35 Burst results for "ninety day"
Interview With Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Pilot Ace Beall
"Show. I'm joined today by ace spiel. If you've ever seen the pictures or the videos of a seven forty seven carrying the space shuttle on its back aces the guy flying that he's a nasa pilot. It's really cool having you with us today as thank you so much for being with us. Thank you george. It's a real pleasure being here. Thanks for having me. You're willing to tell us how you got your start in aviation well. My interest probably probably started with my dad who is a world war two pilots who have six hell cats in the pacific right. He was a fighter. Ace jot down. Seven zero sank destroyer so that that probably would what's first introduced me aviation muscle lived in the san francisco bay area and i can always. We could see quite often from where we live going up. Point the final approach for san francisco international airport. So i've really enjoyed watching the airplanes. Come in and that just kind of got me interested in aviation basically so i assume that with your dad as an ace after the war where people were there a lot of adulation or was it kind of a a normal thing to be ace. Well i don't think it was a normal thing. I think a lot of people were proud of it for that but but as time went on it became something more within the family that you know we we. We knew he was guy we thought of him as kind of a hero in his flying endeavors and listening to stories was a lot of fine. You know sure so. Wendy take your first flying lesson first. Flying lesson in nineteen sixty. Seven is my first year in college. I graduated from high school. And i was interested in the asian so i wasn't sure you know exactly what i was going to study. The only college in california that offered a four year degree in in Aviation was san jose state but that was in business administration the the college of san mateo community college. They had a two year. Course that specialized the end basic training to be a pilot studied aerodynamics amex navigation in urology and stuff in in in one of the three hundred courses was actually forty hours of flying a cessna down to san carlos airport so i thought this is the perfect way to get going and so i enrolled in that program guy solo to november of nineteen sixty seven eighteen. Okay now did you. Did you collect ratings right away. After that i got my private and the course led to a commercial a rating but after about the first three semesters i kinda realizing that. This is really what i want to do. My goal is to become an airline pilot. And i knew it'd be an airline pilot. That i was gonna actually need my adp. And soft. and i was going to need to accumulate. You know quite a bit of experience. So i kind of decided you know. I'm not going to spend any more money trying to get my commercial because right now. Let's talk to serve me. 'cause i plan on getting a bachelor's degree us like to go into the military base. Oh okay so where did you go to get your bachelor's. I ended up at san francisco state university. I got my bachelors in mathematics. And then you went there were you in. Rotc not was it. Ninety day wonder and ots officer training school. At lackland in san antonio. So i i graduated from college. In june of seventy two and two weeks later. I went out to san antonio and started into your ot s for a for ninety days and they were gonna pound with training. Poetry was up. Advance up in enid. Oklahoma and i enjoy them quite a bit. It was the i found all came fairly naturally and easy the advantage of already abbot close to two hundred hours of flying time so i knew all the basics basically so it was you know i. I really have good pilots right. I felt for the guys really haven't or part wasn't that tough
Dolphins miss chance to clinch after 56-26 loss to Bills
"Josh Allen and the bills ended the dolphins bid for an AFC playoff berth with a fifty six twenty six rout of Miami Allen threw three touchdown passes and Isaiah McKenzie scored three times including a punt return of eighty four yards buffalo's fifty six points of the second most in franchise history and Allen set a single season team record with four thousand five hundred forty four yards passing in ninety days when I was last year on thank just understanding this is often better players better rookie to a ton of Y. lo I finished thirty five of fifty eight for three hundred sixty one yards and three interceptions the first of which Josh Norman returned sixteen yards for TD I'm Dave Ferrie
Report: Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix have conservative DRAM capex targets for 2021
"Was a report today on bloomberg saying that samsung s k hynix. We're going to cut back or keep cap ex on d. rams stable effectively on a year on year basis. It would look like a decline in capital spending on d. around which is in theory good for a western digital as as a micron. Mico what do you like in this space if anything. Yeah so have you see. I'm going to look at it a little bit from an operations perspective. I mean the options markets definitely were very bullish on western digital. I mean obviously we could see that in the increase in the share price. I think it was up more than ten percent today but a lot of these names also were saying some bullish activity going further out expecting basically today's rally persist into the future western digital. I think traded you know some multiple close to three or four times. The average daily call volume went and it's normally trades pretty good volume to begin with so we're looking at seventy to eighty thousand calls straight on western digital bullish flow going out about ninety days or so. You know the other thing i would say is that we have some product cycle. Basically going on here. And i think this is going to be beneficial across the space. I mean You know we're not really looking at this particular area necessarily today the gpu makers and so on we were talking about it yesterday. Things like nvidia and so on I'm also very curious. You know. I'm wondering whether other kind of chip companies like intel might actually get their mojo back. They're probably going to need to do some pretty serious rethinking of their business. And i think dan loeb is looking into that and trying to pressure them to do exactly that maybe getting a focus back on engineering and making the kinds of products that their customers actually want to buy. But i do think that there is potential continued strength in the space going into the new year.
Major movie distributors could opt for simultaneous streaming releases due to pandemic
"So anyone. Who's in the theaters. I expect you to hate me for this one. And that's fine. But i i do. Expect all movies to go same-day theater and streaming for all major distributors by the end of twenty one so warning. You know everybody everybody. This is bowl story with. You know we we have. A warner did very ambitious. They seventeen movies next year. We got wonder woman and this year and look. This was always in my opinion. The plan you know the virus to me just accelerated everything two or three years. I think this was the this was the twenty twenty twenty three twenty four. Maybe plan of action. Anyway we saw. We saw the windows shortening from ninety days and recently got down to seventy one now. You have universal with their seventeen a new window. It's definitely shrinking. And here's the thing. People have had nine months to get used to concert in their home pro premium concert in home this way You consider scuba or trolls. Premium is up to you but you know the wonder woman i'd say eighty four. That's very there's no. there's no joke. They were us actually. Pretty good good came out today I mean it came out a couple of weeks ago because today's december thirty first. If it was it was great. I loved wonderful. Program does yes aren't wonder. Yeah yeah but. I think this is the right way to move forward. I now listen. It's up to the studios to decide about profit sharing. I don't think that's my business job. I mean like as a consumer like. That's their job. You know they want to say like universal date. Hey we'll share profits off divides wins live with you or you and you know they want to do something like that to help out the i don't. I'm not calling for the death of theaters. I'm just saying with and is you. but in a twenty by twenty twenty a little bit about this year but going to twenty one. Thanks to warner have gotten people use to to the system and you cannot go back from one. Step ahead. Doors boxes open. It's
How streaming services and COVID-19 upended Hollywood
"Coronavirus is up ended. A lot of things about our lives but few industries has seen as drastic a change as the entertainment business with the ride streaming services and social begging the question. What happens the movie theaters a broader. Chang this is your daily charge joining us way to this. Transformation is our media expert johnson. Welcome john so let's start with a recap of the year. We saw the launch the number of streaming services peacock. Hbo max and then of course stalwarts like netflix. Continue to dominate. Pop culture with shows like tiger king in queen's gambit. How did the so-called street war shakeout in twenty twenty. We saw breakaway successes and truly epic failures over the course of the last year among all the new services that launched in the last fourteen months or so nothing compares to disney plus the subscribers that a service brings in that's the currency of success for streaming services. And no matter how you look at it. Disney plus blew away all other new competitors completely out of the water disney hoped to have between sixty million and ninety million subscribers within five years and it nearly hit the top of that. Its most obstacle optimistic expectation at nearly beat that within one year not five. It's at eighty six point eight million subscribers at the end of its first year and then on the flip side you had these failures quickly. Which entered twenty twenty swinging it was booking super bowl commercials. It was making it rain. All over hollywood paying stars tons of money to make these short form Cereal movies and chapters and Daily essentials and other things that if you could see me i'm making all these little air quotes but it totally flopped and it announced that it was completely shutting down just seven months after launching. So we've seen some really legendary story play out in the streaming world this year definitely and in between though we had a couple of those services. Hbo max peacock which all launched as well and lose a little bit quieter for them up until the end of the hbo. Max how did those two services fair out when they were they launched didn't do as well as disney plus but nothing has done is walls just pause. You really. nothing else compares to what they've been doing you know if if disney plus had it had the insane year that it did their launches would look you know pretty good all right. Hbo max is at you know. I have to check the numbers. But it's at i think. Eight point six million accounts and peacock has more than that because he got chasm free tier. Hbo max you have to pay fifteen dollars a month to access it or b a each b. o. l. subscriber That has a deal with. Hbo backs in order to get it. But the point is you know. They're doing fine sean. It's compared to a truly extraordinary. Unexpected success like disney plus that. It looks like they're really doing poorly and to be fair to you know. Hbo max with its high price. Point the fact that the fact that it was kind of a Confusing proposition two people and The fact that it wasn't on roku or fire tv the two most popular devices for months that also crimped it in particular its appeal. you know. They're like thirty some million people that can have. Hbo max basically for free because they are. They're already paying for hbo and of those were at or still at below ten million accounts. Right we are back so it's definitely struggled in some senses yet. It will disney plus held by a number of big cultural milestones the hamilton earlier this year. Of course mandalorian is back more baby love even new law which at that dollar premium charged pretty well. Hbo max is poised to have its potential big moment tomorrow with the release of what am nine hundred eighty four. I'm curious what you think. The impact is there and as we sort of look for. You know how that's going to help set the way movies are released. Well it