is really really fun. One another tip that I learned from Wistaria, which is a really great idea is to send them. A Gift Card can be fifty dollars one hundred dollars. Whatever it is, you can send them a gift card. To have dinner on you to celebrate their new job with their family, this is so memorable for a new hire that they will feel so lucky to be part of Your Business, so a welcome pack is a great way to get them started on the right foot. They're like hey. Awesome I got the swagger. Got This cool gift I got this welcome video. This place is great tip number two a company ham book now. A lot of people do not write accompany handbook because they really feel like. Hey, this is a lot of work. Work it's GonNa take me forever to put it together. And that holds them back from actually having a handbook while a couple of years ago I got to know the founder of Git lab at a conference Dmitri was speaking on stage. Any shared a with the crowd. Hey, we have something called a team Hamburg. One of the first things he said is that they'll call a company him. Call a-team handbook, because this can be edited and revised by the team. It's a working document. Don't see it as something that's set in stone. And I love this idea because this allows you just to get started and to have something in place sooner than later. Even if you're handbooks only four five pages long, that's okay it can grow. It can be edited. You can add to it later on, and our handbook is literally a handbook written in Google docs and people with a woman or engine email will have access to that dock and they can edit it. They can add comments. And then we can improve that as a team, but putting together a team ham book is Super Helpful for new heart is when they first joined. They WanNa know about some simple things like how was a company founded You know who does. What like an organizational char? How do I request leave? What about If I need to call in sick? Who Do I speak to WHO's my own media supervisor? Whence payday who to speak to you if there's. There's an issue with my pay things like that. This is more like hr, and like a guidebook of how to really do well. We also have things in our handbook talking about our company culture about what's acceptable. What's not acceptable in our team? As well as some advice on how to succeed especially in our team, because we run a remote company and everybody's working from home and we get some advice when it comes to that as well so putting. Putting together, a handbook is a great investment again. Just get started with. It caught a team handbook. Make it clear to everybody. This is a collaborative effort. And when new hires join, they have something to read before they start their first day, so we send the handbook when they probably give notice to their other job, and they have a chance to review before their first day of work speaking of first day that leads me to tip number three. Three one of the best things that we've done is that when somebody joins us, we give them a full week of training, and this is outlined to them on outline the first week, so they understand that this is what they're gonNa do every single day. It's very comforting for a new hire to have a plan to see what's going to happen the first few days as they get to know people there timid, they're shy. They're worried about doing well. So by giving them a day to day plan for the first week allows them to focus on getting to know their colleagues do a good job and just feel comfortable in this new company we literally just create Trello Board for each department for new hires and in that trial board They have tasks to do every single day for the first week. Week it could be an orientation. Meeting could be some training. They have to do to learn about the product or service. If there know an engineer had set up their local environment so they can be able to start developing the point of this first week. Orientation is just to give them a clear cut plan. Okay, because later on, they're going to be. Be Autonomous they're going to be working on projects. You know we have very Thomas teams because we are a remote team in this is the way we work. Everybody has ownership over what they have to do. But that first week needs to be as prescriptive as possible just so they feel. They have some structure once they pass their first week. They're kind of like. Like comfortable now, and they can take on projects and manage their own time. and you kind of got out of the way the understand the company the values what they have to do, which means if the show up for setting up their counter setting up, you know their environment all that kind of stuff

