18 Burst results for "cecilio"

"cecilio" Discussed on Tales

Tales

07:16 min | 10 months ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Tales

"Your life. It wasn't a hard choice for cecilio had always been poor. He threw his five hundred centavo on the ground and took off into the jungle at a sprint. He ran without looking back. Tiny legs pumping hard against the ground branches and briers tore at his arms but he ignored the pain. He just wanted to be safe. Cecilio reached a large tree and scurried up. The branches like a squirrel. He didn't stop until he was safely at the top. The bandits hadn't followed him cecilio against the trunk and shut his eyes. I could go back to the farm. He thought maybe amelia would be willing to pay me now. I bet he'd be happy to see me. I know the other workers would be cecelia's is shot open. Men were shouting in the distance. He climbed out on a branch to get a better look. Cecilio had a clear view through the tree. Line all the way to the road. The two bandits were facing off against one another shouting and glowering at one. Another cecilio couldn't make out what they were saying but he knew a conflict over money when he saw one. It happened almost daily in the fields between day workers. Suddenly the bearded bandit drew his machete and took a swing. His companion cecilio couldn't look. He clasped his hands over his eyes. He couldn't see but he could still hear the awful sounds of the fight the clang of metal and curses he had never heard before floated over the trees. Then he heard pained screams the sound of a machete hacking through flesh and then nothing cecilio slowly lowered his hands and peered through the branches. The two bandits lay on the dirt road covered in blood. He leaned forward waiting for one of them to get up but neither man moved. Cecilio believe it. The bandits had killed one another his bag of money sat between the two corpses ready to be reclaimed by its true owner. Cecilio carefully worked his way back down the tree and ran through the brush toward the road he slowed. He stepped out onto the dirt. Now wet with the dark. Red blood of the bandits. Their eyes were open. Staring toward the sun cecilio watched the bodies as he tiptoed across the bloody ground then. He grabbed his bag of money and took off sprint. Cecilio ran as long as he could but the heat of the day quickly took a toll on him he slowed to a walk. He was certain that he should have reached the town by now but there was no sign of civilization. He had gone the wrong way. The reality of his situation began to sink in. There was no shade in the road and he desperately needed water. He had gained his freedom. But that wouldn't matter if he died on his first day putting one foot in front of the other he struggled along his ears perked up as heard the rush of a river up ahead he took off at a sprint. The water was clear and shallow enough to see fish swimming along. The bottom cecilio wasted. No time dunking his entire head into the water and lapping it. Up like a dog but his joy was short lived mid drink. A beefy hand grabbed the scruff of his neck before cecilio even knew what had happened. His body was jerked violently from the water. He flew backward landing with a thud on the sand. When he opened his eyes he was staring into the point of a machete. Cecilia does is followed. The blade up to its wielder. He couldn't believe his misfortune. Another thief stood over him and this one was bigger than the previous to put together. The thief pushed the machete. Closer to cecelia's face and gestured for his bag. Don't be stupid. Just hand me your bag and you can go right back to playing in the water. Cecilio held out the bag holding his five hundred centavo. Who's the thief snatched it out of cecelia's hand and slowly backed away. The machete still trained on the boy. Then he turned and ran laughing into the jungle. Cecilio sat down on the damp earth lowering his head into his hands. Mr amelio was right. He thought there's no one to protect me out here. My life on the farm wasn't that bad. maybe. I really was better off with him. A twig snaps nearby and cecelia's head jerked up the back to back. Robberies had made him sensitive to the slightest sound but it wasn't a robber sneaking up on him. This time it was an old woman with a large pack on her back wrinkles lined her warm smile as she held out a hand. Watch them matter. Young man cecilio white his tears and replied. I've been robbed twice today. The old woman's eyebrows arched up twice. That's quite an accomplishment. A boy your age shouldn't be out here all alone. not unarmed. that is the old woman. Dropped her pack onto the ground and pulled out a long wooden club. She handed it to cecilio but he couldn't lift it above his head. It was about as tall as him. He thanked her but he wasn't sure. What good a club would do if he couldn't swing it. She smiled at him and leaned closer. You don't have to swing it. It swings itself cecilio but the old woman wasn't joking. She poked her finger into his chest. I'm trying to help you boy. Now say strike when you wanted to hit somebody and it'll lay into them until you say stop. Cecilia does laugh. Faded as he stared at the giant club in his hand. The old woman nodded to the dark path through the jungle. Take it go after that. Bandit that robbed you. You'll see then when you've got your money back to me at my home. The old woman pointed across the river. There was a large shack sitting just off the water. He wasn't sure how he missed it before. He.

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"cecilio" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"cecilio" Discussed on The Interchange

"You know central station the energy component of it is what is a little bit new here, and so Amazon is making a bet that they can utilize their ecosystem that they've built up Alexa enabled devices to become both the central hub of visualization and monitoring of energy consumption, which we should talk about the value of that. And second the home I think ultimately more importantly, the home of control if Amazon is the central hub of controlling all those devices and then that becomes the place through which you can, for example, interface with your electric rate or with wholesale markets per year point before then that puts Amazon in the driver's seat for utilizing these resources as distributed energy resources. The other thing by the way that I think often unrecognized we see this. So there's their alternative ways to do this. By the way, we have a portfolio company sense which has been on Mike from San Cecilio has been on the podcast before you know, they deliver similar visibility without needing to plug in individual devices because they take days off of the smart meter and then disaggregated. There's other companies that do that as well. What you find when you deliver that kind of data device level energy consumption, and into the home or into the hands of customers is that you know notoriously people. Don't think that much about energy and it's true. They don't think about that much about energy but energy as a proxy for utilization of a resource, and so you actually get really clear visibility into what's going on in your home if you're looking at the energy consumption so you can see like is my garage door open. How long was my son playing xbox last night I call these kinds of things are visible through energy consumption. So I don't know how Amazon is going to do it but in some ways energy is a can be a Trojan horse for just real time visibility into the home. I have so much to say about this. Let's take Amazon's play first and then I wanted to talk a little bit about sense because I have experienced with sense. And I. Think it speaks to my opinion on like where this market is headed or how consumers think about energy in the home. So first of all, totally make sense that Amazon would want developers to. Integrate with Alexa, make their products interact with consumers Alexa that all makes perfect sense It makes sense that you could probably shave off some energy use in the home by making those devices smarter by allowing them to learn your behaviors allowing you to remotely control them. All of that is what consumers generally want and consumers use those products..

