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Southwest Airlines Flights Thrown Into Disarray by Technical Problems
"Airlines, an airline spokesman says planes are back in the air. After a roughly one hour ground stop. This afternoon, the FAA grounded flights because of problems with the airlines computer system. Southwest cancel at least 500 flights with another 1500 flights They've all told Half the flights were affected Be Wi Marshall was most impacted in our area, according to flight, aware almost 160 flights delayed and over 50 cancel compared with a handful at Reagan National and Dulles, the airline also at a similar tech glitch last night, but a spokesperson says it does not appear the airline was hacked. The Southern Baptist
Interview With the Rusty Pilot, Pat Brown
"What's up. Wally bobby how are you. I'm great at this week. We are all about the rusty pilot with us again on the show. Two-time guest pat brown the texas. You can fly ambassador. Welcome back to the show pat. Thanks bob appreciate over three. Pardon me this is number three visit for this is number three or visit than the live show and now rusty pilot so pats men a friend in a i would call him a co worker through through the flight school that i own and recently we had the opportunity to rusty pilot seminar together. We did and i learned a lot as a not so rusty pilot. But someone who doesn't get fly all the time and thought to be a great opportunity to put together a show. Maybe two parts depending on how long this conversation goes to talk about. How do we get a lot of aviators back into the right seat. Left seat if they have been flying in a while pat. You do this all the time. What what are some of the things that you would like to share with people that are out there that may have not flown in a year or more. Well you know. I think Obviously i worked for a oh. Pa so that's going to be the first top of mind thing and the rusty pilot program that we that we offer It we can We do a number of seminars. every month These are webinars right. Now we're back to doing live things but that would be the the primary first of all decide that you want to get back in the air and then take advantage of the rusty pilots seminar. Because that provides you the minimum that sixty one dot fifty-six which is the regu- talks about flight reviews. That's the that requires that takes care of the minimum one hour of ground school that required for For your flight review In reality if you've been out for awhile it's probably gonna take more than an hour and even even when i'm doing these rusty pilot seminars. Tell people look when you go and hire local flight instructor to fly with you. They're still want to sit down and talk to you a little bit and make sure that you remember all these cool things that we just talked about right so that that would be probably the biggest one right there but they gotta make the decision. They want to get back into it.
Why Now Is the Best Time to Break Into Freelance Web Design
"We're talking all about how you fight issue can break into freelance. Web design to build reliable monthly recurring revenue. So john share with us. Why now today is the best time to start a freelance web design biz. Absolutely i mean now. More than ever every business entrepreneur. Everyone that wants that go into business needs a website. I mean that's one big thing. That code code showed everyone just how important their online presences and one of the secrets is folks are not just looking for a website. They also need that expert with great service and communication on their side to be the go between Between you know the tech companies or the hosting company keep their website up and running and crazy so my co teacher the co founder of the course kelly. A her an eye for both of us. Twenty twenty was actually one of our best years ever. Despite the pandemic and twenty twenty one is not slowing down and other agency owners that i talked to in other freelancers. The the story is the same. And it's just a great time to hop in for we have one student who two years ago was working in. Hr for a metal company in nashville. She had a one hour commute each way to her job. Even though on the weekends it took like fifteen minutes to get to her job and so really. She was working fourteen ten hour days like six. Am to six pm with those commutes included and she had a seven level underground parking garage that she would park again. Meanwhile her husband was a home. Music producer in nashville booking sessions when he wanted to going on tour sometimes with me. We play in a band together and before taking our core she would call herself. The least tech savvy person around and in a year's time she took our course built her design business to a point where she can leave her full time job and now she's completely booked With jobs in the pipeline. And it's only going to increase as companies move more towards online that online presence and online stores. That's going to be a huge key going forward. So that's why. I think now's probably the best time ever and i'm sure people say that a lot but it really is. Kobe really opened the door to the importance of your online
Smart Devices Are Listening to More Than Our Words
"Picture this. You're not feeling so hot and you say to your smart speaker robot. i'm hungry and then you cough and the device says would you like a recipe for chicken soup and then by the way. Would you like to order. Cough drops with one hour. Delivery is the scenario laid out in one of amazon's patents and it shows how voice recognition technology could be used to learn things about us beyond the words. We say to our devices like whether we're sick or depressed joe toronto. A communications professor at the university of pennsylvania writes about all of this and his new book. The voice catchers. I asked him if the technology is there yet. We'll companies believe it's very sophisticated. They think that by using technologies that look at the sound that you have also they'll say syntax and sometimes in combination with the actual words you use they think it helps them Sell and make people feel better. How do they know where they get. The data from amazon. Pretty close lipped about it.
Heeding Complaints, Biden Lifts Refugee Cap to 62,500
"On monday. President joe biden lifted the refugee cap to sixty two thousand five hundred after initially keeping the record low limit of fifteen thousand set by former president trump so this effectively raises the number of refugees who can be admitted to the united states through september of this year. Okay the last president. Julio that actually raised the number it was george. H w bush a republican little history lesson. They're like so. Let's just say sixty two thousand better than fifteen thousand navidad. Okay okay now. We also saw this thing which was a little weird right. We began to see families being reunited under the bite. Administration's task force program to find and reunite separated families. This is good. We're going to talk a little bit about the performative nature of that in a second and how we feel about it but the truth is is that there are still over. Twenty two thousand five hundred migrant children who were unaccompanied who are in this government's custody and we're seeing the biden administration talk about immigration kind of like. Oh we're done been there done that it saw. I know it's like what yeah right. So here's how white house press secretary who so in touch with this issue. Not oh jen. Sacchi out said on tuesday. After four years of an immigration system rooted in destructive and caddock policies president biden is taking the challenge head on and his building a fair orderly and humane immigration system. That's our objective and wanted to provide a couple of Data pieces of data. You may have seen but they've come out since the last time. We had a briefing in here. At the end of march there were more than five thousand children. Customs and border protection patrol stations today. That number is approximately six hundred. The amount of time children spend cbc's facilities is down by seventy five percent from one hundred and thirty one hours at the end of march two under thirty hours now. Clearly we're not done. There's a lot of work ahead. Migration is a dynamic and evolving challenge But the president has a plan. And we're working on implementing it
Families Wait to Hear of Loved Ones Who Work at Indy FedEx Facility
"The airport this morning. Eight people shot Killed by a person who walked into the facility. Chris Davis with more the call was just after 11 last night as officers arrived. They came in contact with an active shooter incident. I MPD Officer Jin, a. Cook at a press conference early this morning shooter has taken his own life. I 70 was shut down for the first hour of the investigation did close down the interstate to allow Unrestricted access to emergency responders. Indiana State police Sergeant John Pariah in people with family who worked at FedEx, who had not been able to get in contact with him were asked to go to the Holiday Inn Express parking. What MPD provided a chaplain and other help Chris Davis 93. W I. B C mobile new police expected to give another update and
Wake Up And Dance With Claudia Colvin
"Today we're going to be checked into the kovin. She's the founder of. Nobody's watching an online don's party organization. They also not challenges. We're going be chatting about anxiety and how great dances so welcomes mentally ause nodia. Thanks so much for joining us. We appreciate you coming on. Thanks so we're gonna best about don. So can you tell us a bit about your business and also yourself yes. I'll start from my business. So it's nobody's watching. And the way operates now is quite different to how it started. Obviously like many. Johnson fitness instructors have had to adapt to a pandemic weld but originally it was just born from my love for dancing and the fact there as i was getting older i wasn't really finding the same occasions to dance as when i was of Uni student and i was really really missing it. So originally i was doing silent disco vents in london and they were aimed people who love to dance but deputy. He went to make a huge night outs of it so it was just one hour and really uplifting songs and just have fun basically instead of going to the gym for an hour. Doing your for now is just an hour a freestyle dancing and it's really uplifting greater Two walkout and then when When the pandemic hit. I had to think quickly and adopt. I was quite alien. Counseling my vents. Actually on the eleventh of march. I can't do my impasse in events moved online. And since then i've been doing online dance classes and effectively very similar to what i was doing before but just online and without retarded discreet headphones. At more recently. I started something which has really been very successful and has spread and grown a lot. Which is the up and dance challenge. And so that's just ten minutes three songs starting your day with adults on its release. Easy accessible There's no you know you can't do it wrong. It's through january of just finished effect today. Wake up and dance challenge and it's just a really big difference. Anyone who's having a tough time in lockdown. So that's that's what's that's what's happening with. Navies what she
Hideki Matsuyama has four-shot lead going into Sunday’s Masters final round
