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Fresh update on "nathan" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Was obviously wrong. American people have to deal with the president's decision. I'm Michael Castor and I met gory from the Bloomberg newsroom. AstraZeneca is likely to conduct an additional global trial who was says the efficacy of its covert 19 vaccine. That's according to the company's CEO, after current studies raised questions over its level of protection. The new trial would be run instead of adding an arm to an ongoing US trial would evaluate a lower dosage that performed better The full amount in Astra's studies. The company's acknowledgement that the lower level was given an error fueled concerns. Amazon merchants across the country are saying some products that normally reach customers in a day or two are now taking a week or longer. Bloomberg's Nathan Hager reports, seven merchants and consultants from California, Texas was constant. Florida say they had to ship products themselves that were ordinarily handled by Amazons Logistics Service, which is typically faster and cheaper to the sellers..
Bill Gates looks back at ‘The Road Ahead’ after 25 years and some hit-and-miss tech predictions
"A look back at what Bill gates got right and got wrong in his book road ahead. This is based on a bill gates blog. Post talking about that stuff. And it's interesting because i had kinda forgotten this but back in nineteen ninety-five when this book was written. He was talking about What do you call digital agents. Which today we call digital assistance. Cortana syria lexus. Google assistant Was pretty forward looking. You know although he says These things are not as sophisticated as envisioned that they would you know twenty five years ago which is kind of interesting but you know what he doesn't say and i find i find this to be somewhat fastening. This book was really controversial Because when it came out it barely mentioned the internet. You know And i mean a month after this came out microsoft its giant pivot where they embraced the internet and You know announced internet explorer and a and they fully embrace the web and he actually came out with a second edition of the book that added the word internet about one hundred and fifty times just to make wa So year later almost a year later they came out with a revised version of the book. but yeah. I mean back. Then you know microsoft well you know. Proprietor proprietary software company there still thinking very proprietary so he saw the need for networks obviously and worldwide global. And all that. But i'm sure he envisioned microsoft being a gatekeeper. That thing you know at the time So that was kind of but yeah. I remember when this came out. It kind of solidified my distaste for these kinds of books. You know i. I was reading the wikipedia entry. But they're like it coulda reception is being very tepid mike. That's a good word for how this book was. Because he used a lot of management jargon and like big ideas. And i'm like yeah but tell us what you actually think about. What's going to happen next because you actually have done. A lot of comdex presentations used to tell us stuff all the terrain and it used to be great. It used to be amazing. You'd be like wow. Is that really the future. And then you read this and you're like wait. What happened between that and the book right. I mean look i. It's anyone who knows anything about bill. Gates it probably has a little bit of a problem with the tech visionary thing but i mean he did foresee the digital transformation stuff that we're that's happening today. He saw video on demand very early. They had a project tiger that was seeking to basically make net flicks back in the nineties He saw pocket computers of course Many years before we have iphones and androids and things like that. So i mean he you know but he'd been spot on the internet aware then he you. You did mention this but he is now going to write another book Which is called how to avoid climate disaster where he's talking about climate change and Yeah this this could be given what he does now with the gates foundation. I think a little more sweeping and maybe more interesting. We'll definitely be more sobering in it. Just yeah yes if we can turn off all those data centers. We wouldn't have. I told you the internet was bad. I don't know why did pay attention in one thousand nine didn't mention it back losing it. That's it's twenty five years. it's amazing. It was twenty five years ago. Nathan myhrvold Was one of his collaborators on the book which is interesting given that he went onto intellectual ventures. Yeah i still have the contents of it on my nass somewhere i of the day. Yeah don't know if it would install these days. It's probably a what they built. Probably some base thing also we have in in. This is interesting microsoft and joins apple and amazon. In saying hey so so in this court case with google. We'd really like it if you didn't share all of our data with jewel 'cause that wouldn't be great also. At and t. Comcast duck duck go oracle sonos and t mobile. Wow i just find this interesting. Because the all of these Big tech Internet anti-trust cases are all based on this notion of the gatekeeper. Right apple is the gatekeeper. I s amazon is the gatekeeper to online shopping. Google is the gatekeeper basically to the internet or the web in the idea. There is that you're searching for things. And they those companies control the search. They see what you're searching for and they can see what's popular. They can offer up their own stuff. Instead you know amazon. Does that with amazon basic stuff. They're like oh look. Batteries are selling great. Let's make batteries. Find the cheapest chinese batteries and get slap a log autumn. And we'll set. We're under price. Them will sell a million of. It's worked out pretty great right so basically no one goal to do this to us through the evidence for providing in this case the idea being that google's lawyers will see the evidence. Go back to google and say hey Apples working on this thing that you might want to know about ever and they would like the stuff to be marked as confidential not in not be something that google's lawyers could bring back to google so it'll be in gogol has said We would never do that. What do you mean. Of course not having with alaska do better say this. If it did happen. I mean we would disclose that. That'd be
Fresh "nathan" from KYW 24 Hour News
"She suggested doing a mini Christmas village concept so that they could serve hot to go foods and owner Doug Hager tells me they also reworked their financial agree. I think they're working as business partners in this and got his benefit equally, and I'm taking risk if it's not profitable. I'm not gonna ask them to buck up for that, But it's also a good exercise. They're learning a lot about what it takes to start a new concept. I mean, we're literally changing our business model in a week, Boyd says. This is an idea of the employees enthusiastically embraced. It saves our jobs. That's the bottom line. They're 15 of us that otherwise, you know, we can all work in restaurants because not all of them are surviving work began just as the governor announced a six week closure to endure dining and Hager says it took them about a week to create the Zeitgeist Christmas Village, which opens this week on black Friday. Zeitgeist in German is a sense of longing to be in different times like thinking, Man. I really wish I grew up in the sixties that would be a zeitgeist feeling or in Hager's case, a zeitgeist feeling for the restaurant economy of 2019 on South Street had asked Cousin It's k y w News radio Bad 11 25. It's money news on K Y W Here's Bloomberg's Nathan Hager. The recession sparked by the pandemic cut across just about all sectors. Other than the essentials. But the Corona.
Los Angeles - Gov. Newsom’s Child Quarantined for Possible COVID-19 Exposure
"Of the family members of California's governor is now under quarantine. Leslie Bull reports one of governor Gavin Newsom's Children is in a 14 day quarantine after a classmate at his private school tested positive for covert. 19 Newsome spokesperson, Nathan Click tells politico that quote the family has taken the potential exposure seriously and is following all state protocols. Click, says the governor. His wife and three other Children are not required to quarantine since they were not. Directly exposed. Leslie Bull reporting
Fresh "nathan" from Paul Murnane
"Your doorstep. Get to Kiwi co dot com slash local to save 50% on your first month. That's K I w i c o dot com slash local on the Supreme Court blocking some of Governor Cuomo's restrictions when it comes to religious institutions will have more on that and reaction from the governor in five minutes at 11 25. Look at Bloomberg Money News on WCBS, sponsored by the Jewish communal Fund. Here's Nathan Hager. The recession sparked by the pandemic cut across just about all sectors other than the.
Conan O'Brien ending late night talk show in 2021
"Time late night talk show host saying goodbye. Here he is. There he goes. After 28 years with the nightly talk show, Conan O'Brien is leaving for another gig, a weekly talk show on HBO. Max. His TVs Talk show will end next June after a 10 year run. Previously, he hosted The Tonight Show and Late Night with Conan O'Brien for NBC. And while he's leaving TBS, he's not leaving his company. TBS and HBO. Max are all part of the Warner media family. Jason Nathan's an ABC Notice Hollywood. Next
Fresh "nathan" from WBBM Morning News
"Officer paper then that Alex Smith is with the investment research firm, Third Bridge, he says meat and milk alternatives were already grabbing market share before covert 19 hit, driven primarily by younger consumers. Millennials Genji's Really for a desire to help the wellness. Concerns over the environment. Concerned that the animal welfare plant based dairy alone has been growing by more than 10%. Year over year. Smith says that run rate could pick up even further as the Corona virus has more grocery shoppers thinking about their general health from our experts that attitudes will Changed to create new fundamental behaviors, Eh? So you will see enough They can grow from that 10% going forward with business Now a 23 and 53 past each hour from the Bloomberg newsroom Nathan Hager NewsRadio 7 81 of 5.9 F found what? Your traffic and weather together coming up next. It's a 25 consumer access number 256..
Conan O'Brien ending late night talk show in 2021
"News and a long time late night talk show host is saying good bye. We'll sort of hearing on there. He goes. After 28 years with the nightly talk show, Conan O'Brien is leaving for another gig, a weekly talk show on HBO. Max. His TVs Talk show will end next June after a 10 year run. Previously, he hosted The Tonight Show and Late Night with Conan O'Brien for NBC. And while he's leaving TVs, he's not leaving his company. TBS and HBO. Max are all part of the Warner media family. Jason Nathan's an
Fresh "nathan" from San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
"Accident. North 1 25 of the 94 Everybody over the right shoulder. Now, this reporter sponsored by Jeff Anderson and Associates, John Monty with your next Koga New Center Real time update 6 30. Low clouds, then sunny skies Comfortable temperatures on this Thanksgiving Santa Ana winds will be kicking up tonight some areas could see gusts up to 50 Miles an hour Red flag warning issued for the inland and mountain communities from nine tonight. Till nine Saturday morning Coast up to 63 Today Inland 67 the mountains 54 the deserts up to 71 right down downtown were mostly cloudy and 57 degrees. Coco News time is 6 21. It is time for a news about your money. Solly has the day off. So we had to the Bloomberg News desk. And Nathan Hager. The recession sparked by the pandemic cut across just about all sectors other.
