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The Paul Finebaum Show
"twice year" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Fan fifty two years later and Hope for a great season so It's hard to hard to take tennessee out of the boy. Isn't that right. i don't know why. I'm i'm sensing a connection between oak ridge and new mexico. Maybe i'm just reading things into it. My dad worked for the labs and got a job. It's satellite there was a correlation yet. After the last call i figure and i don't get to watch the show everyday watch as much as i can It hasn't been a lot of talk about realignment especially of texas oklahoma or coming in. Next year's to how the conference will be aligned. There has been enormous amount of conversation about this among us. We haven't really heard anything from the from the the conference she had in the last thing i heard now it's dated for about a week and a half is that they were looking to get away from a divisions but i don't think that is written in stone yet. Gotcha so here is my proposal. Just a big fan of the sec. So i'll try to go fast So i would like to keep the divisions. Because i think that's worked well to the western to visit. I would envision taxes arkansas missouri. lsu a. m. mississippi mississippi state kind of Geographical thing there then for the east. Hold onto your hats. Because we have georgia florida alabama auburn tennessee south carolina and kentucky vanderbilt. A pretty tough visit there. It sounds like So next question. How to handle the schedule So i think having nine conference games still leave you three games to play against others so play every team in your side. So there's seven game so now the other two on the crossovers my recommendation. Kind of how. The sec used to be back in the day but a little different Each year you play two teams of the other side the home and away and rotate through So basically every four years you would play everybody in the league at a sixteen team league and every eight years you would see every team in your stadium with the home and home They're you know. Probably the main thing you know you maintain the rivalries got tennessee bam. You got alabama auburn Georgia florida all those stay the same. The one rival you kind of lose my scenario would be lsu versus alabama Which they would still play each other for years but any thoughts paul i- scenario. Now i think a couple of things. First of all they're there will have to be nine games. Non conference games. Otherwise there's was just no way it's going to be equitable i think-i you've laid it out quite well. If that's the direction. I think there's still a tug of war because you have these rivalries like you mentioned lsu alabama. Something has to give you cannot if you play it if you play three permanent games. Which is another proposal floating around. Let's use alabama as an example. You can't play alabama auburn obviously. And then. which one do you go with the alabama tennessee and alabama lsu and. Is there anywhere else in any way else to do it. So everyone's got conflicts. Texas has problems arkansas. An them so. I think the issue i frankly liked it divisions but i know there's been some pushback To try to do it a different way but right now i have no idea of the permanent games I'm sure maybe remember remembering the day there was six. Scc games back in the seventies eighties. You played five teams the same every year. And then you had that rotating With four other team so tennessee and those days are rotating games are georgia florida. Lsu mississippi state so we could see those games you know those teams twice year one year. Home when you're away then we wouldn't see him again for six years and that's one thing. I'm not a big fan of current schedule. How it's been you know we finally saw am played. Adm it's been a couple years now but we went six seventy years without they were in in the league and we didn't see him and you know he's play. The scheduled didn't make a lot of sense to me intuitively. I was A problem but you know i'll watch. What of can i remember. When i was in school in knoxville. We had a game against florida. It was the first time. Tennessee played florida in a long time. It was a really big too. Yeah cause analysis in every year bribery. Where exactly and plus my scenario brings back a rivalry. That was lost tennessee auburn every year. Was i'll absolutely like many years. And ford ricotta replace but back in those days. Tennessee would play. You'd play bowl games. Sec teams you. i've ever tennessee. Lsu and the old bluebonnets bowl one year and tennessee. Four and the gator. Sure one year and you know. Let's hope that doesn't happen. I'm sure we'll now. I think alabama and ole miss played in sugarbowl once. I'm sure they did and In fact i think. I remember that game too so Well hopefully Whatever they come up with you know. I think you've gotta maintain the old rivalries and also i think in my scenario i think. Lsu in florida played every year for a long time. And you kind of lose that. If you look at the sec games that that schools hate the most you just named it lsu florida nobody Both sides hate that game even though it's not a really nasty great rivalry game as we saw last year and this thanks so much for calling. Hope you'll do it again. Paul l. Will call you off and retire now and i love.
Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"twice year" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"Awful. I hear the girls get the lot. Yeah looking british. You dated a girl before. Yeah several house on. I mean when they break your heartbeat. Breaker fucking oh my god. So it's less damaged. Did a guy you say heck wile but hurts more. You're right my limit. Break your heart. I've heard that The girl girl relationships are usually is a lot hotter just from my experience watching porn but in terms of i am kidding. In terms of like their more intimate. They're more emotional. I nothing about it so elaborate. For what would what is it like today to grow. I mean i know what it's like today to grow. But what is it like to be a girl. Data grow share more motions involved. I guess but also i mean it just depends on how you take it. I get that i have. I have power to hurt someone. And i don't want to hurt them the way that i've been hurt so i've taken steps from previous relationships like i don't do at other girls' dare to me to other girls elaborate if i'm dating someone for a while. And then they they just kinda start being cold and off and it's like i just wanna talk now and don't want to talk about that kind of panicked like what's happening. What's going on. And i don't do that to other people anymore. I used to like panicking or not. Labor quarter quiet on talk to the quiet by fish. Try not to a cold shoulder people anymore because so why do why do they do that. Because they don't wanna date anymore or something's happening and they just not saying anything not talking about. It just makes things worse so talk. Say something don't leave me wondering why did something wrong or if something's going on you i don't do that anymore. To people in general. I used to but don't anymore. Now you're aware of those things you just try not to do them do prefer today girls or guys no preference. Is it kind of the same reminder. Now it's not the same but honestly if someone approaches me. I try to them then try. It's not oh i was. Your friend had approached me instead. Well in my mind. I dunno fun comparing. You found comparing apples to oranges. They're not the same they're different. The different I clearly prefer apples. Think so people so some are why the fruits thing those not talking more crazy one. yeah Let's let's pause for a second. Now we've talked about xs a little bit. Do you have a person that you keep coming back to. Maybe not actually but you keep thinking about that one. The gun away. Not an ex. But someone that i knew for really long time and we hooked up one twice. We ended up twice years ago. And then like i still see them online and stuff. And i'm like i got to get over you. And really. he was above the. I don't know just like really funny and got me. And i didn't have to like try hard around them now. Sorry was it wasn't because the you actually didn't have a chance to see word go or why was it wasn't supposed to be it wasn't supposed we were friends and it was supposed to be a friendship and then it went somewhere else. Shouldn't have gone for own. Who pushed at somewhere else. The was like your boat. You both knew what was going on or you both for like book on vote now like with into the situation clear-cut like okay. Let's do this and then we did it and came back. I was like oh oh i like you. This was supposed to be Saw in the so. He wasn't confess to having feelings for them. But i said oh. Yeah i used to have a crush on you but at that time. I didn't have a that when i said it. I didn't have a crush crush before we ever and then we hooked up and then we stopped hooking up and then they got a girlfriend in house. Oh i miss you. That wasn't supposed to happen. Was could have been because they got a girlfriend now. Not that i think the just us not because i realized that i missed them before i found out that there was burned in the growing. Will someone i knew the girlfriend left that person for the best friends so stuck kind of might know who that is. They want it's too. I'm not telling anybody back home. I'm out carina secrets. Stay her home. One day when there's a billion listeners and that one person will go to call now thinking about how much information Osha out there. Analyst said Listening to this. I keep saying there's people listening to this. No one's listening to this. The friends i've told they don't know though they don't know now they'll be curious now they're looking. They're they're like this episode pit. Stop looking for it. It's all good okay so just kind of one person. Do you ever. Do you ever get messages from axes. Like hey like just kill you ever get back with an axe. Not any of the now. I get back by dated but not anyone that i have referred to as like was officially. Yeah yeah no none of those people. No i mean. Maybe i'd hook up with one of them. Listen me going back by the way. But i don't think that ever been a relationship of any of the ones that i had a relationship before i think so too. I mean i would definitely hook up with someone. It's hard because. I think. I need to spend more time getting to know the person before i start dating them and instead i kind of started dating i find out things you can't you can't really stay in a relationship with someone that you want to change. Yeah you need to go in the extradition k. Let's pick that up. Oh yeah let's make sure every time. This guy started stalking bang on it..
Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"twice year" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"You dated a girl before. Yeah several house on. I mean when they break your heartbeat. Breaker fucking oh my god. So less damaged did a guy. You say heck wile but hurts more. You're right my limit. Break your heart. I've heard that The girl girl relationships are usually a lot hotter. No there's just from my experience watching porn but in terms of i am kidding. In terms of like their more intimate. They're more emotional. I nothing about it so elaborate. For what would what is it like today to grow. I mean i know what it's like today to grow. But what is it like to be a girl. Data grow share more motions involved. I guess but also i mean it just depends on how you take it. I get that i have. I have power to hurt someone. And i don't want to hurt them the way that i've been hurt so i've taken steps from previous relationships like i don't do at other girls' dare to me to other girls elaborate if i'm dating someone for a while. And then they they just kinda start being cold off and it's like i just wanna talk out and don't want to talk about that kind of panicked like what's happening. What's going on. And i don't do that to other people anymore. I used to like panicking or not. Labor quarter quiet on talk to the quiet by fish. Try not to cold shoulder people anymore because so why do why do they do that. Because they don't wanna date anymore or something's happening and they just not saying anything not talking about. It just makes things worse so talk say something. Don't leave me wondering why did something wrong or if something's going on you i don't do that anymore. To people in general. I used to but don't anymore. Now you're aware of those things you just try not to do them do prefer today girls or guys no preference. Is it kind of the same reminder. Now it's not the same but honestly if someone approaches me. I try to them then try. It's not all i was. Your friend had approached me instead. Well in my mind. I dunno fun comparing. You've found comparing apples to oranges. They're not the same they're different. The different I clearly prefer apples. Think so for it so some are why the fruits thing those not talking more crazy one. Yeah let's let's pause for a second. Now we've talked about xs a little bit. Do you have a person that you keep coming back to. Maybe not actually but you keep thinking about that one. The gun away. Not an ex. But someone that i knew for really long time and we hooked up one twice. We ended up twice years ago. And then like i still see them online and stuff. And i'm like i got to get over you. And really. he was above the. I don't know just like really funny and got me. And i didn't have to like try hard around them now. Sorry was it wasn't because the you actually didn't have a chance to see word go or why was it wasn't supposed to be it wasn't supposed we were friends and it was supposed to be a friendship and then it went somewhere else. Shouldn't have gone for own. Who pushed at somewhere else. Though the less was like your boat you both knew what was going on. Are you both for like what's happening booked on vote now like with into the situation clear-cut like okay. Let's do this and then we did it and came back. I was like oh oh i like you. This was just supposed to be like you..
"twice year" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"School was huge. Back in menton. So i was like always around mark and just seeing the leadership and say he just had a presence about on the ara and mark always believed in me to see you know he just loved loved my passion my craziness. I was a little bit off the wall and so they were starting to win cops and i'm just starting to establish myself as an eight thousand. Nine hundred mates played a little bit like an internal and they were starting to win. They're going they're dynasty. Run and i was out with the parties with their mark would always want me to drink from the cop. The old superstition and come on campus have a picture to drink now. mark. I can't do that. I'm going to win that on my own you know. he chuckled. Because we were winning seventeen games year. I think i'm gonna win it on my own. You know what i mean and so i was one of those kids. Same noack touch it now. Because you know i got to win it. And lo and behold. I try then when i became an adult travel to mark all over europe and his brother paul who were big mantras of mine. They were kevin low. I used to train with them. And just had such respect for them. And i was always around winners around guys that just that had the it factor knew what it took. Yeah any talent. You need skill as a team. But those guys i just love being around him. I just soaked up. I absorbed it like travel. The world how to hell of a time to and a lot of fun with them partying and what do you mean the off season. You guys are going having your everywhere. I went to we plan on going for two weeks. Stay for five. That's aren't talent. Too much funding cheap and did a lot of crazy stuff and all those. I'm sure there were no ladies who things we were crazy. It was fun. But just be inter- i use that as an example like just being around mark when he was twenty three years old at the time. I think we're in greece. And i was like eighteen. Nineteen i watch through. Nobody knew hockey. But i watched when he walked to in a restaurant bar. He just had that press office. Mario new presence somebody to talk to somebody you know. And that's leadership. That's you don't teach that so you know he'd send me notes when he was with you. Haven kevin lobe goofy notes before the game because we only play once a year at the time or twice year and we weren't good like i said so it was fun and games and i compete when we played against it but they were just really glad that i was getting my opportunity. Then a ninety two already played. Oh eight nine. Years and mark messier gets traded to the new york rangers and go. Oh man this is. Our biggest rival had weighed in talk for two years. We drilled each other in the face we wouldn't we laugh about it on the golf course now every once in a while but when i ever get to get out there with them but it was just that intense instantly your i just had him to stop one of the greatest players that have i don't whack and hackman mark was strongest ten men. He's going to hack. You're right yeah mark you know so even in the off season you wouldn't you couldn't even you know once in awhile. I shouldn't say we didn't hang but we hello and laugh little bit but then the season came in. It just stopped again so going to an incident that again. We're going all over but this is about my devils career and about influences in my life and was certainly a big one but gotta hated that he was in new york rangers and we had the series and lost ninety two and seven games. They were the better team. Ninety four apertures raise players series. Ever and i was so proud to be part of that disappointing. We lost them. That was our kind of progression. We won the cup the following year and ninety five. Were you guys saying the locker room when they when they guaranteed victory now mark always tells the star people you know he always says look sure off. He put his money where his mouth is. One of the greats of all time if i reflect. Now you're angry. You're pissed but mark believed it you know and the thing was we. We had them down to nothing in that game too. You know we. We did not to close the deal nerves. That's all about. We talk about learning how to win learning to go that step further having down three to have them down to nothing game. Six dominating for thirty minutes should have been five. Nothing mike richter who never gets enough credit was as good a goaltenders. I've ever seen stood in his head until the mark messier show took over and second half of the game that came back with a late goal and then they started to roll and we were tight as a drum. Couldn't hang onto the puck ranges at a lot of stanley cup winners on their team. Kevin lau's the mctavish is the mark. Sca's lynn anderson. They knew what to win and to come back from a deficit like that. So i if. I look back on. What a missed opportunity. No that was all us. We talk about it today. In today's game the experience what experience means bet one unit close. Now we're going to game seven. We tied up with seven seconds left. We think we're a team of destiny ended up losing double overtime epoch series but point being their time those veteran guys that one cups.
