21 Burst results for "Zooey"

"zooey" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:25 min | 2 weeks ago

"zooey" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"The way they're taught today, they learn like 5 different ways to solve a problem. And some of them are a lot faster than what we learned. Some of them are a lot more logical, but the end result is when they're presented with something, they've got this toolkit, just like we teach in real estate, right? I mean, in the past ten, 15 years, you need to maybe one or two or three really good tools that you use every day. You had to kind of be competitive when you're on the buyer side, okay? But now, when you're pursuing being a listing agent, you need that toolkit, just like Zooey's math brain is going to be that much more robust because she's presented with something. Well, she can do it this way or she can do that way. She doesn't just have to get out her iPhone and hope that it's going to figure out the one way she learned, right? Same thing with as a musician, you can make these analogies to pretty much anything. I would be, I have to say that a lot of our listeners do have conscious competence on the buyer side. There's things in life. There's things in business where you can be really competent at one thing and have almost no competence at something else. You're not going to be at the same levels on the same skills all the time. Well, it's like you said in our book, Julie, working with buyers as physical labor in other words, it does not require a lot of skill and working with sellers as mental labor. It requires a lot of skill. But all the money is on the skill side of the business. All the money is working. A good reason. Exactly. And so here's the real, if you guys are, again, looking for a way to experience ever increasing levels of success, you have to align yourself with people that have proven their ability to actually deliver you up that mountain, right?

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Have You Heard of Zuby?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Have You Heard of Zuby?

"Yes. I have heard of Zooey, but only recently, but I know many of you know who zuby is. But I get to find out now because he's going to be my guest. All I know about him is he's an independent rapper and author a podcast host of public speaker and a creative entrepreneur with over a million followers on social media and a very interesting background. Zooby, welcome to the program. Hey, Eric, how's it going? It's going all right. You have your very eclectic. I'm also eclectic. So I like it, eclectic. I think I want people to kind of just to get to know you and your story. What kind of a name is zuby? There's a good question. Do you have a last name? Or do you just go by zuby? Well, my full name is unbelievable. Zuby is what? That was wait a minute. That was amazing. Say that again. That really was beautiful. That was beautiful. Say that again. That was amazing. My full name is unbelievable. Wow. That is from the ibo tribe of Nigeria, which is where my parents are originally from. I was born in the UK, raised in Saudi Arabia, went to an American school until I was 11 years old, and then went into the British school system, studied computer science at Oxford University and graduated from there, which is also where I started my music career. And now I am known for a lot of different things from my music to my commentary to my fitness work and writing and so, yeah, different people know me for different things. Yeah, I

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"zooey" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"zooey" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Or I just hang out with them as they, as they scanned Los Angeles, waiting for a news story. Did it scare you? I mean, either the height or the speed or seeing these really adult things happening, like, you know, police chasing a speeding car and sometimes the endings were could be gruesome. Nothing scared me. I loved the feeling of flight, the rush of it. I mean, and I remember some pretty gruesome stuff. I mean, I saw in real time. If I wasn't in the helicopter, I'd watch it. As it was unfolding. And I saw in real time a motorcyclist who was leading a pursuit get off the highway. And I remember this vividly. And there was an intersection off the exit and he blew through it and right into a bus died. I watched footage of cops shooting suspects to death. On air. And in the moment, it didn't feel scary. I felt like I was special enough to handle it. Your dad was known for a lot of chutzpah, particularly when it came to getting access to any place that he wanted to shoot a video. And while we did a lot from a helicopter, he also did a lot on the ground. I thought we would listen to a bit of the documentary, which was made in 2020 about him called whirly bird by Matt yoka. A little bit of sort of his ability to get into these confrontations. The first we're going to hear is an officer confronting your dad on an airport tarmac about him being there. And then we hear a clip of an interview years later after the transition. It's Zooey, recalling the old days. And the rage that she had then. And then we'll hear the conclusion of the confrontation at the airport. Let's listen. You.

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"zooey" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"zooey" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"If anybody's looking for a unbelievably gentle safe quiet sound gelding, oh my God, is your guy. So we got oom behind duke and we go around and we go over the pools and some serpentines and some circles and back and forth, a little trot, you know? And he's just awesome. So for those that no, I have broken my left foot a few times. So I don't dismount onto the ground anymore when I don't have to. So I ride duke, who by the way, I'm sitting on bareback with a duly halter with rains on the duly hall there. That's all I ride him in. What could possibly go wrong? What could possibly go wrong? So I always ride when I dismount the horses over to the mounting block. And I dismount onto the mounting block. So I don't fall in duke is huge. He's like 16 three. So I always dismount from the top of the horse onto the mounting block. And I do this on duke all the time Zooey still stop at the mounting block because he'd be like, get off. They all are trained to go to the mountain block and stand still because that's when she'll get off. So it had been raining that morning. And so when I was walking around, I had a lot of the arena sand on the bottom of my boots, whatever. Got on, do grow them around, didn't think anything of it. Wrote them over to the mounting block where I then stepped off through my leg over and went to step down onto the mounting block. And at that point, the sand on the bottom of my shoe and the water from The Rain on the top step of the mounting block. Oops. Oops. So I stepped down with my left foot onto the money blog, and it just was like, I stepped on a sheet of ice. And my left foot, and mind you, baby ray's horse is literally touching duke on his opposite side. So it's like, oh my cron, then duke, then mounting block and I'm sliding off of duke and I put my left foot on the mounting block and it just disappears. I slip completely off of the mounting block. And at this point, again, 16 three. I fall like it's like somebody pulled a rug out from under me. I fell onto my back, hit the mounting block to put back and my arm on the way down and ended up smack on the ground underneath the duke's feet. And what does he do? Nothing. Looks to be like, what the hell are you doing down there? What is baby racehorse do who's also standing there and sees me and here's the sound of boom, I hit the ground. Nothing. He did nothing. They both stood still as statues. Okay. What did that do? Here's the thing. I have fallen just in general. If anything happens in the world and I begin laughing it, leave you fell down the stairs, she would laugh. She can't help, but it's just like her nervous thing. To just laugh. It was dead silent. Oh. She has such a dead under there. She was like, are you okay? And I was like, and I mean, I hit hard. And I was just laid there, and I was like, you know, you do that thing of getting big toes wiggling. I was like, actually, I had my helmet on and everything. So I actually had and I had like, it was so cool..