cer- certainly gonna superchargers interest in hbo coupled with the fact that it max not only is releasing wonder woman On christmas day the same day that it's available to see in theaters on those that are open It's also making it. Its entire slate. The warner brothers. Entire slate of movies for the entirety of next year are going to be released the same way where there. It's available to stream on. Hbo max the same day. It's in theaters for a period of one month. So people have one month to to sign up for talks log into it if you already have. It watched like some of the you know wonder woman. Nineteen eighty-four dude matrix. Four tons of like huge movies and smaller ones that are also heading to spin. It looks like that's ever happened before people are really excited about it. It's gonna supercharge interest in the streaming service. But it also means that you know. It's kind of a crossing of the rubicon For decades theaters have had a seventy at least seventy five days where they get exclusive access to new movies and of course during the pandemic with these widespread theater closures senate as being closed a lot of companies have tried to figure out. How can you can't have a seventy five day window or something is only in theaters. When there aren't any theatres open and the ones that are people. Don't feel safe going to so we've seen a lot of experimentation about. What do we do in this situation. But this move by warner brothers. Hbo max are. They're making so many of these really big budget movies available. What's known as day and date or it's available for home video streaming the same day that it's in theaters. That's that's a point of no return like things are never. They might not look exactly like that once. The coronavirus and the pandemic are in our rear view window. But it's never going to be theaters and the transit. Never going to be exactly the same again. So the reaction will imagine for folks out there who are locked down this is. This is good news but not everyone has created this with open arms. Right number of directors filmmakers actors have been up in arms. Or who's been sort of speaking out against this. Practice will certainly christopher nolan. Who is a longtime warner brothers director. He's bamed all of his big films with warner brothers and most recently His tenant was released by warner brothers and not partly led to this decision. That warner brothers needed to figure out something other than purely theatrical premieres for films tenant was released it did tentative fine overseas it did reasonably well but in the us tanks. Like i he nolan is is a faint is fame Famously defensive of the theatrical experience. He's one of those ought autour filmmakers who treasures that big dark room and the hush crowd gasping all the same time like. That's that's is cocaine or whatever and he didn't want to give that up and they didn't make him and they released tenet where it had an exclusive period in theaters and it s than sixty million dollars at the box office. That you know. It's standard for one of his movies to make one hundred million plus in the us at the box office so the fact that they saw that it's just not tenable Just not tenable to have this sort of theatrical this preciousness around theatrical release at least during the pandemic they went a different route they. There's is the most extreme that any studio has announced so far a lot of other studios are trying to be a little more compromising and their decision was made largely without consultation with filmmakers. Which you know. It's one thing to up end. These long held norms. Some of which a lot of filmmakers really treasure like christopher nolan really treasures this theatrical the experience and protecting it but it's not always it's it's the medium not the message sometimes in the fact that they sort of dropped this bomb on these people without with wonder woman. There's a lot of consultation with those filmmakers but the entire slate like they couldn't reach out because people talk in hollywood if they reached out to some people get all over town so they basically maybe with a little bit of notice tried to get it out to some people but essentially shut. Drop this bomb on the filmmaker community and that in addition to the fact that it was such a dramatic change from what's baked into contracts and what people expected is it led to a really huge backlash and we're going to see if they're going to get sued or get sued. You might have to walk back many things. They might have to take something that were on the two thousand twenty one slate off the twenty twenty one slates and they don't fall under this so called hybrid strategy. That's something we're going to play out next year. Well curious if this is a a one off thing or is this this pandemic related that twenty one is like twenty twenty a bit of a lost year as be struggled to kind of get back enormously but once you get past it go back to normal. You mentioned the crossing the rubicon. How do you think things the changes that were saying. Now my kind of play out the long term or will there be more of a hybrid approach like what one of the things look like once we get to some semblance of normalcy again. It's never going back to the way. It was like the way the seventy five day ninety day window. That theaters get new movies. That's not coming back even after the pandemic because i think consumers for a really long time have wanted more options. Especially i mean. Young consumers don't understand even older consumers. Don't understand why you have to wait that long to choose where you get to watch your movie you know. Like the seventy five and ninety day window and theater followed by the dvd followed by online vod online rentals followed by a pay one window followed by a pay to win. Like there's going it's going to change but we can say for sure. Theaters are not going to be able to count on that sort of cushion. Seventy five day to ninety day window getting all new movies. They can't count on that because too many of these studios are owned by media companies that are also launching streaming services. I'm really want them to succeed. It's not just warner brothers on by. At and t. and also owns hbo. Max that is playing and experimenting with these new formats like you mentioned milan. That's disney disney decided disney of all studios. They build their franchises on theatrical release. That means a lots of them. But they're still even toying with things like you said they released hamilton which is supposed to be a big screen movie. Next year they released it more than a year in advance and put a totally free on disney plus for their big budget stuff. They're putting it on disney plus with this. What's not calling premier access which is basically when you pay a thirty dollar extra fee and you get movies like milan that you can stream day and date same day as in theaters next year. They're going to do that with riot. Dragon but even with dizzy. They've said they haven't defined what they're gonna do with marvel movies. It looks like they're gonna give marvel movies. Which are you know. Some of their biggest blockbusters that they still have on the slate coming up. They're going to give them some time in the theaters because they know how important that is to building a franchise having that sort of mythic proportion in a theater is really important to a marvel movie whether or not black widow comes to streaming a lot earlier than it would have before in previous you know. In the olden days. A year ago it would've taken about six months to nine months for any theatrical disney movie to make the disney plus. Maybe that'll shrink. What we do know is that theaters are not going to be able to count on a seventy five day. Window consumers are going to have a lot more options about win and where they get to watch new movies and the theatrical spirits is going to have to change you know without having that really special treatment that kid gloves treatment of getting seventy five day window. You're going to see theaters having to adapt offering more food upgrading. The experience of going there They're gonna have to experiment with a lot of different payment models even maybe The point is movie. Theaters haven't really had to adapt or innovate for decades. Because i've had this protected window and that protected window is going to change. But it's never coming back the way it was and the theater. Experience is going to change too so that change is thrust upon them and they're forced to adapt. Do you think theaters are doomed to failure are they are they they are they screwed ultimately. Because i frankly i missed the theater experience but i can't see myself going back for while and so we'll we'll theater survive long enough to be able to adapt and change. Yeah the are going to survive like they just won't be as many and they won't look the same as they did. Which you know a natural thing movies have been around cinemas have been around for a really long time. It's one of. Its basically the first mass mass visual audio visual media You don't have theaters like the depression-era people's palaces anymore. we don't go to theaters. That look like someplace that would have a metropolitan opera in. That's what happened in the twenties thirties. We don't have that anymore because things change television happened. So that's going to be another change but what you're gonna see the the gigantic megaplexes. Amc's the cinemark probably going to get smaller because they can't if you don't have that exclusive access to something that people can choose whether or not they're watching it on that big screen or watching on their home screen where people are going to be able to. They're going to choose to watch it on their home screen and so you don't just need as many movie screens in america anymore. So we're going to see theaters close. We might see some chains completely. Go out of business. The thing that will be interesting to see is how smaller chains mom-and-pop theaters you know the local art house theater. The smaller chains like alamo draft house. We're already seeing that. Those are those are the theaters in cinemas that are more likely to adopt because they don't have a sort of mcdonald's mass market Happy meal mentality. they're catering to a local community. They're more likely to know the sort of things that would bring people into their theater if it's more than just movies it's easier for them to pivot in. Adopting alamo draft house was one of the first chains so to speak. That offered this rent a whole theater option. Which has become more popular during the pandemic instead of having to spend three hundred to a thousand two more dollars to rent entire theater. It's like look we can't can barely show this to people because of restrictions. Why don't you rent the theater for a hundred bucks and you can bring fifteen of your closest friends and you can all like sit apart from each other and you can be pretty confident that we're going to be sanitizing it because we don't or trying to stuff seats because we have to stuff seats. They were the first ones to innovate in that sense. And we start to adopt adapt that model so no like theaters. Theaters aren't going to die. They're just gonna look a lot different in the future
Night Time, When You Can Log It and Some Tips
