18 Burst results for "Vistaprint"

"vistaprint" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

I Said No Gifts!

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

"You call up. Vistaprint vistaprint vistaprint. and then. They've got their own gum and they've got they've got their own everything you can put anything on anything. Gum balls mugs mouse pads. It's all out there. Gum is a one. I have never heard before. Are they in touch with like the denting people as a. I'm very curious where that gum comes from. Do not put in your mouth. I would recommend eating it. I don't know where that where that came from. Who is responsible for that food. It's distributed by chocolate in which is based out of hicksville new york. That sounds right. You can of course go to chocolate in dot com chocolate in right near hicksville. That's that's oh. Did you really circle moment. Yeah i'm from long island. Hicksville to me is such a bizarre name for a town. In between long island i within the new york metro region. How did that happen. Hicksville sounds like middle of nevada. Well long island has has really can feel like the middle of nevada. Is that true. Yeah oh yeah oh yeah. New york long island gets rural. I had no idea my imagination. My imagination long island has always been long. Green longs correct correct. Bushes stately homes courageous. Not all that at oh. There's some nastiness yeah. You know because it starts at brooklyn but don't tell anyone from brooklyn that god i hate this. Yeah i like. We're not long island brooklyn wait. Is that true. It's all like attach. What part of brooklyn. All of brooklyn is technically on long island but like so. Let's say like. What is the closest part of brooklyn. That feels like long island. What brooklyn then. Turns into. Queens and queens. Kind of like the sliver of between the two long island has always seemed like it's thousand miles away to me. It's it is really long. Is the thing it like. If you are going to drive to the hamptons which is the other side of it. It takes so long. You're like god. This really is a long island. Wow i had no. This is a little piece of famous for its edges. And then the middle is kind of a blur an as you go further Further east away from manhattan it just gets more and more burrel and a lot of oh comes with that. Are you a gum. Chewier by 'em not once in a while aubrey. I used to be but now they make fun like xylitol gums. That are kind of interesting to me. And i'll try them every now and again but wait funds xylitol gum. They're like they're like natural gum very like. I'm i'm a sucker for like all natural. So what are you doing to fresh in your breath throughout the day literally putting a little bit of toothpaste in my mouth. Rubbing it around and then spitting on the ground and then that happen too often. And then i'm taking my design out in front of people and then flashing at the dinner table. I really did bring on the ultimate dental guest. it's disgusting. Yeah it's really i. I'm on a dental security chewing tobacco for you yeah. I'm picturing like baseball players. Just kind of like dipping into their pocket bringing out like a gob of toothpaste a rub their teeth during games. I feel like that's a nice healthy habit that the mlb community could take on. Because you know it's also good about it too as someone who's i kind of like obsessed with dentistry. A part of it is knowing that like you're supposed to brush your teeth really softly. That's a late ex dresses. I- fresh And you're not supposed to do it too much so as someone who wants to brush my teeth fifteen times a day. That would be terrible for my gums which are already suffering. Just put a little too based on your mouth kind of rubbed around freshens breath. Spit it out on the ground you get to spit it out. It's very dramatic. So do you have like a mini sized. Toothpaste in your fanny. Pack or a full-size size. It's either. I have both the has kind of a tough flavor. It's kind of like a like a liquorice of anise flavor. That's nice once in a while. But like i just kind of like the straight up peppermint right natural toothpaste. Tom's tom's. I've never had a tom's toothpaste. It's one of the things that organic to me. I feel like. I just feel like i wanna blast my teeth with the most toxic chemicals that dental industry can provide sure. That's not a good idea. But i'm just like my teeth are essentially little dishes that i need to put the dish soap on and so i'm like let's just burn them off. Yeah yeah. I wish everything was like the dishes i love. I love washing the dishes. I do it so often have even had a brother-in-law tell a family member who wasn't me that watching me wash dishes was transcendent very relaxing. I love to do it and it's because it's like it's a simple solvable problem. It smells nice. there's warm water and i just. I think all the time like if all of my problems were just like these dishes. And i could just. I could clean them. I can fix them in a moment. I have never thought about dishwashing. That way but it does sound the way you just describe. It sounds so relaxing. If i use a dishwasher. But one. I didn't have sure yeah. It sounds like a nice little spa moment where it ends on some gentle music. You've got the suds and the water as long as you haven't allowed like the sink to just fill with every dish. You have no as i go. Wow you're just massaging the plates. Your oh that's lovely every mistake an error and problem on this dish his baptism. Yes okay. i'm christian and all of your dishes are now to my christian plates. Okay so you don't chew gum you wash your teeth with your finger for most of the time going on my finger. I'll just put a dollop in straight back out of it. Are you doing it kind of like. Are you ducking into the shadows to this on my knees. And i'm begging. Go daddy daddy please and i pour it. I missed my mouth. It's all over my face daddy and this is happening. You know i support that. That's your dental journey and it would be sex negative of you. You didn't i'm extremely sex-negative out on the.

