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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"My we're defining what that looks like. A lot of times I. Have you know Conversations woman. They said Wild Hamath right now they're. This comes up a lot and it's like, yeah. But what happens when you do build that company? What happens when you do have a successful investment? What is that going to mean? Is that going to mean that you're split in that with him even though maybe he never supported you through it maybe he wanted you to be that trophy wife and housewife. But now you venture down, you've done this and now you're marriage is becoming you know having strengths because he doesn't like that you have our in. So having a pre nup I think is the most important thing in addition like I said having a cohabitation agree minutes. Well, that's a very good point you bring up. Because leads into the next question I get a lot of clients because I advised for startups in rolling gas industry. The only gas industry is something where you can drastically go from scraping by to making about fifty k. a month with a business with the major contract. So I'm glad you say that because prenups things for people with money you know oftentimes we hear about pre nursing we hear about athletes. Yep. The marriage, a block situation I brought up earlier are very wealthy people and we say. Something, rich people do, but this needs to be something on the five people do exactly you have anything to protect you need to start having that conversation in the event that the person Ma Mary's Ryan and now you starting to see like, Ooh, my businesses clearly gonNa take off you Kinda see some things about this person after you move in you still love him but you don't feel like he did in the beginning at what point do you look at the legal options? There's something called a pulse nop, right? Yes. Let's talk about that. So the post to agreements. Sometimes can be a little more difficult and challenging. To, you know have to help you with is because at that point, you've already accumulated community as assets, and so we're talking about community assets community death. Now, we're having to go to the table..

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"Into that. That's the strategy you say being strategic understanding win to be calculated. Don't wait until the last minute when you heard about layoffs are you Kinda WanNa Leave. Always keep something going on and so the first step in men or a person of color anyone in general trying to become more strategic in their career trying to understand how to play the game right is to ask and so how would you tell how would you say that conversation goes. How does that start so let me just say this? I get it so you know. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not one of those people who are sitting in the glass ceiling telling you things that I've experienced or seen I get why there is a hesitancy. There is a hesitancy in general to have difficult conversations. It is not just in our careers not in professionalize. Even in our personal life we most people dilly dally and get anxious over having tough conversations. What I would challenge you with. Is that your career is a business decision. And the first thing I need to do as a community of workers a community of professionals is. You have to get out of your feelings about your job in your career. You have got to have some objectivity you have got and so many of us are not progressive. Which is another topic for another day are not progressing because we are so focused on the BS. Candidate really feel. I don't like my supervisor. My coworkers are haters if I had a nickel for every time about how somebody is. Hey we're doing this. So my point being is that I get it that it is difficult having difficult conversations but it is simple it is as simple as asking And what I would recommend anyone do is one. I would never wait. I would never wait until the time for performance review. 'cause defensive right it seems not only defensive but it's you expect that right here. You're the person that manages your leads. You they expect that right. What I'm saying. Is You need to go to your your manager supervisor. Whomever you you work with Abbott. Also challenge you that. If you're in a role where you cross collaborate so again I think about other issues account as an example you work in accounting but you might support the sales division. So you've got these dotted lines right to folks who you work with on a daily basis but don't necessarily report to you have the calmer initiate a conversation and it could as simple as I just wanted to check in with. You see how I'm doing. I wanted to get your thoughts around project. Abc How it's going. Is there an area where you see? I could improve. Is there some additional work

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"Into that. That's the strategy you say being strategic understanding win to be calculated. Don't wait until the last minute when you heard about layoffs are you Kinda WanNa Leave. Always keep something going on and so the first step in men or a person of color anyone in general trying to become more strategic in their career trying to understand how to play the game right is to ask and so how would you tell how would you say that conversation goes. How does that start so let me just say this? I get it so you know. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not one of those people who are sitting in the glass ceiling telling you things that I've experienced or seen I get why there is a hesitancy. There is a hesitancy in general to have difficult conversations. It is not just in our careers not in professionalize. Even in our personal life we most people dilly dally and get anxious over having tough conversations. What I would challenge you with. Is that your career is a business decision. And the first thing I need to do as a community of workers a community of professionals is. You have to get out of your feelings about your job in your career. You have got to have some objectivity you have got and so many of us are not progressive. Which is another topic for another day are not progressing because we are so focused on the BS. Candidate really feel. I don't like my supervisor. My coworkers are haters if I had a nickel for every time about how somebody is. Hey we're doing this. So my point being is that I get it that it is difficult having difficult conversations but it is simple it is as simple as asking And what I would recommend anyone do is one. I would never wait. I would never wait until the time for performance review. 'cause defensive right it seems not only defensive but it's you expect that right here. You're the person that manages your leads. You they expect that right. What I'm saying. Is You need to go to your your manager supervisor. Whomever you you work with Abbott. Also challenge you that. If you're in a role where you cross collaborate so again I think about other issues account as an example you work in accounting but you might support the sales division. So you've got these dotted lines right to folks who you work with on a daily basis but don't necessarily report to you have the calmer initiate a conversation and it could as simple as I just wanted to check in with. You see how I'm doing. I wanted to get your thoughts around project. Abc How it's going. Is there an area where you see? I could improve. Is there some additional work

The Most Important Conversation Of Your Career - burst 1

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

02:48 min | 11 months ago

The Most Important Conversation Of Your Career - burst 1

"Into that. That's the strategy you say being strategic understanding win to be calculated. Don't wait until the last minute when you heard about layoffs are you Kinda WanNa Leave. Always keep something going on and so the first step in men or a person of color anyone in general trying to become more strategic in their career trying to understand how to play the game right is to ask and so how would you tell how would you say that conversation goes. How does that start so let me just say this? I get it so you know. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not one of those people who are sitting in the glass ceiling telling you things that I've experienced or seen I get why there is a hesitancy. There is a hesitancy in general to have difficult conversations. It is not just in our careers not in professionalize. Even in our personal life we most people dilly dally and get anxious over having tough conversations. What I would challenge you with. Is that your career is a business decision. And the first thing I need to do as a community of workers a community of professionals is. You have to get out of your feelings about your job in your career. You have got to have some objectivity you have got and so many of us are not progressive. Which is another topic for another day are not progressing because we are so focused on the BS. Candidate really feel. I don't like my supervisor. My coworkers are haters if I had a nickel for every time about how somebody is. Hey we're doing this. So my point being is that I get it that it is difficult having difficult conversations but it is simple it is as simple as asking And what I would recommend anyone do is one. I would never wait. I would never wait until the time for performance review. 'cause defensive right it seems not only defensive but it's you expect that right here. You're the person that manages your leads. You they expect that right. What I'm saying. Is You need to go to your your manager supervisor. Whomever you you work with Abbott. Also challenge you that. If you're in a role where you cross collaborate so again I think about other issues account as an example you work in accounting but you might support the sales division. So you've got these dotted lines right to folks who you work with on a daily basis but don't necessarily report to you have the calmer initiate a conversation and it could as simple as I just wanted to check in with. You see how I'm doing. I wanted to get your thoughts around project. Abc How it's going. Is there an area where you see? I could improve. Is there some additional work

Supervisor Professionalize Abbott
The Most Important Conversation Of Your Career - burst 1

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

02:48 min | 11 months ago

The Most Important Conversation Of Your Career - burst 1

"Into that. That's the strategy you say being strategic understanding win to be calculated. Don't wait until the last minute when you heard about layoffs are you Kinda WanNa Leave. Always keep something going on and so the first step in men or a person of color anyone in general trying to become more strategic in their career trying to understand how to play the game right is to ask and so how would you tell how would you say that conversation goes. How does that start so let me just say this? I get it so you know. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not one of those people who are sitting in the glass ceiling telling you things that I've experienced or seen I get why there is a hesitancy. There is a hesitancy in general to have difficult conversations. It is not just in our careers not in professionalize. Even in our personal life we most people dilly dally and get anxious over having tough conversations. What I would challenge you with. Is that your career is a business decision. And the first thing I need to do as a community of workers a community of professionals is. You have to get out of your feelings about your job in your career. You have got to have some objectivity you have got and so many of us are not progressive. Which is another topic for another day are not progressing because we are so focused on the BS. Candidate really feel. I don't like my supervisor. My coworkers are haters if I had a nickel for every time about how somebody is. Hey we're doing this. So my point being is that I get it that it is difficult having difficult conversations but it is simple it is as simple as asking And what I would recommend anyone do is one. I would never wait. I would never wait until the time for performance review. 'cause defensive right it seems not only defensive but it's you expect that right here. You're the person that manages your leads. You they expect that right. What I'm saying. Is You need to go to your your manager supervisor. Whomever you you work with Abbott. Also challenge you that. If you're in a role where you cross collaborate so again I think about other issues account as an example you work in accounting but you might support the sales division. So you've got these dotted lines right to folks who you work with on a daily basis but don't necessarily report to you have the calmer initiate a conversation and it could as simple as I just wanted to check in with. You see how I'm doing. I wanted to get your thoughts around project. Abc How it's going. Is there an area where you see? I could improve. Is there some additional work

Supervisor Professionalize Abbott
Stocks Suffer Worst Week Since Financial Crisis Amid Coronavirus Fears

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Stocks Suffer Worst Week Since Financial Crisis Amid Coronavirus Fears

"One corona virus on Wall Street I see see I I told my wife I want I want two months I went all the drugs that we have I need two months supply CNBC financial for many investors with rising fears that the corona virus epidemic is turning into a global pandemic wallstreet suffered massive losses investors via the spreading corona virus will disrupt global supply chains and US consumer spending and so was selling spree has seen more than one trillion dollars in paper value wiped off the markets the markets have fallen around ten percent from record highs earlier this month where are we heading with this do you think and how would you rate president trump's response as articulated at the podium the White House press room this week right now we got sixty Americans who have been infected with the virus none of them is you're not you're

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Bob Iger steps down as CEO of Disney

The Frame

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Bob Iger steps down as CEO of Disney