Lil Wayne facing federal gun charge in Florida
"New gun charge could send rapper Lil Wayne to prison for years. More from ABC is Jason Nathan Seuin rapper Little Wayne hit with felony weapons charges at all dates back to December of last year, when his private plane was searched by federal agents in Miami. They said they found drugs, guns and ammo on board and that Wayne admitted that a gold plated pistol found in some luggage was hiss. Miss Wynn is on parole and not allowed to have guns, You know, faces 10 years in prison if convicted, his lawyer says. The rapper plans to fight the charges. Jason Nathan's an ABC Ners
California, Oregon and Washington issue Covid travel advisory urging 14-day quarantine
"Travel advisories for anyone traveling to or from the West Coast. NPR's Nathan Rott reports. The region is responding to the Surgeon Cove in 19 cases. California has passed another sobering benchmark. More than a million total coronavirus cases have now been recorded in that state, and the number keeps climbing. Higher infection rates in some parts of California are higher than they've been since summer. Similar spikes or happening in Oregon, Washington and further inland, all of which is stressing hospital systems and causing worry, particularly with the Thanksgiving holiday just around the corner. To address that state leaders are urging anyone traveling to or from the West Coast to quarantine for 14 days after they arrive, and they're asking people to limit their interactions and activities toe on Lee, those that are necessary. If they do decide to travel. Nathan Rott. NPR NEWS just one day after
Biden's Climate Change Plans Could Face Serious Challenges In A Divided Congress
"Climate change is one of the top four crises president elect biden. Says he'll tackle. I but his ambitious plans could meet serious challenges if he faces a divided. Congress make an rod is part of npr's climate team and joins us now. Hi nathan nary biden's climate plans. Were the most aggressive ever put forth by a major party candidate. How much do they depend on. Congressional support Quite a bit to accomplish everything that he's pledging to do. Because yeah i mean as you said. He set some very ambitious goals though we should say they are goals that targets. That are very much in line. With what the scientific community has been saying for years that we need to do which is cut greenhouse gas emissions fast to avoid worst case climate scenarios. And that's what biden's plan would do. He wants to cut all carbon emissions from the electric sector by two thousand thirty five. He wants to make america. Carbon neutral p- not adding any greenhouse gas emissions to the planet by twenty fifty. And to do that would require massive changes and not just our electrical sector but industry transportation massive investments in new technology. And obviously. that's a lot easier to do financially politically lawsuit wise. If it's done with congressional support with congressional support you said so what happens if democrats control the house and republicans control the senate as looks likely. How much of this can you still get done. That's a good question. I think there are you know. Obviously there are parts of the republican party current present included who do not see climate. Change is as much of an issue but that is not universally true and You know remember. There's also this big and growing movement of businesses utilities cities states that are taking their own aggressive actions to reduce emissions themselves. So i've heard some environmental groups and also some more conservative folks. In recent days you know suggest that biden reach out and try to engage. Republicans on this issue scott siegel for example as a partner at the lobbying in law firm bracewell which represents some fossil fuel companies and. He says there is an appetite on both sides for technological advancement so better batteries. Hydrogen fuel carbon storage and. He thinks that's an opportunity. A lot of where we've seen. Bipartisan legislation in congress has married and innovation agenda to expansion frankly of regulatory authority so there might be the makings of a deal there and i think that A biden administration be well placed to try and pull that deal off and by that means you know. Biden has a history of working across the aisle and being in congress so that should help. So what if mitch mcconnell says not going to happen. What could biden accomplish with executive actions. He can still do quite a bit you know. He could roll back rollbacks. At the trump administration undertook on you know everything from methane emissions to clean water rules. He could use existing laws like the clean air act to direct agencies to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. That's what the obama administration did before you know maybe one of the easiest goals that he set for himself to accomplish just to make the us a big part of the global conversation about climate. Change again He can do that by rejoining the paris climate agreement which he says he's going to do and just by being a part of international talks. What are you going to be looking for between now january twentieth when he's inaugurated know i think it's gonna be really telling to see who he nominates to some of these key agencies that deal with environment and climate issues. He's being urged by more progressive parts of his party to not give leadership roles to people who have ties to fossil fuel companies That is something that no modern administration has done before. It's something that biden has not committed to But if he does go route or he nominates folks were viewed as more progressive to lead the epa or interior department That could be a signal of how ambitious you might try to be on climate action you know but also if republicans maintain a senate majority and they fight those nominations to nail. That could be telling of how much resistance. He's going to run into on his broader climate agenda as well. That's npr's nathan. Thanks nate thank
Chicago rapper among 3 dead in shootout outside Atlanta lounge
"Up and coming rapper loses his life during an Atlanta shootout. Rapper King von was shot and killed outside a hookah lounge in Atlanta early Friday morning. Investigators tell WSB TV that Vaughn really named Davon Bennett is part of a group that got in an argument outside the lounge gunfire. I followed. Officers were already in the area and were fired on when they showed up. They shot back. But police say they believe Bennett was shot before officers arrived. The Chicago based rapper had millions of views for songs on YouTube in two albums that hit the Billboard charts. Chance the rapper Tweeted ripe von God bless him and his family. I can't believe it. And that is Jason Nathan Seuin with that report.
Face Masks Are Again in Short Supply as Covid-19 Cases Surge
"A new surge of Corona virus cases is putting a new strain on supplies of personal protective equipment. Bloomberg's Nathan Hager reports. In Michigan, For example, nearly two in three health systems have a less than three weeks supply of one or more types of protective gear. The State Health Department recommends a 90 day supply. DowJones reports, three M is on track to produce nearly 100 million masks a month. Other companies have added capacity for at least 20 million and 95 masks per month. But manufacturers say that's still not
Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90
"Connery, the Scottish actor known for sophisticated elegance, has died, according to his publicist. Connery died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by family. He's being remembered as someone who changed the world hears correspondent Jason Nathan's Sean Connery will always be remembered as the original James Bond says Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and a statement on Twitter about any shaken not stirred, revolutionized the world with his gritty and witty portrayal of the sexy and charismatic secret agent there, right. Saying that Connery was largely responsible for the success of the James Bond Film series, and they will forever be grateful to him. John Connery was 90 Connery, who was awarded a knighthood in 2000 for his contribution to the Arts played the British spy in seven movies beginning with Dr No In 1962. That was the very first bond movie. Tributes have been pouring in on social media from the likes of Hugh Jackman, Elton John, Spike Lee, Catherine Zeta Jones and many others and the latest bond who's about to hang up his martini glass. Daniel Craig writing in part He defined an era and a style. The wit and charm he portrayed on screen could be measured in megawatts again. Sean Connery dead at the age of 90 wins news
Sean Connery, Actor And The Original James Bond, Dies At 90
"Sir Sean Connery, The Scottish actor known for his sophisticated elegance, has died, according to his publicist. He died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by family. Connery is being remembered as someone who changed the world hears correspondent Jason Nathan's Sean Connery will always be remembered as the original James Bond says Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and a statement on Twitter about any shaken not stirred, revolutionized the world with his gritty and witty portrayal of the sexy and charismatic secret agent. They write, saying that Connery was largely responsible for the success of the James Bond Film series. And they will forever be grateful to him. John Connery was 90
Netflix hikes subscription price, boosted by viewer growth
"NETFLIX's has increased its annual content budget every single year over the last seven years spending a once estimated eighteen and a half billion dollars in two thousand twenty alone though that may have changed this year due to the pandemic increased competition means Netflix's needs to continuously. Step up its game to ensure it has both quality content and plenty of it while also working to better the actual platform that costs money and price hikes come as a result and quote. Yeah. So estimates are that a price hike like this along these lines for North American customers will generate an additional five hundred million to one billion dollars for Netflix in fiscal year twenty, twenty, one alone that's assuming this doesn't Piss people off and they cancelled their subscriptions Netflix's recent earnings report was something of a fail. If you'll recall as they didn't hit the subscriber growth numbers that Wall Street wanted as Nathan tanks tweeted quote, the demand for Netflix subscriptions just outpaced the supply of Netflix subscriptions. So prices have to increase to balance supply and demand. That's just how things work and quote. Not and also yes, we are in a pandemic. So maybe people won't look too kindly on any sort of price increases but Kobe Times can cut both ways. People need distraction and entertainment more than they did say. But they also have less money and then consider the fact that movie theaters are closed. So maybe now is the time for Netflix's to put the pedal to the metal because they're the biggest game still going in town. No new big blockbuster movies for awhile and consider the budgets that it's streaming competitors have estimated to have set aside for content production this year. As John Erlich men pointed out on twitter Amazon set aside eight and a half billion dollars apple TV six, billion dollars who four and a half billion dollars Disney plus two and a half billion dollars Hbo Max Two. Billion Dollars Peacock one and a half billion dollars CBS access one billion dollars net flicks as we said probably spent eighteen and a half billion dollars. So maybe no time like the present to spend to keep your lead
INSANE CASE STUDY: Publishing For 365 Days Straight
"All right so She has been talking about publishing. For years. About the power of why we should be publishing daily and I remember at one of our Club X. Events. I made a statement I said. Everyone the audience that if you will publish single day for a year by end of the year I'm convinced you have you'll be financially free. And I think people looked at me and said, cool. Some people said, there's no way and very few people actually did it. They're having people have people sailing enough are having a lot of success right now. So I still stand by that like you pick to wear you to publish that and do it every single day. For Year, you should be successful because a couple of things can happen number one. It will give you a chance and give you time to find your voice and number two. It gives your audience enough time to come and find you right and so that's kind of the reason behind it. and. So what's cool is this morning Brandon Fisher whose one of the guys here my team it is all kind of our video. Steph he sent me this trailer and I haven't watched the documentary I watched the trailer this morning and it was amazing. So I if you go to we are Jim and Sam Dot com, you can go and watch the trailer for this documentary called after. So many days and so I don't know why sent to me. So I cook play and in this minute fifty trailer if this documentary, it tells a story about a couple who newlyweds in Jim in San who've been trying for decade to get to hit it with music right? They were playing show their practice seven for ten years had no success and they decided they needed to do. Something crazy. We need to figure out a way to pay the things successful, and so they decided that they were going to do a show every single day for three, hundred, sixty, five days. Right Andy and I haven't seen the documentary I am so excited to go and watch it. But. Just from the trailer. You see what happens is they go out there and they start doing a show and they some of the shows like next to these guys cutting down trees because only person there listened to him some of these little bars are. Just wherever they can find a place to perform show in front of humans right and they started doing this and they started doing this and by the end of the trailer, they're performing in front of these audiences of tens of thousands of people and There's this quota the in the trailer that was so powerful factor wrote down to one to share with you at the end the trailer he says. So here we go making something happen every single day, and then boom they start on this journey and it want to show you because man. you. So many of this dream we have our art right for the for Jim Sam. It's they're they're banned for for you could be an offer product, a coaching program, the book of course, a CD, a physical product service you do could be whatever right with is visually of our dream and we go out there and try to put out there. but the magic of this and I cannot wait to wash documentary having ten more episodes getting out about this but the concept of our free be successful it's not just going out there and dabbling or there I'm going to read a book I'm GonNa go try to whatever it's like here we go making something happen every single day. What are you doing every single day to make your dream come true right like what is it right for most of us if we're satisfied publishing I duNno Nathan Berry who is the founder kid? Really good solid off a program He said the same thing is like I'm gonNA write a blog post every single day for a year a sat down and he started doing it and I was really hard right but then got in the habit of this like every damn. Sit down. I'M GONNA reading thousand words red thousand every minute early morning. Yeah. Thousand words, thousand words, and by the time a year cup up his company had blown up. Things happen from it, and so I think for all of us men they just they just serve such a good reminder. How do we publish something every single day? Right and so this is the rallying call K. as you hazard going to commit to this and say, okay, I'm GonNa do this. Calls. So here we go. Making something happened every single day. So what does that for you? What is that lever with the thing you do every single day it's GonNa. Change everything for you. You've got to figure out exactly what that is and then focus on and do it consistently every single day for you. If you do that a couple things happen number one, you will find your voice gay I, guarantee them for formula show every single day for your what happened they got better they will like if people didn't like they like they, they mastered their craft right. The second thing is that as they're going out there and doing this over and over and over again, the consistency gave their audience a chance to find them. I talked about and traffic secrets because we'll. I shared another one of Nathan varies. Thousand. Blog posts are hundred bog whatever hundred, sixty, five blog posts. He did that year. When was called you have to endure long enough to get noticed talked about they said you know it's interesting because you think about. TV shows or movies or documentaries like like how many TV shows did you find out about like season four or five rice at the the problems are so much content being created all the time that That the market the waits to to see what's good enough is going to rise to the top right and so it's it's testing. You I think for all of US I. Okay. The Universe God the market you know whoever testing you see. Do you really want this? How bad you want how bad you care about your message to hear anything to be a blog once a week about it and you care if you're gonNA blind date about it do you care about the every single day? You're GonNa make something happen because if you do if you are. Then you get rewarded tethers reason now that I'm having still having so much success in my business, right? Despite the ups and the downs in the all the things I have been doing this. Now for eighteen years, eighteen years I've been beating this drum over and over and over I beat this drum when nobody was listening I beat this drum when people were angry at Stroman when clients relieving beat this drama kept doing it and doing it and doing it because I believed it so much because I cared about semester I knew the impact he could and would have if I just kept doing it kept doing it kept doing it and now eighteen years later. I'm still learning. So becoming better I'm still I still make tons of stupid mistakes. Right? Eighteen years letter later I found my voice right and my audience is finding me and it will continue to hopefully continue to grow and keep evolving. But that's definitely what's what's happening. So