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"zooey" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"zooey" Discussed on WTOP

"Your pediatrician a message from the American academy of pediatrics Good Wednesday morning January 5th one 18 in the morning on a double DT Whether all the apes and what it breaks rich hunters with this and the WTO phi traffic center All right we'll start off in Maryland good news southbound route one Baltimore avenue at the bubble in college park the emergency work completed all lanes have been reopened in both directions so you're in good shape now over on route one in college park Not such good news in Virginia is still dealing with extreme delays on Stafford counting essentially between route 6 ten and the principal line nearer the Marine Corps base Quantico again there are no incidents in the way just a lot of folks jumping on the route one as a result of seeing on their GPS and mapping systems that 95 is closed 95 has been reopened since last night the 9 o'clock hour so again avoid route one 95s moving all in both directions additionally northbound travelers have the option of using the express signs They've now been completely reopened as well on both 95 and three 95 and between Stafford counting and the 14th street rich and even into the district as well Elsewhere in Virginia again 95 looks good in both directions Zooey's on three 95 66 between haymarket and roslin also running while on both directions Over in the districts taught the closure in southeast on southern avenue near 36th place that as a result of a serious crash under investigation can traffic still being redirected each way as a result Rich hundred WTA traffic Storm T four tracking another weather alert what we might see is another messy rush hour on our Wednesday morning Winter weather advisory in effect east of I 95 including all of southern Maryland chance for some freezing rain by the morning hours so that could really lead to some problems So give yourself some extra time out there High temperature in the load of 8 40s on your Wednesday Thursday mostly cloudy high of 42 ahead of our next door system.

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"zooey" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Do you just spent the last 30 minutes going over why this can't work? Why this relationship will never work on both ends. It's like, and then you just go, okay, and they loved each other. Goodbye. Everything was happy. Dance party. What? And it's like, I've seen distance relationships that don't work like a cross town. Because people don't want to drive across the expressway, let alone London and LA. There's no way. And they were just like, we just want, you know what? The trick is just don't address it. We'll just never talk about it. And we'll fade out and everyone's happy. Well, I did, I enjoyed this. For the film. But they also did driving miss daisy also. But, man, did it take Cameron Diaz for fucking ever to jog up that drive? I thought it was done, and then I was like, oh no, we have a few more bars of the score to get through, I guess. And then she kept running. Yeah. It was a lot. Yeah. And again, 136 minutes. Do you think that was a bit like in the editing room, they were like, all right, let's just keep going. It was like the Monty Python thing where the guy's like running towards the screen the whole time. I was just like eating an apple and I did like that they wrote it in because basically it was Jack Black's character that was writing the score for the film, because everybody had their own theme and he goes all through it and tells everybody what they're different themes are. And then they play them in the film. That was really interesting. Also, I love the little asides with the fake trailers. James Franco, Lohan. And was it John Krasinski? And I thought Kathryn Hahn was in a lot of places. In the film, or was she one of the people helping? She was one of the gophers for her. Yeah, Cameron Diaz. She was one of the interns or Shannon sosman for Jack Black, who she was in not that many films. So she was on a nights tale. She was in 40 days and 40 nights. I know she was in I think rules of attraction with Dawson's creek that dude's name. James van der beek? Yep. There we go. And I get those movies confused 40 days before we announce which one is it? I said, just scored 11 Zooey Deschanel is 500 summer 40 days a night is Josh Hartnett. Who's Alec Baldwin? Adam Sandler. What was he in with Drew Barrymore? 51st dates. Okay. And then there was 8 crazy nights. What I'm saying? That was an animated film. Yes. This is all very confusing. For numbers. So I feel like I've watched some of the wrong movies. We're going to take a quick break and refresh our videos and we'll come back to talk a little bit about heads and duffel bags. 12 monkeys? So stand by..