"There's news today that Bob Eiger is stepping down immediately as CEO of the Walt Disney company to make room for his successor and that is Bob JPEG who runs Disney's theme parks division last year Argo announced that he would step down when his contract expires at the end of twenty twenty one he will remain at the company as executive chairman and according to a Disney press release will direct the company's creative endeavors joining me to discuss the Disney news is Ben Fritz is the west coast bureau chief of the Wall Street journal he's also the author of the book the big picture the fight for the future of movies so Bob Eiger has mentioned several times that he was going to leave his current position what are we to make of the timing right now it's tough to tell exactly why what why the sudden change after all these years about what you're saying he was gonna leave it at night and then on saying he was gonna leave and delaying he delayed his retirement numerous times over the past decade and he's you know less than a year and a half into it his latest three year contract so it's kind of surprising in its day but on the other hand like it's very I gear to sort of do it do it all in secret and then all of a sudden announced to the world and in an unexpected way so his successor Bob che pack runs Disney's biggest business that is theme parks and consumer products what are we to make of his selection and were there other people who might have been competing for the job certainly our or other people like I think the biggest contender currently at Disney's Kevin Mayer who's running their new screening effort you know that's led by Disney plus he's piece insert top strategy except for the company for a long time you know with Kate Kate back amongst the current crop of executives that is a bit of a safe choice right he's running he's running sort of the traditional businesses like theme parks obviously business most associated with Disney as opposed to remaining which is certainly the future of Disney and you know by all accounts he pick is a very smart guy and a very competent guy but certainly is not so different sort of had like the the Christmas season as much of the house of a great public speaker of this you know Bob Iger's let's talk a little bit about what Bob Iger has done at the Walt Disney company I'm gonna name before deals Pixar's seven point four billion Marvel for billion Lucasfilm for billion and last year the Whopper twenty first century fox seventy one point three billion those are all kind of content movie TV deals what kind of studio is Bob Eiger leaving behind before we talk about the rest of the company I really mean highway I think anybody would have to say is sort of the most successful and tightly run major entertainment company in in America today because he's very focused on franchises they were ahead of the rest of Hollywood and it pops into their business on franchises as you said a lot of that to acquisitions of Pixar and Marvel and Star Wars and franchises are busy sort of at the heart of the movie business these days in an auger was somewhat ahead of the curve in realizing you can just keep selling something Netflix is that Disney would have to launch its own streaming service to compete just like Disney plus is already out there and it's you know is is certainly ahead of what we're seeing from his competitors like HBO maxim peacock which are still to come I think I think later this year so you have to say he's always been for media executive pretty ahead of the curve and and been a leader is not just Disney plus as part of the fox deal they got a portion of who lived in they bought out the rest of the portion of Hulu from Comcast so what does Disney focused on now in terms of taking on Netflix with streaming they have Disney plus they have who is that where a lot of their money and attention is going right now absolutely I mean the future of Disney as an intern came distributor is Disney plus Hulu and ESPN plus right those are it's three major streaming services and traditional TV businesses being shrunk rapidly that's for Disney's putting all its efforts and a lot of films such as going there as well so that if that is the future of Disney but yet the one business they have it certainly not shrinking is the one that's cheapest and overseeing which is part of the consumer products right while all traditional entertainment is being disrupted people still love to go to theme parks and Disney theme parks are more successful than ever these days I want to buy the toys as well so that's sort of the more traditional side of the business that is not being transformed by digital technology I think you can make the argument that theme parks have what's known in business as a wide moat there not a lot of competitors to theme parks but there is something called the corona virus and there are problems that theme parks and cruise lines of which Disney has a cruise line are also facing pressure so what is that business look like going forward and what does it tell us about how Disney values theme parks that Bob Chapek will be running the whole company well listen I think in the short run it's not a great moment to be running theme parks in Shanghai and Hong Kong is Disney does and to have cruise ships so that businesses under pressure right now but I you know presuming I hope we do get the fire under control I think everybody within these businesses will continue to be successful if they have been and you know popped out to tech has by all accounts and done a very good job running those businesses and he generated a lot of profit for the people to the company if that's that you set up for a lot of the revenue and profits comments you know streaming is the future of streaming is a money losing business for now and I think you know with disappointment Disney's kind of saying yes stream is important part of our future but Disney is still a company that that it that it's hard to it's about the experiences people have in our theme parks Bob I will leave a great track record I think the Disney company is a very impressive guy in person a great public speaker there's been some speculation about him running for political office do you think that's potentially part of his future anything's possible right I think you know as he's publicly said that he toyed with the idea of running for president this year and he decided it wasn't right for him but he's you know very politically active Democrat I would not be surprised if he's hoping that you know if the next president is a Democrat that he might you know have some kind of a role in it in an administration I think that's something he would probably love to do it with fifteen profile very well well I'm gonna assume he's not jumping in this year it feels like we really don't need another billionaire and the rice then Fred's is the west coast bureau chief for the wallstreet journal band thanks so much for going

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China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters

John Batchelor

09:14 min | 1 year ago

China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters

"China expels three Wall Street journal reporters sub head China revoke the press credentials of three wallstreet journal report is based in Beijing the first time in the post Mao era that the Chinese government has expelled multiple journalists from one international news organization at the same time to help us understand this puzzle and also to look beyond this to the up to students of the reporting out of China these last weeks of the covert nineteen crisis we welcome Jonathan ward author of China's vision of victory Jonathan the expulsion of the newspaper reporters for a regime that is fussy about its world image does this make sense our it does this demonstrate in some fashion the brittleness of the Communist Party good evening to good evening John good evening court it's going to be well I I think in reality this is an old piece of the playbook for great for Beijing not just the expulsion of journalists but the desire to control the narrative and they've been doing this to countries with the think they have sufficient power to do so for quite a long time since the days of now say don't next on this with Indian media back in the days of the border where they are doing this in South Asia even today where you have investors from China telling individual newspaper editors of the call that they can't publish this or that on China and today they think they can do this to the United States and it's very similar I think to what they did with the NBA at the end of last year where the essentially said you can't say this you know tweeting about Hong Kong and then asking for an official in the NBA to be hired so this idea that China can intimidate or whether it's media entities are business entities I mean the shows I think if anything the confidence that China has today to state that it can control the narrative not only inside China but outside China because of course the Wall Street journal is being tried as far as I'm aware and so are you know many of the you know weeds in which we use media outside they seek to influence all so a lot of this you know just says to me you know one China's political system is to simply incompatible with that of the United States is incompatible with the modern world and kind of power is growing far too great and that is what we will have to deal with going forward Jonathan you talk about confidence of the senior Chinese leaders let me put this another way so for instance right now those senior leaders face an existential crisis for themselves and for the regime and they need the help of for instance the United States and yet they're doing something that is just going to aggravate their image problems in Washington and elsewhere I would think that this is an instance of China lashing out doing something that is against its own interests and shows therefore that something is really wrong in Beijing what do you think of that theory and and how do you parse through it as you go forward I think we have to understand what China's leaders think that China's interests are this is not a nation state whose regime has hearing that essentially it can unleash a billion people on the world and and come to rule the world because of that so they're very much in their own ideology when it comes to how to appeal power in the sense of what they've achieved in the last thirty years of their sentences so you know the whole idea of the great the Cuban nation of the Chinese nation which is the central narrative of the Communist Party the idea that they will rule the world by the year twenty forty nine the belt and road will be built me to try to twenty twenty five will allow them to dominate every major industry and these ideas have not gone away even with coronavirus on the other hand what you have had is is a a real you know almost shut down slow down in the Chinese economy in the first quarter of this year that I think is is is yes putting the pressure on and showing the world that our dependency on China is going to come at two great a price I mean all sorts of companies initially sought apple missed quarterly earnings and such and those that are really buying into the idea that China will continue to ascend we're gonna have a very tough decade going ahead because of China's confrontation with the United States and I I think that the sense of destiny the sense of the great because the nation that's held by the Communist Party and its core leadership is absolutely a very dangerous path for China because it leads to this confrontation with the world and that that needs to control essentially information even in a time of crisis home Jonathan he maybe I'm out of touch maybe I don't see this but my sense is listening to what you're saying is that we're talking about a leadership in Beijing which is kind of view of the world which doesn't correspond to anything that we know because China right now does appear to be weak and I don't think that they got the position to be able to intimidate countries for very much longer because what we have seen during this crisis is the one victim the one real problem for Beijing is that it's lost its image of invulnerability so I would argue based on what you say China's leaders are just themselves out of touch I think it depends on what the world does to come together against essentially through the rise of China at this point I mean look at what we in Britain and businesses causing huge problems for the US U. K. special relationship and look at China's economic ties in Southeast Asia and the way that that creates a difficulty I think for diplomacy in our ability to bring country centerfold I mean they're able to accomplish a great deal and it's still requires a concerted effort from the rest of the world I think to to say that China's ascendancy at this point cannot go too much further if they're going to have a regime like this and I don't think the world has come together to do that yet but it's what must be done Jonathan is there one explanation for why she gin paying didn't go to the center of the virus right away he simply could Chang why didn't why didn't she go there what it what is the thinking have any leadership in the west would demand it well I I mean some analysts have pointed out that this would be consistent with you know prior for instance now and and others that remaining in control of the crisis it involves you know being pulling back and working from behind the scenes and then sending essentially another delegate out she has tried to cultivate an image of him as a man of the people but you know in this case it probably says more than anything how dangerous this fires with his dangerous yes but he is a puzzle did they have another way of looking at the world when the general doesn't leave he's not the general that said you know I I'm not being fancy here but she marching around in Beijing with a mask on was absurd well John do you know it's interesting that you say that because on social media in China many people were saying that seizure being was a coward and they contrasted him with what you mentioned the Primera Li ka chunk actually going to move on talking to doctors in a hospital and they said see Jim paying just stayed in Beijing and did a photo op yes Jonathan you know as well as I do that you the measure of the leader's how he does in crisis not how he does on a good day right that's true and I think we have yet to see with the with the real consequences are going to be in this I mean you could certainly be an interesting position it also could offer an opportunity for those who are against in circles of power to come together you know I vote for term what about your garden well you know I I just don't see how they get out of this because they're lashing out and whatever friends they need they're alienated them very quickly yes I I you know we used to tease him as being looking like Winnie the Pooh put in that mask in Beijing he didn't look anything like Pooh bear eight eight it looks like a well all right sign leave it alone Jonathan to you they were using the term Chernobyl for awhile the clock is running if that's applicable do you believe explicable because the road the clock says five years and they're gone that's what happened the Soviets is that a fair analogy we have about thirty seconds I think it depends on how well they're able to gain control of information and how effective the surveillance state that they still in you know centric social credit score and all the rest of it is I mean this is going to be a real test of he simply to tell her an apparatus they built are they able to control them that should message sufficiently to essentially roll over all the dissent that will come from this we will see Jonathan lord he is the author most recently of China's vision of victory garden Chang of the daily beast on John

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China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters

John Batchelor

09:25 min | 1 year ago

China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters

"However tonight there is a twist on the reporting of the casualties and the doubts and the non transparency to twist is this headline in the Wall Street journal China expels three Wall Street journal reporters sub at China revoke the press credentials of three wallstreet journal report is based in Beijing the first time in the post now era that the Chinese government has expelled multiple journalists from one international news organization at the same time to help us understand this puzzle and also to look beyond this to the up to students of the reporting out of China these last weeks of the covert nineteen crisis we welcome Jonathan ward author of China's vision of victory Jonathan the expulsion of the newspaper reporters for a regime that is fussy about its world image does this make sense our it does this demonstrate in some fashion the brittleness of the Communist Party good evening to good evening John good evening court it's good to be well I think in reality this is an old piece of the playbook for great for Beijing not just the expulsion of journalists but the desire to control the narrative and if in doing this to countries with the think they have sufficient power to do so for quite a long time since the days of now say don't need done this with Indian media back in the days of the border what they're doing this in South Asia even today where you have investors from China telling individual newspaper editors of the call that they can't publish this or that bone China today they think they can do this to the United States and it's very similar I think to what they did with the NBA at the end of last year where the essentially said you can't say this you know tweeting about Hong Kong and then asking for an official in the NBA to be fired so this idea that China can intimidate or whether it's media entities are business entities on the shows I think if anything the confidence yeah China has today to state that it can control the narrative not only inside China but outside China because of course the Wall Street journal is beyond trying this person aware and so are you know many of the you know we'd in which we use media outside and they seek to influence all so a lot of this you know just sense to me you know one China's political system is to simply incompatible with that of the United States is incompatible with the modern world in China's power is growing far too great and that is what we will have to deal with going forward Jonathan you talk about confidence of the senior Chinese leaders at this another way so for instance right now those senior leaders face an existential crisis for themselves and for the regime and they need the help of for instance the United States and yet they're doing something that is just going to aggravate their image problems in Washington and elsewhere I would think that this is an instance of China lashing out doing something that is against its own interests and shows therefore that something is really wrong in Beijing what do you think of that theory and and how do you parse through it as you go forward I think we have to understand what China's leaders think that China's interests are this is a a nation state crews Regina has hearing did essentially it can unleash a billion people on the world and and come to rule the world because of that so they're very much in their own ideology when it comes to how to appeal power in the sense of what they've achieved in the last thirty years of their sentencing so you know the whole idea for great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation which is the central narrative of the Communist Party the idea that they will rule the world by the year twenty forty nine but the open road will be built made in China twenty twenty five will allow them to dominate every major industry these ideas have not gone away even with coronavirus on the other hand what you have is is a a real you know almost shut down slowdown in the Chinese economy in the first quarter of this year that I think is is is yes putting the pressure on and showing the world that our dependency on China is going to commit to great a price I mean all sorts of companies in the service on apple missed quarterly earnings and such and those that are really buying into the idea that China will continue to ascend okay never very tough decade going ahead because of China's confrontation with the United States yeah I I think that the sense of destiny the sense of the great because the nation that's held by the Communist Party and its core leadership bond is absolutely a very dangerous path for China because it leads to this confrontation with the world and that that needs to control essentially information even in a time of crisis Jonathan he maybe I'm out of touch maybe I don't see this but my sense is listening to what you're saying is that we're talking about a leadership in Beijing which is kind of view of the world which doesn't correspond to anything that we know because China right now does appear to be weak and I don't think that they got the position to be able to intimidate countries for very much longer because what we have seen during this crisis is the one victim the one real problem for Beijing is that it's lost its image of invulnerability so I would argue based on what you say that China's leaders are just themselves out of touch I think it depends on what the world does to come together against essentially to the rise of China at this point I mean look at what we in Britain this is causing huge problems for the US UK special relationship and look at China's economic ties in Southeast Asia and the way that that creates the difficulty I think for diplomacy in our ability to bring countries into a folder mean they're able to accomplish a great deal and it's still requires a concerted effort from the rest of the world I think to to say that China's ascendancy at this point cannot go too much further if they're going to have a regime like this I don't think the world has come together to do that yet but it's what must be done Johnson is there one explanation for why she didn't being didn't go to the center of the virus right away he simply could Chang why didn't why didn't she go there what it what is the thinking any leadership in the west would demand I mean some analysts have pointed out that this would be consistent with you know prior for instance now and and others that remaining in control of the crisis it involves you know being pulling back and working from behind the scenes and then sending simply another delegate out she has tried to cultivate an image of him as a man of the people but you know in this case it probably shows more than anything how dangerous this fire threatens dangerous yes but he is a puzzle did they have another way of looking at the world when the general doesn't lead he's not the general that's it you know I'm not being fancy here but she marching around in Beijing with a mask on was absurd well John do you know it's interesting that you say that because on social media in China many people were saying that seizure being was a coward and they contrasted him with what you mentioned the Primera Liga Chung actually going to move on talking to doctors in the hospital and they said see Jim being just stayed in Beijing and did a photo op yes Jonathan you know as well as I do that you the measure of the leader's how it does in crisis not how it does on a good day right that's true and I think we have yet to see with the with the real consequences are going to be in the Sunni could certainly be in a dangerous position it also could offer an opportunity for those who are against in circles of power to come together you know I'd love for term where does your garden well you know I I just don't see how they get out of this because they're lashing out and whatever friends they need they're alienated them very quickly yes I I you know we used to tease him as being looking like Winnie the Pooh but in that mask in Beijing he didn't look anything like Robert eight eight it looks like a well all right sign leave it alone Jonathan do you they were using the term Chernobyl for awhile of the clock is running if that's applicable do you believe explicable because the roof the clock says five years and they're gone that's what happens the Soviets is that a fair analogy we have about thirty seconds I think it depends on how well they're able to gain control of information and how effective the surveillance state that they built in you know centric social credit score and all the rest of it is I mean this is going to be a real catastrophe something to tolerate apparatus they built are they able to control connection message sufficiently to essentially roll over all the dissent that will come from this we will see Jonathan war he is the author most recently of China's vision of victory garden Chang of the daily beast I'm John Batchelor

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A rare miss for Walmart to end the year

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

A rare miss for Walmart to end the year

"The company says same store sales increased almost two percent down from the three percent increase the previous quarter and violent social protests in Chile cut into Walmart's international sales according to factset Walmart's earnings per share were less than what analysts were expecting and while revenue rose two percent it was still short of what wallstreet projected Walmart's numbers underscore the challenges retailers are facing target also struggled during the fourth quarter due to weak sales of toys and electronics I'm my campaign

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'iPhone SE 2' Launch Still on Course for March Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

Charlie Parker

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

'iPhone SE 2' Launch Still on Course for March Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

"And it looks like a lower open for wallstreet ahead of the shortened week after apple said it would not meet our revenue target because of the coronavirus meanwhile amid its coronavirus troubles the company has been gearing up to launch a new low cost iPhone at around four hundred dollars that still on track for next month but Bloomberg has learned that the plans remain fluid the corona virus might also mean delays for new iPad pro models expected in this year's

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Jeff Bezos sells stock; Despite Friday stock losses, the 3 major indexes gained 3% to 4% for the week

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Jeff Bezos sells stock; Despite Friday stock losses, the 3 major indexes gained 3% to 4% for the week

"Jeff Bezos is sold three and a half billion dollars worth of Amazon stock this week the postal service cut its losses in half last quarter offsetting a continued drop in first class mail with more shipping and packaging revenue wallstreet lost ground in a cell of Friday but for the week the S. and P. five hundred index still rallied three and a quarter percent just label

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2020 Chicago Auto Show

Kentuckiana's Morning News

05:14 min | 1 year ago

2020 Chicago Auto Show

"Auto analyst extraordinaire here I know he's there in Chicago getting ready for the big Chicago Auto Show first of all Mr given have you had a sneak peek into the show you you had a few things this is going to be mostly about pickup trucks SUVs what a mid cycle refresh you Chevy as the new P. court ox Jeepers got a mole hobby version of its gladiator pick up something you can take out in the desert that that things along those lines that and we're hoping to see a couple of other refreshes the vehicle today nothing major but you know bread and butter all right in the middle of the industry pick ups and SUVs this seems to me the edges right now when it comes to car manufacturing I know I mean Toyota of course all we use does well there you know the second best selling car company you in the world right behind Volkswagen Volkswagen lead the an update of its atlas here as well in the U. S. G. M. kind of have some momentum that some mock cool new products coming out with that should be on a Chevy I'm sorry GMC Hummer that going to be coming in there and a couple of years are getting a lot of attention as well all right let's go go look into the a numbers now the big three Ford Chevrolet GM if you will and Chrysler how are they all doing right what what what you're about to be our Chrysler a little bit later today when when it comes to four they had a rough sport ordering people were not expecting at the they had a lot of calls from the new GM the new contract with the UAW they also have had a lot of warranty issues that actually deal with this city Chicago they had trouble getting things right at the Chicago assembly plant that's cost them a lot of money so their earnings were a disappointment they were hit on wallstreet because of that GM actually surprised people up making a tidy little some even with the strike and saying that the the the coming year was going to be slightly better so white now GM's earnings what were the most impressive of the bunch but we're waiting for fiat Chrysler corruption charges against the Nissan smiley has had it looks like a damaging effect on the brand although the they make you know I think a nice looking of vehicles what's the latest with the Nissan now and can make a make a correction here worldwide yeah the the big issue with Nissan is our SUVs haven't really caught on that much with with with people so that his first I mean it's kind of product related things they were hot for a couple of years but they haven't had anything really you know I catching a and something that people want a while about their latest introduction was nice to was the new center but that was a small car last night at the show they showed the front tier they say it's going to be redesigned next year but they also showed somebody who had a frontier from seven that they had driven over a million miles and you know that was meant to show the liability simply put the two vehicles side by side they look a lot alike so it it kind of show people that they haven't updated their line up in awhile so that that's what's hurting them more than the Carlos Ghosn thing interestingly enough the Nissan of course Honda a Toyota kia of a lot of the Asian markets is still staying with the the standard as sedans if you will it's probably good move right now with the forty Chevy kind of getting out of that department what do you think things were going to ally with the American public are we still going by either small SUVs are midsize SUVs for the most part outside of the old like for example your F. one fifties in your Chevy truck somewhat heavy you have a small to mid size SUV seems to be the bread and butter the market I mean that is the family car so to speak so there will still be around I I talked to an analyst to set their settling in at about twenty two to twenty five percent of the market so you know that that that's a substantial part of the market but it's not enough for everybody to support it so with the Detroit three leaving that market in the Asians pretty much staying in that market as well as folks wagon you know water was counted kind of found its level we with just a few name plates in the mid size sedan and small car market you know they can still have healthy sales verses everybody having it so it it seems to be we found an equilibrium idea about forty second let's talk a little bit about Tesla I mean they've been killing it on the stock market they did have a a break yesterday finally his people separate but we're gonna start to do some celebs but with an alley tests about a let's talk about the brand so it what time what kind of saturation do you expect as a it seems to expand and a what's it going to mean in fuel costs you know not just fuel costs but also taxes because a lot of taxes or related to fuel when it comes to the United States and a lot of the states as far as road repairs and such yeah I mean a lot of states are going to be looking at how they change their tax base but you know this will be a lot of reviews on the market that was a warning about Tesla but Tessler still has the bars I mean the Audi you try on the jaguar I face are out there but task was the one that the people are looking at and the reason the stock price went up as they actually got rid of some of their execution issues that have been kind of well it building the vehicle so you know is there going to be a burst that bubble who knows people have been saying that for years and the stock prices been