"What's up while inc. Bobby how are you. i'm good here. We go again another week. Another podcast and today happens to be december. The twenty first. What's special about today well. Today is the winter solstice. It is the shortest day of the year. If you will as far as daylight is concerned and so this would also be the darkest day of the year. That's correct and we are going to talk about. What is nighttime question. That i get asked a lot around. Aviation what are the definitions. And when can i log it and win. Can i land in it and canada's a night landing that kind of comes up around the fly school lot and we'll share some stories and tips and tricks about some nighttime flying as we go through this as well while you're dp probably look at logbooks a lot and make sure people got there three hours of night and there other accomplishments at night I would say as a as a recreational pilot for a number of years before about the flight school. I would make sure i did my night. Flying in my night landings every ninety days. But i really had to look it up almost every time because it's not something that i spend every day thinking about and i. It's confusing to a person who doesn't do this every day for a living it is. It is You know obviously. The requirements to be current tonight is three takeoffs and landings within the preceding ninety days That's that's the daytime requirement and all or or the just normal currency requirement but then To become for night you out to have three takeoffs and landings to a full stop Within the preceding ninety days now The question is well. What counts as nighttime. Yeah i think it is. The definition of what night is is. What's hard for me as a recreational pilot. Probably many others to know when they can and can't log their landings and when they can and can't log nighttime. I think i think what happens and and try to teach this out of all my instructors. The instructor guides all this for private pilots. Right they call you. They say hey solo. We've done cross country. You're getting check ride ready. We have to do this and they talk about three hours night. Nighttime and talk about ten landings at an airport with the control tower and blah blah blah. Whatever the wreck say the cf. I guides that and so then you go do it and they log it on the log book for you and then they sign off on it and you're done and you know now i gotta do that again in the next proceeding ninety days. But you don't know what that really meant because you were guided and that's why private pilots struggle with some of these wrecks because the kind of thrown out into the ocean on their own. And now you've got to figure it out. So i would constantly try and figure this out so i'll refer people back to this podcast forever. There really are three periods. That i think the faa and the foreign talk about these three periods. There is a sunset to sunrise Which is when the sun. I guess i'm not an almanac guy but when the sun crest goes down a row across the horizon and normally i look at weather bug because it's the front app on my iphone home screen and if you scroll down the now it says the sun's gonna rise and set it's got a little depiction and i know what that is right so i know that that timeframe of day i need my position lights on and i need my anti collision on if my aircraft has that pretty pretty simple rules there Far ninety one two nine. If you want to go look it up. The the second period is the end of civil twilight to the beginning of morning civil twilight. So that's a period. That is not as easy to calculate and have to look that up in an almanac. There's a great website. I use probably disco searched. Google for tell me where civil twilight starts today where i'm at and this website will come up and it really shows the daylight and the brackets of night civil twilight and daytime and the. What's nice about that website. Is i know how long it is. So civil toilets. Somewhere between twenty and thirty five minutes after sunset depending on where you're at in the world Let's assume none of this applies to alaska where it might be daytime all day or nighttime all day But the civil twilights are. Are the book ends between daylight sunset and then really what is considered nighttime. And then really what you. What i've learned after looking at up. Many many times is the third period is really that period one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise. And that's where the faa says you can log your night landings for currency to have passengers with you at night and that's far sixty one point five seven b. bravo Which talks about that so really three periods. The kind of before the sun goes down in the sun comes up that sunset to sunrise. Then we got civil twilight on both ends of that as well and then we've got the one hour of time between that after sunset and before sunrise where i can get my currency done to have passengers with me at nighttime
Experts recommend the FDA approve Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use
"Advisory committee of us. Vaccine experts voted thursday to recommend emergency use authorization the pfizer biontech ovid nineteen vaccine with the food and drug administration poised to issue. Its approval saturday. Once that comes some two point. Nine million doses will be shipped to sites across the united states with the initial limited supply of the vaccine ration for healthcare workers and nursing home residents on thursday. The us recorded another staggering toll from covid nineteen with over two hundred twenty four thousand new infections and nearly three thousand deaths. Robert redford director of the centers for disease control and prevention warned for the next sixty. To ninety days. The us will likely see more cove. Nineteen deaths per day than the number of people killed in the september eleventh
Testing new release strategy, 'The Croods' opens to $14.2M
"A change there is encouraging news from the box office people maybe maybe not but an animated movie about cave dwellers has found a home at the box office during the pandemic it's the crude to new age and it has racked up one of the best opening weekend since the cove in nineteen crisis began the animated sequel took in fourteen point two million dollars over the five day thanksgiving holiday weekend the movie was released under a new strategy worked out between universal and to move the chains AMC and Cinemark that deal limits the amount of time that a movie can stay in theaters that window used to be ninety days what universal got the change to shorten that span two issue as seventeen days with the thanksgiving release in a short of fear only release window universal can now move the crude into the home rental arena in time for Christmas I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Buying Property To Rent And Dealing With Rent During Covid
"Assuming with your background that you after something that needed a little bit of work like was this a fixer. Upper was that a bird was at a turnkey like tells about the property so our goal is buying hold so we're looking for properties but we're not looking for something that it's it's in really really bad condition. Just because the properties are an hour and forty minutes away from where we live in where we operate our construction business so we are buying properties. That do need some work. but we're focusing on properties. The rents are much lower than fair. Market is so our first property the the the rents for the three bedrooms. Twelve hundred dollars each and twelve hundred dollars. We saw an opportunity that that market was able to get a three bedroom. Fifteen hundred dollars and it needed some very minor repairs. So we are focusing on buying properties not really concerned on the purchase price but more on what the value is in the increase in the rents the three properties we have after he fixed the properties. After we get some new tenants in there we can raise the rents to fair market which is thirty percent plus they for this first property you did. What were the rents when he purchased it and then what are the rents now. So they're twelve hundred dollars a piece and we purchase this in in january. Obviously kovin happen so we didn't want him removed the tenants. Because we're all human. I'm not looking to to put someone out of the house right away during covid so we twelve hundred dollars we can increase these after we fix them up to fifteen hundred dollars each so. That's huge because our numbers are just a she around sixteen percent return on our investment for this property and along with all three of our portfolio pieces by you purchase senior ready to raise the rents and i know cove it kinda through this for you but what process do take to do that because a lot of people are you know. They don't wanna raise the rent especially by that much to these people. Do give them the option of moving out or raising the rent. Do send them a letter. You talk to them in person. How do you go about approaching that we try and take it on a human level like we we understand that covert going on. We understand that we're not looking to pull people out on the street. We tell them that we are. We bought this property looking to to raise the rents we give them the required thirty day sixty as ninety days notice like hey you can stay but you have to pay the increased rants and we're not going to do without fixing your apartment because obviously when we're trying to bring it up. The fair market value in terms of the rentals are also bringing up the conditions of the space to be a fair market value. And just so. Everyone knows in new york state when he mentioned the thirty sixty or ninety days. He's not saying that did that. It depends on the tenant you if he's gonna give them thirty sixty or ninety. It actually depends on how long they've lived in the property. How much notice you have to give them so the longer they've lived there you might have to give them ninety days notice on the rent increase
Coronavirus Wont Stop Us from Setting Goals
"All right. Well we want close out this season by speaking about the importance of investing in yourself. I know for me. Maybe for you brendan auto people in our community. We've really struggled with seeking help and investing in ourselves especially when it comes whether it's seeking a therapist working with a coach today. We're going to talk a little bit about coaching. And what it means. And i'm. I'm really excited about this. Because i think it really. I pushed tanisha and have this conversation because on very confused sometimes about like what's the difference in one does one know when they need a and like so. I am hope that all of you can walk away a little bit like it was going to help us demystify what a coach does and some of the differences. So why don't we start there. What is the difference between getting a coach and therapist. Yes so a coach is really going to help you like. Let's say that you're really feeling stuck like you know you don't know what your next steps to take in terms of your career in terms of your life. You're feeling you're functioning okay. But you're feeling a little lost about like what to do next or you're not feeling very fulfilled so that's a good time to work with somebody like like a coach because the coach is going to really help you. Let's look at some of these things like what are your actual values. What are your actual goals. What's important to you. let's start there and then let's let's set some goals and then provide. Let's see you're approach is going to provide accountability. They're going to help you get more clarity. They're gonna help you identify these goals. And they're also going to support you through the process of actually achieving these goals so very forward focused whereas a therapist they might focus a little bit more on processing trauma that you might not have process or things that are i'll the patterns that are related to pass that you haven't yet addressed. So that's what a therapist can really focus on coaches can help with that too. But they're generally not going to go as deep as a therapist would. So that's that and also like if you're feeling like you're having a really hard time dislike functioning like day to day like getting up or going to work or just things like that like that might be like a therapist might be better suited to help you there. You're going to have a really hard time like achieving goals of. You're having a hard time like getting getting out of bed. Right and also therapists are prepared differently coach. Yeah so i want to note that too and this is really important. Therapists are related and coaches are not right so like when you're thinking about working with coach or therapists know that therapists are prepared to deal. Help you deal with trauma and processor and things in ways. That coaches aren't are not so if you really needing to do some deep work. Deep processing and trauma work a therapist going to be the best person for you very cool. So why don't we tell our listeners. What kinds of coaches out there. Because now we know the difference between using it their coach but not all coaches are the same. So what are some of the different types of coaches that exist. Yes so you're gonna have business business coaches for example. A business coach is going to be very much focus on like you have a business objective. And they're going to walk you through coaching through achieving. Whatever business goal that you have. They're going to give you tools or give support accountability. And they're going to be straight up business coach now a life coach. Also help you with personal things so whether it's like you're trying to