Giuliani shown in hotel bedroom scene in new ‘Borat’ film
"Back. I hope quantum never thiss vials. All the Democrats general trap. First time comedian Sasha Baron Cohen's mock You. Minarik catches President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani. In a rather compromising situation. ABC is Jason Nathan's and joining us on the coma News line. The film comes out Friday as Prince Worthy as it sounds, Jason. Yeah, I mean, if you're familiar with the board at movies in the Bruno movies and all the stuff that Sasha Baron Cohen does. This is very much along those lines and the scene. That's making headlines today involving Rudy Giuliani, which I can explain, but I'll have to give some spoilers if that's okay. I guess people can plug their ears if they don't want to hear it. How's that starting now? So the scene involves Rudy Giuliani in a hotel room with a reporter who is not actually a reporter, one of Sasha Baron Cohen's people, and she in the movie is actually his daughter, who is supposed to be 15. But the actress herself this 24? Yes, she's interviewing Rudy Giuliani. She looks like a you know, a 24 year old journalist. She doesn't Looks like she's 15 at all one. It's amazing that she's able to get an interview in her hotel room alone with Rudy Giuliani during Cove. It that's pretty incredible speaks to the testament of how good Sasha Baron Cohen and his people are being able to set stuff up like that. But during the interview part and it's part of the movie, she's flirting with him a lot. She's touching his knee. She's being very suggestive. That's all part of the thing. And then at the end of the interview, they get together. They're drinking Scotch by the way during the interview, and she says, Let's finish our drinks in the bedroom to which you go. Okay, and they go in the bedroom, and there's you know, there were there were cameras set up in the living room. But there are no cameras in the bedroom except for a hidden camera and they're helping each other, take their microphones off. So he helped her take her mike off and then his microphone is kind of tucked into his shirt and so in order to get it Now she has to unbuckle his pants, and at one point, he kind of leans back on the bed with his pants on buckled, and then he starts to tuck in his shirt. So it looks like his hands in his pants. And he's in this hotel room with this woman, And then Borat kind of bursts in and craziness ensues. And if you remember a couple months ago, Rudy Giuliani actually called the cops. On Sasha Baron Cohen for that, because he didn't know what was going on. But this footage that you see, and it's getting a lot of headlines today. And I think one headline from the Daily Mail said that Giuliani is fondling himself inside his pants, which is clearly not the case. He's talking his shirt back into his pants. But it's not a good look really for him. For somebody who's the senior advisor to the president to be in a hotel room with a woman like that, with his pants on buckled and drinking Scotch, and he's touching her on the hip. Very suggestively and playfully and says that she should give him her phone number and her address and things like that. It doesn't look great, but there's nothing illegal or necessarily inappropriate going on. There's even a scene with Mike Pence in this movie. Yeah, there is a barren Colin actually goes with CPAC conference. He's in there dressed up as President Trump and he's running around with this girl who is supposed to be his daughter over his shoulder. He's trying to give her as a peace offering from In Kazakhstan to Mike Pence. He wants to give Mike Pence his daughter, his only daughter, and that's part of the whole big, so he's right. Actually, he's running around as my pencil speaking on the stage gets in, and he makes a commotion, and then you get escorted out by a lot of people. So it's It's definitely Sasha Baron Cohen getting himself into those situations that we've seen him do before, which could be uncomfortable but also very, very funny. And also, there's a lot of social and political messages going on kind of trying to get to the heart of A lot of people's racism and prejudice and things like that, In a very funny way. Available for streaming Friday on Amazon Prime A bee sees
How to Write Perfect Cold Emails That Dont Get Ignored
"Do is increase your low time. This is really important especially, because Google has mobile I indexing go google dream hosts. You can check out their site they not only a really super affordable reliable but they're hosting improves your low time converted most hosts out there which increases your seo ranking. So check them out. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to be talking about how to write perfect cold emails that don't get ignored it. You just get cold email earlier neil I did someone was trying to tell me how it was something about helping the United States you know I live in the United States for anyone listening. Okay let me open it up and the guys like guy. I'm Dan you know I live in the united. States we need your help and pretty much long story short he tried to get me to link to one of his websites. I didn't respond to Dan. I was like this isn't really hoping the United States. This is more so helping you but I did up because it was just so creative. The other thing that I've found with creative subject lines is I short to the point does well, like sometimes Brian Deane will send emails would just. Be Site audit or Seo template or something like that. Those do well anything that's casual lower case like your friends would send you do well putting people's name in the subject line does well to what have you tested Yeah you. Looking at this email from Nathan Lot guy, he sends me this email and it says five hundred K. Twenty Twenty ytd. So that basically I'm like, okay he's probably talking about a business that maybe things I'm interested in. Right. So I'm like, okay I'm going to click on it. So to your point short sometimes it might be like we've talked about just putting the person's first name with a question mark that's been used quite a bit now. So a lot of things we. Talked about on this podcast will tend to get over US really quickly and you have to move onto the next thing. Let's see I'm doing a cold email and I'm trying to get a client. I might say three issues with your website, right? It's it's short. It's to the point and it's something that you know that they care about. So if I'm the CEO of the company reach out to me, you tell me there's problem with my website on my own God. I'm. GonNa. Do I'm at the very least I'm probably if I'm responsible CEO, I'm GonNa Ford that to whoever's responsible on the team, and that's actually longtime ago. Here's a better example Neil and I hit a Zingo when they're are thinking about getting into poker and we just think the email is that was we've grown a poker websites before and then we getting a call with on a call with like four or five of their executives unfortunately day ended up scrapping the program but. It just shows and this is at the time Neil and I were I think it was twenty, six, twenty seven still sitting out the cold email you gotta think about what people care about and go from there. Neil. You even talk about the cold email that you sent to someone that kind of got into like a issue, which is call it that way. Yes. So there was a billionaire who got into a issue bad press I literally send a cold email on like. You're. GonNa run into more trouble unless you do this like something generic like that in decline and then I broke down. How my company can help them with PR you end up hiring me but I got him to respond to the email and he's prying but I quickly got from it that he didn't WanNA spend any money. So I kinda stopped messaging him back. But in general short catchy subject lines do well and anything that is very relevant to the time or something that they're facing problems that they're having do extremely well, and you don't need to know the person like if I'm sending you a cold email to fifty one hundred people in a space and I know I'm an SEO and I'm trying to get him for s you're related stop. I know people always want more traffic like I m saying like, try this hack. Your traffic will just go through the roof. And just like something that simple and a lot of people end up opening it, and then you can have a conversation and get responses. The final thing I'll add from my side is that the body of your email just you only need a personalized ten to twenty percent of it, and then it's personalized. So you don't need to go that far but the personalization goes a long way 'cause anybody and I promise you anybody that has a decent brain will know but it's just a template, and so you got to figure out how you can make it look legit and by the way you WanNa make. Sure your
Climate Change Is A Top Campaign Issue At Least For Democrats
"This year climate change is a top campaign issue at least for Democrats. Yesterday, we looked at president trump's record. On the issue today, we'll explore toe Biden's plan, which is the most ambitious climate proposal. Any presidential candidate has ever laid out. We've got NPR's Nathan rods and NPR's Jeff Brady both of our climate team with us. Hi, guys good morning. So. Let's just the obviously our Joe Biden and Donald Trump do not exactly agree on climate? Change. Absolutely yeah I think that's a fair way to put it. President trump repeatedly rejects climate science and generally he depicts regulations to address climate. Change is bad for the economy and bad for jobs Joe Biden calls climate change existential threat to our health, our economy, our national security, the whole thing but he's also trying to frame it right now as an opportunity you know when? Donald. Trump thinks about climate change he thinks hoax. When I think about I think jobs. Good paying union opposite put. To work. Building a stronger more. Climate resilient nation I mean nate. That sounds great. But has he laid out a plan for how he would actually make that happen. Yes, and it is a lot Hewitt invest money for one climate. Change is part of his economic recovery plan for the pandemic. But he's also says he'll do executive actions right? Other Gate. He says he's GONNA re enter the Paris climate agreement and put the US back in the global climate conversation He's talking about conserving land for biodiversity stopping offshore drilling in the Arctic. Methane from existing oil and gas tell me when you want me to stop. But he's also putting money towards climate adaptation measures to make communities more resilient to sea level rise flooding hurricanes fires. You know the type of things we've experienced over the last few months and he's also promising massive investments in green energy and infrastructure. This is where the. Jobs part of what he's promising comes in. So that means more solar more wind high speed rail, electric car chargers all with the goal of zeroing out carbon pollution from our electrical sector by twenty, thirty five and making the country carbon neutral. So it's contributing anymore to climate change by twenty fifty. And I mean I know a lot of campaigns I mean the rhetoric is aspirational, right but even so I mean by twenty fifty shifting the entire US economy to be carbon neutral to sounds like a massive undertaking is he going to be able to accomplish that Jeff? You know most of the experts I've talked with thinking is possible. The plan includes a lot of executive actions. The Biden says, he would take right away some of the nature mentioned. It also this plan requires new laws passed by Congress to create policies for meeting that overall goal. Now, that's going to require a democratic majority in the Senate most likely I talked with Scott Siegel. He's a partner with the law firm Bracewell, which represents a lot of energy clients including fossil fuel companies, and you can imagine that they have a lot at stake care. He thinks guidance climate plan is realistic. He says, it includes both regulations and incentives for people. In Industries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and I think when a plan has both and doesn't rely only on the carrot or the stick, it's a sign of maturity in approaching these issues. Siegel likes that it leaves room for some fossil fuels with carbon offsets and capture, and he points out that the electric power sector is already on its way to meeting that interim 2035 call some of those companies in utilities are setting net zero carbon goals all on their own. Yeah, and that's an important point. I talked to Karl Frisch who worked at the US Department of Energy under three administrations including trump's she's now at the Rocky Mountain Institute you know and I asked her if she thinks it could all be done by Biden alone if he gets elected. No. So to get where we need to go on climate in the United States to reduce emissions and build a sustainable economy, it takes action by the executive branch action by Congress. And action by state leaders, city leaders, business leaders on the ground, and she says, you know a lot of these actions are already happening at the local level. So a Biden administration would be smart to try to build on that existing momentum. So something we hear president trump attack Joe Biden on a lot is fracking fracking for natural gas. The president alleging that Joe Biden wants to ban it. Let's just clear this up Jeff Does Joe Biden WanNa. Ban fracking. No, he doesn't want to ban fracking. He has repeatedly said that he would not ban all fracking just new fracking on federal land and when trump says that it's aimed at voters and energy producing swing states like Pennsylvania, which actually has very little federal land but that's still a point of contention for for Biden, with mini climate activists who say the country should stop all fracking and keep all fossil fuels in the ground to slow climate change. So. What about the politics of climate change you know I mean we know what the facts are that it is happening that humans have contributed to it as well. But what about the politics of climate change because we know for Republicans it's an incredibly divisive issue where do Democrats stand on Biden's proposals? Well, polling indicates a majority of registered voters in the US view climate change as a real threat to the country, and when you look at Republicans climate change is actually a lot less divisive you get. But in terms of Democrats a recent poll by Pew found that more than two-thirds of Joe Biden supporters sit climate change is very important to them. So Biden's. Plan is not as ambitious as what some Progressive Democrats want to see it is not the green new deal despite what the president repeatedly says, but it is more ambitious than what Joe Biden had initially proposed. So for example, his plan now includes an environmental justice component which would aim to address the fact that people of color are disproportionately affected by pollution climate change and have been for a long time. His plan says he'd do that by investing in disadvantaged communities pulling polluters accountable I talked to Michelle Roberts with the Environmental Justice Health Alliance about this, and she has a long history with Biden because she's actually from Delaware, his home state and she says historically. Always overly supportive when it came to dealing with polluters like dupont over communities like hers he was a Filibuster for the political economy that was running the great state of Delaware. Does that make sense BA- Roberts says she's met with Biden since and she thinks his views have a she supports him but it's going to be important. She says if he's elected to hold them accountable all the things that he's promising to do now. NPR's nate wrought and NPR's Jeff. Brady, thank you for your reporting. Thank you. Thank
People are Flocking To These Weird JOBS!
