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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

06:37 min | 6 months ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Not only is part of our own hard work and diligence. But also with the help of thrive and what they've done for us and getting us on the top of google and you know all their knowledge and coaching And yet so super grateful super palm to see what the future holds for all of us. Thank you the number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred and eleven percent over last year we are jared and jennifer johnson. We platinum preston lawn and are located in awasa oklahoma and we have been working with thrive for business coaching for almost a year. Now so so what we wanted just wanna share some wins with you guys that we've had by working with rive first of all i'm world top page of google. Now okay. I just want to let you know what type of this is. Our competition oregon terminates. They're both one point. Three billion dollar companies. They have to three thousand pages of content makassar website so basically go from Virtually nonexistent on google up on the top pages is really saying something. Let's come by being diligent to the systems. That right hands and bobby by being consistent and diligent onto a podcast in. Stay on top of those podcasts. Really help we've given up on what they're listening to raking their with google. And also we've been trying to get. Google reviews asking our customers for reviews. And now we're the highest rated and most reviewed pessimism company in the tulsa area. And that's really helped with our conversion rate and the number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred and eleven percent over last year. Or how much are we up. Four hundred and eleven percent so four hundred eleven percent were with with our new customers. Amazing right so not only. Do we have more customers calling in. Were able to close those deals at a much higher rate than we were before right now are closing rate is about eighty five percent and that's largely due to apostolic or google reviews that we've gotten people really see that our customers are happy but also we have a script that we follow and so in customer call in. They get all the information that they need. That script has been refined time and time again It wasn't a one and done deal. We it was a system that we that we followed with thrive in in the refining process. That has obviously The four hundred eleven percent shows that that that that system works. So here's a big one for you. So last week. Alone or booking percentage was ninety one percent where she booked more deals customers year than we did the first five months or i'm sorry. The for more deals last week that we did the first five months of last year from before we worked with dr so again we both more deals last week in the first five months of last year. That's incredible the reason why we have that success by implementing of assistance. That thrive is hottest and helped us out with some of those systems that we've implemented our group interviews that we've really been able to come up with a really great team We've created an implemented checklist. Everything gets done gets done right we. It creates accountability to make sure that everything gets done properly both out in the field and also in our office and also doing the podcast light. Jared had mentioned that has really really contributed to our success with that. Mike is the diligence and consistency in doing those in that system has really really been a blessing in our lives and also an you know it's really shown that we've gotten a success from falling the systems before working with thrive we were basically stuck Really no new growth With with our business We arrived and we know the last three years. Our customer base is pretty much stayed the same. We weren't shrinking but we weren't really growing either so we didn't really know where to go what to do. I had to get out of this rut but dry helped us with that you know they. They implement of those systems. They tossed those systems. They taught us the knowledge that we needed. In order to succeed. now it's been a grind absolutely is going to grind this last year But we're we're we're in those fruits From from a hardworking and diligent effort. Bet that we're able to put into again. We were in arrived. Bright helped us get out of that right. And and if you're thinking about i'm working with right quick thinking about and just do it now do the action and you'll get the results. We'll take hard work but but That's what it's going to take in order to in order to really succeed so i just want to give a big shot to thrive a big thank you out there to thrive wouldn't be where we're at now Without their health courteous. You're posing spas just a few System wins that. I've had that marshall and thrive fifteen is really helped me with One thing When construction Construction manager. I mean he used to call me all the time. one thing that marshall implemented That are recommended that That we have a set time that he calls me every day You know he'd call me constantly. And i never gave them a time like hey. This is When you can call me kind of thing so he is probably afraid to call me But i set a time every day at eleven. Am that he calls me with all the updates and stuff like that so that that's really helped. So far he doesn't call me as much anymore so that that kind of gives them a made a joke out of it. you know. that's kind of our time that we spend together at eleven member. He gives me on the updates. Another system win. That i just dreaded Was calling the clients every day to give the update on the whole process. I don't like being called every day. So i i really didn't like this This idea i. But i i have to say at the end of it. It's really helped It's it's really helped me Feel better about the process. Indefinitely helps them The vision of of the project and they. They're always in the know they always know what's happening so i i. I was real hesitant but now they i see the benefit of it. It's really help help It's really helped our process. And i don't have to fill stress about you. Know the clients are going to be angry at me. They always know what's going on so it's really helped a lot. We do the hiring process to everyone's as group interviews. This is another thing real hesitant on doing Just thought it was gonna take a lot of time out of our week but really it's really been Really good you know. Just coming out the people that We know that we going to hire. You can show up to a meeting But it's it's really helped us instead of i have been at i. If i didn't know about this system. I would have been frustrated in real stressed out..

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:24 min | 6 months ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"With a break to what the number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven percent over last year. We are jared jennifer johnson we own platinum pest and law and are located in also home and we have been working with thrive for business coaching for a year. Now so what we wanted to just wanna share some wins with you guys That we've had by working with dr first of all i'm world top page of google. Now okay i just want to let you know what type accomplishment. This is our competition organ term annex. They're both point. Three billion dollar companies. They both have two to three thousand pages. The content makassar website sort of basically go from a virtually nonexistent on google. Up on the top page is really saying something. But let's come by being diligent to the systems. That the thrive and be by being consistent and diligent on do a podcast and stay on top of those podcasts. Really help we've come on listening. Ranking there with google and also we've been and trying to get google reviews asking our customers for reviews and now we're the highest rated and most reviewed pets company in the tulsa area. And that's really helped with our conversion rate and the number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven percent over last year through. How much are we up. Four hundred and eleven percent so four hundred eleven percent were up with with her new husband. Amazing right so not only. Do we have more customers calling in able to close those deals at a much higher rate than we were before right now are closing rate is about eighty five percent and that's largely due to apostolic our goal reviews that we've gotten people really see that our customers are happy but also we have a script that we follow and so on customers call in they get all the information that they need That script has been refined time and time again. It wasn't a one and done deal. We it was a system that we that we followed with thrive in in the refining process. And that has obviously the four hundred. Eleven percent shows that that system works. Yeah so here's a big one for you. So last week alone are booking percentage was ninety one percent where she booked more deals morning customers last year than we did the first five minds or i'm sorry. The for more deals last week that we did the first five months of last year from before we worked with right so again. We both more deals last week in the first five months of last year. That's incredible but the reason why we have that success by implementing the systems that thrive is taught us and helped us out with some of those systems that we've implemented our group interviews that way we've really been able to come up with a really great team We've created an implemented. Checklists gets done and it gets done right We it creates accountability rails. Make sure that everything gets done properly. Both out in the field and also in our office and also doing the podcast. Jared had mentioned that has really really contributed to our success but that mike is the diligence and Consistency and doing those in that system has really really been a blessing in our lives and also an you know it's really shown that we've gotten a success from falling systems so before working with rive we're basically stuck really no new growth With our with our business We're we're in a rut and we know the last three years our customer base. It pretty much stayed the same. We weren't shrinking but we weren't really growing either and so we really know where to go what to do. How to get out this rumour in But dry helped us with that you know they. They implement those systems that they toss systems the knowledge that we needed. In order to succeed now it's been a grind absolutely it's been a grind this last year But we're we're we're in those fruits Front from that hard work and diligent. Bet that we're able to put into so again we're in Bribed helped us that right and and if you're thinking about i'm working with right quick thinking about and just do it now do the action and you'll get the results will take hard work and discipline But but But that's what it's gonna taken order to in order to succeed. So i just want to give a big shout out to thrive big. Thank you out there to get there. I wouldn't be where we're at now. without their helms..