"Three here. At the eighty fifth masters is in the books. And what a day for high decky matsuyama. He entered the day at four under par and after shooting thirty on the second. Nine saturday leaves as the leader of the masters heading into sunday's final round matsuyama the two thousand eleven low amateur here at the masters. He's the first player from japan to ever hold the lead at the masters after any round he shot a seven under par sixty five to supplant justin rose on the leaderboard rose made save after save after save on second nine to card an even par seventy two. He enters sunday four shots back of matsuyama tied at seven under with zander. Shafi markley shman and will zella taurus. The tournament was delayed by weather for one hour and seventeen minutes when the final pairing was on the seventh green when play resumed at five fifteen pm eastern time the change in pace on the greens stymied rose and zella taurus and justin thomas while matsuyama was a force after his round. Matsuyama said before the horn. Blue for weather. I didn't hit a good drive but after the restart i hit practically every shot. Exactly how i wanted to during the hour break. Matsuyama said he sat in his car and checked his cellphone. He said it's a new experience being the leader going into the final round of a major. And all he can do is relax and what he plans to do is relaxed as much as possible. Saturday night. Prepare will and do his. Very best on sunday
Expert: Chauvin never took knee off Floyd's neck
"A prosecution witness in the Minneapolis police trial says it looks like the officer never let up from George Floyd's neck for the entire night and a half minutes a use of force expert from Los Angeles police sergeant Jody Steiger says based on a review of the video evidence of officer Derek Chauvin restraining George Floyd with his name on Mr Floyd's connect and also has left me homeless with neck and his right knee on most flights back then asked for how long nine minutes and twenty nine seconds Steiger testified he found the use of force to be excessive defense attorney Eric Nelson countered there appear to be moments when the knee came off the neck a a desk sergeant Steiger about responding to that type of call you hear a scuffle on the radio you hear we're taking one hour and you get dispatch code three audio courtesy of court TV a state forensic scientist also testified pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found inside the SUV I'm Jackie Quinn
Audioburst CEO Amir Hirsh on the Benefits of the 'Burst'
"Know you rabbit hole trying to find if you put in A good search engine like what you guys have over there and audio burst the kind of homes in on what you're looking for so you don't get a lot of hodgepodge out there. Why is that so much. Challenge out there and how did you. How did you and your company Overcome that challenge to to make it make it more more easier. More user friendly win ones are searching for different content so when we look at that problem we mapped multiple challenges that exist in audio mailing or that doesn't exist in texts and in other mediums mainly texts that we're accustomed to today In discovering and finding audio there are several challenges. One audio is usually produced in long forms. It's the thirty minutes or one hour. Long of a podcast. It's a forty five minute long over show and win. I want to hear something specific. Or even if i want to subscribe to podcasts. I wanna get a taste before. I wanna understand. What is being spoken. I cannot listen to the full show halfway through it. Understand that you know what. That's not exactly what i was looking for. Preferred different opinion or a different type of reporting so the first thing sold is that we've cut it into what we call burst into a short clips into specific items. So when you search. I don't give the beginning of the podcast you're brought to that burst that section that answered your question and you can get the exact answer that you're looking for especially in today's short attention span that humanity has you get the essence of what you're looking for and then you can make the decision whether you want to go the full thing you want to listen to the long form the full show or you want to listen to another result. Perhaps there's a better pocket that will answer your needs so the first challenge that made audio difficult to Fine to discover was to make it more concise to the point than we thought that by cutting it into bursts.
Deaths spiral: Americas spike in murders
"With the attention of the world media focused on the pandemic last year. it may have seemed as if there were fewer of the mass shootings for which america has become notorious this year. Lamentably there's no mistaking the trend on march sixteenth gunman in atlanta apparently targeted asian-americans. Grisly new details tonight. The atlanta spa shootings tax three massage parlours. In the northern suburbs of the city eight people were murdered. Roughly one hour six of them. Asian women days later ten more deaths at a supermarket in colorado shooting house claimed at multiple lives as the police put it in boulder. We had a very tragic incident today. Here at the king supers There was loss of life second mass shooting with multiple deaths and just one week in this country. Three killed at a house party gone wrong. North carolina six members of the same family in texas a mother and her two children shot by a man who then took his own life in new york. Those murders just in the first week of this month. The pandemic has led to reductions in many types of crime but in america murders seem only to be on the rise. The greatest rise in perhaps half a century twenty twenty was a traumatic year for america. Not only was there the covid nineteen pandemic which at this point is killed. Five hundred fifty thousand people but there was a huge uproar over racial justice in the wake of the deaths of unarmed. Black man in police custody that swept through the country in june injuries. Cologne is the economists. Washington correspondent both those things may have contributed to an extraordinary increase in murder in america and figuring out what trauma twenty twenty clauses increase in violence. I think is going to be really important going forward.
Twitter For List Building With Madalyn Sklar
"One of the things that i saw of is interesting about twitter is would you say it's the place where people really build a personal brand stronger than a business brand so like we are robin kennedy on there as opposed to anything else How does that work. Yeah you can definitely build a very large personal brand on twitter. So it's a level playing field so it allows you to be able to connect with people in in showcase yourself who you are what you do with everyone else on there. So everybody's kind of the same when they're starting at listen. We all started zero when we're on twitter and any other social networks so it's what you do from there to build up. That's really important. What i really love about twitter as well is. It's the fastest moving. Which means the deepest connections can be made fastest. Because it's a fast food. It's not like facebook. You put a thing up and then at some point in the next three weeks someone see your post and will get involved in the conversation. The comments onto an the reply reply reply reply. It's the closest thing to sms text messaging but with otherwise unreachable people which is really awesome so we get people on twitter. And that's lovely then. What we really want to do is move them from twitter to email platform. Because there's a place for being discovered and starring relationships like on onto it and then we want to move over to to all. We can do some deep nurturing nurturing so why some some of the strategies that we can be using an definitely want to know some of the mistakes that people make tried to shift people across as well but how do we even be game thinking about shifting people from twitter to our email list. Well greg question first and foremost you've got to get people to know like and trust you. Nobody's going to pay attention to you. Do anything that you say like. Hey come join my email is. Here's a lead magnet here something great. They're not gonna care if they don't get to know you firs- they like you they see you're likable and trust that you're not going to spam them right so you've got to work on relationship building. I and you know we all know the power of twitter chats as an amazing way to do that right just spinning some time connecting with people getting to know them and sharing your expertise and next thing you know. They're following you and they see hey. This person has a free pdf. I could sign up for and now you're getting them into your email. Listen starting that funnel. So it's really important to spend time nurturing community on twitter. You got you got. You can't just post you can't make it a one way street too. Many people too many brands too many of everyone is out there. Just me me me. Let me just post my stuff and not do anything else. You have to be on there and listen and jump into conversations and talk to people. It's incredibly important okay. Let's talk about jumping into conversations. The think will also go along the idea of and talk about twitter chats and that really means and how how we can take advantage of them later. But how do you like. Someone's having a conversation. You can see this a better crack going on between some people. How do you jump in now without being that so of dickhead. The party just like nobody likes just right then. Tell us what's going on. We don't want to be that drunken buffoon how do we. How do we not be that person yet. Still insert ourselves conversations. Well you can go in and ask a question just kind of slowly immerse yourself into it and not just like hey here i am coming out with me or add value to whatever. The conversation is if you go in and add value. That's really the best thing you can do. But before you do that. I do a quick audit of your twitter account. Make sure you're always good. Make sure you have a great photo a headshot something so that because what happens is once you start jumping in and doing this regularly. The first thing someone's going to do is go. Look at your profile. They're going to be who madeleine. Sklar what is she talking about. Why should i check her out. Why should i follow her. So you really need to have a great profile so it's really best to spin a little time on that. I just do a quick audit. Make sure everything looks good. Make sure you got your dot com if you gotta lead magnet get like a bit link and put that in your bio you know. Hey here's my my free whatever. Xyz and then the link. There's this misconception that you can't put multiple links in your twitter bio and you can you don't want to clutter it up with too many links but you definitely want here. Dot com in the space for the dot com but in your bio is a great strategy to put a small short-leg to yearly maintenance somewhere. If you you investigated using something linked tree or one of the of the plethora of programs for doing that or do you just like a couple of things that go directly to that results than you know really depends on what you're if you've got a lot of resources i think link tree is great for that and is definitely something that can be worth dealing I personally prefer doing billy link when i have some kind of special lead magnet and of even gone a step above that i have a custom. Bit link That you can do. Mine is since my last name is sklar is clearly so sklar dot l. y. And they can be slashed. Whatever i want to be which is super cool. I learned about it years ago. When jay baer was on my twitter smarter podcasts and he was talking about custom. Billy links which is something nobody talks about. Everybody knows about billy to get shorten links. Nobody talks about. Hey you can go. purchase You know something dot l. y. And and jay baer was like you should get your last name. You should be like scholarly. That would be so cool so i ended up doing it and it's been really unique so i use that quite a bit flip. Love licensed probably candidate think belong