"Fifteen throwback industries making a comeback this year. Why am I, sharing this with you? Well, for those of you that are thinking about that entrepreneurial venture that you've always kind kicked around your head, you don't have a whole lot of ideas maybe no winning idea yet for some of you who are looking for just a side Hustle to dip your toe in the water to see do I wanna work for myself or do I just want to make some extra money here are fifteen throwback industries making a comeback and this? Is. So. Heartwarming. This is from business insider I. Love this list. Nathan. This is so good. The first one drive in movies this has been great. Obviously cove is kind of forced this onto us, but the drive in movies are great. Especially if you're classic car guy like me and you got the convertible classic car and you got the awesome lady to watch the movie with that's fun puzzles about puzzles. Now, I personally have never been a big jigsaw puzzle guy mainly because I lose interest quickly but I've taken on many. Not, completed very many but that's fun and by the way great creative outlet for kids I laughed when I saw this one, Joe Roller Skating he you know I get some great memories from the eighties at Roller Skating rinks leave it at that but it was never good roller skater stationary now actually very much excites me. Andrea, Bell. Is the director of insights at a trend forecasting company commented on this for town and Country Magazine on the rebirth of the boom of stationary. Again, she said everyone is experiencing digital fatigue. So we are turning into tangible things. And this is very exciting to see handwritten notes. The stationary returning by the way stationary is is great not just because it's allowing you to to handwrite things which I'm just such a big believer in, but also the personal style that you can add to the personal note board games are back on a big board Game Maniac I love Board Games. The reason this is significant is because it involves community and. When we're playing board games we're looking at each other we're talking to each other were listening to each other we're laughing with each other we're competing with each other. Hopefully, we're not arguing with each other, but I will tell you many Coleman, when I was growing up with my brother he and I would compete to the death even over a board game. So there are many times while my dad had to say dudes. Chill out but great memories their role through the rest of these really quick bread baking Genn very labor intensive activity. But a lot of craftsmanship, their house plants, Arcade Games, bicycles, getting out, exercising, and feeling the fresh air inflatable pools. As a dad I have a love hate relationship with inflatable pools lots of love setting it up. Kids are excited about it, filling it up. Kids are excited. You get to watch him play the minute they're done with it. The hate comes out for the DADS right? Because then you got an empty, the stupid thing ruins, your lawn gotta dry that nasty money thing out and put it up. So there you go I get some therapy on that issue video games I I didn't understand how this made the list. I really didn't because in my world with three kids. Video Games didn't go way but I think more adult probably playing video games that I will tell you confess that I have one video game I love playing I did love playing madden, which is the football and the NBA live with my boys until they started to destroy me. At after I would get whipped every time Joe I decided I'm not interested in getting my teeth kicked in every time I play my boys. So I've gone to video game golf and so places a great and so I can zone out for about twenty five thirty minutes rarely does this happen? But every once in a while and the kids are all doing something dad likes to go up there and play eighteen holes of golf and it is very relaxing. I must say so all for that surfing. Vinyl records very exciting that vinyl records and trading cards. The last two of the fifteen things let me tell you why like that. Joe. You know this Madison. This is a word she doesn't even understand. I think Nathan gets his little mass. There's some ageism going on here. Poor Madison is that anything vintage? I'm in. I don't even have to have a personal interest in it but if you talk to me about vintage or show me something vintage, I'm very intrigued by and so the baseball trading cards. Football cards, all these sports cards coming coming back. And the vital records I've always. I've always loved the good vinyl record so. Joe, if, you're looking for that hard to get Chris President for me record player I think would be good.
Stevie Nicks wins the 'Dreams' Tik Tok challenge
"And Stevie Nicks has now joined. TIKTOK has done her own dreams challenge. She tweeted it out and said afternoon vibe lace them up putting on roller skates. The Song Hashtag Dreams Hashtag fleetwood MAC has cranberry dreams and that added Nathan Paddock a and she's just crushing it. She's got her tights her huge skirt her long hair out a piano and she's In the back, it's I. said it correctly you know she did. This so much.
"nathan" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Keeps coming up and I know you've done a lot of you know place did you did you know him where you close with him? Yes. I did him I did the national tour of the Broadway bound. And gene as I was the older brother. This was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven, yet nineteen, eighty-seven I I was broke. I needed to make some money. And I went to end and auditions and I got this job and I went on the on the road. So I didn't I audition for it but I didn't meet him. He was there but I didn't meet him. I didn't meet him until we opened the Amundsen in Los Angeles and he He was a knock on the door Anna Neil Simon so it. You know he was. Taller than I imagined with the worn rimmed glasses news Mary kind and complimentary, and and that was the beginning, and then we did this play. Laughter on the twenty third floor sure a play in which I have been asked to play one of the comedy writers, and then when we did a reading of it, they said just for the purposes of the reading, You read Sid Caesar role because you know eventually but want a guy who's like six four. Two. Hundred pounds, I confine. And then and then they decided that I should plant raw. Neil Diamond said to me what you what you lack in height you make up for in anger. On That was a bonding experience we went out I got to go out of town with Neil Simon play instead of watching him crafted and work it, and then he I remember Coming in and we were rehearsing and he was sitting in the audience. You Know Anna in a see and and he'll wrote on a yellow legal pad longhand and he's writing I said, well, I said, hi, what you're right I'm writing a speech for you actually and. You say we'll. We'll. Maybe we'll put it in a few days and I said, well, let me see I'll put it in tonight. And then so He loved this sort of. Enthusiasm. And go for broke. Yeah. Give it to me. We'll do it now. And so he would always come to me and said, he must have changed my entrance the scene of this character entering into the play. I don't know how many times he wrote it and would debate heats up free to try things and give them to. At the last minute. Ever regret being so gung Ho initially mad at all. I love that it was i. felt like I was in the writer's room. Show and. so He loved that kind of A. Enthusiasm men and you're a quick study that Nathan you're able to pick up things like that very rarely. Yes. I have I had I'm fortunate luckily. That continues yeah in older but yes, I have a facility. So yeah. We did that and then Well, you know eventually we did this revival of the odd couple right off. You know when when I was a kid I had What was called the fireside theater a play of the month club. And I play that I got. Was the odd couple. It's hard bound copy of the odd couple. Random House. You know in black and white photos of Arthur swelled photos of Walter Matthau and our Carney in the original cast and I remember I was very thrilling. You know to get this reading remember reading and I was like I don't know the sixth graders. Sticky and in a geography book and reading it. Yeah well. Eventually need done I done a candidate the Kennedy Center Honors He had been honored I had done. One of the one of the week it was me Christie Ramzi and Sin Cesar. Christine and I would do speeches from his plays and then Sid Caesar would talk in foreign. GIBBERISH. You know we killed killed. Every he would just start talking fake French or German or amazing, and then we will go back then I, did a speech from the odd couple and then eventually. Years later you this ladder and he said you know I want. I. Want to see you do the whole thing and. I've held onto the rights and I want you I want you to do it. And and so so then that's what sort of led to this. Ivory and Matthew was just the obvious your chemistry with him. So obviously natural and charming that was was he the obvious choice on? Yes. Yeah. Yeah and then you know it didn't hurt that we've done this little thing called the produce writes sure. What was a rather terrifying moment of? When we started because before we even went into rehearsal. It had sold twenty, one million dollars worth of tickets Oh. My God. Yes and I remember Matthew is like well, that's not good. He said. Well that's not good which is because people have heightened expectations. Expectations were hot. Yeah. Yes and are you playing? Are you alternating Oscar Felix eat talked about that? We talked about doing that, and then it was seems just hard enough to do the tar one price. So we didn't, we didn't wind up doing the UH. Hoffman and John C Reilly did true worse. Yeah. Yeah. Because the the two of you there doesn't seem to be a natural certainly physically it's not oh, naturally one of you is should play one they've gone you know we could of. Point we had a lunch and he said. He's all the jokes and I said I, wanted to do I said, why don't you I'll I'll play Felix Oscar Almond said now you know they'll have. The cartoon. Outside on the marquee never mind. Of Harm No. Luck. It was a thrill. It's such a classic American comedy and. I Love, you? All these legends that you've worked with we're talking about is there anyone you love you've yet to work with that? You would. Just publicly address. Publicly. Address appeal to them. Is there somebody that you're dying to work with that? You've yet to Nathan all? Yeah. Well, okay. You know like like Deniro. Yeah Deniro in Scorsese Yeah. Yeah. Sure. Who Lead the navy entertaining dreadful city of angels and they see me as this grizzled lapd detective. They might consider me for something..
"nathan" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Of the Matthew Broderick suggested Matt's you and he met with Mellon they talked and and and then that's It could make a year that's a solid year commitment right when you sign up for something like that. Yes. Absolutely and had you know known matthew before? Had you certainly not worked with him? But well, we had both provided voices in the Lion King Oh sure he the original lion sure. Isn't that crazy to say that now? And Manziel yet matthew was has he likes to say. Adult. Simba. And I? I was tomorrow in the Mir cads oath. We we I think we met you know at the press stuff. At the yeah. Well, yeah. Our the at the premiere or something I didn't really know him. Well, I have seen him I can remember running into him on streams. Doing Brighton Beach Memoirs Lee. Sort of very. Impressive debut in the Neil, Simon lay in a Tony for that and and I, stopped him on the street to say you know how great I thought he was. Very was very matthew. Broderick, very shy A. And then he ran away. Sorghum. How we really became Fred was doing that show together it was a bonding experience life. Dream sweet. Do Show. Fedex has been used to mail everything from urging contracts to three and a half year old panda named Bao. But when overnight shipping I came along. No one knew customers would really pay more for the service in for a while they didn't in fact at one point Fedex was in such dire straits founder Fred Smith went to Vegas to gamble the company's future at the blackjack table. WHOA that's crazy. Wondering show business wars goes deep inside the biggest corporate rivalries of all time. In their latest series they unblocks the shipping wars as upstart Fedex takes on the behemoth ups Listener Fedex versus ups on Business Wars on Apple podcasts spotify or the.