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"cecilio" Discussed on A REAL ESTATE SHOW

A REAL ESTATE SHOW

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on A REAL ESTATE SHOW

"Tom Hanks Character Wilson Yeah exactly in so that's kind of like light. Everyday is a new day so it just go into the positive attitude and don't take yourself so seriously and got one lights smile on you're safe why why walk around and knock over it yeah is it is a glass half full or half empty tactful me Jamaica Yeah. Are you a naturally optimistic person. I think I am I think I I've I'm more what's word practically practically realistically optimistic combined the two. I'm still like a real a more like okay. I WanNa do this but I could put like measured steps together. Go there understand what it takes. I think I have to be optimistic. Martha visionary. Here's a goal in we'll look at you like crazy to attainment coal. If I told someone I'd like five years ago they'd be like yeah and I so you have to be a little bit as a as a visionary to be a little but really optimistic demisgr- things in and then you gotTa Break Gut Bring the energy. 'cause people sense that in you just. Kinda gotTA. GotTa bring the energy all the time. You're you're a leader in the Gernot adopters. All how are other football you can show up. It's like a and I am big into coaching couple coaches. Now I got my. I got a trainer from across it. I'm actually going to go see tonight. He's just like you're not supposed like I could do something as like a hernia doesn't mean he met in the hospital. The do toe lifts or something come on. Put me in coach so so all right so for I that this would be helpful for the for the incident so if you if you kick off with and you might not be on your game or you might have low energy. How do you change your mindset and set midday or you get bad call and you have to jump onto the next call. Enclose a million dollar million dollar deal or something like how can you rebuild rebuild that energy on demand or can you yeah so. I'll go back to some people are Greyish compartmentalization that means they right away. They just snap out of it. Some days. I could just snap out of it other days. I have to refocus myself some. I'm on the Nike or here. GEICO go down in school for a walk. Come back grab coffee or something or more water outsmart their shot even on orkla shop by one Bala just to get out. those are simple things. Sometimes I like books Bug Log. Sometimes I throw like music thrown. Some like loud. Music is really a big thing. Everyone's like Woods Creek doing loud. Music makes me focused do burger or do you just listen not dance. There was no no dancing journal journals awful lot so I have different mechanisms that developed which works for myself. I think we ought to find out what works for South recenter ourselves. I think that's something that's developed. It's not innate. You're not born with it. I think that's something that you just Kinda. You have to grind your own. What what's going to work best for you. I love reading books. Silence will think of the day the books are suggestions on what works the author doesn't mean. It's going to work for you again. other people's ideas other people's experiences. That's great. You get to learn about those ultimately. You have to figure out what works for yourself based in who you are all different so I bit of advice is Kinda. China just tried different things out bar other people's ideas and figure out what works for you got it all right so I saw you looking over at your bookshelf. Read off the top five books that you can see on there. Ah I like how how to think like Leonardo Da Vinci. That's good Love Success Napoleon Hill. I like like this. One called hooked yeah. I got some Robert Green and I got I got a lot of them up there her and then I got some Sun Tzu in the Princeton each other like those guys so chiller just Machiavelli. You've got your warrior section and then you've got all the power of infiltrate nice yeah a lot of good day a law good some of these other guys was a good book in there some traditional stuff on Kaladze Jong Lot of him some writings and Emerson Emerson all right so when you're playing your loud music what's what's your Go-to. Gm like you you close the blinds and you you put on the loud music to help you get back in the frame of mind. What's your go to jam. I just it's like it's more like I don't know. It's more house music. We're trying to house music so it's. Dj's yeah so got the lab job. Get the heartbeat going yeah yeah okay. Gotcha all right so back back to the business side so you're closing out some funds close close to two hundred million dollars under management so what will be the next step you close out these funds then what yes so the next next took three years is do a series of these funds really build out our technology really build out our our data components company on this is very big in this will allow us to build the community. We have a goal in three years. Build our community do three or two hundred thousand customers first and then once we build our communities offering other products that the same criteria so what other alternative investments outside a real estate people who don't.

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"cecilio" Discussed on A REAL ESTATE SHOW