"twice year" Discussed on Spoon Mob
"Into the pie. So it almost looks like it's not a zone but like it's it's kind of weird logan it's basically you have this big fluffy dough thing and then all your toppings are on top of that but like the does like puffed up. It's really hard to describe. It's all it's like a round -troit's style kind of almost like if you took a was it a culture culture culture culture in indian cuisine which is the basically. The nona has something in it. Okay yeah yeah did that but then like once puffed up you took the filling out. Put more dough in there like it's kind of like that. Yeah it's really weird strange so maybe maybe people learned something. There's a colorado in miami style. I don't know and i'm someone that just complained about pizza. Which is like universally. Everyone likes pizza. You know yeah. I mean i like new york style and i also am partial to detroit style. I like it. You don't really like deep dish. It's not really my thing. I like it too but it's not. It's a once twice a year thing. If that you know which. I guess you could argue with you. Only one at once or twice years it really fucking good right yeah But know sometimes. I don't think logically and you know that about me so i thought another thing that was funny and that scene is that people have no idea who serving them pizza. Yeah because he's not. Is he these prenup famous in france. Right repair I was thinking more day. But yeah you're right with that. They have they have no. That guy is right or not. It's like aren't the cameras a dead giveaway that something's going on but there's no they're all just kind of like yeah. Where's my pizza. There was definitely that could gets cool. You guys are shooting some stuff but the fox of pizza. So i thought at first. I thought they're making whole pies for people. Then i realized they're just making pies and then handing out slice handing out people are buying them but yeah. That was confusing. I two because i was like deals gonna take every one of and everybody's getting a pizza from there i think is what kind of the next major seen was When they go to that market and they do a picnic. Yeah kind of thing. I got so excited when he was just like. We need more money for wine. And yes like you know because that's the way it should be like when repairs like we're going to open to reds we're to be smashed like you know whatever but yeah the rate it was They got a bunch of stuff from room. Iran which is like a farmer's market. I guess about ninety minutes from marseille. Bigger good yeah. They just got a bunch of vegetables. Meats and cheeses stuff like that and then there's the whole big seen on just like reincarnation buddhism if you come back what do you think you come back as was that in the documentary..
Marketing To Millions
"twice year" Discussed on Marketing To Millions
"At what point do you have like a milestone marker that we can look at that says like okay once we have hit this revenue and gross or net. Then it's time to switch to an escort. Yeah it depends it depends on the individuals and you know what your top line revenue is versus what your expenses are and then what your bottom line would be. And also if you're married or not and you have a spouse who was working legally outside are they. What taxes are they paying you know. So there's a to think about when you make that decision for an llc for example remembering that that is a pass through and so you're creating schedule scene but then that flows right into your personal taxes so if you have other situations where you have a spouse your choice might be to have that spouse pay more taxes on their end and that offsets what you might go on your joint tax return if you're just a single parson than we need to now start looking at purely your business says profits and when we get to a significant amount where you'll pushing into a different tax bracket for example. You know. those are some of the things that you want to be. You know considering as you'd make the decision to remain as a llc or take the escort election. Is that something that we can look at any time of year or is that something that we need to be evaluating towards the end of the year before tax season january. What is there like a good time of year to reevaluate those types of things you definitely want to be looking at that in the current tax year right so when you hit december thirty first most decisions that you could make to affect your taxes would be out the door so you wanna be looking at you know things like that throughout the year so that you make the right decisions before tax time before tax filings castle. Yeah definitely any changes. That's happening if you feel like. You're making a significant more revenue from last year. You need to have those conversations with your tax accountant so that you can make decisions together as to the best direction that you should go so definitely. Don't just see your tax accountant during tax season. But you know. Have these touch points conversations. I think at least twice during the year so that you can you know measure where things are where you're going as a business and then you can make those decisions together. Okay that's great advice touching point or connecting with our epa's twice year. And if you don't have one yet just checking in with yourself to kind of evaluate where you are going and may be increasing your savings if you're going to be making a significant amount more so that you can cover your taxes come tax time if you don't have a cpa yet and that is definitely something. I is covered in the First strategy you know making sure that taxes are incorporated in your plan so that you are not surprised or not prepared. You know for that tax bill. Should you have one Okay great i am. Always a proponent of maximizing mind taxes so what are some of those strategies that we can use to maximize our tax savings. Are there some strategies that you like to use maybe within profit. I that we can start to think about or adapt to lessen them out. We pay taxes legally of course or some tips to maximize what we're doing. Yes so i'll talk first about you know some tax strategies that you can use and then we can go into profit first later. Yeah so we're all now. Most of us right are in the online environment right and so one tax deduction to think about. Is the home office deduction a lot of entrepreneurs don't either not aware or they just don't take the home office deduction when it's available to them now remembering that you have to have revenue in order to take the deduction because it's a reduction of your income right and so let's say that your in a thousand square unit. Is your apartment your home whatever it is. Let's keep the numbers simple and you have your office. Space is two hundred square feet. So that's one fifth of your entire home than you can actually be taking one fifth of your home expenses. So if this is you know your mortgage you're taking one fifth of your property taxes one fifth of your interest expense on the mortgage one fifth of the utilities. May so this can add up to a significant amount. And so it's important to make sure that you have a tax accountant. That's going to be asking you those questions for example. Maybe they have like a checklist of things that you'll supposed to provide as opposed to some tax accountant. It's just another number for them and so whatever you give to them. That's what they use right and so it's important to have someone that's gonna produce for the extra information whether it's through a checklist so that you know all year. I need to provide this information. So that i can get that deduction Yeah and that's one. That i really love a specially if people are kind of considering maybe renting a space outside of their home or using a co working space or even getting an office. If you're just on your own your team is.