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Compared to thirty, five, two, thousand, nine, hundred, a four hundred eleven percent increase, so the city is now begging people begging people not to leave. So Bill de Blasio. The mayor of New York controls the NYPD BILL DE blasio. What is he been relegated to? At the same time? People are shooting each other on mass in his city and he's painting murals on the sidewalk. Here's Bill de Blasios answer to how do you stop violence? He's begging people. Please stop killing each other I'm sure it's GONNA. Go Great Bill. I'm sure. Again, they're not. They're not enough slow claps on planet Earth to provide for this idiot giant Weirdo. You can't just do it with police. Unique community leaders clergy community organizations to come together. We have in particular issue in Harlem and we've gathered community leaders from all over Harlan. WHO IN COMMON CAUSE? This weekend are out there with the police shoulder to shoulder saying we're not gonNA. Allow this violence in our community. The second piece is to get our court system up and running. Running it's been that a very low speed. The criminal justice system in this state is not fully functioning, and that's creating a lot of problems. Even when police arrest someone the consequences aren't there. Oh, you mean like how your plan was to release. Everybody without bail like that plan where you're taking criminals arresting them just releasing them without bail because bail is racist or something. Is. This guy, this guy, but the media continued to the narrative the bill de Blasio. He's like a racial Justice Warrior while black people are getting shot on mass in his city. It's unbelievable. It truly is incredible. So, wasn't politicians respond to incentive structures? The media have created incentive structure immediate incentive structure. Is You repeat the narrative that we want you to repeat, and we will bless you. We will bless you. Top down will always receive our love, and if you process will break you on the wheel of fire if you're Rhonda, Sandwich or Greg Abbott Doug. Ducey nurse on will break you on the wheel fire, but if you're bill de Blasio, basically letter virus like kill everyone in your city, and then once were left. You could let them shoot each other and everyone has long made a mural. Everything's good. Everything's perfectly good. The media create the incentive structure. Guys, and that's why I kind of matters when the media suck at their jobs royally suck at their jobs, and by the way continued to promote. A cancel culture that expediently exempt. Those were allied with it. We'll get to that in just one second first. Let's talk about the.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

31:53 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It's about learning what to do and then actually doing it so on today's show we're going to give you nothing but the hits nothing but real entrepreneurs who are having real success Lecoq week after that we're we're we're sold that item I think we have two or three items that are did that and we're already selling those items on the website on what the amount of work we have all these other products because all other president going to get the same results you know and then that's the way that they have to a day I was thinking as I was thinking of that that you took the time to go back and actually do it the stat that I needed to do in order to get the results were all these things I have to do as a pastor have sermons to preach I've staff to manage a budget to take care up I got a sick folk to see about the I have a team our Google presence and these in a big way I know what it's like to be a church of limited resources my wife and I we walked into a town where we didn't know anybody we had a Bible and we just had a few bucks in our pocket and somebody are to a couple of families we started going there so I know what it's like to be a church of two it's like to be a church of two thousand and two different campuses now a thousand a piece and everywhere in between so I love I love churches in every level I believe goblins grow and I think about the needs I had back in the day the lack of direction I had when I was working eighty hours a week all the time but a lot of times was a shotgun instead of arrive I think I think when you start you can really a coaching you can get a lot of your different needs met in one place instead of having somebody on marketing and somebody on showing you how to do systems and somebody on graphic design thrive can do a lot of that oh you at a very reasonable cost I think it's a great place to invest in in the life ministry the number of new customers that we've had up four hundred and eleven percent over last year we are jared and Jennifer Johnson we own Platinum Preston lawn and are located in also Oklahoma and we have been working with thrive for business coaching for almost a year now so what would wanna just WANNA share some wins with you guys that we've had working with rive first of all on talk to Google now okay I just want to let you know what type of accomplishment this is our competition Oregon terminate their one point three billion dollar companies. They've have two to three thousand pages of content Matassa website so basically go from virtually nonexistent on Google up top pages is really saying something there's comeback being diligent the systems that's right has I'm bobby by being consistent diligent on on podcast and stay on top of those podcasts and really help we've we've given up on what they're listening to raking there with you and also we've been trying to get google reviews asking our customers for review news and now we're the highest rated and most reviewed pessimism company in the Tulsa area and that's really helped with our conversion rate and the number of new customers that we've had add up four hundred and eleven percent over last year or through how much are we up four hundred and eleven percent so four hundred eleven percents Were up with their new customers amazing right so not only do we have more customers calling in we're able to close those deals at a much higher rate than we were before right now are closing rate is about eighty five percent and that's largely due to for salt lake or Google reviews that we've gotten people really see that our customers are happy but also we have a script that we follow and so in customers call in they get all the information that they need that script has been refined time and time again it wasn't one and done deal we it was a system that we that we followed with thrive in in the refining process and that has obviously the four hundred eleven percent shows that that that that system were six yeah so here's a big one for you so last week alone are booking percentage was ninety one percent we actually booked more deals customers last year than we did I five months or I'm sorry the we book more deals last week that we did the first five months of last year before we worked with Dr so again we both was last week in the first five months of last year that's incredible but the reason why we have that success by implementing of the systems that the thrive is todd in mountainous hours so systems that we've implemented our group interviews that way we've really been able to come up with a really great team we've created and implemented checklist everything gets done and it gets done right we it creates accountability to make sure that everything assets done properly both out in the field and also in our office and also doing the podcast Jared hid mentioned that has really really contributed to our success but that Mike is of the diligence and consistency and doing those in that system has really really been a big blessing in our lives and also so an it's really shown that we've gotten success front following the systems so before working with Dr we're basically stuck really no new growth with our with our business we're in a Rut and we know the last three years our customer base is pretty much stayed the same we weren't shrinking but we weren't really career yeah and so we didn't really know what to go what to do I had to get out of this Rut Oregon but dry up this with that you know they they've from those systems and they tossed citizens they taught us the knowledge that we needed in order to succeed now it's been a grind absolutely is going to grind this last you but we're we're we're in those fruits front from that hard work and diligent after bet that we're able put into them now so again we were in rye bright helped us you know that right and and if you're thinking about I'm working with right quick thinking about and just do it now do the action and you'll get the results they will take hard work and discipline but by that but that's what it's going to take in order to order to succeed so I just want to give the right of the big thank you out there to thrive wouldn't be where we're at now without their help and now without further ado to what Shaun I've worked with Clark for about a year now I would allies has been real instrumental in helping us grow our business it's been real phenomenal growth this year the weekly meeting helps you stay on track again to follow the systems and processes that Klay puts in place for me personally I enjoy the weekly meetings it's kind of like a shot in the arm adrenaline just want to go out there and get after it and work hard and get things done as far as action items that client is team has provided for us it's action items as far as getting good reviews following up with our leads just the systems again that that everyday grind of doing the same thing over and over and being consistent I would say partially for me I would say That I would recommend client thrive fifteen to anyone I think what makes thrive fifteen so unique is that not only are they your business coach but I truly feel like a sense of a partnership there so I truly feel like clay and his his team or a partner in your business to help you grow that business wants you to succeed I started a business as I could work for anyone else I do things my way I do what I think is in the best interest of the patient don't answer insurance companies don't answer it a large corporation station I I answer to my patient and that's it my thought when I open my clinic was I can do this all myself I don't need additional outside help in many ways I I went to medical school I can figure this out but it was a very very steep learning within the first six months of opening my clinic had a sixty three thousand dollars embezzlement I lost multiple employees clay helped us weather the storm of some of the things that are just the people experience especially in the medical world he was instrumental in helping with the specific written business plan he's been instrumental in hiring good quality employees using the processes that he outlines for getting in good talent which is extremely difficult he helped me in securing the business loans he helped me with web the almond and search engine optimization we've been able to really keep a steady stream of clients coming in because they found us on the web with everything that I encountered thing that I experienced I quickly learned it is worth every penny they have someone in your team that can walk through and even avoid some of the pitfalls that are almost invariable in starting your own I am duct chat own in helping wellness plenty what's up thrive nation air here with Roy we have a little bit of news for you guys it's now what may thirty first and twenty one Close for twenty minutes right now it's now June let's run the numbers for mainland codes one zero two eight thirty seven was last year today one or two one or two eight thirty seven this year and last year was sixty thousand six sixty seven of the pavement I played basketball at the University of Oklahoma and my father was high school coach when I got out of college what I wanted to news coach Dike in college for about four years and I had my son and life changed and my son was term mealy muscular dystrophy what's called the shins at the time I was working for school I needed to make more money because ball doctor bills all that kind of stuff got to buy and everything