A REAL ESTATE SHOW

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on A REAL ESTATE SHOW

"You get real estate education out of it as well as US mutual funds and getting return those fines so I kind of look at this something could be with an educational level just starting out or just review Jim kind of later on attribute a little bit older. You just want to kind of try something out. See how it works too so i. I see very entries very low. Make it very educational not Schmaltz to just try it out. See Oh wow this is how it works learning lots. Id it could be a learning tool as well. Neither someone who's done this before or have more ask you could you could put more money in we've had people come in automated through our platform as high as a million dollars was low as five hundred so really it's from from all kinds of stations in life all different kinds of socioeconomic backgrounds not someone pre-qualifying. You say you don't look like vaster because it's the result digital's in the digital world so that's what's great. There's no kind of discrimination. There's no it's a democracy in this whole investing process got it so I can come to the table. Grandma graduate from high school or college and Grandma gives me five hundred bucks. I mean this is hypothetical. My grandma did not give me five hundred bucks but let's just say that happen. I could go and I could try to you know buy something nice and ipod or whatever ipad or I could put five hundred dollars into a real estate investment and become a real estate investor with that money as low as five hundred bucks yeah okay. Here's what what happened. What was going on before for your company came out like what is new in the industry that allowed your company to come in and step in and be able to do this and now you're making real estate investing approachable by the average? Joe People you know who might not know a lot about real safe but they have a little bit to invest yeah. I see where the idea kind kind of came from. I think it was a perfect storm through my story of of just might my journey in life everything at that point in time this kind of logging doc pass the kind of all that coming together so I was taught to syndication business late in the nineteen nineties and there's some very wealthy individuals is really ripois. Club is Craig. Don't share this went. They went out of the of the young guy at the table. I was fortunate. I got like twenty three twenty four years old. I'm like this is great but I saw a lot of things that never sat well. My stomach business was like a very win lose type of model they had always win them and in growing up or that. I had very hardworking parents were class mother schoolteacher for thirty seven years other China's China's retail trade. She's really pretty much living off her pension today more than anything else they really screw up the wealth bladder. Kinda see them kind of always struggled economically at the same time and then kind of going into what I did is kind was perfect storm for this kind of okay I wanNA become successful but Pomona help people out it and learn a lot technology a little bit along the way because as bill might companies over the years has always doing emails nells in databases and what was the first thing I think it was the first friend to have a palm pilot back in the day in storing contacts is running that the late ninety it was a very natural evolution for me to get into technology on things so I was thinking. Oh yeah there's technology their social media today. Alice's there's this new regulatory law there and now I can offer this product to the everyday person all these parts together. My brain's Kinda connected. It developed okay so you mentioned a word syndication. Could you share with the audience what that means and how did you play your spot in that because you were young when you when you got kicked off into that yes syndication for me mind my definition syndication optic. Ralph defined works differently is is in the capital raising world is when you need a raise dollars for something it could be for business a restaurant the real estate deal it could be the start company seeing the lout in you get a bunch of people together any syndicates divided up so he get ten people vini arrays with a million dollars make tangible for one hundred thousand dollars in syndicated deal so it's kind of aggregating funds from multiple artists at the end of the day so. I had a lot of background doing that since the late ninety s as top that business out of structured deals. How's that were cows. How's everything more components complexities of that and basically what I'm doing today is to in that scene thing but on super steroids. It's because we're applying technology is here. Don't do dinners. You don't have phone conversations where everyone's online real time the bank information center over in real all the time so it's a it's it's the same premise that's more kind of online using technology to do things okay so you got the idea. Tell us about the day that you got the idea for for your company or you and your partner like how did you how did you go from. We had the idea to rolling rolling it out because what I'd like to share with the audience is not only the process of you know of building a real estate company building a company that serves the real estate community so loved to hear some your insights insights in the story there. There's probably more stories attached that so so at this point in time I have a an investment firm and let's see I think thirteen or fourteen and for that firm we were buying distressed assets and lending lending on distressed assets then I was thinking I also big undoing a five year plans. I think was thirteen as like okay in eighteen I wanna be all and multifamily just follow up market cycles so I had put all that together and then I saw some these laws get passed popping up and I saw how we had a solicit investors in constraints. We had an analysis ole. Mike God you could you this to light anybody you just gotTa get this all to the SEC in apply technology do it. I don't have to have all these sales people anymore. Complaining About Commission Shacks Uneven Neither. I'm like this is great. That's kind of dawned on me right there. Okay and that's what I kind of. Germany did in like okay. What's the product in I already kind of a business plan together of my five year plan on being bullied the multifamily space kind of had the product. They're on in in place so then it was okay. sense greats not have the idea what I wanna do them looking around me and I have twenty five employees employees to a hired for completely different business tech guys here. I got Nolan tax that was the other thing is like I need to get a security in private equity guy in here to not having on that's like this is gonNa cost in your way to get these vehicles going and complexities of every time Tom I had to hire an attorney. Now everything to do is kind of security and so kind of Sirte I gotta find somebody exit link up with and that's when I kind of reached out in down my partner. It will happen to be a corporate security attorney and became from private equity world as well and had a background commercial real estate so it was kind of like one of those moments like yeah. I'm excited them like a lot of work to do now. I gotTA figure this out. Do I do with Lisa police for my other business business. So short story is I had to wind that went down and started. This went pretty much the partner when peace at times build it up where we are today so now her office eating percent people tech marketing so making the pivot from the traditional world of of how real estate was done right so you'd solicit an investor you'd find a deal and then you'd go out to the investor network and you'd pull out your palm pilot or your rolodex serve whatever you guys had a briefcase full of business cards and you'd start calling on the investors right so now comes technology and he had sales guys like hitting the phone calls being being bang in hint phones all day now comes a day of technology now when you come across the deal. What does it look like for you guys in your company a big difference in the digital age coming in two thousand nine hundred thousand ten that change everything as well. Aso You've I you had the whole kind of the whole world chain so isn't really to adapt that situation. I don't think that was difficult so I think people are more and more are doing more things online the customer they're. They're online more now than ever so it's it's every year. It gets a little bit easier and easier on your customer. There's live data out there and everybody's kind of doing it. In the beginning stages. No is a little different right. You're you're miss mixing traditional ways to do things so one. What we've done is when we got while by the with this current offering is usually what you tried to do is fill the whole fund in six months time period in so we really opened the door stress on June seventeenth is when we lower the minimum to you up to five hundred dollars in we have a six month time periods to fill up so we could use that money to purchase the properties were taken down one to two profits per month now with us close in that fund out in probably in February and so by doing that is every time we I property. We we do webinars throughout the digital world. We talk about it. we we talked about our structures reached process. Would you find such Asian. Shen you realty education advanced education education. what I mean by that is some really big now to perform a work so whatever it is whatever that person business alive. It's awareness New Peoples Lavish is kind of one one one one anchalee buys to that but in some cases we the more complex with that we're using data technologies out there deliver the right context right person so based on what your interest is right kind of content piece so we're really moving shake in with that with that. That's the technology world laid match domestic consumer using the data. May I is like okay. I don't no not this product brand new idea. What the hell you're talking about Drake's. Maybe it's more of a financial literacy content piece first awareness of what this is all about the portfolio's whereas if you're someone who's Magnolia about has no idea about real estate. We'll get the real estate conversation and then there's a lot of people are dislocate eight. You just tell me what it is any bulls in weight point you in that direction as well so it's really a lot of moving parts on around so that's kind of been the first three years assistance understanding building technology around that which is not something like. Ecu that and re time you try to find a developer Google losing office in your backyard steals. Them pays place as much money as forums. That's come to chunks. Today's market is more getting team in place but we got pretty good team in place. We're we're. We're exciting what we're doing.

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"cecilio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's Geno two on Bob McClay. Here's our top story. You are definitely not my ally. Saudi see KIO, I'm coming for you. You need to shut up. It was a raucous meeting last night as hundreds of people turned out the Phoenix city council meeting to demand that some police officers be fired. They're upset after a video surface showing the way the officers confronted a family while responding to a shoplifting. Call last month. We're now hearing from Phoenix city councilman Sal Cecilio following last night's heated city council meeting. It was one of the worst things I've ever seen. It's part of a national movements and the thing that happened the other day when they said that this individual is child stole a doll. It wasn't about that. It was by an adult shoplifting taking a child to the scene of a crime, Decio tells Arizona's morning news. The beating last night was horrible and these individuals are trying to take down the police department. The council voted seven to two last night to pass a budget that includes seven hundred twenty one billion dollars four Phoenix. Police decide. Issue was one of the novotes. Critical day on the front lines of the fifty thousand acre Woodbury fire in the superstitions. That is now less than ten miles away from the Roosevelt lake area, KTAR's, Jim cross is live in the news center. Bob by nine hundred people working on the fires beginning as move out of the extremely rugged wilderness area of deep canyon state cliffs were firefighters. Read admitted it much better trained, type one team information officer, dick Fleishman says today's winds could push the fire closer to the Roosevelt lake area. That's why we're been working the last few days, actually prep that ground down that where it's a lot safer for us. And you hit the term perfectly fighting that fire on our terms now Roosevelt leg. Marina closed last night international for a shutdown, all campgrounds of the lake east of Roosevelt dam this morning. Live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news Phoenix Suns forward, Josh Jackson is in the news this morning for all the wrong reasons, according to court documents involving a family dispute. The mother of Jackson's four month old child accuses him of using marijuana and getting the. hi is a very eventful offseason obviously was arrested at a music festival in miami trying to avoid police faces a felony charge there vince mirada with ninety eight seven.