"twice year" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"That for you right now with our next year. See what i believe in her fan says look out for just herbert mahomes. not thinking. says. I'll see it when i believe it meaning. I'll believe it. When i see it but i love the moments when mahomes doesn't have time to prep because you could see that competitiveness and he smiled after and you can understand okay. You we all know what he was saying. I'll see when. I believe. I believe it when i see it. Homes has been hearing some of the chatter about herber. Sure and now. I know it's a small moment. But this to me even makes mahomes herbert the to match ups that will get slightly more enticing and in a sense because you know that he knows that this kid is very good out there in la. And it's going to be an interesting contest and we're fortunate. I think in watching the afc west getting a cover that we get this think twice year. Yeah and i think it's also the the unguarded moment is cool right. Get that with patrick very much. Because he is so good at handling interviews. You know seeing this happen as a small child obviously had a great impression on him and he does such a spectacular job of answering questions without giving things away without. You know throwing people under the bus without saying the wrong thing. He's so good at it. And so those unguarded moments where he's not prepared to answer that kind of a question and let his competitiveness show through. I think you've got that exactly right. That that's his competitiveness showing through an unguarded moment. It's it's terrific fun. But i can say as an older guy myself. People expect this from me to put the the phrase backwards but I'm not sure that they really expect that. From patrick at this. What yeah. I just think it was somewhere where he just was trying to fire back really quickly. Got a little stop but we listen. We liked the competitive necessary. And i think it does it really indeed may chiefs chargers match up a little bit more interesting. You justin herbert. I'm a big fan of him from afar. And i think he's the same way press conference really does say the right thing a really good young kid and these two typically will just let their. They're talking a happened on the field. Mahomes i love the on the field competitive moms because that's when you'll start to get the counting on the fingers and the flag saying and the white hot and so hope to see some of that when we get when we do get chiefs and chargers and i think for the first time and i'll say it again and i'm not afraid to hear i finally think charges are legitimate. I think you'll get the media thing and we'll of course tweet from arrowhead pride a tradition like no other The chargers getting crowded. But i actually think there'll be a playoff team this year. I don't think the when the afc west. But i think the chargers will indeed be a playoff team. That's and early prediction for you Another thing we have to touch upon this their last news item. John laurent tardiff. What an honor. For him to be a kansas city chief he was named the espy's sports humanitarian of the year for opting out becoming the first nfl player to opt out of the twenty twenty season and that was not because of any fear of corona virus. Quite the opposite. He was willing to put himself at risk to go to. Montreal uses medical doctor degree on the front lines against corona virus and properly awarded by espn at their annual espy awards. Which happened on saturday saturday. Yeah this is terrific. I i love this guy i really do. I mean he's he's a great story. He's been a great story from the beginning playing and canada. You know it's not quite like playing in the nc double a. in terms of Being well known among nfl circles coming in as a sixth round pick Eventually working his way into the starting lineup developing into a solid player and then at the same time becoming a doctor in his spare time. I mean who does that. Suddenly i feel like i'm in one of those commercials for those car warranty things who does that. Now yeah i. It's a credible. I mean the fact that i had the opportunity when i was still achieves dot com to go cover this guy and we spoke to one of his mentors one of his teachers along the way and then one of the the items that stuck out and i believe we made it the final comment of special we did. I think it's still available on youtube. It's called a tale of two passions. But the thing they said that stuck out is laura is gonna play in the nfl and we'll see how much longer he goes. No not at ease aged and we're probably looking at him as a backup. Who knows where this goes. But he's going to be end up being an ex ear. Dr meaning like a twenty year doctor or twenty five year dr whereas okay. Maybe he had seven to ten years of the nfl. But he'll be more. So known for saving lives dr dube cardiff and i thought that was fascinating in a in a sense because man. There's so much respect. I think we have in america for both football players and for doctors and what they do and for this guy to have lived both lives in one and just i think the tone and the manner in which he speaks about and the reverend c has for really both opportunities. It's just it's an incredible player to watch and a person to watch multi-language speaker really he's for the greater good and again just an honor to have in kansas city. And we're hoping and and we think he'll be on the fifty three man roster remains to be seen what his role is for the twenty twenty one season. basically he's dot graham from field of dreams. It would have been a tragedy if i'd only been a doctor for for one game right now. He recognized at the end of his life that that he got to spend most of his life doing something that really helped people instead of just entertaining people and not to say that. There's anything wrong with entertaining people. I think i think there's a lot to be said for that. It's a it's a thing that makes all of us. More healthy truth be told not quite in the same way that a doctor does so. Yeah he's dot graham and And everybody who sees. That movie loves that character. That's how we should feel about. Dr larry are arrowhead. Pride editor. show message. Just take off the super bowl ring before you start the surgical procedure. I don't wanna leave that in saudi coming up next. I have an uncle who is a surge in a us to tell jokes about that about you. Know leaving the issues coming up next on. The era had pride editor show an update on corona virus index nations in the nfl. And we'll get.
