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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"From the beginning president trump calling out Mike Lindell at one of his rallies he's also invited Mr Lindell to the White House sat right next to him and then that was where he said I've got the pillows and I use them in their great things in such like Mike you can't you can't buy that kind of endorsement man in fact it's money you are talking today because on Sunday the president first time ever in my career re tweeted one of my columns and I felt like I feel like you in that moment relocated by my I want to go back to the entrepreneurial thing because when we're talking about how to really save a society you're in your fashion for the addicts and getting them clean and getting people into recovery and starting entrepreneurial activity it's kind of a link in the my in the Michael and Dale big master plan to help fix America these two go together explain how well what they do and and it also goes back to when I met with Donald Trump before he was president because you stop all matches I would be able to I would be able to do all the things I'm doing it will one be for our great president either I am right now you have you talked about the attic she I was there when you sign the opiate bill I am not skills right in that it would take too long and you're sure to see how it fits in with my platform for that but one of the things right now when I do get with this man recovery network the attic there's gonna be a scan imported tens of thousands of ex addicts I I didn't say that before but that's what this is I am so is so blessed that god gave me download for this our platform but the I'm sure partner I'll tell you about that with the page we're in right now there is no better time in history the greatest revival ever but I'll tell you people with this economy entrepreneurs are taking chances both in business right now and in products were and it because we have a safety net if they failed they can always go back to the a great paying job because they're they're all over the place down wages are rising and as such is the perfect it's it's like a a great one one needs to another and a sister is going to keep getting better and better any any talk of a recession forget about where an anomaly here and this is just going to keep going after they see it all around me the entrepreneur they need to get some self worth but you know and everything comes out and he becomes a great an entrepreneur they're hard workers an addict you play an attic up people ask me all the time Kevin Engel while you might your short hard how do you if you don't do it at all I'm not working hard I love what I'm doing addictions hard work there's some of the hardest workers on the planet in their in their addiction because it's so much work you create an attic in restores heart there some of the greatest entrepreneurs and era workers in in the world yeah and every other culture the throne is you're getting you get their heart restore their drive boil trade there just they'll be there so committed and they are and they get it done and it well connecting the two is going to help our country so much and it's something that you've practiced and seen on the personal level because when you met me I think you had the what ten employees are thirty employees or something like that and now how many people work for Michael and telling my pillow we have sixteen hundred and we're expanding every day because of the snow my store dot com platform that we're gonna be doing we're going to becoming a shipping but it just keeps going up I want to see those two calendar let's get a little political on here the the wealthy people ask me all the time business owners in different people well Mike you must really got hooked issue and all in for the president I said are you kidding me I said he's the one to stop he's gotten done takes my business and as much better I tried my best day of my bill you know what it is it was been terrible today's the day were sitting at it just keeps getting better and better and better and better you know what the of people need to know that in business you know what if everything that goes by that at this president Donald Trump is done to help you out there your personal lives you better start getting out and speaking about insurance people go to promises gap dot com all the promises that he made in caps because now we have so much where we all loaded a man on Facebook for now we have proof of concept going high a look around you this is the best we're in the best economy the lowest unemployment the best here is really key yeah consumer confidence ever I I think it's some of the bells consumer confidence ever and is showing that all round it's in the the Christmas season here where everybody's buying a thing I've I've heard reports all over the place it's going to be one of the best ever for us because people are confident well what's interesting is is as we sit and talk about this at this very moment there were two polls put up today specifically as it relates to black voters in twenty twenty thirty four percent of African Americans are now in the president's campaign if that holds true on election day the previous high record for African Americans with the Republican president was George W. bush at eleven percent in his in his reelect president trump holds a thirty four percent support of black Americans he is going to it will not even be close he'll win forty or more states in twenty twenty now I don't I don't say all that to say that that's going to happen I'm just saying I think people do understand how hard he has worked to make the economy better to get jobs created and to help people be able to do that an entrepreneur is to me the the the spark plugs in the engine of the American economy is the entrepreneurial community when they take the risks to open businesses and to start you know a business is out of their homes and maybe it's like you drawing the logo in the in the kitchen in the middle of the night and then someone killed by hand for ten or fifteen years do you get enough to get a sewing machine going whatever the case may be there's a there's a passion there's a dream there's a love for what they believe that they've been inspired to do and we if the more that we can encourage that the more that that helps others still that same expectation and dream and my desire is that from a biblical perspective I think it's a godly to say to people Hey what are you passion about what did god make you naturally passionate about how can we help you explore that and produce that better so I'm excited about my store I'm excited about the Lindell recovery network I'm I'm always been excited about the my pillow platform and what you're doing there I want to ask you about one other thing and if we run out of time before this break in our final a couple minutes together because the final segment just a couple minutes long I want you to I want you to make some news here on my show will Michael in del at some point in the future run for public office don't say yet wait till we come back from this break we're going to take this commercial break could we be talking to president Michael Intel's someday or senator Michael Intel some day we'll discuss that Hey by the way don't forget your listening right now Jesus street he's a dream she says whether.

Mike Lindell White House president
"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The that was president trump calling out Mike Lindell at one of his rally sees also invited Mr Lindell to the White House sat right next to him and then that was where he said I've got the pillows and I use them in their great things is less like Mike you can't you can't buy that kind of endorsement man in fact it's money you are talking today because on Sunday the president first time ever in my career re tweeted one of my columns and I felt like I felt like you in that moment I felt like Hey you just bought my I want to go back to the entrepreneurial thing because when we're talking about how to really save a society eating your in your fashion for the addicts and getting them clean and getting people into recovery and starting entrepreneurial activity it's kind of a link in the my in the Michael and Dale big master plan to help fix America these two go together explain how well what they do and and it also goes back to when I met with Donald Trump before he was president because you stop all matches I won't be able to I would be able to do all the things I'm doing it will one be for our great president either I am right now all you have to talk about the attic see I was there when you sign the albeit bill I am not skills right in that it would take too long and you're sure to see how it fits in with my platform for about one of the things right now when I do get with this man recovery network the attic there's gonna be a screen imported tens of thousands of ex addicts I I didn't say that before the death star this is I am so is so blessed that god gave me and download for this our platform but the I'm sure partner I'll tell you about that with the page we're in right now no better time in history the greatest revival ever but I'll tell you people with this economy entrepreneurs are taking chances bold in business right now and in products were and it because we have a safety net if they fail they can always go back to the I agree three in job because they're they're all over the place down wages are rising and as such is the perfect it's it's like a a great one one needs to another and a sister and trying to keep getting better and better any any talk of a recession forget about where an anomaly here and this is just going to keep going after they see it all around me the entrepreneur they need to get some self worth but you know and everything comes out and he becomes a great an entrepreneur they're hard workers an attic you play an attic up people out we always trying Kevin Engel while you might you were sure hard how do you if you don't do it at all I'm not working hard I love what I'm doing addictions hard work attic out there there's some of the hardest workers on the planet in their in their addiction because it's so much work you you're free an attic in restores heart there some of the greatest entrepreneurs and era workers in in the world and every other culture the throne you you're getting you get their heart restore their drive boil trade there just they'll be there so committed and they are and they get it done and as well connecting the two is going to help our country so much and it's something that you've practiced in scene on the personal level because when you met me I think you had the what ten employees are thirty employees or something like that and now how many people work for Michael and telling my pillow sixteen hundred and we're expanding every day because of the snow my store dot com platform that we're gonna be doing we're going to becoming a shipping but it just keeps going up I want to say that you can get a little political on here the the wealthy people ask me all the time business owners in different people well Mike you must really got hurt issue and all in for the president I said are you kidding me I said he's the one to stop he's gotten done take my business and