"nathan" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I imagine you know Martin Short that you guys together must be just incredibly entertaining How often do you see him? Are you close with him? Everyone wants to be closed About Ob. When I was in La, I was in la for seven months making a penny dreadful city of angels. So my husband and I had a wonderful dinner with him and and you know we talk on the phone from time to time but he's know he's also been very busy with he Steve Martin. Right? They've been touring literally touring up to the last minute before the shut said the in in Ireland England doing their their show which is. Hilarious. Is this your first season on penny dreadful? Yes. This is the first season. It's a new iteration under the any dreadful title the ones that Josh Hartnett had previously starred in that's and that's a whole new cast. Yourself included you can't wait to talk about it. Just to go back really quick. When you did then Nathan decide to pursue theater acting Did you move directly to New York was that was that the path that see most obvious I received a drama scholarship to. This place Saint Joseph's College in Philadelphia. I remember auditioning for it and getting this promise dollar should we had no money for college and so I was getting a government loan student loans in this scholarship and then I went. To the first day I, had my bags were put in the room and I went in and they told me that owed them more money. I was going to have to take out another loan to help hey, for college and I guess I found this very upsetting this is a long time ago and my brother Dan was with me and he could see how upset I wasn't. He said well, listen you know there's no law that says you have to go to college right now you could take some time off, get a job in work and make some money. So you're not concerned about all these student loans and I said okay. Let's go I bags, I, went home, and then someone some sinister family connection. Got Me a job as a bail interviewer at the seventh precinct in Jersey city bail interviewer. Bail interviewer in which I would do the paperwork with the court clerk and at see if the person being arrested could be released on their own recognizance. And I would have to fill out the paperwork. So people who are being arrested. One to me. Why would have to ask them if they owned any real estate? All my guy talking about character study and I did this for about a month and then I had previously worked for a little Non Equity Theater Company at the half Penny playhouse that was in residence at Uppsala. College. In East Orange New Jersey and they put together a little musical review. For. The upcoming bicentennial. About the history of New Jersey Cold Years Jr.. And and so that was sort of my first job out of ALMO- it's like waiting for government. It's a little like waiting. and. We toured all over the state doing a doing this little musical chand every day playing the children and. But Professional I mean, technically you're making money doing was making money and then and then eventually I got my equity card because they also put together a musical revue about the metric system. Applause they. There was some talk of perhaps America was going to go metric. Course. Never do that. We could net unless the show is ahead won't stay inside little learn the metric system. But nowadays time musical revue gold one for good measure and. That's how I got my actors Equity Card, and by then I had moved from Roth afraid to Manhattan I read when that happened there was a Joseph. Lane right. There was already a Joseph Louis. There was already a Joseph Lane and actors equity and they said you you're GONNA have to change your name and I said and they you. You can take some time just about him vice did know just give me a minute. I went and I sat on a bench in limb and I had done. At that point I done summer stock non-equity Stock I. Worked at a place called the What was it? The Mac Hayden Theater in Chatham upstate new. York Chatham New York and. They did musicals eight musicals in eight weeks in August. It's near the Red Barn is at the Red Barn. Maybe now I don't know whether it's still exists or what had. It's So I did I had worked there and I've done a lot of shows and and and I had also done a non-equity production of guys and dolls where I played Nathan Detroit and I think I was twenty one at the time. And So I, I had always loved this character of point and the name, and so I I said, okay I'll be native way. It's got a great ring to it. And then how thrilling Nathan was it to play that part on Broadway years later? Yeah unbelievable. Agreed come true that that happened is I I really I so love that show. I just think it's one of the greatest musical ever written. And it was Yeah. I. I Yeah. It's an amazing thing that happened who does call you Joseph or Joe I my brothers call Dan. Yeah Usually they'll say Nathan. It must be weird for them. You know there's like Oh tation mark surrounded when they ha-. Maybe. When they think you're being like too much of an actor diva your Nathan Nate. Yeah. But now they still call me Joe how quickly once you're in New York do things start happening and are you nervous I mean I know you have your equity card and all that and you've done summer stock you've you've been making money doing accurate I imagine you you know not that quickly. I can remember of starving sharing an apartment with a woman I worked with in summer stock. You know sleeping in the living room and and. You know I can remember coming home. They would have like a market of fruit market you know A. And like stealing a A great group. I was hungry. A BLUEBERRY What? Just to. Ask I. Had done. You know I was doing on jobs like. Telegrams and. All you did singing telegram selling things by phone in Oh TV guide. Little. It was a thing called a bowl worker. The ISOMETRIC. Say you've Uniprix your your chest your Maytham is naming i. have to tell everyone this this move. Now I'm doing it so about it was a plastic thing you. Sell that I? Imagine you'd be good at. Phone. I had to use a Harris surveys. So I I I did things a little off Broadway. But A it. took a long time and what happened was At a certain point done a little off off Broadway review and I worked with.
"nathan" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Life short I'm your host Justin Long sorry about Downer note. Injury Sweetheart. But really uplifting because he gave us so much. and. Here's someone else who gives me a lot. Probably, some of you Christian Long Rather. I had to do a little bit of acrobatics to for that pivot. Impressive. Very impressive. It is strange though to miss someone that you've never met I've never met him and I feel like I. Miss Him. Well, I how important he was may I know my life growing up to to my? He entertained me so much that I miss I feel like, know why miss him the way you do and I knew him so briefly and not not well enough to miss him in that way but. This is very bragging but I I ran into his daughter. Months maybe a year after his death and just elda Zelda. Yeah. Very cool. So she she said that he had said Nice things about me really flattered. Me Yeah. I just love to his like you. I miss him. I loved him. I. Love was just brilliant. It's it's a very difficult thing. I think to be able to accomplish to vote that in strangers that I'd miss them and I'm really morning. Person You've never interacted with is like this I mean now. I know I, I never met Chadwick and I've I only heard the best things but nice things about him but I miss him as well. I'll miss him and you think about the the work of his that that the our world will miss will be deprived of it's. It's such A. It's impressive not in both cases that they left this legacy this Would a great gift they gave the world the and Robert. Cat. I can't wait to read that Book David Scuff wrote a book about Robin Williams that I is next up from me. I'm really looking forward to reading it because you'RE GONNA die in two, thousand, twenty, two. Post. It'll be impose pandemic read But Anyway, why are we talking about this a little bit of a Downer, but it shouldn't be a downer. Uplifting they're they're both. We were lucky to have them and they're both just really beautiful artists and and icons. Christian we're talking about how a friend of ours. Over uses that word a lot of people over that word that's become a it's like the new literally Oh. Yeah. So they'll be like, oh, so he basically said all of my. Other people. Follow me on. INSTAGRAM ICONS and. But and it's not true. Doesn't follow him There are I, cons, but you have to reserve that are point was that you have to reserve that word or else it loses its meaning that word has now been hijacked by popular culture, and now it's been diluted to the point where you can't describe share Nikon anymore because then people would be like, Oh, my all my friends Nikon to. My my friends share have a lot in common by the way that was an iconic thing to say how. So it was just well said, it was a decent. elegantly stated. I, am I know I Know but like. I think part of being an icon You obviously, you have to be significant. We're not the arbiters of who who isn't an icon, but I do know this. I know that all of our friend Keith's friends aren't icon right and here's another thing I know our guest today is an icon it's it's difficult argue against that. And and as well as a CO star. Of Robin Williams in one of his most iconic roles in the birdcage. Our guest today is icon Nathan Lane. is known for well the BIRDCAGE, but mouse hunts you lead with mousehunt. Really. Great movie. I would say he's most known for the producers introduce guys and dolls. Yeah. I'm hung up on some of these. Listening to the the Lion King of course, Yvo he voices the mirror cat named named. Don't I know it I know it I know it. I can hear him saying. Mon Mon.. Said Timon. Timon. Tim Known to Moan should ask him. Shit. Yes, he's a famous mirror cat. The most famous I would say and he he graced us with his presence today was cold I had met him once only briefly years ago at a reading of a play called the Nance which he did on Broadway and I did not do I don't remember why but. It was just such a fan of his and recast by. Nikon. Maybe. Maybe. Ben Platt took over our guest. Today is is I would say he's both a Sir and dame I would I think he qualifies. That's fair. Because we live in a time where genders fluid and his I would say most iconic one of his most iconic roles was when you call that character and the birdcage. He played drag Queen Drag Queen on the second of course you can say drag okay. Yes. We play Dragway Queen Yes Queen and. And we are Frankie's we should say I want to. Tell you what? He would drag queen of that movie and he I think it may be in the top five or ten most brilliant comedic performances. I've ever seen in a movie. It's it's amazing. Yeah. As much as we love Robin Williams as Brealey, like once Robin Williams let's face it. It's a once in a lifetime entertainer he is a Charlie Chaplin our time and. So it's so in order to steal any sort of the spotlight from Robin Williams, you know it's gotta be. That's a high bar. That is that is that is a big ask for performer and he's the funniest part of that movie. Is really funny and there's legends and that movie Nichols directed at Gene Hackman Diane. It's like Elaine may wrote it. It is. It's just such a masterfully done comedy and he he's the he's the. He's the reason these the funniest property so Back to twenty, twenty for a second Nathan is in penny-dreadful city of angels. Now on showtime where he plays a hardened la detective, this is very difficult to imagine, but he's so versatile as an actor that I'm sure he pulls that off. Yeah. I can see that especially having talked to him if I hadn't. You. Guys think about his prospects for playing a hardened detective in nineteen thirties. Twenty sounds cool. Anyway here this hopefully sounds cool as well to this interview with an interview. Does that sound like I'm giving it more critter view? It's an interview with the iconic. Lane. Dream sweetheart to. Do..
"nathan" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Even tried to convince the jury that the only reason her DNA was found on objects in the garden shed was because they were once in her house. She described herself as unlucky and in the wrong place at the wrong time. The prosecution said Shawna's assertion of innocence was ridiculous and the people of Bristol agreed. On November eleventh two, thousand, Fifteen, the jury deliberated for just three and a half hours before reaching a verdict. They found both Nathan and Oth- guilty of all charges. The judge ruled that the murder was a sexually motivated plot organized by both parties with Shauna pandering to Nathan's fantasies and following his lead. On November Thirteenth Two Thousand Fifteen twenty nine year old Nathan. Matthews was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum sentence of thirty three years. Twenty two year old Shawna though cleared of murder charges was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to a minimum of seventeen years..