actually will url honest but we definitely. We've definitely thought about that. So i love that so so we can go in these conversations that we see happening. I suppose the first thing to do is we give some kind of volley that might be saying. Oh he not disagreeing with people and being offensive and stop but we want be in there going. I've done it this way. Add to the conversation. Don't take away from me really important. Just standard be nice stuff People check out your profile. Boston really great okay. A great way again people from a profile now that they're on your profile over lead magnet is bit links short links delete mandates great stuff. Now you mentioned this wonderful thing about until about a year and a half ago. I had never heard of a twitter chat or a tweet chat or a tweet. Our as many names for these things in case anybody's thinking what the hell are you talking about doing this. So of synopsis of what one of these things is absolutely so twitter. Chat is a great way twitter to bring like minded people together so for instance. I host the twitter smarter twitter so every thursday afternoon at one o'clock eastern whole bunch of us just converge on twitter for one hour it revolves around the hashtag. You just gotta make sure you pull up that hashtag and you'll see all the tweets around the hashtag and it just connects you really cool people in there so many twitter chats out there. There's so many different topics and interests so I have found it to be hands down the best way to connect with people on. Twitter is great for relationship building. I've met so many amazing people from this. I met you guys from there So yeah twitter chats is definitely the way to go. I recommend finding some that look interesting. Check them out and become a regular on some of these and try to commit a few hours each week. They're typically one hour away. Each week is typical twitter chat. Yeah most of all like a weekly event. They're like well. I know that every thursday. There's the one. I know that we have our own. Which is email our hashtag. Email every every thursday three. Pm eastern eight pm uk. Time for us. I'm on their throwing questions at people and they're really good. So if if somebody wants to participate in this one of these twitter hours or email in one of these twitter chats what's the best way they can leverage that to build their email list without being obnoxious person in the room saying hey buy from me. How can we participate in those things with and still be cool. Yes it'll be effective such a great question so back to your twitter profile. Be absolutely sure you've got some kind of lead magnet available. Make it really easy for people when they go to your profile to see it. Another strategy is to have a pen. Tweeden and penn tweets great feature on twitter. We can take any tweet. You have out there. And in the settings you can click to pin it stays at the top so someone comes your profile and they they're looking at your bio. They're looking at your lovely pitcher. The very first tweet is going to be. That pen tweeted to your most recent so make sure that tweet is something that kit. They could easily sign up for your manage and get them into your funnel. So when you're on a twitter chat and you're conversing with people and they go look at your profile. They'll easily see all that information. But what you wanna do on the twitter chat is you wanna get on their provide value. You don't want to get on there. They hey sign up for my free thing you wanna get on there and just answer the questions that are being discussed with your take on show that you have expertise and then engage with the guests engage with the host of the
Record-breaking blizzard is worst to hit Denver in nearly 15 years
"In some Western States CBS News meteorologist Jeff Ghirardelli some places like shy in breaking their all time snowfall record and one elevated area reporting over 50 inches of snow with a lot of other places reporting between 36 42 inches of snowfall. It was Denver's fourth largest snowfall ever. One hour left of trading. The Dow was up
Atlanta Weather: Time to lose an hour and gain some sun, possible thunderstorm on Tuesday
"Mostly sunny for the day. Ah, light Westbridge High of 77 Partly cloudy 53 Tonight Tomorrow partly sunny 72 time change tomorrow night we spring ahead one hour and lose an hour of sleep. Mostly cloudy, low 52 overnight, Then Sunday partly sunny 75 20% chance of showers. Sunday night showers likely 62 Monday showers Possibly a thunderstorm Tuesday High of 65 from the access Wdun Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Tom Wetherby. Our day is underway. Looking good right now. Winds calm at the moment as we start a brand new one. Sun's going to set tonight at 6 41 humidity at 80% wins this about non existent as you get around the area, checking out temperatures were seeing him start to slowly move up. Just little by little heart will start of the day at 50 degrees. They're already open 52 degrees Cleveland is holding on the 46. Game till after morning low of 47. We're now at 49 in North Georgia's news Talk W Do you in
CDC says fully vaccinated people can gather indoors without masks
"Got mortgaged news on vaccinations and on CDC guidance earlier today. Doctor to net. Nash Watt are Fox News colleague joined us in the first hour to discuss the implications of what we're learning here is part of that conversation. If you could just walk us through what you heard this morning. What the big takeaways are what the implications are for people. He got so guys, This is really incredible news, and I'm just really excited. Ecstatic about it, because what this tells us it symbolizes that the end is here. It symbolizes that we have control and it gives us social premiums and gives us a taste of them of feet. And when you provide clear and realistic guidance to Americans, that's gonna increase compliance, and it's really going to get a Further where we need to be faster. So I think this is an important, very important step that has been long awaited, and it makes sense that with the first group that she mentioned a beautifully vaccinated and your mom and your parents, your neighbors fully vaccinated. It's okay to be around them indoors in a small group without a mask, But just use your common sense if you're vaccinated and you're around other people. You are not, and they're at high risk. You might want to just be careful where your mask Until that person who is high risk is able to get their vaccine because it's your high risk in the first place. They should be vaccinated. So I know it's a little bit cumbersome, but it's just a matter of time. Remember, by the end of May, everyone is gonna have according to president right and everyone is going to have access to the vaccine on. But this is really very hopeful. Good news. Because we're almost there. We're at the home stretch and it's It's a point to take these these steps because, remember, the vaccine is not 100% effective. Right, but it's I mean, it's awfully close, right? And so you start adding up these numbers, you say Okay, well, because this is one of the things that Doubters will bring up. Well, it's not 100% effective. Well, that's true of almost every vaccine ever. Right. It's it's about managing expectations and managing risk. And we have a disease that is, you know, 99 plus percent survival rate if you get it. Then, if you have most people with vaccines that are between let's say 86 94% effective. The math just gets so much better for society as a whole, and we're back to something close to a normal risk scenario where we've all been living our lives under that type of rest scenario. For years and years. Right, so the vector after the vaccinated, plus vaccinated person, right, So if you've got a small group of people, everyone's been vaccinated. You all can get together in. The CDC is saying it again. This is a recommendation. They don't actually Set policy that doesn't have, you know legal weight, But their recommendation based on what they say is the best science is and that first part, I think is just totally common sense toe toe Average people. If you've got a group of folks who've all been vaccinated, Of course, they should be able to hang out indoors outdoors wherever they want to be. Without masks without social distancing, because they're all safe themselves, and they're safe from each other. The one where I guess it is a little bit. Mork confusing. And if you could just maybe parse out some of this guide us a little bit, doctor. It is the permission that they're giving, or at least in their recommendations. That people who are vaccinated can safely gather with unvaccinated people as well. Talking about vaccinated grand parents and their unvaccinated, you know, families or grandkids, or, you know groups of friends and they're saying be careful. It kind of depends on who the unvaccinated people are. But we're not saying that it is unsafe. For vaccinated people to hang out Now indoors. No, masking know, distancing with some unvaccinated. Others Just spell that a little bit more further. A little bit further for us, please. Yes, that's correct and going back to the first one. Where if you're fully vaccinated, That means you have to be two weeks out from your second dose or two weeks out from the Johnson Johnson because I got to tell you guys this past weekend I had a lot of positive covert patients, and many of them had only had their first dose. Even other symptoms were very mild. So you want to make sure that it's both doses and infinitely two weeks after Second does now when it comes to not wearing your mask. If you're living in the same household with others who are not vaccinated, it is a caveat is those who are not vaccinated in that trustful. They are how rich you might want to take precautions. If they have COPD or diabetes or heart disease. You might want to take precautions. And the thing is, if you're mixing more than one household member, if you're increasing the size of the gathering You're increasing the risk of possible transmission. That's when they're that's when they say. If there's more than one household that you're mixing with, then you might want to consider where in your mask, and they also still recommend everyone avoid medium to large indoor gathering. But if you can't do that, where your mask social distance again Just get more American vaccinated. We have about 9.2%, who are fully backstage about 30 million Americans, which in my opinion is really good at that, with people who are naturally infected. We're almost that, you know. Herd immunity. I really do think we're getting there. So the key is the mixing of the household. If it's more than one helpful on Duren, the harvest situation, maybe having AH co morbidity is common sense. Protect yourself. It's not hard to wear that mask. And to me, it kind of feels like a headline. If you want to boil it down. This does not apply to every single case, but it's like, Hey, Grandma and Grandpa. You're vaccinated. You're fully vaccinated. Go hug your grandkids. It is safe, right and like that, is that such a wonderful thing to see And it's it's just way all knew. That moment was coming in for a lot of people. It's now been here because we've had people getting vaccinated. Out for weeks and months. But to have it now be sort of the broad recommendation of the CDC. That is very exciting. The data among seniors 65 especially 75, plus Thing. Definitely to sort of herd immunity. If you will that level of inoculation among older populations, who are overwhelmingly the most likely to get very seriously ill or die from this disease. We're doing a great job prioritizing those people in a very high percentage. Super super majority of seniors in America are now vaccinated in that number continues to grow. Every day.
