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7 New Ways to Grow Your SEO Traffic

Marketing School

04:40 min | 9 hrs ago

7 New Ways to Grow Your SEO Traffic

"To another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. Hotel and today we're GonNa talk about seven new ways to grow your seo traffic. So I'll start first because they had a Webinar on new ways to do SEO. So the first way to grow your SEO traffic new way to grow your seo traffic would be to think about on surp- seo but does that mean exactly so Serb assertion that result page, and as you know Seo now is getting more difficult because the search result pages are so dynamic you have sometimes you might have apps you have knowledge box you might have featured snippets you might have site links there's a lot. Of changes happening. So what you gotTa do from your and we've talked about Faq Schema before in the past, we've talked about all these different tactics those all fall on the search engine result page. You GotTa think about how you can do on Seo part of what you can do using software or you can do it on your own, but you can use our software. If you want click flow, you can test your titles Meta description and that is basically one element of on as he'll. There's a lot more that goes into that but I just want to give you one piece. Number two is create new formats of content. So you don't have to just do text based content. You've already seen that Google ranks videos, but did you know Google also rains podcasts? So now crawling podcasts transcribing and indexing them and getting driving traffic to them as loss. So don't create text based content, considering creating all the different types of media formats that people really leveraging these days such as video audio off Cassie I should out there make she include keywords with whatever you're talking about your research on. What you'll find is some of that context also start ranking. For many listings are pushing up just classroom pushing up just video results. So it's a way to grab more search traffic bubbling people already. Number three kind of alluded to this a little earlier. But if you Google, Matthew Woodward Faq Schema. You'll find a way to get Faq. Schema. Set Up, and in some cases you click the rate actually might go higher. This is kind of continuing to follow the theme of on Surp- SEO number four by websites now for their back lanes buying for their brand and their existing traffic and there exists. You'll traffic merging into your site makes you deleted duplicate content merge than duplicate content together what it mean by duplicate is not word for word content. But if I have article on Seo someone else has an article on Seo and they both talk bout began as a test yo you don't have to pay design begins Guy Teissier you'd WanNa merge tackle only do that. What you'll find is Marshall Tropical to ring for Marquee Words All. Right. Number five. So even though we talk about it, I don't think a lot of people do this enough think about how you can build your own widget or how you could build your own software where those will basically because those to me, there are a little more defensible than making new book or a new Info Graphic, for example so An example, this Neil night I talked about this website when covert initially hid a lot of late in the United States a lot of layoffs started happening. So these layoff tracker started going up I was actually looking at one of the layoff trackers recently, sixteen hundred referring domains going that's a lot of lakes. So if you can build something, that's helpful. Genuinely helpful. The people that's very lincoln asset. This is evergreen SEO tactic but nobody has ever talked about talk about Lincoln assets, but don't talk too much about using a product to help with branding or product to build lakes. Another thing that you can end up doing is. Look at popular tools on the Internet that are Mir Space Adam to your website. You can find a lot like code canyons stuff like that will find his they tend to create a lot of brand queries more BRANCUSI's. You have the easier to rank on Google. So yes, eric talked about lingual acids but you can also get tools that create more brand queries will you'll find as you rankings for all Europeans go up even if you're not getting into links. All right number seven kind of similar. Building on the example I gave from number five where you build a where you lied with a product could be a widget as well. But let's use Neil Uber suggests as an example, he has a lot of data, a lot of click stream data. And basically, the great thing about that is that he can make really data loaded post that nobody else can do so I remember recently, I just read something from about how everything you know about click the rate has changed, but they were pulling proprietary data that they have. If you have your own product, you're able to glean zone insights and you can produce. Content that stands out on its own which you have liquid asset that's helping you produce more link cable assets with your content.

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Tense protests erupt after Detroit officers shoot, kill man who fired on them

Daily Detroit

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Tense protests erupt after Detroit officers shoot, kill man who fired on them

"Energy behind the ongoing protests in the city of Detroit renewed on Friday after a fatal shooting, involving an officer near San Juan and mcnichols on Detroit's west side. The protests built up as rumors spread across social media of Hakeem Little Tins. And the rumored 'cause that a teenager was shot in the back of the head execution style protesters marched from the Bagley neighborhood through the university district to the police precinct on seven mile near Woodward that spurred Detroit police to release body Cam footage from the officer within hours. It show that the incident in fact did not happen. As was rumored on social media, the video showed that the suspect reached for a gun in his pocket and shot I at a police officer at close range. Other officers are on the scene. Then fatally shot the twenty year old littleton. The whole thing escalated in less than five seconds at the time. Littleton associate who police say is a suspected gang member was being arrested on an outstanding warrant for distributing drugs. Protests were then subdued by whether and the realization that they came together over misinformation, widely shared on social media that police shot an unarmed teenager. Protests resumed Saturday with an attendance of about one hundred Detroit. Police chief James Craig called the officer involved a hero while critics say. Say the police don't have the strength and don't know how to engage with citizens in a way that's focused on de escalating conflict

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Trump tries to stop books about him

The Book Review

04:39 min | Last month

Trump tries to stop books about him

"Going on with the Book Business Right now? So this has been a fascinating time in publishing the last couple of weeks. We've seen kind of an epic clash building between the trump administration and the trump family and one publisher in particular. Simon and Schuster. This has happened several times during the course of this administration, the trump administration has threatened lawsuits against various publishers for producing alls or books that contain damaging information about the president most memorably it was Henry Holt when they published fire and fury by Michael Wolff, when they got a cease and desist letter from the president's personal lawyer. They decided to put the book on sale early. It sold incredibly well so. So the latest is Simon and Schuster of course released John Bolton's book this week, and that was something that trump administration tried very hard to prevent from happening. They told him he had failed to go through the necessary steps to get security clearances and remove classified information, and they finally asked a judge to prevent his publishers Schuster from distributing the book. The judge denied that although John Bolton himself may eventually have to forfeit some of his prophets, which were substantial. He reportedly got a two million dollar book deal, so that clash was playing out just in recent days in the book just went on Sale I. Think they've they've distributed two hundred thousand copies according to some of the legal filings. Filings and at the same time than Shuster is preparing to publish a very explosive, potentially explosive I should say I, haven't read it book by President Trump's niece Mary trump and just this week. President Trump's family sought a temporary restraining order to try to block publication of that book by Mary Trump which is called too much never enough. How my family created the world's most dangerous man, so the title suggests that this is not going to be a positive book. It's scheduled to be released by Science Schuster on July. Twenty eight th. The book is finished its edited, but they're starting this process earlier I think with the Bolton Book. They came in pretty late in the game with the effort. Effort to prevent distribution. The books had already shipped retailers had them news organizations had them all the information started leaking out a few days before publication, so the effort to kind of contain the damage came pretty late, and it was pretty toothless as far as preventing the information from getting out so in this case they have a little more leeway, but again I think the legal precedent is very very hard to preemptively prevent information from coming out, so it's going to be another tough battle for them. This has been a really eventful year for Simon and Schuster I. Mean I, they were put on sale right, and then very suddenly they're chief executive officer. Carlin really died of a heart attack. And all of these incredibly explosive books are coming out. Is the company doing well? At a time when a lot of publishers are struggling to break through the news cycle Simon and Schuster is creating the news cycle. So that's kind of extraordinary, you know the John Bolton Buck has been number one on Amazon for Awhile Mary trump is close behind it, and they have more coming in the pipeline that are I. Think certain to be bestsellers including I, think most significantly. Significantly another book by Bob Woodward his previous book about the trump administration, which was titled Fear Sold Millions of copies, and again caused a lot of consternation, the administration and he has a sequel to. That's coming out this fall. I don't believe it's titled Yet, but it's about the administration president has said he spoke to Bob. Woodward for this book, so it'll be interesting to see what. What secrets remain for more to find out given all of these dulls that have come out I was speaking to some people in Washington like Robert Burnett who a famous Washington lawyer who represents a lot of politicians and has been around for a long time and. His observation I thought was interesting. It's just you know the volume of books that have been that have come out during. This administration is quite unusual. It's it's fairly typical for there to be a wave of of memoirs. Tell all I was inside the room kind of books to come out the years after the presidency when people can reflect, and there is no longer the the political pressures of the day were a reelection campaign for example, but the revolving door in the administration today has been moving so quickly. People Cycle in and out and I think that his accelerated the rate of