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"zooey" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Get that. You get that unity you get the proper compassion and it's not just like a fight all the time. Agree to disagree. Yeah. You know, sometimes that's your common ground. It's just like, oh, this is great. We share something. We don't agree. You'd agree with me. I don't agree with you. We have that in common. Cool. That might be the only thing we agree on, but it's pretty simple. It's being an adult as well, 'cause there's literally there's no two people in the world who agree on absolutely everything. They're just orange. Like if you get into the nitty Gritty, you'll have general people you generally agree. If you go into super detail we all have disagreements, man. So it's just part of life. It's part of being an adult. We all have to live in the same society and function and not kill each other. So let's do it. Yeah, man. Last question for you who have been three teachers or teachings that have influenced your life and your work that you could share with us? My dad, my mom and Jesus Christ. Wow, you were the fastest out of all my guests. Usually people are like, oh man, what? Oh, that's a tough one. They get all fumbled. Befuddled, I mean, that's good. Tell us about your new album. Word of zuby, so it's out now. It is my 6th album, my 9th release in total. It's my most personal and provocative work to date. Touches on, honestly, it touches more and more socio political and cultural issues than any of my previous albums, but it's also very positive and inspirational and motivational. I'm not just like preaching and beating people over the head with a super strong messaging. It's very enjoyable album, the beats are really dope, got producers on there from all over the world, got some great collaborations with both British and American artists. And go listen to it. I'm very, very proud of this album. I'm going to be honest with you. And anyone that knows me knows this. I don't like rap music. Okay. There was a period like in the beginning of the 90s when NWA came out and I got straight out of Compton on vinyl. And I loved that album. I was super into it. But that's like the only rap I've ever really listened to. I mean, I don't still, you know, but there was a moment there. But I listened to your album because I follow your work. And I was like, oh, what's this guy up to? And it's really good to do. Thank you very good. So I want to encourage people to yeah, please give it a shot. Even if you're someone who doesn't typically listen to rap, give it a shot because a lot of people don't like rap partly because of the messaging. Well, that's kind of been in my thing. You know, I'm just like, dude, I don't need more negativity in my head. I'm trying to detox negativity, right? I mean, it's just like I don't listen to thrash metal or satanic metal. Death metal. You know, it's just not my energy, and that's kind of the thing. I don't mind a beat and someone rapping. It's just like the content of the lyrics. I think that's why when I listen to yours, I was like, oh, this is actually dope. It's basically, I mean, I only heard a couple of tracks, but it's like the conversation we just had that rhymes, and it's like, cool. I can get behind this. I want that so last year someone said that my music is like, I think they were trying to diss me. It wasn't a fan, but they said like sounds like a stream of tweets or something like that. And I think they said it as a disk, but I was like, man, my tweets are dope. You're actually pretty accurate. That's kind of how I rap. It's actually why I like Twitter because it's kind of like rapping, but without rhyming. Yeah, it is now. Well, thank you so much for coming on. So you got a podcast to give us your website, social media all that stuff. Yeah, sure. So you can follow me on all social media, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube at zube music that's zu BY music. And if you go to zube music dot com, you'll find links to everything on there. My music, my merchandise, my podcast, zoom music dot com. You'll find it all there. Cool. Very prolific, man. You got the book. You got all these things. Thanks, man. Thanks for coming through Texas. Welcome. Welcome to the states. Enjoy your trip, and it's been a real pleasure to hang out with you. Thank you. Oh man, that was a fun conversation. I don't know if I've laughed that hard in a podcast recording in a long time. Zooey's a cool cat man, very bright, and it's funny because I sat down with all of these notes. I had all these things I wanted to talk to him about. And there were some things that I actually didn't want to drift into. Just things that were just too inflammatory, things that I just didn't know my way around or how to approach exactly and I don't know, I just felt very comfortable to just kind of go full out with him and he was obviously able to keep up and also lead at certain points and just go there, man. So it was great. You know, I've listened to some of his interviews, but mostly as I said, I think, during this conversation, I follow him on on Twitter, and you kind of get a sense of somebody's point of view. And I knew that he was really witty and just awake, but man, there's nothing he didn't want to cover. And I really appreciate that when I sit down to interview someone and it's just full on. And they just go for it. It's amazing. So thank you so much for joining us. If there were some resources or links that were mentioned during the show and you want to access them, here's what you do. Go to Luke story dot com slash zubi. There you'll find the show notes and the links and even a link to a complete transcript of every single word you just heard in this episode. My team works very hard to put those together and they and I would be so appreciative if you took advantage of the hard work that they put in. And there's nothing that we get out of you reading the show notes actually, but it's great for you if you're like, hey, what was that one book mentioned or a film or his album his music, any of that stuff it's all gonna be in there. It looks straight dot com slash zuby. Next week's episode, it's funny. I feel like the show is just kind of bouncing around at so many different directions, but in the end, it's all about uplifting humanity and getting a grip on ourselves, right? So next week we're going to be talking about birth and mothering. It's called the myths of infertility, trimester power, and creating superbabies with doctor Cleopatra. And that one was also incredibly fun. Doctor Cleopatra, if you don't know her, is just, honestly, she's one of those people that just lights up the room. She's just a beam of light and she's also a brilliant doctor and knows everything you'd ever want to know about getting pregnant successfully and having them super babies. And next week's episode is a special one because it was I would say co hosted by Allison. She came to kind of sit in she wanted to meet doctor C and I wanted to participate in that conversation. And so it was really fun to actually sit down as a couple that hopes to have kids at some point. And talk to one of the world's leading experts about that. So can't wait to share that one with you next week. And again, if you want the raw uncut newsfeed about current affairs and topics that I can't post on the communist corporate channels, please feel free to join me at Luke's story dot com slash telegram. Got a telegram channel there. I think at the time of this recording, there's about 3000 people following it. I just opened up comments a few days ago. I didn't couldn't figure out how to do that at first and people were like, hey, we want to say things too. I do want to warn you, though, the telegram channel. It's inspiring from the point of view that there's information there that you won't find on the censored media outlets or in your television. But it's also some pretty grim truths on there. I'm going to kind of warn you. So as I give you a trigger warning for this conversation, if you find some of the subject matter, touchy, while the telegram channel is going to be more of the same. And if you want to avoid fear porn and keep your head blissfully in the sand, I totally respect that. I think working on your meditation, your health, your mindfulness, your positive thought, your sovereignty, your emotional intelligence, and well-being, healing your trauma, a lot of the things we talked about on this show are more important than knowing about the latest disastrous news around the world from the psychos running the planet, which is what you're going to find on my telegram channel. So if that's not your bag by all means, keep listening to this show, and here you'll find most of the time, the uplifting information that's going to really hopefully help carry it forward and support you and your family and friends to have the life of your dreams. Because that's what the lifestyle podcast is all about. So thank you for helping me to live my dream. I'll be back next week with doctor Cleopatra..