Jeffrey Lurie allegedly wants Philadelphia Eagles to build around Jalen Hurts, not a QB competition
"The eagles world today there is a lot of talk as there always seems to be but maybe a bit more confidence and legitimacy to talk is the status about jalen hurts as the eagles starting quarterback in twenty twenty one. Obviously the eagles talking about this on last week's podcast is merrill reese was talking about. Oh yeah we love jalen hurts or you know. He seems like he has the confidence. I have a ton of comments confidence in his leadership ability. This dad his arm strength. Is this lack of arm. Strength is overblown merrill citing miles per hour stats from the combine form. A little weird as i said. But today we got a couple of bits of news chris mortenson of yes. Pin one hour air said jalen hurts. Guy laurie wants to as laurie. Meaning eagles owner jeffrey. Laurie laurie wanna do everything he can to help him be successful. They don't want to bring him in. They don't want to bring in competition for him. And then more follows up on a less bone tweet less says from the philadelphia daily news. Great respect to more report but if the eagles really are sure about jalen hurts going for inclusion they could have come up with two very very recently and. I don't think he's produced a new tape to evaluate. Warren says. i would not report. The eagles have internal unani unanimity unheard says. Qb one but sources say the boss. Jeffrey laurie as instructed. His group deprioritize making her successful in two thousand twenty one as opposed to creating a true competition.
Meghan says royal family had "concerns" about Archie's skin tone
"Start out with One of the really tough things here, Okay? And I don't make jokes about this, but I do find this. Interesting. Okay? This is the first of all the first hour was just Meghan. What a surprise. It's really Meghan for an hour and then the royal kid shows up for the second hour. Interesting. Received tells Oprah Winfrey that somebody brought up concerns when she was pregnant with Archie. Their first challenge is pregnant again. Now, with what she revealed last night things they're going to be a little girl. With and she says somebody in the royal family brought up concerns about how dark skin tone the child would be. So do you have that go ahead of that concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born? What? What? And Oh, Who is having that conversation. Good question. Oprah with you. What So, um So There is a Congress it hold it hold up their separate downstairs several conversations a conversation with you with Harry. About How dark your baby is going to pay. Potentially and what that would mean or look like. And you're not going to tell me who had the conversation.
David Higgerson, chief audience officer, Reach plc, on overcoming leadership challenges during the pandemic
"We're here of course the talk about The new websites and the recruitment drive that reaches has been on. But you know a good place to start might just be canola ing how difficult it's been for the news industry across the board over. The last twelve months reaches is no exception. We've seen reported figures around thousand staff followed in april. Five hundred fifty jobs announced would be in july. So there's been a lot of tough decisions for you over the last twelve months right. Yeah very much. So so many businesses so a significant change in in revenues results that pump dynamic on the course of the country looking down by what you don't know when that happens in Lifetime hopefully events is is how long it's going to go. Full dated in in some ways he still going about. Said you know scale really helped us whether the stolen in the way that Lawsuit companies have struggled so we go to the trump mission project which so things reach y which was to get stories to multiple I suppose journalists working working But it's not that the change was a huge change on the radio A tough to pay for which which took a lot out to people. Yeah told me about some of those decisions on. Why they will made so quite simply. It was a case of the pandemic documentary. Also of the Eighteen thousand newcastle office. And boris johnson. Issue taes kinda tried to work from home order and then within seven days. That have become a leave. Your house one hour a day for exercise older and the hold of the country's economy went into the states state of shock. Appetizing dried up. We had to. We have to respond. The first lock was what maybe twelve weeks. Aside but the the the shock was seismic lots of businesses didn't reopen put teams of genesis under the functions aung Whether work at literally stopped. It's i've never really filthy So they twenty as of two journalists if the world stops your ability to report on the world stops certain extents as well so s boats being an example wellstone another area as as well And then it became clear that the impact. It was having on on the basement that we would need to We would need to restructure that led to the Pronouncements which as well documented included a number of our journalists since then things have gotten better national clients have continued to spend interesting joined. The second lockdown In november even though in many ways it was very similar to the first one. I think a lot of businesses hit become used to how to continue trading during a lockdown periods. And not certainly out. So yeah so how. How was that felt across national and local titles however those decisions spread out. We looked at each title. And what tout. Where can we do things more efficiently. Certain things may in some places some edits to coulter stop doing will do less of an it was taken a taco by top basis. I think one of the things did prove was for a long time. We've had people questioning externally within the industry. Rather all you just on a chase for pageit's which would strongly we don't just do about collecting patriots at any cost. But if you look at the life network which is the puck. I think we're gonna talk about most today in in twenty ten. That was one hundred million pages a month if the started. Twenty twenty one eight hundred million pages a month that scale both resilience which meant the otherwise could be much much worse if we weren't reaching as many people as we were so in many ways the scan of the pages that we can even regional news prevented it from being from being a lot worse reached new music case of how to ensure we can. We continue doing what we doing within the budget afforded to us. As a result of the changed economic landscape us as far as the the optimum question was what they sought decisions a help or a hindrance. I mean you've staved off the financial pressures at the cost of thinning. Your ranks help or hindrance david. The there is no doubt that we ended the year with fewer people than we we started with the. That's been very very widely reported on mantras. Always been the we. You conscious keep piling on work to to diminishing bounded people you have to. You have to work with the results that you've got to cough golden A case of making sure that Wetting off smaller. That's reflected in in the workload. And that's where you often hear people talking about efficiencies through through through greater sharing content sharing of ideas and digital back but at the same time the opportunities for us to investigate in new areas as we've identified the
"one hour" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Let's continue with more calls in Randy is up next Hey, Randy. Welcome to our program you're on the Yeah. I bet doing Paul, I'm doing great. At that question. I really don't see you. College football season starting playing this year this virus Corner Rail. But if if they do care for the cities in. The Seniors Lot Meiji hairs. Dante Smith. Would they be allowed to come back to our near with the NCAA? Stop? Okay So Randy of if a player, you're, you're asking me if a player ops out, can they come back next year? Yeah, if they're senior this year. Would be allowed to come back next year if they don't if. The NCAA canceled the? season. Oh. Yeah. I would think that would be absolutely they would have to. In baseball they did that with with the with the college baseball, I would think that would happen. Yes. Okay I appreciate won't find out. Okay. Well, thank you for calling. I appreciate your call and Jonathan is in Arkansas and welcome to the show. Jonathan you're on the air. Every, how how're you doing? They're doing well. Dear joys, show First of all I'm state fan and I, don't know if there's any. Team in the country other than maybe clemson that really wants to see college football happen this year. And you. Know you just wonder. These are some of the healthy athletes with the best healthcare. The best training facilities everything surrounded about him, surrounding them, and you just wonder may let's let's pile all these guys together. You know You probably remember back in your day when they had the measles. Chickenpox, man, you'd have chicken pox. Party. Chickenpox, sleep over you know and I know that sounds kind of. Goofy but I mean the the truth of the matter is when you're dealing with the best healthcare. System? But these guys all catch it. Let's play some football. Take, the necessary precautions deep hold on I. WanNa make sure I knew. I was my mind was wondering here on a Monday A. Jonathan. Did you say let them all catch it? Hey. With a with this I know that sounds crazy i. know it does I know people. I know a lot of people after this I know. I. Know People that have passed away from an elderly people. A carry their cost. But I'm saying is, is you look at all the athletes that have had this from the very beginning Kevin, durant I. Think one of the first basketball players came out said, he had it and then different ones throughout it. You know these people are the ones that are in the best shape in the. Okay. No. No. I need to tell me what I already know. I'm just trying to understand that that. You're