"twice year" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"It twice a year. Or do you want that separately into your contract that twice year they bill you for that separately, So it's not built into the monthly amount, actually, Same with flowers or annual same thing. Do you want that built separately? So then, that way, Sometimes you can say I don't want to put flowers on this quarter, or do you want it built into the contract itself, where it spread out over 12 months, Okay? And then the company three times a year or twice a year, automatically puts the flowers in. Makes sense. And folks remember everything that William is suggesting. In a request for proposal. We want everything you want everything to be in writing. In writing is the most important thing that we can get across on this show. You know, the other thing is Once you have these things in there, it's very important to know. Does the contractor that you're hiring have an inspection process? How are you knowing that he's actually doing the work? Is he that does the contractors uh, office send you over a notification on on what days are going to be there that month? Whether it's irrigation or pest control? How many, Uh, service calls that particular month there's going to be so that's really important to make sure that you know that they have a form. Of inspection that they can either have somebody sign off on. If you have somebody it's working on property like a property manager. That's uh, an on site manager. Some properties have what they call a portfolio manager. And a portfolio manager may only work on the property 10 hours or 20 hours a week. So those managers they would have to be arranged to meet on the property to go around and do the inspection to make sure everything's being done very. And, you know, it's very important. You've heard this many times. Inspect what you expect. Sure, right? So if you don't inspect what you expect You may not be happy with the end results. You know, down the line, right? Do you have to set the expectations? And I guess that's the point of the request for proposal. Exactly A lot of times. Uh whoa. Go and look at the property and We're looking at the rest request for proposal that's been handed to us and we're looking around and we're going. Wow. You know what? This request for proposals and excellent request for proposal. But what I'm looking at on the property. None of this is being done. Apparently, you can tell the property has not been well fertilized. There's pest damage around the property. There's irrigation issues. So my question always goes back to is. Do you have your last inspection report from the current company that is servicing the property so we can review it? And hopefully you get more than a blank stare. When you ask that question again, most of the time we get the blanks there. I see. All right. Absolutely. Okay. Insurance requirements. Uh, Reno that that's very important. So, I mean, you know, you should have an established amount. Of insurance requirements, depending on the company and a lot of times your insurer. If you have an insurer, they'll tell you what the report what they think the requirements should be, for that contractors. Sure, hold whether it's you know, a million $2 million general liability coverage. Whether it's 500 to a million dollars on the vehicles that are driving on the property. There's different insurance coverages for different things. General liability is if something was the fly and get damage a vehicle hitting a so if they didn't have proper vehicle coverage and a vehicle hit something general liability won't cover that. I see you got to have the different insurance coverages. And then there's Workman's comp, you know, so that's the state requirement for employers that have We're all their workers and going back to home owners. A lot of these homeowners hire people in the neighborhood and again if they don't have a corporation, and they don't have license and they don't have insurance. They surely don't have workmen's cop on their employees. And if one of their employees gets hurt on their property, their the end user and today we're where, unfortunately a sue happy, uh, environment sad But true, Yes. And if an employee falls on the property, Uh, what usually happens is, uh if he if he did not Workman's cop and the company didn't have Proper insurance. Uh, the attorneys are going to go after the homeowner. Yeah, or or the property owner. If it's a it's a rental community, if it's uh if it's an H O A. They're going to go after the homeowner association to cover all that are You know, loss of time for work. The injury itself, the medical. It all will fall on that community, and we certainly know from our experience here, and I heard media that that is not the case with Qatar's edge. Oh, that you provide workers cop and some of the crew members that you had out here or really doing some kind of some tricky you work when it comes to being way up in the error. And you know of the high trees and I I think you have some people who specialize just in working way up in the air, and that's a That's a great point. Right? Because a lot of times, uh, these smaller lawn companies Because they're they're trying to make an extra buck. Uh, they'll go. Yeah, we can trim those trees We can climb up in a tree and trim on every aspect of the landscape industry requires a different license. Uh uh, The insurance is different. The workman's comp coverage is different from, uh, long person to a tree climber. It's much higher for a tree climber. Uh, Also the license requires certain training, so they have to go through training throughout the earth, So they have to have a certain amount of hours of training each year for each category. So again why it's important that if you're hiring a tree trimmer, you're hiring a license tree trimmer tributaries? Sure. The other thing is is you know when you're looking for these contractors, and again, this goes back to any type of contractor landscape or not. You want a list of references while with phone numbers, so you can give a call to somebody and say, How was this guy on your project? How does he do on your community? Can I come out to your community and take a look at it? And, you know, make a date just especially with, you know, large properties. You know, you may have to get put on the list of the security guard check to get into the property. But most communities, the managers, they're very apt. They're like, Yeah, absolutely. Come take a look at my property. You know, we love our landscaper, and we're very proud. Come take a look at and you could drive through our property. So most are very open to allow you to come out and take a look at the property. So it's really good to go and take a look at the work that the other company was doing before you accept their bids. And so a couple other things, you know. Don't take the word that their license require copies of the license. Absolutely in the bed. Uh huh. Uh Certificates. Any certificates they have, or associations, uh, that they're involved in. Well, if they're landscape inspectors, those are always great to have because it gives them even more knowledge and make sure you're getting out qualified person. If you're a very large property and inventory, their truck, some equipment So you know that they have the proper equipment and trucks to be able to handle your size property. Some some communities even require a P N l. They want to make sure your companies large enough and has the funds to be able to handle your proper interesting A P and l a P. And L. Yep, required required that they be have a drug free policy. Absolutely, you know, distracted drivers policy. And a documented safety program. And if you go onto, uh, cutter's edge, you'll you'll on cutter's edge pro dot com, Right and you go to our Facebook page..
The NFL Show
"twice year" Discussed on The NFL Show
"Knowing my running mechanics outfielder just translate translates stumbled trade. That's interesting with your track experiment and you know p carroll came out and said this week that he loved it and all that stuff and i think a lot of people thought it was admirable what went into the thought process there. I know you wanted to try. It is that just a philosophy that you have or you just want to try a bunch of different stuff and and see what sticks what what went into that. Decay will after baker chase down. They added me on twitter. All right come here and not run at one of your trial v. ten sure enough. I mean i didn't back down from challenges from the moment that they add to their hamilton laid out that i was going to do it. Is there anything out there in that vein that you would want to try that you haven't athletic competition and experience. Is there something recent. Okay actually want to do this next. Maybe next offseason very spontaneous person so you have talked me probably mid wages to the nfl season. That's a that's a great philosophy to have. I want to talk about The nfc west and kind of the arms race going on there. Because you know you obviously trae. Lance goes the san francisco matt. Stafford goes to la really interesting division right now. How much do you keep up with that. And how much you keep an eye on. What that jockeying looks like in the offseason. Of course she bought out because No you gotta play twice year. Yeah nothing we have the best division in all sports right now from all festively defense competition too. Many dogs are on the field at one time. Like i think it's gonna be very fun this year Not.