and so I started to just a side program with score just do a few basketball lessons my schedule filled up at the time time you know my son was in a wheelchair it got to be quite a struggle with him and so it was a con fight every day of do I work do I spend my time with him how much time do I spend with working what I learned from all of it is still gotta get your job done well I'm not a business on and I'm probably a terrible business so back couple years ago because I have had parents tell me all the time it was known about g three years ago where I have never heard of score we get that all the time and then doing the finances do just everything that I had a new is eaten alive and take hours every day and so I needed to get smart about doing my business all of us need a game plan and fifteen has helped me tremendously with that game plan we changed how I was charging we changed the programs we're doing we change the advertisement we're doing we started doing everything's mark where the largest basketball facility three or four state area we have people that call us from all over Oklahoma because website my time has been freed up tremendously because I'm not involved in all the little things is just streamlining your business so it's not taken all of your time away from your family his wife's very important to me my kids you know I got to have some of that as well as a business owner if you allow your business to each you up it's not really worth it you gotta have a value of life as well mired in Ione auto and the Oklahoma I've been working with Eric drive for the past year and a half now and ever since I started working with them I've noticed huge growth in our business for example you know year to year comparison were at ninety seven percent growth this year heck even this month over last month we're up forty seven percent growth we've seen massive numbers increased I just Google Seo and just the efficiency that's been improved around the shop they've helped us learn how to put things on a daily and the weekly and monthly checklist help keep things organized and efficient and save time it's really helped us out a lot and.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The best stocks now radio hour with professional money manager bill Gundersen president of Gundersen capital management in Mount Pleasant South Carolina where the fishing is fine and the shrimp and grits are wonderful alright don't set some time well you know what look the market. it's another rocky week. we had a very good update yesterday. and it would seem that the impeachment talked you know that may be going down the same road as the Russian collusion talk there wasn't a lot there yesterday in the transcript of the phone call now today the whistle blower report. which is secondhand knowledge of the telephone call has been released and the it does have the market down a little bit here today but it could be a lot worse Dow's down thirty right now nasdaq down thirty five so we do have a new bit of information today the whistle blower report has been released on this whole you crane president trump situation. and of course yesterday the nerve the market started off very nervous waiting the transcript of the smoking the so called smoking gun phone call and when the transcript was released the market took off so that's all I can read into that is I'm just going to say follow what the market did yesterday it had a very good day when all was said and done there was also some words yesterday about China I don't know if we can give a lot of credence to that but president trump mention that a deal they want to deal and it could happen sooner rather than later and that helped the market a little bit but we really don't know where those trade talks lie. now the current timeline I think the most telling piece of evidence yesterday was the press conference. that trump pad with the leader of of of Ukraine. and he said that there was no pressure placed upon it now I don't know if he had a gun to his head you know some guy in the back room but it didn't appear fell play in the markets responded very nicely yesterday I added a brand new Starkey yesterday in my dividend and growth portfolio you'll see that in the newsletter. this week that portfolios having a very good year. this particular stock comes from the repeat the real estate investment trust sector. believe it or not it's one of the fastest growing reads from an earnings standpoint I want to say thirty three percent per year earnings growth over the last five years. and it has currently has a four point one dividend yield so I mean that's a pretty rare combination that's a very rare combination a company that's been growing its earnings by thirty three percent per year and steel yielding four point one percent so I've I feel like we made a very good bar right there in that we are working on a research report. on the stock we had a report story come out yesterday that we wrote on decks com now this is at the other end of the spectrum this is a little bit Wilder but it's been a huge winner over the years as they came up with the device. for continuous glucose monitoring. and the companion stock to that is insulin part which has been hitting new highs one of the hottest starts in the market we on both those stocks in the altar growth portfolio. diabetes is a fast growing sector of our economy unfortunately thank you Burger King and McDonald's and perhaps the if not the rest of you. but anyways the pod one of the hottest stocks in the market right now. I wrote about it when I first wrote about it in seeking alpha that was back in December of two thousand and thirteen the stock is up four hundred eleven percent since then. and Dexcom has also been a big winner I was active on social media yesterday if you're not following me. I'm on StockTwits I'm on Twitter you can look at the end of the day on my website you can see the stocks that I tweeted about you can also see my daily blog everyday I reported yesterday exactly what I viewed. what I saw might take where the hot spots were where the cold spots were in the market I'm a guy just like a professional fishing guide I'm on the water every single day while the market is open to wait before the markets open usually well after the market is open. I sent out tweets yesterday on the home building stark. a building supply company the building sector. construction building continues to be I think the number two rank sector. in the market right now the number one ranked sector is the aerospace and defense sector once again. and of note in that sector yesterday Boeing. broke out I think the street was pleased with the or not please but relieve does a better word. with the settlement they made with the lion air crash the end I guess it wasn't as big in the coals is a lot of loopholes there in liability and Boeing stock actually broke out yesterday in a course it's a big component of that aerospace and defense indexing long with Northrop Grumman. in others Lockheed Martin that are also doing very very well right now. yesterday the day before yesterday obviously was the really crazy day. that's the day when almost everything happened within a few hours the U. when talk were trump was tough on China and of course that heard the hopes worry China trade deal anytime saloon then of course of the the impeachment talk in the the announcement by pelo see Monday was why old to say the least. well we had a good day in the market yesterday very good day and global shares followed along in the up one percent London up one percent this is overnight. China however down one percent. and of course we've got the whistle blower couldn't the complaint out now. that has yeah you I don't know if that's what's affecting the markets here but the markets have turned south since it was released. the futures were up eighty points at one time this morning in the wee hours of the morning now we seem to be going a little bit south even more here were down seventy one point so I don't know if there's new information there in the will so blower report but that's where we stand right now okay when we come back we have some fresh economic reports of the house is very important because bear markets coincide with recessions is there any news whatsoever out.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Thank you awesome day to take care. What's up thrive nation here here with roy oy. We have a little bit of news for you guys. It's a now what may thirty first and twenty one. You've been close for twenty minutes right now june's. Let's run the numbers for mehlis code. One to eight thirty seven was last year to date one or two eight thirty seven this year. Last year was sixty thousand six sixty so well. I'll the ways of the put. The number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven in percent over last year we are jared jennifer johnson we own platinum pest inland and are located in also oklahoma and we have been working with thrive for business this cutting for almost a year now so what we wanted just wanna share some wins with you guys <hes> that by working with dr <hes> first of all. I'm world top page of google now. Okay okay <hes>. I just want to let you know what type accomplishment. This is our competition organ term annex. They're both one point three billion dollar companies. They both have two to three thousand pages does the content. I'm attached our website sort of basically go from virtually nonexistent on google up on the top page is really saying something but let's come by being diligent into the systems that the threat has be by being consistent and diligent on do a podcast and stay on top of those podcasts really help we've enough on with listening ranking there with google and also we've been trying to get google reviews asking our customers for reviews and now we're the the highest rated and most reviewed pets company in the tulsa area and that's really helped with our conversion rate and the number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven percent over last year three million. How much are we up four hundred and eleven percent so four hundred and eleven percent were up with with our new cosmo confusing right so not only do we have more customers calling in able to close those deals at a much higher rate than we were before right now are closing great is about eighty five percent and that's largely due to a for salt lake or google reviews that we've gotten people really see that our customers are happy but also we have a script that we follow and so on customers call in. They get all the information that they need. That script has been refined time and time again. It wasn't a one and done deal we it it was a system that we that we followed with thriving in the refining process and that has obviously on the four hundred eleven percent shows that that that system works so here's a big one for you so last week alone are booking percentage was ninety one percent. Well actually booked more deals morning customers last year than we did the first five months minds or i'm sorry the for more deals last week that we did the first five months of last year from before we worked with right so again we both more deals last week in in the first five months of last year that's incredible but the reason why we have that success by implementing the systems that thrive is taught us and helped us out with some of those systems that we've implemented our group interviews that way. We've really been able to come up with a really great team. <hes> we've created an implemented checklists. Everything gets done and it gets done right. We it creates. Accountability rails make sure that everything gets done properly a bolt out in the field and also in our office and also doing the podcast jared had mentioned that has really really contributed to our success but that mike is the diligence jason and consistency and doing those in that system has really really been a blessing in our lives and also an you know. It's really shown that we've gotten a success front following the systems so before working with rive. We're basically stuck really no new growth <hes> with our with our business <hes> we're. We're in a rut and we know the last three years our customer base..