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The Future of Surveillance

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

05:30 min | 2 months ago

The Future of Surveillance

"The cove in nineteen pandemic is changing our lives in so many ways. And what's going to happen in? The future is still unclear. Are we going to have to download APPS? Will those under quarantine have to wear responds? Will we BE SCANNED FOR FEVERS? Every time we step into an office or restaurant I've been hearing all sorts of questions like these so I wanted to speak with Jennifer nozoe. She's an epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. I wanted to know what role technology might play in our fight against this pandemic. Could we soon be using these contact tracing APPs here in the United States I think it's inevitable and in fact it's actually already happening? That public health agencies are going to use APPS to help them conduct contact tracing whether these APPs fundamentally change tact tracing is done remains to be seen. I personally it would be a little bit worried if we used APPs instead of people. It's not clear to me that we would get better data that way. The question is how are we going to use it? And what features of the technology are we going to use? It's one thing to use it to keep track of data and to help you analyzed data. It's another thing to use it to figure out exactly where someone's been over the last fourteen days and I think there are some important operational questions that need to be answered about those approaches as well as some potential legal and ethical questions we do use contact tracing in this country for other diseases. A lot of people are hearing this term for the first time but with foodborne illnesses and things like that. That already happens right yeah. It's a traditional tool of public health. Tr- instance in tuberculosis outbreaks measles outbreaks. And there is You know case investigations that happened with Woodward outbreaks to I would say the frequency with which it's used has probably decreased in recent years purely due to resources it's incredibly resource intensive to do contact tracing as public health departments over recent years have suffered budget cuts and declining resources their abilities to do contact tracing has declined and that's I think one of the unfortunate kind of preparedness erosions that we've seen over time that we're now in the midst of a pandemic trying to make up for by hiring possibly hundreds of thousands of new contact tracers when you think about the APP based technologies again in merging that with some of these human contact tracers to help supplement that sort of work. Can you give some idea of what life would look like then so there are a few different approaches? There's one method where the phone tracks your movement things off of Cell Towers and it knows where you've been and authorities potentially could take advantage of the ability of your phone to say where you've been to once you become a case potentially look back at where you've been for the last fourteen days and then use that to identify places where you may have exposed people to try to get in touch with people who may have also been at that same place. There are other approaches. Where you use the phone's ability to kind of tell who you've been near and to try to find people that you may have exposed that way that's seen as slightly less invasive because it's more about identifying who's been near you rather than exactly determining where you've been typically in the US and we do contact tracing it starts with an interview where you ask the patient basically remember all the places they've been when you're talking about fourteen days though it can be tough for people to remember exactly and so sometimes you have to use other methods to maybe fill in the gaps for instance for foodborne outbreaks. We try to figure out where you spend money over the last fourteen days as a proxy for where you may have been but we haven't yet in the. Us seen widespread use of the cellphone based technologies the Location Services or the more Bluetooth ones. That tell you who you've been Aaron. I think there has been some interest in potentially using these technologies but in my view these are the ones that have some questions around them in terms of public acceptability and what the limitations for their use are. So what does this mean for all of us? Are we moving toward big brother surveillance? State government officials are now calling upon Silicon Valley's tech leaders to try and help. We need to view this as an information problem when we need to come up with estimates for where the disease is and when we can find hotspots. Put Schmidt used to be the CEO of Google. Now he's leading up a fifteen member commission to help guide New York toward using new technology in the wake of Kovic. Nineteen the Google Apple. Collaboration preserves your privacy but it's completely voluntary apple and Google are collaborating to develop software that would enable Bluetooth base tracking on their devices if users opt in this data would be shared with governments and public health authorities and then there's clear view a facial recognition technology company. What we do is we have database from day one of over three billion photos. We have a mobile APP and a desktop and we also have the highest accuracy out there in the market. The company claims that they can scan public surveillance camera footage to identify people who might have been in contact with confirmed corona virus patients last month they told NBC News that they're already in talks with several state and federal agencies to help with contact tracing

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Seattle - King County issues directive urging public to wear face masks in most public spaces

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle - King County issues directive urging public to wear face masks in most public spaces

"County residents will be required to wear a mask when they go to the store or any other indoor public space in Spokane it's likely be to be the next order masking come was currently Johnson has more the state health department recommends it and health experts say as the economy slowly begins to re open if the majority of people are not wearing masks it's likely to trigger a second wave of the virus Spokane county health officer Dr Bob Lutz there are stronger requirements and recommendations to wear masks and I think that'll be something that you will be seeing forthcoming hopefully in Spokane Spokane mayor Nadine Woodward said this week she would support a public mask mandate it for health officer felt it was best at the king county directive applies to grocery stores pharmacies retail restaurants and public transportation a homemade cloth mask is fine and no one's going to be issued a ticket if they're not wearing one king county and Seattle are distributing about a hundred sixty thousand masks mostly in immigrant communities

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"woodward" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"woodward" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Well. What's so philosophical in your strength? How much does this affect his legacy? We're talking obviously about top five inductees into hall of fame and things like that is a black mark against and they never won the primarily. Well not from anybody. Who's involved in the envy? Football's industry so to make it simple. Anybody who has the intervene report on football played football coach. Football been been involved football. He will be out there and F and when he's chosen. Nobody will have a problem with to me. This legacy whole thing is is only to do with. Oj The industry you know support support us. I'll just football supporters in general. That's what the Go-to but the people were picking us. And as I said the people in the industry they absolutely will not go straight to or a slept in Denver schooled. They'll go to this. This guy carried one of the biggest clubs immortal football only shoulders for a decade. Cut It into the Champions League candidate until you've cult an FA Cup League Cup by the way. If that guy hadn't played in any of these games they went. Oh Gosh now for one in any of I mean so as I said your General Football Fan not affiliated with Liverpool will straight away go through the Denver by goal. But say there's no way will they look let? Let's put it down for talking about priorities here. And I'm not saying this is right but players make decisions for whatever reason has priority was to wonder primarily with that we agree or not doesn't matter but that was his priority if he's priority was sold it to win the Premier League in a left Chelsea Chelsea were really pushing the ball out to try and of course it could have gone and one illegal Sarah. Wherever we some other European club but if you wanted to win the Premier League it could've gone because they were beg on talk trying to get them away from Liverpool didn't WanNa go. You didn't want to go because he wanted to try. And get over the line that Liverpool so that priority priority wasn't just willing to premier league because you can go somewhere else in the priority was to win with Liverpool football club and unfortunately for him then happen guys. Thank you very much craig with me on extra time. They joined by shocker. Hislop to answer some questions over the last few weeks I've been producing quite a few. Espn.

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"woodward" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"woodward" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And that's why sticks and everybody's memory and quite frankly it's shot you know a guy that so this guys talk to vote as arguably the best player Liverpool's Everhart. I don't believe that that law. That's how good this guy is. And unfortunately most football supporters say the liver pill and say the the football business. Think that when you mentioned the name Steven Gerald that's what comes up that slip when Demba binded op Putin Chelsea I had. I think it's really sad grey. Well I think if you remember. Gerald is a player Feeder Liverpool final on on on something that aid no control of really because none of none of us ever want slept were and the active. Do something important on a football field. Then I think that tells you more about. The individuals doesn't determine how people look in my opinion. I mean what Stevie said he was at one point more so after box to box all encompassing midfielder every generation at one point. Now you may argue front lampert was up the same time. It was scoring more goals but Stephen. Girard game so yeah. It's unfortunate something that people do bring up. But but I don't really think when you think about Stephen Girard as a player. That's the first thing that pops up in your head and I think the first thing that pops up as goals Greek classes in the service in the sacristy he gave to that football cook. Let's not forget he can get Real Madrid? You know half a dozen of these other gigantic juggernauts of European fifth. Whenever he wanted he chose not to go there to try. And get that dream over the line. Yes the Premier League couldn't quite make it happen but as an old boss mindset once never made a mistake don. You'll never made innocent well. What's so philosophical in your strength? How much does this affect his legacy? We're talking obviously about.

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Publisher Simon & Schuster for sale, not 'core' to ViacomCBS

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Publisher Simon & Schuster for sale, not 'core' to ViacomCBS

"Simon and Schuster is up for sale the publisher of such authors as Stephen King and Bob Woodward releases nearly two thousand Bucks a year but Viacom CBS fresh off a merger is looking to sell its book publishing business CEO Bob Baker says the book publisher is not a core asset to the company says it is in video but he says it is a marquee asset that's highly