and much better I tried my best day of my bill you know what it is it was been terrible today's the day were sitting in it just keeps getting better and better and better and better you know what if people need to know that in business you know what if everything that goes by that US president Donald Trump is done to help you out there your personal lives you better start getting out and speaking about insurance people Gorder promises cap dot com all the promises that he made in caps because now we have a stroll much proof of concept where we all loaded a man on Facebook for now we have proof of concept going Hey look around you this is the best we're in the best to call me the lowest unemployment the best here is really key yeah consumer confidence ever I I think it's some of the bells consumer confidence ever and is showing that all round it's in the the Christmas season here everybody's buying a thing I've I've heard reports all over the place it's going to be one of the best ever for us because people are confident well what's interesting is is as we sit and talk about this at this very moment there were two polls put up today specifically as it relates to black voters in twenty twenty thirty four percent of African Americans are now in the president's campaign if that holds true on election day the previous high record for African Americans with a Republican president to was George W. bush at eleven percent in his in his reelect president trump holds a thirty four percent support of black Americans he is going to it will not even be close he'll win forty or more states in twenty twenty now I don't I don't say all that to say that that's gonna happen I'm just saying I think people do understand how hard he has worked to make the economy better to get jobs created and to help people be able to do that an entrepreneur is to me the the the spark plug this in the engine of the American economy he is the entrepreneurial community when they take the risks to open businesses and to start you know a business is out of their homes and maybe it's like you drawing the logo in the in the kitchen in the middle of the nine then someone killed by hand for ten or fifteen years to you get enough to get a sewing machine going whatever that case may be there's a there's a passion there's a dream there's a love for what they believe that they've been inspired to do and we if the more that we can encourage that the more that that helps others still that same expectation and dream and my desire is that from a biblical perspective I think it's a godly to say to people Hey what are you passionate about what did god make you naturally passionate about how can we help you explore that and produce that better so I'm excited about my store I'm excited about the Lindell recovery network I'm I'm always been excited about the my pillow platform and what you're doing there I want to ask you about one other thing and if we run out of time before this break in our final a couple minutes together because the final segment just a couple minutes long I want you to I want you to make some news here on my show will Michael in del at some point in the future run for public office don't say can't wait till we come back from this break we're going to take a commercial break could we be talking to president Michael and they'll Sunday or senator Mike Lindell some day we'll discuss that Hey by the way don't forget your listening right now Jesus she he's.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"If people need to know that in business you know what if everything that goes by that at this president Donald Trump is done to help you out there your personal life you better start getting out and speaking about in short people go to promises cap dot com all the promises that he made in caps because now we have a strong much four prong set up where we all loaded a man on Facebook for now we have proof of concept going Hey look around you this is the best we are in the best to call me the lowest unemployment the best here is really key yeah consumer confidence ever I I think it's some of the bells consumer confidence ever and is showing that all round it's in the on the Christmas season here everybody's buying a thing I've I've heard reports all over the place it's going to be one of the best ever for our for because people are company well what's interesting is is as we sit and talk about this at this very moment there were two polls put up today specifically as it relates to black voters in twenty twenty thirty four percent of African Americans are now in the president's camp and if that holds true on election day the previous high record for African Americans with the Republican president was George W. bush at eleven percent in his in his reelect arm if president trump holds a thirty four percent support of black Americans he is going to it will not even be close hill when forty or more states in twenty twenty now I don't I don't say all that to say that that's going to happen I'm just saying I think people do understand how hard he has worked to make the economy better to get jobs created and to help people be able to do that an entrepreneur is to me the the the the spark plug this in the engine of the American economy is the entrepreneurial community when they take the risks to open businesses and to start you know a business is out of their homes and maybe it's like you drawing the logo in the in the kitchen in the middle of the night and then someone killed by hand for ten or fifteen years to you get enough to get a sewing machine going whatever the case may be there's a there's a passion there's a dream there's a love for what they believe that they've been inspired to do and we if the more that we can encourage that the more that that helps others fulfill that same expectation and dream and my desire is that from a biblical perspective I think it's a godly to say to people hate what are you passionate about what did god make you naturally passionate about how can we help you explore that and produce that better so I'm excited about my store I'm excited about the Lindell recovery network I'm I'm always been excited about the my pillow platform and what you're doing there I want to ask you about one other thing and if we run out of time before this break in our final a couple minutes together because the final segment just a couple minutes long I want you to I want you to make some news here on my show will Michael and dell at.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

"Lose juice. Go hasn't losers good point stressful Jake. That was good that was licensed socrates stuff. That was okay. All right all right moving on moving on. I've got one or two more. We're here how is cyber Monday. I have already found two kid. Watches on sale and Alabama Jersey. So if you've forgotten you should pry cyber Monday route. Twenty items of hunting gear mark all the way down to less than a grand light. Did we gotta do this Alabama closer mark down to right now actually. They're not really not. I've still trying to be super serious. Can't see him. I HOPE COMMITTED TO JERSEY. I hope half. Aw You guys. He's a good guy. Feel I feel all right. Let's close out. Let's talk about the president for a moment. First of all reports are showing that black support black America support for trump is up to thirty four percent approval walks over for the demonstration a twenty twenty absolute landslide. What did I say several months ago? I said if we could get up to at least fifteen I think it will have a landslide. It's showing up to thirty four percent right now. If I was a Democrat cannot just point out that our commander in chief did that surprises. And don't ruin. WE'RE GONNA go no no hold on. I know I know but we gotta talk about the thing here because this is Lee conversation to have all right so the whole flow of events that led up to that surprise thing right there. Trump's troll level is three thousand yes okay because basically what trump does is he posted. This photo was rocky Balboa. Okay News goes insane over it Fact checking if that's a real photo then then I don't know if he sent like a fake motorcade or so. He said a fake motorcade to make it look like he's golfing. The news just bashes try to hold on to bash trump. They jump Hook Line and Saker. They're they're like this is out here. Golfing impeachments going on all these people are where we got over that troops studes golf offend next thing you know he goes to an event. I think it was in Kentucky a rally in Kentucky. No where was it Florida. I don't remember he does a rally rally and then next thing you know he's in Afghanistan. He's surprises the troops for Thanksgiving. And so so. Have you WanNa talk about mouth breathing. Wide Open News outlets. Just I mean th they've got all these reports. What's that have been shared everywhere? Hundreds of thousands of shares vol this trump's golfing trump doesn't care and then he pops up overseas guest with Malania. Johny alright didn't belong in pits. The Pinch family was there to or at least the day before they were there. I'd love to see the faces of the reporters like my golf course waiting for him to. That's what I want to talk about in this episode out. Is this now because the media hates our our president so much They're claiming that was nothing more than a photo op. Of course that you can find that I mean you can twist travel all the way to Afghanistan For a photo op. Well that's that's what the left is started to claim any good trump hitting me photo photo op so in trump's in a room with hundreds of black people and they're all cheering Jesse Jackson. It's a photo op. He could have gone awol to raid or something right down the road funerals like short up he just enjoys going to military funeral. All those amazing smiling faces races like everyone told them just oppose and be like backed happy. You're here ladies and gentlemen listen to me when I say this the democratic everything. It's just falling way polls or even showing knowing now that a lot of the Democrats are getting cold feet about this impeachment thing because it is so kid is falling away at the wayside. Everything that is happening points to. It didn't happen the way so many people are getting caught up with no ways but the premise of this impeachment is is one thing you've got to think about legal systems. They say that trump did a quid pro quo for Ukraine to mess with our elections and he withheld aid funds in return for that. That's the claim that is the claim. That is what they're impeaching on. That's it all. The rest of this stuff is noise and that didn't happen here. You can throw whatever else you WANNA throw into it you you can throw all these misdirections all this everything. The impeachment inquiry inquiry is they say trump did a quid pro quo from from Ukraine to interfere with our elections for Aid Funds. And that's it and that did not happen. They realized that they're losing mad. They are it's not only are they lose. You're losing my thought is. Why do you keep trying to tear it down? Why don't you make something great? Because they're too far into it at this point and democratic though you're getting weaker you would think they're strategist or someone telling. Hey last ditch effort like the Democrats they they think like. Just let it go. Look go through the