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"zooey" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"So basically you minimum. You would go with five grams per fifty pounds of body weight she Too yeah we'll show you. We'll say two ten k. So i would say minimum. You should start at twenty rams in and around that at work out now would that be then if you do okay on that and you're able to maintain your muscle mass or obviously jim performance right if over fully six week period. Time if you're if you're going on your goal is to either maintain maximal strength or increase max strain and we got issue. Cry second issue or actor to consider is if you can not eating food right so you'll get our window and if you're only eating once or twice in you just continue losing more weight Yep yeah caliber deficit. That is too much granted someone else's like. Oh this is awesome. Like i wanna congealing way. Well okay off to a certain point. If you start losing muscle mass you start acting performance and you gotta stop in the rehash things in and at the timing of it and is it. Effective have intermittently intermittent fasting winning intermittently. Do it right zooey that that would actually away to introduce it choosing okay so for some people that rodney a brilliant stuck for a long time and my food is you know it's great on nelson. Okay well let's let's introduce it once a week and see how you do if they are creating all kinds of things once eight o'clock tonight and they can't control things in there you know they're just eating Because just of calories starting tonight isn't that's an issue not probably as a person that's not a it for So that would be sort of a task you could do. I normally i. I say if you're going to try it on a saturday or sunday weekend rival you don't have to be at work. Whatever it is arguably they simply can't it can't produce enough forzol on the hormones to help stabilize sugar when they're not eating food. You typically recommended for athletes or not because of energy independence. Okay so yeah so it depends on sport so you know i work with a lot of players jail etc when you're not the level and you go to a tournament thirty sunday you can't say oh hey you know what. Pj rv starting off at eight o'clock. So i can initiate twelve and embraced by fax right. I mean one day..

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"zooey" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"zooey" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"For you to vacuum. What are you talking about the also. Forget about that part. I forget about that part. Remember that part. Put that part at this part to other part. Which is this a man. I hate dealing with the floors of a house i do. I can't stand it. I hate an and since i left north carolina little miami and i've lived here in new york and difference between these places in when i lived. There is it's carpet world down there or it was a carpenter or maybe they were carpet times. I have no idea. But mcrib dr kark. That's what it was. I haven't lived in a place since then. That's been about that. Carpet is been a lot of like having to actually sweep the floors. My wife debbie tracking my telling me sweeping the floor that'd be counted as a workout. You know what. I'm saying like when you get out there and start getting. There is work to be done sweeping the floor. Like i don't like sweeping the floor and that's the kind of thing that made me pay somebody to start cleaning my house like straight up and down because place in miami. The floors will white. And so i couldn't see the dirt you know so i was like having trouble getting it done but you know that's what happens in the floors marble. You know what i'm saying plex that was a flex. Sorry but the truth right. I didn't even know somebody else told me. But they're really hard to sweep yourself it. You become an imperialist because you need a trained expert anyway. I don't blame you if you want to sweep. Your floor is what i'm saying. What are we back in leg. The nineteen fifties or something. We're sweeping the floor. Don't people have vacuous. But that's what. I'm saying. This isn't carpet. Vacuums or made for hardwood and carpeted never considered doing anything like that. I don't know i hadn't thought about that. So maybe you're all however if you too lazy to push vacuum that's all of you are too lazy to push a motorized vacuum. It's not even a lawn mower. it's a vacuum. It is self-propelled your walk back and forth a few times and it's done you're too lazy to vacuum but if you gotta get a robot to vacuum your floor how were you raised. Do you actively have to start the i robot because if you're starting the iro bot roomba but you're not picking up the dog feces. That's the next level of laziness. Yeah i would agree. I would agree like you remember that commercial. What's that woman's name Zooey zooey. Zoe was doing this commercial for apple. I think it was a seri- commercial with siri verse guy popping and she had like set a reminder to clean our house. The next day is somebody. He'd be up on twitter. Was like how you need a reminder for that just look around like you could tell you need to clean house. You don't need nobody else to tell you you know what i mean. I thought that was the height laziness. You got a little robot and you can't even pick up. The dog yourself should be ashamed reminded every time you turn the corner or how about. You're reminded stephan the dove. All i'm saying. Hey by the way the vacuums avoid it shout out for the troll and robot to be like You should pick up that dodge man. I mean i know we're going absolute overtime on this story but there are so many layers to this the fact that they have a map of your house and they may or may not sell that in the future. Yes i didn't even get to that right. we're not going to sell it yet of bap of by house. You're going to sell the blueprint to my house. For what purpose man listen. I'm so like do you do what he sleep. Track and stuff. I don't appropriate shit. I do but i feel like i should stop and the reason is somebody does whatever way gets up and he knows when i was sleeping at eight santa claus. I thought about this like yo. I see all kinds of terrible ways that this can be. Put the use tall to each other about the way they run it a con on that. Because i damn sure of told. Instagram do not follow me on no other apps but eh sure look like they've been oh my safari and anytime you think that you've got a personal relationship where things can be private between you. And and after wrongs no but they're like the track no but these ads look just like they did with you were right. This next story comes from health. This is john schulenburg. Professor of psychology at the university of michigan. Finding is i'm going to mention come from the national monitoring. The future study that we conduct here at the university of michigan. These findings were recently published in our annual monograph series available on our website so study includes annual surveys of national samples of college students and young adults. He's annual surveys have been ongoing since nineteen eighty. And we've been funded by the national drug abuse. All three main findings year i cannabis use among college. Students in twenty twenty was an all time high over the past forty years in particular daily marijuana use defined as using Twenty or more occasions in the past thirty days increased to eight percent in two thousand twenty an all time high and showing a significant increase over the past five years so as twenty twenty almost wanted twelve college. Students is a daily marijuana user from about one in twenty in two thousand fifteen now daily. Marijuana use is clear health risk the brain is still developing early twenties and has a surgeon. General others have reported. The scientific evidence indicates that heavy marijuana use can be detrimental to cognitive development in mental health. We know from our research night of others. That heavy marijuana use is associated with poor academic performance and dropping out of college and for those non college hilly marijuana use may interfere with getting a foothold on the roles and responsibilities of young adult but of course the landscape of cannabis use is changing so continue. Research is needed regarding possible. Negative consequences of heavy use. The second main finding is a continued increase in hallucinogen use including lsd so five and mushrooms and other psychedelic substances n. Will use of hallucinogens increased significantly for college students tweet twenty nineteen twenty twenty two nine percent the highest. It's been since one thousand nine hundred eighty two. This continued increase in the use of hallucinogens corresponds with a decrease from perceptions loosened. Jin's are harmful. We've seen that among.