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Searching for Summer Shipp

True Crime Brewery

11:41 min | 5 months ago

Searching for Summer Shipp

"So summer shipp grew up under her given name Dolores in Granite City Illinois. Her mother Cora raised her and her three brothers alone after their alcoholic. Father left the family. Now Cora raise children as Jehovah's Witnesses and this was a religion there's some are continued to practice throughout her life. She did stop attending services but observed religion. She never celebrated Christmas birthdays. She said that every day was a holiday and she liked by her daughter and her friends gifts when it was her birthday. Isn't that Nice good? Sounds like a nice lady really really nice so some are grew up in extreme poverty under pretty rough circumstances and of this. She has pretty frugal but in our young adulthood she married a wealthy man John Ship and she lived for years in luxury however difficult childhood in Granite City. That never was far from her mind. John Ship was the manager for the local metro-goldwyn-mayer branch. Mgm when he moved to Kansas City from Florida in nineteen sixty nine now summer had moved to Kansas City just a few months previously. She saw the city as a place to forget her pass and she's going to create new life for herself. Yeah that was important to her to kind of start over. The childhood was rough so John. Lived in the same apartment complex as a friend of summers and when she visited that friend at the community pool she really caught Johns I. Some are was not a classic beauty but she was really pretty at five foot one inches tall and just over a hundred pounds. She was tiny but she was a bundle of energy sometimes described as sprightly so although John had a girlfriend at the time he broke things off with her to be with summer in October of nineteen. Seventy summer was pregnant and she told John on the night. He took her to see an advance screening of the movie. Two thousand one a space odyssey and after that they decided to move in together and just see if they could make things work. John's apartment became their first home together and their front door was just feet from the pool so John worked as he floated in the water and Sunday himself. The phone set nearby and when it rang he would just paddle to the edge of the pool and work on deals so this is kind of living the dream. I guess float around in the pool. Yeah phones broke their nice good way to do it but he did work hard. He negotiated film showing contracts for hundreds of theaters throughout Missouri and Kansas. So he was really on his way up in the industry at this point so some are in. John got married at the courthouse with John's brother and a friend of summers as witnesses and they had a daughter who they named Brandy. She had read here like her mother's but even brighter and darker and both summer and John were just thrilled with this little girl. They moved out of the apartment and rented a cottage that summer adored for a while and then as the money kept coming in two years later they moved into a duplex in a very upper class area living near professional football players so John left MGM and but an independent Film Distribution Company called Thomas Films and after he bought it he changed the name to Thomas and ship films. The company was more successful than he had ever could have been able to imagine. He made a ton of money so much money that he felt like he'd WanNa Lottery. Are He come up from humble beginnings himself? Yes I think in summer really didn't know what to do with all this money. It was foreign to both of them and I guess summer was able to kind of not focus on it. She just wasn't that interested in things but I think John it kind of affected him and he got carried away with it here. Well I knew her. Religion would seem to me to make her less desirous of money. And what money can buy share? I mean I'm sure she liked not having to worry about it like she had all her life absolutely and remember up until this time she's still going by her original name. Dolores but when brandy was just a toddler that's when she legally took on her new name. Summer brandies middle name was Alexis so some are named herself summer. Alexis ship and by the time brandy was three. John was making over two hundred thousand dollars a year. And this is the nineteen seventies. So I looked it up. And that's about seven hundred thousand dollars a year equivalent in today's money so ton of money tournament in nineteen seventy four. They bought a two story. English Tudor home in the exclusive Crestwood neighborhood and they had a house with a huge private in ground pool. An Art Gallery Jim Asana just everything. Yes so brandy was Kinda spoiled. When she was a little girl. It was almost unavoidable even though she did get a lot of attention as well as things but like I mentioned John's lifestyle just became out of control as his income was soaring. He spent time on the West and east coasts partying with the rich and famous. Eventually he found himself with an expensive dependence on cocaine and pills and is John pulled away from his home and family life into this life. Some are just kind of channeled her love and attention into raising her daughter. So Brandy got a lot of attention. Showered on her. Maybe too much if that's possible. Do you think that's possible to give a kid too much attention? No again it depends on what kind of attention. Well here's my thought on it. You can give them too much attention if you're allowing them to control you like when you're on the phone they're trying to take your attention away when people come over when you have worked to do. I mean there has to be a respect as well sure. That's why I said it depends on the kind of attention right so I think that it can be a bad thing when you get to the extreme. But that's not really the attention being the problem I guess that's more like the The fruits of the attention. Well yeah it's kind of the control like you want your child to see you as being in control of things when you don't want your child to take over control of what's going on day to day. Well I mean it can really be unhealthy and they can have a rude awakening when they get older. And everybody's not just falling over themselves to please them herbs moving so I think that's another issue is you don't want to raise them to feel entitled to everything so anyway I mean they did love her and it was a nice childhood although she was probably a little bit spoiled. Well how does she turn out? She turns out great. Okay so in. Nineteen seventy six. John took brandy in summer to the cons film festival ru and they spent time with David Kerosene is that the Kung Fu guy. Well that's the Carribean family. I don't know which one is which I think David was Kung-fu guy okay. And cary grant roll my love who carry granted yes. He was in one of my favorite movies. What was it sweep? Listen in Seattle now. An affair to remember. I know I was GONNA say that next so afterwards they went on an extended vacation to London Rome and Paris and they flew back to the United States on the First Air France Concorde flight from Paris to Washington. Dc wrong that's That's cool that's cool. That's Nice. Yes where she? Oh totally. And some are just felt like this poor country girl who was living like royalty. John became one of the biggest independent film distributors in the country and they were dining with. Paul Newman Joanne Woodward and Clint Eastwood Big names. Very big names especially in the seventies absolutely well when still around working yeah. He's still big but as her life was changing. Some are really didn't change. Who she was and I respect that. While John was traveling all over the world she stayed home and spent time with her daughter. She also invited other children over for play dates reading books and singing with them so she liked to share in her good fortune which. I think is so important. She even took time to volunteer at a home for emotionally disturbed young women and as a reward for good behavior. She would bring some of the girls to her house to swim for a day and loved it and they worked hard and did things so that they could earn a day at the pool so are like summer. She sounds like she's cutter head on straight and she's living the life. Well you know it's funny because they started reading the book about summer than I found online and I had no idea I was going to do the case but I did just feel such an affection for this woman that I enjoyed reading the book. It wasn't like work and I really enjoyed being able to Read about her in her life. Of course Jon was away a lot of the time. And he had his drinking habits in his drug habits so understandably their marriage suffered. There is a large Christmas office party in the late seventies when summer walked in on John and he and other parties were snorting large amounts of cocaine right on his desk so she walked out feeling pretty angry and worried at the same time. Sure I mean not only worried John but for her daughter you know. It's just very risky behavior. That he was getting into their relationship was getting more and more distant. Rose probably not a lot of good that comes out of a cocaine addiction or a drug addiction for that matter in marriage right. Something's going to happen well and it's interesting that when things stopped going so well for John and he has to really deal with things he does get better. So by nineteen eighty. His company started going downhill and the small films that John Distributed. Were really being snatched up by the major film companies without that business. He was quickly falling behind on his debts and he fell into some deep financial trouble because he hadn't saved enough. He was a big spender and happens. Cocaine is not free. I know but wouldn't you just put enough in a savings somewhere? In case the bottom falls out as a backup will most people would but a lot of people disfigure that. There's no end to this stuff. I guess you feel that way now is at this very very successful company. Money's just rolling in. I'd be of the opinion that this no change in that things are going to keep happening for me. Well and I'm kind of surprised that the way summer grew up that she didn't squirrel away more money because I personally waiting for the other shoe to drop and I liked to be prepared. Well Yeah but she did. She work well not really now. Not at that point or any money. She had came through her husband. Sheriff so what you're going to say to him honey. I need an extra thousand this week. 'cause I'm saving for when you go bankrupt? Well I just say. I WANNA start a savings account. I WANNA put a thousand dollars a week away and it shouldn't have fazed him when he was making so much

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"woodward" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"woodward" Discussed on KNSS

"As a back in touch and Woodward six thirty on a Thursday morning with that cool twenty six degrees worries are growing over the corona virus spreading in America fox's trace Gallagher reports in an op ed on foxnews dot com Kansas GOP congressman Roger Marshall who is a doctor says he's getting more concerned about the corona virus especially now that it might be hitting middle America Marshall is referring to a six potential case which is unconfirmed in his home state of Kansas quoting here the U. S. must continue to closely monitor and guard our ports of entry citizens and travelers returning from abroad and on that note of flight carrying a hundred ninety five Americans fleeing the outbreak in Wuhan landed at March air reserve base east of Los Angeles all passengers have cleared to screenings with no signs of sickness of some seventy seven hundred confirmed cases in China one hundred seventy have been fatal currently five infections are confirmed within the US Wichita now has the first ever alumni association for Spanish speaking community members police chief Gordon Ramsey says it's called the Hispanic Latino citizens police academy alumni association this is all about community policing and moving our officers closer to the community that we serve it's about building trust and and lowering our crime rate that's how we solve crime in the city when people give us steps senior assistant district attorney Avery Ellison says this is a key component for prosecuting cases to be able to communicate with your witnesses to have your witnesses to have those tips and have an officer who speak Spanish who was on the scene so really it comes full circle the alumni association currently has forty members it's expected to double in size by twenty twenty two the attorney who formerly represented porn star stormy Daniels and her lawsuits against president trump is on trial in New York City for extortion a federal prosecutor told the jury Michael Alfa not he was deep in debt and threaten to use his TV and social media presence like a modern weapon to try to extort up to twenty five million dollars from Nike aven noddies defense attorney acknowledged his client's aggressive tenacious and demanding behavior but argued that doesn't make him a criminal have an ID is accused of trying to shake down Nike by threatening to go public with evidence that the shoe maker paid off families of high school basketball prospects have an Audi is also awaiting trial in New York on charges that he cheated stormy Daniels out of proceeds of a book deal and a trial in California on charges of ripping off millions of dollars from clients and others he denies all of the allegations Steve Rappaport fox news but the first time in four years life expectancy in the U. S. has gone up the increase is small just a month but marks at least a temporary halt a downward trend the rise mostly because of lower death rates for cancer and drug overdoses the government calculation released is for twenty eighteen on average the an infant born last year in twenty eighteen is expected live about seventy eight years eight months for decades U. S. life expectancy was on the up swing with them for a four year period it declined or held steady a woman who believes she was fired over her pregnancy will now be allowed to sue a Pennsylvania teacher says she was fired from a job in a Roman Catholic school because the diocese was upset she was pregnant and unmarried the woman lost another bid for reinstatement but she will be allowed to proceed with her discrimination lawsuit she was fired in November of twenty eighteen after notifying the dis ease that she and her boyfriend were expecting a baby in June but had no immediate plans to get married the former teacher who is not Catholic has since given birth to a girl in remains on married the dies he stands by their decision saying it was carefully considered John saucier a fox news a San Francisco forty niner is making the Superbowl dreams of a fallen servicemembers family come true in partnership with USA a and the tragedy assistance program for survivors forty Niners star tied in George Kendall is providing tickets to Josephine and Nicholas Lamar the widow and son of army sergeant Martin Lamar to Sunday's game in Miami Lamar was killed during an insider attack in Mosul Iraq on January fifteenth twenty eleven when Iraqi soldier who was being trained by Americans opened fire the bar was forty three at the time of his death and is survived by his wife and five children in addition to cattle Carolina's panther running back Christian McCaffrey Denver Broncos line backer von Miller and Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera have teamed up.

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The future of Podcasting with Minter Dial

