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"dean caroline" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

Covert Nerd Podcast

04:24 min | 4 months ago

"dean caroline" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

"Though luckily right caroline says left. We have one vote for left outside. Left to left's or beyond say to the left to let go. We're going to go left here. That's clue number nine left left. It is all right. I got it here. You turn and follow the path deeper into the maze. You feel like you're going in the right direction to go left. Draw clue eleven to go right. Thraw clue twelve cards now as story. Okay so again again. Left or right everybody left or right again. My clue cards automatically re. I'll get mine. Open you okay. What should we do again guys left or right left to do like a couple of morons. Just waiting for someone to tell us. Even though we're a level seven mazes. Listen i may have gotten flying flying as in straight a.'s on the correspondence course but when it comes to left or right i need some guidance. Here sausage given left given the left. What number was left again. What clue that one was clue. Eleven clue eleven saucy. Now tells you to go left. You go left the how that works. Yes jesse says except you're going in the left direction. Not the right direction. Oh jessie i love him to. Death sometimes just hurt my kidneys. Nascar go left. He says all the time of who will ever clue eleven. Yeah mike loser. All kennedy compass missing eleven bro. Really nine i've got an it was duck. It was stuck. Okay you keep going and going. You're energizer bunny. Look an app you keep going and going. It seems like you've just walked into us circle. Raise the danger made her by to a draw clue. Twelve which have in my hand is reading screw re twelve. I haven't here yes please. You feel like you might be getting close to the end of the maze lord. Here we go to go left. Draw clue thirteen to go right. Draw clue fourteen. We're getting lost in the maze. We're gonna die as i think we might be Left or right we've done to left's boop boop got left you know got left out. Just yep okay go write. Go right is dropped clue fourteen so here we go dean. Caroline said go right there. We go you'd think you think you'd be better at this by now. Raise danger meter by two and draw clue thirteen. Oh man warranty thirteen. So we're gonna win. Thirteen no okay. Finally you see it. The end of the maze go to story car. And you have no socks or shoes because you use them for markers to figure out where you were last. Yeah go to story card eighteen. Mr leaks all right. Let me grab eighteen. here we go. You finally come to the end of the hedge maze. It exits towards a pool house. A short stone stands in front of you with a metal box on top. Perhaps someone wants to re Reward you for navigating that occurs at bays though the whole thing does seem suspicious looking toward the pool house you see. It's door is barely hanging from the hinges. There is also a gate that leads you assume directly to the pool..

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"dean caroline" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