get healthier or you're trying to connect more with yourself or really kind of figure out what is like my my deep. Why and what's my mission on this earth which is like can go into business but it's a little bit more like deeper work so that might be more of a life coach that can help you through personal things as well as businesses and there's also kind of a blend like a blending where you're doing some inner work to kind of help you figure out. What is that big y. What is my purpose here. But also help you through Achieve specific business objectives so for example in the program that i'm doing with with harry lunch dot the next. It's a blend in what. I mean by a blend. Is that so everyone goes into the program. It's called the lunch the next accelerator coaching program. Everyone goes in with a specific project and endeavour they wanna pursue over the ninety over ninety. Days it's an anemic program and so we're supporting them through this particular goal that they have for their business or idea. Whatever it is that they're doing but also providing a lot of inner work so we're using tools like meditation or breath work or inquiry. Work where you do kind of deeper do some some question asking. That goes really deeper. And it's a different style of of of question asking so it's ends up being a blend you doing a lot of work and the reason for that is we believe that a lot of like the challenges that people have in their business when you really go explore those a lot of them have to do with mindset. A lot of them have to. What's going on inside rather than actual business challenges so we work on that. Then that'll help you on your business objectives in birmingham in a more impactful way. It's all connected. You might think that you need a good accountant. I know you need to refocus what you want in life. Is that what up happening on. You might have a very specific. I wanna get double my my revenue and then they realize actually you hate this job. That's exactly that's exactly the type the perspective that we're going into when we're when we're doing this program like being leading our clients have see like maybe you do this unpacking you do this reflection. You realize absolutely that. Actually you need to quit your job and do something
Universal and Cinemark agree to shorten theatrical window
"A major movie studio has struck a deal with a movie changed to adjust how they schedule theater releases the studio behind the fast and furious in Jurassic world franchises has struck a deal with Cinemark to limit the amount of time a movie can stay in theaters before becoming available for rent or on demand the standard have been ninety days but the deal with universal and Cinemark can shrink that window of exclusivity to as little as seventeen days depending on how well the movie does at the box office this summer universal struck a similar deal with AMC the nation's largest theater chain it's part of a new way Hollywood is trying to do business amid the pandemic with movie theater audiences shrinking because of government restrictions and fears studios are trying to maximize their profits from means other than packing people into the multiplex I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
A Conversation With Ramona Hood, CEO, FedEx Custom Critical
"We are very very excited to have ramona hood. Join us on skimmed from the couch. She is the ceo and president of fedex custom critical and she brings over twenty eight years of experience at fedex to her role. That's because as we'll get into ramona's started her career the company as a receptionist back in nineteen ninety one for mona. We are so excited to have you with us today. Welcomed skimmed from the couch. Thank you danielle. I'm really excited to be here today. Even if it is a virtual. I know it's it's so we've done know now. We've been at home since march many of the people listening and it's been incredible. How many people we've met in a pandemic without actually meeting them will joking the other day. We have a new chief product officer. And we're like we don't even know how tall you are. We've never met in person that that's funny. We have some similar experiences. I have two people that were added to my executive team after cova so we made hiring decisions virtually and we have been on boarding people virtually as well but we're adapting to the new way of working. Yeah i think everyone is is having to so. Let's start off with a basic question. Me ask everyone. Skim your resume for us. Gosh if i would start my resume with twenty eight years at fedex. I'd like to tell people. I grew up there. I also like to say. I started when i was five. And i've had a great career at fedex. Starting asked the receptionist. At the time it was roberts express and i moved from the receptionist roll into our safety and contractor relations department. I had an opportunity of really spending about five to seven years in that area and it was the place that i met my first mentor. The director of the department had asked what my career goals were in my aspirations and was the first time that i really put thought into what my interests were and it started with leadership. So i'll talk a little bit more about mentorship later. But i spent five to seven years. There then moved to the operation area. So that i can gain. Pnl experience and have accountability. for that. then. I moved into sales and marketing and also had an opportunity to lead a wholly-owned subsidiary from there i moved into a different fedex atp company we had acquired a company and there was a need for an officer to lead one of the business units and so i took that opportunity which gave me experience on working on post. Acquisition integration work with identifying synergies for the business as well as for the team members and then from there i moved back to fedex custom critical as an officer of operations strategy and planning and also managed our pricing strategy as well as our data and science group and from there i had an opportunity in the impact of two thousand nineteen. Our ceo and president was retiring and so i had an opportunity to be appointed to the ceo and president role in january and started Leading very methodically through the first ninety days and then covert nineteen hit and so that was the first crisis that i began to lead through in my first ninety days and then shortly after that the death of george floyd really brought a platform to talk through the racial injustice that we were seeing in the country and again leading the organisation through that difficult time so eight months into my new role. And i feel like. I've learned a lot and really thankful for the team. I have that has supported me throughout the timeframe. And i'm sure that's exactly what you thought the first eight months and specifically the first ninety days we're going to hold. What is something that people would be surprised to know about. You are something that we can't google or find on your lincoln. So i think if you know me. It's pretty clear what. I would how i would answer this question. But for people who don't know me and if you would google me you won't be able to find it. I am a big foodie. I've loved to eat. I come from a family where we use food as a way to socialize entertain. It is to manage our feelings whether they're happy sad or whatever the case may be so. I enjoy food. I enjoy eating as well as a little cooking. But for the most part it's the eating and sampling. New things that i enjoy.
Club-wielding police in Belarus arrest over 500 protesters
"Police in belarus are swinging clubs at demonstrators for ninety days. Straight have been demanding the resignation of the country's president today thousands of people tried to enter the centre of minsk but the area was cordoned off with armored vehicles. Protesters believe the results of the august. Election were manipulated.
A new 0-day in Win7 through Win10
"As i said we have a new zero day and it's a complicated by the fact that it is existed at least since windows ten which as we know. Microsoft has at least since windows seven. Oh i'm sorry. Yeah since windows seven. Wow so last week. We talked at some length about the bug. Google found in the free type library which had been in use since june nineteenth. Two thousand fifteen or more than five years. What we knew then was that this flaw which was patched by that update to chrome was a zero day because it was being actively exploited. They you know. They fixed it in from one when they were notified. They fixed it within twenty four hours which was impressive response and they notified the free type people who also fixed it within twenty four hours also impressive. What we did not learn until the end of last week was that there was a previously secret. Second part to this zero day. The free type law was what was being exploited through chrome to open the door to the attacker but as is often the case thanks to modern operating system design the damage that can be done by an abberant application or exploit of an application running under the non root user account is deliberately minimal in modern operating systems. All of today's web browsers are careful to run under the users. Deliberately limited account privileges. This is why successful. Attacks and attackers often need to chain two or more exploits together to accomplish their nefarious ends. If the free type library happened to run in the kernel then a single exploit in it might have been sufficient but free type was also properly designed to run in user space so exploiting the free type flaw opened the door but the attacker then needed to elevate their privilege on the system to route or kernel level in order to get anything useful like from the attackers standpoint. Done the week before all of this. Google had seen the whole picture or presumably. The person who informed them had they saw this second phase. Which was leveraging a previously completely unknown and quite potent zero day flaw in windows to achieve privilege elevation. This was allowing the attackers. Then you know to do some real damage the privilege elevation that they discovered by watching it in action existed or actually i should say exists. Because it's still does today within the windows kernel based thus we have a problem there cryptographic services. Api and because that colonel based module the cryptographic services module exports and api. that's callable from user land. The bad guys can arrange to run their malicious code with full system permissions google's project zero folks immediately reached out to microsoft to inform them of what they had found and also to explain that since this was an act of vulnerability being exploited in the wild project zero normal patient ninety day disclosure window would be reduced as they even did for themselves to just one week actually. They only needed a day. And that's why the industry subsequently learned of this only late last week. That was seven days after. Actually eight after google told microsoft so the project zero the google's project zero day disclosure starts off with saying note. We have evidence that the following bug is being used in the wild therefore this bug is subject to a seven day disclosure deadline. And we've seen these in the past when we've talked about this and look did these in the period before the disclosure deadline all there is is just like a placeholder page no juicy details available because you know they're holding that embargoed until the problem can bet can't got fixed. They begin their right up by explaining the windows kernel. Crypt cryptography driver. C. n. g. dot says exposes a backslash device backslash c. n. g. device to user mode programs so in other words there's a. There's a divide the so that the cryptography driver looks like a device which exposes services through a device driver interface to programs running on top of the operating system and it supports a variety of a windows calls i. Ctl's i oh control calls. They said with non trivial impetus Input structures it constitutes a locally accessible attack surface that can be exploited for privilege escalation and they said such as sandbox escape. So of course they're they're they're viewing it from the stats from the standpoint of a sandbox escape because they're because the way this would have gotten in was through the browser which at and we know that running in the browser is deliberately sandbox so that it if it does something wrong it doesn't have access to much but by taking advantage of this. That code is able to escape from google's own chrome sandbox so microsoft for their part doesn't see this as such an emergency. Google has already closed and locked the front door. Through which attackers were able to reach the crypto. Api vulnerability and november's patch tuesday being next tuesday a week from this podcasts. Date of the third which you'll be the november tenth expects to have this fixed