impeachment hearings. Maybe there's something there that costs millions and millions of dollars. It's like every time they do one of these investigations. That's taxpayer money conscious. It's coming from nowhere. There was a lady Brindell Lawrence Representative from Michigan. Who came out and said I don't want to push this thing any farther like I'm gonNA stand bag? There's not enough evidence. There luscious focus on the election a day later she clarifies after having a phone call and she says No. I still support impeachment. Obviously it's it's better for the Democrats to say there's nothing there were fair and balanced. We were just looking for the truth instead of no. Just keep digging being well anyway. Trump twenty twenty thirty four percent black America approval rating economy's booming lowest black unemployment WPRO plummet rate in fifty years going on the lowest unemployment rate ever Lowest Hispanic and Asian American employment. Ever he support the troops Any gallagher gets to keep his trident pin. He stands up for our warfighters And he man. He's just good every thing that he does. Oh and final point to prove the economy is great black. Friday shoppers spent spent seven point four billion dollars on online alone. That's not even calculating in the stores just online seven point. Four billion dollars in a day was actually in the matter of a couple hours. Yeah the Wade. Whitney Whitney is Jake's wife and she wrote me that it was insane the mall that she worked it was crazy. I mean all these people have all this money money and yet life so bad here. The economy's on the tank. Well weeks sure. Got A lot of extra money to spend Christmas tree on Black Friday speed of money to spend. Thank.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Globe learn why it matters first on call ready how and he's been with us all right from the beginning that was president trump calling out Mike Lindell at one of his rallies he's also invited Mr Lindell to the White House sat right next to him and then that was where he said I've got the pillows and I use them in their great he's such like Mike you can't you can't buy that kind of endorsement man in fact it's funny you are talking today because on Sunday the president first time ever in my career re tweeted one of my columns and I felt like I felt like you in that moment I felt like ages by my fellow Hey I want to go back to the entrepreneurial thing because when we're talking about how to really save a society either your passion for the addicts and getting them clean and getting people into recovery and starting entrepreneurial activity is kind of linked in the mind in the Michael and Dale big master plan to help fix America these two go together explain how well and they what they do and and it also goes back to when I met with Donald Trump before he was president because you stop all matches I could be able to I would be able to do all the things I'm doing it will one be for our great president either I am right now yep you talk about the attitude I was there when he signed the opiate bill and that still thrive in that it would take too long and you're sure to see how it fits in with my platform for about one of the things right now when I do get with this plan recovery network the attic there's gonna be as good employee tens of thousands of ex addicts I I didn't say that before but that's what this is I am so is so blessed that god gave me download for this our platform but the I'm sure partner and I'll tell you about that will work the page we're in right now there is no better time in history in the greatest revival ever but I'll tell you people with this economy entrepreneurs are taking chances bold in business right now Indian products were before and it because we have a safety net if they failed they can always go back to the a great paying job because they're they're all over the place now wages are rising and as such is the perfect it is like a a great one one these to another and a sister is going to keep getting better and better any any talk of a recession forget about where an anomaly here and this is just going to keep going up because I see it all around me the entrepreneur they need to get some self worth what you know and everything comes out and he becomes a great an entrepreneur they're hard workers an attic you play an attic up people ask me all the time Kevin Engel while you might your show hard how do you do you don't know where to go I'm not working hard I love what I'm doing addictions hard work attic out there there's some of the hardest workers on the planet in their in their addiction because it's so much work you you're free an attic your restores heart there some of the greatest entrepreneurs and era workers in in the world and every other culture that's going to you giving you get their heart restore their drive boil chair there just they'll be there so committed and they are and they get it done and as well connecting the two is going to help our country so mine is something that you've practiced in scene on the personal level because when you met me I think you had the what ten employees are thirty employees or something like that and now how many people work for Michael and telling my pillow we have sixteen hundred and we're expanding every day because of the snow my store dot com platform that we're gonna be doing we're going to be coming your shipping but it just keeps going up I want to say that to tell me I'm a get a little political on here the the will be people ask me all the time business owners in different people well Mike you must really got hurt issue and all in for the president I said are you kidding me I said he's the one to stop he's gotten done take my business and as much better I check my best day of my bill you know what it is it was been terrible today's the day were sitting in it just keeps getting better and better and better and better you know what if people need to know that in business you know what if everything that goes by that at this president Donald Trump is done to help you out there your personal life you better start yet non speaking about in showing people Gorder promises cap dot com all the promises that he made in caps because now we have so much concept where we all boarded a man on Facebook for now we have proof of concept going high a look around you this is the best we are the best economy the lowest unemployment the best years really key yeah consumer confidence ever I I think it's some of the best consumer confidence ever and is showing that all round it's in the the Christmas season here where everybody's buying a thing I've I've heard reports all over the place it's going to be one of the best ever for a group because people are company well what's interesting is is as we sit and talk about this at this very moment there were two polls put up today specifically as it relates to black voters in twenty twenty thirty four percent of African Americans are now in the president's camp and if that holds true on election day the previous high record for African Americans with the Republican president was George W. bush at eleven percent in his in his reelect or if president trump holds a thirty four percent support of black Americans he is going to it will not even be close he'll win forty or more states in twenty twenty now I don't I don't say all that to say that that's going to happen I'm just saying I think people do understand how hard he has worked to make the economy better to get jobs created and to help people be able to do that and entrepreneurs to me the the the the spark plugs it's in the engine of the American economy is the entrepreneurial community when they take the risks to open businesses and to start a you know a business is out of their homes and maybe it's like you drawing the logo in the in the kitchen in the middle of the night and then so and pills by hand for ten or fifteen years to you get enough to get a sewing machine going whatever the case may be there's a there's a passion there's a dream there's a love for what they believe that they've been inspired to do and we if the more that we can encourage that the more that that helps others fulfill that same expectation and dream and my desire Francis is that from a biblical perspective I think it's a godly to say to people Hey what are you passionate about what did god make you naturally passionate about how can we help you explore that and produce that better so I'm excited about my store I'm excited about the Lindell recovery network I'm I'm always been excited about the my pillow platform and what you're doing there I want to ask you about one other thing and if we run out of time before this break in our final a couple minutes together because the final segment just a couple minutes long I want you to I want you to make some news here on my show will Michael in del at some point in the future run for public office don't say yet wait till we come back from this break we're going to take this commercial break.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The wake of Montgomery county's county executive mark hours deciding that the thin blue line flag cannot be place today police department station a local restaurant has decided yeah you know what we support the police and will be putting that flag out that this is stork local restaurant in Montgomery County will speak with the owners of that restaurant coming up in just a bit right now we are joined by Selena Zito with one of her dispatches from the middle of somewhere as we like to call them if you like to call them and it's a good to talk to you soon thanks for joining us thanks so much for me so what's happening out there in the middle of somewhere because we're told that this impeachment thing is a constitutional crisis and the president must be taken to account for his high crimes and misdemeanors and yet I had in the polls don't necessarily show that the people are on the side of Adam Schiff Thomas well here's what's interesting I thank I mean I'm I'm old enough to has gone through to impeachment already with Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton and it was a different sense for both of those people and maybe just because of the narrow at the is where you know we were constantly being beat over the head of it there's only you know three channel essentially right our people are they are exhausted because the Democrats fret sort of made the mistake on day one of his inauguration to say the impeachment right now began yeah you know they have shown in the sense of being in the war about this ray and there's a sense among people you know even you know people there wouldn't go Donald Trump if it was you know so you know for all the money in the world is the birth date if they get this you know sort of sense that the Democrats are aren't able to mount a formidable candidate against him in a general and this is the only way to get rid of him and this is where they believe this is their shot and so it's interesting because we're told that those voters the U. chronicle lies in your book conical last the thing is that is that I just invent a word that you contact thank you I'm a good company the voters the U. chronicled with your co author Brad Todd in the great revolt we're told that you know they're they're hurting right now that in any