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"cecilio" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on KCRW

"Shelters. Mayor Garcetti is telling neighbors, welcome these centers, and we'll clean up the encampments, but homeless people and their advocates say those street, sweeps or an unfair punishment. KCRW NS Cup has this report from a protest sporting outside of new shelter in Hollywood. This shelter opened near the walk of fame, in April, and ever since there have been regular street sweeps with sanitation workers and police ordering homeless people to clear tents and belongings off the sidewalks mayor Garcetti says social workers are involved, but organizers Cecilio Ben who used to be homeless in this area himself, tells a different story. We're not seeing anything by way of resources out here to actually get people off the streets. Get people house. This protest was organized by homeless. And formerly homeless people in Hollywood, as well as members of the L A tenants union who say rising, rents mean, the line between tenant, and unsheltered is getting blurrier all the time. They'll be Anna, Scott reporting the California, assembly has passed a Bill that would change the status of most gig economy workers, along with many other independent contractors, the proposal would require certain companies to classify workers, as employee's that would make them eligible for benefits, like health coverage and unemployment insurance. Democratic assemblywoman lorraina Gonzales says tax payers, ultimately shoulder the cost when workers do not have these protections, because when someone doesn't have healthcare in their hurt on the job in their, an independent contractor, they go the emergency room, and we all pay for that Bill faces opposition from companies like Uber and lift who use gave workers..

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Invest ten percent of your money can w money in five or ten years or something like that. And they were arguing with those like there's no way we can find no investment. That's returning ten percent in. He was just like just you can they're like, no nothing nothing in the world. Does that he was like, well, you guys don't know about it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Great. I remember that guy. The guy is got to. He's got another makeup of his name. He's got a regular names. Like, yeah. I think it was Carl. I was crying. You think about the fact that the average Joe doesn't know about these investments, and it may be one thing to maybe no about investments, but to be able to get into able to share about two gave it a, you know, like you said being the right circles to be able to hear about these investments. The doubling down is not for us to be like, oh, well, you know, we don't we're not privy to this. So therefore, it's not possible for us to grow. Well, I think that the doubling down especially by the SEC was in morsel preventative measure for people not being frauded because you're not a sophisticated investor because you're you haven't gotten to the level to where you can invest hundred thousand or whatever the case may be and you don't actually know the rules of the game. We don't actually know what's going on. So it's almost preventative measure to say not until you're in credited or not enter your sophisticated way bets. When you're able to kind of get in on another deals, so people should motivate themselves to get to these stages, and this platform is one. Of the ways that you can do that earlier on before you get to that level. But just know that that level is not something that you should take lightly because when she do get there. It's like a dog eat dog world he added in. That's the fine line regulation regulations in in rights. So I sometimes think too much regulation might Ravi some of your rights. You you have a right to do what you should be able to do there should be some kind of regulation attached to that as well. So I like that ten percent. Lou quality rule. I think that's really a stickler that it should be only ten percent of your networks into something. You're not released acknowledged one basket on the older regulate stuff. They exclude a lot of people. So how you supposed to gain wealth in this country when we turn people can do it when they have the well, it's like their tenets in their wealth where you're sitting. You're like what the hell's going on? And that's what everyone's been complaining about lately in. So that's what we, you know, here is a mechanism where we could we could do it in one of the things we need to promote us ourselves. And other owners myself these platforms, we need them all of us to be successful. We can't have one platform dominate the marketplace we wanna see like. Wanna see hundreds of platforms be successful? I don't wanna hear that bad actor platform. I want to have more positive ones because if you do that in it just gets more people involved in. So we kind of have to grow which we can do this together to have all these companies kind of grow together. Not just have you know, it's not one Bank out there. There's multiple banks of goes. So we may actually this would advice would you give a smart, you know, young VIN professional who's no in the real world has been there for a couple of years who's may be invested in the companies four one K, and they're looking at a brisk five looking to start making a little bit money in. They don't kind of know how much to may be put into real estate where to get started who to turn to what what advice you have for this for this young professional looking to kind of start investing. He abbots definitely start small getting involved in some alternative investments. Start out with a small real estate for folio. Definitely try our side out buried entry small and ours. NCI that works for yourself. Get there early age is great sale. Your wealth builds up in the..

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Means it's only ten percent of your network worth to get involved in these investment vehicles. Kinda wanna move onto that portion of this whole because you talk about how to ten extra investment like venture capitalist saw one quickly walk through assists, through maybe a scenario how they will be able to do that if we're targeting fifteen percent returns over five year period that around about almost doubling your money with something like that when investment vehicles we have the offer as far as venture capitalist and venture capitalist firms. Are we believe that in the industry there there may become obsolete because people are going directly to the consumer to invest in startups into companies in so feel look at in news release recently, I think there's an article on Kobe Bryant on the alley invested six million to accompany two hundred million on it. So that's a case where he does more than ten x was mathematics of three hundred x thirty under figure that out my head thirty x yet dirty, Hugh exer- something. So an example now, those are gonna be opened up to jump public to do those types of things will be often those on our plan. Form as well down the road. And in the past. I would say that, you know, we think it's the general public would think like, you know, you here, and I was watching the show called a hard knocks the other day on. I don't know if you if you heard of that show, but I was watching the shelf on hard knocks the other day. It's basically the training camp of the Cleveland Browns. And there's there's a guy on the team. He's quote, unquote, the teams like financial analyst he was telling the guy who's like, hey, if you invest ten percent of your money. He's new contract for making like a million dollars..