The Practical Futurist Podcast

08:52 min | 6 months ago

The future of Podcasting with Minter Dial

"Welcome to the practical futurist podcast. My guest today is a return guest. MINTA doll thanks for being back on the show my pleasure. We're GonNa talk about something close to your heart and more recently close to my heart. The future of podcasting you'll first episode was November. Twenty ten. What got you into podcasting? Well at the time I just left Liau. And and like so many things things I I wanted to do what was digital and so I started blogging in two thousand and six while on the executive active committee worldwide and at the time it was considered illegal if not improper to self promote where they considered itself community company in a big company. Soon as soon as I left I'd been listening to Pud cosmic wine. I try this out and so in a very amateur manner. I started cussing. I actually believe my first ones were right after I left and we're done in French the time I was in Paris so I started podcasting and I wanted to explore what it's like and and and then little by little home not just the technical aspects but mind skills. I remember years ago in Adelaide. I was offered to be on the university radio station and ahead. A slaughter was three in the morning and I decline that but I always look back to think what would have happened. If I'd actually taken up the offer so now I get to do that. Because essentially podcasting is a radio show right. That's why I use first of all that would become might have become a night owl and secondly I used to start off a Pud cost. The word is seemed so Gauche Woodward came from. Well I think the law basically says it's it's The different senior broadcast and politics. And so so the PODCAST IPOD and that's probably came together. So what are you gonNA add. podcasting I so the very first and most important thing is I learn so I I seek out individuals. I think are interesting. Done something and they don't need to be grandiose people they just I think if you get your listening skills feels turned on everybody you can learn from so I I seek out people that I'm interested to hang out. With and by the nature of recording inevitably inevitably. The other person feels like they need to show up and so then in that moment you get to learn stuff there they you just not gonna come with your b-game. We don't WANNA come to be games because Zeros like everyone's going to hear what you're saying it's a you think podcasting is replaced blogging. Well I think the blogging certainly has come under pressure and so for having blog for so long I can see that the volume of of people listening in common reading and commenting has declined and so put customers competing with blogging in terms of getting our attention span will it. Has It replaced. No I think that there's still a place ace for writing and reading and commenting But I do think it's a really interesting avenue for individuals authors of course worse but also companies. What do you think now is the time to podcasting? I think it has been the time to put costs for quite a while I think that people are now becoming coming more accustomed to the idea podcasting. There have been certain podcast shows that have really generalized the ability like cereal in the United States or your pet show down in Australia. And so you've you've seen the major media companies creates more regular well produced. podcast shows that are consumable on your time. So that convenience factor the more seamless experience downloading it. That it's now come round as opposed to weigh. It wasn't the Beginnings Finance Asia has made it easier and yet there's still plenty more room to grow so now maybe because there's still plenty more to go yet I would say that you shouldn't just launch podcast for the sake of doing a podcast. which is what I did at the beginning? I because I was just in the experimental mode. If you podcast you you should be thinking about as is a long term engagement engagement just like blogging in the day. And you want to think about why you're doing it because by the way it takes energy efforts resources. Yeah and so. If you're going to do it you better be aware of why you're doing it. And that's going to help you get up and do it. Do you think podcasts will become the new influences when we've gone. We've got fatigue from these instagram influences and brands realized they don't get anything out of it. Do you think podcastone will step up to have that level of authority. I think it depends on the platform that you have. There's there's definitely really You know all the major Pud Kosters where you have thirty forty million people downloading it every week. Yeah that's that's that's significant influence getting on their shows by the way. Good luck really. Well of course because Joe Rogan's Harrison so yes you'd love to be on the a show but it's going to be difficult so much more selective and and they're much more aware of their influence now the beginning when you were an infant service sort of kind of fun. Oh I've got a million followers so it'd become much more sophisticated and much more demanding and ultimately the thing about podcasting. Which is interesting is that it's hard to hide? You can manicure a beautiful photograph on Instagram. You can cut and pastes deletes REEDIT A blog post I. But it's a whole lot harder for you as the podcast producer in this case to edit mentor. So what's coming out of my mouth with the IMO emotion. The intonations you as a listener are much more capable of detecting bullshit but I think also for the podcast. They are on show. If you're not an expert it'll come out and if you're having a conversation like we are and obviously nodding and saying that's nice next question without actually being involved in I think that's what draws people in because and the reason why I'm doing shy we'd guests rather than just made no one wants to my voice. I want as intro. These voices choices that need to be heard. Well that's kind and yet I think what's interesting. Andrew is the more you know as put coster it also can create a much better environment virement and conversation and so by the nature of the questions. You're asking you of course in my opinion demonstrate knowledge because near the end it also demonstrates who you ars individual they they get your vibe and by the way they're going to hire US speak they better wanted us into what you say but I think there's this This rawness to it that makes it in the in the intimacy of the ear a really interesting medium in order to vehicle messages you mentioned before about about what brands and companies can do. I've started to listen to a few branded podcasts. You think that's the next area that brands can really explore. It really depends on what they're trying to achieve Steve. So if in their strategic overview in imperatives they have a specific need maybe put costing his answer put. Custody is not necessarily early. What needs to be done and so if you feel that you have an engagement I was even in B.? Two B. is probably far more interesting and Abebe environment where you have specific shared expertise within the business that you're operating where you will get. Experts in the interest of long form in podcast can be real interest and yet on the other side. You know. There are various formats for podcasting whether it's bite-sized two to five minutes. Get fifty minute slot. You Got Twenty Minute Commute. Got The forty five minute jog. You got the one and a half to four hours. You know people who just like to spend their time in a constant Audio matter maybe while the ironing or doing other activities Anyway so many formats and so what are you trying to achieve the type of audience and I think the key point then is to think about it as a long term ambition because by the way at the beginning for the most part you're GonNa get very very few people listening getting people accustomed to you understand that type of audience them the different types of people you have on the show get them coming along on a regular basis. You need to do this regularly and have constant interesting compensation of course they do a weekly format. How does it work in terms of production time and effort even put into that all right so a my general idea is to have a thirty minute type of view when you add in the post production that the pre-roland the postal it? All ends is up to run about thirty five minutes. I never have to do the interview and then I have to listen to the whole interview at the end to make sure that it's all good so from the the time I find set up. Do the interview postproduction. I think every show takes around three hours because I also had the show notes and everything is

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Average allowance? Nearly $10 a week, or $500 a year

Steve and Ted

03:22 min | 7 months ago

Average allowance? Nearly $10 a week, or $500 a year

"Ought to give the kids a weekly allowance right bond not because I need the cash but to jump start their educations and financial literacy right afterall it's never too early to start practicing good money habits and giving kids an allowance allows them to learn how best to spend and save it experts say parents night the first of all I never had that I can remember an allowance men and remember in junior high looks like mom used to give me five Bucks on Monday and but in lunch was fifty cents and the the other two fifty I could do with whatever I wanted I think that was about all see that's kind of an allowance a little bit yeah but ever ever reaches you to manage your money a regular mountain I want to get it managing I always found something like candy or something is spelled out anyway parents seem to be at night as with my kids I don't remember giving them a lot I said you need to money just come out give you money if it's if it's okay guy we felt like if it's if a kid has too much money they're gonna get in trouble one where the I'd say that's pretty good policy yeah just make a real high up on you well here's here's the latest okay sixty nine percent of parents doled out regular announces last year that's going to the surveillance yeah is this is from rooster money is a take kids allowance that's your high to me yeah children between the ages of four and fourteen averaged earned an average of four hundred and ninety nine dollars or nine dollars and fifty nine cents a week that's up six percent from a year earlier according to a study from rooster money kids allowed in wait a minute they're putting four year olds in this survey and for her four year olds in the survey studies findings are based on the spending habits of nearly fifty thousand of the app's users spending habits wow hello you know what the kids are you know your kids are spending their money if your kids do anything on the net in order everything about your kid whether going what's it doing outside room all right so allowances what happened at the Woodward house when you were growing up I know I'm in the same I'm kind of in the same way as you I did not get an allowance I wouldn't I don't know I was well what the kind of kid that one a lot of stuff I didn't either and I if I wanted something I waited for my birth there for Christmas and ask for men otherwise I didn't even do that I just kind of laid yeah just remember remember you something the other day about about my dad my dad mom and the starting of the football over west as a sophomore I needed a pair of football shoes so instead of going to the sporting goods store in getting you know with kids today get these here's a hundred and fifty seven thousand dollars choose for you anywhere near to sit near your fifteen year old kid my dad went to it there was a varsity football player I think was Hellboy at school which at west and he was he had a pair of shoes he would sell so I try to Monday if it then I think that game ten Bucks right away yeah there you go so that's the way I get taken care of now those shoes were the worst shoes I have ever worn in my life online they were like wearing like a cardboard or as an iron box on my feet and I have tender feet anyway and these things were terribly uncomfortable really but you know but do you live then go back to a dead you know these shoes are uncomfortable is he was at I don't set up okay compliments of put another pair socks you'll be fine yeah

Aerospace Suppliers Woodward and Hexcel to Merge

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

Aerospace Suppliers Woodward and Hexcel to Merge

"Update aerospace suppliers Woodward and heck cell plan to merge in what they say is a response to the rising tide of climate change pressures facing the industry the companies make parts for Boeing and Airbus jets Woodward and hacked cell say their merger will allow them to expand spending on research and development of more efficient engines and lightweight

Woodward, Hexcel attempt to become a force in aerospace

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:14 sec | 7 months ago

Woodward, Hexcel attempt to become a force in aerospace

"To suppliers to Boeing are getting together creating one of the world's biggest aerospace and defense supply companies Colorado based Woodward will combine with Connecticut based tech sell in an all stock deal the gives Woodward a controlling stake in the merged

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Chiefs vs. Chargers: Win game you should win

Steve and Ted

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Chiefs vs. Chargers: Win game you should win

"Woodward look at the chiefs and final raider games this season coming up this weekend for the chief threatened yes on Sunday afternoon the chiefs will finish up the regular season they've already got a playoff spot just don't know where yet the Chargers and the chiefs in the regular season finale teams forty one the division they won ten of their last eleven against the Chargers last five games chiefs defense allowing nine and a half points a game not on a net leads the NFL in that five weeks straight and everyone that says that defense was suspect it'll it'll run around well yeah has the company been great well if you'll be the patriots in that so yeah but you know they also they had Lani increases over cone yeah we're trying to figure still trying to figure out that is legit Jeez can take that in the post season keep that no one that Lionel really be so the chiefs are still did the deal is the chief you're still trying to get a first round bye in the playoffs can they get next week off they can do it if the chiefs win in the patriots lose doesn't seem likely the patriots are a sixteen point favorite at home

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2 kicked out of National Guard over white supremacist ties

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

2 kicked out of National Guard over white supremacist ties

"Dalton Woodward and branding Trent east a reputed leaders of the Norse pagan group part of the us a true focus Embley which is set to endorse white supremacy they were photographed two years ago carrying signs at a speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer at Auburn University east he's been forced out of the Alabama National Guard also lost his job as a county jailer in Georgia he denies being a racist and says he just wants to worship the same way his Norse ancestors did centuries ago the military's been struggling to root out sympathizers of white supremacy causes I'm Jackie Quinn

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America's Thanksgiving Day Parade will shine bright in Detroit for 93 years running

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

America's Thanksgiving Day Parade will shine bright in Detroit for 93 years running

"For thousands of spectators lining Woodward in Detroit yesterday for the ninety third America's thanksgiving parade grand marshals former Detroit mayor Dennis archer and the Detroit youth choir Tony Michaels heads up the parade company which puts on the event this is really the biggest day in Detroit hands down America's thanksgiving parade present America fan you know what this event is owned by the hearts of the people of Detroit and their parade in Detroit is in just a local affair it was also shown on national television in parts of the

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Thanksgiving Day Parades Around the Country

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

Thanksgiving Day Parades Around the Country

"This also happened downtown today but it was far more enjoyable and that lines lost thousands of spectators lined Woodward Avenue in Detroit for the ninety third addition of America's thanksgiving parade grand marshals were former Detroit mayor Dennis archer on the track you quite Tony Michaels heads up the parade company which puts on the event this is really the biggest day in Detroit hands down America's thanksgiving parade percent of our band you know what this event is owned by the hearts of the people of Detroit the parade in Detroit is not just a local affair which show nationally across the country another parade after what appeared to be a close call for the annual Macy's thanksgiving day parade the balloons were allowed to fly though not as high as normally New York not the only place with a thanksgiving parade CBS's Errol Barnett has highlights from coast to coast by dozens of hand

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Tesla unveils its first electric pickup, the Cybertruck, starting at $39,900

Talking Tech

01:42 min | 9 months ago

Tesla unveils its first electric pickup, the Cybertruck, starting at $39,900

"Tesla just introduced a new truck electric truck Chris Woodward from USA Day is at Tesla headquarters right now and he is seen the truck and before we started talking. He told me he's never seen anything like it before Chris till people in Jefferson. I I am shocked. This is the most radical pickup truck that would ever be in the market. It's almost like a spaceship or military vehicle. It's very sharply-angled Liangel to both ends. It looks like it's bigger than a conventional full-sized product truck a cab a cab or crew cab in front and Abedin back with the cover. It's just a remarkable vehicle so it's going to start at forty thousand dollars but they're not saying when it will be out correct. Yeah thirty nine nine to be exact That's where the two hundred fifty mile range version remember electric. It's going to be forty nine. Nine hundred word for the three hundred mile version and sixty nine nine hundred. The five hundred mile version five hundred mile range would be make it the longest range range electric vehicle out there now but as as listeners know tesla loves to make announcements but when we get to see these things could take years yes but sometimes they are really dead set on a particular product and really getting out the door. You know you're absolutely right sometimes. You're just trying to gauge demand or trying to make an impact but this is really something I mean. There's a crowd of about oriented out here right now you can still hear the excitement in my voice And the crowd crowds just going crazy when this vehicle grove on stage and they saw the numbers that went with it.