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"zooey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Zooey is just one solution And that's in. You could find it at a zooey dot com. We have a live chat. You could mess adjusts You know. I might even respond to be honest. That's how involved. I am with making sure that local businesses succeed and guess what you might even wanna use zooey and it seems like it's crazy the fear involved in like i can't reach out to my customers but guess what you still send a chat a question an seo question on local marketing question. We will still respond and give you an answer that you know you might never received before so we're here but style i'm gonna put it in the show notes but will you spell it for people who need it. B. i z. Oh oh why dot com very very simple is z. Oh why dot com okay. Should i even ask where the name came from. Yeah it's actually a made up Name which is trademark and is a zoo of businesses so you have biz's like z. An ohio y right so it's like a zoo businesses so We're we're essentially creating a community of businesses. Need congratulations wonderful. Thank you for that. And and you know for the information as i said. I'll make sure that it is in the show notes so thank thank you yeah. Of course Yeah if anyone has any questions you know. I said the live chat you also email us info epizooty. You know. we're always willing to help that. Israeli great it's definitely helpful especially for small businesses. So eric thank you so much for being here. Of course thank you for having me. Thank you for tuning in to this episode of accelerate. Your business scratch production of evergreen podcasts. Gover more episodes of this podcast and explore others at evergreen podcasts dot com as always continue to prosper and be curious and if you're looking to get your sales strategy headed in the right direction. Pick up a copy of succeed without selling on amazon or wherever books are sold until we need again on another episode of accelerate. Your business growth. Goodbye and good day..

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"zooey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Zooey is just one solution And that's in. You could find it at a zooey dot com. We have a live chat. You could mess adjusts You know. I might even respond to be honest. That's how involved. I am with making sure that local businesses succeed and guess what you might even wanna use zooey and it seems like it's crazy. It's a fear involved in like i can't reach out to my customers but guess what you still send a chat a question an seo question on local marketing question. We will still respond and give you an answer that you know you might never received before so we're here all but style i'm gonna put it in the show notes but will you spell it for people who need it b. i. Z. o. o. Why dot com very very simple. Be is e. y. dot com okay. Should i even ask where the name came from. Yeah it's actually a made up Name which is trademark and is a zoo of businesses. So you have biz's like is an ohio y right so it's like a zoo businesses so We're we're essentially creating a community of businesses eight. Congratulations wonderful. thank you for that. And and you know for the information as i said. I'll make sure that it is in the show notes so thank thank you yeah. Of course Yeah if anyone has any questions you know. I said the live chat you also email us info epizooty. You know. we're always willing to help that. Israeli great it's definitely helpful especially for small businesses. So eric thank you so much for being here. Of course thank you for having me. Thank you for tuning in to this episode of accelerate. Your business scratch production of evergreen podcasts. Gover more episodes of this podcast and explore others at evergreen podcasts dot com as always continue to prosper and be curious and if you're looking to get your sales strategy headed in the right direction. Pick up a copy of succeed without selling on amazon or wherever books are sold until we need again on another episode of accelerate. Your business growth. Goodbye and good day..