Startup Streamer Quibi Quits
"A huge Hollywood experiment ended its life in a way that seems somehow fitting qube accompany designed to bring miniature Netflix's quality shows to your smartphone call. It quits earlier this month like it's programs which were no longer than ten minutes apiece. quickies vary life was itself short only about six months long the infant media company hit attracted almost two billion dollars from investors about one hundred, fifty, million dollars in advertising and some big name actors and directors. As a result quibbles dramatic closure has spawned no end of speculative criticism about what the startup did wrong and whether it's leaders Hollywood powerhouse, Jeffrey Katzenberg and former HP. CEO Meg Whitman did anything right? In case you haven't heard of it. The original idea behind Qube was to make high quality programs that were short enough to watch from start to finish. While waiting to do something else say riding the subway were standing at checkout line. These wouldn't be user generated youtube like videos but what qube envisioned as the quote next generation of storytelling dramas comedies a non-fiction programs cut into quick bites the origin of the company's name you get the idea. QUBE had the bad luck to launch during the pandemic that meant the service designed explicitly for people out and about debuted when people were in definitely not out and about position as another streamer. But Not at first on your TV quickly did what most streamers and new apps do when it launched in early April it offered a ninety day free trial about a million and a half people signed up and presumably began watching quickies original shows thrillers like. Wireless about a drunk man caught in a New Year's Eve snowstorm free Ray Sean drama about a black man accused of killing a police officer and last looks a series about scandals in the fashion world. As I said earlier at launch, you can only watch on a smartphone despite the fact that most viewers were quarantined in their homes with perfectly usable TV's at their disposal. It took a few more months for quick to make the TV leap. The question back in May and June was how many of those initial free viewers would convert to paying customers quickies price was high five month with ads were eight dollars without them as the verge points out apple TV plus costs four, ninety, nine a month worse quickies higher prices more expensive than Disney plus. The answer on those conversions was clear. Qube didn't get anywhere near enough money or viewers, and with that dearth viewers, some advertisers threatened to canceled on October Twenty Second Katzenberg Whitman published an open letter on medium announcing queries collapse. The founders laid some of the blame on Covid nineteen but not all in addition to timing they said, another likely reason could be. That the idea itself wasn't strong enough to justify a standalone streaming service. Indeed. A great deal of the criticism says exactly that the format itself was flawed from the start ten minutes may have been far too long for some content and far too short for others. A sort of nether world that works for user generated youtube content, but not for expensive productions that aspire to be the next Netflix. As one example, the Guardian reporter. Jack Bernhardt commended free ratio on actors Steffan Jones Laurence Fishburne an emmy winner. Jasmine Safest Jones for spectacular performances in powerful production. But he added quote it feels almost offensive to everyone involved that I can only watch it on tiny phone screen. Furthermore, he said it should have been a two hour film not fifteen quick bites. The company is exploring selling the rights to some content screenwriters and producers with shows underdevelopment or left to try to sell them elsewhere a tough sell given that most media companies can't use five or ten minute episodes. is returning about three hundred, fifty million dollars to investors and giving severance to two hundred employees. The Wall Street Journal reports, Katzenberg and Whitman's letter puts quickies. Of the entire very busy streaming media ecosystem the executives would never have imagined launching during a pandemic they said, but they admitted other businesses have faced these unprecedented challenges and have found their way through it. Indeed, we've reported here on boom times for Netflix's and Disney plus among others all of benefited enormously from lockdowns. The mistake Qube made lies in a different sphere altogether says verge critic Julia Alexander Qube didn't fail because TIKTOK. existed she says, it failed because executives refuse to see Tiktok its biggest competition she wrote tick tock has exploded globally with an ever growing mountain of user generated short form video video that is virtually free to produce free to consume. But qube had its I trained on net flicks if Alexander is correct quimby was looking for threats or a role model in the wrong direction. In an already struggling Hollywood, it's hard to watch the layoffs of employees and the suffering of artists who shows are now killed. A great deal of talent converged around quipping remains to be seen. We're all that talent. Finding out.
How to Prevent Hustle Burnout
"When I started working on the hundred dollar Ba back in the early days two thousand and eleven two, thousand, twelve, two, thousand, thirteen. Every business expert said, you gotta work hard super hard, and as many hours as possible you still hear this often. In the rhetoric of business knowledge. Now, I do agree that you do need to work hard. Okay and you might have to sacrifice and work more hours her used to especially in the beginning but you just can't do that for years to come. You can maybe do that for six months a year eighteen months. But at some point, it's just not gonNa make any sense for your health is going to take a toll and you just can't move forward anymore because. You'RE GONNA work yourself to the ground you want to is make sure that you're working smarter harder but in a way that sustainable way that, hey, you can get up the next day and go at it strong I don't believe in extremes I think the extremes get us into trouble whether that's working a hundred hours a week or thinking we can work four hours a week and have a multibillion dollar business, the truth, the balance the reality lies somewhere in between I'm a big believer that after a certain point, you're just not as productive as. You can be the reality is if you look at your date after the eight or nine hour mark, you're just not firing at all cylinders. You're just not as productive dot creative. You're not solving problems at the same rate and probably the best thing you can do at that point his actually take a break is actually align yourself to recharge and recharging doesn't necessarily mean you're not helping your business and I'll explain in a moment but I love business I love being an entrepreneur and just because I tell myself hey, I need some time to. Recover, so I don't burn out that doesn't mean I don't love business or I don't want bed. In fact, there are things I can do in that space in that time that can help my business helped me improve not only just in the short term, but in the long-term. So let's get into some strategies number one I believe the best way to recharge to make sure you don't burn out is to do A. Combination of two different things number one is frequent regular breaks and longer quality breaks. Let me explain frequent regular breaks is something that you want to do on a regular basis on a daily basis. So for example, let's say you start your day of work at seven. Am You work through? You have a short thirty minute break for lunch and then you end your day let's say at five pm that's a pretty long day. That's ten hours of work. Okay. if you minus a half hour of lunch nine a half hours let's call it nine hours. Okay. But at five pm I'm going to go do something that's going to allow me to recharge. But at the same time, helped my business going to go to the gym. Okay. I'M GONNA go to Jim. I'M GONNA. Get some of my frustrations how I might get a chance to just really focus on myself. This is a few things number one. It allows me to recharge my batteries arouse me to be healthier as an entrepreneur. I'm protecting the vessel, the vehicle that's GonNa get to where I wanNA, go, which is my body, right? What's the point of getting to? Where you are trying to get to and your health is in disarray and you can't enjoy the fruits of your labor. Also, you're going to get there faster and more efficiently when you're healthy right when your body's at its peak performance. So I'M GONNA do some exercise. Okay. The other thing that's going to do is that while I'm exercising I. Can do a plethora of things to help me in my business helped me improve as a leader I can listen to podcasts I can listen to e books which I absolutely love on audible. For example, sometimes I listen to video trainings the video playing on my phone, but I'm just listening to it and just getting you know the knowledge from the training. I listened to Ted Talks that are playing off. Youtube and this allows me to really absorb the information without being distracted by other things because I'm just working out and I'm just doing my workout and allows my mind to really focus on the knowledge and see applies to my own life and how I can apply to my business. So even though I stepped away from the desk, my mission to improve as an entrepreneur and prove my business is still in full force and I'm at the gym improving myself physically and mentally this is just an. Example. You can go for a walk you can go jog you can do a yoga routine and listen to these things, and this is just a brief break in my day an hour, an hour and twenty minutes, but it does wonders because it allows me to recenter and not feel like my life is work i. have other things to do outside of work. Then after that can have dinner enjoy my time with my family things like that. The second way of taking breaks I believe is longer breaks but totally shutting off. Okay. So this could be as simple as. Saturday Sunday right two days in a row or even a three day weekend. If you can squeeze it Friday Saturday Sunday or Saturday Sunday Monday whatever. But the players that you totally shut off, you do not look email you. You tell your team. Hey, I'm not available. There's a whole lot easier when the weekend but if you're bridging three weekend this is totally doable. Say Friday I'm shutting off I'm going into big picture mode thinking mode planning mode, and really what you're doing here is you're just allowing yourself to step away from the business and see your business as an investor instead of the person that's tinkering and noon all the work allows you to analyze your decisions. What are the next things I need to do to move forward if I was an investor in this business? And this could take any shape you know. But the point is, is that allows you to think, allows you to just take time out You can go and spend a few days on the beach. If you want to you can go camping you could do a staycationing the beauty of thinking is that you can do it anywhere. Okay. But I like the idea of Diana stepping away a little bit from your environment, your home because reshapes your mind and forces you to feel like this is something new. Let me take advantage of it an even if you just do this once a quarter, every three months, it's going to make a huge. Difference, it's going to allow you to come back after that weekend fully charged ready to go with a different perspective to go strong for the next ninety days or so, and you can do it more frequently. If you wish the next thing I recommend is that you make sure you covet your calendar Covet, your time a lot of us we open up our calendar to anybody in anybody who wants to grab time from it do not do this because then you're prioritizing everybody else's problems a needs versus yours, and you don't give yourself enough time to get anything done in there for you feel stressed out and your to do list keeps growing and growing.