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Hiring a Website Manager

The $100 MBA Show

07:47 min | 4 months ago

Hiring a Website Manager

"I can't stress this enough if you are technically sound if you know your around your website if you built your website from scratch you may still WANNA consider hiring a website manager. What is a website manager? Well it's somebody that's going to manage your website pretty obvious right but no. Let's talk about what exactly that means. That means anytime you need a change to your website. It could be as little as updating a blog. Post to creating a whole new landing page or page on your website or adding images or media or building out a whole funnel for a new product. Every time you make some sort of change in your business or improvement or addition or new product this is an require you to update your website now most of us just roll sleeves and do it ourself but if you ever have done this before have you ever time yourself you're spending hours on this uh tweak and most of us do spend that much time because it's our baby and we like to play around and fiddle but when somebody's dedicated to do this for you they go right in the very surgical the get it done and they're out and they save you time and in the long run money but website manager does more than that they make sure all your securities up today yourself certificates Your domain is renewed properly you're hosting is up to snuff. You're not you know slowing down visitors. You have the right hosting the right bandwidth. They'll make sure all your integrations are working with your integrate with your crm or your payment processor. They're basically tech support for your website. Which is again when your biggest assets in your business now for most people that are like. This is a no brainer. If you don't WANNA deal with the tech but some of us like the tech I mean. Let's put it this way. I am a founder of a Tech Company. I built every single website for all my businesses myself. I manage them all myself. But I've come to the realization recently. I need to hire a website manager and we have because it's time I'm spending that I should not be spending as the leader of the business. I shouldn't be fiddling with the website really. It's a lot of fun and everything like that. And it's A good way to kill a few hours but my time is better. Spent helping the team making decisions making the right. Hire communicating the vision driving the team forward. I'm the leader. I have to lead. And if I'm spending time fiddling with the website that's not the best use of time and if I'm honest with myself I spend a lot of hours frustrated trying to get something done Because I forgot how it all works or have to look you know something on like stack overflow to learn a little bit about How to just something I might have forgot how to do something in a Serie Schimmel? You get the point. There's also a lot of time spent You know updating your security patches SSL and domains and all that kind of stuff in your hosting so you're going to save a lot of time. Now how do you find one? Well the best thing you can do is get recommendations. Ask any friends and Family. That has somebody that does their website maintenance. The takes care of their website. You can post it on social and crowd source and run some interviews interviewing these people that are recommended to you recommendations always best because They can tell you a little bit more about working with them. Not just the work they do. You know when you go to somebody's website or read their CV or resume. You kind of get an idea of their experience but not how actually is to work with them to communicate with them and when you have a reference recommendation you can speak to somebody and ask him directly. Hey how's it working with this person? Is it easy to contact them? Or they're reliable all that kind of stuff. That's how we found our website manager. But what if you don't know anybody and you don't have any recommendations well. Here's my recommendation for that. Go on up work up work as one of the best sites to find freelance part time. Full time Professionals that can help you make a higher especially in the tech industry crea detail. John Post. Exactly what you're looking for. How many hours while platform are you on wordpress? Squarespace WE BLAY. What kind of work you want them to do Maybe you're going to update the blog post but you want them to update images or ad pages create pages for you right exactly what you want them to do on a regular basis also the soft skills. What do you need someone who's a clear communicator? Written and verbal is willing to meet with you maybe once every week or once every two weeks that's up to you is able to use. Maybe some of your project management tools like Trello or base camp or slack. Paul all that information and post the job. Okay now what do you want to do search for people that have experience? Trust me on this. You WanNa find. Somebody has a wealth of experience in doing exactly what you're looking for. I like to look for people in this kind of position have been doing it for at least five years. I know that sounds like a long time. But YOU'RE GONNA get the cream of the crop and it may be a little bit more expensive than somebody who has experienced three years. But it's going to be worth it. Why because when it comes to a hires somebody in the Tech Industry? You save money by paying more. Let me explain if I hire somebody. Who's a senior website manager? Who's been doing it for ten years. Okay with other clients Knows their way around wordpress back and forth and my were. My sight is wordpress and I asked them to work for me. Let's say five hours a week. Okay this is just an example. Because they're so skilled they can get more done in five hours at a rate of fifty dollars an hour. So I'll be spending two hundred fifty dollars a week right versus hiring somebody for thirty dollars. An Hour. Sounds like a bargain right. I'm going to need to have them do work for ten hours a week. The same amount of work that one person only need five hours for because they're not senior. It's GonNa take them ten hours to figure things out and fix bugs in figure out what's going wrong and again up spending three hundred dollars a week instead of two fifty see. I'm saying here. This is out of experience. I'm telling you you get what you pay for when it comes to this type of talent and you're gonNA save money in the long run by getting somebody who's more efficient and can solve and fix problems and get work done quicker more efficiently and cleaner. So they don't have to go back and fixings later. I would emphasize you hire. Somebody has a very good communication skills especially because your website so high priority. You WanNa make sure that you can communicate with them quickly. They'll understand you You know and be able to implement and explain their side of the story as well as their side of things What they need to do or the recommendations for your website. You'RE GONNA pay a premium for that. But it's worth it going to save you time it's GonNa Save you money and the way to find out there. Good communicator read. The testimonials read the reviews on upward. You'll see the previous employers will say great communication skills loved working with them. The other thing you want to look for is attitude you want somebody who has got a UPI positive attitude going to be a part of your business partner brand They're going to be working on a Lotta Front end stuff. Meaning things that the public will see the need to have a can do attitude once you find a few candidates You know you want to invite them to apply to your job. Post inside upward actually run interviews and chat with them and my recommendation. Trial them out. I say hey. We're going to try for weeks. Seattle ago's if everything feels mutually good like we both want to work with each other in the future. We can continue to do it

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Trend Forecasting - Connecting the Dots Around Us by N26 Head of Product