little undermining of of president trump's persona and his stature is going to play into Democrats hands and the and that's what's really at play here that they're just trying to tarnish him and that'll be enough for these voters to say alright enough as you said did when you talk to these waters they're tired they've been through this so much is that sort of fatigue actually working for the president or against working toward him I I the the great revolt inside the populist coalition reshaping American pot politics I wrote with Brad target sort of took you into and then and we hear critics feel back to the architect of the voters weren't that created this coalition these are not the types of voters who are going to be persuaded by popular culture at all this is not because of him this is because it years of being disappointed in in how larger institutions and the news media and the entertainment industry have have have let them down on the back the paperback edition of the book just came out today with analysis of what happened in two thousand eighteen of what to look for a twenty twenty and I I think the packages thank you for twenty I think it's really important for people if you didn't read the great revolt to go back and take a look and understand her this coalition it yeah it's an incredibly different coalition and it goes on well hi a Donald Trump presidency whether it and in twenty twenty or whether if he goes on and is in office January twenty twenty five and an understanding that coalition is how you understand what's going to happen in twenty twenty well US lean I did read your book here's a Brad's book as you know and I loved it and act I'm going to read it again to prepare actually for twenty twenty because I think it's important I mean how much is this shifted how how does the great revolt of twenty twenty the U. chronicled how does that shift or change or redistribute in twenty twenty four in your mind well essentially nothing has changed if this had been groundhog day since November ninth two thousand sixteen if you woke up and that day and you supported him you feel optimistic if you didn't your hair's on fire and nothing's going to extinguish it taken out so you know what we need to take a look at is what happens in the suburbs and and and I think it's really important and you've read the books you know there's not all suburbs are created equal right the suburban voters are very different in northern Virginia than they are in western Pennsylvania even though they may have gone to the same school even though they may have gone to school together our people in western Pennsylvania or restaurant they are much more rooted and connected to place and so that those into how they vote as opposed to someone who was not rooted and are connected to the community they live there that's interesting because as we discussed after the elections here in the Washington area in northern Virginia has gone through quite a demographic changes gone through quite a a cultural change with so many people moving into this area over the course of the last ten years odd that certainly is going to be reflected electorally you're saying that's not the case in many of the suburbs that you're focusing on or for that matter the president's reelection campaigns focusing on right you take a look at Kenosha that under certain the suburbs around Milwaukee and outside of manta Senate outside of Detroit and outside of Pittsburgh you know is you know include outside of Cleveland this is where the grace is the one o'clock and and these are voters have not changed in their support for the president I just remember in the book and I always thought this was great it's just like blew my mind we get polling data to make sure that everything that I reported wasn't in a terrible but it was backed up by sentiment on to the we understood exactly do this coalition was but this is this will not get always display was my mind two thousand sixteen which by the way all of your show compared to twenty twenty thirty four percent account voters could not tell a family member or friend if they were going to vote for him what do you think about that being double this time I have no doubt I have no doubt you're right and it makes and and of course that's that's why the polls are gonna show us what the polls show us the polls are are evenly that was a big problem for pollsters people to work on it and I would be I would be real clear on if they didn't tell people not because they were in there or not because they were ashamed they're very proud of their support but because that was the beginning of the sample culture yeah and people's lives and livelihood and their families were impacted by you America right America and people are afraid to say her the kind of those four because there there are operated it might negatively impact their earning power that's right it's remarkable and it's in it's despicable but this is where we are now and and but but that's not gonna change people's votes it's just gonna change their behavior in terms of talking about politics and they're both mentally but there's always enlightening Salinas either tell Fred taught I said hi congratulations on the release of the paper back and we'll have you guys back as we do our extensive coverage of the twenty twenty election that sounds great thanks so much you bet it's five fifteen W. email traffic.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm but Michigan the U. S. is not headed for a recession that was the point pounded home by the president and his advisers Sunday after a week in which the possibility of a recession entered into the national conversation the money is pouring into the U. S. like never before and like no other country has ever experienced president made his comments before returning to Washington after ten days of his New Jersey golf club CBS is Paula read for even field any questions from reporters the purity wanted to reassure Americans about the state of the US economy he pointed to use low unemployment retail figures that are coming in even export prices going down he said as many of his advisers said on the Sunday show circuit city season no indication of a recession even though or earlier in the week there were signals that were flashing economists believe that you only see those signals when a recession is on the rise and report due out Monday from the national association for business economics says thirty eight percent of economists surveyed expect a recession in twenty twenty thirty four percent expected in twenty twenty one a shipment of jalapeno peppers arrived at a San Diego cargo facility Thursday with a little something extra KCBS TV reporter Chris Holmstrom officers at the tied mesa crossing say a Mexican citizen drove a tractor trailer into the port of entry claiming it was full of jalapenos drug sniffing dogs discovered otherwise they found more than three hundred wrapped packages of pot we're told the drugs are worth more than two million dollars for thirty season others large shipment of marijuana there last Tuesday former CBS sports caster Jack Whittaker known for his eloquent essays died at home Sunday in Pennsylvania CBS's Alison Keyes Whitaker was a CBS sports announcer for twenty two years beginning in the late nineteen fifties covering golf football and horse racing he called the first Superbowl for CBS and the legendary nineteen seventy three Triple Crown race won by secretary at Jack would occur.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Shin that was the point pounded home by the president and his advisers Sunday after a week in which the possibility of a recession entered into the national conversation the money is pouring into the U. S. like never before and like no other country has ever experience the president made his comments before returning to Washington after ten days of this New Jersey golf club CBS is Paula read for you can feel that any questions from reporters the purity wanted to reassure Americans about the state of the US economy he pointed to use low unemployment retail figures that are coming in even export prices going down he said as many of his advisers said on the Sunday show circuit that he sees no indication of a recession even though earlier in the week there were signals that were flashing economists believe that you only see those signals when the recession is on the rise and report due out Monday from the national association for business economics says thirty eight percent of economists surveyed expect a recession in twenty twenty thirty four percent expected in twenty twenty one a shipment of jalapeno peppers arrived at a San Diego cargo facility Thursday with a little something extra KCBS TV reporter Chris Holmstrom officers at the type mesa crossing say a Mexican citizen for over tractor trailer into the port of entry claiming it was full of jalapeno drug sniffing dogs discovered otherwise they found more than three hundred wrapped packages of pot we're told the drugs are worth more than two million dollars thirty season others large shipment of marijuana there last Tuesday former CBS sports caster Jack Whittaker known for his eloquent essays died at home Sunday in Pennsylvania CBS's Alison Keyes Whitaker was a CBS sports announcer for twenty two years beginning in the late nineteen fifties covering golf football and horse racing he called the first Superbowl for CBS and the legendary nineteen seventy three Triple Crown race won by Secretaria Jack.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Association for business economics report to be released Monday says thirty eight percent of economists surveyed expect a recession in twenty twenty thirty four percent expect it in twenty twenty one but Michigan CBS news WBZ gets results for thousands of New England businesses if you want to grow your business listen to this this is Sam **** founder Rubino on land wealth partners and the host of just don't lose the money radio heard every Sunday night at eight on WBZ justice WBZ brings you what you need from headline news the traffic and weather we have would be known when provide you with answers on how to retirement today's uncertain economy and protect what you've saved our approach is very simple we offer real life solutions to today's problems and base our business on two simple and now famous rules rule number one just don't lose the money and rule number two don't forget rule number one stay well informed and today's news the WBC and educated on your we time in options at just don't lose the money dot com and don't forget to join me in my partners every Sunday night at eight right here on WBZ for advertising information call seven eight one six six three twenty five twenty six or go to WBZ ten thirty dot com hi this is Dan right you've heard me talk about national grid's home energy assessments I did it I had a knowledgeable specials come to my home and do a no cost attic to basement review of my energy use and potential savings follow the assessment WBZ's Facebook page the specialist so knowledgeable he gave me recommendations for efficiency improvements even better he gave me instant savings he installed energy saving products like LED light bulbs low flow showerheads and advanced power strips right on the spot incredible a no cost home energy assessment from national grid has huge benefits you could be eligible for seventy five percent or more off approved insulation or rebates for upgrading to qualifying energy efficient heating cooling and water heating equipment if you want to save money and energy go to M. grid dot com slash save or dial pound two fifty from your cell phone and say the key word assessment you'll have the option to receive a one time auto dial text message from my heart media national grid is a proud sponsor of mass safe well I finally did it my student loan is totally paid off and to win the lottery and start looking you know travel the world and matching yeah we're not jewelry to require a body guard.