26:39 min | 2 years ago

"dean caroline" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"They're ready to wear feed even crack the science of color so you can sparkle in pink white and blue check them out at light box jewelry dot com slash entrepreneur and wellness and one of the biggest and the best didn't know what we're just wanted pump you when you come from an Guerande but I I always thought that you would top of your game because you kind of you work across a Lotta browns beat beauty or skincare and you kind of have this that South Africa and I I mean I mean yeah and I have think everybody yeah yeah they were like no no love island war I'm like Oh yeah I love following them was saying about my because this is what I do I don't finish conversation so I've been told that I have to make sure I fully loop things around so that there's a finish to it so that you don't have to go on afterwards say by the way what I was saying about my nieces that went with the because they're like twenty and fifteen is a sense check stuff against them and I just listened to them and ask them questions the whole time so one of the things I was in some work pitching for the body shop and I lived in the body shop when I was their age I loved it it's where you met your friends on the Saturday morning and if anyone's got any jubaree hanging around like I mean you can't even get any session I call make it okay I think it must be unstable or something because if sue banana condition of and still go white mosque which just makes me here heave but I would say so we were when I was doing this pitch for them I caught relate because I'm not their age so I asked him and I said how'd you about the body shop and they were like yeah you know just like still slightly on their phones and not really listening and who how do you feel about lush and when I said that I mean I know how I feel about Russian they sat both upright in their seats and put the hands on their Oh gosh I was such a visceral reaction I and it was so it was so instant so authentic the I was immediately like trying to unpick what men and they said things like they can I've been there when they don't have any money and still be treated and the people can not like the people that were there no they don't have any money but they will still get treated like a pain customer they was get the same experience they can try lots of things that they everything sort of repairable and smell labor and all of these things and it was the experience and so they and they do get their pocket money and they have got money that's where they go to spend it I thought that was so interesting because it's not just about the sale I think too many brands think just tale that when they've got the sale that's it you've you've nailed it when actually when you've got the sale that should be the beginning of your relationship with that customer I'm what comes after that is just is important as what it's taken to get them to buy am I have this this completely obsessed with this idea that and I'm so amazed at how many brands don't do a new customers you'd go out there and speak to existing ones and they will tell you how to get new customers they will tell you what hooks in why they came why they come to you is using light someone will go to the same headdresses for ten years regular and not be given a birthday card or a Freebie from that hairdresser to me it's kind of interesting intimate that people don't go that far that they just think at the sale now got it let's get some more people when actually if you want to be around in five years time and you want to grow your business stop growing your audience by looking at the people that you already have such strategy changed view in terms of because it used to be what about driving to the sale now do you think about driving to the sale and beyond always that no not too I think that PR is definitely changed in the fact that when I started it was editorial ad was such it was such an impactful thing and it is still to a certain extent but I think it's more part of the mix now rather than the main mix because in the UK there isn't television really really difficult get any brands on TV because they don't we don't have the channels for that sort of Kapiti remember somebody into me not sexy get three models in the latest high street fashion that seven minute segment showing me three parts of white cream same harder it definitely is harder I mean it can be transformative with like makeup and whatnot but not in the segment that you've got to play with in the timeframe you've got it used to be that's what we did we focused on editorial and grown relationships with editors and journalists and that kind of thing but now it's just fragmented so why it's as important if not more so than it's ever been before because pr is not just about it is about to say oh but it's also about building your reputation it's about creating a relationship with your customer it's about creating an emotional connection with them as well as a sort of a transition national one and I think that it just means that we have to work harder to reach her for argument's sake because she's in different lots of different places at the same time so I do feel like it's just as important as it's always been it's just we just have to think of different channels different ways of reaching her whereas before it was quite it was when I started it was like TV radio magazines and right that was that was that were might be a bit of direct marketing and that kind of thing sales promotion but that was yeah exactly very much below the line but now it's just it could be it costs you know it could be magazines it could be events it could be direct marketing it could be got it could be one of them local magazines it can be influences channels it can be a nano influence a campaign it can be seeding it can be celebrity can you can cut that pie in lots of different way it's not all just instagram I think instagram overseas like such a busy space right now and is where for example the majority of my content now is driven through and via instagram and I always worry about them thank God my team any eggs in one skit but what I mean is that instagram isn't the only place where you can find no we were talking about this earlier pinterest is one of the biggest drivers particularly in beauty got to acquire new customers and to tension right because that's what we're after brand whether it's me promoting a beauty brand new promoting himself as a podcast inch you looking for that you're trying to get trying to get people's attention so you need to go to where they are instagram I think is incredible it's amazing is getting more expensive too more crowded but it free right it's the free platform so when people start to get full of ads and it's not what it used to be in Blah Blah Blah well it's free right if your unsolicited advice about the free content but it's like it's free it's free and it's like what are you want like that how you think they're going to pay the mortgage pay the bills do not mean it's not like I mean this house is absolutely bloody lovely and I'd love to live in it but it's not concur so is it that you'll be you know it's not like you're living this majorly sort of highfaluting champagne lifestyle unless you've gotten of the place so I don't know how you go clearly a place that branch should be should be president and should be active and I think that it's you know creating content that's valuable an interest staying in reaching the customer really is right the algorithms and stuff change all the time so you can't really stick to the same thing and expect it to keep delivering I think staying on top of that is important even though you know it's hard work and most of it goes above my head but I try and understand a little bit of it but it's tick tock like I mean that's just be Oh it's just the kids well those kids are GonNa grow up right or they'll say oh it's not going to be around it five years that's what what about facebook or an hour hour is just for kids people said about facebook that it was just for students for college kids now look at it and also it doesn't matter if it's around insight is on this everyone listening to this podcast is a customer in some form I'm probably a beauty consumer in some way shape or form and so if we're talking about relationship going beyond the sale how does it work from the consumer side meaning I go into lots of facebook groups like mine the Dean's Caroline's and you do see a lot that people are unhappy about how customer services speed the they don't feel like they're getting the money they get something in there like it's a ripple from them I wasn't dealt with correctly how would you advise a consumer to get the best out of that relationship it gets on the consumer I think it's on I think it's on the brand and the retailer I really do and I think that say this elevated customer service should be every brand focus and it's it's interesting because I put a lot of decks now when I'm looking when I'm pitching for new business helping do some trail raining or whatever it's it's your job to provide the extra layer of customer service because they've got so much choice they can go ten million dollar places why are they going to shop with you and it's because they feel looked after a few community and they feel valued as a customer and I think there was an interesting something that happened with glossy quite a few years ago so we oversee look after glossy- GLOC- in the UK and now in the US wish them in the UK which was massive win for us and something that really worked hard to get but they before that my colleague Jane Harper much money I think we bought like two things each and one thing that we really wanted was the boy browser we bought boy brokerage when we get back to our hotel we quickly out to pack and then go to the airport and Jane opened her boy brow and it was empty there was nothing in it and eighteen bucks or something like that and she was so she emailed them and Said said also the picture if you WANNA picture and Blah Blah they got back super fast like within a couple of was and it was so sort of apologetic we're so sorry comedy you've had this experience don't worry about sending us a picture we TV we trust you we if you give us address we'd like to send you a replacement and it was really elegantly done right and it was fast I don't like customer services that take two or three days to get back to people that's not valuing your customers are they going to stick to you with the anyway we got back.