The Product Podcast

09:44 min | 6 months ago

Trend Forecasting - Connecting the Dots Around Us by N26 Head of Product

"So dual-track discovery and delivery. This is probably familiar to many of you. The Concept Being Donald Track. Agile the idea that we in product need to not only focus on how to prepare teams for one step ahead for what's coming next in the next sprint or the next quarter but also keep an eye on the horizon. What's further out there? That's going to affect us that we might not know how to make tangible today. And I don't know about you but I found myself more times and I would like to admit with the distribution. That looks a little bit more like that. Not only does it not feel good. It's dangerous and the reason can be exemplified with simple Eisenhower Matrix for things. That are urgent and important. It's not to get buy in from stakeholders or to convince her team. We need to work on something or for you to even figure out what has to be done. These are your incidents for what you might need a post mortem. These are your releases that are coming up and you've got to make a deadline in order to get something through your APP. Regression test not easy to get buying and pretty clear that top priority list for things. That are urgent but not important. This is where the classic product skill delegation comes in is another team equipped to do this better than us. Doesn't their service handle something like that? We try to delegate as much as we can for things that are neither important nor urgent. We tried to get rid of them all together and we might mark them in. Jura ticket as won't do and comment. Please talk to me if you have any questions but for things that are important but not urgent. We don't always take the time and carve the space to focus on them and this is bad because when we don't know what's coming on the horizon we might actually find ourselves working on things that are neither important nor urgent just because they're quick winds and they're easier to understand and to articulate to our teams and so I want to focus today on the upper right quadrant how to carve space for things. That are urgent but important. But not urgent. I believe that product managers can focus on that urgent but not no important but not urgent work by carving space and using trend forecasting tools and techniques in order to future proof their products at Lisa the Barcelona School of Design Engineering where I studied a program on research for design innovation and a cornerstone of that program is in trend forecasting and before. I started that programming. I thought that trend forecasting was basically something like this little more than reading into a crystal ball. Or maybe shaking tea leaves or coffee grounds things that you do on holiday because they're exotic but not necessarily a way to make a case for what you should build next but quieted my inner skeptic and I started to dig into the curriculum and what I found was that the reading materials and the coursework and the projects that is doing in that program or not on the Typical Products Circuit. These are not books that you find tons of medium articles that the tech community talks about all the time. These are things that are a little bit more fringe in nature. And I like to. I found because I realized that trend forecasting is inherently evidence-based with the balance of quant. And I thought that's Kinda like product. Maybe there's a common denominator here that I wasn't expecting and so before we dig into trend. Forecasting tools and techniques that product managers can use. I wanted to share with you. Three things about trends. These are the three things we should know. I don't mistake. Trend with trendy cabbage soup. Diet might be something that you find on a morning talk show but it's probably not here to stay because the next time that some other fad diet roles in this one will be old news not a trend fashion choices. That seem like a great idea in the moment but upon reflection a few years maybe months later you look back at photos like what was I thinking why did I wear that. Not a trend and toys that spike into popularity. Actually the fidget spinner debuted in the early nineties but it claim to fame was in two thousand seventeen in the middle of the year around. May and it didn't even make it through the holiday season. 'cause was old news by by Christmas. Not a trend so don't mistake trend with trendy so what is the trend? Then if it's not the things that capture the headlines of best friends of twenty twenty well it's a manifestation of change and this makes sense when we consider that we would call this a trend line. A trend line moves in a clear direction. And we know where it's going. It's something that articulates to us where things are headed as the impact culture and society and certain industries. And it's no surprise that we'd then would call fidget spinners not a trend that doesn't look like a trend line to me what is a trend. Then looking for a recent example to understand the local market here in the UK is the love for slurp Vietnamese soup. We can see here a steady trend. Yes there are seasonality dips from May to August make sense. You don't want hot soup but FAA shows us that over the last sixteen years. The demand is on the rise at least by search query people being interested in expressing their interest so trends are the sustained manifestation of change and we can notice trends if we look out a bit more carefully for signals signal. It's simple it's an indication of a situation and they can take many different formats. We'll go through some examples. Here's a way luggage. They raised one hundred. Eighty one million bucks through their suzy round so far and they came out founded in two thousand fifteen. They're designing travel luggage for the modern traveler. Smart Design and sleek years later. We see a kickstarter campaign for nomadic backpacks. It raised forty four times. Its intended goal. Sneak on the exterior. You have no idea the functionality. That's hiding within it and Kara sport the pioneer of Ath Leisure bags which are convertible to help people. Mostly women go from gym to work to dinner two drinks. Now what are these things have in common well? They might seem very disconnected but if we look a little bit closer we can tell that these three examples although at different points in time over the last five and a half years show us that there's huge consumer and investor appetite in hyper functional but really elegant products. You would have no idea what's inside because it looks so nice. And so back to the Great. Formatting how can we use trend forecasting tools and techniques at twenty six to make sure that we we build important but not urgent work at an twenty-six so I'm not going to walk you through all of the different frameworks. We use many of them. Should be familiar to you here. In this room marking jobs to be done understanding them through hypotheses. But what I will talk you. Through is five tools and techniques that we used in trend forecasting and the first one is sorting out those signals. So if we receive signals from all these different places around us. If you're slack looks anything like mine in my teams. You're constantly sharing articles things interesting. Check this out such and such just raise money or such and such just got acquired. It's hard to capture that and make sense of it and if we want to be present in our meetings and dive into our focused work then we can't just read everything that comes to us right away but it's not just about what share with you. It's also the things that you go out and find for yourself so looking what's up. What'S UP ON PRODUCT HUNT? What's gaining traction there or even traditional publication? What's the headline news today? The market's hit a record high. These are all signals. And if we aren't careful they can become noise so we use a pretty low tech technique here which is just creating. Trello board organized by Category. Where we store what's going on so in the actual truecard. We have links so we can go back to it and find the details but we organize them by their headlines and this is great because we can go back at will. We don't have to scour the internet or review. Which Slack Channel. Did Somebody share that with me. We can just take a look here and easily. Organize everything now that we've gathered those signals and we've organize them a bit more systematically. We can identify relevant trends. I'm going to walk you through some examples of the things that might seem tonight. I are focusing on right now. Last Fall American Express released. Its new green card packed with a slew of new benefits. It's also made of recycled ocean. Plastic at least for the most part and for that package of new benefits. They've raised the price fifty percent for the subscription month later bunk out of the Netherlands. They launched their own green card ninety nine years a year subscription and for every hundred bucks you spend. They plant a tree within two months. They planted forty thousand trees. Really Cool and the most extreme example up here is a carbon control. Card launched a think tank in Sweden called economy in partnership with the UN climate. Change Secretariat and Mastercard.