suggesting that now now, who should who should encourage all these athletes by the way? This is this is I think some of this has already gone by the way but. I don't want you to think I'm naive here. Haven't heard this before. But. I'm trying to understand. Who should send them? Who should send the word out for everyone to get it. Well. It's you know it's not like, Hey, here's an invite. Show up to the corona. Okay. I just wanted to make sure that you didn't get on your phone say, Hey, if you want cova go down to room three, forty, four, it's all over the place exactly. But I you know look what's happening with baseball. You know try to start it up and you get, you know how many players test positive in an for the marlins and different ones and it just seemed like. You get everybody up, even the players themselves getting ready for a season, but but but in. I'd just saw a story in baseball Johnson new story. This out, we're seven card have tested positive. Okay. They're all young. They're all healthy. But but in that in that grouping six people were staff personnel. Now I've been around a lot of locker rooms, I, bet you have to. Everybody, that S-. Auxiliary with a baseball team. A football team high school college pro doesn't mean they're not always. Elite athletes. Do, you have any concern about them or absolutely do i. absolutely do and I totally see your point and I don't want to sound like the selfish out there. Hey We've heard we've heard we've heard heard immunity. We've heard. We're GONNA have a vaccine and and you know I just WanNa see. For the morale of the country right now with all the with all the. you know social things going on. man and for the kids themselves the. Question. Jonathan we are We have golf every weekend. We've NASCAR every weekend. We now have Major League Baseball for now may not last, but we have it for now and we have the NBA in the NHL. We have the WNBA MLB. Melby, but major league soccer. Right. has morale. The country changed in the last four weeks. I don't know that I don't know that that'd be NBA or the For Soccer. But what about what? About MLB, in the NBA? That's pretty big stuff. I. Think the NBA is I. Think Major League Baseball. Have you have you watched? Have you watch an NBA game? I've watched about six minutes of a game. Yeah. I. Have to, and then I must confess. I'm glad to see them doing it. Right. Yeah, but but anyone who wants to tell me what? I'm watching every night on the NBA. What I watched a year ago. Not the same. and. The problem I have is college football is not going to be this. I was watching an old game, the other day kind of hard to miss. And the game ended winning winning touchdown fans. mean. It is going to be Erie to watch college football game under these circumstances I. Mean I still want to do it and I know you do. But I'm not sure that it's going to have the effects that that we wanted to have. And here's one more question. Paul, I appreciate this. So okay. So get judged by wins losses. You know that to get into the playoff, obviously Ohio state fan man and big Fan we've had disappointing losses can But what happens when a key player test positive. And they say, they lose a game because one or two key players. It's. We. Don't know. We're. We're. We're talking about that. Is that loss at the end of the year. Shop. Lawrence the Mirror Mesa game is that law is going to be judged based on while they lost their. quarterback. Yeah. It wouldn't have been any different if there's an injury, but I, don't. Know the answer. But I know one thing we are. We are really heading toward Some I mean, we're in the middle of something. We've never been I. I wasn't coming down on you because. I've had a lot of people say the same thing. I'm just trying to get some better education we're up against the break. We've had a busy hour. It's a busy day with what's going on Tim. Brando's, and our away will continue your conversations follow. The big twelve looks like the big twelve is going to play. Nine Conference Games in an one plus and they can play more if they want to. We're coming right back back with much more. Hello, this is your apartment i. need some favors from you. Your cat.
"one hour" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Tried Passion, than Patrick Three of college football leaves here. The Paul. Finebaum show our one podcast. We'll get afternoon where we last left. You last on Friday. We thought the world was coming to an end with all the comings and goings scheduling. We. Never had any idea what would turn upside down between Friday and Monday. It was one of the busiest and worse weekends. I think in the history of college football in terms of allegations in terms of players speaking out about the way things are in the future of the NC Double A. May very well hang in the balance as we begin a new month and a new, let's get some headlines. You may have missed them all. If you have, you have probably been living in a cave. Explosive. Weekend raises doubt about whether NCWA can. And should. Survive. This has been one difficult weekend where there's talk of depending on how the vote goes tomorrow with the board. A Board of Governors that maybe the power five will say you know what we don't. We don't need you guys anymore by the way. Don't believe those headlines. There's there's still too much money at stake, but the fishers are there. And what about this? Have you heard about? The PAC, twelve football players. Stating they want change. They are unified enlisting listing demands in a letter to the conference. We'll get into great detail. On that and the demands. Let me give you some of them allow students to opt out during the pandemic without loss of eligibility or spot on the team preserve existing sports by eliminating. Expenditures Create a task force to address social injustice US direct two percent of conference revenue to support financial aid for low income, black students, community initiatives, and developmental programs. Is that no, that's not it There are a number of other demands including in I, L. Rights Freedom to secure representation guaranteed medical after graduation, and here is one that is going to really resonate distribute fifty percent of each sports conference revenue evenly among athletes of respective sports and a six year athletic scholarship for degree completion. We have yet to hear from Larry Scott who reportedly makes five and a half million dollars a year. We have heard from you on the show a couple of weeks ago, but we have not heard from him in relation to these demands This has been the talk of college football since yesterday, and it will be one of the big topics of conversation right here. To Day. So that is where we are to say the least It is a time like no other in the history of intercollegiate athletics someone said to me earlier today friend, the lawyer that this is beginning to remind him a little bit of the Olympic Movement in the seventies when athletes finally say you know what we're going to start sharing in the profits, but all this in the backdrop of a pandemic with still uncertainty out there including the the big twelve. We still don't know what they're going to do. They should make announcement today member Bob Bos be was here last. Thursday. And there are at least three or four schools in the big twelve twelve that have already scheduled. Week zero game. So that would mean they would play on August twenty eighth and the SEC and the pack twelve would not begin until the twenty sixth of September. We could have a college football season going for four weeks before most of the big guns show back up, the ACC is also slated to go I think we to total confusion. To say the least, let's talk about what we are going to do here. Today in terms of gas we have plenty to talk about remote Huma. He is the former UCLA football player, who's the head of the national. College Players Association. He has been front and center in all of this Richard Johnson. He's an author and journalist He's got a book out that deals with the NCWA and Tim Brando from Fox sports. Timmy beast take on all of this as well, and your phone calls at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight, five. Let's begin with James in Alabama James. You're on the air and go right ahead. Oh. Really, what choice do we have? Montana as we have four hundred of these so-called. United. PAC twelve football players. Basketball players, collegiate, athletes, whatever. Office they fall under. What choice do we have to do? We give them their fifty percent? A better question maybe could possibly. Are they worth the fifty percent. When you sit and you and you take time to think about it and those that know me know that I try not to think because it hurts my head. But. Fifty percent. Fifty Percent College football celebrated a hundred and fifty years a hundred and fifty years took. Paul a hundred and fifty years to get where we are right now with overpaid college presidents with over paid athletic directors with overpaid college coaches. But they won't their feet t percent, they won't fifty percent half. The. We have eighteen to twenty two year olds making demands making demands. I okay, I have a point, a contrary point here to go along with the rest of them. In our society, today. We have twenty, two, twenty, nine, year olds, thirty to thirty, nine year olds. Forty to forty, nine year olds fica to fifty, nine, sixty to sixty, nine, seventy, two, seventy, nine euros. We have eighty euros Paul with. Car. With mortgages, we have eight year olds that still owned. Interrupt for just one second. This is great. What what are? What is your thought? I mean I. I don't WANNA put words out would do Paul. You looking for a college football's are I'll be. I'll do it for two, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars. But I won't half of that upfront and the first thing I'm GonNa do is. Get on. Automobile or bicycle I'll ride actor somehow in. Okay we. Later into that, not really sure where you