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Hollywood for a few days here a few days there sometime in july nineteen forty six elizabeth went to long beach division army lieutenant joseph gordon fickling she met pickling during her time living in florida part of it would make her look later murder investigation so difficult to solve with affected there were so many suspects and there were so many south basic issues romantically involved with a lot of different foods and i'm not slut shaming it's just a true to his single more the ratings mangle and that just made it harder to solve a murder it made it harder than if she was somewhat they're much smaller circle of acquaintances at one point nineteen forty six she running room and a boarding house called the chancellor apartments were behind a nightclub called the florentine gardens the boarding house with the basically called the chancellor apartments on officially known eddie home for wanna be actresses the house would also owned by florentine gardens nightclub owner mark hanson a a man who would become one of the prime suspect and elizabeth murder will look at him later so much is unknown about elizabeth live throwing these final months some friends reporter the georgia's waitress other friend data that she never had a job and how close she would any of these quote unquote friends you didn't even living alley for year before her death constantly in a different place of different people some again you know friends friends later said she was quiet and kept to herself some later said to the life of the party not every night some says only data nice men other says you dated deadbeats and shady characters who used her and then she was very reckless and careless with the company she kept some friends remembered a few times where to start today with no cash only to return with cash late at night leading the speculation that she was beginning to prostitute herself shortly before she died end now of course i do hear some footsteps coming towards except on door i believe a here's chicken steps as well mocked by playboy byebye no blame short hollywood rough for so he's playing some bucks to make that renting a house full of brown's got no dona shifted down either say you won't lay splayed get some pay when he got friends and family help you're wasting real shame in this game with the betty didn't have a problem they help straighten out olympic planes in fact there was no hero he goes zero team is short vr people just about gene if you would have been with me djaama's is the pain we would have found that a lotta you'll be free oh okay all right i think i think chicken joe just ended up elisabeth did prostitute herself you understand his life could be hard when you have a shitty dad and no friends or family nearby take care of you and if he would have been a pimp she would still be alive so i guess the thanks chicken joe we've got some interesting character to wander through the suck world new listener you'll get used to it kind of a also with chicken joe we do have a chicken joe shirt finding the time suck store now you throw that my by playboy right across the chest so people know that you're a i dunno insane demanded super super cool each had a redshirt isabella fifty fifty cotton poly blend also made out four hundred eleven percent chicken joe pam juice so much big dick an or big clint energy can't forget about the big clinton energy so maybe wash it the lady went energy in each year countless to chicken joe condoms not i'm kidding chicken joe wants all you playboys oh you play girls.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on KTRH

"Yeah. It was March nine thousand nine was the low of the credit crisis that began in two thousand eight and we have now enjoyed the longest bull market in US history. Stock prices have risen for a longest stretch ever over the last ten years the S and P five hundred has gained four hundred eleven percent. The Dow Jones industrial average is up four hundred thirteen percent. The NASDAQ is up five hundred seventy percent. Why is the S and the Dow says similar on the NASDAQ so much stronger, it's because the S and P and the Dow are filled with the biggest companies in America. The NASDAQ is the list of small companies and smaller companies tend to grow faster than big ones. I mean think about it which is easier to double one hundred bucks or one hundred million bucks. See my point naturally, NASDAQ rose faster, but it's also far more volatile losses can occur more easily so risk and reward tend to be linked, but they are all up four hundred five hundred percent. This rise over the last ten years has generated thirty trillion dollars in new wealth for Americans. And for the tenth year in a row, the number of wealthy households in America has reached a new high. We now have ten million households in this country that have more than a million dollars. That's up two and a half percent over last year. We also have more ultra high net worth families. That's people worth more than five million dollars. That grew forty seven thousand homes over last year pretty exciting. And by the way, we now have more households than ever worth twenty five million or more one hundred seventy three thousand American households have more than twenty five million dollars, by the way, apple over the last ten years grew almost fourteen hundred percent in value. Yeah. One thousand three hundred seventy four percent CenturyLink was the worst performing stock over the last ten years. It's down forty four percent. You started with one hundred bucks. You now have fifty six and this is why. We argue you should not be investing in individual stocks because while the broad market, the S and P five hundred up four hundred eleven over the last ten years individual stocks. Anything could have happened from down forty four up fourteen hundred. And so why make a bet when you can just ride the wave? No be a sailor not a surfer. It's a whole lot better way to go. But here's the problem. An awful lot of Americans about half of US households. In fact, do not own any stocks at all no stock funds, which means over the last ten years they've missed out entirely on this four hundred percent increase in value and many of those who don't own stocks today did on them in the two thousands. And when the credit crisis hit in two thousand eight and the stock market fell sixty percent in value people sold. Panic in two thousand eight and in two thousand nine locking in the market values. You know, they started with a million bucks. They saw it fall in value to four hundred thousand and they sold in a panic and today their money is still worth four hundred thousand even though the stock market fully recovered achieved. New highs had the money remained invested the four hundred thousand today would be worth one point six million. But they're stuck at the four hundred thousand level. And that's the real crisis part of the reason that so many people had that experience is because of their fear. But also their distrust of Wall Street, it's understandable, the new trust barometer came out listing all of the industries in America ranking them based on trustworthiness. And the least trusted industry in America. Is the financial services industry? You know, I can't say that I blame you. There has been so much bad advice and outright fraud that it's understandable. Why you might not like the financial services industry, but that cannot dissuade you from doing what you need to do. And yet, it's hard. You know, we have to admit at the SEC just announced that Seventy-nine firms. Many of them household names are going to return a hundred and twenty five million dollars to their clients. The SEC says these firms have come forward and confessed the SEC basically said if you don't confess we're gonna hit you with a hammer. So they came forward and confessed and they admitted that they sold to their clients mutual funds that were more expensive than alternatives that were readily available. Why did they sell them funds that were more expensive because that enabled them to make more money and earned bigger commissions? Who were the firms who did this?.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Market. Yeah. It was March nine two thousand nine was the low of the credit crisis that began in two thousand eight and we have now enjoyed the longest bull market in US history. Stock prices have risen for a longest stretch ever over the last ten years the S and P five hundred has gained four hundred eleven percent. The Dow Jones industrial average is up four hundred thirteen percent. The NASDAQ is up five hundred seventy percent. Why the SNP and the Dow says similar and the NASDAQ so much stronger, it's because the SNP and the Dow are filled with the biggest companies in America. The NASDAQ is the list of small companies and smaller companies tend to grow faster than big ones. I mean think about it which is easier to double one hundred bucks or one hundred million bucks. See my point naturally, NASDAQ rose faster, but it's also far more volatile losses can occur more easily so risk and reward tend to be linked, but they are all up four hundred five hundred percent. This rise over the last ten years has generated thirty trillion dollars in new wealth for Americans. And for the tenth year in a row, the number of wealthy households in America has reached a new high. We now have ten million households in this country that have more than a million dollars. That's up two and a half percent over last year. We also have more ultra high net worth families. That's people worth more than five million dollars. That grew forty seven thousand homes over last year pretty exciting. And by the way, we now have more households than ever worth twenty five million or more hundred seventy three thousand American households have more than twenty five million dollars, by the way, apple over the last ten years grew almost fourteen hundred percent in value. Yeah. One thousand three hundred seventy four percent CenturyLink was the worst performing stock over the last ten years. It's down forty four percent. You started with one hundred bucks. You now have fifty six and this is why. We argue you should not be investing in individual stocks. Because while the broader market, the S and P five hundred up four hundred eleven over the last ten years individual stocks. Anything could have happened from down forty four up fourteen hundred. And so why make a bet when you can just ride the wave? No be a sailor not a surfer. It's a whole lot better way to go. But here's the problem. An awful lot of Americans about half of US households. In fact, do not own any stocks at all no stock funds, which means over the last ten years they've missed out entirely on this four hundred percent increase in value and many of those who don't own stocks today did own them in the two thousands. And when the credit crisis hit in two thousand eight and the stock market fell sixty