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"twice year" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Right? Alright. So so, yes. So planning is and having the written plan in the key. You gotta have a document here is what I've got here is what I can spend and people holding at like gold. I mean, I have clients to go to retire that the call me You know, David, You know, my boss was mean to me today. But, you know, I don't think I want to work anymore. But because I know I could retire, right? Some people love their job. Part of it is just having the ability to retire. Sure, right? Well, something happens. So some people are blessed enough where they don't love their job. But maybe they can't. They can't work anymore. Maybe one day they decide they don't because they don't like their boss or whatever it is. Having that plan in your pocket, so to speak, can give you the freedom of feeling empowered to be able to say Hey, if I if I don't wanna work any more than that, I know that I don't have to. Absolutely. And then David. Once you are able to put a plan in place for someone how often do you recommend that they review the plan with you to make sure that it's working properly for them? I like to see clients a minimum twice a year, you know, probably see my was found a couple times a year. If they're closer to retirement, Maybe maybe more. But I would say, Adam, we reach out to clients. If if we have seen them in one will do reviews when, once a year at a minimum, I think twice years better but again. If somebody's closer to retirement, and they're talking the next year, I may want to see them more often. But if if you have a really good plan And is well thought out. You don't need to visit it every month, right? But a couple times a year is good at least once a year to do a full review of here's where you're at were. Here's what your real estates worth. Here's the Here's the tax or looking like again. Are we going to do some tax planning this year? Are we gonna decides that's a big reason his taxes? Maybe there's opportunities that year to do some planning that we didn't think about whether to the state taxes or whether it's income taxes. Capital gains taxes, maybe some giving that we want to do some charitable giving. So I think from a tax perspective, I think annual reviews are important. Just just on that alone, even the investments or finding everything else. I think the taxes should be revisited every year. Okay for for sure. Okay. Okay. This'll is the perfect time for us, David to go ahead and open up the phone lines for the second time this week. Yes. Good to the viewing audience at home. The number to call is 866. 7393775 again. 8667393775. If you have questions about your retirement plan, let David take a look into a complementary retirement review for you again. You have 500,000 and above and acid That's going to be something that benefits you greatly. The number to call is 8667393775. And I love how we were talking about what the experience feels like when someone comes in for the very first time, So let's share that with the viewing audience. What can they expect to feel when they first come in? Well, we We try to do like a spa like, you know, we have a water feature and we way have you know I have all women in the office, so that's on purpose, so I would know what to do. But now we want to make it is as pleasure was, you know, as stress free as possible. You know it zero. It is intimidating. Sometimes to do that. You're exposing yourself with your finances. And and we take that seriously and want people to feel, you know, as comfortable as possible. So really relaxing. Obviously, this kind of conversation. Yeah, it's conversation. No, Jen talk. Is it? You know, we all need. I always say I'm half camp counselor, half adviser because a lot of you know you get very personal with clients and a lot of things that air, but that's what drives us to make decisions or not sure, And so we want to make it is as as as inviting as possible and as stress free as possible for clients to anything we've achieved that, you know. People comment on the office and they we have class. Just come by, and we have their favorite drinks and refrigerator and do so It's got a funny they get bored. Oh, you know, we're gonna come by. I'll be Yeah, the client come out. There's two clients in the hallway talking our staff. It's so way have great staff and great people. And we're very blessed to have, you know, have the have what we have. So we saw because of our clients. So we want to make the experience a zoo. Positive as possible. Okay, for for people that come to see us, Okay, so very relaxing. Kind of just getting to know one another, If you will. Is it about an hour consultation? David doesn't run longer. Usually it's probably I would say closer to 90 minutes, I'd walk out two hours for every every perspective client everybody that choose to come. See me. I don't want to be rushed. I don't want to be as wannabe lto really get to know somebody people always interesting. I wanna get to know you know, people, stories and what drives them? What's important to them on DSA to do that? You can't have. Okay. We have 45 minutes for a media. I just won't do that. Absolutely well. I cannot believe how fast our time goes together, David because again, it's just a wealth of information that you're giving to the viewing audience. I know, of course with the radio show the TV and now this way of reaching people as well with this program. It's just amazing, and people are just so receptive, and they can't wait to hear. You know what you have to say..
"twice year" Discussed on X96
"Drinking feel our Yes, It's Jimmy San Tangelo Jimmy, the wine guy. He is the proprietor, The Empresario, the Chief cook and bottle washer. At the wine Academy of Utah. And Jimmy is here to talk about whiskey. Campfire whiskey. Good morning, Mr Santo Angelo. Good morning, everyone. How's everyone doing? Thanks for having me on this morning. Talk about this great product. Yeah, what it let's let's just get right into it, huh? This This isn't unusual product, I think from Hi, west distilleries. Yeah, You don't see Ah blended whisky of this sort, with the characteristics often done in such a fine job. I gotta tell you so what the high West campfire whiskey is, it's a blend of three different whiskeys. It's a blend of bourbon, a blend of rise and then a blend of Pete ID. Scotch whiskey. So that's where you get that touch of smokiness from, I don't know books. Heat is real interesting. It's it's uh, the peat key 80 that Thai spell it. Pete is found about a meter down in the ground. You dig it up. It's this valuable substance, almost clay like And you dry it out and then you burn it. We used to use it for fuel in Scotland in the 16 17 hundreds, and that's where they smoked. They dried out the grain. And that smokiness from the peat attached to the grain. And when they went to the still from that barley that smoked petered barley. The cat is really cool. Um, smoky kind of maritime kind of this, Um Greatest like your next to a campfire at the end. At the end of the day, um, kind of aromatic through the whiskey. It really does. It smells kind of like a campfire, and there's even as sort of a taste reminiscent. The campfire sitting there and, you know, it's the end of the I've been on a cattle drive. And, you know, I bet with me into the cattle drive. Yeah. It's subtle. It's not over the head. It's not bunking on ahead like a single malt peaty Scotch whisky from Isla, Um, where it That's all it is. This is really well ingrained. It's uh, you know, this is also a blend of 4 to 8 year old whiskey's together, so it's got some barely statement to it. You have Brand new American Char bells that it's been set in a little bit of second use barrels, so it's a really handcrafted find product that's been blended together. No, You know what the best part is, You know, that's part. Sorry, Bill. The best part is that it's limited here in Utah, right? You can't fire used to be all across the country, but it's been narrowed down and because we love it so much here in the state and showed so much support. This camper was part of their limited release program of twice years, spring and fall will see a command now. This would be good in mixed drinks. I would think some sort of how would you mix this campfire? High West campfire whiskey? What would you do with it? So you can blend in two different ways. I like it as a take on the rusty nail, which has got to dream buoy something out the Scotch whisky for this campfire with the DRAM buoys. That I created that cocktail at the Metropolitan Restaurant back in the day with Karen Elson. Now you guys remember that restaurant? Of course. Sure. Yeah, And that was a lot of fun called it The American Joe Little take on it with having an American whiskey in that, But also I love this. I love this with coffee. Um, making an Irish taken an Irish coffee. Um, you use about an ounce of the whiskey three ounces of hot coffee, maybe a little sugar in there a little demure or sugar in the raw, simple syrup and then floated with just a little bit of heavy cream, not integrating it in. But just the floats When you sip that Yeah. You get a chill. You get the chill of the cream on the palate. You get the heat of the coffee and the sting of the whiskey. It all mixes real nice together. That sounds great. I have all of those ingredients available to me now they're just right here. S Oh, hi. Hi west Campfire whiskey, and you can only get it in Utah. Now. That's pretty cool, eh? So let's prices 64 bucks at the state stores, and it's pretty widely available right now, but that's it. It's a one and done released. So see it on the shelf. Grab it. Ah, Ah and I I always get to because I'll give one to a friend or mail to a buddy out of town. So it's a fun. Uh, it's a good opportunity. So Jimmy Wine Academy of Utah still got plenty of events going on. What what? What can people look for if they go to Wine Academy? Of Utah dot home Yep, Just go right to our tasting events Tab and we released all our summer in home wine events. We've got these new events, new wines, new presentations. It's It's going to be a lot of fun, ranging from A taste of Italy that you can explore splashes. Spain, California Coast had a lot of fun with the names California thing all these fun events and one of my favorite event today, heading up to you to share it with each year was the Manhattan cocktail it take in the history of my absolute favorite events to do. Yeah. Zim Porton learn this stuff to me. I think anyway. Yeah, it's so this is great. These air great gifts you could give to people or do it for special events like anniversaries are for birthdays. We've done it for Absolutely highly recommended done up for the hell of it s o Wine Wine academy of Utah dot com and what people don't realize, too is that Jimmy is a Assam. Yea, that's that's not that doesn't come easily on. You can frame people to be some years and do what you do, right? Yeah, that's right with the wine is for its education, trusted the UK based program that I'm licensed through. We certify people in both wind spirits and even shocking way had a quick text question. And then we'll wrap this up asking for a friend. Uh, do you have a surefire hangover cure? In the words of my grandmother? Keep drinking. No, like, just keep drinking. Look the hair of the dog here, dawg. What? Lots of water, Right. What? All right. Jimmy sent Angelo Thank you very much. You can find all of this at wine academy of Utah dot com. Will talk to you again soon. Thank you Look forward to it..
