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"unquote airline" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
"To the promised. Podcast brought to you on t. v. one the voice of city that is both the namesake end terminus of a just announced new airline tel aviv. Air who's nicely reticent to overreach slogan is sometimes tel aviv. Always tel-aviv air. Tel aviv air. Which was lately featured as the quote unquote airline startup of the week by the generally considered authoritative for such matters industry website simply flying plans to fly its maiden voyage on september nineteenth and says it will start taking reservations any day now it also says that will fly a single route between onboard and tel aviv. On just one plane. A single boeing seven thirty-seven eight hundred. That tel air has leased from a polish charter. Airline called enter air which has one hundred eighty nine seats including fourteen premium economy seats..
Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling
"In my leadership in the exponential era book one of the storytelling techniques. That I teach in workshops and I share it in the book is the three box. Transformation story inspired somewhat by Charles Dickinson Christmas cow. But I want to go into that just now because Christmas is already passed but just know that there are three boxes and this is how you can tell a story. A good example is when I came to Singapore and I moved to Singapore from Japan two years ago. I could have told people what I was doing there. People ask me. What are you doing here? Graham why are you in Singapore? I'm Ron and tell them what my job ause. I told him what I was going to build you see. I told them that. I came to Singapore to build podcast studio and a podcast business and that Saturday after I moved to Singapore. I put the call out linked in and said I'm going to build a podcast. Judea if you WANNA come along and help me build this and up the acoustic tiles and put in the wiring. Setup the microphones Akon pay with anything apart from kindness memories. Good Times a beer. And a whole bunch of people turned up owning youtube people in Singapore at the time but twelve people turned up to help me build the studio. And that's the point. That's the power of story if I said to somebody when they asked me. What are you doing unless said Yeah I do podcasts. It's a missed opportunity. Robin tell people what you do. Tell them what you're going to build. When you tell stories about you business you can break it down like that. Break it down to three boxes past present future. Let's have a look at those. It's very simple. If you want to tell people about you'll business why you hear what you're selling. Break it down into the three boxes. And if you WANNA go deeper into this cycle the exponential leadership book which is free by the way you can go and get a xl dot org. But I give a plug at the end of this podcast anyway. So you don't forget it for now past present future past. Where have you come from? What is the mindset that brought you here and what is the mindset? Also that holds people back present. What is the shape of the business that you all today and future? What is the shape of the business that you want to become now? You may think this may work for for example. The startup she does is a fantastic sales tool for start of but also works with multi billion dollar enterprises a great example of this. I've seen Tony Fernandez. Who is the CEO of Airasia when he talks about the future of the quote Unquote Airline? He doesn't talk about in the context of we're an allied. He uses the equivalent of the three bucks technique which is passed all is the mindset. That's holding his back. Well the mindset. That's holding AirAsia. Back is we're in allied. We sow tickets. We sell seats and yet if they want to grow they can't go on with that mindset they have to change it they have to even sell competitive tickets. They have to sell whole bunch of other different services ancillary services everything from music to food president. What's the shape of the business that we all today was the structure in which we need to innovate well? We're an ally but yet we have this ecosystem of partners we have venture fund that's funding these policies future. What's the shape of the business that we want to become? We doesn't talk about becoming a better airline. He talks about becoming a digital to travel platform. So maybe you hear Tony Fernandez Talk. He tells the story of Airasia. Tudo which is the journey from being an Anna sold tickets to a digital travel platform. Because you know the problem is this is that the future doesn't belong to the airline that flies the most plane but the travel company that solves the most problems unless what it's about storytelling is about sharing the journey of you and your business why you hear and what you're trying to get to and you can use storytelling everywhere. You can use it when you sell when you post on social media. Notice the difference between just telling people is what we do or just telling people were doing this now or telling people we just on this the difference from that to telling story about it you'll engagements on social media will increase significantly unlike. Weiss this podcast. I've shared stories with. I could just have told you that. Storytelling is a powerful tool and here are three things that you need to know. But then it's not about that like Maya Angelou. The author once wrote people. Soon forget what you told them but over? S- remember how you made them feel so that my name's Graham Brown signing of hopefully I gave you some insights into the world of
"unquote airline" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Donna. Okay. If I bring Tupperware tonight. I don't think that is the right optics that we're going for you going to serve meals at Ronald McDonald house and bringing Tupperware so you can bring onto leftovers something about it doesn't feel right. Listen, lady, friend. Joke. I joke partially. So you watch movie back back. I don't know what that noise was. But. I wonder it a segue the boy band con the Lou Perlman's story this produced by Lance Bass, which means let me not bury the lead you are talking to a YouTube premium member. Ooh. And if I forget, I set a seri- reminder for twenty six days from then because it's a thirty day trial after the thirty day trial. It's fifteen ninety nine a month. Thank gene. What else am I gonna see besides boy Cobra KAI? Listen hit a boo. Anytime you have set a reminder to cancel something or to remind you of something you don't do it. So I don't know if that lady inside your phone is not listening to you. Is she's just ignoring you. You always come back and go all dang. I forgot to always say even set a reminder nickel. Reminder. Jewish pick. I shop. Right in my talent, her might paper calendar, and I'll remind you. There we go. What's the day for now? Let's do it. Yeah. Why don't we just do? Let's just do may first. Nice and easy. May I get out of there? All