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"wallstreet" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Care right into your home call us at seven one eight five one eight two four six five no checking wallstreet stocks retreating a little bit from the earlier highs the Dow was up seventeen points nasdaq up ten the S. and P. down the three beautiful weather here this afternoon with sunshine will top out at fifty today clouds rolling in tonight is our lows dropped to forty rain on tap for tomorrow with a high near fifty some of the rain could be heavy at times Sunday partly cloudy readings in the mid forties Monday sunshine highs in the mid forties sunshine this hour forty four W. O. Los fronted by farmers insurance we are following the model home and auto with farmers insurance and you could save an average of twenty percent might drop the mikes covered call one eight hundred farmers to get a quote today we are farmers from three twenty eighteen is whenever savings and in my for Mr for entrance exams in Philly sports and available in every state it's eleven OO six NASA news except at eleven thirty breaking news one structure they would lumberman Michael read on the morning six to ten Monday I'm Joe Bartlett at seven ten W. all worn NBC news radio station W. O. R. is going to help you with your holiday bills with a grand now the nation wide key word tab to two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and messaging rates apply in this nationwide contest that tab two hundred two hundred good lock from seven ten W. Mr New York mark Simone W. today we get to president trump will get to the impeachment will get the tender will go to a Las Vegas the corona virus Harvey and more coming up fifty degrees today a love nothing better than when you get a call from your friend is in Los Angeles and it's cold out here it's fifty fifty here too better yet when you get a call from somebody down in Florida and its goods fifty today what's fifty here you're going to stay here that's great that doesn't happen very often so enjoy it no it does it's been a pretty good winter so far so far we only got like five weeks of winter left six weeks that's it could be the five worst Hey will be that bad Hey check out my Instagram we put a picture Joe Bartlett today it's getting a lot alike wow look at four hundred and fifty likes already really yeah and very good comments would have to delete any of it's mark Simone NYC at Instagram mark Simone NYC at Instagram love really good pictures up there to check out the a prince Harry pictures so it's in a way the start this impeachment one o'clock are the is as a courtesy to me that they don't want to work with my yeah I think so what is the reason for one this is by the way you you pay these idiots they worked twenty weeks a year they work four days a week normally that we get the biggest thing in their life will start at one o'clock you want to get up early yeah but I I've I've tried that a million how can I start to show one o'clock nobody will listen to me but I have to come in at ten white why don't they started to fall they do work late while I sing work there there until late in the house at all about the start at one and they go to like ten thirty at night I could see at three in the afternoon maybe somebody will watch you but make your own against the bachelor you're running at shark tank who the hell's gonna watch thing here is the other thing we have to articles in this taken them three days to outline yeah and you it is that you know they go on for like each one does to our speeches and they go on they've twelve hours a day for two days explain to you what the thing is and then at the end of this forty seven hours ago limit still about the phone call this the thing he said at the end of the phone call this is what it is it is our actual criminal trial in the jury had to listen to this yeah I don't think would happen the first article is not even real that's good weather called obstruction of Congress that's not a real thing in every other impeachment Clinton Nixon the charge was obstruction of justice mmhm that's a criminal act that's a crime you go to jail for obstruction of justice.

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Coming Soon to Tinder Dates: Panic Buttons and Safety Check-Ins

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Coming Soon to Tinder Dates: Panic Buttons and Safety Check-Ins

"The dating app tinder wants to allow users to send out an alarm went bad dates turn really ugly the wallstreet journal reports tender plans to start offering users an option to hit a panic button receive check ins to make sure they feel safe and even someone authorities to their location tender plans to debut that feature in the US at the end of the

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JPMorgan Chase's 4Q profits jump 21%, helped by trading

Charlie Parker

00:06 sec | 1 year ago

JPMorgan Chase's 4Q profits jump 21%, helped by trading

"JPMorgan chase shares are up one percent in premarket trade the bank's profit in trading beat wallstreet

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"wallstreet" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Wallstreet this is a Bloomberg money minute investors have their sights set on records for the nasdaq and S. and P. both of which hit all time trading highs today right now all three averages are seeing gains of about two tenths to nine tenths of a percent the Dow up fifty seven the nasdaq eighty three the S. and P. nineteen the averages are getting a boost from big tech ahead of the earnings season that starts this week an easing of tensions in the Middle East and the signing of the phase one US China trade agreement scheduled for Wednesday or also helping provide some lift Albertson's the supermarket company behind Safeway and jewel Osco is said to be considering getting back on Wall Street Dow Jones reports the company could decide in coming weeks to go ahead with an initial public offering that would see it valued at about nineteen billion dollars it would be one of the biggest in first test of the IPO market this year Albertsons posted in nearly three percent increase in same store sales last quarter I'm Joe Doniger Bloomberg radio the Oscar nominations they are out with plenty of snobs plenty of surprises will tell you more in less than ninety seconds also stick around your chance to win a thousand dollars we will repeat for uses showers keyboard for cash coming up in just about three minutes stay with us the news continues it's eleven fifty one there's lots of disagreement in the world today all agree that someone California traffic is a challenge that's why they can accept any news gives you traffic updates every ten minutes on the five the back of it actually out of Tarzan at this point from just about received.

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Susan Collins working to allow witnesses in impeachment trial

Watchdog on Wallstreet

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Susan Collins working to allow witnesses in impeachment trial

"And Maine senator Susan Collins says she's working with a small group of Republicans in the chamber to make sure witnesses will be called in the impeachment trial of president trump Collins told reporters Friday that she's hopeful there will be an agreement so that both the house managers and the president's lawyers can call

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"To hold you accountable a business coach or a life coach than you are throwing money at all these different ways of trying to feel okay. So that's first you have to see yourself as an investor not a person. That's actually trying to go broke putting money into all these side hustles investors ask questions they look for the market problem the need and demand and they also see people as resources okay the versus says he can do everything without giving up everything the Hustler says I can do everything but I'm GonNa give up everything in the process that is backwards so adjuster Astra thinking and really think about this as you move forward with any business. Proposals are any business planning dumped the idea of France approval approval and seek business associates. Okay investments won't give you the warm and fuzzy is all the time sometimes just a smart thing to invest in this business because it's going to turn in over a significant amount of money right. Do you really think that he's passionate about that company. What is the name of the one the born company no? It's a damn good investment. He does. He's passionate about tunnel construction. He's passionate about the fact that he's an tech industry and in order to keep those investments moving moving he needs to keep money moving. It's no different from shark tank. They find businesses that they would like to connect to. They're not going to put their money into helping you. Start Your Business but they'll so help you with some back end costs. But they're expecting that money to pay back to them. So I want you to start looking at yourself as an investor and ELAM. Musk if you must I until next time I really hope this guy. This helped you out guys and I hope you got something out of it. God bless and I love love hearing from you guys make sure you click a link. Notes are the notes in the link. I'm sorry it's late at night and I'm sleepy. Make sure you click the notes in the link and give me some some feedback. If you're interested in hearing more about my program. My program is simply for leaders are professionals in the oil and gas industry who are looking to leave the industry eventually and and go into a startup company starting their own company and so I simply take you from the beginning process of negotiating your salary helping revamp revamp your online presence for professional brand And establish you as authorities and with some expertise in your industry and then pushing you along the way to open up up that door to start your startup company. I be I be really really grateful. Join I'm so grateful that you're listening until next time. God bless and I hope to hear from you guys in the comments Hala..