percent in value In a panic in two thousand eight and in two thousand nine locking in the market values. You know, they started with a million bucks. They saw fall in value to four hundred thousand and they sold in a panic and today their money is still worth four hundred thousand even though the stock market fully recovered achieved. New highs had the money remained invested the four hundred thousand today would be worth one point six million. But they're stuck at the four hundred thousand level. And that's the real crisis part of the reason that so many people had that experience is because of their fear. But also their distrust of Wall Street, it's understandable, the new trust barometer came out listing all of the industries in America ranking them based on trustworthiness. And the least trusted industry in America is the financial services industry. You know, I can't say that I blame you. There has been so much bad advice and outright fraud that it's understandable. Why you might not like the financial services industry, but that cannot dissuade you from doing what you need to do. And yet, it's hard. You know, we have to admit it the SEC just announced that seventy nine firms. Many of them household names are going to return a hundred and twenty five million dollars to their clients. The SEC says these firms have come forward and confessed the SEC basically said if you don't confess we're going to hit you with a hammer. So they came forward and confessed and they admitted that they sold to their clients mutual funds that were more expensive than alternatives that were readily available. Why did they sell them funds that were more expensive because at them to make more money and earned bigger commissions? Who were the? Firms who did.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It's the tenth anniversary of the beginning of our bull market. Yeah. It was March nine two thousand nine was the low of the credit crisis that began in two thousand eight and we have now enjoyed the longest bull market in US history. Stock prices have risen for a longest stretch ever over the last ten years the S and P five hundred has gained four hundred eleven percent. The Dow Jones industrial average is up four hundred thirteen percent. The NASDAQ is up five hundred seventy percent. Why is the S and P and the Dow says similar on the NASDAQ so much stronger, it's because the SNP and the Dow are filled with the biggest companies in America. The NASDAQ is a list of small companies and smaller companies tend to grow faster than big ones. I mean think about it which is easier to double one hundred bucks or one hundred million bucks. See my point naturally, NASDAQ rose faster, but it's also far more volatile losses can occur more easily so risk and reward tend to be linked, but they are all up four hundred five hundred percent. This rise over the last ten years has generated thirty trillion dollars in new wealth for Americans. And for the ten th year in a row, the number of wealthy households in America has reached a new high. We now have ten million households in this country that have more than a million dollars. That's up two and a half percent over last year. We also have more ultra high net worth families. That's people worth more than five million dollars. That grew forty seven thousand homes over last year pretty exciting. And by the way, we now have more households than ever worth twenty five million or more hundred seventy three thousand American households have more than twenty five million dollars, by the way, apple over the last ten years grew almost fourteen hundred percent in value. Yeah. One thousand three hundred seventy four percent. Centurylink was the worst performing stock over the last ten years. It's down forty four percent. You started with one hundred bucks. You now have fifty six, and this is why we argue you should not be investing in individual stocks because while the broad market, the S and P five hundred up four hundred eleven over the last ten years individual stocks. Anything could have happened from down forty four up fourteen hundred. And so why make a bet when you can just ride the wave? No be a sailor not a surfer. It's a whole lot better way to go. But here's the problem. An awful lot of Americans about half of US households. In fact, do not own any stocks at all no stock funds, which means over the last ten years they've missed out entirely on this four hundred percent increase in value and many of those who don't own. Stocks today did on them in the two thousands. And when the credit crisis hit in two thousand eight and the stock market fell sixty percent in value people sold in a panic in two thousand eight and in two thousand nine locking in the market values. You know, they started with a million bucks. They saw a fall in value to four hundred thousand and they sold in a panic and today their money is still worth four hundred thousand even though the stock market fully recovered achieved. New highs had the money remained invested the four hundred thousand today would be worth one point six million. But they're stuck at the four hundred thousand level. And that's the real crisis part of the reason that so many people had that experience is because of their fear. But also their distrust of Wall Street, it's understood. Daniel the new trust barometer came out listing all of the industries in America ranking them based on trustworthiness and the least trusted industry in America is the financial services industry. You know, I can't say that I blame you. There has been so much bad advice and outright fraud that it's understandable. Why you might not like the financial services industry, but that cannot dissuade you from doing what you need to do. And yet, it's hard. You know, we have to admit it the SEC just announced that seventy nine firms. Many of them household names are going to return a hundred and twenty five million dollars to their clients. The SEC says these firms have come forward and confessed the SEC basically said if you don't confess we're going to hit you with a hammer. So they came forward and confessed and they admitted that they sold to their clients mutual funds that were more expensive than alternatives that were readily available. Why did they sell them funds that were more expensive because it enabled them to make more money and earned bigger commissions? Who.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"Welcome back to the program RIC Edelman here. Thanks for hanging around this half hour, guess what marches? It's the tenth anniversary of the beginning of our bull market. Yeah. It was March nine two thousand nine was the low of the credit crisis that began in two thousand eight and we have now enjoyed the longest bull market in US history. Stock prices have risen for longest stretch ever over the last ten years the S and P five hundred has gained four hundred eleven percent. The Dow Jones industrial average is up four hundred thirteen percent. The NASDAQ is up five hundred seventy percent. Why is the S and P in the Dow says similar on the NASDAQ so much stronger, it's because the SNP and the Dow are filled with the biggest companies in America. The NASDAQ is the list of small companies and smaller companies tend to grow faster than big ones. I mean think about it which is easier to double one hundred bucks or one hundred million bucks. See my point naturally, NASDAQ rose faster, but it's also far more volatile losses can occur more easily. So risking reward tend to be linked, but they are all up four hundred five hundred percent. This rise over the last ten years has generated thirty trillion dollars in new wealth for Americans. And for the tenth year in a row, the number of wealthy households in America has reached a new high. We now have ten million households in this country that have more than a million dollars. That's up two and a half percent over last year. We also have more ultra high net worth families. That's people worth more than five million dollars. That grew forty seven thousand homes over last year pretty exciting. And by the way, we now have more households than ever worth twenty five million or more hundred seventy three thousand American households have more than twenty five million dollars, by the way, apple over the last ten years grew almost fourteen hundred percent in value. Yeah. One thousand three hundred seventy four percent CenturyLink was the worst performing stock over the last ten years. It's down forty four percent. You started with one hundred bucks. You now have fifty six and this is why. We argue you should not be investing in individual stocks. Because while the broader market, the S and P five hundred four hundred eleven over the last ten years individual stocks. Anything could have happened from down forty four up fourteen hundred. And so why make a bet when you can just ride the wave? No be a sailor not a surfer. It's a whole lot better way to go. But.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

17:01 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Use. And if the Democrats hope to take back the house or Senate, they have to hope that young voters and Latino voters turn out to the polls at a higher rate than in other midterm elections. Now much has been written lately about how each of these two democratic leaning constituencies don't vote as much as some other groups. We will start the program today by having an advocate for Latino voting power and a scholar of youth voting compare notes on what's going on. And what might or might not make make things different this election day than in the past? And we will take your calls with me are former New York City council speaker Melissa Mark Viverito now the vice president for strategic engagement at the Latino victory fund and power for Puerto Rico the Latino victory fund describes itself as a political. I'm sorry at progressive political action committee working to grow Latino political power by increasing Latino representation. At every level of government, actually, Melissa Mark Viverito will join us in a couple of minutes with us also, and I John della Volpe director of polling at the Harvard. Kennedy School in institute of politics, sell professor, della Volpe starting with you. Welcome to WNYC. Thank so much brides great to be here. So your latest poll shows Americans under thirty my vote at a higher rate than any other midterm election in more than thirty years. Give us some history of what the rates have been. And what your new findings indicate might be next week. Terrific. Thank you. So I I think there's a lot of good news and bad news in our release of this poll thirty thirty six thirty six poll that we've released since since two thousand and the good news is as you said after a period of about thirty two years we saw between sixteen and twenty one percents of young voters participate in midterm elections. So pausing there for a second. This is not a millennial or gen Z problem in terms of