22 Burst results for "Two Three Four Years"

Covid & Digital Transformation: Too Much, Too Soon?

Technology Untangled

02:07 min | 5 d ago

Covid & Digital Transformation: Too Much, Too Soon?

"Distort transmission is the conscious integration of digital technology into all areas of a business and buzzwords aside. Most organizations have been talking about it for ages. We've gone digital transformation strategies and chief digital officers coming out of our as bump the stats. Say that seventy percent of all digital transformation initiatives fail to find out why i could dave strong u. k. pre sales director for h. p. e. the three areas. That really caused this to happen. One is around complexity to many organizations. Take on too much. They tried to bring together thought him any digital technologies to try and deliver society. Come the end up. Filing then this the couch apiece and the whole point around the digital ambition is to do it quickly is to take a business problem translate a business problem and executes it with technology that can really make a difference organization. Two three four year programs that too long. You missed the boat if you're trying to compete against monza as a retail bank and taking three full years to get to where they were three years ago he kind of lost your business. You know that culture piece of being able to deliver things in bite size. Incremental trunks isn't organization is very alien to established businesses. you look at some banks being around fatigue. Three hundred years right imagine that trading history and the processes that they've built up that time. It's very cumbersome netflix. It is being cumbersome the it processes being cumbersome so it has really made it extremely difficult and then the final based fatigue and we guys right back to taking too long to do things. But you're relying on a very small skills pool around dishes so we know that it's recognized. Uk level the digital skills are in great demand but it's not enough of them and focusing all of that delivery and change on a very small pool of people that overwhelmed overworked and therefore the in fatigue. And that's why you see that stat. Seventy percent fail

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Why We Should Delay Kids' Screen Time

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

02:04 min | Last week

Why We Should Delay Kids' Screen Time

"What did you discover with the research. What's what was hap- what is happening in the brain. What are some of the effects of screen time on infants and young kids. Yeah so when we're talking about. I really like so when i talk about young kids so under-fives i use the acronym swat for swat screen time because those are the five big areas where i think we have. You know the best research In terms of some of the negative associations we see with screen so s stand for sleep Children who have high amounts of recreational screen time. This means for fun for pleasure That they go to bed leader and they have a total Their total sleep. Duration is shorter. W is for we that. There's an association between recreational screen time and wait for kids a for attention which is overweight time. Yeah yeah yeah. Thanks for clarifying that A for attention. Which i think is really interesting looking at the ways in which you know a two three four year old we think of as generally inattentive and looking at the ways in which screen time affects their attention we have Experimental and longitudinal research that shows a negative effect of recreational screen. Time for young kids And then their attentional abilities at age seven when they're in school The second as for aggression so kids are great at modeling. That's why your work in terms of helping us to be mindful right and to carefully choose our words. is really important because they're watching what we're doing and they are watching what's onscreen to and they tend to attend to the content that is Most overwhelming for them in a way right if they watch his show. And there's there's maybe some aggressive content that the moral of the show is that you know. Aggression is not good and we shouldn't. We shouldn't say unkind things. Kids tend to remember that we hit right for that. We say things and here. I'm talking about little