SI Media Podcast
"twice year" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"I think i may have sent you about this. Maybe once or twice years ago maybe in the beginning of the trump regime. But i think where the one thing i think where you and i definitely disagree as i don't see the point in interviewing a tucker carlson show because they're nothing they say will be in reality or truth so at the end none of it i just i think her carlson is out there. Making a persuasive argument on behalf of the middle class. I think he also does it in ways that are inappropriate and and sometimes downright downright race racist. But you don't think there's any truth at all to what they like to the. Maybe they're they're making maybe there. I'm thinking of like the times when like cnn would put on kellyanne conway like that. I was vehemently against because that is nothing but lies. Oh yes it is. Kellyanne conway has she. Wouldn't she would tell you. Today was not wednesday. I mean it's i had conway on three times and what i'll say is every time i felt like they were diminishing returns. It was getting less valuable to the viewer. we didn't. We didn't ask her back anymore. But i mean she started off with with what was it. the presidency to watch how she deflects was newsworthy. For a while. I i respect you disagree. But i i can get that i get talker and hannity because they host cable news programs and is something mayor about what they do on the show not do interviewing techniques that you know i mean i can see that more than like the kellyanne conway's and the and the killing mcenany who never once told one truthful statement so i can give you the tucker and hannity feud interview them. I would not. I wouldn't probably complain about well. I tried and they didn't wanna talk to me for my book. Go go figure good news. Is everybody else. A fox wanted to talk to you. Get like all. Do you get all the fox. News viewers tweeting. You like what those guys are saying. And and you know some nights..
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"twice year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And a positive environment. Check. Check, check and check. And a quote. Right to which I would add check made. Unlike the Steelers and the Packers, the Browns are more than 21 mil under the cap, so they've got space. And they just went to the playoffs. And they came this close to beating Kansas City and booking a spot in the A V C championship game. The Texans when Foreign 12th in puked all over themselves at every single turn. And you know what else This guy would love. J. J. What would love to go to Cleveland because he could join up with Myles Garrett. Remember all those double teams that JJ Watt had to deal with in Houston? I'm guessing they vanished when you've got Myles Kerr playing on the other side. I mean, imagine how scary that would be. Imagine what that pass Rush would look like with these two dudes firing off the line on either side. If I see that, and I'm better off his burger, I'm gonna retire right now. I don't need to put my body on the line twice year against that. Saying this right now. J. J. Watt would not be a good fit in Cleveland. JJ Watt would be a great fit in Cleveland, JJ. What would be a perfect fit in Cleveland? J. J. J. J Listen to me. I know you're getting a lot of feedback. I know you're getting a lot of advice. I know there's a lot of different people in your ear. And I know you didn't ask me for my advice, but I'm gonna give it to you anyway. Go to Cleveland, Go to Cleveland, sign on the line that is dotted and then let's go out and win this whole damn thing together. Yeah. You might, It might be happening. Oh, my God, this might be happening. It should. If this guy wants money and ring, then Cleveland is where he should go. If this guy wants a ring, Cleveland is where he should go. Yeah, I said it, and I mean it and I've been saying it for two years. What's so good about Cleveland? What's so good about Cleveland? There aren't enough hours in the day. Joe. So good about Cleveland, their team, their chemistry, their talent, their culture, their coaching staff, thanks to this city. Who a J. J. J. J B part of America's team. Do it. Go there. 1 806 368686, Let's get a phone call in here. Go, Texas. See what this dude's tripping on today. Johnny in Texas. It's all you Johnny, What's going on? Hey, Jimmy. Hope things are well for you. I'll be quick. A couple weekends ago, I went up to Dallas and I met up with Mark formerly of the 9 to 5. He's in Texas resident now. At the gala, and I was singing for the weekend. She met you at the tour stop in the San Antonio. We're sitting there talking about you in the show and she goes. Jim Rowe. I know Jim Rome. Met him. He's cute. So of course, you know I'm sitting there going great. Anyhow. Props to you, Jim. Hey, Last thing closed, It's really cold. Here in Texas, as you guys know, but get off of us. I mean, seriously, we don't have the infrastructure to handle this kind of cold. Jim. I've been home for three days. Very little food. Worse of worst of all, no alcohol. That sucks. Jim. I hope you guys you're well again. War wells requesting a covert test. Rectally, I'm out. Johnny for you That cost suck..