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"zooey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"To business accelerate your business growth. it's gotta cover and now on with the show. My guest today. Is eric etta lists. Eric is a business and marketing. Strategist and the ceo of ba. Zooey after over a decade as an seo and marketing consultant. Eric skirted zooey in two thousand. Nineteen a customer communication platform that enables your business drink. I in local search results improves. Customer reviews and increases revenue. Erica's passionate about empowering small businesses and startups grow beyond their own expectations. Thanks so much for joining me today. Eric yeah thanks for having me on the show. I really appreciate it absolutely. I'm thrilled to have you here. These you know this topic around. Seo and marketing and and all of that is always still important and something that i think small business owner struggle with unless they're in the marketing space. No yeah definitely. So i think one thing is to kind of look at in terms of you know your marketing budget and then you know based off of our ally like what were you going to go from there right so creating the right marketing mix and you know with these local businesses. A lot of it. They don't believe in that way because they're so bogged down in their business And that's why they just need quick solutions or you know tools to enable them to make these data driven decisions on the fly. Yeah do you think that up. Sometimes i think that they expect that Because they're local people are just gonna know about him or find out about him. Be you know. Because they're in the hood so to speak and sad definitely. Is that true. Yes definitely that's something where you know. They're like oh. Yeah i don't i don't i don't need your help. I don't need this like that. You know. I have my family members and my family members you know. Invite their friends and their cousins common. You know that's how our businesses bill we've been around for forty years. I can't tell you how many business owners i've spoken to on the phone with that exact response it's really really opening and you know that's another. You know thing here. Hurdle is that not convincing them. That something like you know the solution that my team and i have felt would work for them and that they're willing to educate themselves in terms of you know growing in for the new age right exactly okay. Well we're going to try and give them some information today that will help them reevaluate how they are viewing these things. So i'm curious. What what marketing strategy. What local let. Let's say if this way with local business marketing strategies are working and what ones aren't working right now. yes so. I mean one. That's definitely working is the referral business. You know getting friends to refer you or you know in this case with the online presence growing those reviews You know whether it's yelp or in google. My business growing those reviews and getting those out there And then people reading about those right because you know a lot of people have iphones or androids right but For instance on apple maps. If you type in barbershop right in your phone yes when search result it pulls yoke rally. Yes just so it's gonna pull the yelp search results and you know if you're if you're not on their you know how do you expect to gain new business and you know i think something. That really doesn't work is like facebook ads. That's interesting how come because a lot of it is in the targeting right. Like i can't tell you how many times i've seen you know. Just scrolling through online on instagram or facebook or wherever and seeing ads of pizza joints. I'm in los angeles but seeing pizza joint in minnesota like what what is that gonna do for your business. You know so. I think that people think that they could just go ahead and go in facebook. Because it's like a self serve add Manager and just set up these campaigns and then just let it run but like there's so much science data behind this kind of stuff so you're just essentially doing nothing for your business. Besides you know spending money with little to no our ally And that's why. I think it's very very critical to you. Know grow your referral business But in an online way. I mean obviously word of mouth is definitely the strongest marketing and always will be right. That's just giving someone stamp of approval and you know but that's essentially how you look at the online reviews space And you know you're reading other people's referrals at you know whoever has the most deferrals or the best referrals. It's not necessarily that. You have to have five stars right force good too because it puts an honesty level out there that people will then appreciate and trust you know. You have all five star decide. Okay this seems a little fishy. And i mean. Sometimes you've been. Do you know even a restaurant that you're like. Oh wow this has five stars in two thousand reviews and you go there and you're like okay. We'll i would give this place. Maybe a four you know so. It's like your expectation. You gotta set expectations and that all starts with You know being honest and and referring in a You know ethical way right right so i think this is so interesting and one of the things that i i want to sort of repeat for people. Is that when you said if you google barbershops yelp comes up. I you know i. I think that should be a light bulb moment for people. Because i think they think if someone googles barbershops they're going to show up in a list of barbershops and maybe but what i'm hearing you say is not at the top top. Yeah well i mean. One of the signals for local is is proximity right proximity search. So you know but if someone has even like two more reviews in you or just you know any reviews and you have none like yeah. of course. they're gonna you know. Trust the you know the business reviews over yours is just a. it's just a given. It's kind of sad. You know cause if you knew you know that's tough but that's the that's why you know zooey was created but then advantage out there and give a tool self-serve yeah exactly so.

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"zooey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"For small business sales leadership scotia media and more when it comes to business accelerate your business growth. it's gotta cover and now on with the show. My guest today. Is eric etta lists. Eric is a business and marketing. Strategist and the ceo of ba. Zooey after over a decade as an seo and marketing consultant. Eric skirted zooey in two thousand. Nineteen a customer communication platform that enables your business drink. I in local search results improves. Customer reviews and increases revenue. Erica's passionate about empowering small businesses and startups grow beyond their own expectations. Thanks so much for joining me today. Eric yeah thanks for having me on the show. I really appreciate it absolutely. I'm thrilled to have you here. These you know this topic around. Seo and marketing and and all of that is always still important and something that i think small business owner struggle with unless they're in the marketing space. No yeah definitely. So i think one thing is to kind of look at in terms of you know your marketing budget and then you know based off of our ally like what were you going to go from there right so creating the right marketing mix and you know with these local businesses. A lot of it. They don't believe in that way because they're so bogged down in their business And that's why they just need quick solutions or you know tools to enable them to make these data driven decisions on the fly. Yeah do you think that up. Sometimes i think that they expect that Because they're local people are just gonna know about him or find out about him. Be you know. Because they're in the hood so to speak and sad definitely. Is that true. Yes definitely that's something where you know. They're like oh. Yeah i don't i don't i don't need your help. I don't need this like that. You know. I have my family members and my family members you know. Invite their friends and their cousins common. You know that's how our businesses bill we've been around for forty years. I can't tell you how many business owners i've spoken to on the phone with that exact response. It's really really eye-opening and you know that's another. You know thing here. Hurdle is that not convincing them. That something like you know the solution that my team and i have know Would work for them and that they're willing to educate themselves in terms of you know growing in for the new age right exactly okay. Well we're going to try and give them some information today that will help them reevaluate how they are viewing these things. So i'm curious. What what marketing strategy. What local. let's say it this way with local business. Marketing strategies are working. And what ones aren't working right now. Yes so i mean one. That's definitely working is the referral business. You know getting friends to refer you or you know in this case with the online presence. Know growing those reviews You know whether it's yell or in. Google my business growing those reviews and getting those out there And then people reading about those right because you know a lot of people have iphones or androids right but For instance on apple maps. If you type in barbershop right in your phone yes when search result it polls yoke rally. Yes just so it's gonna pull the yelp search results and you know if you're if you're not on their you know how do you expect to gain new business and you know i think something. That really doesn't work is like facebook ads. That's interesting how come because a lot of it is in the targeting right. Like i can't tell you how many times i've seen you know. Just scrolling through online on instagram or facebook or wherever and seeing ads of pizza joints. I'm in los angeles but seeing pizza joint in minnesota like what what is that gonna do for your business. You know so. I think that people think that they could just go ahead and go in facebook. Because it's like you know a self serve add manager and just set up these campaigns and then just let it run but like there's so much science data behind this kind of stuff so you're just essentially doing nothing for your business. Besides you know spending money with little to no our ally And that's why. I think it's very very critical to you. Know grow your referral business But in an online way. I mean obviously word of mouth is definitely the strongest marketing and always will be right. That's just giving someone stamp of approval and you know but that's essentially how you look at the online reviews space And you know you're reading other people's referrals and you know whoever has the most deferrals or the best referrals. It's not necessarily that. You have to have five stars right force get to Because it puts an honesty level out there that people will then appreciate and trust you know. You have all five star decide okay. This seems a little fishy. And i mean. Sometimes you've been. Do you know even a restaurant that you're like. Oh wow this has five stars in two thousand reviews and you go there and you're like okay. We'll i would give this place. Maybe a four you know so. It's like your expectation. You gotta set expectations and that all starts with You know being honest and and referring in a You know ethical way right right so i think this is so interesting and one of the things that i i want to sort of repeat for people. Is that when you said if you google barbershops yelp comes up. I you know i. I think that should be a light bulb moment for people. Because i think they think if someone googles barbershops they're going to show up in a list of barbershops and maybe but what i'm hearing you say is not at the top. Top signals for local is is proximity right proximity search. So you know but if someone has even like two more reviews in you or just you know any reviews and you have none like yeah. Of course they're gonna you know. Trust the you know. The business reviews over yours is just a. it's just a given. It's kinda sad you know because if you knew you know that's tough but that's the that's why you know zooey was created but then advantage out there and give a tool know self-serve. Yeah exactly so.