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Epic Games Store cloud saves roll out for two games

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Epic Games Store cloud saves roll out for two games

"Tim Sweeney was responded to a fan on twitter and he said this cloud saves are able for a couple of new games right now. We've a bit more work to do before rolling out more widely so of course. There's you know there's the EPA game store. A lot of people hate it. For a variety of reasons. One of being doesn't have a million different features like a cart in this in a cloud saves and as epochs men very clear transparent about what their own Trello. That's public of what's coming coming what they're working on looks like clouds already enabled for some games and around the corner for the rest of them as we've all been predicting whereas if you're sitting there saying we hate the epic store because of this problem I get it but it's in a year going to be a moot point. All this like the majority of this should fix right Tim

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"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Trello, Adrian Viele east side west side traffic. Well, we've got stop and go on the one on one northbound between Chandler boulevard and Elliott, Mike also more slowing one zero one northbound between face line in university. Red mountain may says stop and go to two westbound between Gilbert road increase to two westbound between Williams fielded velvet on the Santan. That's also slow more slowing on the two two westbound between McQueen and almost score US sixty westbound between hate leeann valve vista is slow and US sixty westbound at valve is to drive accident off left with DPS on that scene. Adrian, what are you got on the west side and right now? Well, we got a lot of closures here. First of all sixty seventh avenue shut down northbound and southbound between southern and Broadway. This is due to flooding. If you on the area fifty avenue is going to be your best bet to get around that this morning Peoria also closed in both directions from sixty third avenue. Ninth avenue. Serious clashes happened that around seven o'clock this morning Oliver cactus. Those are the alternates there. And now Thunderbird road is closed eastbound at the I seventeen and those westbound lanes are restricted as well, of course, due to another accident one westbound seventh avenue an accident in the clearing stages at the moment and watch for delay in the fifty one thousand found that's going to be bumper to bumper northern to about Indian school, and I ten westbound a crash fifty nine th avenue off to the left traffic report. Eight thirty eight fifty K F Y watch the games top stars in action on tennis channel as they play. At one of the year's biggest events that BNP parabolic open in.

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"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"With the traffic would leave Pol and Steve trello. Well, we got a lot of problems on our highways here this afternoon James one of those a wreck it's on the one northbound at the two zero two red mountain freeway southbound one so far so good fingers crossed is. As far as the two zero two Santan, no major backup right now. Eastbound two red mountain freeway, would you have a crash is your approach. Gilbert roadblocking off the shoulder. We're gonna toss it over to Steve down the west side. Well, we have an accident state route fifty one northbound at Thunderbird I ten eastbound at one hundred seventh avenue, we have a wreck. Also, a crash eastbound at sixteenth street. I ten westbound at seventh avenue, we have an incident off, right? I seventeen northbound at Thunderbird. They finally got that accident talked off to the right forty three rd avenue at Broadway, reckon seventy Fifth Avenue and in canto mishap next traffic is coming up at five thirty spe-, trello, five fifty KFYI. Celebrate fifteen years of art and community at camp Reena stage multi yard summer day camp for ages eight to fifteen camp arena stage features more than seventy five including film, making music dance rock band, stop motion, animation sports and more discovering new talent. Create a new passion, and they new friends at the same time. Register today to week four. We can six week sessions are available. These at arena stage dot org slash camp for more or call two four eight eight thirty three hundred. That gas gas every time you puff. If you drive you.