young people not interested in voting and midterm elections. This this problem this challenge dates back to my generation, which is genetics and to generation before that which is baby boomers sixteen to twenty one percent showed up in only two occasions did twenty did more than twenty percent show up. And that was a nineteen eighty six nineteen Ninety-four, but indications are from this survey that young people will show up at significantly higher rates than than they have. And and forty percents. Tell us that they're likely to show up. But when we discount that we think that forty percent won't show up. But we do think it will be somewhere perhaps in the mid to high twenty or even thirty percent. The bad news. However, though, is that the motivations the reason that they're likely to vote are that they're tied to the trauma that they've endured for many years from the aftermath of the great recession to the gridlock in Washington DC to regular school, shootings and gun violence. And I think when we look back even that the tragic news the last several days in the last week that the youth vote will only enhance this will only enhance dabbing their spirits before we turn to speaker, Mark Viverito who's with us now and ready to go. I tend to think we generalize too much about generations of people because by race and gender and other demographics their experiences can be so different within generation. So for example, do you see in your latest Harvard poll? Gender differences. Like is this the year of the young woman voter or the young suburban woman voter turning out more than the under thirty American man compared to the past. We see that we see we don't see the ESI -nificant gender, gaps with young voters that we've seen in the past with with older demographic groups, however, one of the demographic groups that is driving participation specify specifically participation for the progressive left is white. College educated females. There are twenty five points more likely to participate in this cycle than they were four years ago, and the margin that they prefer Democrats Republicans is three times what it was four years ago. So yes, in this particular case, it's not just women, but it's white women on college campuses. Whether or who recently graduated that is driving a lot of the excitement. To the degree that there's a significant difference a turn out between. This election and the last two midterm elections will be driven by that demographic group. Good news for Democrats if that holds in the right places, one more like that we think of young people as more liberal than older people in general, but are white males under thirty becoming Republicans like older, white males have. We we see white males specifically with and without a college degree having significant differences. So I do think that the that that the same trends, we see when we think about the overall electorate in terms of the Republican base being more likely white non white more likely to be have less of a less of a education background than others. We see that same effect and within this eighteen to twenty nine year old cohort as well. Overall. President Trump for example, has a twenty twenty six percent job approval rating, but it's significantly higher. Among the white non college group, John della Volpe develop director of polling at the Harvard. Kennedy School institute of politics looking at voters under thirty this year with us and also joining us now is former New York City council speaker Melissa Mark Viverito now the vice president for strategic engagement at the Latino victory. Fund and power for Puerto Rico. And again, the Latino victory fund describes itself as a progressive political action committee working to grow Latino political power by increasing Latino representation at every level of government. Madam speaker? Welcome back to the show. Good morning, Brian. Thank you for inviting me. So the articles that have been coming out this month on Latino voters from the big progressive leaning news organization. Let's call them have all these worrisome headlines slate, the Democrats have a Latino problem Hispanic voters were supposed to be the party's future. It's not working out that way, New York magazine. Democrats have a Latino voting problem. It's not new, but it's urgent the guardian. Democrats hope Latino voters will help them don't count on it and the New York Times as Democrats court Latinos indifference is a powerful and those are all from this month. How do you agree with Jen? How much do you agree with the general thrust? I don't agree. And I think that to me personally, don't look feel like our communities being set up right to be the scapegoat. If things don't go the way that we expect to go. The reality is that in order to get voters interested in voting for your party. You have to have an investment that is made in the community. You have to build a relationship with the community over time, and the mainstream democratic institutions have not done that in a consistent fashion. The one outline or here is the D triple seat, right? The democratic congressional committee which actually has been doing a good job of investing millions of dollars over time and communities on district where there's a large percentages, and that's a ended up paying dividends at the end of the day. Well, we are seeing though is historic numbers of Latinos, registering and partic-. In the early vote process. And the thrust of that says your earlier guest was saying is that younger vote. So for instance, Pugh came out with a report recently that says that about forty three point five percent of all Hispanic eligible voters in two thousand eighteen at forty three point five percent are eighteen to thirty five years of age. That's an incredible number and we're looking now at the early voting process that's happening. The total vote in the twenty sixteen cycle when eighty three million that's in the whole of twenty sixteen cycle right now just to date in this year through the early vote process, and we have not gone through the general election. It's about twenty two million votes. And so we're seeing an incredible. And we're seeing that all over here in the state of New York, which we all take for granted we saw the doubling right of turnout in this midterm cycle them you get two years ago. So, you know, we're just seeing that the thrust and the surge really is among young voters for Hispanic. In general are voting in record numbers. And I think that trend is gonna continue. Well, obviously, we have to see every day is with party support. But I feel strongly based on the work that we're doing it. Others are doing that. We are going to see that it's going to be going to be very instrumental for the Democratic Party. So listeners help us report this story, listen to under thirty and listeners who are Latino will invite you specifically in on the phones for this conversation about voting among your groups two one two four three three WNYC four three three nine six nine to Latino voters. You heard those headlines all this writing about fear and apathy and cynicism. Even with a nativist president. Do you feel it yourself? Do you see it in people around you and get frustrated by Latino listeners help us report this story two one two four three three WNYC four three three nine six nine two and any. Of any background under thirty call us. If this is your first vote of your lifetime, maybe twenty twenty-seven and you never bothered to vote before. And you're going in time is that that sound like you call us, so call us if you haven't voted in a midterm election before call us, Trump is motivating you one way or another or whatever two one two four three three WNYC for listeners who are under thirty and listeners who were Latino help us report the story about motivators to vote or not to vote in this midterm election year, two one two four three three nine six nine two. Speaker. Let me stay with you. And we do a few lines from that New York Times article last week on indifference says. Trojan ripped from their parents arms and held in sweltering tent cities, an onslaught of ads and speeches delivering insults and racist remarks, but interviews with dozens of Hispanic voters in that in California. Too key battleground states showed a more complicated picture that is deeply alarming to Democratic Party officials away from campaign, rallies and candidates. Many voters said they felt disempowered rather than boulder they expressed feelings of cynicism apathy and fear fueled by the highly fraught political moment, others said that messaging about immigration policy alone is not enough to motivate them and some have simply lost faith that politicians will follow through on their promises. Once the elections are over so that from the New York Times last week, and I guess my question is what would you say about the mix of fear? Cynicism and apathy, if you think those are the right words. Was that the intent all along, isn't it? Right. And implementing these policies, it is twinned seventy fear to the hope of those that are the need of this to have a be lulled into action. And that is so our work, right? Not only has. Are working on behalf of the democratic fleet. Like, I am like like, you know, victory is the Democratic Party, etc. You know, we have to what are we doing to ensure that we are instilling, faith and hope community that is growing in this country, and that has a place in this country. So yes, I mean, clearly our communities are feeling under threat. Now, our responsibility is not to just throw up our hands. It's the figure out how do we then turn it around and inspire people? What we're seeing our history has been about the victory is that one Latinos are on the ballot. That is what inspires our communities to come out surfers reflected in the candidates who have hopeful messages wanna talk about building a better society. And I wanna hold government accountable as well this year, we ran a campaign of the year that the majority of let the other candidates that we've been doors and we've endorsed over forty into cycle. The majority are women, and so we're seeing historic numbers of Latinos running we are seeing historic number. Latinos running countrywide also propelling the surge in the Hispanic vote and the interesting people don't register. So I understand the negative narrative that is being put out there. I believe that what we're seeing on the ground defies that narrated, and what we wanna do which ensure that we're not allowing that they can civilly which I believe at times has an agenda to dominate and so we're doing the work on the ground. We're helping these candidates not only to the support of an endorsement, but helping raise money for them helping make sure that they're getting the message out in a productive way. And again the numbers. Historic beat off another statistic. So you vote in this early voting process. The youth vote has been doubling in many of the early