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

14:10 min | 1 year ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"Business Business Business the customer business the client you are still working for someone. Okay if we look at someone like Oprah Winfrey infre-. She had a strong sense of self back. In the Eighties Oprah Winfrey had a counterpart who was a white male she had a TV show with him and he was making way more money than her her. She had enough Gusto in herself enough sense of herself words to say hey. I'm ready to renegotiate my salary. And when she got turned down she still you kept pushing forward and left the show because she knew her worth which would explain. Why Oprah's one of the richest people in the world? So I would encourage you to start with that sense of self before we start wearing c o t shirts and quote knowledge stuff on social media. Let's first start looking. How do we see ourselves? You know you don't have to be a big trump fan but one thing you can't take away from. Donald trump is that he sees himself as a smart guy he sees himself as a wealthy billionaire. Not because of the money he really believes in his own ideas Real estate was not something that he was good at. It took him years to kind of get a lot of his projects and developments off the ground but until it got off the ground he continuously spoke very high of himself. People may fun of his structures for his for his hotels and towers but trump ignored that he. He's still saw himself as this person to be feared and not to be reckoned with in the world of real estate and I'm not saying that to get you trump no. I'm just saying that to get you to see that. Arrogance mixed with confidence makes perfect investor. Okay and I'm not saying for you to be so arrogant. Nobody can tell you anything but some sense of a healthy balance of arrogance and confidence is necessary for someone to become a successful entrepreneur. Because you do need to have a sure self shirts sense of self worth okay. Okay so I just want to say that Elon. Musk knew he was capable. He had the education he connected himself to the right people with the right resources. I was listening to him in an interview interview and they asked him what kind of people he hung around. I thought it was interesting because he said he never really talked about the friends he had right. He kept talking about the fact that he saw that this. This person was talented in this area so he connected himself to that and so what I took from. That is Elon. Musk saw that okay. An honor for me to give zip to off the ground in order order for me to eat off of this and this be my main source of income where I don't have to go work and nine to five. I'm going to have to connect myself to people who can make this thing move forward so instead of being like this socialite. He became a socialite to bill. His business okay. And he had a very strong sense of self when he didn't have money he was able to get people to see the vision and the dream import into it financially. And so you have to have a sense of self worth and you have to have a sense of self confidence and I encourage you to to start with negotiating your salary being comfortable talking about a raise being comfortable talking about a promotion. Because if you can't talk about it at that level how are you going to convince in investor's shareholders and people at that level that your company is worth three hundred and forty million dollars just like he was able to convince compact impact cut that check to him. So let's let's let's look at that since a self worth okay. What is your understanding to wealthy people? And how do you see yourself in in relation to that. Do you really think that you are really as smart as someone is Elon. Musk is a question to ask yourself. Let's move onto number to stop chasing money and validation and solve a problem. This is my favorite thing that I pull away from Elon. Musk for every business model for every business. He founded where they were ZIP to. And and for those of you who keeps saying zip to it was a software company that he started and compact that remember. That was his first move. The second move is what pay PAL is today. That's x DOT COM okay. It was online bank. He said he wanted to simply find a way to pay stuff online safely and without feeling like his credit card or personal information was at risk. You Know How many times have you guys brought stuff from China are online and you get it and you kinda worry about putting your credit right. According to those systems were that's where pay pal came in. So stop right there chasing money will have you hustling but if you are connected to the pipe and you are reading you know no New York Times Financial Times Wall Street Journal Market Watch these things will simply outlined to you where the market excuse as me. I have hiccups where the market gap is and where the market demand is and where people are having a breakdown. Okay and so this is what Elon Musk did he. Dan Start a clothing line because he loves fashion. He started something to solve a problem. So many people don't realize that ninety percent of startups fail simply because because no matter how smart you are no matter how well educated you are or what family you come from. If you do not solve a problem that a lot of people have you will not make money okay. Okay and I don't say this to be insensitive but I don't care about what you're passionate about. If it does not solve a problem it will not be successful. That's how most startups fail K.. Chasing money will have you hustling. I think of side hustles. Meaning you have to work. You know you have three or four side hustles and instead of you looking at it in the sense sense of what can I do right now to transition me into one stream of income that matches or exceeds what I make my nine to five. And then how can I take that money and and invested into multiple businesses to increase our create multiple streams of income. Okay so that's a completely different mindset hustling. It makes us feel resistance and we start to feel like we're struggling Allama started a company called Zip to and then he sold it. I just I cannot stress enough. Ah Yes you look at his resume. He owns all these companies and he's CO founder and CEO. But what you have to understand as he did one thing at a time he built the company so did and did it again. Okay and we see this cycle and oil and gas and with the wealthy they will build a company put some hustle into some elbow grease and sell it it and move on and cut their losses. Alonso pay PAL as a solution to a huge market problem thus it was worth the investment of his time. He wasn't and chasing money. He was chasing solving a problem that the industry as a whole in tech industry were like chattering about okay and they all saw it. I want to encourage you to read. Read a book called Blue Ocean strategy because this is the approach you took oversaturated markets exist right. That's what Blue Ocean strategy did you tells us. We see bloody waters. When the market it's a saturated is so many people going for the meat right so many sharks entertain going for the meat but even those you can still still swim to blue and clear waters? Meaning you get out of the chaos and the oversaturated markets and you start to look for market gaps that exists. And so I'll give you an example apple of Blue Ocean strategy that was applied to a saturated market. Rana Rana is now estimated to bypass to surpass. Excuse me she's gone surpassed the earnings. That Victoria's secret is opposed to see next year so pause. Why is that such a big deal you know how many lingerie lines there are hundreds? Why is it that re- on his lingerie line is so big? It's not because she's pretty and everybody likes her. Reema saw a Markelle gap African American women were always complaining. Every year at the Victoria secret. What is it yearly thing they have with the performances performances and they walk the runway the semi annual show? We would always see these biases happen. Come up and we only see one or two black models and so people are having a problem also with the fact. That Victoria's secret models did not look like real. Women are also continued to look at the fact that we have this thing happening in the black community where everybody's embracing their blackness. You know hashtag black of excellence Hashtag black girl magic so she saw market gap up here. There's no lingerie line. That's actually high end. We're not talking about your reality. TV stars with the with the hood stuff on their bras and stuff. We're talking about that. She's talking about high-end simple clean simplicity hot stuff really nice things lingerie for women women of all shapes and sizes of all colors something that's bucking. The system are changing the way we see women and who else better to do it then Riana so many any women see her. As is this superfeminist. She's in two or has sexuality if fit her brand perfectly so whoever will strategizing this for her hit hit the nail on the head. Because before I think it's called savage FINCI before it even hit the market. It already was estimated to surpass. Victoria's secrets grits earnings for the year of Twenty Nine thousand nine and twenty twenty black makeup lines. Let's look at super sent okay. That's oversaturated market. Everybody and their mom has makeup line. But what makes her so special supercenters a chick from New Orleans who has her own makeup line. You can hate our love or a lot of people. Don't like her a lot out of people absolutely adore her. I actually like a super sent. What I will say is that she was a regular around the way? Girl who D- makeup tutorials targeted towards black women. I mean who would just like her. And what what is it. That black women have a tendency to complain about not finding their colors. Not being able to have a pallet to contour if they're dark brown or medium idiom brown because the other high brands only goes so far up the color of spectrum. So when you see somebody like Sioux percent. She's funny she's a cool chick she's somebody you will want to hang around the way girl. She then takes takes a position on the market was she also plays into the black magic black. Let Girl Magic Black Excellence Hashtag because black people right now are so hard core about supporting their own in their community and she has a high end product and the product product is nice. She was hitting all the right of song singing. All the right notes right. She knew her market. And I'm not saying to exploit the black community what I'm saying is there's no your audience and know what they're wanting to see so many black people were pushing for more black makeup lines would which would explain why Sephora has been targeting targeting more black makeup line because people are not trying to buy this ivory colored makeup. Most people are not that color and so take it to AJ Crimson. Send He. Has these beautiful lipsticks. That's highly pigmented for women who are Dark Skin who have beautiful dark skin and maybe they don't have lipstick. Colors are wide range of lipstick. Colors that they feel comfortable in and so now we have someone like Aj Crimson using these beautiful beautiful chocolate models showing knowing that different colors of lipstick are different colors of nude lipstick on variations of Brown and black women. How hard is it for some women to find a new lipstick? Take on very fair skin and I know it's hard for me and so he caught my eye because I was like. Oh Wow look this is someone who's looking at a a wide array of colors for new lipsticks for women of color and so not so much that they went into oversaturated markets. They saw a gap and they saw a problem in an oversaturated market and they plugged plugged in and fixed it and now these are labels and brands to be reckoned with so before you pack up and quit your job ask yourself what market gap our problems are. Are you solving okay. So let's move on number three last but not least. Do you do the work. Okay so all is hustling scuffling Elon. Musk is not trying to do that. He is not about that life Elon. Musk is the guy who's saying look I have money. Tell me what this business is. I'll buy it from you. I'M GONNA put my face on on it. I'M GONNA put some technology into it. I'm going to give you some of my expertise and engineering. We're GONNA move forward. I'm going to be listed as a founder and we're going to keep moving so he has a team team of people who contribute to his success. He is really not out here. Engineering all this stuff space x and all this other stuff for Tesla. He has a team of people. He's just a damn good advisor. He's he knows his market. He knows the tech industry. He knows the highs and lows of it he knows what sales he knows what he can get financed for. He knows where he can get backing on and to take it a step further when I'm talking about don't actually do. The work is one thing to know. The tech industry is another thing to understand economics ED level of billions of dollars a multimillion dollar empire. And so there was a room that him Epstein had a relationship where are Epstein was advising him on financials and guess what. I don't blame him because if you are anything but if you are smart you know to go pay people are hire people who who know way more than you and put your ego and check it out the door and let those people driving to success so if you are insecure about hiring a life coach or a for Somebody to help you walk through how to negotiate. which is what I do? I'm GonNa Plug my program one more time if you are hesitating about things like getting somebody to to give you a sense of direction because you don't WanNa pay you. Don't WANNA come out your wallet. That is not the Eli. Musk approach. Elon Musk says I will throw money at it and money will be thrown back at me. I'M GONNA put ten dollars in it and I'm going to get one hundred back. That's what Elon Musk says. I'm a pay the smartest person in the room fifty dollars and I'm GONNA make five hundred off of it so elon. Musk is not this guy. WHO's walking around? That is trying to literally build all this stuff. He's walking around finding smarter better quicker faster. People building teams building something via them and putting his face and name on it. And so guess what. That's what typically happens in the world of business so if you are actually doing all the work you are doing it wrong love you must be secure enough in yourself to get someone who's quicker faster and better than you and give money to that you. I probably see more success hiring someone.