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"I want you to kind of touch on really quick what happened back on what happened in two thousand thirteen twenty fourteen. What happened with the Steve Jobs act the Dodd Frank act like you said the Versi point is actually disrupting investment spice like this crowdfunding selfish brand new. So what happened during that period? That allows me to be what you guys are at the. I think the first one guy naked in believe September of thirteen and that one was basically, even if you were a sophisticated investor you weren't allowed to invest into one these things without having pre existing relationships that said now, you could do, active solicitation. So if I just met you invest with me before it's like we had a pre existing relationship. So that's the first time ever most people. Think hey, I could just go even I have the money. I go invest in something that was not true until thousands or you had developed relationship with that firm that person offer release the significant period of time before he can invest in. Then it was fifteen these Bill. I think the regional Bill got past nine things move. So clear. I think it was April or may of fifteen that is the regulation eight plus got an acted in. That was for the non accredited investor to do it a few firms kind of jump into that. Because the qualification process with the SEC is just a long period of time. So that's why you're not seeing a lot. They just kinda got started going real recent. So it's just started April or may two thousand fifteen in a year to sign up. You know, the first ones relating activate the sixteen or seventeen now are seeing some traction with a few more popping up here. And there there's I don't think there's a lot of Elise realistic crowdfunding platforms. I think maybe to be the third one that really has one active. There's not many at all and of all the ones out that it's three that's not really that's not enough as an industry, we need more. So because the process is so arduous in the app, the gatekeepers in this case, the attorneys is two to three hundred thousand dollars a least into their pockets to get this thing going yet the build out. Technologies. If handle all those investors coming aboard. And do all the Mark in and staff in Highbury entry as as Orgainzation get started with that. So that being said that.

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Before the Millions

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Returns fifteen. Twenty percent year-over-year returns just contacted back. Some of the listeners we talk about what you guys are doing is a crowd funding platform, but more specifically syndications than just for you guys out there who don't know what indication is. I mean, just the easy example, like throughout their just think about you taking a trip you get on a plane in, you know, every single passenger that that's on that plane has purchased a plane ticket to wherever it is the destination is, but collectively there's you know, there's one plane collectively all these people are paying a certain portion of the fuel charges portion of the salaries and so on so forth. That is a syndication met is weary. You take pools of money to strive towards a common goal for everybody. That's involved. So you take that. And you think about real estate in new take a bunch of investors who know individually or may not have the funds to invest in some of these, you know, some of these really are offerings. But you take the power of the people you looking out for the people who are not able to get into some of these investments. Some of these accredited. Investments taking what you're doing kind of thinking about the average Joe somebody who's out there listening who's looking to get involved. What are the garments for them? How much do they need? Do. They need to be accredited as a certain threshold is only offer during certain periods. Kinda kinda walk us through that process. The ads what we're forming here something that just ten percent of your net worth wouldn't have a low minimum amount two thousand in two thousand dollars. That means your net worth is. As speaks loonier residents. Maybe ten thousand to to get involved with something. So if you own if your cars were ten thousand dollars different Claire, that's that that would be NetWorth extend your personal residency have if you have a Bank account with money or other types of assets. So we're focusing on an asset class that it's a little bit too big for the Montpon esters, and it's too small for that large institutional investors, we do compete with them from time to time. So we're in this asset class that's between about a twenty million dollar value. One hundred million dollar value average person that they don't have enough money to get into those assets and the larger guys it's too small from. Do these multimillion dollar to win a million dollar deals? So those assets that you gotta ask yourself. Okay. You know, what why? Why can't get involved in? It's always comes to Kay who are the gatekeepers of these assets brokers nebr- dealer world. So what what are they motivated on while they're motivated on commissions? Right. And you want to get paid. So they're like, okay. Do they wanna talk to a hundred people? Do they wanna talk to you? Are they going to talk to you do not talk to a hedge fund? They're gonna talk to that high net worth guy who's got five million. Plus they want that big. Well, that's all they care about. Because that big mission check they're looking for fifty a hundred thousand dollars conditions. So are they going to ever talk the average person they might say it not gonna do it? Nationalities. So they're going to spend their all their time there in that world. And so where does that leave the average investor? How are they going to have access to this while they might have access to you might say someone say, hey, what about the publicly traded reach that are on the stock market. Yeah. But that look those returns to three percent. I mean, they're not return of these higher higher returns. So how'd you get involved while MRs what we're trying to do through crowdfunding through Diversey funds get involved into you know, higher than better. Overall return than he gets to the stock market into the saints sane asset. Classes is ultra rich in the wealthy low the in I wanna highlight again, the fact that these investments like before twenty fourteen these investments were not privy to the average investor. I mean, you're talking about investment thousand dollars into a multimillion dollar asset. I mean, this is this was unheard of in..

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Their process takes a few years to get a going in burying money in the market crash. It would be very expensive endeavor in that was just kind of really it was a tough time to get through. I think more emotionally because it was tough to you had a business, but you had to let go of most of your sales people that. In time because there's really nothing to sell your kind of like, what do I do at this point in time? And again, literally someone walked through my door and said, hey, Craig, we, you know, things are going so crazy right now. But I think nephew months people are just going to get rid of all these assets, we should just by the distressed assets, the former employment walked through my door. So there is not to walk through the door. And that's when we started kind of okay, let's lift winter do this. But that whole year was like, hey, why don't we do in just kinda struggling get by a day today? So that was a tough time. So it always some tough times. But do nothing like a avenue. Maybe just doesn't faze me. You started your first businesses thousand four when did you was this diversified under or do start to respond a little bit later when the fun was we'd I didn't go fulltime Diversey fund till two years ago. Two thousand sixteen came up with the concept in two thousand fourteen at a shutdown. My previous businesses and sell that went off in opened up Diversey fund fulltime, but the employees were up to like twenty employees now instead. Don MARTINI anniversary was last Friday. I wanna come and talk about diversity fund now for a little bit because you're opening up a crowdfunding. You're opening up your basically, you know, empowering as you say the average Joe to maybe invest like the one percents. I wanna I wanna talk about what that means. What is diversified in? How is platform, you know, revolutionizing crowdfunding especially in terms of real estate. Yes. So our platforms primary missions to build wealth for everyone. So open up the playing field like I was mentioning previously. We're not gonna exclude anybody everyone's included. So now at the the rules from dodd-frank Dak in the jobs act. You can open up to everybody. The buried entry is really hard in high right now to do these things to open up the platform lot people have platforms, but they're really only opened up to credited investors, really open up to anybody non accredited investors. It takes quite a bit of effort energy in resources to do it. So we've been going through the process with the SEC in it's been about a twelve month process. To get approved. So just for someone to start a company up. It's gonna cost you kind of a million dollars to get the thing going you have to have really some fortitude to dec- through. So that's a bird entry of not a lot of.