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"vistaprint" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

Podcast Metanoia

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

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"vistaprint" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"vistaprint" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on Slate Money

"Fires his friend right. I understand firing the friends got it but why finish the bad review and publish it. What was the point of that. That just seems like. Isn't that the outcome he did not want. I didn't understand. I'm sorry. Ben to bring up psychological things again anyway motive. What is his motivation there. Why was he publishing that. Like is there some urge in charles foster kane to like inflict punishment on himself. I didn't understand that part at all but we can gloss over it as the film. Does i agree with you. I mean. I guess i saw it in some ways. His sort of feeling like some debt to the friend some weird way into that relationship but then also inevitably blowing it up as a result. I think he needs to prove his integrity. So this is the whole thing right so he does have some kind of integrity in like he will write the column. The his friend wanted to write. He will publish that call him. Even though his wife hates it he will pay the twenty. Five thousand dollars is kind of guilt money but ultimately he will find that friend and not talk to him again and this is i think a really important part of the plot at least for those of us who have journalists is the jedidiah then sends back that twenty. Five thousand dollar check torn up into pieces along with the front page manifest The cain had written basically saying i am always going to write the truth. And i care about the truth as kind of fuck you to canes. Who's clearly given up on his one belief that he ever had in his life and has become cynical press magnate who publishes lies and that view of the press which was clearly a view of the press back in nineteen forty one remains the very common view of the press to this day that ultimately. You can't really trust what they write. The newspapers will tell you that they only right the truth but you should never believed that believed them when they tell you that because ultimately they will away follow their own agenda. What's interesting is that. At the time hearst's rise and the rise of like contemporaries was the rise of the elo press which it wasn't seen as having is being successful because it was so honest but in the movie it's his early success is portrayed as a product of his sort of breaking with the corrupt old system and publishing the truth. Which i think isn't how it was seen at the time moore necessarily how it would be seen now. I think they were flashier and more fun. But i think not necessarily more accurate than the new york times earlier attempts unbelievably boring and almost deliberately like its strategy was to be boring and i mean the strategy became the most successful newspaper vistaprint. I mean like really all of it but tell me about that right because like i grew up in in the uk which was dominated in terms of speculation by a splashy tabloids who quite unreliable and while there was some very soba cited newspapers like the times as well that you were boring and true. It was clearly aware that circulation gains..

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"vistaprint" Discussed on The Making of a Dental Startup

The Making of a Dental Startup

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on The Making of a Dental Startup

"Like redo the routine. It's all the guys thought catcher. Yeah it's always fun man. So so that's what i'm saying like. Do you feel like some of that. I mean now it's changed right. It's changed now in your perspective. I don't need that anymore. Yes time of hat. Yeah 'cause you don't. I mean you kind of live your whole life almost being like. I don't wanna disappoint. But then they're like. Oh what about me. I never thought about the imax. Took a long time to get to this point and there's still a journey ahead. But i think that the little tips and tricks have helped me along the way for sure. Yeah that's good awesome. So then what's next. What's happening next. And so we have more training tomorrow. I think we're going over. I'm had a acclaim on next week. We are going to just kinda like finish getting everything Put away and organize our marketing as far as the seo like the facebook ads and whatnot. I'm working with wunderlist. They're gonna start deploying those now that our website is live and we have the online scheduling. I actually referral pads. So i'm going to be giving those to the specialist. And i'm also going to be going to. Some urgent cares in the area is i realized like when people come in for two weeks. Don't really having to refer you know as far as the dentist so I worked through vistaprint and had a designer help me design my referral pads much. Which was a ticket was the design part. I think either five or seven dollars. And then i have think maybe like nine pads either eight to ten pads and i think the total was like sixty something dollars. Maybe yeah i may have like nine pads for like sixty something dollars that included. That design is excessive total. I paid you designer through vistaprint. Dad was like trying to them out as they are. Now this is gonna take me forever so they can help me make this thing so they pair you up with someone. You just chat with them on the phone. What your vision is right down. You know the things that you want on. Maybe some samples. And then i got like three revisions for free and then yasser Definitely because there was a ton of typos in it. I didn't realize until i really started looking at it on. I think look nice. Nice okay awesome. So we're gonna be excited to hear about all that in the next episode coming up an we're also going to be discussing the floor plan. All that goes into it in the next episode is while so awesome ashley signs out. Thanks everyone for tuning in. Make sure you follow us. And we have all the links below and the show notes befall me on instagram at ashley. Underscore d. or at dawson modern industry. Or find me on. Facebook dawson dentistry. Thank you for tuning in. And this is the making of dawson modern dentistry..