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

11:28 min | 1 year ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"Many of you know how much of a fan of Jeff bezos I am but today I wanna talk about someone else who I liked to study a lot to get my Inspiration from and person that just really makes me start looking at things from an investment perspective versus me getting so emotionally tied to my business and that person's name is Alon. Musk if you are any one that is familiar with the tech industry. You know that name Elon. Musk many of you. May they know him as the CEO of Tesla. But I know him as this super wealthy tech investor co founder. CEO and much much more. You're the reason why I titled This. podcast Elon Musk. If you must is because so many of us especially in black and Brown community we see entrepreneurship preneurs ship as a hustle as a grind. As you know you have to have eighty different things going if you're trying to make it to the top in while there's nothing wrong with having side-hustle if we don't get into the rhythm of seeing things as an investment and knowing when to pull out knowing win to put money in and knowing when something is worth are sacrificing time we tend to make it more of a struggle to hustle and not really enjoyable and it's not something that's really turning over any wealth both and you'll see people in your family and in our community doing these. MLM businesses trying to convince you to buy in and then selling houses. Then they have all these side hustles that require them to continuously dump their savings and a lot of money. That most people probably can't really afford to put into these hustles but because they're so passionate and driven and they want to be entrepreneurs they feel that they have to kind of spread themselves thin and become you know what is it. The Jakov the jack-of-all-trades but the master of none and so the reason why I said if you want to become this entrepreneur who has multiple streams of income. Because let's be clear the way to wealth is he is to secure multiple streams of income. But if you're going to do that let's look at how Elon. Musk started. One thing at a time. And then it Kinda snowballed into him being this multifaceted multi task leader. Who has all these things going? Let's talk about that. Embrace him down a bit and like I say I hope you guys get excited Eddie. Because just talking about him gets me really excited. I'm super inspired by him. And I'm putting out into the universe that I will meet this man one day and hopefully they get him to become my mentor. Because I really do look up to him. He's pretty amazing so he was. The Super Smart Guy grew up in South Africa. Right want to some. I'm really really big schools. I won't keep going into too much detail He went to University of Pennsylvania where he got economics degree and then he went to Wharton Britain school. which is a hefty business school? You have to be pretty smart to get in there then. He went to pursue his PhD in Applied Physics at Stanford and dropped out in nineteen ninety-five. So let that sit for a minute. Being smart investor has pretty much nothing to do with degrees on top of degrees. What I do like about Elon? Musk musk is that he took the engineering world for what it was worth. And he got out before he got buried into becoming one of these people who are professional students. Okay and so for me. Being an engineer studying him The reason why I like him so much is because the reason he went to school. When had this background in engineering economics as the same reason I pursued the same thing as because to get exposed to that industry and that atmosphere to start to understand how the world works Once he saw it was is getting to be a point where he was not happy. He invested his time and efforts and he went to start a company called ZIP to care. I WANNA pause there. 'cause I don't WanNA move too fast. I'm sorry This was a web software company K. So let's stop there. He didn't start to five companies where he dropped out of school. He focused focused and built something from the ground up. He went through the GRIME UNIS of it. He started this in one thousand nine hundred ninety five and he wasn't able to really do anything with this company a until nineteen ninety nine so he actually put his time effort and energy and the education he received into Zip to company K he was he was a Co.. Oh founder so this was probably something he was someone he met in school then. A Compact bought it from them for three hundred and forty million dollars. Let's stop there one of the reasons why he flipped a profit so quickly is because he saw a market demand. And we'll talk about that in a different a minute okay. Then let's move up a little be more than he went on to say. Hey the three hundred and forty Mil was nice but I had to split that money and pay taxes on it this time around. I have my feet wet. I have some money and I have an understanding of how this business works which is and when I say business. I'm talking about the tech industry. Then he went on to find something called x dot com. This was an online on Bank K. Then it merged with confidence in two thousand and later became paypal. ebay buys it for one point. Five billion dollars in in two thousand and two so. Let's stop there. I want you to see that he took it one step at a time. Okay and so. I'm just pretty much all of these businesses. This is that he's a part of and so let's move forward again okay and then in two thousand two. Musk founded a space x which deals with space transport and this led him to becoming a in. You know maybe rubbing elbows with people from Tesla because they're a part of you know not space transport but they are in the transportation nation industry automotive and technology is pretty expansive and it probably does overlap a little bit with some of the engineering. He was doing with SPACEX so after rubbing elbows with them auditioning basically he becomes the CEO and in two thousand fifteen. He Co founded a company called. Open A A nonprofit research company probably tax purposes In in two thousand sixteen. He Co founded a company called Neuro Lincoln and later Two Thousand Sixteen Sixteen he co-founded neuro link. Okay which is a really interesting company. I'm I don't want to spend too much time on these companies because they're all amazing And then he went it onto a get involved with a company called the boring company which is a tunnel construction company. Okay so was Elon. Musk saying oh when I graduated from college. I'm about to start seeing companies. No that's not what he did. Okay and so. That's what I want people to understand. This is a process when you hear the term first things first when you hear someone co-founded you really have to pull back and ask yourself. What does that mean They also say that Dr Dre was the founder of beets was was he really know it was a company that had already made these headphones. Okay he acquired the company with the money he had saw it as a smart investment. Put His name on it. Put his swag on it kind of has his friends in the rap industry to kind of make this staple beats half-owns a thing for producers and people people who were into music and so then it became a trend. I remember The year that it trended really heavy people just were buying beats just to have them around their neck when I was in the airport. All of the guys. I remember meeting a few guys during all star weekend Some of the athletes. who were flirting are talking to me? I noticed they would just wearing the beats around their neck just to say they have them okay and so when someone is a founder of something that is not necessarily mean that they are found in the sense that you are a founder of your business as you're putting your heart on money your time all of your efforts into all these different businesses and companies and you're thinking Oh yeah I'm a founder. I'm entrepreneur. He he was not the kind of entrepreneur and founder that you are actually scuffling to become and I'm going to dive right into that K.. Because in today's social media and society we see people who are extremely influenced by this by this entrepreneur wave and everybody wants to be one and everybody calls themselves one if they they have a side hustle and so everyone is a entrepreneur. You know everybody is seeking instant fame. Whether it's with makeup we've lines are a real estate agents popping up everywhere everywhere. Why is that so you know? Because we've seen other people become really successful at it. Like Elon Musk. And we say the same thing. We weren't ourselves the same way we see them warning warning. They'll theirselves thinking that we're packaging our product the same way our talent and is not necessarily so because for every massive success you must understand understand what Elon understood about himself and then mastered so. Let's get into it first. Things first his understanding of wealth and perception of himself in relation into other people who were wealthy. And so I WANNA say this. If you I can't tell you how many people come into my program. These are really smart people. I have a program called leadership to start up where I work with professionals in oil and gas helping them to move up the ladder and the hardest part for me is to get people these people to see themselves themselves as someone worthy enough to ask for raise okay. There's a Fortune Martin Fortune magazine article about how the white male easily sees himself worth X.. Amount of dollars and has no problem asking for it. They even go over. What they're worth is okay? So you're white male counterpart has no issue asking asking for what he's worth and then adding some tax on it and some extra change for parking and so if you have a hard time communicating about your pricing to other people with the business you have now if you have a hard time. Negotiating are asking for a raise. and Are you even filling Zayed's close to talking about money. How are you going to become a successful entrepreneur when the main focus is money so this goes back into self perception? How do you really see yourself? Okay let's put it this way. There are two thousand two hundred eight billionaires in the world up till this date in two thousand nineteen. There are thirty six millionaires in growing in the world. World World worldwide. So let's take the myth away that wealth is only for certain people are white people And maybe not you. The list of millionaires and billionaires are wide array of people who are both educated and uneducated both well known and unknown. Okay and what they all have in common is the fact that they took the Elon. Musk approach okay. They executed and they do not see themselves as founders our co-founders our kickstarter the CEO's away uc you know I see so many people wearing. He's t t shirts and CEO or COO. And I'm running my own business. Okay having a side hustle does not make you. CEO Okay So. I just want to put that out. We're not trying to be shady or be rude I just want you to put yourself in the mindset of where Elon. Musk put himself when he started this. They all have have something in common okay. They had plan followed through in S. executed. Well that's it. They saw their businesses simply as investments to grow and keep money me flowing in and when it was necessary they knew in the cut their losses. Okay and so I WANNA say this. Let's start here. If you lack confidence in yourself. Are you hesitate away from selling yourself. Why would you be successful and so if you can say I WANNA run my own business? I'm sick of working for someone when you run a business you are working for someone. That's your client or your customer whether Your.

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Global stocks end 2019 near record highs, dollar slides

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Global stocks end 2019 near record highs, dollar slides

"In two thousand nineteen is last day of trading stocks began with the second straight day of declines but by day's end the major indexes had all gained upwards of three eight tenths of a percent Steve Beckner reports just over a year ago stocks had collapsed amid trade wars and global slowing the federal reserve came to the rescue citing those very concerns it's one from raising interest rates to holding them steady and ultimately cutting them trade worries and falling bond yields still kept wallstreet on edge at times during one summer slump the Dow dropped nearly eight percent but by all room a more confident market was on a record breaking rally that drove the Dow within three hundred points of twenty nine thousand and the nasdaq above nine thousand for the year the Dow rose twenty two the S. and P. nearly twenty nine and the tech heavy nasdaq thirty five

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2020 Predictions for the Markets

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

2020 Predictions for the Markets

"Twenty nineteen was a banner year for stocks following the doom and gloom on wallstreet in December of twenty eighteen as a P. correspondent shall we have the reports Wall Street warns of a slower road ahead in twenty twenty Mar camac senior economic analyst for Bankrate dot com reminds us even the experts are unsure about market predictions the reality is that nobody really knows what will happen for the market in the near term because of the forecast for twenty nineteen were rather conservative or games well the market in the low single digits and thirdly those projections are where we are with the outlook for twenty twenty Shelly after

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Nasdaq closes above 9,000 for first time as stocks stage Santa Claus rally

First Light

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Nasdaq closes above 9,000 for first time as stocks stage Santa Claus rally

"Santa brought record highs for stocks at Christmas time and we're now in the Santa Claus rally period these are the five last trading days of the year plus the first two trading days of the new year so we're gonna see if the rally continues the nasdaq begins trading this morning at a record high the down the S. and P. five hundred are very close to their records today is a regular full trading day on wallstreet although it's expected to be light because people are still on

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Third-quarter U.S. economic growth unchanged at 2.1%

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Third-quarter U.S. economic growth unchanged at 2.1%

"Following the stock market this week boy boy Sir been one rise after another all three major indices setting new record highs yesterday and joining us this morning from New York to take a look at it this Steve cast in bronze morning Steve good morning and by the way we just got news short while ago just a few minutes ago you know they they always go back to the the the commerce department would go back and looks at the GDP figures that they put out every quarter and they the they should revise them at all and they just announced that that the third quarter economic growth at two point one percent that will not be revised they're keeping it where it is so there is continued growth at a rate that the fed reserve had expected to see in the US economy so that's a that's a more positive news but yeah yesterday on wallstreet one a day impeachment has not babies investors at all and all three major indexes hit new records the Dow Jones industrial average is well above the at twenty eight thousand mark more than twenty eight thousand three hundred points right now the Dow futures are pointing to a positive opening yes to be five hundred closed above the thirty two hundred mark for the first time in it he was looking at a possible sport I guess the S. and P. five hundred is up the full twenty eight percent it's the second best year in two decades yes there's a lot of optimism out there and this is despite a V. predictions of continued slowing game the global economy the reason the optimism is there is also one there your continued anticipation for a signing of the first page deal with China we still don't know what the details of that will be and we were told to expect that soon but day yesterday we saw the passage of the trade agreement with the United States Mexico and Canada with specially is sort of tweaking nafta so it means continued free trade between the three nations that are our major trading partners and so there's some positive outlook there is a positive outlook on Wall Street its

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Trump signs off on tariff deal with China

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Trump signs off on tariff deal with China