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"The low inside the business to the real estate side of the business development side business. Learn everything could at that point in time. I think I had a palm pilot, which if you remember the palm pilots, I mean, maybe don't. So I I was big into like collect meet everybody. I'm like how much was the track? All these people are me, I was like aggressively like meeting people on getting business cards, and I was like, okay. How do I stay in touch? Let's taken on put on my palm pilot but contacts in so I always grew a big network. So as meeting people trying to figure out who they were put them into some kind of today's its CRM system, but back down palm pilot. So I could kind of Email them all at once. So I was thinking, okay. Meet more people. Let them know what you're doing in kind of repeat rinse repeat, rants and just learn as much can't learn about the whole gamut of of real estate in what I learned along the way in what I learned by observing these guys who made a lot of money. They knew win to do what they knew wind develop a property. They knew win to lend money to somebody else doing a property. They knew what acts if again one point in time. They're very savvy with that stuff based on the Mark itself Basting opportunity that presented itself. So you could say I was developed a lot of situational awareness in real estate investing at an early age. And you know, I always had a good person to talk to and bounce ideas off appoint I'm as well progress in government path Craig when was your first failure, maybe apparent failure. That set you up belabor success. I wanna talk about one of you know, one of those pivotal moments early on your entrepreneurial journey that may be shifting up for you. But the fact that happened for you or that happened to you Harvey one of you know, is set you up a little bit later for success the ad. I mean, countless failures earliest failure. He is not anything that has been really significant sense of. Oh, wow. This happened to me besides the a little bit market slowdowns in market crashes with that being said, I meet some kind of very conscious decisions at certain times. But I would say a lot of little stuff. A lot of like learning how to do sales than early age learning how to develop businesses only not hire people. Learn how to deal with those issues like say when I finally had the chance to start my own business in two thousand four we had a big deal that was supposed to close the night, a partner, and he kept saying one hundred thousand dollars was coming for over six months, his one hundred thousand dollars never came. And so I just had it produced revenue on my own those first six months of the business in in figured out in that was a tough things on uranium. I signed an office lease spec in one hundred thousand dollars come over to pay for bills kept saying it's coming. It's coming after day week after week inside his kinda got dizzy. Sorry, getting busy doing the hustle and just closing deals to make some money to keep the doors open. And that's the first time open the door to my business in two thousand four. So that's one case video heavy market crash. And that was difficult time. You did see the writing the wall we did make some conscious decisions which were now very beneficial. We made some decisions I was talking to some people about craving a fund real estate fund at the time. And I think this was early two thousand sixteen in somethings weren't just jiving and made a decision not to start that fund. And that was a good decision because things started to collapse like a year later with that a starting funds are very difficult..

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"The day is Lamont. My experiences were great fantastic. I learned a lot from home. But at the end of the day. It's like, hey, I want do something that's different not the status quo in the end. I remember I remember even having talking some friends back in the day. And I'm like, hey, we should buy one of these condos here is right on peak names street was Broadway. There's there's a brought up Broadway in every town. So it was Broadway. Like, we could buy it is kinda like ninety thousand dollars in boulder. Colorado. Unlike today, it's fight worth like million million a half. Never once looking at me. Like, I'm crazy. That's a lot of money. I'm like, well, you know in ten years, it's not kind of have that natural bit operator state, and then night just kinda studied people on how they built wealth in most of the time. I saw that people are building wealth in country through real estate. So that kind of caught me at an early age at say before in my early twenties may be my late teens started catch my eye to do something. That would involve real estate one day Rozier first real estate transaction. That was going to be my first transaction. It just didn't happen when I was like nineteen I wanted that sink. It was my end my first year out here. We flipped a condo some kind about the water so members transaction ninety eight ninety nine Oregon ochre, I'm trying to get a grasp on how you know start at this magnificent company like where did you start drawing the drawing, I guess the parallels between building up a business and become a real estate investor? Your first fluke didn't is not necessarily the type of relatively you do today. So I want to figure out the transition between you not having any investments. So you kind of figuring out. Hey, maybe I want to start this company and the progression through there. That was it's actually pretty simple. It's the where I ended up on a move to California. We've while I was reading a lot of bucks this time or studying how you build wealth through L states. So was in back my mind. No matter was doing is going to get involved in real. Eight one former manner, I got my real estate license. We found of water we rehab it. We sold it was like a seventy five thousand dollar profit. Now, it's like ninety eight ninety nine so kind of came out of the gates knowing what I was doing. I think around that year, I met somebody who was doing real estate investing. He was the Terni, and he was doing real seats syndication, and he kind of exposed apart real estate that I never could imagine existed and just we became we developed a friendship along the way. And he exposed me this whole part of the real estate world that let me get out of that didn't even know existed, and that was the syndication part. So I started telling me how people in the friends all get together. And they do projects together they lend money to other people on projects, and that was kind of leading to before is have Madore open taking advantage that opportunity. I put myself in position to meet people be friendly. Tell me this is what I wanna do. Do in. I got exposed this at an early age the nice kind of got myself committed to learning that whole process in here. I am by what twenty three years old the us like probably orgies telling me about something. He's been doing that. He was taught by other gentlemen, meet a lot of wealth and real estate kind of immerse myself in that in so real estate syndication at the end of the day just bringing a group of people together to either develop a project or lend money to someone else in someone else's project in so that was ninety eight I learned about that what's real estate crowdfunding while crowdfunding the same thing, but just using technology. So I was way what's this twenty years ago? So I was crowdfunding ninety eight. So you could say that foundation was set. But where was that Asian set? We wouldn't even back a few years. There was set back on early age. And it was amazing in one of the things that I did learn that point in time which really motivated me about it was that was one he says is how much money can make your first year..