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Smartphone APP experience as in putting voice into your apps it makes sense because of apple because of the iphones I found <unk> install base in Syria shortcuts which is an effort in order to get a serious ability or at least voice navigation to your APP Yvonne this one David Well. We you know marketers focus over the next year. Their focus could just be digging deeper on research. You know it's it's not <hes> correct wrong. I don't think we got to the corner of your intent to deploy an APP on particular platform in the next year and it's it's a totally valid observation that if you've already invested in deployed your skill Alexa Okay we'll now you're moving onto uh the next two and three players within the space and maybe that initial focus his legislature for let's get our you know our corporate innovationlab. Sula on up to shift projects dead but the way I look at this market is a if not a winter to Gaul is a winner take most and that winter is like number one two and three nobody remembers who comes in at the Olympics <hes> and usually it's the golden silver medal title <hes> that that that most people are gonNA. Remember who's in the finals in so <hes> yeah. I think it's it's well. It's getting more compressed. I really do believe over time that <hes> inlet. There's an efficient way that people can deploy APPs across the talk platforms. That's where the code base you know. The functionally is in the feature set is on parody which consumers are not that is a big challenge. Consumers are going to expect it can shift between these <hes> as you refer to these different services and theoretically you've met a very similar experience switching between assistant who assists injury in my in my home <hes>. Navy elects to my car. There's going to be that expectation. Expectation so marketers are GONNA draw at they're gonNA consumers. Marketers were driving in <unk>. I looking for these lifeforms even further a racing racing in the development to suffer well said okay so don't we think we found some movie. God is we looked at surfaces so when we asked marketers about where was it important for them to have a voice presence. They did not say smart speakers number one in fact they said smartphones phones number one and so what we see here is that in terms of extremely important which surfaced to they need to have a voice presence on smartphones came in at sixty three three percent automobiles came in at forty three and a half percent and smart speakers around forty one percent with Smart T._v.'s watches wearables and home appliances dances somewhere below thirty percent so if we look at that and then if we look at the expansion of that to significantly important where you get up to who ran ninety percent on smartphones where you're you're closer to seventy five percent on automobiles speakers smartphones smartphones stand out for marketers place. They want to have a presence not just for Mobile APP spoke for some sort of interactive voice experience. What are your thoughts thoughts on that David. I think what we're seeing here. Marketers <hes> are there and I o s or an android application the understand of the install base. It's already there. They've already had success with smartphones. So perhaps we're seeing is leveraging averaging and building off that existing as any using a platformer surface if you will that they're already familiar with is is really what the intent rented here <hes> so. I think that that's one thing that <hes> that's Aaron marketers. Not only the install base are GonNa grow where people are there. Also Camila need to justify their investments and there's a lot more analytics are built out <hes> within the smartphone experience <hes> for marketers others particularly <hes> and maybe it's kind of one voice command away from into commerce or some other call to action where you're you're marrying the auditory visual elements <hes> yet still in a personalized experience. That's hand-held. I think these are all pluses that length to why smartphones are most optimistic sorry white market. There's our most optimistic. Oh smartphones. What do you think smartphones automobile smart speakers. I was actually surprised that were don't see the potential and smart t._v.'s because it's basically like a giant multi-modal screen screen and as we saw a lot of the manufacturers already big on having voice in your tea and getting rid of the remote entirely and this can lend itself with two other. APPS and we're see today well. It's interesting a also the the number is I think about fifty. Five percents saw smart. T._V.'s is extremely layer significantly important and I was surprised by that. I think those are much further away from being robust experiences. I thought they would focus much more more on sort of the big three and the victory obviously important to them but it seems to be a once again as you mentioned. David marketers kind of feeling they need to be everywhere and that might be across as many assistance for as possible but also as many a surfaces as possible even thirty percent think they should be on <unk> home appliances right <hes> so obviously pretty big one but the other thing too stuck struck me that was interesting was that basically automobiles in smart speakers a dead heat beat we hear a lot of focus of the attention around the smart speakers because that's that's what sort of kicked off this era of voice interaction in it does does introduce all these new use cases in the hall and as you said David the first time that we had access to consumers directly for this interaction at in the Hallway Allman this sort of passive environment that the doesn't require sort of act than actively engaging with a visual device those types of things so that's addition but I thought automobiles was really interesting too because a lot of people don't recognize but I believe allowed marketers do that. There's this captive audience while driving. They're hard to reach. You can reach them through radio today. Through billboards is pretty much it and neither of those are interactive and so this is really the first interactive active medium where you might be able to engage with consumers want while they're driving while they're on the go and while marketers the survey may or may not be aware of this fact we heard from the chief. Evangelos at Amazon now again for the second conference in a row over validating this <hes> this number of a million pre orders of the Alexa auto in so you know Amazon clearly recognizes that it's an environment that is likewise ripe for disruption and again workers are familiar with it. They understand the space. <hes> you know the average average commute. I've I've heard summer between you know forty five to sixty minutes per day <hes> in in even if you're in urban areas I mean in the distance might not be far but you're still gonNA car in. So what are you what you do and I think the more that <hes> that the brands out there. Can you ask themselves where customers and where my potential customers. How can they communicate with them anymore. You know human dragged an intimate intimate way are there's nothing more <hes> more humid than than <hes> than the voice <hes>. This just presents an opportunity so to me. I this this affect. The automobiles is probably the most potential in the future which is why <unk> as important part of the marketing mix for whole twenty twenty and beyond yeah fair enough. There's a lot of time spent in the car in fact new view Ori- of drivetime f._m. told me that it's the same amount of time spent playing mobile games is spent commuting. I don't know if people think that's larger with a lot in both cases but that perspective in the fact that you know everyone's trying to reach people while they're you know they're driving but they potentially essentially can take in these other messages okay so one of the things too that we found out was in terms of voice. APP launches that many marketers are still on the sidelines and I think it's pretty easy to look at our number and say okay of the of the marketers in our survey forty nine percent had no plans to launch voice APP and had not launched a voice app yet now. There's another seventeen percent who aren't sure but let's just look at that fifty percent. It's it's a lot of people that have Eh. Ah Assorted move onto the next point which I think is also interesting is the flip side of that is voice APP. Adoptions actually grow quickly so the question is when did when did voice engagement for brands really start well. The Echo came out in two thousand fourteen but you couldn't actually build anything until twenty fifty and it was really twenty sixteen eighteen where their evangelism got out there. Two thousand sixteen was also when Google assistant came out. She had two alternatives sort of validated space. I usually count from there. Car Is really that's when people beyond the obvious provides a very early innovators started to look at this is yeah and so what that means is through the end of last year two years time essentially about twenty four percent about a quarter of marketers head put something in the market by the end of this year it'll be about thirty percent and by the end of next year about twenty twenty thirty four percent based on what people say now so. I can look at that and I'd say Jeez you know it twenty twenty. It'll be four years. San Sort of the main entrance of these new solutions in over a third of markers occurs will have something in market and interestingly enough. We also have the situation where <hes> by the end of this year will probably have a little over a third of consumers consumer smart speakers. We're going to have about two-thirds or using was systems smartphones but it's probably gonna be something like half of those who are using the actual voice apps as opposed to just the decor assistant capabilities so David. What's your take on. This in terms of of the rate of adoption is it is that the important thing out of the story or is the Newport part of the store. He said half of marketers have yet to take action and don't have any plans yet well initially initially. It looks like there's a disconnect between marketers viewing voice as a very important channel but then a third refer people of done anything about it into thirds seven in so there's no plans you know marketers can say you know. I'm a brand manager. This is important to me yet. If there are the case studies there are points from other organizations that have been successful in <music> that are easily reference level. They may have a hard time getting and so. I think we're we're asking kind of midway through year. Hey do you have any plans to launch voice out there saying no plans as of now because it's not you know companies have started at twenty twenty budget cycle or they're just at the outset of now <hes> <hes> so. I I think that as.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