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"dean caroline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"dean caroline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the morning here in Dubai. I'm use of gonna dean Caroline had K. You're listening to move my daybreak. Give while it's all about the fate isn't a day signal that they are ready to lower interest rates. For the first time since two thousand eight treasuries extending gains off the back of that we had some remarkable moves twos. And tens, making the biggest steepening since President Trump's election lookout this well for the yield itself on the ten year dropping below two percent. That's the lowest number twenty sixteen where Cooney at one point nine nine for that particular year, the currency space. It's a story of a weaker. Dollar. In fact, we can against all major peers gold climbing as well. But just to finish up the currency pointing the Bloomberg dollar index at the moment is down by half of one percent. Dad is causing quite a bit of this location across the major space. You're dollar one twelve eighty one up by half of one percent dollar yen at one hundred seven fifty six and cable is up by half of one percent. We have quite a few other central Bank decisions to look ahead to in the commodity space as mentioned earlier, gold is bid by quite a margin one point eight percent of the upside. We at one thousand three hundred and eighty five dollars an ounce. Is this the breakout Brent crude turning a corner and gaining additional momentum in the last forty five minutes or so Brent at sixty three dollars and fifty eight cents a barrel. There is an inventory story on OPEC and there's a geopolitical tensions with Iran, and of course, the latest fed rate guidance, that's helping that particular trade, and then on the equity side, we have MCI Asia Pacific index rounding by one point one. Percents of the highlight series in Nikai up by six tenths of one percent. We've got to see us I three hundred take a look that up about three percent and then currently were called higher by about fourteen points on the US equity futures are now in excess of the all time high close on the cash markets, plenty to digest plenty to look forward to. Let's get now to some of the other stories we're watching Caroline, indeed. And I'm Ashley Cowan. He watching on the T lifelock this morning. The Bank of Japan governor, he's just begun to speak off to the j decision. So if he won't to watch that, of course that t live go on your terminal, the BJ maintained its yield at about, Nope percents. That was this morning, but creative is going to deliver the briefing, so that's just about to happen. He's just reading the statement summing up, basically, at the moment, we'll bring you the lines as and when they break, but in terms of today's top stories the Federal Reserve is. Signaling that his many low interest rates for the first time since two thousand and eight so I think uncertainties that have increased the case across the US, and Jay Powell is insisting that he intends to serve his full full year term as fed chairman, despite President Trump apparently, believing that he has the authority to place him being banks international economics and policy editor might McKay has the story now in full foam Washington, the fed didn't cut rates, but came as close as possible eight of the seventeen members of the policy-making open market committee, saw a need for rate cuts this year. A majority see to cuts fifty basis points as appropriate for next year chairman, Jay Powell says economic cross-currents including low inflation trade wars, and weaker overseas growth have reemerged in their statement policymakers promise to closely monitor incoming information and act as appropriate to sustain the expansion raising inflation is also a concern that officials see the headline index rising just one and a half percent. This year even with cuts not getting to their two percent target until two thousand twenty one which means. How may preside over something that hasn't happened in ten years. The fed lowering borrowing costs. Michael Mckee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And the Bank of England is seen leaving rates on hold today. But governor, Mark Carney may choose to repeat his warning than a few rate rises on you to control inflation. There's obvious bias would put them at odds with investors and other major central banks to be east forecasts remain rooted in the assumption of a smooth. Brexit. Many investors see of bumpy road. Meanwhile, hit in the UK, the conservative party will today pick the final shortlist of two candidates to succeed. Prime Minister Theresa may post Johnson's place in the final two looks assured, of course, that the battle is, for the other position, will it be Jamie hunt, Michael gov, all such Javid, whoever wins, will then face the mammoth task breaking the impulse over Brexit and federal authorities are reportedly investigating if shebang complied with anti money laundering laws, that's according to the New York Times, the probe includes a review of the bank's handling of so-called suspicious activity report. They're prepared by Louise by potentially problematic transactions about potentially problematic. Transactions in New York Times reports some are linked to President Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, meanwhile, let's get the latest in global news headlines. The unguessed good morning. Good morning. Caroline for the first time in fourteen years, a Chinese president is visiting north. Korea, Xi Jinping who talks with Kim Jong on. It's a chance for came to demonstrate he has other options besides to meeting with President Trump. Meanwhile, she is sending a message to the US before the two presidents meet at a g twenty summit in Japan. For the first time in the European Union's history, the talk job so being contested all at once. Maria. Today says we all back for more host trading as easy leaders figure out he will get worse in the European Commission. Now, there are a number of competing interests and particular when you look at the French and the German government, but the head of the European Council, Donald tusk has optimist that a compromise will be found having said that there is already speculation, but an emergency summit may be needed by the end of next week to break the deadlock in Brussels Maria today, Bloomberg daybreak Europe Zealand to six-month firearms by back has pinned the government's already bound most military style semi automatic weapons, used in the coins, church, most Tarik tax, which killed fifty one people in much prime minister gills sin, too often says gun owners will be compensated, the east that is made for by officials is that the buyback could cost anywhere between one hundred million in two hundred million dollars. But that is the.