"nathan" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"So for us it was, you know we had a lot of early adopters, very positive feedback and stuff, but it was something that was a little bit of a moving target early on. I would say now the last few years. Quite refined, we haven't done a whole lot of change in just. Little things to try to improve things for customers. Anyway. So yeah, that's some of the history and. Well Nathan was doing that stuff. I was kind of. Scouring around at. Different. PLACES TRYING TO FI- impacts. and I was leaning towards. A couple of external frame packs as my best option with some sort of bag strapped onto right I did some modifications of packs. Of changed out framing and some of the common packs and will Nathan was doing more consistent walking with load I was. Thrown on heavy packs as well and walking around the neighborhood and my spare time And we were. Coming to the conclusion coming to very similar conclusions of what worked for us in a lot of that stuff. Even even early on of the concepts are still things that maybe we talk about. A bit like when Nathan was talks about in the video of load distribution. In a few years ago I took our panel loader pack. To, start looking loads everywhere and doing hikes and seeing what? I thought about. Adding, seventy five pilots here versus seventy five pounds here. But we've also done things where we've offloaded unlike front weights and stuff as well. and the effects of center of gravity at like if you can twenty pounds on the front of your body, it's kind of like taking twenty pounds off the back is your center gravity. So say you one hundred pounds you have kind of a lean forward. That makes it harder on your hips. It's GonNa Tyrod your hips, GonNa Tyrod your muscles. Because you're not used to walk in that way. But if you put twenty pounds and front it helps even at out in you end up with a carriage that is more like if you had sixty pounds, which is far easier on your body, even though you still have a hundred pounds differently an image humane. When you'd say twenty pounds in front you're saying hanging. For most people listening may appear really big binoculars in or something off kind of. The front shoulder straps a harness on your chest. Little almost like little meet bags or something that you can put tenderloins and back strap and we that was actually an idea that we. Ought about for a while. because I do think it would help with your distribution. Would I mean I did a pack out. On a day that it snowed sixteen inches. And I was in I was the full sixteen inches. So we really was like a blizzard and tried to get the animal out. Before it was buried in the snow ride and one before the area would be no longer accessible even..
"nathan" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"Boss Bug. found. And of course, tucks tight. I can't do it anymore I can't. Talk so tight me lost his parasite. nyack with the ran a four. Thought it was good. Because he clearly stolen from me. I've got my three triplets here, but exciting news. We're also joined by one more. We've got Nathan. Here. Hi Nathan and My character yet so I. Don't have time for him. You. This is how we show hospitality to our guest. We do not make them do a rhyme if they don't want to. Can you give us a sneak peek? Has Your character in that butterfinger bb I'm sure. No. No, I'm sure I'm sure that will be an issue. Can I call? All on Nathan. Any character. I. Learned to stab the NBC's of any of them's guests smart. Good Way to go into a wedding. The bride's family is very happy to great. Before we even get to the wedding I. Think we might need to do a quick recap. Are you ready? Fantastic, here we go. So when last remit you three had just defeated Millar God of time and tides, and then given a golden egg, and a new mission by a mysterious entity known as the Hidden God Aka, the Little Crystal Friends. After emerging from a crystal induced trance. You were accosted by Mercurio delury..
"nathan" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Order companies that are not as lean. Like. Stuck in their ways me will probably still insist on certain jobs being onsite. By, Jesse some of the time right, and that's the thing I was thinking. I was thinking yet most of the truth yellow. Now and again even no matter what happens next right? Yep, so I think all. This is back to to -nology transformation so. As more companies see the value in the cloud go to the cloud I do see more cyber jobs being remote, but the hardest rocked move is course. The players in the. CYBERSECURITY leaders, these companies convincing them to change how work is done. dowse hardest rock to move. Inches that you say that because. They the Vati people that you see will be the most progressive, but obviously. Not always the -cation. Know say maybe some of the bigger companies, maybe smaller ones or SME's. We call them in the UK. Yes, the same thing in the states but. Maybe not with the same resources in the saint insight into what's happening in the shaggy. And you're absolutely great because. I can see. Companies with legacy application that cannot move the clouds governments. People know. The government is very slow to adopt new technology So they'll. They'll probably do the greatest. High Sade outliers. Slow that down. Who is still insist on being in the office? But A. Startups and Comey's are more leaner and quicker to adopt a new technology the way. Do you think they'll lead the way with? You know diversity as well. That's a mixed bag. Because right now all with pandemic, there are a lot of job losses. Whole industries are being. Disrupted and lock. With big name that are going out of business and traditionally when? Economic Times are not as good women do bear the brunt of the lay offs and job losses unfortunate, but there's also a possibility to put the competitions in that sense, because women traditionally if they're not impeded in a traditional on premise workplace, it is possible to thrive if they can work online more. That's the thing that I'm. I sorta sold. And I wondered and I hope that that'd be the case that it's kind of in some ways this remote way in Nathan. It's kind of a great leveler. Yes hopefully UST. Essahafa Tunis's so geographically as well as other reasons. You might see that come through some of the in in. Waste and stuff I. Don't if that's the best way to say. Because I would say women cybersecurity I recall it, but maybe. Maybe say. Maybe, you'll see that consumed some of the conversations. Maybe some of the feedback. He'll get move ecstasy monsell sort of like. You know if that's the case. I mean they the kind of conversations that you have in. Society. I think. The hard part though is also change changes, all always very hyper people. Companies a national governance resemble even in the UK. When there was a big buyer in London that destroyed a lot of. Most of the city back in the old days. Centuries ago I think people would say. Let's use new technology and build better, but. In a game in the end now we just just knowing what's. But that's it's so cheap. That would change though I mean that's the thing with changes and and I wonder you know if I people say to me that the situation that the world in now I am not just the pandemic was sort of some of the politics that are coming off. You know in the UK immediately before that we obsessed with Brac says and what the jazz just brexit. We're going to be and then in the states we've had you know. Obviously you've got the elections coming up. Yes, fall and and very controversial president. Empower. We've got the the black lives. Matter Movement the METOO movements. Sometimes, you look at these things than how painful some of these changes are. She feel like that. How would you feel about all of this? It's such a turbulent time, jess, it is. Optimistic face. Look at all of these. I think I do see. Yet a lot of a similarity. Larry's thoroughly light. That's my point. Where is race on the road? Warriors yesterday changed stopped ringing and. Yes way through a global. Global? Event in our history. which about you I would never forget? But when we should, we should also error that. Clients History we have always stepped up. We have always moved on and became better for it. The black plague. Disagreed with the black pay, plague and a swine flu, and all these other viruses. We will. We will become overcome it. And you'll all be better for it and when all this will be just another patient history book. But. We're living at Nathan I mean that's the thing. I feel like every day when you online. You think this is historic. It's a historic day for this reason. Authors! Of. Example many months ago with the IT uncertainty of my friends even were leading the UK because they feel that. With all the chaos, the restricted, but now now that there's new leadership there and things are slowly moving forward. There's opportunities. To. Pretty UK took the lead again. Hopefully. It strange because of all the things to happen in the middle of this brexit transition. Complexity to old, but yeah. I mean it's an what you said earlier, just your earlier point about. You know government being slow to adopt change I mean need. We thought this. Technology sort of. Trying to address some of the problems in the track and trace. Yup Up in the UK is being very controversial. G See that's what from your point of unit America is the the Saint Controversy, but those type of APPS I didn't read it. You guys all with all of that made. Yes it. Is Pretty much the same. Contact on security attack on trade contact tracing where. where I strongly were see that LOB garments and Pie Force that upon us to track where we go, we see we contact. She reminded compulsory. Is that what you mean? That's that's is a genuine. Fear is similar to after the nine eleven attacks, and all these barristers tax where security will trump. Will Override Privacy, NC and overall people's rights. Were GonNA. Say we have to do this for the sake of security and..
"nathan" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"I am so delighted to welcome Nathan Chung to the show. Hi, Nathan, Hi Jenny, your ear and. Having to me you. Know, I'm so happy to be on a have to say. It's been a while since I wants to get you on the show and managed to to I noticed very early in the morning. If you so thank you so much for. Taking the time to speak to me. Wants say Nathan has a little bit about you. Correa and then some of the things that you're passionate about, and that may be a little bit about. Some of the things that am that are happening at the moment now there may be fattened the industry. If that's okay, sure. Yup, go ahead. Okay, if it festival for those who don't know you, which must be under rock. Do you want to just introduce yourself? Just say what it is she day instead of how people might Nagy assured the problem, so I am currently A. I specialized in cloud security at for Ernst and young the big four. I'm currently Arkansas sent doing lot of audits and its authority architecture to make clouds more secure. And I I work with AWS Azure I am very passionate about helping women cybersecurity. Giving back to the community through volunteer and also. I care about new technologies. You've written some brilliant obstacles unless and I'm GonNa get into these things. Shortly I'm particularly about you. Support for women and awards and things of being an ally, but let's start earlier on. Could you talk to me about? Somebody went joy. Technology is kids that you always like Compi uses. Did! You know that you get a career? And they did it start. You could say. The. The Nasdaq so. I got into genealogy early on and I work my way up through the career track starting off his condition of administrator manager into security, though I had a very full career learning from the bottom up. I'm very excited about technology because. I've seen a transition ever. Since. Ima Stas, days and Commodore people are nap, not only to Windows, and now we out the newer technologies. Of Virtual reality is. Cloud securities like. So many new technologies are al and it's changing our world. I do see that the covid nineteen. Dislike during times of. Road warriors it. It is very much accelerating to knowledge and technology adoption. Because she said that I mean I was just reading some of the articles that you take that it's. The cove. The pandemics opportunities to bring forth the technology renaissance. Really I mean you such an optimistic person. Antibody follows you. And you make me off to miss it. You know there's Times I've put something out to eat. Or does it and it really kind of makes my day so amid I? Know you're an optimistic person and support this, but she really think. I am the pandemic skin you know inspired actually Civis, bring technology. Perhaps that wasn't accelerating so quickly. Do bring it to the fore. Now be adopted that that is that the type of thing you mean, yes, because just like during the road warriors. Yes, we're going three change in rural which. Bringing people are dying by the time to -nology is advancing because it has to. Resemble now we have like. Drills that delivering food medicine and be out. Even A. Cloud Ski, I strongly believe that cloud companies will adopt cloud faster now because we can't fiscally Goto, easily go to a data center anymore right now. Shoppers Like it or not, I rural is change all we can do is. Accept it and just just go with the blow. You spoken about this. Announce goes to sell. You said that like Fukushima in Japan. The they that kind of force. Actually you want just talk about that example that you gave the. Put a link to the article in the show notes, but. A little bit about that because that's a similar type of thing it's. Trades House of problem right? Yes, and I'll forget my. Article was also published in this mackney called Amick, I guess in the Europe somewhere. Okay? The I think a European publication. Okay, we'll take out a link. Gay sold again Cosima that. That's a good example right there. where an earthquake caused massive damage nuclear power plant. So when there's so much radiation, humans cannot safely go in there to help find a problem. sel Is using robots and robots really have helped by going to where people cannot go safely and. Going to small. Small places and that that is a complete example how robotics is is really changing how things are done. The old days would just like if you look at the Chernobyl. He tried relies. Wasn't that. The back so the to do it. The old school way of just sitting people in reactive active suits, but now yep today Italian you that so much that he can use robots and robots is. The Future Dowell Change. Not just. were safety, but also word knife bash rained automation. Yeah, you can tell us a bit about because you work with him. Spark mindset date. And they kind of about using technology for you. WanNa tell us a little bit about what you do, and what they China because they sort of fit this theme of of using technology creatively. Yes, isn't he? So spare mindset is based in Colorado. It's a nonprofit and they. Go. They invited me to join the board. Their mission is to use new technologies virtual reality. To help, train underprivileged workers, who cannot get normal cybersecurity education, so they're learning things like security plus. Base cybersecurity and these are underprivileged kids who? May, not have the opportunity to regular university amazing. So what happens day? Saint many virtual reality to lay in it, they. How is that different from just being online? It's very similar being online, but you're in a virtual world, so instead of. Learning the old school method of being in a classroom and having instructor, you could have the instructor teaching you in virtual world, and using like resembled three dimensional objects, or Luxembourg terminates is learning differently. Yeah, I mean. I guess as well the more exciting and the more kind of and. Cola can make you know the most sort of tie. You can make it the more. The kids will get an enjoy. Yes, the lion is the key is. Because, you're so you so such in Africa for bringing people into the business. The one thing that I would say that makes me wonder about this is. So you advocate technology I need to Hobo and US crazy and I say to Mr Person, but you erase Oscar. Encouraging people into the information security industry and I love the article Nathan I did. Partly because see one of the things is that. You saying that you know you don't always go to the big hockey conferences that you don't have to be a hacker. Gret. That's one of the one of the biggest misconceptions in Cyprus cookie globally today where people think. cybersecurity equals only hacking. Whereas it can reach in multiple multiple in number of areas. When the biggest trends now is the privacy like the GDP are Europe and the new. Privacy legislation in California so that's a good intricate for a lot of people were not tentacle like A. About the legal profession who already know many laws and legislation they would be ideal candidates translators straight to hide the. Yeah. I mean you said that you see? Lawyers and teaches unjust. And analysts. said in the article that just lots of different ways to get into the business for you also talking about in the same article, you said you know you gotta go with jobs on. This is such products. Spies is like there are states that have big am socks, though there's a states that a more privacy focus scholley now the chew. It's of slightly different advice. Nick because the people still do you think physically have to go with those jobs all? Do you think that the way can online adoption maybe as much as it, so the vice doesn even masters much anymore. You know the you don't actually physically after. Go You rob a good point Jenny. With pandemic. It will change how work is done in the cyber security field however..