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"vistaprint" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"For max rarely able to get that extra bow of an already ready strong car and yeah hats off to him for pulling off an impressive impressive lap today to kill paul lewis will be lining up next to him though and ask you can never count louis mercedes out. He did say that he's found this. We can really difficult so far in his impressed with the fact that he was able to get that to put him p to what is it specifically but the mercedes are struggling with with this car and how was it presenting itself up this sock it. Well i think basically it's the problem that's plaguing them throughout the year. Goes back to gang ties in the right wing. Don't get things. Li perfectly is obviously. It's obviously not as bad as it was the street circuits. I mean particularly lewis in monaco battery in in baku. Ray we really struggled with you. Think they just find it difficult. Every venue is much better here much better clearly but it still there still as hamilton says that they arrive every venue and the cars going on the track and it's just go to work to it whereas i think in the past potentially for hasn't been such a significant factor. What was really interesting was that he said that. Nothing's really working. That's why he's found things so much struggle in terms of the changes that they will make it to the sets up throughout practice and he basically said that they they. They just went for almost implying a hidden. Hope make you change. Go back to almost how the call was out because the star of f. p. one and he seemed to think that really helped him in qualifying there was another another little tweak. He made ahead of ahead of you running key three and not really made the difference when it comes to finishing in front of ask because both has been on the hand we can ultimately the changes. The mercedes made the step the was able to make very nearly impo- position and he's still quite a big margin in terms of vistaprint's final margin. Well how was considerably closer. So yes very impressive stuff from from them. But i think yes still still not happy. I think there's still no happens. And how things are a working when it comes to applying the cause different circumstances again and people get bored of it. Frankly we get bored of writing about it. But he's down to the time getting into behave and in terms of use tire issues. There's issues that are more a present on this twenty twenty one call what issue in the prior year just that right Quite as close to one pushing them so much. We won seeing as much of an issue because the call was just generally a stronger and more dominant car. That's definitely the case that we'd red boo being closer. Any problems eighties houses. It's just awfully exacerbated because suddenly in a fight with another team where it wasn't before but of course the new talk instructions for the last year. I think he's is something that will really is almost forgotten. That would favor the history of the mercedes w eleven which we think is what was going to go down as one of the best one. 'cause in f one history of course. It was helped by the fact that the stayed the same thousand nineteen so the didn't have to do with the learning all over again. You know they could use exactly. What the before and apply again that's starts. That's just going to make things easier for everybody that changed over the winter. You've got heavy. It's is strong stronger. Constructions used to try and avoid the failures that purely encountered the british grand prix. And i think we're stopping another one didn't mean imminent asked year. Things obviously not perfect. Ceos we see me mackey very specific circumstances that pirelli's alluding say with how things were being run. You know how how ties were able to perform Once they left the carriage and report and asked the march so yeah you know and again the the added complication with that is. The topic has gone up so again. Things are just different. Compared to how teams were. We're finding things at boss learners. I said on the dos. Most recent recent normal track people. I'm sure read is what we see in the numbers after after a good few thomas stories. People just don't care about that but is is fundamental thing fundamental thing. that's the team grappling with now as we mentioned off the top ten. We'll be starting on the mediums tomorrow now looking at race pace. You've said the louis. The rebels king good for rice faced bat. The fixed wasting may suggest otherwise. What are you thinking in. Tom's of how more could play out. Do you think read have the race pace to hold on to the lead and converted into a victory or actually the the times that we're seeing lots that we're seeing suggesting that mercedes might just have the edge when it comes to those long runs. Yes speaking to one of the teams yesterday. The indication was that mercedes just had a slight edge. Just just a couple of tents on average a rebel. But that's just in the pure numbers you is almost like lies damn sadistics you can make these things to anything. Because in actual facts. Long-run picture of paul ricard in. Fb to yesterday was really complicated by traffic. So for example loose. I want to start off really strong leonis long run then his time he's times just disappeared gang coop in traffic. He wasn't happy with the balance of his car. And then the anti delivered the the fastest lap of run ten laps. Say he's hanging actually. We're pretty strong. If that's the case as the leo be in the middle. They weren't quite so clear on so he did have a deficit to to match up. But voucher bought ass was able to go faster now. We now know that he was running. Starting to different estimates commits. Everybody else at different points in session yesterday. It's not my explain that so yeah it's it's a very confusing picture. Why would say is the with the way we know things work for card. How difficult is overtake there. And more is pretty. Sure gonna be a one-stop racist start on the mediums as say and then go into the hearts don't see a lot of overtaking happening if things are a super close and you know. I don't think that would have enough of a rights-based advantage over red. Bow to make overtaking easy but what will be really interesting is how both teams how things work out with the rio times. Because that's what cost really badly in spain. A say he's played strategic blinder but it was the limits of the retire. Where we're what were the problem for rebel. Better how much and thinks that report made it step. It sounds appear pace. both will receive that trend's translates race-based tomorrow but also the fact that tire pressures have gone up. That means that blistering might be more problem than we saw that. In the seventieth anniversary last year. I just went up in the eighties bridge. Quandary and which team was better purple so it could go either way but the fact that the from was donna head gave him massive advantage. Tamar now looking out secondary we have that he makes about you. Process on saturday peres. Bauchi was looking strong weekend in fact stronger than lewis in the practice. Sessions couldn't quite combat it today when it really mattered. What did you make of his performance on russo checkers performance..