Diving Into ShoutWorks with Christian Petroske

The Voice Tech Podcast

04:57 min | 5 months ago

Diving Into ShoutWorks with Christian Petroske

"Tell us a bit more about show. What does it do Who's it full problem. Do you help us solve with that. S shot. Works is a wordpress plug in that lets you create alexa skill. From your wordpress site in one click and the reason we can get it to be so fast that it's really just one click on the publish button and your alexa skill is live is that we actually use the content from destruction from press. So you can use your existing content on your blog the other parts of your website or you can you can create new content for alexa as well and the goal there is to allow anyone with a wordpress site math. A lot of people To to get the engagement that now just the biggest brands are getting through voice. Right because you can. You can use some of the more advanced tools out there but it's still pretty time intensive energy intensive often very expensive to create your own alexa skill. Shot works it's super easy and our goal is to really democratize that for for anyone to able to do We've started with wordpress because there are four hundred and fifty million wordpress sites the biggest website builder out there and still the fastest growing. It's not losing lead anyone Gaining on the other website builders so it seemed like a good good place to start to a great community but most importantly it helps us To to make it. Really seamless the process of of leveraging voice for the first time To to get that engagement like i said you know the biggest. The biggest brands out there using voice like npr wall street journal coca cola. Right huge brands have alexa skills in have for the past. You know two three four years longer sometimes because they can spend tens of thousands of dollars to create their customs skills. But we bring that same quality and make it available to anyone and it's free start and it's just ten bucks a month if you want the full set of features but But the real the real problem we're solving or small businesses for entrepreneurs is a is. You know you're trying to build an audience. You're trying to engage. You know whoever it is your customers. Your readers your Your leads and and to do it over this new medium where you you definitely have less competition than a lot of other channels and where the possibilities for deeper engagement or actually greater so give an example like there's so many things you can do with showers. We've got if you're a restaurant you can share your daily or weekly specials throughout your a digital marketer you can get you can put up a voice lead magnet and actually get sign ups. 'cause it's it's not just one way right. It's interactive we have a bunch of travel blogs travel bloggers on works right now use it essentially as another way to To make the most of their of their written contents with they'll do they write blog posts. They're doing this anyway. Have a blog. You're writing pushed all the time and publishing them on all kinds of channels social media your email newsletter. Now without words you can in one. Click add voice to your your roster of channels that you're using and i mean the the most important thing of course is getting engagement from that channel and allowing people who they may not be looking at a screen all the time right who may be washing dishes or going for a run or do laundry. Whatever it is. They have to use both their hands. Can't look at a screen but you can still. You can still consume your content. The typical way that people have done that is by creating a podcast of the. You think you've used this before it takes ten hours to create one episode of a podcast. Right that's just an insane amount of time and of course like most small businesses or entrepreneurs are not gonna be able to invest that so shower is a way to get some of the same benefits impact on your business a real engagement with with listeners and users that you can get from august but get it one hundred times easier. Where where you're leveraging. The advanced of alexa amazon has invested in. Were heard the best years longer. And she'll narrate your posts and and there's a lot more that you can start to do shower very soon because we're we're we're building out a bit in the next couple of months. You can add audio content. You can customize it a bit more as a lot of exciting stuff to come

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U.S. immigration courts overwhelmed by migrants awaiting hearings

Nick Digilio

01:29 min | 1 year ago

U.S. immigration courts overwhelmed by migrants awaiting hearings

"Reports that immigration courts in the US are overwhelmed with migrants waiting on hearings Washington correspondent and a warranty right now the backlog exceeds one million cases Texas democratic congressman Henry player says the U. S. immigration courts are overwhelmed by migrants waiting for hearing there are times where they have to wait two three four years before they go in front of a judge Congress set aside funding to hire one hundred additional immigration judges in the leaders spending bill bringing the number of authorized immigration judges to five hundred and thirty four but Claire says there is still a big problem the court rooms have not match the number of judges right now there are only four hundred and twenty six court rooms which means more than one hundred judges are having a hard time doing their jobs so there are what we call floating judges and and what they do is they wait for court room to open up the problem is that every judges busy so the court rooms are hard to find Congress has set aside more than five billion dollars in this year for the upkeep and construction of federal buildings where says he wants to use some of that money to rent and construct a federal court rooms New Mexico Democrat Dave Holland says this will speed up the asylum process and decrease the backlog Keith it's due every bit of good to make sure that we are processing all those cases it in in a legal way in a fair way clear says the added speeds can be used for judges to hear immigrants in person or by video conference

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"two three four years" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on Get Up!

"A few role players around the league but any end role players wait for stars and then v eight and you know stars like collide leonard are what drive revenue and then be aether what dr interest in ambi i anes everyone else wait sudden i mean players know danny green and you wonder stand danny green's m a i dunno frustrations the word but certainly anticipation to be able to decide where he's gotta go next you know he has to championship rings because of quiet leonard there quickly on that let's let's touch on the two primary names that are probably being held up if you well by this danny green is one of them demarcus cousins is any other what other circumstances for those guys as they wait for this decision yeah i'm not so sure even demarcus cousins i think marcus morris is a player who who's decision hinges on this one to end it's it's it's kind of easy if quite leonard goes to the lakers well then there's a lot of cap space in dallas for a danny green for marcus morris 'em if the late if a co why goes elsewhere in the lakers cap space is open well then those players fit into elway as well and will be keeping an eye on you as you were keeping on here on this entire situation check back in as they events warren thank you very much adrian worshiping screening okay let's bring to the table here for the first time and you know we were kicking this around i will go get a joke around about this because it's it's almost does feel like it's become sort of a recurring were just waiting on the line waiting on why but as you think about it here farnum i'll start with you what are the factors that you think he is weighing my stretch out into several days that this have you brought this up yesterday look if if everybody doesn't jump in all in on sunday and go hey this is where we go and then all week long were talking about these other guys making their decisions and then co why kind of at a natural normal pace but because everything happened on sunday now we've been sitting there for days gone all right what's going on ever since sunday show ended and we we recap sunday it's been what's going on here i think it's very very realistic is like the contra how long does he wanna have signed a contract worth what team and does it very dependable machine the signs were so lincoln which he wants to be part of that team and locked himself in the other thing that you have to look at to is where do you wanna listen you wanna come back home you were you comfortable enough in toronto the snake that you're during the season is still come back the lapd officers and then the last aspect of it is did you find out and discover that you became such a bigger name i think this year being part of the eastern conference winning the championship with toronto is wife eastern conference easier it will allow you to have more longevity at the top of that food chain is forced players go with me it'd be something else i would throw into the conversation and bontemps i would turn to you is is one who covers the league is you do that it may sound like going to the lakers lakers is a no brainer o'brien anthony davis and now we're just gonna go crazy and win i think there may be a lot of factors in that also to consider one of them is anthony davis is not locked in there for more than one season i think we all assume he'll resign there but there were certainly no guarantees of that envy be honored him there really is no future they've traded away practically everything so he may be looking were sort of a fine tooth comb at if i do sign with the lakers what does that look like two three four years down the road absolutely i mean look the lakers went all in on anthony davis trade away basically their entire next decades worth of draft picks what happens basically davis doesn't like it in a way and decides to leave i mean remember dwight howard got traded l is gonna be him and kobe bryant for this entire decade right that was.