"A check on wallstreet mark mills is at Bloomberg the S. and P. five hundred and nasdaq closed at record highs on renewed optimism that the US and China have reached a deal and they're costly trade war Bloomberg news reports that president trump signed off on a so called phase one trade deal with China averting the December fifteenth introduction of a new wave of US tariffs on about a hundred sixty billion dollars of consumer goods according to people familiar with the matter the Dow rose two hundred twenty points to twenty eight thousand one thirty two the S. and P. five hundred up about nine tenths percent to a record high the nasdaq gained three quarters of a percent also setting a record Bedford based I robot game six percent today they're getting a boost from news that those tariffs that were set to kick in on Sunday will now be off the table I'm mark mills Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's

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"wallstreet" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Wallstreet down to thirty eight closing bell. America is. three oh two good afternoon American like Austin police mental health officer stipends came into question is city council talks budget today but he's leadership says all officers will start seeing the same amount of mental health training as IT specialist officers councilmember else an altar wonders what this will mean for those mental health stipends AP assistant chief just a nuisance says not much will change even though everyone's trying to the same level only the people receiving a stipend are going to be responsible for you in the emergency detentions gives you a smaller core of people who were used to doing those ism says they are trying to work out that system where the site and still gets use adding since it's part of the meet and confer contract there's no getting rid of it Junglee newsradio kale BJ mayor Steve Adler is taking a hardline stance against Austin police officer saying they're enable for slow because of city council changes to the homeless ordinance which relax enforcement of things like camping in public Adler says he won't tolerate it because he doesn't believe in nothing that the council did takes away from the police the ability and the obligation to a raster ticket people that are breaking the law and says he wants badge numbers sent to him of any officer making those claims he also wants reports made directly to chief Brian manly about eighteen hundred people were arrested last year for marijuana possession in the Austin city council pushing for a policy change that would prevent police from making arrests for small amounts councilmembers claim following the law is not fair to minorities and the poor APD says taking Wayne Forsman of marijuana laws will lead to an excess supply on the street.

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"Entrepreneurship Crypto Doc. Currencies and things that are black community. They're normally left out of these type of conversations so I try to bring that format here but tonight I wanna try I something a smidge different. I WanNa talk about your atmosphere. You can literally think your way into a really good situation are bad situation. Just by the words you speak depending on your atmosphere what she say how you exist in your atmosphere how you treat people the energy you give out all of those things contribute to what what the universe gives back to you or what life gives back to you and before I creep you out by talking about spiritual things. I'm a firm believer that when we say the Word Universe and when we talk about scripture or Bible the Bible has already stated in quoted many things that we hear people in philosophy say With many things that we hear people who are great thinkers who have spoken socrates a lot of these great quotes already probably existed in the Bible. Even the Bible said Nothing was new under the Sun. So this is not a podcast about me preaching to you guys. I want you to understand that the law of attraction and what God tells as you you are are pretty much the same thing the words that you speak over yourself the words that you allow to manifest in your atmosphere the things that people say to you that you allow yourself to digest all of those things contribute to you as a whole person and so I wanted to give you an example. This morning I woke up and I had three pressing issues issues on me. These were issues that have been causing me stress and they were related to my finances and so I immediately stopped and pulled myself away from my computer and I spoke to my atmosphere and I said I am in control. I'm the head and not the tail. Everything is resolved for me because I am all my path due to my purpose and I will focus on what I'm supposed to focus on for today because this will resolve itself before tonight in even. Yeah no I said that would a little bit of fear in my heart because I was thinking like okay but at the end of the day grew you got all these bills. But the the words we speak pack power and so I kept repeating that phrase in my head throughout the day as sure enough. I'll call to companies Related to my finances food and they ended up finding credits off of something and basically. I don't owe anything and so I went to the last thing that was pressing and I had a credit on my account and so I just wanted to say that really touched me and it really did something to me. Because how much stuff do we worry about. This already. Going to be worked out. How many times we stress ourselves out over things? That's going to happen if you cannot avoid the inevitable of you being successful or you can't avoid the inevitable of your family's actions. Why are we putting so much energy? Tommy effort in frustration into that and wearing mental spirit down and wearing ourselves down physically and emotionally. So I just wanted to ask you. Are you in control of your atmosphere when you are faced with an obstacle our hardship or an issue are are you speaking into your atmosphere and gaining control of it. And I know you've probably heard people say this but I just want to remind you that your words pack so much power everything you say everything you do towards other people it goes out like a boomerang and if you've ever thrown a boomerang it goes out almost disappears disappears into thin air because it's so thin however when that thing curves back around packs a lot more force than you initially threw it out at and so that's what we do. Every day when we throw action action our word out into the world and to the universe into our atmosphere we literally can speak into the next situation that we encounter that situation could could have dominated me that situation. Warm me out today and I would have put it off till tomorrow and then had a bad disposition all day not enjoy my Friday and so no I just wanted to give you a few things to encourage you on how to take control of your atmosphere. The first thing I want to tell you is that you you need to be careful what you receive from people and what you allow people to speak over you. A few years ago I had came out of a relationship and a good friend of mind with joking with me about being lonely in effect. That one day girl we're going to be only with cats and editor even though something was rejected reckoned that inside of me because she was joking. I didn't want to seem like you know a butthole. I was being too serious but then I started to really think this is my atmosphere and I control control this thing. One of the things that the enemy are the opposition are the dark forces or whatever you call it one of the thing that the enemy tries to do with US sometimes. uh-huh has tried to plant very small seeds of self doubt. Lack worried Discontentment and loneliness and so you have to be very careful foe to catch it before it come completely comes into your atmosphere. It's like roaches. If you see one little bitty roach you probably got a lot of roaches. And so when you start to see a trace of something something seeping into your life. Even if it's a joke form are the smallest form immediately reject that out your atmosphere. And so when she said that to me again I had to tell her like I said girl joking but I don't like when you speak that into my atmosphere. I am not going to be lonely for the rest of my life. I actually have no problem. Finding dates are getting attention for man. The reason why I'm choosing to be single at this season in this season of my life skews me is because I choose to be and and I feel like this is the time for me to work on myself and restore myself and focus on what got needs to build for me to get to that next level I feel like love and a guy you can fall in love with our finding a date. I feel like those things are trivial. you go out take care of yourself and put out positive energy energy you can attract that to you. But I'm not about to be one of these women as out here looking for it and so I had to tell her that and the funny thing is she kind of laughed at me like okay go you being serious. But she respected that and she stopped saying and so when she left. I said you know into my atmosphere when she left. If I spoken to my house I said I I reject everything that the enemy is trying to words creep into my life are let seep in. I do not receive that I do. Do not confirm or validate the words that are spoken against me. I'm the head and not the tail. I will walk and not faint. I am prosperous. I am open to live riches riches I will run into my soul mate when I'm not thinking God has a perfect plan for my destiny and I am too great for him to let me lose my my slipping in his hand like I literally spoke stuff like that over my atmosphere and it shifted my energy and that person's stopped coming around me so so be bold enough to correct people and I'm not saying you have to argue with people in curse people out to go off on people but rejects when people try to put stuff in your spirit about girl era we are always gonna be broke are when you black are anything that speaks lack mediocrity anything that is not a seed of greatness anything that goes against what God is telling you you are what your spirit is telling you are anything that goes against any positive things coming to you from the universe rejected reacted yes like be okay. We're rejecting what stuff when people bring you crazy stuff like that. You don't have to receive those types of things the next thing I wanna tell you. Sorry the next thing I wanNA talk to you about is basically being careful what you speak over yourself given. What's in front of you so when I see something that's a major task and I'm overwhelmed? I I call myself down by speaking into the atmosphere. It is finished it is done. I'm Victoria's I will conquer this as just like I've conquer and everything else and so starts speaking speaking over your projects for towards entrepreneurship starts speaking that you will make time to read. That book are start that blog or you will make time to do the things that you have constantly been putting off speaking to your atmosphere and be relentless. Be excited about speaking the things that you want to see to take place in your atmosphere. Don't ever back down from that. And so just like this morning. When I faced a huge financial issue I spoken to my atmosphere and I kept going about my day when I checked on those three things that were pressing they were already worked out and so I just wanted to encourage you if you are a entrepreneur you work for for yourself? You work in corporate America. You're trying to start a blog a business and you keep running into these emotional ruts that you get yourself into or you keep finding that. You're discouraged are you can't seem to get your mindset right. Are you never have enough time to do the things that you're supposed to dedicate yourself to stop open pause and reminds us of who you are and whose you are and make sure you speak into the atmosphere and remind the atmosphere of how powerful you are and you're in control and that you are above and not beneath and that you are in control of your schedule you control your atmosphere. I promise you my friends. If you start to speak into your atmosphere you will literally see things transform and change until next time my friends. I want you to be blessed. I want you you to speak it over your life and I want to mean it I love you and thanks for listening..

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"Always been comfortable with being in my own lane and fully committed committed to my purpose. If you fall into the same category I just described. Would you will notice as your energy and your presence will attract people who seek instant wins. It's the fashion world. Calls them laggards. A laggard is a person who makes a slow progress and falls behind others and so they have a tendency to just repeat what's new what's and because they don't have their own vision. Our society unfortunately encourages this behavior. These types of people are drawn to creatives who are innovative. Aided and motivated people creatives have something really deep on the inside that most can't quite put their finger on understand is like a spark or some type of magic magic. When I used to talk about my business with some family and friends I could see? There is widened with inspiration and sure enough time will pass and I will see this person again in passing and they will run to me excited to only repeat a watered down version of something that I said I was getting ready to do or one of my business. Endeavors are goals and sure enough. As time passes they let it go once they experience a failure to with it then they go on to pursue a new identity are or a new person a copy and so my advice for dealing with this is to simply let it roll off of you and keep it moving but let it be a lesson to be careful what you share and win. Timing is everything. When it comes to business I have had friends? Copycat me and family members mar approach and motto for Life Is this my my purpose is worth the jump. I can't fail because I was created for it so to some people. This may seem a rational boastful are conceded narcissistic take. It may even make my success appear as easy but what you have to understand is you can't understand my formula because it's the very thing saying that makes me unique. It makes me who I am. I read something by my leak till that really accurately describes exactly what I'm about to go into and she said this it's interesting that people think they can use all of your resources to produce what you produced. I can give you the playbook the blueprint and the ROLODEX. I am the magic..