12:12 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Smartphone APP experience as in putting voice into your apps it makes sense because of apple because of the iphones I found <unk> install base in Syria shortcuts which is an effort in order to get a serious ability or at least voice navigation to your APP Yvonne this one David Well. We you know marketers focus over the next year. Their focus could just be digging deeper on research. You know it's it's not <hes> correct wrong. I don't think we got to the corner of your intent to deploy an APP on particular platform in the next year and it's it's a totally valid observation that if you've already invested in deployed your skill Alexa Okay we'll now you're moving onto uh the next two and three players within the space and maybe that initial focus his legislature for let's get our you know our corporate innovationlab. Sheila on up to shift projects dead but the way I look at this market is a if not a winter to Gaul is a winner take most and that winter is like number one two and three nobody remembers who comes in at the Olympics <hes> and usually it's the golden silver medal title <hes> that that that most people are gonNA. Remember who's in the finals in so <hes> yeah. I think it's it's well. It's getting more compressed. I really do believe over time that <hes> inlet. There's an efficient way that people can deploy APPs across the talk platforms. That's where the code base you know. The functionally is in the feature set is on parody which consumers are not that is a big challenge. Consumers are going to expect it can shift between these <hes> as you refer to these different services and theoretically you've met a very similar experience switching between assistant who assists injury in my in my home. <hes> Navy elected to my car. There's going to be that expectation. Expectation so marketers are GONNA draw at they're gonNA consumers. Marketers were driving in <unk>. I looking for these lifeforms even further a racing racing in the development to suffer well said okay so don't we think we found some movie. God is we looked at surfaces so when we asked marketers about where was it important for them to have a voice presence. They did not say smart speakers number one in fact they said smartphones phones number one and so what we see here is that in terms of extremely important which surfaced to they need to have a voice presence on smartphones came in at sixty three three percent automobiles came in at forty three and a half percent and smart speakers around forty one percent with Smart T._v.'s watches wearables and home appliances dances somewhere below thirty percent so if we look at that and then if we look at the expansion of that to significantly important where you get up to who ran ninety percent on smartphones where you're you're closer to seventy five percent on automobiles speakers smartphones smartphones stand out for marketers place. They want to have a presence not just for Mobile APP spoke for some sort of interactive voice experience. What are your thoughts thoughts on that David. I think what we're seeing here. Marketers <hes> are there and I o s or an android application the the understand of the install base. It's already there. They've already had success with smartphones. So perhaps we're seeing is leveraging averaging and building off that existing as any using a platformer surface if you will that they're already familiar with is is really what the intent rented here <hes> so. I think that that's one thing that <hes> that's Aaron marketers. Not only the install base are GonNa grow where people are there. Also Camila need to justify their investments and there's a lot more analytics are built out <hes> within the smartphone experience <hes> for marketers others particularly <hes> and maybe it's kind of one voice command away from into commerce or some other call to action where you're in marrying the auditory visual elements <hes> yet still in a personalized experience. That's hand-held. I think these are all pluses that length to why smartphones are most optimistic. Sorry why marketers are most optimistic. Oh smartphones. What do you think smartphones automobile smart speakers. I was actually surprised that were markers. Don't see the potential and smart t._v.'s because it's basically like a giant multi-modal screen screen and as we saw a lot of the manufacturers already big on having voice in your tea and getting rid of the remote entirely and this can lend itself all to other APPS and we're see today well. It's interesting a also the the number is I think about fifty. Five percents saw smart. T._V.'s is extremely layer significantly important and I was surprised by that. I think those are much further away from being robust experiences. I thought they would focus much more more on sort of the big three and the victory obviously important to them but it seems to be a once again as you mentioned. David marketers kind of feeling they need to be everywhere and that might be across as many assistance for as possible but also as many a surfaces as possible even thirty percent think they should be on <unk> home appliances right <hes> so obviously pretty big one but the other thing too stuck struck me that was interesting was that basically automobiles in smart speakers a dead heat beat we hear a lot of focus of the attention around the smart speakers because that's that's what sort of kicked off this era of voice interaction in it does does introduce all these new use cases in the hall and as you said David the first time that we had access to consumers directly for this interaction in the Hallway Allman this sort of passive environment that the doesn't require sort of act than actively engaging with a visual device those types of things so that's addition but I thought automobiles was really interesting too because a lot of people don't recognize but I believe a lot of marketers do that. There's this captive audience while driving. They're hard to reach. You can reach them through radio today. Through billboards is pretty much it and neither of those are interactive and so this is really the first interactive active medium where you might be able to engage with consumers want while they're driving while they're on the go and while marketers the survey may or may not be aware of this fact we heard from the chief of Angeles at Amazon now again for the second conference in a row over validating this <hes> this number of a million pre orders of the Alexa auto in so you know Amazon clearly recognizes that it's an environment that is likewise ripe for disruption and again workers are familiar with it. They understand the space. <hes> you know the average average commute. I've I've heard summer between you know forty five to sixty minutes per day <hes> in in even if you're in urban areas I mean in the distance might not be far but you're still gonNA car in. So what are you what you do and I think the more that <hes> that the brands out there. Can you ask themselves where customers and where my potential customers. How can they communicate with them anymore. You know human dragged an intimate intimate way are there's nothing more <hes> more humid than than <hes> than the voice <hes>. This just presents an opportunity so to me. I this this affect. The automobiles is probably the most potential in the future which is why <unk> as important part of the marketing mix for whole twenty twenty and beyond yeah fair enough. There's a lot of time spent in the car in fact new view Ori- of drivetime f._m. told me that it's the same amount of time spent playing mobile games is spent commuting. I don't know if people think that's larger with a lot in both cases but that perspective in the fact that you know everyone's trying to reach people while they're you know they're driving but they potentially essentially can take in these other messages okay so one of the things too that we found out was in terms of voice. APP launches that many marketers are still on the sidelines and I think it's pretty easy to look at our number and say okay of the of the marketers in our survey forty nine percent had no plans to launch voice APP and had not launched a voice app yet now. There's another seventeen percent who aren't sure but let's just look at that fifty percent. It's it's a lot of people that have Eh. Ah Assorted move onto the next point which I think is also interesting is the flip side of that is voice APP. Adoptions actually grow quickly so the question is when did when did voice engagement for brands really start well. The Echo came out in two thousand fourteen but you couldn't actually build anything until twenty fifty and it was really twenty sixteen eighteen where their evangelism got out there. Two thousand sixteen was also when Google assistant came out. She had two alternatives sort of validated space. I usually count from there. You're is really that's when people beyond the obvious provides a very early innovators started to look at this is yeah and so what that means is through the end of last year two years time essentially about twenty four percent about a quarter of marketers head put something in the market by the end of this year it'll be about thirty percent and by the end of next year about twenty twenty thirty four percent based on what people say now so. I can look at that and I'd say Jeez you know it twenty twenty. It'll be four years. San Sort of the main entrance of these new solutions in over a third of markers occurs will have something in market and interestingly enough. We also have the situation where <hes> by the end of this year will probably have a little over a third of consumers consumer smart speakers. We're going to have about two-thirds or using was systems smartphones but it's probably gonna be something like half of those who are using the actual voice apps as opposed to just the decor assistant capabilities so David. What's your take on. This in terms of of the rate of adoption is it is that the important thing out of the story or is the Newport part of the store. He said half of marketers have yet to take action and don't have any plans yet well initially initially. It looks like there's a disconnect between marketers viewing voice as a very important channel but then a third refer people of done anything about it into thirds seven in so there's no plans you know marketers can say you know. I'm a brand manager. This is important to me yet. If there are the case studies there are points from other organizations that have been successful in and that are easily reference level. They may have a hard time getting and so. I think we're we're asking kind of midway through year. Hey Do you have any plan launched voice out there saying no plans as of now because it's not you know companies have started at twenty twenty budget cycle or they're just at the outset of now <hes> <hes> so. I I think that as much as there's optimism that needs to convert from <unk> ING excited into it driving I either <hes> Prague strategy or maybe larger corporate strategy.