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Pence blames Dems for migrant child detention center conditions

Right on Retirement With Kelly Campbell

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Pence blames Dems for migrant child detention center conditions

"Vice President Mike Pence ask today on CNN state of the union about reports that a legal immigrant kids are being kept in unsanitary conditions detention centers. No American should approve of this mass influx of people coming across our border. It is overwhelming, our system how weird treating these children. Look I as I said, you, I was at the detention center in just a few short months ago it is a heartbreaking scene Boyer. Warren Binford was part of a team of lawyers who inspected detention center in Texas. She says conditions were dangerous because kids didn't have the basics like water and soap they were sick there were, they were journey that were. Are two three four year olds. Who did it have anyone to care for them? There is an infant, who is taken from child mother who has gotten terribly sick and handed off to another child who was totally unrelated to this infants. Meanwhile, a day after is postponed planned raids to round up illegal immigrants for two weeks. The president's blaming Democrats for the problem with illegal immigration. If the Democrats would change the asylum laws and the loopholes, which I refuse to do, because they think it's good politics. Everything would be solved immediately. But they refused to do on Twitter this morning, the president pledged to send illegal immigrants packing. If Democrats, don't negotiate what he calls simple changes to asylum and loopholes in the next weeks. He tweets this morning probably won't happen. But worth a try two weeks and big deportation

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"two three four years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A good relationship with the player going into it then yup it's possible that something like that can happen but i know gone i personally we communicate with our guys consistently and honestly and zach knew we wanted him he knew where we were coming from the understood the process and again it it it worked out for him worked out for us and that's usually a good situation can you give us the details on that injury protection for you guys what exactly covers and how important a part of the contract is for you guys going forward well you know what i i don't i don't want to get into 'cause that's that's kind of a you know it's a personal thing with zach we didn't negotiate that that was negotiated on his end so you know but but look at our business if you can get protection against certain things it's it's a it's a win for you too so but we we don't anticipate you can never you never know what's going to happen with injuries and those type of things we've seen it too often an organization going back to derek and all those type of things but we're very comparable with the contract that that he has in place for us we we think that you know it's it's as the cap is goes up which is going to do over the next two three four years that number is a number on her books that's not gonna keep us from from doing other things we often talk about having the opportunity maybe you know to to trade for certain players into cap space or have flexibility going forward and that that it doesn't do anything like that impact all of our our future of sumptious that we were making concerning zack were at a high number to begin with so we we feel real comfortable with this last year the bulls made a decision going into the year and during that offseason that we're gonna get a little bit younger this going to hurt a little bit maybe it won't look sexy on the basketball court as it would have been years pass but that was a lane that we're going to choose lane that we're going to go down where the polls now what's the state of the bulls as they head into this season well we're still really young you're go you know we we've we've added a couple of young kids in this draft and so so we are but i think the biggest thing for us is we have to see growth in in our young core core players and that that includes chris don clues zach and of course it includes lowery market we we didn't i did not get an opportunity to see those guys play a lot of minutes together last year you know the the hope and the goal is to have them healthy coming into camp where we have great camp get into preseason and get into the regular season i i've said it many times you know since this past year we did take elaine chose a land and a path playing certain lineups you know the last thirty games of the year it wasn't a comfortable thing for any of us because you you want to you always want to put your best foot forward but we did what we felt was in our best interest in terms of getting young players time out on the floor and i i think in many ways benefited us so we're gonna we're gonna go into the season trying to be as as good as we can be i i we need to see who who these guys are now we we really do and we need to see if they've made progresses players because we're going to have other decisions to make going forward on on some of these guys who have contracts coming up but we but we feel good about it i think adding one down chandler will will help our group i think another year together with the guys we have we'll we'll be a bonus and and we'll see we'll see where we go i i expect us to compete that that's the thing i'm gonna be looking for i want us to play hard every night i want us to give our best best effort and we'll see where where it ends up in terms wins and losses at this point do we know do we know who bobby portis is and is it good enough well i think we know who.