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"dean caroline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"dean caroline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thirty AM here into by a dean. Caroline had till you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak yet, but I can morning. Yeah. That's how many of these markets, we've got equities climbing across the Asian region. Stocks China performing, we're currently up for the CSI three hundred three point four percent. Investors welcoming the news that Chinese local governments are going to have more room to spend on infrastructure, especially after some of the rhetoric around trade between the US president and the Chinese leader. Some of the other highlights here, the mic is up three tenths of one percent. The MCI Asia Pacific index is up by three quarters of one percent. But look treasury yields are steadying after Monday's gains US ten year at two point one five quite a bit of movement coming through indie future space, as well. So you're looking at European and US equity futures that are called to smudge elite higher five hundred mini we're up by a quarter of one percent. What's happening in the FX space to Bloomberg dollar index despite elements of risk on and other is a class. It's actually on the front foot. We're up two tenths of one percent. You other key pairs thirteen fifteen flats Dolly in as one hundred and eight sixty five a little bit of upside bear cable out of the gates at one twenty six seventy nine and commodities spread crude on the rebound up six tenths of one percent, that sixty two dollars and seventy cents a barrel. Gold is just slightly off at the moment by about a tenth of one percent, lookout for iron ore steel off the back of this China story as well, high up on the global markets, Matt. So that is a bit of a flavor of what is happening in these markets. Let's get straight to some of the stories. We're following for you in a bit more detail. President Trump has threatened to raise tariffs on China gin president doesn't meet with him at D twenty-seven to depend. He told reporters he could impose duties of twenty five percent or much higher on three hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. The trade war escalated last month with two countries blaming each other for the breakdown of talks, I think, president Xi.