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"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Fifty KFYI type for east side west side traffic Steve trello elite Powell James we're going to start off with the superstition freeway right now eastbound on the sixty traffic starting to build rural over to Amish school road heavy already on the two zero. Two westbound red mountain freeway street, out to the fifty, one ten mini stack if you're on the, northbound two two red mountain freeway there's Iraq University Drive at the, on ramp also traffic starting to build one forty-three heading south sky harbor overnight ten, eastbound ten stop and go from the. Seventeen out to. The Sixty westbound slow would go University. Drive out to the seventeenth, couple of service street wrecks one of those on Arizona's avenue south array crash on Guadalupe McClintock here's Steve on the west side well we. Still have an accident offer I to one westbound approaching sixty seven th avenue, I seventeen northbound at union hills. That accident off to the right sixteenth street this is at union, hill also we have a crash a wreck cactus west of nineteenth avenue and a, vehicle fire, this McDowell, road. At Perryville next traffic four thirty Steve trello five fifty KFYI this is Bill from bills passed in termite we've been hearing a lot about diversity for a while on the surface they may look different but underneath they're all the same rotten to the. Core the GAM termites with all, seventeen different species build, their underground network and then rise up to, assault our homes they can resist all they want but there are, no match, for Bill specialized termite eradication and that's why even other Pest control companies recommend us, for our termite impact services bills. Termites heal.

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"trello" Discussed on Upgrade

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on Upgrade

"And that's where a couple of years ago I went crazy for a couple of weeks. I created the system. They use his a bunch of five on on to format these questions in markdown. So he takes the data reformat everything markdown and along with the markdown info. It also embeds in the trello card that is generated. Is happier in beds, a workflow link that one tapped on the trello apply US launches workflow with the information pre field. So the workflow sees the input and knows what to do. But more than that overtime, I realized, you know. I don't wanna do this for every single individual card that I need to opening trello and top on Ron workload link just too much work. So I realized what I wanna do is I want to move a bunch of cards for sections or people that aren't gonna interview for things that will be featured in the next issue, a wanna move into the next shoe column. And then I wanna have a workflow that says, let me look into the next issue column and let me see what I can do for you. And so there's these workloads that it's called export and the pending on what I choose it exports op the abuse for updates that we wanna cover into a Ulysses sheet or he does. So with Pune a questions, it does the same with interesting links that we wanna right up. It's a way to batch export and.

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"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Americans are ignorant on their rights and i think that's part of the reason why we're in this mess right now we'll get to that at four fifty four minutes after the hour you are listening to talk five fifty kfyi time for east side west side traffic with steve trello lee shantanu freeway very slow right now james t eastbound on the two of two that starts at the one on one continues over to gilbert road now if you're on the one zero one southbound a lot of problems one of those a slow go situation between the two red mountain freeway in the sixty and northbound one one two rex one of those at elliot off right the other one you're gonna find approaching guadeloupe road off to your right to ot westbound we're talking to red mountain freeway now stop and go fortieth street out to the fifty one ten mini stack here's your problem spots on the ten one of those westbound heavy traffic at the two zero two mini stack all the way out to forty three rd avenue and more slow and go eastbound ten from the seventeen split into the sixty steve trellis on the west side i ten westbound at state route fifty one right there is a mini stack we have a transition ramp to northbound fifty one right lane is blocked by an accident also accident on the on ramp gore point i ten eastbound at seven three i ten westbound at eighty third avenue we have an accident off right is seventeen southbound at thunderbird we have a crash next traffic we'll do that right at five o'clock steve trello five fifty kfyi here's how you know that radio works i this is mike broomhead and i've been talking about my friend and trusted realtor carol royse with keller williams realty east valley for a long time and she is your valleywide agent the other day carol was at a big box store and she was checking out and the cashier said are you the same carol royse runs commercials on the radio carol replied yes that's me and here's the best part another person line said hey we're planning on moving this summer because my husband is being relocated so we.

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"trello" Discussed on Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

"All right keenum you're on mute all right i can't see your video either hey how's it going is coming man i got handle in sure you know yeah i'll talk about that with you after the webinar but do you have any questions on trello right now i guess i haven't gotten that even only because i got stuck on other projects it wasn't really the point of doing other stuff until i got my main project finished because that will see everything else so how he right now keeping track of things you need to work on or a sada i'm prefer asana okay that's fine same same concept yeah so they took them a while to hook up a work around so that it would linked to asana and make it work so i i don't care what people use as long as i mean i personally prefer trello to asana just change some steps that they have the can ban flow with those cards in less which i just prefer over saint things in a list view as long as you have a distinction between where you're capturing to use an where you are communicating that's that's the main thing so also with trello i'm sure on has api we're doing a lot of automation that we've customized with trello so for instance you guys i've been getting some emails that people are annoyed by the email that they get when they're waiting on like when we're waiting on you now so the way that that's done is now when we move from your trello boorda card to waiting on client you are getting immediately e mail from us so we could through their api we could we could trigger automatically email to be sent but now we're gonna start doing is we're gonna wait twenty four hours after it's been moved and if the card is still in waiting on client after twenty four hours than you get an email but i just wanna highlight that any of these tools that you decide to use for project management it's really important to to make sure they have agi because down the road.