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"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Florida Matters

Florida Matters

16:50 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty thirty four percent" Discussed on Florida Matters

"I don't think that the electricity and the framers are going to start. Reducing the cost of their labor, because of inclusionary zoning Schrager said, so can we see a downside of that kind of zoning band, is there are there, you know, cons to that? We'll be know as planners, we know that New Jersey has had inclusionary zoning standards for quite some time that they are very strict in enforcing statewide and growth hasn't slowed down there, and they're able to build housing, the issues that they're better able to address than our workforce housing housing for teachers housing for the police force. So this is something that that has worked. Yeah, that's exactly right in talking about it. In terms of cost is isn't something that should be shied away from me? We I see this frequently that uncertainty governmental uncertainty in delay that can kill deals. And so to the point about this costing developers more like when you talk about. Well, how, how do you offset that because sometimes the transactional costs of excessively long permitting, periods and review periods, fixing some of those things can make it easier. Four developers to comply with his type of set aside requirements. But I think there's, there's no question. That's generally, where things are going. Yeah. So I'm just point out that sometimes when you look at, at balancing, if you want to call it the added cost that the developer may also be getting a bonus for providing that affordable housing, so perhaps there will be some greater density allowed than would otherwise be permitted for that development site. Yeah. So but looking at it from the other way I'm new to this game, right? I'm not a developer. I'm not in planning. I'm not zoning. So I just look at this and say it's sounds like extortion to me. I mean I don't wanna use hyperbole but it's kind of like the mob. I mean, if you want to build here, you'd better set aside ten percent for housing or if you want to build this condo. That's great. But now you need to renovate this other building over here. I mean, if you look at it in one way it saying, if you want a certain density, you've gotta pay up, and that's gotta hit certain. Bure's as unfair. There's there's, there's no question at those, I think we need to work backwards from what, what, what is the goal? I mean, if the goal is to create for example, in Tampa, a place where not just folks ordering thirty dollar Andres can live, but the folks who are cleaning dishes, later in the night, then you're going to have to make incentives to create affordable housing near, for example, the downtown core that, that's the incentive. But to Peter's point there are certainly incentives that cities can can give that can offset that or make it more attractive. I mean, the bonus density is definitely one thing being able to go go higher, for example, an inability to put more units in, which are we able to finance and pay for your project? That's a huge thing parking minimums, I think that's something that the city is going to have to look out in a big way, for example, in Tampa heights. My house happens to have a to garage, and we're trying to turn it into a family room. We don't really wanna room for our, our cars in for new construction in Tampa heights, you need to have a place for two cars. That's a, that's a huge. That the city's going have to address. Why definitely want to get into that in just a moment. I wanted to just go back to that inclusionary zoning for one second because in that marketplace story that I was quoting before I said, stop development. They had explosive growth along this park. And there was a lot of very desirable area for development and then they created the inclusionary zones, and that put a stop to it, but van you're saying you don't think that that happens. Well, like Tyler, I think that inclusionary zoning policies and provisions to include affordable. Housing projects are usually accompanied by some sort of incentives, or ways to, to help make the development project. Get off the ground from a development perspective, but these things are policy, and they are put in place to make sure that the market helps communities achieve their long term quality of life goals. So we've seen in Florida, what highly speculative markets that are based on, on the development push yield, and it's not a good outcome for the citizens of Florida. So I think these regulations are really intended. That providing a balancing act and making sure that people will have housing that will work in the long term for a wide variety of Florida, and I was looking at some recent information by twenty twenty five up to eighty five percent of household, we'll be childless by twenty twenty thirty four percent of households will consist of a single person. And we know in Florida that a lot of those folks will be older. We also are making way for millennials who are going to shape, our economic development. So these people need the housing choices and early career or fixed income retirees are not necessarily going to be able to afford some of the kinds of speculative investments. So I think it's good good policy when provisions are made to allow a broader spectrum of the population to have choices. Well, it's interesting because it's either top down, or bottom up. So, so you're saying it's, you know, we're going to have all these different kinds of families. So the government is to think about that, and sort of like pushed developers into making those housing. But why not if we're going to have those different kinds of people, that's what they're going to demand? Right. So that's bottom up if they want, you know, people want multi family housing. They want tiny housing. If the market, demands it, why does the government have to come in and say, this is what you have to build? And I think the development community is recognizing this need. We're seeing the tone centers with some of the, the mixed use the, the multifamily housing, a big topic today is the missing middle, which is sort of the bungalow style housing, the quad flexes, the duplexes, that don't really are on the scale of walkable single family housing and can be intermixed in community, so you can live next to your aging parents or, or these kinds of flexible, the tiny house, in the backyard. Absolutely. So I think the, the market is, is catching up and good planning policies can support that quote flexes the grid example, Minneapolis just up soon the entire city, and there is no longer zoning district in Minneapolis, for which single family is the most you can do you can do Claude flexes as, as a matter of. Right. And and those are littered throughout my neighborhood. I'm great. I wish we had more of them. Yeah. Well, let's talk about that. I mean, Peter, you might know something about this, but it does seem like cities or try. To get away from this single family home zoning regulations, because those laws may be discouraged, infill, and they discourage the multifamily units that would provide more housing and bring some housing costs down. But how do you balance that with preservation, well, I think in many ways, when we're talking about doing those things we're looking at how we did develop in the past. And so when we look at older neighborhoods, as I mentioned earlier, they do have that mix of housing. They will have some single family. They will have multifamily. Yeah. So it's not it's not really a problem in historic neighborhoods, I guess, but in new suburbs, or new neighborhoods. You're still very strongly sticking to that single family zoning, right? Thailand. You're that you're seeing sort of a Roach, retrenchment from that cheap energy prices about it a very suburban land development pattern in Hillsborough county that, that went on for multiple generations, and now you're seeing people wanna move back into a city environmental walkable environment. And that's not to say that downtown Tampa, the only place you can have a vibrant walkable community. You can have that anywhere. And as you're seeing some efforts at sprawl repair that are notable. But we talk about in terms of values in equity and things like that. And that's an important conversation to have. I think you can also talk about this in just the cold hard reality of the fact that seven hundred thousand people are going to move to Hillsborough county in the next thirty years. They're not all going to want to live in large tracts, single family homes. We need to find somewhere to put them. So that means the further you get out from the downtown core. Maybe it's a little bit harder to go vertical. But in the end the proximate neighborhoods to Tampa's downtown and other economic centers, you need to be able to put meaningful density, in place. Right. So we're hearing that a lot. So what's the obstacle to changing that single family zoning law ban actually in this area? City of Tampa has has really led the charge allowing a lot of development and increased density, downtown a lot of this area is zone for much more than it's currently accommodated. So it's up to the development community to make this happen. And for community. It's to be willing to accept, I think some new density, which is talent. I think that's it. I think it's