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"two three four years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Worry about how guys might be affected when they have to go out and get an offer from another team well here's think you can't have both ways i mean there's the systems in place and it's been collectively bargain by owners and representatives of the players so and sometimes i don't think that's explained to them well enough to be honest with you they have so many parties in their ear and saying these things and you know that i don't think once was you know without there for guys so you can't have it both ways so look i i believe it this way if you don't have a good relationship with the player going into it then it's possible that something like that can happen but i know garen i personally we communicate with our guys consistently and honestly and zach knew we wanted him he knew where we were coming from he understood the process and again it it worked out for him worked out for us and that's usually a good situation can you give us the details on that injury protection for you guys what exactly covers and how important a part of the contract is for you guys going forward well you know what i i don't i don't want to get into because that's that's kind of a personal thing with zach and what we didn't negotiate that that was negotiated on his end so you know but but look at our business if you can get protection against certain things it's it's a it's a win for you too so but we we don't anticipate you can never never know what's going to happen with injuries and those type of things we've seen it too often an organization going back to derek and all those type of things but we're very comparable with the contract that that he has in place for us we we think that you know it's it's as the cap is goes up which is going to do over the next two three four years that that number is a number on our books that's not going to keep us from from doing other things we often talk about having the opportunity maybe to you know to to trade for certain players into cap space or have plex ability going forward and that that it doesn't do anything like that impact all of our our future assumptions that we were making concerning zack were at a high number to begin with so we feel real comfortable with this last year the bulls made a decision going into the year and during that offseason that we're going to get a little bit younger this is gonna hurt a little bit maybe it won't look as sexy on the basketball court as it would have been years past but that was a lane that we're going to choosing lane that we're going to go down where are the polls now what's the state of the balls as they headed this season well we're still real young you're you know we we've we've added a couple of young kids in this draft and so so we are but i i think the biggest thing for us is we have to see growth in in our young core core players and that that includes chris don clues zach and of course it includes lowery marketing we we didn't i did not get an opportunity to see those guys play a lot of minutes together last year you know the the hope and the goal is to have them healthy coming into camp where we have a great camp get into preseason and get into the regular season i i've said it many times since this past year we did take a lane chose a lane and a path playing certain lineups you know the last thirty games of the year it wasn't a comfortable thing for any of us because.

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"two three four years" Discussed on Got Science?

Got Science?

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on Got Science?

"To you thanks calling eight dan welcome to got science but you see podcasts pleasure to join you so today we're gonna be talking about transportation here in davis california the place that a lot of people like to come to think about transportation like they do here the the toot at uc davis minner unio you so you have a book that you wrote recently three revolutions where you talk about what needs to happen next in transportation let's talk about this through revolutions let's start with the first one electric vehicles what's going on vehicles e stays electric vehicles is a fascinating topic that i've spent many years on and now as was mentioned earlier i'm a board member for the california resources board so the california is fighting with the trump administration over electric vehicle rules but electric vehicles are here to nala here to stay they're going to dominate there's almost no question about it every car company any in the world has made a major investment they've got the technology they've got the supply chains they're really just waiting for policy to really push them and consumers to start buying them but they're ready to go and they've got the technology so it's really a question of how intent are we as a society and making it happen i'm certainly in california were really committed and we're going to see massive introduction of luxury vehicles in the coming years the item motive leaders almost all agree it's coming within two three four years we're going to see a big job will we make it to five million electric vehicles by twenty thirty in california which is the goal here that's the plan so what will happen is the air resources board which i'm a board member for we're going to be extending the zero mission vehicle mandate right now it only goes till twenty twenty five we're going to extend it to twenty thirty and we haven't come up with a number for twenty thirty but the governor said he wants five million cars so it'll be something like that so electric vehicles is the first revolution needs to happen in transportation so that we can start reaping the benefits of reduced carbon emissions and better safety unless pollution the second revolution you talk about in your book is automation self driving cars and tell us a little bit about what's going on in that world right now how close are we to self driving cars becoming a reality real automation also is inevitable it's definitely going to happen there's almost no question in this case not just the automotive industry but many other related companies all the high tech software companies silicon valley companies google or making huge investments so automation is definitely going to happen fact our cars already are partly automated today you can get some cars that will drive themselves on freeways right now that tesla audi cadillac reseda and so that just adding in more and more technology we have adaptive cruise control which means.