"nathan" Discussed on How I Built It
"One of the things that I a conversation have on a pretty regular basis with folks who are trying to sort out cash at this place in my business and I just can't seem to move forward. I've got all these obstacles and one of the first decisions you have to make is okay. Is this a hobby or is this a Business Nathan? Ingram is a fantastic freelancer educator. And coach I met him doing I themes webinars and he always manages to ask the right questions and tee up just the right talking points. I'm to talk to him today about how to manage client relationships. Last week we heard from Erin Flynn about her process or working less and she mentioned the importance of finding the right clients. Nathan is going to dive deeper into that this week. We'll talk about his book on this very topic and then we'll talk about a new project. Recently launched to help freelancers manage those relationships. So let's jump into it before we get started. I want to tell you about my online membership and community creator courses so I know that when you want to learn something new the natural thing he probably do is go to Google or youtube. I do the same thing. And that's really great for one off projects. I used a youtube video to learn how to change a light switch in my house but I am not a big fan of youtube for learning new skills right because there are lots of videos on every topic but which one is best in. Who Do you trust? What order do you even watch the videos in? Will you get the support you need? These are all things that youtube or other potentially Brie videos can't do for you so I started creed or courses a few years ago. With the idea of just putting online courses out there and I decided to morph it into a membership last year so Stop Wasting your time hunting and pecking for the right learning resources and tools over a computer courses. You can become a member and take all of the courses that we have to offer Included in that membership in those courses focus on everything from just basic wordpress up to learning how to build websites without code something. You don't necessarily need to view In this day in age and all of the courses are developed by me. And if you listened regularly you know that I've been a developer for decades at this point and I have lots of experience building websites. I'm a teacher are afraid. Of course it's been linked to learning and things like that so On top of the courses were also a community and members get access to forums and slack and office hours with me and so. I just wanted to let you know about that and encourage you to join if you haven't already listeners of the show exclusively listeners of the show you can save fifteen percent on all memberships including the lifetime membership. All you have to do is visit creator courses dot com slash built. That's greater courses dot com slash. Bu I L D thanks so much. Now let's get on with the show. Hey everybody and welcome to another episode of how I built it the podcast. How did you build that today? My guest is my good friend. Nathan Ingram. He is a growth coach or wordpress business owners. Nathan how are you today man? I'm great thanks for having me on. Thanks for coming on. I always enjoyed talking to you We've interacted multiple times through I themes webinars and at various camps. And today we're going to be talking in general about Clients and client relationships This season has focused a lot on how freelancers and small business owners can grow and their You know people think that I need to charge more or I need more clients but I think what will probably learn today. I don't WanNa leave this conversation too much already. But I've read your book. Is that instead of more clients. You want kind of good quality clients. Is that right absolutely? So quantities always great. But it's much better to have the right kind of client and it's so important. I'M A. I'm a big advocate for freelancing owning your own business you want to position that whatever word you like. Solo per newer my own agency. People describe it different ways but the point being doing work with clients owning your own business owning your own time controlling your life building the life you want using your skills and you know. I've had hundreds of coaching conversations with people around the world over the last several years. And what I've learned is that most freelancers Solo preneurs are one more bad client away from throwing in the towel and that that's really a shame because most of the problems that people encounter can be handled by having great systems and processes in place to keep those clients Fenced in yeah absolutely and I. I agree wholeheartedly lawyer one bad client away from throwing the towel right you have. I've seen people just complain about every client. They have and I really wonder if they they like what they do. Or if they just like complaining but I've made it I you know I've been doing freelance work in some capacity for like half of my life now so I started in high school and I've made it a habit to say no to the people who seem like like nightmares. And you will definitely touch on that because you have a book called dealing with problems finance but why don't we start off? You mentioned that you've done. A Bunch of coaching calls. Tell the listeners. A little bit about who you are and what you do. Yeah sure so. We're a number of different hats at the core of what I do. I I've been building websites for clients since nineteen ninety-five. I've been at this a long time. And really since the very beginnings of the web and in that time I've dealt with fantastic clients I've dealt with awful clients and today even a out. Half of my time is spent Doing client work either building sites managing sites and all of those things. I enjoy it. I've got you know I keep the clients at how want And you know have a good recurring revenue stream. That's been built over the years in my business. Managing wordpress sites But out of that work. I'm Kinda naturally wired to be a teacher and I'm going to be helping people to the day. I die and so really without a whole lot of intention I have stumbled into a teaching role just kind of taking all the things that I've learned over the years both technical and in Business Development Topics and helping people both online webinars in courses as speaking live doing coaching calls one on one and in groups and then speaking at work camp events around the world. Yeah that's fantastic so I I like what you said about. Naturally you're naturally wire to be a teacher. Something that I had a hard time with. Especially in the beginning was I wanted to help people. People needed a website. I viewed it most especially in highschool mostly as a hobby I didn't think I could possibly charge for my hobby and I was Susceptible to doing free or cheap work. Because I wanted to help people. Is that a trap that you fell into. Or if you if you haven't how did you? How do you reconcile that sort of thing? How man absolutely so? That's that's something. I think. A lot of folks struggle with and One of the things that I a conversation. I have on a regular basis with folks. We're trying to sort out. Gosh I'm at this place in my business and I just can't seem to move forward. I've got all these obstacles and one of the first decisions you have to make is okay. Is this a hobby or is this a business because if it's a hobby you can pretty much do what you WanNa do and not worry about making a lot of money but if this is what you are depending on to put food on the table and pay your bills then you gotta get serious and put some great structures in place in your business. Especially if you're a person who is a nice person like you Harjo and you enjoy helping people if you don't have great fences systems and processes in your business to protect you from the friendly monsters which clients can become You're going to end up burning yourself out because you're going to try to help people and you you are if you're not protected from your own Helpful nature buy good systems and processes people will take advantage of you. Suck the life out of you. Yeah I think that's a great point and and it's like you said they're friendly monsters. People aren't necessarily doing this on purpose. Some totally are absolutely those are maybe the easier ones to screen it. Sure they're being totally obvious Actually in as we record this I have prepped. Another episode the advice episode which I will link to In the show notes for this episode which you can find over at how I built dot. It's where I talk about a story of how I had a client who would I didn't? I didn't charge communication. I thought I should only charge.
"nathan" Discussed on Masters in Business
"Seven hundred and forty three billion dollars in Fixed Income Assets Nathan has a unique background he served in the Treasury Department when he was with the Federal Reserve for <hes> eighteen or so years he worked at city and then prudential and now he's been at pge him for a while he is uniquely situated to comments about <unk> out and analyse and discuss monetary policy state of the economy how best to analyze employment inflation what it means for interest rates what that means for fixed income investments <hes> it really is a fascinating conversation filled with wonky goodness so if you are remotely interested in any of those things and you know I'm interested in all of those things you will find this to be an utterly fascinating naming discussion so with no further Ado Mike Conversation with P._G._N.. Fixed incomes Nathan sheets. This is masters in business with Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg radio. My I special guests. This week is Nathan sheets. He is the chief economist and Head of Global Macroeconomic Research at pge him fixed income which manages seven hundred forty three billion dollars in assets previously he was the under secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs prior to that he worked at U._S.. Treasury Department as well as the Federal Reserve where he served as director of the division of International Finance previously he was at Citi Group..
"nathan" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"When they then woke up in the ER he was pissed. That's how I came out to my parents, actually. Woke up from being out for my attempt and. My parents like, why'd you do it? Because I didn't leave any good notes and they're like, why do why do choose to go? I was like, and I literally out them. I'm like, I'm fucking gay, but I know you don't wanna gay son. I know you want to deal with this, so just get the fuck out of my room because I don't want even be alive anymore. So why am I here? Why are you here? Just get the fuck out. And then I just kept you'll into get the fuck out and then they all finally got the fuck out. Nathan's parents did get the fuck out of his room and Nathan was transferred to the psych ward. He was angry. He was alive. He was angered that he was alive and now suddenly he was an out gay, Mormon, man, and the whole time I was in the unit and everything. I chose to not talk to God at all. I was just like, no, you know what. I'm gonna keep to myself. You keep to you. We'll figure this out at a later time. Just not right now. So I didn't pray. I didn't read the book of Mormon or the bible. I didn't do anything religious. I just did Nathan Nathan's parents came in for therapy and they started the long process of connecting and understanding each other. It was easier for Nathan's mom. Her brother is gay. She grew up in San Diego around a large gay community, but Neath ans dad took longer Nathan and his dad would talk, but not about his sexuality for weeks and Nathan is irritated. There's this big elephant in the room and he wants to call it out and gets the chance one day during one of his therapy sessions with his dad when the therapist calls Nathan out and she's just like Nathan warrior arms folded wireless cross. Why are you blocking all of us out right now? But I was like, oh, you know, I'm just like irks right now and she's like, why are you earn. Act. And I was like, because I am gay. My dad knows I'm gay now and we're not talking about this. And then I just like do like a very like dramatic head turn to look at him. And he's just like sitting there like dough. I'd like what the. He may have been sitting there like a doa goofs, but Neath ans to head head still come to therapy to see his son. Because want Nathan had assumed they didn't want a gay son that would be easier for his parents if he were dead Nathan's dad, even if he doesn't know what to say is proving Nathan wrong. He's proving to Nathan that they do want him. They want their son Nathan's dad wants him more than he wants the comfortable life. He thought their family had before because he grew up in this really tiny town in Utah, cold Roosevelt, Utah, and it's an oil Leinen cattle town. Either you own oil or you own a cattle ranch. And my dad's family did both and he just grew up very conservative didn't know really anything. I don't even to this day, he doesn't know what gay, sexes, but the way think about this with parents thought like when their child comes out anything in the GP t plus community, it's kind of like they have to go through a morning of the child..