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"trello" Discussed on Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

"In this episode we're looking at trillo and easy to use project management system that is really enhanced our productivity at leverage trela to keep track of all your project details in one place assigned tasks and quickly see the status of each project today's topic is on trello which is one of the core tools that we use recommend that leverage we built we built the company with trello basically as it's back in you know the story of how how we built the company twenty four hours was really in that first twenty four hours i had the idea to setup trello boards for each client and we'll get into what a board means but essentially trello is still to this day powering how we handle manage all our tasks now there's some limitations which is why we've been building our own it's going to be released soon but trello in itself is a super powerful unpopular tool both for business and for personal and it's not a they don't like to label themselves as a project management software it's really for task tracking so it could be for personal use it could be for business use a ministro you guys the tool today men show you some of the different ways that we use it but it's very flexible will end outrage with i mean i that but in the previous webinar we went over slack and some people get mixed up will when wendy you slack when you use trello and the analogy that.

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"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Time for east side west side traffic was steve trello how santana eastbound on the two zero two james very slow one a one over to gilbert road we've got a lot of heavy traffic on the one on one on the east side indian school heading southbound over to guadeloupe wrote on the one oh one westbound traffic slowing up princess drive all the way out to nineteenth avenue on the red mountain freeway westbound heavy traffic from the one forty three out to the mini stack she'll have that wreck westbound ten baseline on ramp lock on the two right lanes heavy traffic westbound ten also broadway out to the seventeen split heading home on the ten eastbound you've got a slow ride jefferson out to the sixty crash mira cope on three forty seven at the two thirty eight and iraq fifty fiftysix street and chandler boulevard here's steve trail on the west side well we have an accident i ten westbound at sixteen th street off right now the one off right i ten eastbound at seventh avenue i ten east founded sixteenth street also off decide side certain north of maine we have a crash and twelfth street south of campbell next traffic top of the hour steve trello five fifty kfi in high school i started off as a receptionist in the summers and everything i started doing i was more interested in and i wanted to learn more and more i decided this is what i wanna do for the rest of my life lisa lund ceo of the lung mortgage team i worked with my dad i sixteen years before he passed away he taught me relationships are more important than just closing alone he always taught me to to kind of keep the old school mentality of meeting with people and connecting with someone to help them understand that we're here to help you through the process will come to visit you you can come visit us anytime sierra operations come talk to me personally or anyone in my office personally i feel when you say i'm gonna do this for you that means you're really gonna do it for them were here local our offices here we're going to get this done we're going to work together from one generation to the.

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"trello" Discussed on The Digital Entrepreneur

The Digital Entrepreneur

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on The Digital Entrepreneur

"Teamwork dot com teamwork dot com that's pretty simple well my what i like i do like trello and trello is very popular it's a can ban board system you literally put up notes and you moved your notes from one stage to the other stage by dragging them into a column format i like it a lot on the individual side i think it you will outgrow it once you get too big right so for few people going back and forth i think it's perfectly fine but as your needs become more evolved i think trello will get you kind of there but then all of a sudden you're going to realize you have boards after boards boards with notes after notes after notes and becomes just overwhelming and at that point more professional project management is in my opinion needed but if you're just starting now if you're just trying to collaborate with someone try trello out simple throw up your throw up your ideas and then create up the stages where those ideas will have to go next and that's all you have to solve what's the next step that's it and defined the series of steps life will be better all right katie i found today show inspirational i always love sharing these things do you have a final thought i in the show with i am excited go start helping build my husband's website absolutely well i'm working through my objectives with my wife to help her on her road and it is as we said a series of small steps and what about you folks what's your next step where are you going to go after this recording i hope it someplace fantastic because you can do it you really really can do and as always we will be here on the digital entrepreneur will catch in next time and the next.

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"trello" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"It was cool because now she's come back to me she's like my advice you ran with it i need to know what you're doing and i'm like no problem so i'm i'm not in a position to give that information that advice back so this very fluid like that's how it's different from mentor shifts it's more like peer but you guys are always passing information back and forth on like helping each other gets the next level yen attribute even started this podcast to my mastermind group you know myself i meet monthly with a group it's a four of us now of women that they kind of came organically for my circle so if they're women who wanna start their own mastermind don't know where to find like minded people at one recommend joining accord he's thinking grow chick face with group because lot of like minded women in that community so definitely check that out so now i want to transition into the lightning round of this podcast and yes the drill is you answer the first thing that comes to mind so you ready yes all right number one what's the resource that has helped you in your business that you can share with the side hustle pro audience oh man there are so many like how can i choose i would say my favorite is trello trello is like there's not a there's a few actually will give like how about three so i'm trello is something that i use every single day and workflow is something that i use every single day and an app called to do some us every single day and so we talk about how do you manage this if you have a job and how you keep things going trello is like a fantastic project management tool that allows you to visually organize things workflow e is like a list maker on overdrive and so i out line all of my blog posts all of my podcasts all of my paid programs like nothing comes out into fruition before it's gone through workflow because allows me to like just brain dump and then organize things in a way.