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"vistaprint" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"A central that could be translated center and the complete name was center of design movies and tv and they had fashioned. All of the teachers were actually working in for in the industry whether it was designed or fashion itself and they most of them were for a nurse. So i like okay. This is a good proposal. They have these new beach because the berry rare proposals that you get your mexico are normally based in into very old ways of making fashioned. Nothing related to design more like addressed on sectioning or stuff like that. That i was not into so i chose that option and it was actually girth. They had Teachers and they got it clear that was going on in the fashion scenes. I think it was. Because i thought all of the techniques and they have complete vision of what was going on in the session world. We had lessons of how to make the magazine. But you had marketing designed. We had textile the textile tradition in mexico es in man's so it was very important for me to get that parts so it was like air a beautiful everything but you really didn't get the approach in a certain area. I think we had a beat of everything. And that's where. I felt like okay. This is not enough and the thing that it was at when the time came of of making my graduate collection. That's where i started having issues. Because i was clear that i wanted to have my own boys was bearing for for me. I just thought like nobody else is expecting or wanting a new designer to come and bring beautiful clothes. I mean clothes are already out there. And they're you know the proposal impressive whether it is You know mainstream classroom or designers. High end heightened designers. They all have beautiful proposals. I need to find an extra reason why i am i. I am creating something. And that was the point where i didn't have much support. Because they didn't have any experience in that sense. And that's where i started. You know having troubles with finding my my signature style. Probably in terms of design and i did you know profound research. That's where i started Finding there was a teacher who presented need the show of magazines on twists. And that's where i know. My head was like this. This is what. I wanted to reduce the kinds of things that i want what i decided to go further from. Oh that's beautiful or ugly. I want to do something beyond that. You know so it was. It was implicated. Because that's where i actually started near linking the that was actually never produced in mexico. rachel This thing you want to do has never been done in mexico. We don't know how to guide you so you'll probably have lots of missing parts indisp- roses. I needed for research that that is exactly where actually the project that you see on. Instagram started because my graduate collection was about mexico city. I grew up in a place that i saw being transformed several times. And it's incredibly in. No you museums next to strain goes by and then you have french school in front of head and neck state it's said A fabric so it smells like you know beer. Drowsy gives impressive. They're very weird stuff going on in there so i wanted to talk about that cao's and translated to the body ever. Since i started my graduate collection. I realized that i wanted to make questions. Student body entered identity teague made questions about shape form and function and question the things that we proceed as beautiful in mexico because there are sealed not so many samples or exercises about that and the thing is my trouble with mexican fashion. Ever seen. So i i was a little girl was that it is always cupping other industries Does the real thing you know. They're always cupping gucci or was stopping. Whoever you want to call you know. And i was like okay. We need to find our own identity so we can actually build a a mexican way of doing fashion. And i just didn't get. Why was that. You have a personal ambition important away of making food of making architect or whatever but fashion has made it so for me. That was example. Where i started looking at. Don't we look at what it's going on in our city and weaken actually look like that. Maybe that's the way so that's where might look like. The city project started back in the time of course it was more related to a conceptual way of doing fashion. I wasn't looking for making clothes like that. Like wearable clothes. i think. Also that when you're you know a fashion student you can have that permission. It's a good moment to express Do created stalling. So i translated all of this language to the body. Like the things i detected in the place where i grew up was what i was trying to place in. The body. name of the collection was mexico city Thousand referring to the place. The code. Where i grew up so i knew i had. I had lots of troubles. You know maybe macysinc parts of this project But when i was doing it. I got this amazing approach to antwerp way of doing fashion and of course when i ended my my graduate election i ended school in mexico I really have to go to Try suppose when. I said so many people were like okay. That's not going to happen. You're nothing that level you know. We were here mexico like you're never going to make it because you're mexican daddy said and i was like why not you know i need to be there and so i never told anybody that i was. I was doing the procedure for antwerp. Nobody else tells me. I literally started sending emails to ask. I just like i don't know if this is the way but nobody shelf need because nobody believes me. Actually there was just one teacher who who was sort of guiding me because we were actually never prepared floor making a good book or how to apply whether it was cnn. For whatever your name. So i started doing the books. The way i knew i could and i started getting ready i. I did a master's degree procedures but they answered me that i wasn't ready any was like berry. Vistaprint already knew that. But i don't know why. I tried The thing is they told me. Like i mean we can see that you have a vision that you have this very interesting point of view that we lie. But you're not ready any. We send you with the master's degree students. You're going to suffer because you're not in that level unfortunately like the blaze where you start here. That mexico is far away from where we're following right now in in that sense.