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"I hope you enjoyed the tip of the week. Now, let's get to the show. And now your feature presentation Craig is the founder of diversity find I want to go on a time machine for grout. How a diversity fund came to be how Craig's Leo came to be. I mean, this is probably been a long time coming most entrepreneurs aren't on overnight. So let's maybe second ticket back on the time machine. It's always the age-old argument is a genetic or is it environmental? And some the backstory goes to my great grandfather who actually moved from Italy to South Africa more from the diamond mines, and then moved from got some diamonds move there. During the great depression bought some land outside New York, and he was kind of an entrepreneur back in my day there. So that you could say that's kind of my genetic makeup coming from that bloodline there in I think he really kind of a mother side. He signified a little bit of what I'm doing today in there. You have myself over the years, I say when I was growing up. I was always someone who organized the events comparising things that used to do as a kid in actually put on plays really embarrassing to say, but we actually put on neighborhood plays in my neighbor. And I were like the stars. And we were singing something happened along the way. I lost my voice she's made a couple of albums along the way. But for me, I think at ten was my peak in my singing days and. So is it had that natural more as more the organizer of the event knocking on the doors neighborhoods. Get him to tend event that was more me than anything else. I think I always had that in my blood as as a kid in so life was pretty easy for me to take that step forward to always kind of go beyond myself to always open door step through that door when that door opened and I like to say that lab opportunities are presented to us across our lifetimes in what do we do? Do we take that step to that door? Take advantage of that opportunity. And I have a kind of took him many times in live from where I grew up on the east coast where I moved in studied in college, which is in Colorado, and then move and eventually out here out west every time that door open on step through. It knows always open till learning. More in always wanting to grow outside myself, a local inlets those contacted right there to where you were kind of studying you running Colorado in what were you studying? What was kind of your path at that time back then I was thought. Like college was like trying to figure yourself out. So maybe house trying to study myself. What did I wanna do eventually came from such institutionalized area that where I was raised? It was lot of Catholic upbringing in. Well, a few had to become a doctor in Terni accountants in a banker was it was so dull. And I was like no that's not gonna happen to me. Like, I always have his boy in all your guidance counselors parents in France parents, and it was just like your life. Sorry over at eighteen years old like Alice I bake in school. It was kind of I went through three or four different majors. I didn't do a lot of skiing snowboarding during that time period. Self-discovery let's say, and eventually I decide along the way after kinda studying different courses in curriculums that I wanted to study as much as I can about stuff in come out of school at the degree in learn something substantial factual that I could use relapse situation. But more importantly, I think released. Foundation same. Hey, I just kind of want to be an entrepreneur I wanted to start businesses and do different things. And and that's what I kinda got to at the on..

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Craig Cecilio now Craig is the founder and CEO of Diversey fund diversify. And is a crowd funding platform, and they do provide wealth opportunities through real estate that you can invest in passively. You know, often we talk about Willis state and how pass a bit is. And quite frankly, most real estate vehicles, most of the way that investors or investing real estate is not really all that passive, you know. So if you have a full-time job, it's almost like, you're acquiring another skill and you're getting into another career most of the time what I believe what I deem to be truly passive or as close to passive as possible. When it comes to real estate is a vehicle like this to where you are investing. You are pulling together your money with other investors, and there are people in charge of these deals depend on layman's terms, and they do all the things on your skill set to get your return on investment. You have no say so in anything, you have no meetings show up to you get your report at the end of the month or at the end of the quarter. You get your dividend. And you get your returns that is passive investing. And in my business. I'm one of those. People in charge of deals to help passive investors. Invest their money wisely. Now, I do this on offline basis. So I do this with people I know I can trust. But there's something that happened quite a bit of time ago that allowed this to be in the online space before two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen most people most everyday people that average Joe wasn't able to get into some of these multimillion dollar deals these billion dollar deals. These exclusive deals these steals that most people never hear of you know, you hear everyday people who don't listen to this podcast. Of course, fighting over four percent in five percent returns a year and six percent returns year as if that's the upper limit that's the goal. But when you start acquiring knowledge and being inquisitive in finding successful investors who are experienced in love what they do. And they love to share you'll start realizing that there are certain investments that the upper one percent or privy to. Do that quite literally most of us will never hear about on the show. We talk about Kobe Bryant who invested in a deal six million invested six million dollars in a deal and a few short years later as venture capitalist. He was able to net two hundred million dollars. Now, that's thirty three excellent investment. That is insane. For most people get instill savvy investors, sophisticated investors are being exposed to deals like this every single day. Now, you know, why they say the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. So during how do I get in? How do I how do I get some of these deals? How do I insert myself in a circle like this? Well, I mean, the straightforward answer is you can't write some of you may refer to this as the good old boys club. And we're gonna talk about that on the show. We're gonna talk about Craig's need to get some of these fisted investments out to the public out to the master. So that everybody could invest in these investments, and this is. Exactly how a lot of the CEO's of these companies start. So if you wanna know how in everyday Joe can invest in large deals without a whole lot of money. I forgot that part without a whole lot of money. Been deceptive is definitely for you. In fact, we're going to tell you exactly how to make ten x on your investment in the next five years. And if you think that's crazy. Not yet hanging around the right circles. That's a fifteen percent return every year for five years. So before we get to the show outdoor when this one caveat, the reason that most of us are exposed to these types of investments are because we're not around people who are exposed. So there's I mean, it's almost like how do you even learn about the fact that there is knowledge to acquire about something like this or do you even start if you've never heard this before? And that's why we have this podcast. Right. That's why you're listening. That's why you tune in. That's why you're subscribed. But even knowing about these deals doesn't guarantee you a seat at the table..

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"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on Before the Millions