votes states. We thought three hundred sixty four percent in Nevada four hundred eleven percent in Pennsylvania, and the Hispanics surge is the highest and that early vote and that use the vote in that early vote base that Hispanic demographic is the largest surge among all. So again, I understand there is this narrative, and we are pushing back against it. We believe that will be no work on the ground is demonstrating, otherwise and professor della Volpe, did you and your Harvard? Kennedy School survey of under thirties, breakout Latino Latina under thirties in your survey to have a take on relative likely turn out or any plus or minus motivating factors. Yes. Yes. We did. And it's we're excited that what we're seeing from the survey responses is actually being played out in the ground as a speaker mentioned to give you some perspective. Back in two thousand fourteen only only eighteen percents of young Hispanic Latino individuals said that they would definitely vote, and at least probably more likely that at the end of the day probably close to ten percent. Voted because voter overall participation was only sixteen percent among this overall demographic in two thousand fourteen but today, and our survey that number who said they were likely to central doubled was up sixteen points to thirty four percents. So they indicate that they're likely to vote they've been registering I think at wrecking numbers, and as the speaker mentioned in places from divider to Florida, Texas. They are turning out at least in the early phases. At rates that no one. I don't think even expected up three or four five hundred percent across across some of those key states. So they still lag the overall participation that we expect from from whites and African Americans, but I think the key to this. As the speaker mentioned is it takes time to kind of build a relationship and build trust between institutions parties and individuals to really ensure that young people will participate, and that's something I think that holds true, not just for young Latina looked Latino individuals, but young people are more generally, very fascinating could be a little bit of evidence that the angle in the slate, New York magazine, New York Times and the guardian all four of those articles might turn out to be wrong. Next tuesday. Let's go to the phones with John della Volpe from the Harvard Kennedy School institute of politics and Melissa Mark Viverito from the Latino victory fund, Rebecca. In Bergen county, you're on WNYC, Rebecca, thanks so much for calling in. Yeah. No problem. Thanks for having me. And I just wanna to thank you teargassing. Thank you to you for doing this reporting. I am twenty two. I am a first generation Cuban Ecuadorian American, and I'm a college student, and I started voting in two thousand sixteen and got involved because I go talk radio in New York City that I know what I was doing and and and what was going on..

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It was a system that we that we followed with thrive in in the refining. Process and that his obviously the four hundred eleven percent shows that that system works. So here's a big one for you. So last week alone are booking percentage was ninety one percent where she booked more deals customers last year than we did the first five months or I'm sorry, we put more deals last week that we did the first five months of last year before we worked with rive. So again, we both more deals last week in the first five months of last year. That's incredible that the reason why we have that success by implementing the systems that this Tatas and helped us out with some of the systems that we've implemented our group interviews that way, we've really been able to come up with a really great team and we've created an implemented checklist. Everything gets done and it gets done right. We, it creates count ability to make sure that everything gets done properly both out in the field and also in our office and. Also doing the podcast light, Jared hid mentioned that has really, really contributed to our success, but that Mike is the diligence and consistency and doing those in that system has really, really been a big blessing in our lives and also really shown that we've gotten a success from following those systems. So before working with rive, we're basically stuck really no new growth with our with our business. We're in a rut and know the last three years. Our customer base in pretty much stayed the same. We weren't shrinking, but we weren't really growing either. So we didn't really know where to go what to do, how to get out of this rumour in but thrive helpless without, you know, the front of those systems that they toss those systems. They caught us knowledge a, we needed in order to succeed. Now, it's been a grind. Absolutely. It's been a grind this last few, but we're in those fruits of from that hard work and diligent bet that we're able to put into. Again, we were in rive bright, helped us out of that rut and. And if you're thinking about, I'm working with right quick thinking about and just do it. Now do the action and you'll get the results. We'll take our work and discipline, but that's what it's going to take in order to nor to relate succeed. So I would just wanna give big shot thrive a big. Thank you out there to thrive wouldn't be where we at where we're at now without their help. Interesting, but during their testimonials didn't share anything about being sufficiently motivated on a weekly basis by an external force who asks them to make big sexual groans. They do that all on their own. Okay. So Now Sean, talked to me about a client that you worked with. That's implemented a few things you go, hey, they've implemented one thing and that one thing has helped. And what's one thing that one of your clients isn't? But if there's one little thing they've actually implemented. Okay. I've got a client who is local here in toll, sir. He had her name is Sally and she is a realtor and she had no idea about the power of Google reviews. And at this point it's been about four months. We've been coaching her and she's got over one hundred Google reviews. She's the highest rated and reviewed realtor in Tulsa now, but it was just teaching her the system of how to go about getting them systematically and not just being theater thing. There's a system for gaining objective reviews from real customers. There's there's a way to do it the way not to do it to speak to what Sean saying, if you Google carpet, cleaning quotes, Oxy, fresh, a brand that I both co. Coached and worked with and John Jonathan Barnett the founder of that company. It's been a friend of mine. I knew of him in college. He I asked me to DJ for his fireworks stand that I did not realize at the time, but that's how he was funding. The creation of Oxy fresh was by starting the fireworks stand and I've worked with John over the years and he's sold over four hundred Oxy fresh franchises. Google search, carpet, cleaning quotes. Oxy fresh is number one in the world. As a result of consistently getting Google reviews. Another system that we implemented in my own companies is the use of checklists simply put the.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Many of which are often too complex and difficult to implement without proper coaching and mentorship. Okay. Sean, I want to get your take on this because I wrote here that real business coaching is about helping real business. Owners have real breakthroughs as a result of. Implementing proven best practice processes and systems. So I'm gonna. Would you think about it Chapman, what you to think about it? What is an example of one thing I'll share with you. One thing that you have taught your clients a client you can think of the Dave implemented. Just one thing that they have implemented that is produced massive success for them. Excuse me, tracking tracking all of the key performance indicators and the hub. Jim Luko we've been doing this. It's awesome. He's been tracking now for going on a year solid and we have so much data that we can go back and look at how much are we spending on advertising? How many new gym members do we have this week? How much total products that we sell, how much of the food service that we sell. So we can keep track of that every single week and it's he's been able to create time freedom while his businesses growing. And he's not working eighty to one hundred hour weeks anymore because we're able to implement this tracking system. So I am going to Cuban an audio testimonial from platinum past. They are clients. We've worked with for a long time, two years, and they've been implementing the system. The reason why we only have one hundred sixty clients will never grow beyond that is because we're about implementation. I am not about creating motivation implementation implementing Thomas Edison. That vision without execution is hallucination, and these people are not hallucinating. They're actually doing what they're supposed to do. Their implementing the system. It blows my mind. People. The number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven percent over last year. We are Jared, Jennifer Johnson. We own platinum Pederson lawn and are located in Walsall Oklahoma, and we have been working with thrive for business coaching for almost a year now. So what we wanna just wanna share some wins with guys that we've had working with rive first of all world top page will now. Okay. I just want to let you know what type of accomplishment. This is our competition organ terminates. They're both one point, three billion dollar companies. They both have two to three thousand pages of content matassa website. So basically go from a virtually nonexistent on Google up. Top pages is really saying something, but it's come by being diligent to the systems that the threat has. I'm gonna be by being consistent, diligent onto a podcast and stay on top of those podcasts really help enough on what they're listening ranking there with you. And also we've been trying to get Google reviews, you know, asking our customers for reviews, and now we're the highest rated and most reviewed pessimism company in the Tulsa area. And that's really helped with our conversion rate and the number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven percent over last year through how much are we up four hundred and eleven percent. So four hundred eleven percent were with with our new customers. Amazing, right. So not only do we have more customers calling in. We're able to close those deals at a much higher rate than we were before right now are closing rate is about eighty five percent and that's largely due to for solid or Google reviews. We've gotten people really see that our customers are happy, but also we have a script that we follow and so in customers call in, they get all the information that they need. That script has been refined time and time. Again, it wasn't a one and done deal we..