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"vistaprint" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Think if there were more alternatives have companies that we could partner with to outsource some of these things. We would many times because it still isn't as development as competitive market like united states loved. These markets just haven't been tapped into export and so there is no companies that we can work with and we have to build it ourselves. Thousand twelve Built the first company. They weren't even payment gateways We used to integrate directly into the acquiring companies to process agents are on our e commerce stuff like that obviously than time gets a little better but it's partial necessity in also opportunity with fintech specifically has the mortgage products on the buyer side on the seller side. There's a lot of interesting syntax store business. A few of them believe home equity line of credit many times someone selling sixty percent of the time they wanna buy another place but forty percents of the time they just have another capital requirement that they're working through and that is a lending weight also products such as sale leaseback for a specific audience specific population in which is also a product could work or rent to own products for each of these. There are two or three venture backed companies selling model like in the states and for us we think that eventually with our potentially features of our platform that would like to explore also. Because nobody's building since we don't just doesn't this. How do you decide what to do next. Orient ourselves today. You guys are having a meeting together and as leaders of the business. You're trying to prioritize what to tackle next when there's so much that you can potentially tackle given the market how do you build a roadmap like what skills have you learned their across the several businesses that you've built that you're applying to loft. It's probably the most challenging things in this. Some opportunity set but i think in pain points can a building around what the real needs of the customers are and again finding the homar identifying the home in a curate in assist fashion. Certainly number one figuring out how to pay for it number two in from there on we do look at what are other needs that we could be facilitating in that. The largest possible set of consumers are worrying about and where we don't find other kind of good digital technical alternatives in the market. We are pretty aware of what's going on in the ecosystem. In general we have made acquisitions in the past as well investments in acquisitions into companies every single product decision becomes kind of organic product development. We employ inorganic strategies as well. But it's basically that it's following the bread crumbs that the consumers leave in front of us as they basically do their most the analog journeys today in when we feel confident that we can create a pie. nps digital alternative to that current pain point florin. How do you think about the value proposition to customers. And how you market so you've had ability to build a big brand in your market pretty fast ridiculously fast. What about that is intentional. some of this is just. Your product is really getting very different from the incumbent solutions that people take notice and they tell their friends about it. But what is the more intentional way that you try to build awareness and market the brand to the populace like monta said with the market opportunities that we follow the bread that the consumer leaves behind from a brand standpoint really what we talked to his pain points that the consumer is expressing. I think from the very beginning. We tried to make sure into invest quite a bit of resources into understanding where those consumer payment points lie and we feel like we have a pretty good grip on them today and then we try to cater the brand and the value proposition of the platform towards those pinpoints and ultimately it's really a discussion around convenience safety and confidence in a way predictability transparency and having very good Support that way is what drives what we're trying to do as a platform but then also as a brand and i would say that. That has been quite intentional. From eric beginning and very much ties into also what we believe is like ecommerce like experience. Like all of these pain points and slash valley propositioning that. I just mentioned within automatically. That's what congress brings the table. When i think we've been intentional with that from day. One what have you learned about business building. Just generally speaking having been repeat entrepreneurs. What are the top lessons that you learned early on that you've brought to this latest experience building company curious. What both you have to say here. I'd say the some of the top lessons have to do with pacing. I think that even as the first time entrepreneur intuitively. You end up making a lot of good decisions end. Making mistakes for can have situational reasons. But i think that in our case at least first time around. We had a lot of good intuition. We didn't have the right pacing. So for example wind really start to build foundational pillars for your culture and the fact that that starts from day one is something that we didn't realize the first time around and certainly corrected for the second time around heavily investing into culture heavily. Investing into really being intentional about the type of people that you hire rather than just purely hiring four necessity adding. That was a big topic for us. I think just generally really trying to make sure that whilst you're operating at warp speed on a day-to-day basis. Make sure that you give yourself time when you do have some time off. Give yourself time to plan and plan your pacing around execution. Plan your pacing around hiring and really make sure that you take decisions about when to course cracked when not expect at the right time. I think that first time around you have a lot more reticent to make tough decisions sooner. I think second time around you end up making tough decisions radical decisions. More quickly doesn't mean that you still don't often times make those decisions delayed but you make them less delayed than you would be doing them. The first time around. I think frankly for me. At least from first principles perspective were bullying the same way that we used to build ten years ago. Were just much much better and much more. Precise and setting are pacing and making sure that we basically reduced mean error rate rounder decisions for lack of bad timing. So i think for meeting between the first company in the second company really the key insight was really around ambition so the story. I like to share his the following. When we started. I company about the same time company will start in japan doing exactly the same thing that we were and. I don't think we've mentioned this patrick. Prefers company was kinda like an online printing company similar to vistaprint. 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"vistaprint" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"All the dots are getting connected. It's incredible all the dots and he was on the incredible staff. So it could upset peres. Well earned victory. Whoever you wear under the helmet and pears got the trophy. I guess this is going to be a great guests. Who died this everyone area. No one does not real not real god site people. Let's let's lewis hamilton. Because i guess too is looking at these rice right to tell you that Vistaprint was very lucky. I know we decided that because he crashed out because he's tie blew up buddy goes lucky because he didn't lose granted the championship hamilton. Could it be as much as Twenty points up or something like that. All was mercedes very lucky because after friday practice and even qualifying if you bought as or hamilton not getting for belt bought as there were absolutely no way there was a lot of. They could've finished well down the order or just obstacle points at all as they didn't and staff and also could have one red bull could have had the first one to in two thousand sixteen. So the weird situation where we neutralized kind of interesting. I guess that's what it is but this mistake. Hamilton made. Although can you even say it's a mistake. Likely i mean it was because he accidentally pressed the wrong button and who amongst us hasn't pressed the wrong button and you could tell us a mistake because lewis hamilton was just always messaging and when he discovered a off the press that button. It's not like he owns He's actually gone This stuffed up but the thing for may and of course it is. He's absolutely right. I mean he'd pressed the button but what like win. Is that ever happened. What how did he do it. That's why i want someone to do like a three of like an air crash investigations edition of hamilton instead of chinese new station. That always does really low rate reconstructions. Major tragic effects like three seventy in other massacres always have the rights to the royal claymation of olympics events. Tv what causes the dynamic loss on. Riots i think i think that's going to be asked future train the rice with but this is like okay. The jury this patent thing. How do you even do it. I watch the reply and you can go and say it on like. He's hands adjusts doing the regular. Like you know paddles as you would in your regular and then all of a sudden probably saw i've got too much going on inside the car which which is which is understandable unforgivable. But what. I the thing that tickled my fancy device was when Team radio and they cut to that shot of lewis in the cockpit and they had the team radio and said all all the magic but an anthony davidson new. Everyone just wait. You know what he did. I tell you it's absolutely right wasn't magic. He probably developed been probably. He's and he's sitting. 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I don't know when i saw them both blow up because it was strolling tire failed in almost the same part of the track. It was easy to think that it was a fight. Like a proper filing tie like indianapolis style failure not quite but pirelli so to it off to a good college that that's not even the loaded taya which doesn't make any sense. I don't know maybe. I think there's a lot of quite aggressive reaction and from the verstappen's in particular and you never want us to react badly because that's police need to be involved if that's the case but I i sometimes. I think they've got to be caught a little bit slack. I guess mary we slow. He doesn't eat ice just an ambulance driver on heck with like the the the everyone all the tire. All the inventory epidemiology work and everything else wants would pay people Experts on that and one ties because they were very quick to blame purely before the rice david finished grunted those about a forty minute. 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"vistaprint" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on The big d zone