"trello" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on 100 PM

"There is a consultancy that you were a big consultancy that was managing also so there's a lot of discussions with the ceo and discussions with upper leadership and things were spinning in not face though yeah it was a lot of chaos it was it was kind of again just standing there and watching people in lot of ways and be like okay so this is what what's going on this is how this implicate this team and this is what i would be responsible for many of the things i have made my current job in some way successful feel sue strong a word but that have been helpful if you will in my current job have been from just kind of that observation period while at the children's place tactically like doing in terms of the work i did exposure shera was thousand first exposure i've been working with trello before she's not quite the same thing there's a use for trello i think but there is also i think some people try to use trello as you're in that doesn't really work on i was i was one of those people was like do we really need your like we can just get on trello it's it's easy and everybody gets access to annoy no no no you don't understand so that was like an exposures who also but i also felt very much a certain times like a bottle nagging the team because i was the only product manager on the ground and any story that needs recreate a like oh well i need to go through you that doesn't make sense like if it's a developer story i can't be creating that like that's a waste of my time waste of developers times for me to sit down and try to understand what they're working on one day could just be creating so that sort of exposure those are kind of things that i think he can't really read about or find in any sort of book or any sort of reading those have been helpful to me for me in terms of learning how to engage with different people try to keep teams on track yet i mean there's so much inside of that the reflection about kind of observing and questioning what.

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"trello" Discussed on Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

"You trying to highlight here or if you have the you wanna show i can also give you two at a high level explain why they're even care to be listening right now to the webinar not i i wanna take a step back and go more high level than low level so so this is better than regular to do because you can go on each checklist item you can put field and videos and images to explain how to do that checklist item so in trello there might be a checklist item to off board someone in the first step is to remove them from slap the next step is to log into one password do something but if you don't know how to do those steps you're going to get lost in trello or in a to do list and you won't know how to actually perform that step so prostrate allows you to put details showing how to do each step if it's then would it take if then options yeah another thing it does is it it you can force an order so if you don't want to remove someone from say one password before removing him from from slack you cannot allow that next checklist item to be ticked off until you've done the previous one so you can enforce an order versus in a regular to do list or checklists it can be done in any order that make sense good and then where this really becomes powerful we'll get into this blanket show but he mentioned before it connects with a tool called zap year which again you don't need to know how to set this up we can do this for you but you can start automating things so you can basically connect this to other systems in tools to speed up processes so for us maybe i'll show you are on boarding process or hiring process we've integrated process street with a tool called hello sign i can literally just click a button in process street so i can check off to a check off box sent contractor remained and it will automatically send that document to the contractor filled in with all their information just by clicking check box and that's all because processed rate has an integration was up here and also has an api.

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"trello" Discussed on Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on Leverage: Optimize, Automate, Outsource: Productivity Tips, Virtual Assistant Insights, Outsourcing, Life Hacks, and More

"Download videos can actually be uploaded directly from your computer or you can actually grab a link from youtube or whist lia or video and pace it right into right here intellectually embed the video right into your process with somebody can watch it images you can actually drag and drop them from your computer you can also copy image from somewhere on the internet so so as an example of that if you just happen to decide that you wanted to search for give me a second here blake like giving a lot of information very very quickly and very little our audience right surly they don't care about this year and i'm sorry we're going to be implementing a lot of this so let's ocher i want to take a step back and answer questions where we're at now because i'm not sure at a high level i wanna make sure people understand the value of why we're even talking about process street and why it's important yeah so so you you might you guys might be wondering you know why is this even a useful tool i have a to do list or checklist in trello yeah does anyone is anyone thinking that right now no i mean we going technical all right so jeff is wondering that so there's a few things that that process street does really really well which makes it super useful over just say using a regular checklist in trello so for one thing you can go into within a checklist item you can control the order that a checklist is done so in trello there might be a task with five checklist items in process tree on each checklist item we can put we can put we can customize it so we can put a date we can assign that row to someone we can put markup in videos so imagine on trillo or on any to do list are there what are you what are you.

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"trello" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on 100 PM

"I know that sounds completely weird but i've always been kind of like how does how do you do it when i was doing physics in college i used to hang out with the business people because i was kind of how do you do the business that i was like i wanted to hear the process and they thought i was crazy but i guess it kind of came full circle now that i think about it today you are head of product at two fi correct so what is to be so to fee is a product i started really only few months ago i have for some time now wanted to create a product managers product let's how he used to describe it it was a ridiculous thing but the goal then was i wanted a product that helps you do product management but an intern made you a better product manager just for having used it i used everything from a hod trello to jira pivotal every product out there very great for project management and so my original idea for to fee i think before even i had i was thinking of the name defy was i saw that a lot of companies just didn't understand how to experiment and what to do with experimentation and so i started there and so i did a lot of customer development and ended up with a very disappointing result and the result of this customer development was go out and meeting with people in starbucks all over the anywhere they were i went i sit up meeting after meeting all types of company all types of product person nuder product old the product everyone had this need was it was very clear from my interviews they also be experimenting more they all needed help.