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"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

17:03 min | 10 months ago

"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"How you can get those same results here's your host David Woodward welcome back everybody this has been a fun fun in Your Business I one of the big things we run across right now is this whole concept a lot of people get frustrated with problems and I buy curtis talk a ton about the book play bigger play bigger is a book that was written by a bunch of amazing guys and the whole idea behind this is where the out of category kings came from in the book they actually tell you exactly what it takes to create and to become a category king and the if you take a look from the problem is your attitude about the problem that's what I want to spend some time talking about here they actually reference here's as we tip our hats to Ambra shares for this EPA quote about problems in her book the sisterhood of the traveling pants. It's so good to Captain Jack Sparrow offense steals in his means so realize that this whole except as far as the problem is not the problem the problem is your attitude about the problem I think too often people get frustrated at overwhelmed with the problems that they're in with I was interesting we were in a situation just this last week where we were at our traffic's Halcon and there was at this time of the year as we get closer hacking live realize our DEV team as a ton of things that need to get done and there's a whole bunch of priorities and everybody keeps the problem and so I just went back to the team and said guys listen of all things we need to do I need this thing taken care of so tell me what has to be sacrificed I would love to be able to do this right now but I just can't and you have pushed that aside that alleviates the problem solves the problem and it changes your attitude and the way who I talked to I I've seen in our own business where certain things people get really anxious about as fucked me as I take a look if you haven't read a play bigger dot go to play bigger dot com or go to Amazon and make sure you get the book it's just it's a great understanding genius solutions to problems no one thought they had or others they couldn't be cracked without a great problem there is no solution without a great problem there is no company and most importantly without a great problem there is no category we're looking for the pirates the dreamers and innovators who lived to solve great problems in new and astonishing expensive time talking about how you basically changed your attitude about your problems have an amazing day.

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Sid Fernando

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:19 min | 10 months ago

Sid Fernando

"Elsayed good morning I'm good said I didn't think to ask this accept the fact that The dirt mile fresh top of mind off of Mary's visit a we know that it's been an intrusive edition in a handle generator but what's what's its role really as a contributor into a stallion the prospect it just doesn't feel like it it it's all that valuable or or important from that standpoint well I think if you you know look at what Dick Mandela had told recorder as Lake to build sending in the article in the end his leaning towards sprint because appeals to more prestigious rates in the Breeders Cup Mile Dirt Mile and I kinda tell your you need to know the dirt mile probably lack of You know better word probably you're spot for unquote but he decided to go and sprint because it's much more prestigious rates you know the thing is mile races are important yet cigar mile obviously metropolitan mile those races are a pretty big stallions resume the Breeders Cup dirt mile as opposed to the biggest cup mile on on the glass doesn't have that cachet which basically question and with that idea in mind and absolutely right just looking at the and and here's you know here's the list of winners and of course city alight last year Battle of Midway Thamar coups Lemes map and certainly his his stallion career off to a very nice start golden sense back to back tap czar calebs Ossete Dakota phone furthest Land Albertus Maximus and Carinthian the first of the the dirt mile winners so it it isn't it's not as if you know that list golden sense in recent years golden sense and Leems map can't you can't argue with the with the early returns on hairstyling efforts no you know Liam's math at one of the prestigious Woodward Cutler is like Golden sense showed us forum early by winning Santa Anita Derby Day later cut back in in trips in one the I think he wanted dirt mild lights right no I mean you know both those horses are promising career tally as well obviously you know came into that race Legitimate prospects beforehand you know a wonderfully Catalina cruiser interestingly enough going this dirt mile and I don't know if they will or not because the only blemish is record I believe is that the dirt mile from a year ago the way he's he's perfect but the one thing he's whacking is that great one and that that would be important Chris his careers balancing now that's a fair that's a fair points for for a horse like for a horse like him just getting that yeah just getting that mark is is probably is probably enough and so from that standpoint you you WanNa pick the the race that is more likely to you're more likely to win remember I think when when when Vinnie Viola and and Todd pletcher made that choice with Liam's map it felt a little this pointing I mean because he looked coming off the Woodward way yeah it just felt like go for the brass ring although at the same time going off going off with a slam dunk slam dunk to some degree in the in the so you still have to go out and win it they don't give it away no exactly I so I just hit the big my biggest frustration I have no problem with anybody that goes in this direction it just it it in the breeders cups interest in handing the event it just invariably has taken courses from you know from two of the much more important races the classic and and the sprint although this year it's certainly not going to hurt the sprint this year the sprint which has been kind of limping along with smallish builds and and you know a little less interesting than it used to be not this year it's got every potential to be as as entertaining his any race on on the on the card over the two days said aside from Breeders Cup I've got a bunch of boy a whole bunch of things to talk about

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Dave Woodward Talks About the Success of Clickfunnels

Beyond 8 Figures

08:28 min | 10 months ago

Dave Woodward Talks About the Success of Clickfunnels

"Ah five hundred years we by that time you're pro we were probably right about there we ended two thousand fifteen with ten thousand users okay yeah yeah so in you know of course I'm Gonna I'm GonNa donate here just cut in at any point here because you're going to go to town here but so let me just ask you this habit is still outside of ours of our Saas revenue model and our whole eventually at some point we would like to Benchley look possibly maybe trying that in not in near future but that might be something where we look at our whole focus really is the thing we've realized for US whenever you're a soffer company like we are the biggest number you always do this churn and so we're always trying to find ways that we can decrease churn the greatest way for us to decrease churn actually is by providing is by me ensure that our customers have the grace amount success as fast as possible and that's success is really come through coaching and in the past we had them pay for outside we now are basically giving it away inside of her in platform as an effort to to increase the retention and increase lifetime value as well as the average revenue per us

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"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"It's the embossed apple logo exactly what you would expect. Even though it's a credit card so realize that the way you present things to your customers it does matter does does it take a little more time a little more might yes it does but unfortunately those are the it's really hard to calculate what is the Roi on that. I was in the rise in store today getting a new screen cover on on my iphone now walk in. I'm sitting there talking about it so it looks like all you sell our apple phoned don't and Samsung it goes no got algae and we've got Motorola and I said but why do I only see Samsung Napoli goes. Those are the ones who really mark and he goes but but really the only thing we really sell is apple products and I'm like there's a reason behind it. Yes apple's products are great and all that kind of stuff more important that they know their customer and the better you are at knowing who your Avatar is and how you present thinks specifically to them the better you're going to be a connecting with them on an emotional level now realize that selling is all done three motion and so when they received the product there's an emotion that's associated with that purchase and so so if you can increase the level of emotional excitement and intensity with the receiving of what they already purchased it solidifies that purchase it decreases creases refunds. It allows people to go. Oh my gosh I really really want to do more business with this company and that's the whole idea behind marketing so so please understand is you're looking at your products and you're looking at the way you're presenting them and delivering them too often. We get so focused on everything's done through online. Hi digital delivery realize the best in the world is to take people from online to offline apple. Just did that with me on a credit card. They took me from online offline and here. I am talking to lily thousands of people. I just did a facebook live. I also did an instagram story. All about this crazy situation situation associated with my receiving apple card they I don't know how many people now go look at Apple's card now just because of my my social presence out out there but guaranteed it's more than one and so if it's more than two that means they doubled over on whatever they got from me from an ad spend so realized realized that don't be so shortsighted when you're thinking. I just got to get something out there. I gotta get something delivered spend the time. Go through it again if you haven't seen the apple cart I'm sure if you were to go go to youtube and just type in apple cart on boxing or something like that. You'll see people describe and show you exactly what has described to you so again have an amazing day. Hey if you haven't gone through the one frontal a challenge by all means please please go sign up for the one challenge and in doing so pay attention to the way in which the box is is presented. Take a look at the way the box when you see the box how it's presented at Amazing Day. Wish you all the best in your business and remember. You're just one funnel away all right hope. You enjoyed the podcast right now. We're going on our jury to one hundred thousand users. We really want to invite you along at one of the ways we can bite you long to find out what you think about what we're currently doing so please rate review this share this with others. Take a picture of this and post on Instagram tag us in it tag funnel hacker radio or tag. Dave Woodward love know what the thoughts are and most importantly the ways that we can actually help you journey to whatever number of users or customers or community. You're trying to build remember. You've just one funnel away.