"Other than that. I will think about doing another show for the campaign just like i did when i ran for when i ran for state house. one thirty five a couple years back in That was part of the arsenal. That the lord. Gay to me as part of the Plan to you know Gannon device Not only gotten race. I got second place in the primary. What's his. I'm still shocked over this but I have a shirt that i did the permit. I'm going to happen. It's not like i could use it like well. I could talk shit but they would need the name and address of the customer. And i were by the show and attended the damn but like i could buy one shirt. Give it to me and i could buy another couple of shows that they needed for disappointed. Campaign and They will have to ship it to the person that the shutout i'll have it on the marquee. I chose the color not only fifty country but the colors of the campaign as well which is purple and gold l. white and that beautiful beautiful logo that gave me for the campaign absolutely stunning. Though i like it. I like the purple shirt. I really liked it. I mean that's one just all white one and black. And i think i did. It do vistaprint nelson like that before. I'm trying to figure out how to add it onto other sites. Like i don't know but i would have to do the ordering of the shirt and twenty four ninety five the double pike Have for well. It is free shipping so probably charge by maybe fifteen or twenty dollars. No no no not fifteen twenty dollar but thirty thirty five dollars to have at least have These dotting towards the campaign. I mean it is a fundraiser. Yeah it is a fundraiser. For my campaign so i could continue the spat. Ver- become an amd sleeping giant and but Yes i probably would be charged thirty five dollars all that. I get a turnaround in order the shirt and give it to the customer fast but Yeah so but i like to the don. I really liked it. Wow honey i'll i'll show it to you. On the preview of the house predated to on the marquee and things like that other catherine. Yeah just to let you know. I did a t show design in. I think i'm probably gonna pat this clown tomorrow. Got a little bit little bit ahead of on. I am thank bud. Does fatigue is the out does not maybe because the boredom and i wanna go out somewhere but we paid a bill in other things with money. I'm stuff and i can't go nowhere one style doubt that's all i'm so but once i set free eye out. That's the only time i turn to a life. I was when i get finally get to both last a flight that you know i mean my god sitter struggling another cigarette so the t shirts will be a part of the campaign. The only problem. I have with when i was trying to make a show for the show and i'll use the logo our logo global and zack by the way exclusive work beautiful. I've always i mean. I can't get over that. I mean you were to the bone for fifty country. I mean you literally worked to the bone. And i'm i'm super highly past definitely impress So i was trying to use the logo for the show that gave me for big d country and it gives them playing resolution is too big too big too small whatever was and it wouldn't even fit the dead on the line now the campaign. One day. I don't really understand why how the campaign with that team out. Perfect i the The website is a website is small. But i'm pretty sure you understanding did you know the deschamp puerto for senate dot com slight under missouri strong. You know the campaign theme. But i'm pretty sure people could feed a website. You know the day out. I just was still at the way that may have for that service. I want the anything what they had. I don't wanna separate anything else odd. I wanna already have a great design already. Had i wanna do hats next. Good lot of campaign have t shirts hats stickers and all that for a campaign and we're following a really guinness falling. I'm stimulates about this. I'm dave bursaries about trying to get the and change it up. Ending in a stalemate any idea the clock at say and also ending ending. You know people being in politics for a long time because it's ridiculous. No no people can't giving in is ridiculous so anyway just wanted thought. I'll let you know and a stuff. I mean you think a lot of things will you board. You think a lot.

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"vistaprint" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast

Celtics Lab Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast

"On thursday may thirteenth eight. pm eastern standard time. It's going to be basically a jam. Session of everything that celts. It's twitter has to give you. It's gonna be psychedelic art. It's going to have music. It's gonna have animation. It's going to have interviews hardcore fan favorites. Who still like you can still palpably feel them. Love the celtics in love basketball. And that's that's basically in immediate environment where they sell you. How like maybe russell westbrook's career doesn't even matter because they don't think he's decision that gains great. We're trying to say. Hey there's some guys in this game who still love it and it's the people who make up the game that matter in their passion for the game is what matters pickup game. The alex high played as proof positive. Not make good decisions basketball court. Man i used to. I used to make like. I used to just go for behind the back passes just to do it because i could. It was wildly terrible. A lot of a little razzle. But i left alex out to dry. We got cooked but again i i mean equipment choices by a drunk man. us with a different friend of the pod who will not be named our lunch. After consuming three glasses of wine it was an ugly affair. We going gonna talk about some of the other great things going on. Something's community Kemba walker has teamed up with vistaprint to to elevate businesses in new england. Jalen brown was just named one of the hundred most influential. Bostonians just behind ed. Markey ahead of the lieutenant governor karen politico butt lifts. I think you said that that was such a great closing monologue or soliloquy or whatever you wanna call it that i think we should end there so roofs. Thanks again for coming on again in. You're putting together for the whole community..

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"vistaprint" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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"vistaprint" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

"Mr frets. Excuse me with why often confound with coated bushy left us thank you very much. Vistaprint says bucci found the old unused king of the ring title. Did they have on. Did they have one of those kind of. Oh yeah okay remember the one that yes. That looked like a parapet. Yeh we kind of looks like died. And they started like cut angles into an snip. Snip snip snip at a couple of places. And that wasn't a great belt. You know what if anything the king of the ring title the little better than wounding. Airman as me nick. Wolfe left us another superjet. Thank you so much niki. Said rest in peace. The most beautiful title too bad. It had to be a world heavyweight championship. Yeah i it was it as much as i like. What do they call it. Big platinum the aew belt the gp heavyweight title man. It was just something special. It always looked like a prize it. Everyone wore that belt with pride. Carried it with pride The lineage and everything behind it. It's a rough one. It really really really is a rough one. Rest in peace indeed. I don't think it was taken. It not not not a great depth of gas me. The line drive left us a super. Thank you very much. Line drive is so nice of new japan to let an you case tidal as the most beautiful title and pro wrestling. The underappreciated brand deserves all the good things going for it. I'll tell you that line drive is right. The wildlife okay. It'd be a toss up for me between the annex exte- heavyweight title the title. It's not a heavyweight title the title and and the w world championship. But i think is a beautiful bell to the titles. All around are just gorgeous belts. The women's title the the the tag titles. They're all beautiful beautiful belts from top to bottom really like it and i agree you. It's one to be top tier belt out of the way as far as beautiful titles go. I absolutely agree Left a super chat. Thank you very much says hot take. Wwe titles look better Then own.

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Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?

The Autosport Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?