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"A share. What I wake up every morning is something that I created that I call my wall of mentors in my bedroom. I have five huge sticky notes on my wall. Aw One of each is someone I admire and identify with in business. The Wall capture some of their positive affirmations unbel- beginnings views on failure in positive quotes about mindset. Is the first thing I see in the morning to not only set my thoughts and my goals into my mind for the day but to stay in control of my mindset. That's how serious I am about owning my space. One of the people on that wall that I will discuss today. Is someone who I have actually been following for quite some time now. And it's Jeff Bezos. Jeff bezos founder and chief of Amazon has a net worth of one hundred fifteen point four billion dollars. He became the richest man the world in late. October of two thousand seventeen but the beauty of his start isn't a rags to riches story. He actually left a very lucrative and cush job on Wall Street to start the company. His idea was good but left. Many people confused as to why he of all people would leave his software engineering job on Wall Street to start a business business. His boss even told him. That's a good idea but you have a good job. I love story because following purpose and chasing destiny isn't always about being rich are making money. It's about responding to something deep inside of you. That idea that keeps you up at night. That what if that keeps ringing through your head. He did not start the company because he needed money are even wanting more money. He started it because he believed in the idea to open doors and those doors ended up opening other doors that he he didn't even imagine for Amazon. Amazon's motto is now we sell everything from A to Z.. It was the purpose that drove him. In the words of Jeff Basil's I didn't think I'd regret trying and failing and I suspect it. I always be haunted by decision to not try it. All Joyce Meyer's just recently visited my church and she says something that really struck a chord with me. She said this. I'm willing to risk it all to see if I'm right. That is your hunch that intuition into wishing people who follow that may experience failure after failure and even moments that your idea makes you feel unsure but that failure ultimately contributes needs to you birthing something even bigger than you can imagine. Look at it this way. You could be running into failure after failure because you're just not thinking big enough after much. Research urge constantly reading about his big. As accomplishments in Wall Street Journal and Business Week I have combined and created a three step formula for you to carry on your journey. We consider this. This is advice from the richest man in the world. So take notes. First thing we're GONNA go over is Jeff Bezos way of thinking. He said this forward thinking requires you to plan things out realistically and rationally. It also causes you to seize the moment. Basil's took a few days to consider that advice and he tried to mental exercise. He said he realized the best way to think about it was to project his life forward to age eighty that way he can make make a decision that minimized his grants Bazo said. It became obvious that he would leave his job to start Amazon. If it failed I would be very proud of myself itself when I reach age. Eighty that I at least try. This is what he said with the article interview with Tech Crunch so before you put someone in that hero are Shiro space space. You should aspire to be a person that inspires you. It's so easy for people to post these messages on social media. And say for yourself being your own boss entrepreneurship ship this or that however truth be told. That's actually a very scary and daunting thing to do. So instead of taking the advice of strangers who tell you to jump in later take the advice from the richest man in the world. Take time to think rationalize really think. Take time to pray researcher market. You know how passionate I About researching your market if you follow me not sizing up your market and Understanding Trans to use that information to plan effectively can lead to a horrible startups and even huge successful companies. Coming to an ultimate end. Just look at us so ask yourself this. What would your eighty year all self say to you now. What kind of person do you want to become and most important. What type of legacy do you want to leave behind the second point. I want to go over his. Don't forsake the the struggle. This is where he actually captured my attention leaving a comfortable job on Wall Street to launch an unpredictable businesses. Something that many would not do. But it's that very risk that allow Jeff bezos to become a billionaire and founder of Amazon at a summit series in Los Angeles. Bazo sat down with his brother. Mark Talk Talk about his journey to entrepreneurship and the factors that influenced his success. It's easy to be inspired by a person who is a billionaire..

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"I was able to get a bird's eye view of what I need to be changing changing to help my company grow in boom so I find that many people have a passion but they don't have a passion to do the research that they will have to do any way for Business Plan Klan are to have an awesome pitch is vital to you no matter what industry you are in to be aware of the financial industry and how it's relative to your market one of the fourth benefits benefits are moving into now. It's a habit of the most successful people in the world. Like seriously I could just drop the MIC. Right they're staying. Informed is really hard to do I get it. You have a job. That drains you for eight hours a day yet. Catching up on the news is one of the most vital things. Some of the most successful people in the world the main subscribers to these magazines business executives as I stated. CEO's business owners typically owners very large corporations Wall Street traders traders and investors. So I say that again and I mentioned this to give you a sense of where wealthy people's attention lives and that's on their money it's on the market that impacts their money. emme whether you make forty K.. A year four hundred K.. A year the information that you feed yourself today in right now and expose yourself to on a day-to-day basis ultimately contributes contributes to what you produce so pause. I want to say I'm speaking into being bigger and better highly successful people have the same twenty four hours that we have. Now there are no superhumans that forty hours a day. Warren Buffett David Cush Bill Gates Barack Obama Nate silver all of these people who are extremely successful and effective. Every time they open their mouths they seem to be a fountain of Wisdom and knowledge and they are constantly feeding themselves with the wall..

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Slaypedia: "The WallStreet Chick"

"On the sites but this is just introducing you to the idea of actually getting your feet wet so let's move into one of the first main benefits that you can gain from Reading Wall Street Journal and the other resources that I listed Wall Street Journal has a tendency to release information on company buyouts mergers and companies face am bankruptcies before the company can have that big talk with their employees being informed arm keeps you ahead of the game and keeps your head in your career executives and CEO ideas the way they think and full attention will be in one or more of these magazines. Success assessed comes quicker if you allow yourself to read and have the same insight as them for those of you. Look into the executive route in your career. You may need to know what's going on at the the executive level at your company and how they perceive business this helps you because you'll be able to speak intelligently into conversations that they are currently having right right now and be aware of the Lingo in your industry whereas everyone looking is your industry in the downswing was causing the downswing. Who's your company's biggest competitor? When you have to know those things if you're planning to move up so you have to already prepare yourself to think in a bigger picture in corporate America so I'll share a personal story? I was working working for a company and I always rare Financial Times and Wall Street Journal and they listed that our company was looking to sail and merged with another company opening. Well that made me think about getting laid off so what I did is I went and renegotiated my severance package when the company was doing great. And they had no conversation patie- about layoffs the next year they had layoffs so because I was already prepared because I had already did the work. I wasn't worried I wasn't fearful about what's next. Yes I had already began to put things in order and to shift into working for myself so it didn't bother me however if I did not read while St Our Financial Times Tom and learn that information beforehand. It could have been really sucky to get laid off around Christmas. The second benefit you get from reading these types of sources your investors. Thor's are reading this. Not only are they reading but they look to it as one of the many vices for advice on what to invest in if you watch shark tank it appears no matter how how great the pitch our business idea appears the quickest way for the investor. Tobacco is usually with Mr Wonderful and Mark Cuban when they began to ask ask those questions related to the market. If the contestant doesn't know are even if they respond both things sales they immediately get cut off and declined by every investor investor on the PAM. The pitch can be great but your knowledge and how you shape the product with that market knowledge is a key ingredient for your investors to get the information they need and to express interest before they began to shell out any money. You have to know the lingo and the market. There's no way around it. If if you are in search for an investor ask yourself. Do you know what they are looking to. Invest An and if your company will qualify for the investment investors evaluate you wait everything against market analysis and trains. They are highly informed and they do not make knee-jerk decisions are emotional ones. The reason investors tend to be so ashore on what they're willing to invest in and not is because they put a lot of time and a lot of money and efforts into constantly evaluate in the marketplace marketplace. Because that's where the money is tied up. They have a wealth of information that comes from some of the sources that are just recommended. I recently read an article on fast. Company said eighty percent of business owners with failed. Businesses are not aware of the financial industry our their market from the perspective of an investor. So that's something to chew on the third benefit. Small businesses can use this to avoid failures and make the right moves quickly to any small business owner with plans of growing or having a bigger platform. You may not know where to start. You may have been taken webinars. Those facebook classes that lure you into pan someone for for class who said they may fifty K.. On instagram youtube videos and much more and it's fine. Education is beautiful. And I encourage you to do that. However you should be the subject matter sadder expert in your field you need to know and understand your market on a bigger scale? Market gaps are ways..

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"That make use of the concepts behind it and a lot of wallstreet is doing the same thing they're trying to figure out what is good about this what is bad wh how can we indicate the bad and use the good and how can we make this work for us because what they do see as an option i mean this is it's taking a process that on wallstreet right now is still very manual and very labourintensive and digitizing it added meisingeth also almost and making it making it very immediate there there's one uh startup that their tagline was to trade is the settlement and the ideas that as soon as you you know traditionally ifi buy stocker security or some other asset you know derivative are uh it could take days for that to settle and there are a lot of intermediaries at that has to go through and a lot of people hold hold some portion of that transaction for several days the deal with this is that it goes through automatically it is confirmed view of this open network this transparent network that that makes that happened very fast and very cheap and wallstreet is really in trant entr uh in transport this idea that they can take a lot of processes now the take them days and caused a lot of money and make it very cheap and very automatic and they're trying to do that in a way that still preserves that sort of transparency no p city that the markets love to have i mean you know the markets are really about information right if you have it the other guy doesn't of the advantage so the banks or to still figure out how they can use this sort of open network and still kind of twist it in a way that it will still have some of that transparency that the so look i'm not trying to say that they're all crop him saying that if you're a bank you don't want everyone to know what your order book looks like so they're trying to figure out a way to do all that but they're very interested in and so yeah jamie diamond made.

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"wallstreet" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"wallstreet" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I very inspiring pep talk the premise of your book is only one person was convicted after the financial meltdown of 2008how did that happen sowho's the one person who was convicted while there's one banker a con a level executive from credits we says sir secondtier bank on wallstreet his name was karimsarahgalvin and he was convicted of overseeing to traders who lied about the value of their portfolio of mortgage backed securities complex securities backed by home mortgages uh and a credits we seems to have turned him in the he pled guilty and went to prison he's now out of prison but he's the one guy and i was deeply puzzled by how this could come to pass that the financial crisis could only result in one major conviction for someone doing directly things that related to the financial crisis and so i wrote a story about it for the newyorktimesmagazine and then that became this book you are about how the enron case was a turning point in how the justicedepartment prosecutes these kinds of financial crimes corporate crimes so theenron case seems to have been very successful i mean executives of enron went to jail the accounting company that handled enron was found guilty of crimes as well arthurandersen as the name of the company was one of the bigfive accounting companies so some up for us some of the prosecutorial successes in the enron case with at getting you know deep into the the details of case itself.

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