"Welcome to kids myths and Mysteries. I'm your host can't come today cloaked in secrecy or overshadowed by current events. It would seem the only thing on the news today is our political situation as we approach election for President of the United States. And then of course, we have our economic debacle and fifty four million people who are food insecure not to mention some very serious changes in the weather. These have overshadowed something if you've watched or listened to the news you may have noticed the occasional use of the phrase. We didn't want to panic the American people. The truth is those words usually come out of the mouth of a politician who didn't want to face the backlash of his constituents over a particular decision. He made what if there was something that was real and not a political Ploy or conspiracy theory something that could kill you that have been closed off. Secrecy or overshadowed by today's events and it's only now being acknowledged as a threat still played down though. That's something that's a disease. It's a fungus no less than the common name. The one you hear used in the news is candida. Auris as the time of this podcast it remains drug-resistant. It also remains virtually unknown. It is rarely caught early because it's early symptoms are fever and chills that don't improve after antibiotic treatment think for a moment how many times you've gotten a fever sweat it out. So I mentioned candida. Auris is a fungus yeast is a fungus that lives in the body generally a fungus cannot Thrive or grow in the body's ninety-eight-point-six degree temperature that candida. Auris can or body is a sealed system. Candia artists can live on the skin fairly harmless lie, but if a cut is infected, Did with it or it is introduced into the blood it will be fatal in recorded cases. Those that have been diagnosed with candida. Auris and the blood have died within ninety days of the diagnosis wage in one case. It was determined that the hospital room of the victim of candida. Auris was contaminated with the fungus. It was on the hospital bed rails to Sheetz the doorknobs. It was also determined that standard disinfectants used to clean hospital rooms had no effect on the fungus because it can live on the skin. This means a doctors and nurses have to find a way to eliminate the risk of contaminating patients just like the FBI with its Ten Most Wanted list the CDC has an urgent threat list and candida. Auris is at the top of that list or wage was until the coronavirus surfaced yet. This super fungus is not new in emerged in Venezuela that appeared in Spain india-pakistan then turned up in South Africa job. In the United States has been detected in New York, New Jersey in Illinois. So how many in the United States have been affected one of the problems with researching something that is cloaked in secrecy and overshadowed by the coronavirus is getting accurate figures. I have been given a number ranging from thirteen cases to over 700,000 truth more than half. The people the contract candy ours died within ninety days. So the death rate is either 6 or 7 or 350,000 researchers say that as the climate in certain areas has increased or changed or heated up candida. Auris has adapted to the point that it can live in the human body. They have found that it is also related to agriculture as more antifungals are applied to plants to keep them from rotting in these plants are consumed and the incident of candida auris infection. Will increase the fungus can be found on meets manure fertilized vegetables. Although there is no cure for an individual that is infected hospitals are adapting a type of robot that uses pulsating violet light that removes microorganisms including candida. Auris for the average American researchers say it is best to consume organic fruits and vegetables. That's avoiding the rampant use of fungicides that contribute to the search in this drug-resistant
3 Ways to Level Up Google Ads with Vincent Beima
"Has up athletes today I want to talk with you guys about dynamic search ads, which is a very awesome tool inside Google ads which can give you additional insights and keywords insertions rich. You wouldn't have thought of in the first place and I'm going to give you three major keys that can help you get more impact with your dynamic search campaigns. So first of. All, the always WanNa make sure that you're excluding your brand keywords what I see also with a bigger agencies that they tend to forget it or not do it on purpose so that you'll get an idea of that dynamic search ads are actually performing better than they should. Because what you do not want is when you're dynamic shirts as Bob that your brand traffic is being filtered. Through, the dynamic search ads so dad went somebody uses the word Nike going to be found by ANNEX SEARCH ADS campaign. Why? For a few reasons? First of all? You're brand at has always more click real estate because you can put all these sightings endeared has more titles and description rules in general than your dynamic search ads. So it's better that you WANNA fill it straight to your brand campaign. Secondly, your brand assets are the most relevant to your branded intent traffic. So you WanNa make sure that you find the right way also, you get a higher click through rate. and. Thirdly, you'll have a complete overview of your brand growth without any skewed data. that's when you make sure that you exclude on all your campaign. So number one campaigns and also your DA campaigns, your brand keywords make sure you do that. So you have a good overview of how your brands performing. Then second one interestingly is leveraging remarketing for search at errorless aid, but decided for similar audiences. So I expected you're already familiar with how you can leverage your current audiences for search. Here you can give bid adjustments to your current audiences that have interacted with before but here's the kicker. Google automatically creates similar audiences to all the on you create in your Google or in your Google ads. Audience Manager. So by creating a bunch of audience and especially true if you have a lot of volume in traffic, the is as you create the more Google creates a similar audience to debt. So if you are using, let's say a loss of seven days audience. This means you can make bid adjustments for people that have already been on your website and lost seven days. But if we're using similar to audiences, we can now leverage audiences that are not specifically have been interacting with you. So it works both ways on one way. You could see the same traffic addict uses with my keywords. Yes. But on the other side Goule has specifically. Made. His list with people have a similar behavior towards that same audience and this can be very powerful. So it's a it's kind of like a hidden missing, but these audience have been pretty much successful for us with our clients accounts. So I'm just going to give you a few of these best-performing audiences that we've used where Gould and creates a similar audience to which we have leveraged in glass. So we have the lost day. So the last twenty, four hours, basically seven days, fourteen days thirty, sixty, ninety days obviously all add to cart. Audiences we have the converting audiences of everybody have already purchased, and then we also have one with new users those on his work. The best. So again, tested out if you have the ability, if you have a lot of traffic stands to work very well for us and then lastly Allensbach two guys about if you're going to use dynamic search ads and what it does, it simply crawls the page and gives you knew inside like DC. Type of keywords can match with your pages and it will create a dynamically created headline towards that at. With. The specifically indicates that it picks. So when you start off with this and you already have a bunch of keyword campaigns lined up what did you do not want is that starts cannibalizing from your current setup. Because then it's going to be influencing your quality score and is going to influence in your relevancy. So you want make sure it's actually that you exclude all your current keywords so that specifically funnels traffic to write campaigns, but it's going to be very time consuming. You don't want to do that. So that's why we're talking here about a script that automatically does that for you so it automatically selects. That you have in Craig's list for ADN excluded under Nick Search F. and it keeps you dynamically rolling. So it's not something that you have to keep doing. It just keeps on running as a script on itself. That's is linked down below in the comments. So this article, three major keys for to step up your dynamic search ads campaign.