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Blast. I let people blast me, but I take it in. So if you're emitting anger, I just let it happen. I believe what you're saying to be true. Can I listen and kind of hear what happened from your perspective? Like Sicher the Email, like what like to hear from you? He doesn't answer, I said, so it looks like you're saying to me, you are charged twice under credit card and you. Didn't authorize that you want to be charged once said, yeah. Okay. Well, how much is the the amount in question it's about thousand dollars thousand dollars. Overcharge me for this particular business. I said, okay. Would it be okay if it put eleven hundred dollars on there for you? I said what I mean? Just want you know, this spirit of the thing. I feel bad that your carbs charge twice when knocking. Like almost in disbelief expecting a fight s satisfies? Does that feel like that'd be a good fit frees up seemed right. Okay. If you were me, what would you want me to do? I mean, how do you want me to handle if you were me, what would you do? And then he had a little sprinkle of little little Monday morning quarterbacking he's one I would not overcharge people. Well, that's awesome to say. But if you have a church without members or business with customers, it's going to happen sometimes and they said, trust, here's a deal. I just want you to know that like I'm handling situation our call's recorded for quality assurance. What I just said is recorded, are we? We gotta get trust here. You feel good. I feel good a refunded jail, you know? And he's like, yeah, sorry for my tone. But if I had called that guy in got is intense with him as he was being with me, it would got into gun to nuclear quickly nuclear winter. So Lanny I just want to say great job one more thing. Yeah, he's up thirty five percents thirty five per cent. Over of eighteen over July seventeen. Now wrote think about that up thirty five percent. Now you might say clay is that normally our client grows at about a thirty percent, right? We were doing the math this year and looking at it in the American GDP is three percent. The gross domestic product growth is three percent, and we have clients like platinum, pest, that really skew at the average because they have their four thousand. They're not. They're up four hundred percent. Yeah, thank four hundred. Eleven percents. Yeah, and they're adding thousands of new customers. So those guys really, really mess up the average, but they've also been client for almost two years and they just now started beating billion dollar companies in the search engine results. So now they're getting that exponential growth. Absolutely. I mean, they're getting like what? Ten reviews a week. I mean, they're crazy surgeon contents rock and they write their own content. They're awesome. So now Robert with your using them for a pest control. Yeah. Now Robert one of our coaches, he's working with lakeshore plumbing and these guys now just hit number one in Google for the term. Okay. C. plumbing. Jess. That's massive, right. Awesome. And a big win is that we teach people on this show how to create content for their website and apparently Robert with Jonas climate lakeshore created a ton of the content himself. So that's amazing. He found the time to do it, and then we have one more win of the week. We have American document shredding guys up twenty three point, four percent American document. Treading as a result of diligently executing the proven path as taught to him by his coach. Mr. Marshall Morris, a big shot out to American document-shredding, lick shore plumbing and arrival three d. now thrive nation. If you're out there and you say, gosh, I want to be proactive about my accounting. I am just tired of being so reactive. I've got.

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"We are Jared, Jennifer Johnson. We own platinum Pederson lawn and are located in also Homa and we have been working with RAI for business coaching for almost a year now. So what would wanna just wanna share some wins with guys that we've had by working with rive. First of all, I'm world page will now. Okay. I just want to let you know what type of complement this is or competition organ terminates. They're both one point, three billion dollar companies. They both have two to three thousand pages of content matassa website. So basically go from a virtually nonexistent on Google up. The top pages is really saying something, but it's by being diligent, the systems that the threat has. I'm going to be by being consistent, diligent onto a podcast and stay on top of those podcasts really help. We've been up on. They're listening ranking there with Google, and also we've been trying to get Google reviews, you know, asking our customers for reviews, and now we're the highest rated amd most reviewed pessimism company in the Tolstoy area. And that's really helped with our conversion rate and the number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven percent over last year or through how much are we up four hundred and eleven percent. So four hundred eleven percent were with with our new customers. Amazing, right. So not only do we have more customers calling in able to close those deals at a much higher rate than we were before right now are closing rate is about eighty five percent. And that's largely due to a for select Google reviews that we've gotten people really see that our customers are happy. But also we have a script that we follow. And so in customers call in, they get all the information that they need. That script has been refined time and time. Again, it wasn't a one done deal. We. It was a system that. We that we followed with thrive in in the refining process. And that has obviously the four hundred eleven percent shows that that system works. So here's a big one for you. So last week long, our booking percentage was ninety one percent where she booked more deals more customers last year than we did the first five months or I'm sorry, we more deals last week that we did the first five months of last year before we worked with rive. So again, we both more deals last week than the first five months of last year. That's incredible. But the reason why we have that success by implementing of systems that thrive as Tatas and helped us out with some of those systems that we've implemented our group interviews that way, we've really been able to come up with a really great team, and we've created an implemented checklist when everything gets done and it gets done right, we, it creates accountability. Our able to make sure that everything gets done properly both outfield. And also in our office and also doing the podcast Jared had mentioned that has really, really contributed to our success, but that Mike is the diligence and consistency and doing those in that system has really, really been a big blessing in our lives and also really shown that we've gotten a success from following those systems..

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"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eleven percent" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"That's platinum, pest, and lawn there implementing the systems, diligently, they're changing the game and the reaping the rewards. It's one thing to want to know the system, but it's another to actually implement them. Stay tuned. The number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven percent over last year. We are Jared, Jennifer Johnson. We own platinum Pederson lawn and are located in Walsall Oklahoma, and we have been working with RAI for business coaching for almost a year now. So what we wanna just wanna share some wins with you guys that we've had by working with rive. First of all, I'm world Tom page of Google now. Okay. I just want to let you know what type of accomplishment. This is our competition organ terminates. They're both one point, three billion dollar companies. They both have to three thousand pages of content matassa website. So basically go from virtually nonexistent on Google up on the top page is really saying something on this by being diligent systems. That's right. Has I'm be by being consistent, diligent onto a podcast and stay on top of those podcasts really help. We've enough on what they're listening ranking there with you. And also we've been trying to get Google reviews, you know, asking our customers for reviews, and now we're the highest rated and most reviewed pessimism company in the Tulsa area. And that's really helped with our conversion rate and the number of new customers that we've had is up four hundred eleven percent over last year or through how much are we up four hundred and eleven percent. So four hundred eleven percent were up with with our new customers. Amazing, right. So not only do we have more customers calling in able to close those deals at a much higher rate than we were before right now are closing rate is about eighty five percent. And that's largely due to apostolic Google reviews that we've gotten people really see that our customers are happy. But also we have a script that we follow. And so in customers call in, they get all the information that they need. Oh, chop. It makes me wanna cry, platinum, pest, and lawn implementing the systems, they're changing.

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