right. May I want to it's going on the list? Okay. Good. Okay. There you go. We got you covered during the show Ryan if you're going to reminder set at during the show. What time is the show? All right. So so what you think it's it was very good. If you like fire fraud, if you liked the fire festival documentaries on Hulu on Netflix. You will enjoy you will enjoy this. What they did. This is Lou Perlman is the manager. He is the man who created instinct and backstreet boys. And as the story goes they had both been around for a while. And it suddenly dawned on a couple of the members of instinct and backstreet. Hey, this lieu Pearlman who we thought was doing a such a service is doing us dirty here. Now, what's interesting? Is that Lou Pearlman would get a house for them to all stay in? So instant kind house and back she got house, so they could get together. So then they're like, well, I'm kind of like living high off the hog your that big beautiful home meals are all taken care of then when they were touring they were getting per diem and no expenses, you know, so every hotel is paid for and all that kind of stuff turns out all of the hotels and the expenses and the dinners and the wining and the dining all of that he had written himself in as a sixth member of the bands. And he had convinced them that that was the way to go that it's more equitable because then you don't have to hire a manager in an agent and all that kind of stuff. Instead, I'm the six member, and I handle this stuff for you guys. However with that it turns out that there were I think they were called expenditure. Oh, jeez. It was something expletive. Something's. That. But what they found out when they finally got their first paycheck after years three years of touring, and it was ten thousand dollars each and they were like. Three years, sweat, and tears and recording in the studio industry experts were saying backseat and instinct think what you thought of the boy band movement, but that they worked so hard. But anyway, then all there was all this payment that had to go back to all of the meals and all of the hotels, and it came out of all of their checks. Yes. Because he was just another member. So that was sort of split up between them all there are a bunch of things. I would I would tell you that if you're interested in the backstreet boy era, if you live through TRL, if you liked instinct or liked backstreet, you will enjoy this. What's cool? Is it starts right out of the gates within Saint comeback street, boys. Then it shifts back to the back story of loop hurled Mun growing up usually I'm like, I don't care about like what the childhood was like tell me about the issue. Right. Pop culture, the news event that I'm concerned about however in this case, it was very pertinent to the man he became and the allegations that came out there some interest. Findings about his past about the quote unquote airline that he was the chairman of some peculiar a few fun facts that you find out is that it was lieu Pearlman who again create a both actually than in sync who created the rivalry between them. They both talked about a he would come back to their camp and say, but can you believe those backstreet boy guys, that's what they're telling me this and tell me that and that will get frustrated then he would go back until in sync like that he would flip the script on both of them, and they said early intake backstreet if they were in the same room, they wouldn't wanna talk with each other. They would avoid each other. It was a legitimate feud. And here's how instinct rose to fame. Backstreet was doing great. They were crushing it. Disney channel offers them a special. They said, no, thank you. I'm gonna pass on that. Thank you. Instead in sync takes it. It's a thirty minute special that plays ad nauseam on the Disney channel for the next month and instinct sales skyrocketed and the rest was history. And that's how they then over came backstreet, boys. They got they said yes to the thing that backstreet said no to because actually they were doing a bunch of shows fine. The Disney show, we don't eat it. It was exactly what in sync needed. However, interesting the other hand, there are there's a very interesting reveal about the airline that loop Heron also was a part of the airline transcontinental airlines in midway through. I thought that sounds familiar, but I don't think I've ever seen them pop up anywhere on. But it's well, that's because he does those things that make things turns out he wasn't just screwed over instant comeback street. He was screwing over all sorts of people throw a Ponzi scheme under the guise of investment opportunities through transcontinental airlines. So then you talked to. Real people who got screwed over by him on the enough or incidently rather Lou permanent up getting charged the F B, I got them and put them in for wire fraud and mail fraud. The things that you know, you're talking about Louis Laughlin with the college scandal similar charges to a much much higher degree he swindled millions and millions and millions out of people. So he went to jail and did he die while in died while in jail. Yes, he did. But you also find out where things about some secret cameras that were allegedly set up at his house where he was doing surveilling both men and women who are in his house. He had a tanning bed there. He said he was you know, was checking out all the girls that would come in tan there. There are some allegations about potential sexual misconduct with young men. Let me say this to what's interesting is that you hear from a couple members of instinct a couple members of backstreet. You also hear from Aaron Carter. Wow. I hope he's okay. He does. He not look, okay. In the documentary that he doesn't look. Okay. He does not come across as even keel at all really, the only defendant of Lou Perlman and all of this. Getting really emotional at times at one point. He has to walk off and take his microphone offbeat victims. Mellow man. He was stanchly defending him. But it was it's it's it was rather rather interesting. I think it's about an hour and forty minutes, again, it's on YouTube premium talk about the boy band con the Lou Perlman's password. I gotta remember what it is. You know, like you set it up so quickly because you're just trying to get it here. Okay. But. Oh boy band con on YouTube premium. That's where you can see that what we're talking movies. Just real quick. I know we have to take break, but on people are really loving it. It made fifty three and a half million dollars. Still got ninety one percent on rotten tomatoes people really like it pet cemetery came in second and then Dumbo with third at the box office a guy. When we come back. Most of us think this particular sentiment about social media. According to a new study tell you about that. And also new words have been added to dictionary dot com. Tell you. What those words when we come right back on mytalk one zero seven one the Colleen and Bradley show. Mary.