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"ninety day" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Now in many president trump citing security concerns announced a ban on U. S. companies trading with one way the Chinese telecoms giant is a market leader crucial in the global rollout to five G. mobile internet technology in US companies a crucial in qual a supply chain partly thanks to pressure from the tech giant's Mr trump delayed implementation of the trade ban by ninety days today the ninety days are up let's speak life to rowing that's how he was global business executive and senior fellow at the truck at school of management Ryan good to have you with us on me state we were hearing it on useless in that at president trump seems to be indicating that there's unlikely to be another reprieve is that how you feel it's gonna guy well I mean there was mixed reports right there the commerce secretary came out and leave there is the kind of rumors that they were going to extend it for another ninety days but president trump was so clear on Sunday saying he he pretty much stated that he doesn't want to do business with while way which obviously contradicts what he just said with a with the U. S. ministry did let did last week with coming office some terrace and being able to provide some relief for consume U. S. consumers into the holiday season this obviously if he sticks to the ninety days and not give it giving while another nine days will provide a lot of disruption when it comes to supply chain companies like Intel and I'll you know obviously the fact that we're ignoring that China would be very upset about this again and this would be going back to kind of what led to the truce was to be able to have a conversation and if you recall ninety days ago before the June meeting from the president that country had no soccer it was fierce rhetoric from China to the US about how unfair they're saying sanctions to while away when it comes to though is U. S. companies you mention Intel as an example how deep does it got how much of a hit with the I. B. taking if they could no longer do business with Wally huge hit I mean you're talking about does not smartphone you're talking about you know the telecom industry that while ways leading and obviously that check me aching piece I mean the CEO of Intel's come out as pretty much stated that you know this is a kind of their like Intel would be Reparata would be taking a huge hit behind that and not only that it's become such an issue before the ninety days at the tech leaders had actually had a conversation with them the trump administration and you can imagine one of the reasons August ninety day kind of relief was to provide these business leaders to kind of some time to figure out what they were going to do and I still don't think that they figure what plan B. looks like wow way obviously in the last ninety days have been trying to avoid you know like the Google the Google a platform in those kind of perspectives are rolling out their own platform but it's not fast enough and may be did the did these mixed messages perhaps shows that there are different schools of thought within the administration within the government they might have different motivations in different bits about government to do a different thing when it comes to this decision well because I like the U. K. the US has been doing this for the last two years since comes within the ministration he'll say one thing and his minister his actual ministration will say another thing and that's been kind of the the pattern and the rhetoric and I feel a lot you know logic and kind of what the US administration has done over the past few weeks you would assume that they're gonna provide another ninety days of an extension and again the slight chance that they go with trump's rhetoric that they are done doing business with while way that would obviously because a lot more up and down to the wood to Wall Street this week Ryan thanks very much for explaining that Ryan Patel from the truck a school of management yep the headlines the Iranian tanker and the hallway deadline of top two stories also demonstrations over the weekend in Hong Kong that's in the news and later today the German chancellor and good medical is going to trance travel to the border between Austria and Hungary to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the first breach in the Iran couldn't she'll be joined by the Hungarian president Viktor Orban of course is rather keen on putting pulls up rough.
"ninety day" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Your thirty sixty ninety day expectations you have them signing accountability agreement which is a little employee agreement an employment agreement and you go from there. There are varying levels <music> of complexity to the on boarding process as you guys know. My sister does this for a living for one of the big three banks and she's more than busy about fifty hours a week of designing more. It's all encompassing on boarding protocols for the bank so there's lots of things lots of different ways that we can go it can start with the actual <hes> hiring process <unk> screening process all the way through <hes> what what normally H._r.. Would do and we're usually wearing that hat in our practices so that the those tactical chips have been covered and we will review those as this top goes on <music> but we wanted to talk a little bit more about soft skills integration of things like prepping the team for a new hire and the psychology that goes into those sorts of <hes> the transition this prepping the team so i WanNa talk about both preparation oven for the T.. Actually which is on you ought <unk> which is on you which is on them and then as important of course interaction interaction with the new member new person that's going to be joining so is extremely important. Let's take biggest Sikkim big step back and think about why are we doing. We're doing this. We're hiring this person because as we have capacity issues because we have greater demand than we do supply of people so since <unk> became too so even that we're dealing with a capacity issue in tells us immediately that sold in this capacity the issue is an investment increasing capacity is always an investment so consequently we need.
"ninety day" Discussed on 790 KABC
"To a M. seven ninety day ABC it is exhausting to to to at the top they are from the caliber news group or a talk to Susan challenge also Howard Jarvis tax association she's gonna tell us how California plan to track your children of sound I don't know I was reading that story and I'm not happy about bottlenecks earlier we're gonna talk to this woman who chronicled a memoir about schizophrenia one I self maybe this is how I persuaded by telling his real story has just so obvious to me but I guess the average person who doesn't know this of course if you're Davis in here from red state and this is once my comic collateral hi I agree with I believe his chair yes I do not I do not like that turned community of color or people of color and I work in you know I do a lot of community organizing and work here a broad and it's like that's the new is turned and I tell my closest friend when I'm meeting with other African Americans our children do not use that term in front of me wow because we're not a box of crayons yes yeah we just have to be careful but what's interesting is I I was working with a couple of calls from the to range in unity that we've been working together here in the California area and we had a very interesting conversation and I'm not gonna say from the whole entire Korean community but this particular person who's very slow and she told me that we were not minorities want meaning African American yes so there was this believe that after so what will define what a minority years is that what she thought it was our she said it was Korean coming over to America and the Latin American right who says it's only see American so you're just like a right yeah exactly so I had to we got into this in love we got into the CD version and I said no says you need to track your history and I I think that's that's part of the miscommunication about African American is that our history was not properly there's not given we're not yeah well as we've been saying it and there's not a proper good language describing yeah I have Sir agree that are all I've been by the way yeah I'm an educated man I've only recently it's only come into focus from yeah recently that's insane yeah I feel so guilty about that I all things with it thank you so much I I am totally of degree with everything you said it was a very interesting so I recently did a project I'm very proud of it I I need a short film about Harriet Tubman and it was a re imagining her time in as an action hero and I did it it's a bit fictionalized but based on you know her true life because she was like a super bad **** but a lot of people don't know all of the bad **** thing she did they don't know like to the extent we are we see Harriet Tubman as having had rap and she's a frail old lady and she let some people through the underground rail road but she was a spy she was a nurse she they called the general she did all kinds of stuff and I thought why don't we get why don't we give some of these black heroes the American hero treatment the same treatment we give to like we we lie and eyes the founding fathers if there were a founding mother of America would be Harriet Tubman why don't we why don't my kids come home in February and I said what have you learned at but for black history month the school and they say nothing but they know that it's pride month yeah yeah and there are rainbows all over the sidewalks and now in California we teach gay quote history in the classrooms they have won their marketing more black Americans did not win the marketing war why is that you thing because you didn't push hard enough or or why do why is that why be part of it is is the thing that we've been talking about this whole time this idea of co opting culture so constantly we are being pandered to to that that young black and so creative and you're such a poor part of this country and then you know we get vanilla ice and then we get like you know that we get all this press become we get Elvis Presley becomes a part of quote white culture or American culture and people forget words for you you don't always Presley a lot of people don't know Chuck Berry yeah or what's her name I carried a Steve help me the famous blues guitarist female black woman as a result of Thor all right okay yeah she's yeah that's Waller like anything and I'm not I don't mean to be accusatory I'm I'm not saying that that everyone does this but but that's what happens and it's nice I black black history is American history and that's important that I had with a slow nod yes exactly right I this is our baby a repair mission is that's the ultimate American story only true the nights free comic sh thing and is Mike I don't know your is the one story that is uniquely hours yes that's what I want yeah I don't think no other store there may be some but not such and such a big scale that with such tremendous influence on our culture at large our history that's the one core story and it started at the beginning with the stupid compromise and it started but in that this is the other thing it started with all American so it's a black and white has for our fate are intertwined for ever yeah and we left that break us apart if we did it right like drew you're talking about let's let's wrestle this language and let's let's really wrestle with these ideas of we could do it right if we can figure out to do it right yeah we can all share that history positive instead of using it as a as a dim divider be right back more with your day was from red stately entry Dutch troops.
"ninety day" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"There you know if if ninety day fiance was realistic every everybody there will be dominican ninety day fiance that's what you call niggers that's in the army modified oh i take care of my charger oh troops you know what i'm saying you can't really say anything bad about the troops prayers and thoughts and prayers thoughts you gotta be like respect you figure services says that's why because i met her do i love on therapy session and those dude in their an i had this same shit on and he was like no like producing show yeah your problem a huge fan bro you know what i'm saying is the chapter kyle you know what i'm saying he's out there saying he's a special operations sniper fattening call of duty he would like to know but he had on before he was just like oh it wasn't no stolen valor 'cause he would kick the shit out of accident with things like how would how would cause i go ex military people that were halfway people being today so this came up in conversation whatever now here's the unwashed seattle mad like the dynasty british a wild as well but an accidental yeah now he's legit and then what behind me i did i felt mac corny saying it but i'll just like i had a bounce i'll just go thank you for your service is i i wrote my apparently young veterans don't appreciate or maybe it's just got shot the man i mean it depends with the service was there you know i mean do you i got deployed to afghanistan sam three times marine unlike active combat like you know what i'm saying greens on shit knicks got murdered all that i mean no disrespect but i mean i survived the battle ski twice true in south of the battle versus the job they're very derrick rose to forty four news at six of us back into a house with a box cutter we survive that right about allusion they knew what i'm saying they've got a vet gaza strip is my grandmother wants to what i'm saying ovonic his hat with the core mega tape on the age range that's it and i mean you know what i'm saying you know you mix chase you into the building you think nobody got the kid on the roof cu yeah and then they run up on the roof alarm goes off the ship everybody saw scrambling they accidentally somebody just doing the roof shorties how she got utah leaving you've been there for four hours your mask among train here you know that's really a cutter topic of sandown oh the problem by like like inside job like a new car for up you locate a problem is a cool experience one edgy payment new team or is it just the way for cash become rats after we say things that we should really be available when a case he lost it was like you were saying set out to do like we're transitions on you showed shot them anyway moving moving south of my yankees yeah yeah something like twenty six games with a home run it doesn't matter way too early in the season for that matter but i feel like at the end the season where he's not the houston or the twins we got chopped hollowell houston to you every day to tell you the functional and say oh my god you know how great a yankee parade will be it will be watching it we'd be on the flow joe dc whether nipples his heart is in your handled his hair let's say oh my god no shirt on the real body just win a dominican flag as a as a garment and they got no reason backfill mean i i don't know like suck my dick the.