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"two three four years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On six eight yep we're good sports the giants in denver mile high i two three four years that fourth of july game by the way daytime till to what announce evening tilts or thought you had to have a rule stupid fireworks see fireworks on the fourth of july not when you live in san francisco you just hear this the fog turns various shades of light blue and light red yeah yeah in short season ball i you're pro ball we're in eugene oregon and they played like a five or six o'clock game on fourth of july and it's like the stupidest thing because the northwest yeah right so daytime show we had a one nothing game in the seventh inning and it was an hour and ten minutes in say let's have dinnertime fireworks bright blue sky that the lights that were on you know because they just you know put them on just early went out trysofi went out of the stadium for two and a half hours and then we waited we got her ass kicked after that in the marketing bay state miners i it was there i sell out of the year that's awesome but yeah for people love the brother brazil just peppering the goal but if yet to find the net and if you wonder why why cuckoo is a non were yet to hook up with him we will momentarily anderson verragio we have no the goalie for mexican us definitely look how an aid for anderson berisha copes you wanna help me out here but we're just waiting for him to check in with us we got back a little early thirty five usually when we get him so it's one of those light holiday week holiday weeks right by the way speaking of holiday week paulie mac back thursday and you know it was in kate scott looking forward having kayden what a fun fun filling that'll be not that any more fun you know me with kate she's the best so yeah you guys you guys have a good thing going yeah and you have a good thing always that's your guy of course but you know what i don't you ever feel for though because they cover the team and look they tell a great story no matter what but you go off last year and how dismal the season was but the energy and excitement that kyp in k both had right but it kind of war on them and it's like seeing this success not only is good for the fans for the broadcasters let's put it this way the first winning month into damn good wendy month because it wasn't like it was just face when eighteen and ten some sloppy there they are right now better record winning percentage of five twenty nine better record than both the cardinals and the washington nationals now i will say this course field they've lost eleven hundred thirteen there so it's been a house of horrors you going bumgarner tonight against kyle freeland and that'll be fun to watch and then on wednesday you're going with very very iffy chris stratton barbie tuesday and then wednesday on fourth of july it's andy suarez is this the first time that we've seen in a long time though a legit defensive outfield for them with mccutchen gore keys and slater covering that ground in chorus field i hope so you like the way mckesson playing right i mean it's a lot better than hunter i mean i might to take any slights against hunter on that whole thing what are the what are the advanced metrics tell you about my coaches defense hey coves i would big metric guy because the metrics have the metrics don't really favor brandon crawford well they don't do anyway listen we got the hook has been made with my crew on the guest line so mike it is great.

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"two three four years" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"Be a better time or more important time to be proactive with your strategy because this week i wanna talk about discussing a big picture theme and that's the potential of some major wealth building opportunities that i believe have begun to develop and have progressed in their development over the course of this year and could progress even more over the next few years so we're going to avoid talking about what's happened in the market just in the last few weeks and focus on what can happen over the next two three four years because i do believe that a major major wealthbuilding opportunity is developing and will continue to develop during that time i started to talk about this topic about a year ago just weeks after the presidential election last year and i see that this trend has continued to develop and i hope it it could be a continuing discussion on this show in the coming months and even years ahead is potentially lucrative opportunities do develop foreign investors for example one thing i'm going to talk about is that every decade tends to witness a massive price advance a boom or a mania in at least one specific asset class sometimes it's a group of assets in recent decades we've seen this asset price appreciation tend to build up momentum during a decade and start to calm innate into a top near the end of the decade i believe that if you understand how these cycles exist and how how you could recognize them that you could potentially build meaningful wealth for yourself over the next few years what asset class will it be this decade here we are you know twenty seventeen we have a few years left until the end of the decade so if a boom is going to occur this time around it's likely underway in and will continue to blossom in the months and years ahead so think about as an example think about say nine hundred ninety seven during the boom in the technology and internet and telecom sectors in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven if you were able to recognize to understand i that these booms and mania is exists how they tend to build up momentum and culminate towards the end of a decade and we're able to see well the technology and the internet stocks are leading this market back in nineteen ninety seven and they're likely to be the leading candidate for a boom or mania type of investment in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven following that ninety eight.