were going. But thanks for the call. Anyway, PAT is up next in Georgia. Pat? Thanks have you on. Right, Paul. I don't know what to think of the pack twelve I'm reminded of the Chinese curse, may you live in interesting times? But. I. Think I struck a nerve with you Friday and I will muster. That seventy one year, old CPA and muster. if I could just make a few points about what the SEC is facing. So sure me. The season doesn't start to the twenty six. So you got the fifth, the twelfth and then. If there are. Conference game scheduled for those three weeks and Georgia's. Was Play Alabama in Tuscaloosa on the night tape than new dates would need to be found for those. Games. the second hurdle is. that the ninth and tenth opponents need to be determined presumably by strength of schedule Or. Something like that and they need to be. Chosen, for those. Two. Extra. Games. somewhere in the middle of the season PCT perhaps. The bye. Week. Your second by we. needs to be scheduled. So there's there's there's a lot of moving parts in this new. scheduled, it will going to come up. the cocktail party. It's either GonNa be played in Gainesville Athens, and I bleed Georgia's the home team. This year and Georgia only has five home games. SEC Games this year one. So there's there's there's a lot going into the schedule and. And even if you change. Strength of schedule National, rankings and and look at. Statistics. All of that is still it's like it's been the eye of the beholder. If I could jump in in. Right now put a template on the board and I really don't know what they're doing in the longer. It goes. If they don't release schedule, maybe indicating something there's there's not going to be a good way to do this. I'm still not certain what it means and you can't you have to look at this from a centralized position. Pat. There no more concerned about Georgia, than they are Arkansas. So they're trying to find a happy medium. Call I've I, believe that the only point that I was well, one of the points I was trying to make is all of the decisions that have to be made by responsible. Individuals to the best of their ability are going to be suspect by people who lie conspiracy theory. Sure. But you know I I don't mean to be fatalistic here. But I think conspiracy theories really are the least of the SEC's problems right now, I think trying to get to the first game. Is there paramount issue and get get there safely and I'm still not sure quite honestly pad. They know how they're going to get there based on what I'm hearing you. Thanks for the call hate to run, but we are heading to break a lot to do on the program today. We hope you'll stick around some very interesting gas. We'll talk a lot about the PAC twelve situation, some other stories as well. We're coming.
"one hour" Discussed on Freakonomics
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"one hour" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Now that has year research led to changes in policy across the country. And what is the evidence that it's successful. And how do you seek out that evidence. So we develop these techniques and we tested them in a range of context so we were using virtual reality than we repeated the same stuff on a training ground and then we were burning buildings down and testing it in the environment. I'm when we analyze the data afterwards. What we found is that the commanders that we using that process was was significantly more goal directed which was great? But you're not going to collect everything by observing especially in that kind of dynamic environment so we strapped oprah cameras to you come on does heads so we recorded all of that information all of that data and critically what we got from. That is all of the information that they didn't attend to two as well as what they did. You have them. Watch the tape leader and tell you what they were thinking and what they actually. Yeah yeah so we developed something called a cue recall debrief where we essentially were playing back the video to them which provided a cue to recall their memory and got them to talk through their thought process at the specific point in time precisely precisely in relation to what they were saying. Can you give an example of an resulting action then that would have been better than before. So what we found with initial research is is that eighty percent of the time the decisions that were made were very intuitive so for example I'm going to put water on that fire perfectly reasonable. You see and you do but actually if you're putting water on that fire you haven't joined up with the rest of the information that you've got about what's on fire which might be oil or petrol where water is not actually going to help you in that circumstance. Then you're going to end up with the wrong outcome. You respond to a lot of things these days that are not fires direct on on your calls. What share of those are actually fires? Actually the number five that we go to has reduced over time when we go to a much broader range of incidents but interestingly the number of incidents that we go to rule has reduced in the last ten years by about fifty percent and we do a lot more preventative work. There's been some changes in legislation which have assisted what that means for firefighters. Going out of business. Well no because there's always the risk and we have two resource a fire services to risk not to demand but for our fighters it means. You're having less experience of the kind of things you're expected to deal with so we've got to be much smarter now making sure Oh that we trained in a realistic way. So people don't have the skills but they have the confidence to deal with those situations. Sabrina Heading Cohen. Thank you so much for joining US tonight. Our next guest. It.
"one hour" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Let me interrupt live show for a second to say that e cigarettes in the UK have been handled so differently leaving in the US whereas you've likely heard there have been more than thirty deaths and many serious injuries from vaping that are episode next week will be devoted to this issue. Because if you've only been reading the headlines about vaping in the US then you're missing out on a lot of the story. Okay back to our interview with the founder of the behavioral Insights Team David Halpern. So let's talk about the tax revenues produced by better letter writing. Walk US through. What was the problem? What were the proposed and trialed trialled solutions in what turned out to be most effective? So if you think about it most revenue services there in the business of trying to get people to do something which may or may not be super happy to do which is pay taxes on on the other hand. You definitely don't want to pay your neighbors taxes. If they're not but for example Stephen An unlikely event you're paying your tax. You'll get a letter saying come on and they will send the same letter to everyone which is some form of threat or whatever and then famously. The early trial was. Why don't we just tell people something which is true? which is most people pay their tax on time and adding that one line nine ten people pay their tax on time? Would that lead to people paying up without further prompt further action and the answer is yes it did and indeed. We tried multiple variations back then. That was unbelievably controversial. Just can't tell you how because if I was what it was. Felt lots of reasons why you know what you want to start experimenting on people and this wasn't built to do it their questions. About how would you analyze it. Andy ultimate have you ever gotten one of these. A lovely tax letters not noticed but I don't often open. My Post. Tax Is essentially the original form of crowd out funding but yeah they got a bad reputation over the years. Really what needs to be done more positively so do it like an appeal look almost like a charity get leaflets saying can you know sponsor a new chemistry lab in your local school. That's basically what taxes and it. All you know. GET DAYDREAM NEW HIP. Instead of just saying you've got to pay your tax you make it more. Ah also let's have some gratitude. Let's have a thank you letter. Day Mr Holtzman. Thank you very very much for your tax. People have been so generous this year. And then telling you what they spend on. Well you may be joking but but I think half plays ideas testing..
"one hour" Discussed on WTVN
"For life liberty and live in we're gonna have a full one hour with don junior it's not like all the other view other interviews he's been doing this week short interviews are people interrupting and yelling at him and so over the song you're gonna learn a lot about him in the trump family and his father and so it's it's a fascinating fascinating sit down and that's why do life liberty and live in the way that I do it for a full hour it's not really about his book I don't like doing interviews at a purely about books so I don't but we will raise the book and get into some of the things that that he raises that I find of of particular interest so before I sit down and do life liberty and live and I do a lot of research on the ghastly I take a look at what they've written and what they said and what might interest them or what might interest you more than anything else just like I do this radio just like I do live in TV just like I write books I work at it I work at it that word might be wrong I mean I work hard at it but I love it and I love it I probably retire Hellman I sixty two these people running for president when they're seventy seven and seventy eight and seventy six I mean it's absurd I'm just being honest with you job is way to difficult it's way too onerous it'll be a time of which I retire leave it to the next generation to step in my wife doesn't believe it but I tell I know that they will come maybe I'll write a book here and there have a podcast some but I'm not this this schedule can't can't continue but I will for now.