"ninety day" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling
"You have to show up once in a while you have to think beyond ninety day cliffs. Yeah. I think it's really over looked like something that like covering dipped in the book is really leveraging off your existing customers. As well such. So that's something. I think companies don't do enough. All right, and they don't institutionalize referral selling. The moving so fast and that. Yeah, they chase him at Kodaly number where we should be spending time really working with Alexander customers, making sure they getting great value at about product, they're achieving the our why they expected they'd got the utilization and out of that hopefully creating customer advocates. That will drive referrals, and you know, back should be out gross agent. And usually at least equally at least Aaquil e with the prospecting portion. But that the prospecting portion it's tends to be a big glamorous. Maybe it's a bit more tangible or has been tangible in the past you make a thousand Kohl's get hundred appointments. He get ten deals or something. But we know that doesn't hold any more. But the prospecting gets too much attention versus taking care of customers. That's the pits. You think oh, you get that person? You get the meeting you'll give a proposal you close it. But very few products sell that way. Absolutely not getting engaged with not just the end user of the product. But the people who get the outcome of it the people who have to finance it. The people have to manage it. And so many companies don't understand this complexity, and I get into this argument with people all the time because they call something a buyer's journey, but no company teaches people how to buy stuff and disrupt their business. That's not a course. No, I agree. And that's where we can bring some value. Right..
"ninety day" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"ninety day" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Think that would be a little an inappropriate just because it's nice to see a little diversity up here i worked so i i work at enterprise a couple of days out of the car and so one of my one of my coworkers he was a student at the time he's from connecticut and he just he he decided he was going to move back to his family and whatnot but oh my god we we got along famously black black very dark skinned black and we got along famously for one reason because i i was constantly throwing stereotypes at him really he loved it he's like piece i i don't get that example what do you mean you through a stereoty would laugh he would he would shoot a basket into a garbage basket and i would stop and give the eyebrow he knew exactly where i was going with it and he would just he he loved it he did say he did say he had one racist encounter while he was here in kenya walking down main street in some redneck some hick was just standing out there he was obviously drunk yep and he's just standing there swain and this guy in my friend kept getting closer and closer and closer to him and finally he was right next to the guy the guy was f obama that was ridiculous that's all he said he says that was he said that didn't you david happened i'll give another story but he but he was there was one thing he missed that he missed being around black people yeah and he just wanted to get back to to that environment i can i can understand i'll give you another story so i went to jail back in twenty eleven for standing in front of a police car and civil disobedience went to jail for what was the ninety day sentence ended up spending fifty eight days in there and there was a black guy who was in my cell block this this wasn't the security guard this was actually well there was actually a black ceo corrections officer who ended up actually quitting his job and then being this keynote speaker keen benching right after that and that was pretty awesome his name's brian ended up leaving the area moving moving to pittsburgh and he's actually a like a science fiction author or something like that interest in kind of a fiction author but anyway i'm talking about the guy in the cell block with me as a as an inmate his name is johnny and here's a muslim and so we did some studying of muslim things together that was when i read the koran while i was in there and there was also at one point an actual like white supremacist kind of gang member who has in in the the same cellblock tat's and stuff like kkk forget how it came to my attention that that he was a white supremacist kind of dude but i can tell you this he did not have much in the way of friends in that cell block there was not like any kind of division where the whole cell block was against the black guy favorite johnny didn't have friends at a kkk k guy the the white supremacist guy he he seemed to be kind of on his own he was not necessarily like a well liked person within their and johnny the the black guy seemed to get along fine with pretty much everybody in the cellblock so that would tell me like if indeed keen was like some unusually racist place if you're in jail you're going to see it right because that's where you see racism is when you're in these these government institutions and a lot of cases where people will divide off by the color of their skin in this case the black i didn't have any problem socializing and how old is johnny at the time i'd say he was my contemporary so early thirties you're talking about the school system and and the kids being on a little on edge but the one black kid that you were talking about black guy and he was also my age he was maybe in his thirties as well so these young snowflakes i really do believe that they have they've been here in this argument so often and so many times that they really do walk on eggshells when it comes to dealing with minorities and not just black in jail it's not really a thing right like if this is your race history i'm talking about talking about.
"ninety day" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
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"ninety day" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Have a sixty ninety day campaign starting probably mid august the drums in sharp contrast between who we are and who the left is just just take the economic growth we should be in every african american every day pointing out this is the lowest black unemployment in history isn't that a good thing wouldn't you like to party that actually blood you jobs instead of the part of the food stamps and we gotta have the gusty to every american win the campaign you you will remember when i first ran the year i finally one i was behind fifty one thirty seven in september when george h w bush ram as well as president he was behind by nineteen points in may and one by eight points man tober in november which means one and reformer switched their position campaigns matter and we can't wages six straight months campaign there's elite media hates us so much and they're going to distort an attack everything we done so strongly so we just need to tear up about a sixty to ninety day campaign and you'll remember because you were there we did not launch the contract with america to midseptember 'cause we knew if we launched it too early but the new york times and others would destroy it so i think good advice the campaign i think we can win the camping mr speaker i know late for you there thank you for being with us eight hundred nine four one sean our tollfree number sarah carter attorney.
"ninety day" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And winchester and we wanted to plant trees for shade wondering what's the best trees because i did go to cover local nurseries and they i felt like i was being ripped off so really how so so i asked him questions about the trees and he was in very specific you might just sell me the biggest treat and the biggest container and the warranty was on the ninety day warranty and i mean i said why home depot home depot armstrong a lifetime warranty and he's like well no we don't do that and then i was like okay so i got kind of turned off i wanted something with a little more credibility a little more you know knowledge of what was going on of course home depot doesn't have the knowledge but they do have the warranty and nurseries i couldn't find one close enough that i would that just felt like i was okay with all right so here's a couple of things you heard me do a moon valley commercial earlier today don't buy into the whole feeble.
"ninety day" Discussed on WLAC
"Was yet a ninety day vacation here it's nice nice does seem that way doesn't it does and for him and stewart i'm sure they both or going to feel like that and then by about half way through the show they're gonna feel like they never had a vacation that's just i would work law zulia geez isn't it time for vacation again triple eight seven to seven back uh job numbers are good unemployment is down to four point one percent you know they can manipulate that a little bit but actually these seem to be fairly real numbers it seems like employment uh a lot of the a lot of businesses a lot of employers are saying they're having a hard time getting people into even apply for jobs because everybody's got one supposedly and so a hundred and forty eight thousand jobs were added in december which seems a little low defeat for a december number 'cause you got the holiday workforce in their two hundred forty thousand seems just a tad light um so that's going on the waco they were talking a little bit about the uh wasn't wasn't starting there was talking about the weather gog health earning a little bit dahlia round the country so i mean yeah that's a little could be one possible scenario possibly uh also we've been talking global warming today because al gore is a as back who to tell us that the cold is brought on by warm i just i don't know how people by in i really don't in it in a lot of the people that you know this consensus that they have most of those people who go along for the ride with al gore are not they're not climate people they they don't know anything about whether they're not meteorologists summer in some meteorologists who jumped on that bandwagon don't want to get off because now the look the looked like they were wrong which they are but al gore went on record last night to say that yet this cold this is exactly what we told you was common is extreme cold no that's not what you said was coming what you said was no snow and then warmer winters that's what you said was coming that we're going to have to explain torch children i will never forget this we're going.
"ninety day" Discussed on The ONE Thing
"Right is a task list i don't do i don't do with i keep it all my energy so i think those are the two i call me the inherent barriers for uh i think they're overcome a bowl and i think you know get people to try it uh i i think if they can see this quickly then i think that would be the key the kind of getting them getting them on board staying on board okay i'm gonna make it might take a leader to say look we're doing this like you ever do a ninety day trial with this what goes supposed to learn this goes to the uh go through the paces in and tell me if you don't feel more productive more focused now you see which way the uc being more effective having each person have to sign up for this individually so that they have skin in the game or that business invest in you know an exmember of seats and then you guys get to run it together i think it's exnumber seats i think if the latter going for doing it together the income robbery there you know if i i think a leader could set the expectation they were doing this uh now of course we want to sell it no one commander controls were doing this but you're the reason but because we can influence a group of people to to kind of make it happen and learning together like there's a workshop it says okay well what what are the team gold for the year but what are the someday goals oh all right so dan let's work that back to the now and then what mike soul well what's mike list look like versus more versus alex forgiven.