"Of the weekend max stock has taken pole and it feels like we have a bachelor hands. What did you think of the stephens. Performance arianna was fantastic today. It really really was. I mean like. I said a few nights ago recorded our hand i've represented. I was always very pessimistic. Is very wary of the potential from his eighties to to come back out of nowhere and stunned the formula one field and maintain its advantage from the previous seasons. But yeah i mean what. What a great drive from vistaprint. The there was a slight a slight down a slight negative aspect to it. It did make a mistake in key. One damaged his car and put not seemingly not enough christie reckons that it costs about one tenth for seconds in terms of each latte did after going over the cubs and damaging his floor. I'm an by By over three tenths of a second so you know he could have been even further ahead. Bob that just shows you how good that packages and and how well see bishop in eastern. It was just a fantastic fantastic drive in and again. Sergio perez out in key to in the other red blue. I mean obviously is a new car concept for him so he's gonna take a little while but it really does again show work good job. Verstappen does yeah definitely but mercedes did look better than what we've seen previously. They seemed like they had improved. Low bet but ozzy said max zappa me was only four. Tenths ahead of lewis. Hamilton and various hamilton. Did say after. He gave everything he had so i not finding hot one qualifying session and we have a very long season ahead. Thought should mercedes be worried. Yeah i think they should be. And i think that that's already so reflected in in the comments that they're making i think by taito wolf. You will boldly more bluntly per lewis hamilton. Coming out and saying well. These changes to the floor. Rose have been done to slow us down. I mean how much straightaway in the press

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"vistaprint" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on No Agenda

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"vistaprint" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on No Agenda

"And she gives a bunch of citations. Which i'm not gonna re concern. Nobody's going to just go. Look that up. You know shingles. I'm sorry going. Sorry while i was going to say she used the any ways and i was alerted to post by. Miriam webster that Ways is in facts. Proper use of the word anyways is proper it is correct. You can use this. Yeah that's annoying. I think so and then people added z. To identify the okay to marion website. They go along with anything to people. Use it in south carolina. I'm going for. I like to z. A this is our plan. We're going to get z. And we'll make an nf t of any ways minutes with z. might as well make it as z. It sounds the same the same. Yeah i like it okay. She jingles What did you have here She had do shut up at science and heavenly farts. And the karma. I guess so get ready science Before we let praying heavenly father. You've got karma hells probably richard brickhouse gays our last to associate executive producer from smyrna georgia. Two hundred pew pew cheese good night left nut. Ten karma traditional jobs karma. Two years ago i donated this amount asking for jobs car because up for a promotion one hour after clicking donate now i received a call saying i received the promotion of jobs. Pollock's the same way again. Thank you for your pointing out the improper use of anyways on you know. You're you're wrong. No in fact he's correct because the proper use is with z or for you british a- said anyways myself from using it. Well you can go back to but used useless us said said said if you say that to someone excuse me spell that zad. They'll be so confused that they'll just believe they will. Oh oh he's an anglophile. What jed okay. I wonder if that ideas in beata beata also vaccine. We say vaccine. They say vaccine why. I liked him about era. Got some orig eric oregon. Oh oregano oregano. Who said oregon. Oh and curbs on the ch- oh my god we're gonna get in trouble on and on. Yeah i also thank you for keeping my small and all this time i thought it was just cold. Here's my future attempts of getting people in the mouth but getting blocked on social media instead. Oh well it happens. Goodnight less note jobs jobs and jobs. All right let's our group of associated -secutive producers and executive producer. Show thirteen twenty seven. And you can now use these titles as exact or associate executive producer episode. Thirty twenty seven. You can put it anywhere work with. I know you can present it anywhere. Credits are accepted and this works on. Imdb go ahead look him up. You'll see several hollywood types who have producer ships. you can use it on your lincoln It does tend to impress on your business card business card. Vistaprint baby s right. Plop it right out there and just say it and you know you could. You can pick up chicks. You just say you know what's wrong. Well i'm an executive producer and here's my card and if only i could find an unknown this would be should be great. That's how you do it. Everybody so thank you for your treasure. If you'd like to support us for the following show which will be on thursday. We.