"one hour" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"I get too many requests than Bill the team of people that can do it. But here's what stages does it expedites the sales cycle in sixty minutes a lot of people. It might take in six nine twelve months to consume sixty minutes of contact online. But when you got a captive audience, it's called the one hour launch because you've got their undivided attention for sixty minutes and we know what can happen when you get on a stage for sixty minutes. They're not love it. And I think people part, I love the most is for one your passion behind this. I get chills. I've heard you tell that story. I think six different times that I can think of about you and your dad, and I get chills every single time because you have this ability to put yourself back in that actual MoMA. Moment to actually experience and have the person who's listening to you experience the same feelings, the same rhyme motions that you were going through right then, and it's such a skill set that I think too often a lot of getting his ideas far we start telling instead of of actually sharing and telling stories, and as you not joked all the time, as far as facts, tell stories sell, and you're, you're the master at when it comes to actually get in stories that have impact for people to then use those stories in their in their presentation to connect with people. And that's one thing that I loved when I was out there, jury meant learning from you and just seeing the way that you are so good at connecting with people beat. The one thing I know that a lot of our listeners they've heard about this whole perfect weather our script from Russell for forever. And so we've talked a lot about webinars. The one part I wanted if you don't mind kind of address is this idea as far as how you made mention that they were able to lead collect, meaning collect when you typically couldn't sell most everyone. I know when I think of. Speak on stage. It's a fifty fifty split. This is one of the things you kept slapped me in the face in day. Dave wait, there's more there's more you actually can make more money, not selling direct onstage. So if you don't mind kind of explore, explain to people how they actually can use that to build their business when they can't sell. Yeah, so there. So when you can't sell, there's two things that you're either any presentation you're the week we have. We, we believe in your presentation that you scar with the heart and you connect with people you teach in while you're teaching, you're embedding in, you're sharing case studies and you're doing all of that. You're basically selling during the you're, but you're.
"one hour" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"Thousand dollars just shy of a quarter of a million dollars in one hour in the last year, struggling with everything in his business. He had done fifty two thousand dollars in the last year. Now here's what happened with him, and it's very much like Russell very, very much like Russell. He started getting big but started being recognized in the educational system and he couldn't be that. So a lot of you out there solo preneurs or if it's just you on your team and you're trying to really like, what could I do external. The stage is like Russell Bill. Click on us with being on webinars. You know, he did webinars offline in there's online stages, but here's what happened with him and what's happened with Russell's. He got too busy. He couldn't be on all of the stages that were requesting for him. So what did we do? We created a presentation that duplicated past him retold the stories, accompany story on the front end. We talked about the content, everybody shared the same content in the middle, but at the beginning of the presentation, we mentioned the company story and then how the company story connected to the speaker and then the rest of the presentation was the same for every single one of those speakers day before it was all said and done. Not only did he grow the organization from fifty thousand dollars to seven million dollars in the educational system, which might not sound like a lot on an annual basis, but they don't have budgets that's huge. He had eat two speakers out in any given year sharing one presentation for one hour driving business, the weather it, somebody who wants to do it on their own and go the track more customers or if you're like, man, I'm like Darrell Russell and I don't wanna be on the road anymore..
"one hour" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"Providing massive value and really use state using for us? We're looking at using stages to scale, and I know for a lot of you guys who are in the situation or listen to podcasts, I mean, you're sitting there going. I don't know. I haven't. I've never done a stage presentation. How would I do that? Beats going to answer that for you today. Those guys who are. In Russell situation where you're sitting there going. The last thing I wanna do is actually get on more stages. He's gonna tell you how you can actually create a speaker team, like what we're doing and do the exact same thing again, I'm you guys don't want to hear from me which really want to hear from is my friend. I'm so excited to have on the show again, Mr. people ARGUS. So let's talk about what you refer to now as this one hour launch, what the heck is a one hour launch? Yes. So let me just tell you one our launch. We're the one hour launched was birth for me like that's an important piece to understand. I as you know, a youth pastor and I brought speakers in because I didn't want to speak on the stage. And so I brought these speakers in and I remember showed up on I one night there were three kids there, and I thought how gonna grow my youth ministry, which is going to be a Cleveland to how you're going to grow your business in. So what we did they'd is II brought in speakers and in one hour I saw my kids get so moved and inspired that they the user just continued to grow, grow, grow grow. We went from three kids to seven hundred fifty kids in the town of twelve thousand from bringing in over thirty speakers of the. Course of four years and our youth group just grew and I saw the magic in one hour on a stage in the action that my kids took one of those speakers as you know, gotta was the first girl killed at Columbine in ninety nine and he came and spoke, and he came in, he said, you know, there's five people that you need to let them know how much she loved them because you don't know how long we're going to be here on earth with you, and I couldn't help. But think any said some of them are not good standings with so he couldn't help think about my dad. I hated my dad because what he had done to me and so growing up as a kid. So that night, I begged my dad to come back to the native and all of a sudden at the night event, my dad came back. He heard the speaker speak. We had tried for a decade. Everything. Counseling church, his siblings constantly saying you gotta make things right with your son and in one hour on a stage one hour on a stage, it prompted my dad to write me letters AM side for the father up den here, my son is happening impact on hundreds of kids lives and. I can't happen in tech on my only son's life and the asked me first second chance that do things right? I called that man. Now, this is important for the list. I said, dude, you did something in one hour that nothing could happen that could Mott had in the last decade wouldn't happen for my dad, which is a lot like our business. We try so many things that don't work or they take forever to work. And in one hour instant changes, you get on stage. So I called in Minnesota. Why aren't you getting this out there to everybody is like, I'm trying this. I'm trying this. I'm trying. This is trying to lot of things and I'm like, get on a stage with your ideal clients in the crowd for one hour and watch what begins to happen. I don't know listeners ideal crowd. They know who it is, but his ideal crowd was principals and superintendents. That's what his ideal crowd was because they were the decision makers who controlled the budgets. So the very first stage I put him on, I was like, oh, I hope this works in because I figured out how do I lamb this stage? How do I make him great on the stage and how do I make sure that this is one of the biggest customer acquisition channels. Exists because that's where he's going to change their lives. So I got the my first stage..
"one hour" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Debt once and for all imagine the debt that you've got everybody's got it everybody's got it out there guy that there's no shame in it you guys at all everybody's got dead imagine having no debt perhaps just a mortgage right no car debt no credit card debt no student loan debt all that debt gone because your hard work has translated into having no debt which the way hard work is supposed to translate into not these days people thinking it's not the way it's supposed to work that is the way it's supposed to work our guys and here's what we get it all figured out hashed out for you thanks for hanging out one hour at a time sitting here coffee enhanced tony says low as we tackle.
"one hour" Discussed on My Black Friend
"Yeah alexa how much time is left timer forty two minutes one hour timer long already gone those not already gone and we haven't even really hit no real fire questions so starting to question i heard sleep you know what sucks because tomorrow is again wrestlemainia i go to be a with that well you probably will be it'll be done yeah but for my friend felix coming over tomorrow yes so he doesn't know it yet but i'm going to record something with him from 'cause i gotta go pick him up at his house and it's probably about a thirty minute drive from his house to my house so as soon as he gets in hitting record on my phone i'm gonna record something for the patriots because depot tomorrow is april the eight that doesn't mean anything to you know i know i know what it is but it's it is the shevess they right stop it no stop it that that's already passed that was last month yeah man i'm april the eighth devaux in nineteen ninety eight was the very first wrestling match i had that was the that was the first event we had and so do exactly the whole story they aren't exactly twenty years ago to the date and now it's on the twentieth anniversary is on wrestlemainia day that's pretty epi yeah like i don't know i i know he knows the date we all know that eight because we the promoter used to say in a very carney promoter way so he used to go hey pearl the eighth mesa marin which was the name of the place that we had it and and so we always mock kinda import behind his back of course so everybody knows what the date was for the first event that we did so i don't know though it's it's clicking in his head that he's that you know we're going to be hanging out.