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"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Here's your host Dade Woodward. Everybody welcome back. I'm so excited. Because this is my second episode of my wife, my Princess carry Woodward. So excited to have her here. We wanted to talk to you a little bit about what it takes the survivor and entrepreneurial marriage seven secrets that we've looked at we've been married for twenty five years and last so a year ago, January my son, our oldest son Chandler got married, and he married. Our first our first daughter into our family of four boys and Chandler's the oldest. So he married Fran. She's from Chile and her experience as far as entrepreneurs, they were the people basically who couldn't get a job. They were always the broke people and the idea of her husband wanting to become an entrepreneur was something that was really scary. So she was phone hacking live last year as well as this year where she kinda got introduced to a different idea of what an entre poor was having grown up in Chile. The way out of being an entrepreneur actually was going to college and getting degree and becoming a doctor an attorney and accountant something that had designations and letters behind it. That's the only way you could actually really make it. And she got exposed to the fact that maybe you actually could even do better than a doctrine attorney or an accountant or any other person with letters behind their names by actually being the entrepreneur actually owns the business. And so we've got a lot of conversations with them. And it's been interesting as my wife would sit you're talking about some of the things that we've learned over the last twenty five years and thought, you know, what it might be fun to share those with you. So we're going to do is tell you basically seven of the secrets that we've found to surviving being married to an entrepreneur Sweden. sweet I'm gonna gonna let let you. you take this away. Okay. So when when they went to their seeing them in this past year of them trying to take on this journey of wanting to chase their dreams glove to their goals and make a difference in the world and really go after their passions. It was just like a total. I opener for me of. Wow. Like looking back of what our past twenty five years have been about. And I think that that was something that really started to make me look at it a little bit different. And realized that the first secret with it is enjoying the journey because I think as entrepreneurs so many times you get so focused on the goal, and it's so much work. Right. I mean like you look at someone who is trying to like, let's talk about the Olympics. First of all they Olympics. I love watching these stories at the Olympics because it talks about what it took for those people to get their right? But with entrepreneurs we sometimes forget that we're just like. Like that. Like, we have to work so hard in all those long training days through our journey in order to be able to get to the place where our goal is wherever that that is. So I think that that's one of the things that as I you know, we start talking to our son, and our daughter-in-law that importance of you guys have got to celebrate your wins and realize that you have to also look at moments of how far that you've come and not get so caught up in how far you have to go. Oh my gosh. That probably was one of the biggest weaknesses. I had was the goal was so far out there that I at times, I just yet made a lot of wins that have been successful. But it was nowhere near where I wanted to go or be, and I remember times my Princess would be sitting there going, but look how far we've come my cabin. Look how much farther we have to go. And I think it's real important that you take the time to actually stop for a second. And look back over that path and realize oh my gosh. I can't believe how much I've learned how much I've grown how much I've made the impact I've had and who I've become because I think part of the entrepreneurial journey is who you personally become through it all and that's why when you're married to entrepreneur, it's important. Both of you understand. There's a becoming face and that becoming phases..

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"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Here's your host Dade Woodward haven lockers, welcome back. It's going to kind of crazy story of less couple of days. Our getting ready to perform I can live you probably listen after in line, but it's gonna get you caught up on some of the craziness stuff going around the office. Late nights and everything else and the repercussions of late night. So let me tell you what happened just it was two nights ago. I was working late here at the office. Russell myself tons of are really hamels half the offices. It was in here. We had Nick and John Brent Jake, and it was just getting late. It was one of those things where everyone's just putting in time Russell had to take off take care some family stuff. And I ended up staying super late that night, and as he was leaving basically, you know, what they want. Plate. If you want to go ahead, and I'll take the early workout time at six AM, if you wanna take the nine o'clock, and I'm like that would be fantastic love get some rest. So Russell took the six AM workout time, and I took the nine, and when I got there I woke up totally refreshed, and what happened is typically does all of a sudden, it was eight thirty herbs about seven thirty and my phone in my Email everything else just started blowing up in the day. Just got way out of control. Oh my gosh. Maybe she didn't even go to this work. I just I got so much. Gotta get dodge. Can't I can't do this. I'd have to just it's not fair to Eric. It's not I just need to go. Do the work. In fact, I'll just go early was my thought I'd just go early and then getting kind of get start. So I suppose to be they're nine I got over there. Eight thirty and Eric cabinet pulling a right behind me, Eric's, the guy's been trained Russell nine. And when we got there. I said, listen, Eric, my days, gone crazy. I have to be out of here by nine thirty. I really there's so much going on. I just cannot afford to be late. So if we just make sure we get through this thing real quick. And is get this thing done because I don't know problem. Dave, we'll just we'll get effort and men. Did we ever I was? So I was beat. There was like no rest between. It was just like oh my gosh. I'm just exhausted doing legs. And I just got to that point nine twenty. I'm tired. I'm like, I got a whole day in front of me. I didn't get much sleep last night. I didn't feel like it did. And then all these sunny brings out the dreaded most painful. Symbol of torture that I just hate. I just cringe at just a Louis start to sweat more than go for just because I'm like, I know how painful this is going to be what he brought out is what we refer to as the BF our bands stands for blood flow resistance bands. So what you basically do you put this almost like Ternate the top of your thighs? And then you inflate it. It's like a surgical. It's so it's like fabric surgical tube inside, and you inflate this this tube. So that basically cuts off a lot of the blood flow to your legs. And the whole idea is basically helps you get a large pump. And you get actually to isolate more muscle helps build more muscle faster. It depletes the oxygen. Just really the idea is a great idea. The only problem is it's super super painful. And then the idea is then do step onto step up on the box. So he put it on one leg you put that leg up on a on about a box eighteen inches to feet off the ground, and you do. Step up to thirty of them..

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"woodward" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"woodward" Discussed on Kickass News

"Hi there. I'm Ben Matheson. Welcome to kick ass politics. I'm honored to have a true Washington legend on the show today, author and journalist Bob Woodward in nineteen seventy two together with fellow Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein, Bob Woodward reported extensively on the Watergate scandal tying it all the way up the chain of command to president Nixon himself and eventually leading to Nixon's resignation, gene Roberts. Former managing editor of the New York Times called Woodward and Bernstein's work, quote, maybe the single greatest reporting of all time and my guest in the previous episode. Fred Barnes of the weekly standard called Woodward. Quote, the best pure reporter of his generation perhaps ever Woodward and Bernstein, one the Washington Post a Pulitzer prize for their reporting on the Watergate scandal and in two thousand one Bob Woodward again earned a Pulitzer prize. Is for the post as the main reporter in that paper's coverage of the nine eleven terrorist attacks today Woodward remains, an associate editor for the Washington Post and along the way, he's authored or co authored no less than seventeen national bestsellers, including a dozen books that made it to the number one spot on the New York Times bestseller list for nonfiction that includes the classic all the king's men, which was later made into a movie in which Bob Woodward was portrayed by actor Robert Redford will now he's revisiting Nixon and his new book called the last of the president's men, which is based on countless documents. In firsthand interviews with Alexander p Butterfield Butterfield was the right hand man of Nixon's chief of staff, HR Haldeman and today for all purposes. He's the last of the true insiders left from the Nixon White House. As a matter of fact, he's the guy who oversaw the installation of that infamous recording system in Nixon's Oval Office. And he's also the one who later revealed the existence of the Nixon tapes to the Watergate committee today, Bob Woodward, and I will talk about what Butterfield revealed to him about Watergate, Vietnam, and the complicated and disturbed, man. That was president Richard Nixon coming up with my guest. Bob Woodward in just a moment..

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"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Here's your host Dade Woodward while there is so much craziness going on right now. I don't even know where to start. So first of all welcome back on like a radio. I'm super super excited to talk about this topic. It's one of the things I'm I'm extremely passionate about only because Louis has changed my life. So I want to dive right into this kind of tell you if I if you haven't seen episode one three of funnel hacker, TV you gotta go to YouTube got check that one out because that's all about dream force and our event there in rush on some amazing takeaways. I'm gonna talk to guys right now about this. Crazy crazy concept of events, and what works what doesn't work why they're so successful and the importance of you getting out to a regular basis. So I'll just I'm looking at my calendar last week, basically two weeks. So we are in dream force. And was most a mind blowing thing I'll talk about that in just a second this weekend. I'm actually here but miles and the team just flew down to be with Russell at. Russel's got a brand new presentation. He's presenting at at flip packing live following that the next weekend. Twenty twenty six we actually we have traffic secrets again, I'll talked about this whole content thing just a second. After that the phone week is Gina's network all by launch con followed by a event as far as the national entrepreneur of the year event. So what I want to talk to you is about is the importance of getting out to events even win you feel like you can't afford it. This is by far one of the things lily change, my entire business changed my entire life. And so first of all those people say you can't afford to go one of the things I've been there. I know exactly what that's like. And so I actually volunteered at a couple of vents to do nothing else. I just wanted to be in the room. I just wanted to be there to here to feel the energy of event. Now, if you guys haven't already signed up and bought a ticket for photo hacking live you got to go there. I go. Hacking live dot com. And now I wanna talk to you guys about events and why life changes at events. There's a ton of different reasons. Some of the main ones I've seen for myself is as an entrepreneur, it's extremely lonely. It's. You miss out on the camaraderie that you get in an office environment or just by being around people. And whether you're an introvert or extrovert doesn't matter you still need to have people in your life. And the crazy thing for me is at an event the energy there. No matter what whether you find yourself.

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"woodward" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"woodward" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Livery gradually became the norm. The process of releasing an operating software became its own set of engineering challenges. And this was tackled by the operations or sys admin team at a software company. This made there be two different sets of engineers, those who were developing the software and those who were operating the software. The incentives of these two types of engineers were not completely aligned. The software developers wanted to build software quickly and released new features, and the operators wanted things to be released more slowly because if something broke the operators, the sys admins, they were the first line of defense for fixing those problems. These problems between development and operations gave rise to the DevOps movement in which developers and operations started working more closely together and sharing responsibilities. Incentives became more closely aligned and new types of software was created to facilitate more harmonious. Relationships between developers and operations. For example, continuous delivery pipelines continues delivery pipelines were a newer kind of software built around the time of a movement towards widespread DevOps today. Most enterprises are still undergoing a transformation from monolithic software release cycles to continuous delivery. This is often referred to as a DevOps transformation. A DevOps transformation requires the entire organization to reorient itself around faster software release cycles, and this could be a painful process. We've covered it in many past shows in several different case studies and hearing case studies from these different enterprises can be helpful for figuring out how to reorient your own enterprise. Microsoft is a useful case study in shifting towards DevOps windows is perhaps the biggest model that code base in history and the fact that Microsoft could react windows to be easy. To work with should provide some reassurance to other enterprises that are currently undergoing their own migrations. Martin Woodward has been at Microsoft for thirteen years, and he joins the show to talk about how software delivery within the company has evolved. We discussed the move from boxed software delivery to delivery via the cloud and focused on a few specific long standing products such as windows Martin has been part of the effort to build as your DevOps, which is a product that offers similar tools to the ones.