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"two three four years" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"Be a better time or more important time to be proactive with your strategy because this week i wanna talk about discussing a big picture theme and that's the potential of some major wealth building opportunities that i believe have begun to develop and have progressed in their development over the course of this year and could progress even more over the next few years so we're going to avoid talking about what's happened in the market just in the last few weeks and focus on what can happen over the next two three four years because i do believe that a major major wealthbuilding opportunity is developing and will continue to develop during that time i started to talk about this topic about a year ago just weeks after the presidential election last year and i see that this trend has continued to develop and i hope it it could be a continuing discussion on the show in the coming months and even years ahead is potentially lucrative opportunities do develop foreign investors for example one thing i'm going to talk about is that every decade tends to witness a massive price advance a boom or a mania in at least one specific asset class sometimes it's a group of assets in recent decades we've seen this asset price appreciation tend to build up momentum during a decade and start to culminate into a top near the end of the decade and i believe that if you understand how these cycles exist and how how you could recognize them that you could potentially build meaningful wealth for yourself over the next few years what asset class will it be this decade well here we are you know twenty seventeen we have a few years left until the end of the decade so if a boom is going to occur this time around it's likely underway in and will continue to blossom in the months and years ahead so think about as an example think about say hundred ninety seven during the boom in the technology and internet and telecom sectors in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven if you were able to recognize to understand i at these booms and mania is exists how they tend to build up momentum and culminate towards the end of a decade and were able to see well the technology and the.

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"two three four years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"That that person that's paying a hundred bucks a month into with that college student that can put fifty bucks a month into these that doesn't make sense at all because the majority of the money that's going in is eaten up in the fees for the life insurance and the expense of the contract so there's really not a lot of money going into the policy to grow so it's very hard to make it work on the other side if you can put in that same two hundred thousand dollars you can put in ten thousand fifteen thousand dollars a year instead of one hundred dollars a month the majority of the money is going into the hopeful growth component rather than being eaten up in fees and they're very these policies are very there's a thin line between making it work really well and dying on the vine and you want to be on that first category you wanna be able to make this thing work really well and you want to fund this at a level to make it worth work you put in fifty bucks a month one hundred bucks a month because that's all you can afford because you're twenty twenty one twenty two years old or whatever you happen to be and you're putting this in what you're doing is buying some very expensive life insurance when you could be taken that amount if you need life insurance and buying term and getting a whole lot more right and the people that typically sell to that class of individual have a very high lapse rate after two three four years yeah they stopped funding the people are like horrible so i don't see how the insurance companies can make.

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"two three four years" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Stadium course and and pj west to get my car and we'll completely devastated but two three four years later fifteen years later now it's the best thing that happened to i'll was not ready to be out here and to your point that showed me that all right now i'm on a tour for the whole year i can pick muskat joel and start learning how to play golf weekend and week out different courses different grass different cities different grass and the dafteng to versity you know doubting to not have in your game but grounded not a cut when you need it trying to get your card so our hundred fifty other guys out there but that year of three having that schedule planned and laid out and and just learning to her life with a schedule with a plan was was huge and i think you know one kind of three quarters of the way through the year two ice down mccart after playing pretty solid for the year that's almost everyone i talked to about their you know this tablet store pros talk about their time on nationwide tour web dot com or whatever it is they almost all kind of say that same thing and like that taught me how to be a professional leded that if you go straight out to the pga tour you're just not ready to handle that grind so yeah it's remarkable what a lot of the young kids that are out you're winning or doing without experiencing that shows you how good young crop released and that's what that you know you go out into web events and you see such of eclectic mix of journeymen and young guys guys in their thirties that are still trying to make it and it just gives you that much more probation for the guys they're able to retain their card year in and year out so your rookie season bj tour two thousand four you finished outside the top one twenty five year regained your car to qschool but what do you remember most about that year was that was still kind of shock factor when you got out there for the first time yeah absolutely absolutely i'd played in played on a couple of vents on some sponsors actions because of some things we talked about earlier walker go pretty decent college career qualified for the us open to bethpage that was my first major.