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"zooey" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"God is brought you too far for you to abandon all that he's done. It's time for you to lean in and chris fourth to same. What's on the side of the struggle. If you quit now imagine the face of your enemy. See i'm too stubborn the quit. I don't want to give the enemy. The gratitude to see what i look like stopping premature of what god has called me to walk in this any season you stop a walk into prematurely is the season that will always arrive too small. If you can stay the course. God has something in store for you greater than what you're going through. Let me paint this picture for you. The doubt of victory as far sweeter than the memory of struggle seven hundred million had the get beyond living in yesterday and focus on what they had right here right now and one of the things that i'm finding that were missing is that we often hear how to steward time. We often hear how to stewart finances. We often hear how to start our relationships. But very few times zooey here how the stewart pain and so when paying interest into our life we think that god has abandoned and forsaken us when in fact god can utilize the pain to propel us into the season.

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"zooey" Discussed on Capitalisn't

Capitalisn't

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Capitalisn't

"With other billionaires across the globe than the money matters more and more and more yeah that's absolutely recently saw the speech the tumen gay when he stepped down i think should be taught in school because israeli moving first of all he leaves the white house and takes a train to go to independence missouri to leave in the house that is wife united from her mother because he no other possession and at the time there was no pension for vice president was introduced later and he refuses to sell out the presidency so he actually leave very modestly in independence zooey spending his time with the mayor of independent masui and the community of independence missouri that is a completely different world than the one today completely contrast that bill clinton are contrast that to the to the money that that presidents go onto make now after serving as it's become a licensed to make money in addition to being many other things but it has become a licensed to make money and you're right that's a huge contrast i do want this by circling back to.

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"zooey" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"What i change my mind. Go on with coach drew. I'm jumping back on. He wants to flip flop princess. It's official a don't let you down. You gotta whole chat room all men in here. I'm gonna go reports koksal pause blackheart. Sin yeah i switch it up. Give back to the by me and coach zooey. They need to be all sports. We aren't that good ball senior. Write that down to basketball football baseball. That's it. That's only dr kennedy more soccer lacrosse in too old swimming. Some soon bid called out by coach. This challenge my friend. Got what you've been called out by the coach coach drew. Do you accept the challenge. Because that's makes it efficiency. I coach to call me out. Sending on anything you talkin. Oh syn show us talking to coach. Call them out. I don't hear that. I've.

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Michael Bolton and Zooey Deschanel to Host ‘Celebrity Dating Game’ at ABC

Colleen and Bradley

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Michael Bolton and Zooey Deschanel to Host ‘Celebrity Dating Game’ at ABC

"Chanel and Michael Bolton are the new host of the celebrity dating game. Wow. Yes, ABC has picked up the game show for 81 hour episodes. And the original dating game If you recall, ran on ABC from 1965 to 1973, then had several updates in syndication. And this one promises that bolt inundation. L will give you a wry wink at modern dating with a star studded roster of celebrity singles in their pursuit to find love.

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"zooey" Discussed on Play Your Way

Play Your Way

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"zooey" Discussed on Play Your Way

"And stepping into the online multiplayer scene. But it was also a time to where i i did. you know. Put a lot of hours into something like minecraft. I did put oca- i did dabble around and in games. Like pure which is like four four wheeler game. Like you have see because i think it was bundled with the console or it was just like christmas president when i got the consul and even just like like attempting to step outside of my multi-player comfort zone and like try to play single player games which i was kind of like anti single player at the time so like just caused him. Oh i would like download and disease random demos and they never stuck but but it. It was a fun time of just like just. Let's just have you know it was it was. It was a fun season. It was a fun season in kind of like the playstation two. There was a there was a lot of games for it. I mean There was around. Thirteen hundred games released physically For that console in the us and that that's a lie. That's that's probably more than the original xbox. I should have looked out. But i mean there. There's so many there's just so many titles so many good titles. There's so many times. That i have not still have not even heard of. I mean the the title of that. I'm playing right now. Shorts on the playstation three but katherine. I'm playing on the sixty. And i did not know about this game and that it even existed until i went to a flea market but tomb raider for the three sixty two dollars at a flea market in open it up in catherine was inside. I was like oh okay. That's interesting though. Yeah so. I was like this is cool. I mean it sounds like from your experience with catherine so far. It's been a pleasant surprise very much so that bad game. It's so good. It's so good so good. I mean maybe that'll be be a bigger conversation for another time. But there's there's a lot of there's a lot of great titles on there. I haven't even mentioned this once you recently. This week actually Banjo zooey nuts and bolts. Which is is was now on my backlog. I played. I played about an hour of it and haven't played the original banjo zooey but i did play. Grundy's revenge like i mentioned in previous episodes but i played it and it was absolutely a three sixty title at. It's finest and i know it. Did it not get. It wasn't really well received compared to the classic but it was one of those where i did I i did kind of kinda put down and kind of took off my backlog and kind of put to the side and realize it's not a game i'll play but but i appreciate what it is and it just reminds me of just three sixty era when it comes graphics when it comes to play ability and just the adventure in gameplay and just uniqueness three sixty. It's a it's a solid silat consul. Great yeah i mean i love the three sixty five will not disagree with you here.