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"woodward" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"woodward" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"And I'm sure that part of what is going on, and there was some reporting of this is Muller is even if he doesn't cooperate. Mueller's gonna want Manafort to admit to certain things that have been heavily disputed by the president. I think Jason Johnson of palmetto for does that of Paul Manafort decides that the truth is that he. Is guilty and he gets up and admits that he's guilty. He will no longer be considered a brave man by this president of the United States. No, he will be considered a very dangerous man by this resin United States because what does Paul Manafort have to offer brilliant insight. Some suggestions for suits maybe some information about Ukrainians. No, he primarily has information to offer about this presidency about this campaign about communications about finances. That's the only thing that Paul Manafort can really come to the table and offer this investigation. So it becomes a very dangerous man for this administration. I think it's important to note that the fact that he's considering these negotiations means either doesn't believe that presidential pardon is coming or doesn't believe they presidential pardon can cover him from all the crimes. He is potentially guilty of. And that's the other layer to this that sends a message to everybody else out there. Maybe pardons won't be enough and working with Miller might be your safer option. Maybe there are so many stunning things in Bob Woodward's book, but one of them. Is John Dobbs obvious cooperation with Bob Woodward on this book which seems to be violation of the attorney client privilege? Well, it's a violation if he's revealing, yes, conversations that he had directly with Trump which it seems like he is he had, although some of it is you say is also his internal dialogue that things he wished he had said to trumpet, I think that seems to be, but he's in there in with phone calls to his client telling Bob Woodward the words in quotation marks that were set on phone conversations. There's no question. He should not be doing that. It's a, it's a violation of the attorney client privilege and a number of ethical rules. I don't know if he just doesn't care or it seems like what Dowd wants to do is sort of get his story out there about why it is that he left the team. It wasn't because. You know, as you said he thinks he's guilty of collusion, but because he thinks Trump can't tell the truth. And I think the important thing about that statement which is which plays such a big part in doubts book. Sorry, Woodward's book is that you no doubt knows that Trump could go in there and lie about the weather. He could lie about things that don't matter. And that's not going to get prosecuted for perjury because it's not a material xactly. It needs to be material and so down by saying that by saying you're going to end up in an orange jumpsuit or some version of that, he's really saying that he thinks Trump's gonna lie about things that would have a real impact on the investigation. And what that tells me that he thinks Trump knows things that would have an effect on the investigation. So this whole claim of Trump's knows nothing about collusion. No conversations with Russians that just doesn't ring true with what doubt is saying here about the back story squeeze in a break here. Mimi Roker, Jason Johnson. We're gonna come back. Thank you both for joining us coming up the president who can never find fault with Ladimir Putin. Now faces a new test. We have an NBC news exclusive report tonight that Russia may have been behind an attack against US diplomats in Cuba..

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"woodward" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"woodward" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"It's difficult to rationally argue that the book could be both fiction dreamed up by Woodward and a betrayal by former top stewards of the administration who shared with the famed journalist, alarming details of how the White House functions journey. Our discussion now leading us off tonight, Tim O'Brien, he is the executive editor of Bloomberg view is the author of Trump nation the art of being the Donald and MSNBC contributor. David corn is with us. He's the Washington bureau, chief for mother Jones co, author of the book, Russian roulette, and an MSNBC political analyst. David Maraniss and associated editor at the wash. Post and the best selling author who has written biographies on presidents Clinton and Obama and let me go to David David, Maraniss on this. You have read books about presidencies. You have written books about presidencies. You have read Bob Woodward books about presidencies before. The president tonight trying just the most lame White House reaction to a Bob Woodward book ever. And where do you think this stands up at the moment in the Bob Woodward versus the credibility of the Trump White House? So many paths Bob's have so many pets just told Rachel in the last hour? Yes. You know, one way of sort of Watergate redux with non denial denials. People who spent hours and hours with Bob Woodward and gave him documents, denying things that they said to him when he has them on tape and has the documents in the war on truth. I can't think of a better general on the side of truth in Bob Woodward, and that's where we stand right now. Here's a quote from rob porter in the book. And let's just remember that report and Gary Cohn they're written statements today do not try today to attempt to contradict a single word. In the book. Porter says, it felt like we were walking along the edge of the cliff perpetually. Other times we would fall over the edge, an action would be taken and Tim O'Brien the, it's very clear. I mean, anyone who knows how to read these books can tell, but rob border is a direct source speaking directly to Bob Wilber as Gary Cohn and the statements they've issued today are things that have happened with Woodward. Books before and Woodward has said in the past that sometimes people will actually tell him, sorry, but I'm coming out today and I'm going to say something negative about the book. Even though of course, I did give you all this interview material. Let the most famous this has happened before is Mark felt who was deep throat for both Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, but Mark felt spent the thirty years after that book came out, denying that he was the source for the book because everyone in Washington needs to insulate them cells from the fallout of a Bob Woodward book. There's a good chance at a number of the people in the White House who have stepped up and said, this isn't an accurate account, or I never said what I said are simply covering themselves because they're aware that there with a president who's going to be indicative and there's going to try to take them off the stage. And I think that the other issue here that comes out in full spades in this with what all of them are. Contending with is they've got a president who's profoundly ignorant..

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"woodward" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"woodward" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"But now we see reports that the president is considering removing him, especially after Bob Woodward's reporting in which Mattis says, allegedly, incredibly. I think that President Trump has the knowledge of a six or a fifth grader on a. About the Korean peninsula and other issues, perhaps General Mattis isn't going to be there be around too much longer, and that's concerning to. I want to listen to something that Bob Woodward said on the today show this morning because it's a little. It's not so clear to us, not people aren't professionals in the intelligence community. I'd like to Erie action to it. Let's listen to what he said. Here's the problem. This is not been treated seriously enough and and the things some of the things Trump did and does jeopardize the real national security. This country does some things in the intelligence world which are so important to protect the country. They are astonished in there is secret. They are called special access programs and he jeopardizes them. Richard Clarke few reporters know more about that until gents community than does what was your interpretation of what he was talking about there? Well, let's talk about special access programs, but I think it's going to stop you there. That is a particular phrase referring to particular things. Special access programs are things above top secret. They are activities that go on in the world that restricted to a very small handful of people. The knowledge of those activities that usually collection activities and they're extremely sensitive, which means knowledge of them would mean that they would end if they were exposed. And they are usually ways that we collect very vital information often about foreign leadership. Let me just stop at that. I don't think the intelligence community is telling the president about them. They may be telling him some of the results, but they're certainly not telling him how we collect it because who knows what he would say to the Russians who knows what he would say to the press. He doesn't know what not to say and when not to say it. And so there probably is a wealth of information that he doesn't get and every and you can see just in the way we were talking about it. He was doing it with as much care as Richard Clarke there, knowing how sensitive this arena is, and it's just it's hard to conceive of Donald Trump being around information like that. That's right. And I think Richard May be right about information. That at this point isn't getting to the president, which is truly sad because we need a leader who has this kind of information and who can use it to make wise decisions. We need that for our own security. But the reality is there certain. Things that the intelligence community that the Central Intelligence Agency, for example, just simply can't do without the president's signature. And so then the question becomes okay, is that are those things happening or are they not happening under President Trump's leadership? I think many of them are happening, which means the president knows about them. Those are things that are done in a secretive manner to to achieve our interests and protect our security, but that if they were known, could put people's lives at risk or could put our security risk could trigger greater greater problems in so so yes, we have to be concerned about the president's accessed information. But what I'm more concerned about is what he will do with his power will he, it may be the power to thumb. One hundred and eighty character tweet that that triggers conflict or the preparations for conflict. It may be that he, he authorizes a military action that is then executed that was ill, informed and unwise that. Rigors, broader conflict. That's what I'm more worried about. Evan McMullen. Thank you very much for.

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"woodward" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"woodward" Discussed on WRVA