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"two three four years" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"The company's both big and small to pull from so they bring the people here originally there looking around the world to recruit employee's they bring them to seattle they might work here for two at amazon for two three four years and then over time they get poached by the startups or go start their own business or in a lot of cases go work for facebook or google or microsoft or twitter or salesforce or you know all of the more than one hundred other companies that are here and that's where i think a little bit of this falls apart is that yes there is a trickle down impact on the startup community and it might make it easier somewhat for them to hire but you've seen such an explosion of everything else here that i think frankly facebook and google might benefit more than your average startup for amazon not growing fast way more depth now than there was in the boeing days if that's what you're saying right no signs about turning out the lights when amazon leaves brace there's a lot more your and what's fascinating all this is cities around the country would kill kill for this the problem and this is like the depth of the economy the all these dynamic innovative companies being here you know this is what they would kill for but what was interesting to keep going back to glenn kelman's post i learned so much from it his he's his point was that the real issue here is not these high paying jobs with the head tax two hundred seventy five a year that makes companies question the entry level jobs the service jobs you know the things that are actually going to get people out of homelessness or help them afford houses on the lower end of the economic spectrum it's such a complex issue yeah that's an argument that's been made not just by kelman but the idea is that two hundred seventy five a year per employee is very small fraction of the salary of software engineer which might be a hundred thirty thousand of the year but it's a much higher percentage of the salary of somebody who works in the mail room but at the end of the day it's corporations responsibility to make those decisions it's the city government's responsibility to set a regulatory endure.

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"two three four years" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"Be a better time or more important time to be proactive with your strategy because this week i wanna talk about discussing a big picture theme and that's the potential of some major wealth building opportunities that i believe have begun to develop and have progressed in their development over the course of this year and could progress even more over the next few years so we're going to avoid talking about what's happened in the market just in the last few weeks and focus on what can happen over the next two three four years because i do believe that a major major wealthbuilding opportunity is developing and will continue to develop during that time i started to talk about this topic about a year ago just weeks after the presidential election last year and i see that this trend has continued to develop and i hope it it could be a continuing discussion on this show in the coming months and even years ahead is potentially lucrative opportunities do develop for investors for example one thing i'm going to talk about is that every decade tends to witness a massive price advance a boom or a mania in at least one specific asset class sometimes it's a group of assets in recent decades we've seen this asset price appreciation tend to build up momentum during a decade and start to culminate into a top near the end of the decade and i believe that if you understand how these cycles exist and how how you could recognize them that you could potentially build meaningful wealth for yourself over the next few years what asset class will it be this decade here we are you know twenty seventeen we have a few years left until the end of the decade so if a boom is going to occur this time around it's likely underway in in will continue to blossom in the months and years ahead so think about it as an example think about say nine hundred ninety seven during the boom in the technology and internet and telecom sectors in nineteen ninety seven if you were able to recognize to understand i that these booms and mania exists how they tend to build up momentum and comedy towards the end of a decade and were able to see well the technology and the internet stocks are leading this market back in nineteen ninety seven and they're likely to be the leading candidate for a boom or mania type of investment in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven following that ninety eight.

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"two three four years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You'll be searching for in the next two three four years of our trilliondollar budgets for a third narrow this the such fiscal stimulus this late in the economic cycle i'm like everybody has been has been discussing i mean not only did we see of course the big tax bill that was passed and signed into law on december but you know what you just saw was this very significant two spending deal that's going to add you know twenty to thirty basis points to two real real gdp growth on an over that over the next few years so a lot of fiscal stimulus it a lot of fiscal impulse coming out of washington i think the the big question of course is this just a sugar high is this just going to add in short term to nominal growth or does this really contribute to productivity and and what have you and lead to more sustainable real brooklyn i think that's the big that's the big march the question for my own part john was in the american analysis i go to the plugins what's the gdp plugin that we just heard from michael too how do you plug that into this analysis i want to understand what ladies token to the pm's at pin come about right now because we kotto a mock hazel yesterday libya of course someone you know while he heads credit global credit overcame can your taping him for the real we we know this has already happened and he's basically saying we're not on the white treasuries anymore we put onto white for wanna wish shifted so it makes me wanda the policy that we hear about on the worries that a lot of people have on the street at the moment lippi as the deficit getting out a truck control and the government the struggles to finance itself i sent from you guys that that's not a worry for you or or other than just exactly right right i think we.