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"He's doing all of this because it's the only way he can see a space for him in his family and in his fate, which is like saying, it's the only way you can see a spot for himself in this life and in the afterlife, and he's doing it because he's kind of seen it work in a way. At least he's at least seen boys that he knew gay grow up and marry women and have a family something worked for them. Right. So why didn't it work for him again. To use the professional terminology because it's bowl crap, but Nathan had been hoping that it wasn't. Nathan, like most people who are religious head always prayed. It's what he learned to do when he was little. But his prayers were different now. It isn't conversations. It's me screaming at him to take this away from me. Literally, I just like screamed through the tears notice like please just. It always hard to like in the morning church usually like teacher way to pray as a kid. And so it starts with your heavenly father, and then it ends with in the name of Jesus Christ, man. So I always started it with like dearly father, and then I just was like, I'm doing my best. I am trying everything I k on. I'm going to end of the earth, Tim, make you happy. Just please answer this one prayer and take this away for me. Don't let me be gate anymore. Please. And that was basically but screaming. And then I always ended up with that when Jesus Christ Daymond. Nathan's family doesn't know about the conversion therapy. They don't know any of this. They think they're Nathan is just fine. They don't know that he's run out of hope. They don't know that he's picked data die. August twenty. Fifth, just after his twenty first birthday..
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"Admit, I have a very flamboyant voice, but he did too, and I was just like, oh, so we like I just start with my spiel on. I was like, oh, would you like to hear about the the book, Mormon in a message from Jesus Christ today? And he's like, oh, I don't know if it's for me, I'm gay and usually like Christ and I don't get along. You know, I was like, I respect that. But like I do believe that like God and Chrysler, everyone would you like to just hear message? Because like as a missionary in the Mormon church, you also like kind of have to hit a quota, like of how many people you spoke to a day. And if you get like a new person to teach, and so we were like super close to the quotas. So that's more. But I was thinking about he was washing his car, and I just shared a simple scripture. I believe it was John three sixteen. John three sixteen is the thing that people hold up at sports games. I have no idea why, but I can tell you what John three sixteen says, are you ready? God? So loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that who so ever believe it in him should not perish but have ever lasting life. But I read that to him and he's like, oh, thank you. I'd love you guys to come back sometime and then I'm walking away with my companion, feeling confident myself. And I was like, yeah, we just got another person. Am I compounds like, oh, he's not worth our time to even like continue because he's gay and either he's gonna fall in love with one of us and he's not going to be full because like if he's living that life, so he can't be an active member of our church. And in my mind, like. It was like an earthquake because I was just like, oh, well, you just stated what you feel about me then, and you just did that whole judgmental stuff. And so I tried to combat it and I was just like, actually, like if he wanted to like maybe there's a way you know, maybe maybe God does love him still and fully and maybe there is a place for him in the church and he's just like elder. It's a waste of our time. Nathan felt like what he always feared was true that there would be no place for him in his community if he were openly gay. But when he thinks about that guy how he was like, oh, Mormonism, thanks, but no, thanks. Nathan doesn't just feel sad and scared for himself. He also feels jealous. I was really jealous that he decided to like live his life and just be himself and not giving a flying fuck about what someone else. He didn't care probably if he ever heard my companion what he said. He would just be happy and proud. And for me, I was like. Resonated with me because I got what he was saying. Because for me, I was out here. I was teaching people. I, I thought the church was a good church and I believed in it. But I knew that I was different and I knew that the church when it except me if they knew who Nathan was. It was literally like I was twenty four, seven in a play. That acting gets exhausting and lonely. The kind of lonely. You can really only feel when you're spending all your time with people who have no idea who you really are. Nathan is with his companion all the time, but he's also alone. And the two of them have a cell phone, but it is strictly to us to talk with people who want to meet up for some Mormon teachings or in case of emergency..
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"Just in case they're ever alone and could possibly masturbate. So we wake up at six AM. We do exercise for thirty minutes shower, get dressed, eat breakfast within thirty minutes. And then at seven AM we have scripture study individual and then from like seven to eight and then eight to eight thirty. We have come study. So we read a scripture together or like we talk about a topic of religious being, and then we go out and you just have to trust light until a lunch. And then after lunch, you go back out across light. So you just knock on doors. And then after that you go for dinner and then after that you have to prosper. Again until nine pm. And then lights out by nine thirty and that's Monday through Sunday. In other words, that's seven days a week I checked on the calender doesn't even a day off. So Monday through Sunday. They were out talking to people about God, which is not my personal idea fun, but so this is how Nathan do it, used a voice that he now calls his straight guy voice. Okay. Okay. Hi, Dora. My name is elder Winterton and I'm from the church, Jesus Christ, latter-day saints. And would you like to hear a message of God today? Nathan's efforts had mixed results. I'm not going to blame the voice. Okay. It's just that not everyone out there is a Mormon and not. Everyone wants to talk to a stranger about God. I went out there and there are people that were atheist, thera-, Presbyterians Baptists. There was pentecostals. There is Jehovah witnesses. There was everything the sun, and I didn't even know about them. And honesty. I knew about Baptists for like movies Biden about any of the other religions. And I didn't even fathom that someone could be an atheist. I was just like, oh, Jesus take this wheel because your boys birdie oh gosh. I just think of little baby. Nathan, having his mind, blown going door to door meeting all kinds of people. There's one interaction that he had that really stuck with him. We come upon this gay man, and I didn't know he was getting I. But as soon as he talked, I knew which is bad to say because not all Gaiman have a gay voice. I..
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"And it just really scared me that I would have that on my plate plus a guy because I thought I was already doing what God didn't want me to do, and then to do that and plus move up in his church, like I was scared of my religion more than my love. So moving up in the church without a secret boyfriend, teenage, Nathan tried to not be gay. I started talking to this girl. I met on a Facebook chat group and choose my same age and we connected because both of our moms will her mom just passed. But my mom was just really sick and we're like, oh, sick, moms. We connect with like terminal illnesses. Yay. And then we started chatting and I was like, this girl's perfect. She'd be the perfect beard and she lives out of state. So no physical contact. So I told my friends at high school felt like I had a girlfriend. I showed pictures of her. But of course, the long distance girlfriend doesn't make him straight. I didn't know how. I thought I could just push it away and pretend like it wasn't there unlike covered up. And so I put on the facade of how everyone saw me as this happy smiley, Nathan. Nathan never showed any emotion but happiness. So everyone thought Nathan was great, Nathan spied. And so I just kept that up forever, pushing his feelings away and covering them up, didn't make Nathan straight, either made everything worse on the outside. Nathan appeared to be like every other faithful Mormon boy in his community. And on the inside I felt like trash human, I felt as if me as a person that is Livy was not worth living. I felt as if who I was and who I am. Was basically sentenced to a life of damnation and that I could change if I really wanted to. And that. If I didn't change, I wasn't trying hard enough. And that. I was just a mistake that got accident. We made. Nathan thought about death every day. He struggled with severe anorexia, sometimes eating just two meals a week, and he tried conversion therapy, not inefficiential conversion therapy. He just made up his own. I like force myself to watch straight porn once a week. I sometimes we went to high school parties or like just random parties in like force myself to make out with women or girls. They weren't women yet, and I forced myself to do those two things at least once a week with the making out in twice a week with straight poured. It didn't work. And that was devastating to him because he just wanted to be the person that he thought God wanted him to be. You know, that feeling when you're like running and running and running. Like one thing I'm running through like a pit of sinking sand and nothing's happening, and I'm just stuck. And then on the other hand, when I was with a guy, I literally felt like a jet and I just like zoomed off and it was just like Whitney, Houston, singing all the man that I need. And she's just so love and empowered at Mike Ramos shooting through her house, and she is in love. So that was high school for Nathan messaging with his long distance. Girlfriend watching straight porn making out with girls at parties and just desperately wishing he were straight. And then he graduated high school was over and for a lot of non Mormon closeted kids. This would mean you are free. You're done with high school, go off to college and beer self, but Nathan was a Mormon and he had other responsibilities. So in the Mormon faith. Now men can go on a Mormon mission. While men are required to go on a mission for two years, a Mormon mission is overseen by mission president, and this guy helps the young men in their efforts to spread the word of Mormonism. The boys don't usually drive cars and they've specific uniform. They have conservative suits or white shirtsleeves with a big square name tag and their mission on this mission is to convert people to Mormonism Nathan's mission takes him to the Florida panhandle in southern Alabama, Mississippi. Georgia, it's hot and humid and he's gotta wear a full on suit and ride a bike everywhere. And it's intense in every way the days are highly, highly regimented. Nathan lives with another Mormon elder, which is what they're called. They are each other's companions, which is to say they are roommates who do everything together, like everything all day..
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"Nathan date and okay and anyway my wife and honoring about vacation down in florida it's an off play and he have one of those companies not j thin okay and uh uh anyway my wife and on vacation down in florida it's an offgrid play and he have one of those come close pete toilet while we thought we were using your raw because it's hard to smell kind of uh so we decided well just outside you know we're in the middle wilderness here's an alligator on back snagged bother us we need no you know that's right now we're doing this for two days and then all of a sudden i'm out there and i looked up and and there's the camera and then come to find out they had four gained cameras on the property because there's a lot of wild mike around there so i hope of adf apologize about uh any ah unforeseen shot that she may have taken who at least this hasn't been used against you exactly we looks good cleaned up so that was well i've been other occasions nathan where you have had to use the facilities outdoors my gosh every day i'm a our kids to know what worker and i work out you go shannon i live in about out here yet but i'll pay negotiations we work in acquiring all around i have never gone into these guys how they'll go use the bathroom we're always though i uh uh i mean namely why save the water anita nathan thank you so much have a good one all right keren let's spin the wheel a couple of more times before the break and get some new topics uh nagin still opine on these topics including urinating outside polka hanis yokohama's i don't even know her and the socalled fiscal conservatives especially locally let's plan will five and well bongino be should they be in the rock and roll hall of fame there's leading i guess in the voting right now for the next plan 18 that's another topic let spin the wheel one more time go ahead some five john yes nato is such a thing as fruitcake four favourite holiday foods right in the.