"Op Ed an anonymous person wrote this. This senior official has written anonymous op Ed it's anonymous op-ed an unprecedented op Ed from an unnamed current Trump administration official an anonymous op who wrote this anonymously it's anonymous and anonymous. Head. Explosive new book fear undeniably gripping the White House. I'll talking to Bob Woodward's book from Bob Woodward Cording to what words reporting. Bob Woodward Woodward. Footwork woodward. Woodward woodward. Bob Woodward is really a full court to try to push back against Bob Woodward's book. Bob Woodward book, Bob Woodward. Bob woodward. Bob Woodward delivered. Bob woodward. We read it in the Bob Woodward book, eight dizzying twenty four hours in the Russia investigation. Russia Russia, Russia and Russians rushing Russia. Russia Russia Russia, Russia, Russia, Russia, Russians Russian government. So Donald Trump has turned the Oval Office. Hey. Built this country one hundred ten years ago comments, Paul countries. Whole whole whole whole house. Do you think these countries every hour that passes we get more from Michael Wolff? I read this book, and we're gonna talk about this book, fire and fury. Michael Wolff, author Michael wolf, Michael wolf, Michael Wolff, his new book won't Michael wall. Stormy saga takes a dramatic. Turn. Stormy Daniels Daniels. Stormy daniels. Stormy daniels. Stormy Daniels charming day. Now, if you had a he said, she said between the president Omarosa. Omarosa, I'm I'm Rosa maroshek. Omarosa. Omarosa manigault Newman maroshek morose. Omarosa manigault Newman the likelihood of impeachment. I'm not saying it's high necessarily, but it certainly went up is itself an impeachable offense consider something as serious as impeachment impeachment impeachment impeachment impeachment. Impeachment. Impeach impeachment patriot impeach impeachment impeachment impeachment impeachment. All right. Joining us now to discuss we have Jonathan Gillam author of the newly released book sheep, no more. That's the media sheep, still and Danielle McLaughlin, attorney and constitutional expert. How are you? Welcome to the program. You'd never hear the litany of success of the president ever. You never hear a single thing. Like, for example, we have news out today. Oh, a forty nine year record low in terms of applications for unemployment. Why would we ever want to talk about something like that a jobless claims forty nine year low? Why would we ever want to discuss something as important as that when we can obsess about anonymous anonymous anonymous, oh, and basically it's somebody that is trying to cowardly undercut the president which puts the presidency in jeopardy. What if this person is hearing, the president talk about war or intelligence or plans for war, and that this person is openly trying to undermine the duly elected president because they think they know better than the American people, and they think they'll take it upon themselves to be president on their own without any accountability to the electorate that put the real president in office. Danielle. Hey, Sean, how you doing? Hey, Jonathan you know, I do agree with you that this anonymous new times op-ed and somewhat cowardly maybe for different reasons than us that if you have a problem with the president, and I think you should put your name to it. And you should be willing to risk your job. I think leads people who are possibly trying to do their best on the circumstances. Open to attack, and I think people are not gonna believe this person necessarily as it relates to economic news. Yes. Jobless claims Louis that bean. It's incredible good news. But I think that we need to walk and chew gum the same time. I think the cavenaugh hearing taking up a lot of the airwaves, but I do agree that a lot of these economic successes that maybe not played off as much as I should be on the other hand, they're never they're never talked about. Because the media like the sheep that they are forget about sheep dome. More they live in this bubble. And they they literally need they wake up in the morning. They. Open their eyes. How can I hate Donald Trump today? And if they can't get a tweet, or if they can't latch onto something from one of their other colleagues because they all sort of circulate in the same circles, and and they just regurgitate what everyone else says, then they just they sort of break out in sweats, and they're like addicts, and they need a fix and praying and hoping that Donald Trump says or does something that they can hate, you know, with the intensity that I've never seen before in the history of politics in my thirty years of covering this. My good friend Jonathan. Sean, it's there's a good side to this. And I'll tell you what the what the upside is is that these people have been saying this ever since the election. These people were exposing themselves, and they're exposing their relationships, and they're exposing their agenda, and I think, you know, whether we're talking about the way CNN runs things Jake tapper out there full of opinions on Twitter and things like that. When he's you know, putting himself up there is this reporter who's a fact based driven reporter people like that. Whether we're talking about the Colin Kaepernick added with Nike. I think what we see in. These people is that they have in the case of Nike. They budgeted for these commercials in for the loss, and the cases CNN they say, they don't really care. What you and I think anymore what they're doing is. They're going all out with their message with with this, quote, unquote, resistance in an organized fashion. And that's what people need to realize they're organized, and they are pushing forward. On their agenda. Right now, their agenda is to continue what Obama was doing which was moving their socialistic communistic ideology forward and Trump stepped in the middle of that. If they did a show that was nothing but about what Trump has done, right. People would be blown away by this on the left. They'll never do that. And so what you see is an organized push that's going forward. And the upside like, I said is that they're all exposed. But here's the thing. They'll obsessively cover quote anonymous, which could be hundreds of people. There's no telling who this might be. But yet they don't cover US jobless claims Paul to a forty nine year low last week. We have the fed in Atlanta. They are forecasting right now. Four point seven percent GDP growth for the third quarter. Trump scoring a major budget breakthrough. And literally they're going to write pass spending bills and the and broken the federal budget logjam, which was decades worth a growing deficits, and they're actually going to do the spending bills the way they're legally supposed to and that's department by department rather than one big massive packets. That's a big deal by any objective analysis. Then I can give you the list of accomplishments four million fewer Americans on food stamps, four million new jobs created the greatest growth in manufacturing jobs in thirty years in America. We have consumer confidence all time high. Everything's happening. That's good for the country. You never hear about any of it from your side, your friends, your democratic buddies Danielle? You know, what there's also plenty? That's not good that needs to be talked to that we have children in cages and the southern border, right? We had to excuse me. Let me let me correct the record because the person that stopped the practice that went on during the Obama years would be Donald J Trump. So if you're gonna talk about the separation of family issues, let's talk about under Obama, and George W Bush because it happened under them too. It was brought to the attention of the president the president fix the problem something nobody else before him you set. You could say thank you, President Trump. Go ahead as of today, the Trump organize the Trump's gives me organization. Listen to me, the Trump administration decided it was going to ignore a nineteen Ninety-seven court order, and it was going to hold women and children and basically imprison indefinitely until their asylum claims a health, it's good families are now being together. They're still about five hundred kids who are either whose parents, okay. Let me repeat I didn't hear you once during the opening of the person that stepped up and honestly what he did was kind of unconstitutional. If you want to know the truth because he's defying what is federal law. But he did it because it was the right thing to do because congress can't get off their lazy asses and go do their job. So we're going to be blunt, and honest, let's tell the whole truth, but it was an interesting diversion away from all of the success economically. And otherwise of the president for you to do this. All right, quick break more with Danielle McLaughlin. And our friend Jonathan Gillam straight ahead. Hey, listen, like, many of you. I have insomnia can't fall asleep at night, but I'm sleeping better than ever. And it's neither drug or alcohol induced, I'm talking about a pillow my pillow. My pillow has changed my life, and it'll change.

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"woodward" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"woodward" Discussed on The Editors

"If you made us part of your feet at Google placed at your tune in or itunes, and if you like, what you hear here, please consider reviewing us on itunes if you don't like what you hear here, please forget. I said anything. All right, Michael. So we have a 'nother blockbuster book from Bob Woodward about the Trump White House. My feeling about this is just this. I feel the attornal recurrence phenomenon where, okay, we have another. Blockbuster book. We already did that with Michael Wolff. Woodward's reporting will be sounder. I assume we have another controversy over whether Trump officials have called Trump in idiot. You've done that before, and we have another tweet from Trump saying that libel laws need to be a stiffened up. So this sort of thing won't be permitted in this country. Again, this is all it's all happened before, and I'm not sure what's what's going to come of this is going to change anything. Yes, I agree with your general assessment that there's nothing new here. I mean, the new thing is that above Woodward book is populated by really interesting and colorful characters that I care about. That's the first time that's been true in three or four decades of Bob Woodward books which are normally just full of the colorless SICOM Powell doesn't do it for, you know, like not like Donald Trump, you know, and because it's not not says John Belushi, have the characters been so colorful, Nevada, and you know the stories the, you know, you. Kind of believe Woodward a little bit more than Mike wolf about these stories of, you know, papers being felt right off of the president's desk so that he doesn't see it. So he doesn't act on it. That's all to the good. But yeah, there's there's an element of this where. Part of the phenomenon of the Trump presidency is this repeal repetition of, here's a new thing in the Russia probe, here's a new book. Here's a new, tell all, here's a new person getting fired and joining the resistance or some other thing, and nothing changes. It's like the drama exists for itself. The one thing that I find interesting is that the Woodward book kind of confirms for me and the fact that we have this eternal recurrence that may be American institutions are healthier than we are likely to give them credit for that. You know, the presidency is populated eight in the presidency is held by this man who's unstable who brings us totally different way to the office at self, and yet it's functioning and where the institutions are strongest, like the federalist society. The functioning is highest. You know, I is highest, we get the nominee. Of course, such an Cavanaugh, it cetera. So I don't know in a way like the the proof of these books that there's chaos at the White House in the fact that you know the country is kind of moving in a decent direction. It has its problems, the foreign, it's foreign policy has problems. It's economic policy will you know eventually the business cycle will turn, but you know, it's more like a confirmation that the Trump show the presidency in the American state can endure the Trump show guys, you know me very well. You know how allergic I am to the conventional wisdom, and this is one reason why the Trump presidency is so painful for me because again, and again, as if it were like pulling a tooth out of my mouth, it's like it's, it's forcing me to take a conventional of you. And my conventional view is that a Bob Woodward book is an entirely different beast from a Michael Wolfe book. My view is that people inside the White House, no. That's so because Bob Woodward is incredibly punk tilles detail oriented. He has endless hours of audiotape having spoken to senior officials. Everything is sourced multiple times. Michael Wolfe is someone who has been accused fairly or otherwise fabulous him. He is someone who is not a terribly rigorous fact checker of his own work. That is not true of Woodward who has been in this game for literally decades. He has the goods and according to Jonathan swan of axios, and you know, swan has a pretty good reputation as someone who is very well sourced in the White House. The White House was caught completely unawares by these revelations. Many of them sound awfully plausible. It's true that we've had previous books along these lines. These are books from people who are, frankly, a lot less credible than Woodward. So the drip drip drip..

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"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Welcome to funnel hacker radio podcast where we go behind the scenes and uncovered the tactics and strategies top entrepreneurs are using to make more sales dominate their markets and how you can get those same results here's your host dade woodward welcome back everybody i want to give you a little background on the podcast today russell i last week flew down to go down to phoenix where we met with joe polish and dhingra zero see as part of their one hundred k group and the people who are there are just absolutely amazing so we're there for two days lots of things happened and what really wanna do is just try to take him quick summary and some notes and kind of share with you guys what was there and hopefully it will have some impact on your business and what you're doing but with that let me just kind of dive right into it one of the very first things i want to make note of is forget who actually said it and that is the whole idea that realize that whenever you join a mastermind whenever you go to a live event whenever you invest in a program the value is is what you make of it and wanted me my dad is they use the analogy that yeah it's one hundred thousand dollars to go to this group of twelve people that meets three times a year hundred grand that's ton of money but realize that that's just the that's literally just the admission price your experience is going to be based on how how what you actually do with it what you get out of it.

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"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"woodward" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Welcome to funnel hacker radio podcast where we go behind the scenes and uncovered the tactics and strategies top entrepreneurs are using to make more sales dominate their markets and how you can get those same results here's your host dade woodward hey everybody welcome back i am so excited there's so much crazy cool fun exciting things happening here at our home office just got just got back from a week spending time with family week before that was fun live event so it's just been a crazy crazy time but there's so much exciting stuff happening and i just want to make sure that i share as much as i possibly can here so what ended up happening on the last week of march was i ended up coming back from funnel hacking live little came back on sunday flew in late sunday in by monday we're packed up and heading down to moab for aid to participate in spring break and the week right before easter down in moab is the annual jeep safari and this is a fun crazy crazy event where literally thousands and thousands of jeep owners come in from around the country everything from having three and four gps being towed in driving gt at all with the intent of just kind of coming together as a community and experiencing nature and all the fun exciting things about that so what i was while i was there i had the opportunity to spend time with my two youngest sons christian and jackson and my wife and the four of us were just there and it was really it was a ton of of exciting times for me primarily because my boys love love being out in the wilderness and especially anything at all so she with gps my wife loves being outside and and just participating nature so it was just really it was just a fun time to connect with my family especially after having worked like crazy during final hacking live and almost the entire first three months of this year so we ended the three months really with this massive opportunity to kind of celebration and excitement.

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