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Leap into Adventure with New Super Lucky's Tale

Gaming Ride Home

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Leap into Adventure with New Super Lucky's Tale

"New Super Lucky tale is out today on xbox one and playstation four. It's an expanded version of Super Lucky Tale, which was an xbox one exclusive for a little while new super lucky tale came out on switch previously. But today it's on xbox one and playstation four. Is like platforms, but this is one I never got around to trying it looks cute and very old school in a Banjo zooey sort of charming way.

The next two years of Donald Trump

Correspondents Report

06:26 min | 4 years ago

The next two years of Donald Trump

"Let's head to the United States. I way President Donald Trump has come out swinging after midterm elections this week sacking his attorney general holding testy press conference and banning prominent CNN reporter from the White House in doing so he's lift America and the Washington principal wondering whether this is the tone to expect for the next two years, Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel reports it's about seven AM after the terms I can hear my son scuffling around downstairs getting ready for the early. Bus to school is mommy Heim yet. I hear mosque. My husband the exits the front door into the foggy Deysi morning. Yes. Sh- I came home at about five AM after reporting through the night on the election results at last live crosses into a stray Leah's evening news or in the very early hours of the US morning from freedom plaza just behind the White House the lights. Hind me framing the US capital in the distance. The midterm results presents a lot more obstacles for Donald Trump for his next two years in office. So Daniel joins us from Washington Zoe, what will losing the house main for the president. He can expect a lot of pushback, basically, it's going to make it really hard for him to get the rest of his policy promises through but beyond that, you can expect Democrats to launch a series of investigations into the Trump administration. And it's going to be another busy day. The first of the next two years for a Trump administration hampered now having lost control of the house to the Democrats. Never this feeling. No the power to win my fine vibrates, and I pick it up of the bid-side title. It's my Donald Trump tweet alert. Are we doing a news conference at the White House? He says and so the second two years begins. Thank you very much bliss. I've been covering Donald Trump now for three years since the end of twenty fifteen when he was just an outsider candidate since he's been president. He hasn't done many of these free. Wheeling solo press conferences the last one. I recalling day say was in February twenty seventeen a few weeks after he's inauguration when he called a press conference with Balian an hour's notice causing the press to scramble from all over the city, and it feels like we've been scrambling ever since two years later, I find myself sitting in the East Room of the White House, again, the president sills the midterms result in which the Republicans lost the house, but gained seats in the Senate as a success as an example of the eleven candidates. We campaigned with during the last week nine one lesson. This vigorous campaign is up the Blue Wave that they talked about. I don't know if. There ever was such thing. But could have been if we didn't do the campaigning. Probably there could have been while. He's early tone was measured the press conference quickly degenerated when the president was pressed on his pre election campaign, specifically anti immigration regime, cover a so caravan of migrants headed for the US border from Central America Vigors, president challenge you on one of the statements that you made in the tail end of the campaign in terms Zooey, go that well, I if you want us residents and that this caravan wasn't invasion as you consider to be as known as president caravan was not an invasion. It's a it's a group of migrants moving up from Central America towards the border with the US. Thank you. Why why did you why did you characterize it as such as I consider an invasion you, and I have a difference of do you think that you demonized immigrants that is electron try them? I want them to come into the country, but they have to come in legally, you know, they have to come in Jim through a process I wanted to be a process, and I want people to come in. And we need the people you're playing your weight. You know, why it was quite a moment as CNN's Jimmy Costa who habitually takes on the president. And his press secretary kept pushing and refused to give up the microphone. They're hundreds of miles away though there hundreds and hundreds of Manila that that's not an invasion. Honestly, I think you should let me run the country you run CNN or if you did it. Well, you're reading let me ask you if I may as president by may are you worried enough. That's that's one of the other folks that's enough. Pardon me, ma'am on this. That's enough as president. I had one of the guy may ask on on the Russian Gatien. Are you? -cerned that that you may not concerned about anything with investigation because it's a hoax, are you? That's enough. Put down the mic president. Are you worried about indictments coming down in this? I'll tell you what she n n should be ashamed of itself having you work in for them. You are a rude. Terrible person. You shouldn't be working for CNN from my ri- talk. Good here. I think it was Saracen is calling out to a cost to put down the microphone for a moment. The angle is so palpable that I wanted. If a punch might be thrown or if the secret service would stepping, but a cost of finally, pasta, Mark and the press conference continued go ahead. I think that's very rude person the way, you treat Sarah Huckabee is horrible and the way you treat. Other people are horrible, you shouldn't treat people that way. And go ahead meter in gyms defense, I've traveled within the watching him. He's a diligent reporter who busts fan of yours either. So I understand to be honest. So let me ask you a question. If I can you repeatedly you are the best Mr President, you repeatedly over the course of the just sit down place light of the White House revoked the scene in reporters credential, accusing him of placing his hands on the intern who attempted to take the mic something that multiple eye. Witnesses have refuted, however, the White House is staunchly sticking to that story. The hats to divert attention from the other one the fact that Donald Trump also started the post meet tombs era by sacking his attorney general Jeff Sessions reigniting concerns about obstruction of Justice. And whether he plans to shut down the ongoing Russia probe if. Day. One is any guide to the lead up to twenty twenty. It's time to get some sleep in Washington this Zoe Daniel for correspondents reported.

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