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"vistaprint" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Some of the keywords that i'm using in my business and the big spikes in tennessee for covid were kind of late. August No into september and then it got better and then again middle of november. It started getting really bad And it's gotten better again so the funny thing is if you look at the google searches for those two things. They nosedive every time that those numbers go so there's just less interested patients in the public. Wow do that's interesting. I never knew that. So you go to google and then you just type in the search bar google analytics and then that comes up and then in google analytics you click it and then you type in the term orthodontist in not not quite So the thing. That i do is that i have google my business page. Think most dental businesses will have that activated in that will help you track a lot of that information The other thing. If you have a google ad that you have linked into it that will give you more information and you can also With your website. And there's a letter to for website providers out there so it might be different for different ones that you can go to google analytics. Stayed strictly as long as you have a website and have control over the ownership of it. You can log into that. You can pull some of the data that they are gathering on your behalf to man. This is interesting. wow. I didn't know that. So then right now. How many new patients would you say. You're getting monthly new exams. I think we're we're getting close to like new exams. Among something like that on some of them are people who want retainer six. So i try to make a distinction sometimes if these concerts bizzare exams because no one type of patient wants full treatment of the type Full treatment or they've already had okay so then like would you say the ones who want treatment there about ten a little bit less net. Say gotcha okay gotcha. So then i mean like for for new new exams and everything like that. Especially my can't complain. I mean people do call in. And there's some weeks where i'm like. Wow this is great. You know people are really finding us which is really nice and encouraging but making those conversions can be a little tough sometimes. The reason they found me is because they've really dive deep and they want a lot of detailer. They are going for a lot of second opinions. Now as opposed to you. Know the big Orthodontic cracks in town. There are several of them. You know they're easy to find. Maybe you've already had a friend or a family member that's been treated. Their people generally are going there for a second opinion. Neither they're going there for their first through. Yeah gotcha okay. So then right now. What are you doing for marketing and advertising. What am i not doing. I had tried just about everything under the sun As far as i know. But i'm open suggestions so i I tried edm marketing which is through the post office. And you can designate a mailer to go out. So i designed to mailer. I had printed by vistaprint. Save me money. And then i Worked with the post office. You'd be the m tool online and designated which is i wanted to have the mail or delivered head a little discount on it so i was hoping that people come back with it in that way i could track. You know who was seeing it. So i mailed it out to about twenty four hundred Households in the area I could use the post office tool to designate. Which neighborhoods head. The best demographics. So i tried not to hit neighborhoods. That had let's say a lot of seniors is generally orthodontic services. Aren't that interesting to them and also tried to avoid neighborhoods where The population was pretty young. You know twenty to thirty years old because a lot of them are really either have just had orthodontic treatment or aren't ready to pay for large treatment or don't have insurance Those are really common. Thanks for for younger populations. So i mailed all those out. I got zero results from. It was amazing but i did save money by doing it myself and i learned a lot which was great So that was an interesting thing to do. i Did an open house. And i use the suggestions that i saw on facebook so i during covid when things cooled down in october i got a food truck out here and i had a musician. There's musicians in nashville letter out of work. And so i had someone play live music and i invited a bunch of dental area. I did get five or six in office discount. That was really really good and that was more successful. I definitely have gotten some referrals from that We've done several times going to deliver thirty five offices in the area Donuts we've done. I ordered mugs with my logo on them I had coffee and tea That gave them. We did a lot of deliveries Two rounds of those. We did at christmas delivery to where we had a little basket or little bucket In that had some homemade hot chocolate mason jars with different layers in it so the hunter pretty. And i think people like that. We were Hopefully going to do something again here pretty soon. That seems to be a really good way to not just meet people Do something nice for them. You know just going to get to meet some of the dennis that everybody's gonna say hi right now. Now i had a lot of people say. Hey you know. We aren't letting anybody come in. So you know you just give them the gift of the door and hope that someday they remember that you just nice to them New and so that. That's one thing that i've also done. I've tried obviously google ads. That has been pretty good but you need to be careful to fine tune it so initially when i had set it up it was saying people who were like from here. Didn't have to actually be located in the bounds of my. You know ten or fifty mile radius. That i had drawn and so i was getting people from ultramar calling in like hey i need a dentist. I'm like first of all. I'm not a dentist second of all. I'm nowhere near baltimore. Wow so that didn't help. So i learned a little bit about how to set that properly and i do get calls from that. But when those searches nosedive your your cost per click like it through the roof and it doesn't make sense anymore to advertise through google if nobody's searching on google so that was one thing that i turned it off in december for a month. I was just when you take a pause here because i don't wanna pay seven dollars for a click that's just too expensive And i notice also that kind of got a little bit in the summer. Every single orthodontist round me was hitting google. Know so you're competing with a lot of other people I tried facebook A whole lot from that I had you know invisible line. Companies will have marketing materials. You can use. I tried that got some likes from it. Nobody called So that was kind of helpful. I had my car wrapped so it. Has you know by logo on it. It has a big skyline of nashville. C-can recognize me. Wherever i go in the police can find really easy So know and then the other thing is just you know trying to continue to develop the website to make it a place that is nice to go forward to be a good source of information. I think.

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"vistaprint" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"vistaprint" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Bitcoin finai do you know anything about that. Like wise it finite they say there's like x. amount of combinations or whatever. You can mine as i really don't know how it works. But the but the theory is that because it's finite you cannot distort the value over time. Ooh like it means more to me. It seems like the money that's not gonna put out on a first date. I don't know us. Yeah it's just. You got to court crypto. You have to you know you definitely have to coax it because i know how to buy one. It's very mysterious. It's like and then if anything you can give you a little tiny piece of ass. I'm not gonna give you the whole one whole piece. You have to get a fraction of asked. I asked my husband. If i could buy bitcoin my 401k and he laughed at me so i guess not rooting prime time. Yeah it's so. These are overwhelming times because we have like a what seems like a brand new i know cryptocurrency has been around for a few years but i think most people haven't really heard about crypto until last year so i'm sure a lot of people are like. Oh god there's new there's new money there's a new financial system going on. I don't know what's have. The government is tricking us. I feel like a lot of people are like had a rude awakening. Last year Just feels like a lot of rugs have been pulled out from the general population of course like us weirdos that have been studying this stuff For a while. i've seen some of this coming down the pike It seems that the general population is not sure who trust in terms of news How do we separate fact from fiction. and then you get into layers the longer you look into the stuff. People are just now figuring out what what is a false flag so You know had we explain these terms and separate reality from garbage basically for for folks who are confused maybe distrusting not trusting not knowing who to trust not knowing who listen to. Yeah really yeah. It's like the propaganda is the first layer of the that you've got appeal through before you can even get to where the truth is how to recognize propaganda. I knew that that a man was such a big moment for me. It was like march or april. I was looking through people magazine. Because my boyfriend's mom just gives me her people magazine's when she's done. And i sort of like i like them because it reminds me of like my mom we would read like you know treasury inquirer like tablets definite god. It's fun and sometimes you do learn thing or two. But i remember i saw. It was katy perry in orlando bloom. A couple of celebrities that had she gang sweatshirts on in a light bulb went off in my head. I was like oh my fucking god. This is of course propaganda. These people these cool cats are not going not going to vistaprint in Gang sweatshirts printed and sent to their house. As like. there's no way. I was like an and it's just like it's one thing if you're like oh this is my sweatshirt. I got from my coffee sponsor. Oh this is my.

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