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"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"The united states is a joke in his plan is a joke you have to start asking questions i've got some more things i want you to hear from ruben agai ago also from the president and then we have to answer the question i mean does the president had the power to send the national guard troops to the border that is the question that the left is asking we will answer it at four twenty it is four fourteen my friends you're listening to news talk five fifty kfyi time for eastside westside traffic was steve trello and lee powell santan freeway showing a whole lot of traffic already james t eastbound on the two zero two kicks in around the one oh one continues over gilbert wrote working iraqi spout sixty superstition freeway country club drive you've got that off to your left what it went southbound erector gmt at guadalupe road westbound heavy traffic hayden road all the way out to nineteenth avenue scottsdale all the way out to the west side you gotta so right there on the one zero one eastbound to to a crash in the red mountain freeway fortieth street at the offramp stuck there and the gore point eastbound to another crash you're gonna find approaching scottsdale road and a wreck in tempe as well on priests just north of the sixty he's on the west side is steve trailer well we have an accident on ramp gore points one on one eastbound at seven street also offramp right lane blocked i seventeen northbound at anthem way third street north of mcdowell we have a wreck also a crash olive east of grand avenue next traffic that's coming up about four thirty steve trello five fifty kfyi hey this mike broomhead you've heard me talk about carol royse keller williams realty east valley your valleywide realtor how about an account from someone who dealt with craig what did you think of carol well mike my wife and i decided to downsizing we i it's a smaller house that we were thrilled with we assumed are larger house would sell quickly and so he carried to mortgages after one year in two different real estate agencies we were very frustrated on sunday her to carol royse radio show and felt compelled to call her they sold their house for full asking price.

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"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Listening in so you're sitting here getting these pop up ads using oh wow we'll just thinking about that now you've probably said something not facebook they use that information to target you so here's my question in light of this we're gonna talk about this at five fifty in light of this are you more inclined to cancel your facebook account they are listening to you it's not intuitive is not smart marketing no they're actually listening in on your conversations on your smartphone and on your computer according to this whistle blower what are you going to do about it it is five forty four you're listening to five fifty kfyi time for east side west side traffic was steve trello powell once again a red flag here eastbound tin hov lane is blocked off from a collision trying to get over to eastbound sixty traffic just sitting there that's the hov lane ten eastbound over to the sixty eastbound that's also affecting and close the hov ramp over two westbound sixty so big mess there at the transition what you get on the sixty if you're heading eastbound there's a record alma school road off to your right crash on the red mountain freeway eastbound on the two two mcclintock blocking the hov and the left lane serious wreck on cave creek road and joe joemax better off on tatum boulevard physical peak right now another serious crash on of traffic fortieth street in broadway looks like your best bets would be thirty second street or southern here's steve on the west side well we have an accident off right fifty one northbound at coulter also some stop and go traffic i ten westbound from the mini stack out to fifty nine th avenue and we've got an accident involving a pedestrian this is done lap at third street that you need to avoid next traffic that's coming up six oh five steve trello five fifty kfyi advisory services offered through securities llc member finra sipc investments cranking you planning associates llc so you're not affiliated.

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"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"trello" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Alan dershowitz who is also another a liberal lawyer very liberal lawyer but believes the rule of law he caught the same thing he's like wait a minute some somebody's lineup in here somebody's lying all of these cases where one of them is not telling the truth obviously we know that komi leaked and laundered information through a columbia law professor it didn't have the courage to stand up in front of the television cameras and expresses views that a special council should be appointed so we'd laundered the information through a law professor and we know therefore that he does and has leaked and i do think that that should be the subject of an investigation to determine who is telling the truth gets mccabe and komi seemed to have stated under oath very inconsistent points i just want to point out to you again i'm not giving you conservatives here i'm giving you liberals liberal lawyers who believe in rule of law and they're saying that you know something stinks to high heaven here all right i gave you the facts at four fifty i'm going to give you the spin because the spin was hot and heavy over the weekend and this morning as well it is four forty four you are listening to talk five fifty kfi time for east side west side traffic steve trello and on the santan freeway james of slow slow and go eastbound on the two zero two starting around the one one over to gilbert road we have a crash in timpee westbound sixty just past mill avenue you're heading that way it's got the left lane blocked off eastbound sixty expect some slowing priest over to country club drive still working that collision westbound one zero one at fifty sixth street off to the right heavy slowing on the till two westbound red mountain thirty second street out to the fifty one ten mini stack car motorcycle wreck on pesos paco's in greenfield roads also got a wreck in tempe mike slowing things up here james on mill avenue in washington here's steve trello on the west side well we have an off ramp closure is seventeenth southbound at seventh avenue due to a crash you want to exit nineteen th avenue or seventh street instead it's a rollover one.

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