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"dean caroline" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"dean caroline" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The show from the creators of pop idol of British show, and they even import one of their hosts Simon cowl, who would soon become a household name the winner of season, one. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. This is the iheart nod cast channel all the best podcasts, all on one channel. Welcome to brain stuff, but production of iheartmedia. Hey rain stuff. Lauren Babylon gear. Eugene or gene shoemaker trained astronauts, and founded a new science born on April twenty eighth nineteen twenty eight. She maker was one of the twentieth. Century's great minds, his work on impact craters affected, everything from NASA. Apollo missions to the dinosaur extinction, debates for his contributions to human knowledge. He was awarded the national medal of science by then president George H W Bush in one thousand nine hundred two. But a different honor eluded him shoemaker studied the moon from afar, but he often dreamed of climbing into a spacesuit and walking on its surface. Sadly, he never got the chance Addison's disease crushed as hopes of becoming an astronaut, but in nineteen Ninety-seven some of his ashes were laid to rest near the moon, southern poll that made him the first and sedate the only person to ever receive a lunar burial. It was a poignant epilogue to the man's career Schumaker was a geologist by training and craters were one of his great passions. He helped confirm that, the famous Barringer crater near flagstaff, Arizona cratered, that's five hundred seventy feet or hundred seventy three meters deep was made by an asteroid impact, he also championed. The hypothesis that another such impact killed last non avian, dinosaurs sixty six million years ago and by mapping some of the craters on our moon, he revolutionized our understanding of its geology in nineteen sixty one the United States Geological Survey set up an Astro geology research program, shoemaker often considered the founding father of Astra geology was chosen to lead it. Nasa would enlisted services to shoemaker joined future Apollo astronauts on field trips to Barringer crater and other sites where he trained them to collect rock samples, perhaps seemingly simple skill set, but one would let them eventually bring home, the first moon rocks, humans ever saw, and thus making all kinds of research possible. His work was instrumental to the discovery of the shoemaker Levy nine comet, which struck Jupiter in nineteen Ninety-four, one of the comments co-discoverers was Eugene's, wife and fellow scientist, Carolyn, shoemaker cumulatively, dean Caroline, discovered, one thousand one hundred and twenty-five asteroids, and thirty two comments. But on July eighteenth, nineteen Ninety-seven the couple was involved in a tragic car accident though. Caroline survived gene was killed. The very next day, shoemakers former student, Carolyn Porco, devised fitting tribute a planetary scientist at the university of Arizona Porco learned that her mentor was going to be cremated. So she spearheaded an effort to put an ounce. That's twenty eight grams of his ashes board. Nasr's lunar prospector spacecraft the cost of sending things into space can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars per pound in terms of time and energy and research, and so although physically small single ounce is a huge tributes polycarbonate, earn capsule, was built by Celestis, these same company that sent ashes of Star Trek creator gene Roddenberry into orbit wrapped around. Shoemakers capsule was Brask foil, ribbon bearing a picture of the Barringer crater, and steamatic quote from Romeo and Juliet. And when he shall die take him and cut him out and little stars. And he will make the face of heaven, so fine that all the world will be in love with night and pay no worship to the garrison. With the precious cargo and tow the spacecraft launched at Cape, Canaveral Florida on January six nineteen ninety eight more than a year later, the vessel whose objective had been to hunt for water with deliberately crashed near the lunar south pole shoemaker's. Ashes went down with it. Felicitous hopes to entire other human remains on the moon at some points. But the moment she maker has the place to himself. Carolyn shoemaker set in one thousand nine hundred eight press release, it brings a little.

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