"What's going on tribe? Welcome to another installment another episode of the before the millions podcast. Let me start this episode by saying this, I make it one of my highest priorities. One of my highest objectives to make sure that I'm always objective when it comes to you guys. At least I don't put my seal on anything really these days, and that's largely because many of the guests that come on the show, I've never tried their product or there's an investment deal where they're a course whether it's a seminar, whether it's a book, many of them, I've never tried their product, and I only like to back things and back people and seer these resources with you guys when I actually try somebody's product or service. I mean that's in large. That's probably ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of the reason why. Back at the beginning of this year. I stop during sponsorships. I completely like be listened to twenty six episodes. You'll hear quite a few sponsors. But I completely stopped doing sponsorships because I wanted to protect you guys. I wanted to make sure that you guys didn't go out and find or follow or purchase something from somebody. Because you heard it on this show, and you believe that I have probably or maybe vetted this person or this product. So I completely stopped doing sponsorships. And I completely one hundred percent have not endorsed anybody yet on the show. This is another large reason why I started having my own product suite because I didn't have a place to turn people when people would be like, okay, where you're not endorsing the people on this show. But we're can I get my help. Or can I get some of these services? Where can I get some of these products? Where can I get coaching consultant and all these things, and that's kind of how before the millions was actually born? Now, we're going to get into a lot of that on the very next episode. So tune in next Tuesday because we're gonna get into a lot. But I bring this up to say that. On today's show. We are speaking with and let me I back up. I pass invest with a online crowdfunding real estate platform. Now, Alex plane what that is in a minute, but a while ago, maybe even a year ago or a little bit over here. I wanted to get the CEO of that platform on the podcast at thought, it would be super valuable to get somebody like that on the podcast give this certain perspective that we're gonna talk about on this show, actually, but to give the certain perspective of real estate in religion investing more specifically things like reits real estate investment trust in crowdfunding and everything that kind of goes with this new technological wave. But instead of reaching out to the CO I reached out to who I believed to be like an executive PR person who does most of the podcast for them. And I was just like man, this is going to be super valuable content to get in against the space. I rish out a few times, and I didn't hear back, but that's probably in large part due to effect that they are probably the biggest crowd funding platform out there for everyday. People on this episode. We are interviewing the CEO of another crowd funding platform one that I do not invest in one that I heard about because I'm interviewing the CEO and Cincinnati and the CEO I've went to go research a whole lot of platforms and learn the pros and cons of a lot of them. And things that you guys should be doing as you are looking for a platform to invest in. So I'm not going to give you a recommendation as far as what crowdfunding platforms to invest in. If you choose to investment in crowdfunding, but I wanted to get a perspective of somebody in the business, and naturally again guys when that happens on the show like this, you may wanna go check them out or check out their side. I'm not saying don't do that. But I'm also saying that I'm not endorsing any of them vestment opportunities that you do here on the show. And if I do indoor something, you will know trust me. So on today's show, we're interviewing Mr..

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"cecilio" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"cecilio" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But yeah, you can tune in for the final thirty seconds of a game if you want. That's where all the job. What happens if it goes to overtime. Can you check on overtime please? It's probably extra money. Yeah. I don't know if I just, hey, you get it till the fourth quarter and you don't get overtime. Yeah, for two, but isn't that also like saying, we all know you can't sit through a whole game. So nothing really Madison fourth quarter when it's seventy six seventy two to three quarters. And now you can watch the only quarter that really matters, but it's the NBA approaching and it's the right way and saying, we're looking at this. The obvious part of this is yeah, maybe you're not going to sit through a whole game. Is there a way to get you to buy in literally for something that you might not watch? I if I get a dollar ninety nine out of you and as opposed to not getting anything and how many people sign up for it, then maybe something here. Maybe you get the fourth quarter of every NBA game Yemen club. Okay. Okay. The NBA's being lauded as smart for this by everybody. If the NFL did this, they would be the greediest corporation they would be and they are well, yeah, that's true. Yeah, they don't have to do this to be that. But league wise, the NBA MBA always goes, criticism free. This could be perceived as greedy. I mean, it seems like a lot of money to get from somebody for a quarter of basketball, but it could also be, hey, you know what? We understand the marketplace and we're going to give you this opportunity here how many NFL fans would sign up for the fourth quarter of just that that's all you got was the fourth quarter of an NFL game. You know what I would pay for from three forty, five to four fifteen on the red zone. Cecilio that is gold. Yes, I would do that. We can't have reduced the raise own for the first three quarters. And then I would go fourth quarter with the game that I wanted yesterday, but are they then start getting cute and negotiating prices? If it's a big market team that's involved or where LeBron is involved with is a game that has playoff implications than a dollar. Ninety? Nine is all of a sudden to forty nine or three twelve, who knows what you know, who knows if this is going to stay dolomite. Yeah, but I think you're just itemizing now. It feels like that. That's what we're trying to do for the sports fan. You know, you're, you're trying to itemize their. At least it feels that way though. All right. We'll see how it goes. See if somebody invest in it, I don't know, but but the NBA tries apple, the NFL should do this. Let's say you don't have the NFL package and you're, you can't watch your team and all sudden you're a bears fan and you don't expect to win against the Packers, but you could buy the second half of the game for five bucks streaming because also the bears are in it. I think the NFL would do way better than the basketball basketball teams always go back and forth. But let's say you're fan of team stinks. If you're a bills fan and you're playing a Viking joke well, that that that the donkey not watching that or it's not available where I'm at, but we've got a lead going into halftime. I'll pay five bucks to watch a second half against the Vikings because we're actually winning this kill in the NBA NFL in an NFL fan, who has a favorite team is going to watch their team. But if I didn't have a favorite team and or I couldn't get my game and I could do the red zone and then couple that with the fourth quarter of an of might of my team. I do that. I could see signing up for that. I also saw the story with the NBA that Kevin Durant says he thinks he thinks it's pure hate that people won't consider him for the defensive player of the year. I hate might be just a little too strong of a word here. Now he might be too good of an offensive player to be considered a great defensive player, although Jordan average thirty five one year and one defensive player of the year..

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Mike Piazza rants about his Italian soccer team's rent

Kap & Company

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Mike Piazza rants about his Italian soccer team's rent

"A great team together we give me a wonderful team i had an old harbour negotiated dog the rent to the stadium and left the company and i didn't complain and i have mr khan abolishing the suspense he save i paid my nuts that's wow so when you know the new york times that a big story i think it was either the new york times with wall street journal did a big story of piazza by that right that teenagers here army yeah and it was all roses it seemed like back then now he's set what's the what's the problem he's up the president to rent a so here's how go cities renting it today syria out until 1997 than they got relegated than they have relegated again their team went in financial troubles they went into bankruptcy the teen cecilio which is neighborhood tame or neighboring theme they ended up getting promoted up into the cereal with their money they bought the stadium at ten six on the dollar usually happens when you go into bankruptcy now day own the stadium a cashless society that that team yeah right they have they've got a pair rant and what's he saying is a guy that worked for his company they negotiated the double the retina guy left the company not who stuck with paying double the rent wa of thirteen you should know that you're going to enter an agreement double your own rent at some point he added okay and he had to say it was okay and what he was trying to get to where the sporting director from the city he this city made him basically pay this guy's salary put a position in place to pay this guy's souring give them a company ghar meanwhile he's working with other team with a view and other things and now working for me and i'm beat it that thing there'd be like robert kraft owning the bill stadium rhode island they want wanna play let's hillary raised it'd be robert kraft owner nabil statement in the new england patriots playing there gaza i get that true but that's still seems crazy that like a different team owns it and then you have the rented from them yes that's crazy crazy that's what happened to the third division of italian so i you know ac milan and inter milan's shouldn't singh stadium alshakhs show dissent zero a jetson gesture errors oilers owner clippers though i moving out but they cheered.

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