more of the mindset of people, they want, you know, the house and the yard, and they don't want to maybe see a big apartment building going up next door or even a duplex because, you know changes the character of their neighborhood they bought into. And I think that's changing, I think one place where I'm seeing a lot of changes seminal heights, it locally where you're seeing increased density. And I think the community is generally accepting that they want to figure out how transportation works in that context parking works in that context. But this community recognizes that they're on the boundary of growth, and that's going to happen and other communities are going to say, no, we want to be single family. And that's okay. And I think that's one of the great things about zoning, let's community kind of define where it wants to go and what it wants to be what I'm hearing, you say, is that communities need to pay attention. I mean, you know, maybe they do have more power than they think over. There's owning regulations. But when things come up at the zoning regulation commission. And they may not may not know about it. So they need to make their voice heard. There's no question that the most powerful title, you can have as a citizen because I I've seen it city council hearings projects that, you know, some, some good, maybe unless good can be made or broken by by who shows up. And if you don't show up, I think you have really less of right to complain. I would just like to come back to whether you want to call choice, a little bit or not. But I mean, I think there have been a variety of studies now in the number of communities. Raleigh, North Carolina is one that comes to my mind and one of those conclusions about the mix for the community. Is that younger people are turning more and more to those older buildings in older neighborhoods, and for a variety of reasons, again, the diversity the economics being close to transportation, so we can encourage some of those values. The more you'll find that those areas are attractive, so architect, Mickey Jacob has said on this show that parking regulations. Are the biggest problem and housing solutions, like micro housing can't get built and because of these darn parking regulations. And I, I think I heard you mention that Tyler, I think there needs to be a war on partially regulations there. I think that this is a dynamic place right now. I think is the most exciting time you could possibly deliver Tampa but are. Zoning code is fairly static, and it can be a little bit difficult to change in. So, for example, if you're building an apartment complex, you need to have one visitor parking space for every four units. I mean, that's generally based on a town home concept. So you're over your cooking, these complexes that are an island in a sea of parking downtown recently made a change. There was a good change with very specific change, saying that if you're a quote, micro apartment, so he gets five hundred and thirty year five hundred eighty square feet or less. You only have to have a point five hats. That's right. And you have any calling micro parts are funny, and in most other places you'd call that an apartment at five hundred thirty square feet. That's a good very specific change to make. But we, we need to look at it. I think a lot more broadly. But the key to that is having transportation options, I think you can't just yank parking minimums, you know, citywide or, or countywide until some of the transportation starts to come in, but thanks to the voters that is going to start to change. And so along corridors Florida Nebraska Tampa in Columbus. A lot of different commercial corridors that are going to see more public transit options, I think for development that are within a certain proximity to transit stops. You can look at certainly reducing or even eliminating parking minimums, you think that'll happen. Yes, it has to there are some communities that are starting to look at that. So traditionally, we've had zoning code require the minimum number parking spaces per type of us some of begun to say, maybe it shouldn't be a minimum, but a maximum that the codes should provide and parking indeed is very expensive infrastructure to provide Saint Petersburg right now for its central avenue, Carter's, looking at reducing parking requirements as being one of the incentives to bring about the form development that they prefer. If I always a restaurant downtown and in the evening, people that wanted to come to my restaurant couldn't find a parking spot because the people that lived in the apartment buildings didn't have parking spaces. So they. They were taking all the available parking mail. My around my restaurant, I would be upset. Well, we're seeing that the alternatives are taking the place in our more convenient. And I think that's the key the, the parking and the transportation situation to get people out of their cars has to be convenient and desirable. But we're seeing options like Uber the cross bay ferry that just went permanent that loves folks to enjoy it, actively and culture, either on the Tampa side or the scene. Pete side. These are becoming more and more attractive, and it's, it's nicer to let someone else drive or take a boat ride, though, as think that's the question that we're dealing with in Florida. We're too big to continue the traditional mix of land use and transportation options, and we're going to keep facing this dilemma and some hard decisions are going to have to be made both in the urban context and in the more rural context, I've been watching a little bit more closely the toll road extension Bill that's working its way through the legislature at the moment, and this is another place. Where are we going to grow through expanding highway capacity? Or are we going to look at some other meaningful? The alternatives. Yeah. I think Robin does the hypothetical restaurant under you mentioned. I mean, that, that type of frustration I think is somewhat pervasive and understandable, in a place like tampo that I think is learning how to grow into being a big city and because so many people in live here, in Tampa are, are not from here. The spent some time elsewhere, or they came from away people know that it can be better, people know that you can have vibrant walkable communities, and that there is no right to free parking. There's no right to having the meters turned off on Sunday. There's our old habits that I think our population growth is going to demand. We move away from fan, you know, with citrus being so much less than it was. We see our rural areas endanger of some willy nilly sprawl. I think you were just kind of referring to that fear with the toll roads going through, and people don't like the idea of losing their Greenspace. But you wrote about sarasota's award-winning growth plan, which you've studied in depth that sounded perfect it talked about clustered population and green spaces it sounded great. It passed and. Then what happened came to a standstill. Yeah. The I think incrementally development kept pushing further and further into areas that people had said they wanted to be protected, so once again, it's about community saying, these are the resources that we wanted to protect the case study that I wrote about, is about Sarasota, twenty fifty which is their plan for how they're going to deal with the rural area outside of their urban service area. I know Hillsborough is dealing with some similar questions. Now, how do you do this? And how do you do it? Well, it's, it's a difficult question. And there's a lot of different issues here. So we know that climate change may limit the viability for folks to live in our urban areas, which are primarily coastal, so thinking hard about whether development in rural areas is appropriate at this point in time in Florida is absolutely this is the time to start doing that. I'm conservationists by trading land conservation by training, which actually has a lot of similarities to preservation or in the historic preservation context, that we really need to think Howard about what are the sensitive, environmental areas. What are the agricultural resources that we really want to protect? Checked? And then think about whether there are good ways to accommodate some forms of development. We talked about this questions mentioned action with urban land institute. They don't some great work. We're not the first people to encounter these problems. I mean, mention agriculture the ULI did a great report on, whether he'll Agra hoods using some in Virginia, for example, we don't this in the transportation campaign, sometime this going against this belief that Tampa and Hillsborough, smell so unique that what works elsewhere can't work here. That is not true. We, we are not the first community to struggle with balancing urban-rural divides, or providing better affordable options. There are other places that do it Tyler Hudson is a land use, and real estate attorney, a member of the urban land institute. And last year served as chairman of all for transportation. Peter Belmont is vice president of preserved the Burgh the nonprofit that promotes historic preservation in Saint Petersburg, van Lincoln's, is an assistant professor of urban and regional planning at the university of south Florida. Thank you so much for being here. Thank. You on this. Thanks. You can find us on Twitter at Florida matters. 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