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"two three four years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That tax year a noticed it they'll say oh trump right but that hasn't happened yet and will not happen until april of 2018 she'll be april of twenty nine on ninety 2019 so 2018 to wash so whatever impression they have of what this tax plan is is not going to change before april 2019 were i believe that if it did have an effect if it did have that effect where people saw his i i still believe that the vast majority middle class will get a tax break and once they see if that will be a positive at that point yeah the effect of it certainly is the driver and also the final version i think though the discussion of the final version that signed we'll be somewhat of a driver because it will be will this is going to do this to those people and that's going to do this to those people and starting next year you're going through in so they'll have to again and the which is why right now they can't agree on a final bill and why it's taken uh this path to begin with you know it's all over the place if you look at it if you if you look at this bill and take i dunno take it back two three four years and say this is going to be the republicans tax bill in twenty seventeen the you would just be laughed out of the room i've got the perfect plan for republicans run i i don't mean run an election i mean actually get up and start running no no no i mean and think about this this may sound insane.

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"two three four years" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on WTMA

"Tax year a notice it they'll say oh trump right but that hasn't happened yet and will not happen until april of 2018 chevy april of twenty nine emmys mentioned 2019 so 2018 to wash so whatever impression they have a what this tax plan is is not going to change before april 2019 were i believe that if it did have an effect if it did have that affect where people saw his i i still believe that the vast majority middle class will get a tax break and once they see it that will be a positive at that point yeah the effect of it certainly uh is the driver and also the final version i think though the discussion of the final version that signed we'll be somewhat of a driver because it will be will this is going to do this to those people and that's going to do this to those people and starting next year you're going to so they'll have to again and the which is why right now the big can't agree on a final bill and why it's taken uh this path to begin with you know it's all over the place if you look at it if you if you look at this bill and take i dunno ticket back two three four years and say this is going to be the republicans tax bill and twenty seventeen the you would just be laughed out of the room i've got the perfect plan for republicans run i i don't mean run animal election i mean actually get up and start running no no no i mean to think about this this may sound insane.

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"two three four years" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on KKAT

"Pay fewer tax dollars at that tax year a notice it they'll say oh trump right but that hasn't happened yet and will not happen until april of 2018 schutte april of twenty nine emmys 2019 so 2018 awash so whatever impression they have of what this tax plan is is not going to change before april 2019 were i believe that if they did have an effect if it did have that effect where people saw his i i still believe that the vast majority middle class will get a tax break and once they see if that will be a positive at that point yeah the effect of it certainly is the driver and also the final version i think though the discussion of the final version that signed we'll be somewhat of a driver because it will be will this is going to do this to those people and that's going to do this to those people and starting next year you're going through in so they'll have to again in which is why right now they can't agree on a final bill and why it's taken uh this path to begin with you know it's all over the place if you look at it if you if you look at this bill and take i dunno ticket back two three four years and say this is going to be the republicans tax bill in twenty seventeen need you would just be laughed out of the room i've got the perfect plan for republicans run i i don't mean run an election i mean actually get up and start running no no no i mean and think about this this may sound insane.

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"two three four years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"If anything likely reaction on twitter uh he will get a roaring standing ovation um because the reaction from fan on hearing the news that less will return has been overwhelming um overwhelming support four for his return in people excited to see him in and all that stuff and i think we all kind of knew this would happen now i don't know we knew what would happen as quickly it's just been a year it's use fire but i think everybody knew that um you know when less was here in you know things weren't going great the last two three four years fans wanted him out in aided amid all this but you knew that there would be a time where the fans winter ally uh what did he how mckee meet here at how is chorkina sin just you know less miles in generally persona could would be accepted almost again and i think we it's only a year now but it's kind of already happened in i think you're going to see an outpouring at tiger stadium that it is going to be a uh pretty loud finally on less miles and we were a couple of weeks ago and in dallas at the beginning of the season and he indicated he wants to coach again i don't think anything has changed their but ross you sense that there our school's out there willing to take a chance on him yeah he he certainly talk to him early this week in in i mean he is certainly um.

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"two three four years" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"two three four years" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The kids who goal high school to the pros could fail many did and look how many football players in college basketball players played two three four years give a full commitment and don't end up being pros failure is a very important part of business risk is a very important part of business if there was no risk in business and there was no failure and it and pro sport as a business anybody could do it but how you separate good too great an averaged good is people that are more comfortable with risk and more capable of overcoming roadblocks with the risk it's okay it's okay regardless of how you get to a professional league some of these nba guys they go to europe israel australia bounce around many college basketball players now will one college transfer to another get drafted much later but they liked their maturity and a hang around and start to flourish by years four five from the bench to a starting role we are we are just paralyzed by all this stuff and the reality is talent evaluation and talent accumulation sports are nonsports is 5050 how many people listening to me own a business have hired somebody with a great resume and they just don't pan out and how many people have hired somebody who doesn't have a great resume but works her tail off and you go home thinking anti she gm didn't go to a great school didn't have great references she's the most important employees you have.

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