"twice year" Discussed on WTVN
"Com. Lord, I guess I'll win and grow their family like I like this play for second, So don't actually boots. Why do you talk? Hey, I'll be a few Elks club tonight. I joined the host club like, you know, remember? No. Gotta move Sworn else. Oh, what's a Rotarian for years and I got since that fires back up. I got joined downtown with you. But Go on Paul Harris fellowship that one time so pumped about that because I filled them out. Connor, it is It really is. I was in the group City one for 10 years. They give me anything. I gotta help you guys out for one show, and I didn't earn anything. They didn't give me anything. Well, I'm a millennial right for me. No. But speaking of my Rotarian buddies, Lonnie Alonzo. He was the local lieutenant Super general Western governor. He was the man. He's the one that got me in this business him and Jeff knuckles. So if you don't like Jeremy blame them, too. But he was texting me during the show, and he goes rain acts works him for him. Good works for his windshields. Good on all his God. Cloe massage that's control vehicles. So five picks, and when I line up, you're gonna get $25 gift card to his establishment. I'm telling you what he takes care of my house every year. He sprays my house twice years. No spider's nose. Think bugs. No. So if your wife for better half I should Severino do gender stuff, not age. But if your better half likes Doesn't like those little creepy crawlers have incomes for your house. We just had amount of Wasco when he came out, and did he? Yeah, Lonnie's like that. He was there same day. I called him and took care of it and he lived the American dream. Make no mistake. He is but biggest patriot I've ever been around. He's from Cuba. If you don't know that him. They flew here with his mother and his father and his sister had got different plane. Because you know the Socialists world everybody wants here in America. Now he got the witness. People getting executed. Pour off a plane at a young man when he was a little boy. The reason he flew different his dad because they wouldn't execute a mother and a son. Or a father and a daughter. So they flew out on different planes during the bay of Pigs. I'm trying to get this right. I've heard the story so much, and Lonnie gets emotional about it because he came here with nothing him and his father and he built up this huge business and live the American dream. So you wanna talk about someone who gets fired up when people want something for nothing, And I can tell you this. Lonnie will come out to your establishment and take care of the mice and take care of your problem and do it right. That's that's what's so and he's your sit down, talk to the guy. He's amazing, and he's very now shaking his head because he He's like Steve Terrain. He doesn't like compliments, but he lived the American dream. So if you ever hate this country, call Lonnie Alonso and he'll tell you why you should love this country because he's a true Patriots go back the phone lines. Let's go to this one's kind of got me. Let's go to Chris. I guess he's got a Suzuki arrow. I've never what I needed. I've had my car to a couple of car shops. On TV and That boy's They can't find out what's wrong with my car..
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"twice year" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"If if we have seen them in one will do reviews and once a year at a minimum, I think twice years better but again. If somebody's closer to retirement, and they're talking the next year, I may want to see them more often. But if if you have a really good plan And is well thought out. You don't need to visit every month, right? But a couple times a year is good at least once a year to do a full review of here's where you're at were. Here's what your real estates worth. Here's the Here's the tax or looking like again. Are we going to do some tax planning this year? Are we gonna decides that's a big reason his taxes? Maybe there's opportunities that year to do some planning that we didn't think about whether to the state taxes or whether it's income taxes. Capital gains taxes, maybe some giving that we want to do some charitable giving. So I think from a tax perspective, I think annual reviews are important. Just just on that alone, even the investments or find everything else. I think the taxes should be revisited every year. Okay for for sure. Okay, okay. This is the perfect time for us, David to go ahead and open up the phone lines for the second time this week. Yes, good to the viewing audience at home. The number to call is 866. 7393775 against 8667393775. If you have questions about your retirement plan, let David take a look into a complementary retirement review for you again. You have 500,000 and above and acid That's going to be something that benefits you greatly. The number to call is 8667393775. When I love how we were talking about what the experience feels like when someone comes in for the very first time, So let's share that with the viewing audience. What can they expect to feel when they first come in? Well, we try to do like a spa like, you know, we have a water feature, and we have you know, I have all women in the office, so that's on purpose, so I would know what to do. But now we want to make it is as pleasures pile, you know, as stress free as possible. You know, it's you know, it is intimidating. Sometimes to do that. You're exposing yourself with your finances, and and we take that seriously and want people to feel, you know, as comfortable as possible, so really relaxing car. Was there a sign of a conversation? It's conversation. No, Jen talk. Is it? You know, we all need. I always say I'm half camp counselor, half adviser because a lot you know you get very personal with clients and a lot of things that air, but that's what drives us to make decisions or not sure, And so we want to make it is as inviting as possible and as stress free as possible for clients to anything we've achieved that, you know. People comment on the office and they we have classes come by and we have their favorite drinks and refrigerator and do so It's got a funny they get bored. Oh, you know, we're gonna come by. I'll be Yeah, the client come out. There's two clients in the hallway talking to our staff so way have great staff and great people. And we're very blessed to have, you know, have the Havel we have. So we saw because of our clients. So we want to make the experience a zoo. Positive as possible. Okay, for for people that come to see us, Okay, so very relaxing. Kind of just getting to know another if you will. Is it about an hour consultation? David doesn't run longer. Usually it's probably I would say closer to 90 minutes, I'd walk out two hours for every every perspective client everybody that choose to come. See me. I don't want to be rushed. I don't want to be. I just want to be able t really get to know somebody people have raised interesting. I want you to know you know, people, stories and what drives them? What's important to them on DSA to do that? You can't have. Okay. We have 45 minutes for a media. I just won't do that. Absolutely well. I cannot believe how fast our time goes together, David because again, it's just a wealth of information that you're giving to the viewing audience. I know, of course with the radio show the TV and now this way of reaching people as well with this program. It's just amazing, and people are just so receptive, and they can't wait to hear..
"twice year" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"twice year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You notice a big difference, Especially those of you get very few for its and vegetables. You're going to notice a difference the very first day. You use it now. Dr. Levin, a friend of mine wanted to do it, juice cleanse and spent probably close to $200 buying one of those in the store with a handful of fresh pressed juices. And I mean, it's a fortune just for a three day cleanse. And what do you do after that? Talk about this. And how often do you want people taking O J c. The organic juice cleanse, right, right. I've seen those online $200 for a three day cleanse. I mean, What the heck are you going to do after that? You do Ah, cleanse once a year or twice a year, And then that's it. I mean, Pat, Do you breathe in chemicals, once or twice a year or every day every day? Do you eat foods that have pesticide, their herbicides and contaminants once or twice year or every day? Every day every day, Right? So cleansing and detoxifying isn't something you do once or twice a year. I mean, would you shower once or twice a year, So the bottom line is we want to think about getting this toxic junk out of our systems on her. Regular basis. Now, the first way you do that is making sure you have enough fiber because that's how you flush out that G I tract. That's why we have a full 5 G of fiber in the organic juice cleanse, But secondly, deliver support blend the broccoli, the milk, thistle and all the superfood the fighting nutrients to Berries. They go toe work, helping the liver to cleanse and detoxify the system. And they do it every single day because you coming contact with toxins every single day. You use old J C every single day because this is the supplement it fortifies the body. It adds those superfoods, the antioxidants, the final nutrients, the vitamins and minerals and at the same time it supports your liver and its job to cleanse into tops of fire system..