"one hour" Discussed on CodePen Radio
"As i as i learned so it's it's just a lot of googling a lot of googling and and inspecting what's going on and learning from that that's that's normally how it starts with a query what how do i make this work you know my my thing lately with new things that come up in the development world because i'm not really working as a developer anymore is when something comes up like some brand new thing comes up in the world of front end development like right now everybody i know this isn't brand new but everybody is talking about houdini right now the css thing and the very first thing that i do is i look at tweets about people are tweeting about it because that will actually bring you right up to the minute because if you google something it's funny but even that could be little on the old side now so what i'll do is all figure out what people are tweeting about it and see who's tweeting about it and check out their blog posts like that and get a feel for it because it's it's weird i'm kind of in an unusual position now because i'm not working as a front end developer but i'm working with front end developers so i need to keep myself up to speed with what front end developers are going to ask about or be trying and that is like my new method of bringing myself up to speed as fast as humanly possible because you know that's that's where you get the real fresh stuff from definitely google was so one hour ago but for real this stuff moves so quickly but you really need to kind of jump out and see the new stuff as it's coming in and it's like it's slightly exhausting sometimes but it's also like that's the that's the way to keep your finger on the pulse in my opinion especially if you don't have to actually work with it like if i was working with it in making stuff reading the tweets about it wouldn't be so useful i would need to be getting in their due to oriel whatever but when it's just that i need to know what they mean that's a good way to do it totally one quick tip for everyone out there this might already be obvious and so you might already be like yeah of course one thing that i always do when i google things like let's say i'm trying to i don't know like get every permutation of an array you know so it's like if i want to three i wanna get one three two and you know if i'm just like googling how to do that java script and get every possible combination of array one of the best things you can do in google is go to like the the setting the search settings and set it to be within the last year i guess they're ray example isn't the best one because that only changes so much but for other things like if you you can just throttle your results to just be within the past year and things changed so frequently and google knows so many things you know that that it's important to kinda like.
"one hour" Discussed on PTI
"It's not go away even when i was young the furthest i could hit the drive is about two hundred thirty four hundred this is phenomenal and he by the way he's not some galut who just complains it has long out player in the world i think look this is a distant terrific players out there speed and rory and and it is all these guys i like watching dusted john hudson i think more than anybody hangs it since tiger since tiger because he bangs it there's a certain way he moves around the golf course which seems charismatic to me i mean he's got this he's a star tony he's a star good isn't sr deathrow johnson is that drives unbelievable now female let's take one last break would still to calm bob kraft tells peter king his side of the balance sheet brady breakdowns what we care about their story anymore because i not as much as somebody should johnny morris lutely jump at an offer from the canadian football league my tongue is tired we cannot doom shows last thing this why not will look it up at the clock habits on think lovey 84th birthday tomorrow the bart starr we do this today in honor of alabama playing for the national championship tonight bart starr's birmingham nato than in alabama grab after leaving alabama he went to the packers have played for vince lombardi he won five nfl championships and he's in the hall of fame is a pretty good recipe disagreed with and we needed a meal history lessons because people will talk about bar stormy morning talk about the great quarterbacks and they should happy anniversary marchan lynch on this they seven years ago un vintage piece note for an epic sixty seven yard touchdown run to secure seahawks wildcard win over the saints after belief retirement came back this year for some town raiders mlk season eight hundred ninety one yard seven touchdowns but the raiders had a bad year which is why jack toll fee up is gone and jongkeun is in we'll bunia think winds comes back next year i think schools right into our happy tree.
"one hour" Discussed on PTI
"The new minnesota or atlanta where they just can't breakthrough horta whose honors this really qualifiers experience well i think it does but this jared golf was okay i don't think you can make any judgements about the los angeles rams other than that he had a wonderful year but if we spend this forward because you mentioned atlanta being a favorite in philadelphia this is incredibly rare this is a wildcard team being favorite over the number one seed at all but but as one thing it's nick falls and it's not carson wentz but what i would suggest here is that philadelphia wasn't just carson wins they got really good running backs they got the number one i think they've the number one defense against the ross yeah wrote that no down against the russian number four in points allowed so i think that i think it may be too easy to discount the eagles in this because would we've been talking about what what made the biggest difference this week in these plant skains quarterbacks in the one game we had two great quarterback both those quarter best of great who was a great game yes and the guy who might have a hangnail difference drew brees over cam newton and gone one again yes and the other ones that quarterback h eight years on saying there no no no no no saying philadelphia's no cheat on saying if i had to take this week i will pick up land and i don't like it land i would pick the falcons we finish up here with the kansas city chiefs blowing a twenty one two three halftime lead and losing late to tennessee the officiating in this game was highly questionable but most questionable now is the playoff record of andy reid he's now one in foreign kansas city including blowing up twenty eight point of years ago he's one in six in his last playoff games left seven we'll bungee put the chips collapse on anti re via probably so probably so tori i mean you know coming in that game when you're a veteran coasting andy reid who we in you we you and i talked about this all we can we think there's no thinking he's a great coach we think that okay that's right yet this he he has got to anticipate his team he even made an emotion will.
"one hour" Discussed on PTI
"Are they going to well who's favorite on the road affiliate weak tone is the atlanta falcons who use ball control to both gained advantage offensively and slow down the rams prolific offense matt ryan completed seventy percent of his passes again running a streak of doing that in the playoffs to five games which is territory long owned by troy aikman on the other side you boys show mcveigh avoid will yuban slur readiness poaching royalty offseasons yes you get a grand told the thirteen points at home so do you come away from this game more impressed by the falcons or disappointed by your rams say you remember that i told you this was the one game i thought a visiting team would win i thought that atlanta could win this game but if i'm being honest with you when answering that question it's more the disappointment of the rams who been great to watch all year and they couldn't hold the ball on special teams west of a guy that they actually property and he's a pro bowl got here and they couldn't hold onto the ball and it look like in the words of steve younger echoing in my head that you that playoff experience israel israeli meaningful matters because because they didn't look like they were ready for the prime time they an and that was that was disappointing to me because i come to really like watching them play they have been fun but again they're at home and the falcons is does play ended their indoor situation was probably about sixty eight seven degrees vaughn in los angeles by the way is that it could be called in philly next week so you're gonna get another thing we have a chance this alinsky i'm wanted now because they got their quarterback matt ryan 70 percent completion rate i mean he separated himself from guys like warren moon was one of them with four straight i'm not sure the other was but but i atlanta really did play with a certain arrogance a certain arrogance borne of we've had this shoved down our throats before that's not going to happen today and it did seem like there was a a certain attitude they play with the steve young talked to us about in the regular during three days before they knew what to expect but i mean but the okay so the rams is this a situation where they're going to become.
"one hour" Discussed on PTI
"In the end of july totally you're going to have to do something else to say okay what does the severity of what we're looking at at that time rains you're not going to bowl he'll famous incident this year is russell wilson docking intensity i said i i was was on when there they then fiveset yeah i'm running out and every time this is talked about we are going to say the instinct of a player to play so you better hold him down and get him all eu the field is not happens one your whole thank is fired because you lost the game would care new not there they added change they did it almost won that game let's turn to the really big game now the thriller in jacksonville between the jackson the bills you want drama where was you get nathan peterman in a last minute you want scoring well you don't get that we've on by beating buffalo with a quarterback ran for more yards then he threw for did you asked the nation of jacksonville go up or down masturbation the jacksonville went down my estimation of buffalo with down my estimation of the official work in this game went down my estimation of bortles who every nfl defender finds loathsome for some reason we have yet to disarm you've been asking people for weeks every bought the dow down thing down my my estimation of the waffle houses in jacksonville down yeah this i will fail i will confess that people that i called you during this game a number of times and two things i remember saying or this game has set popo back for twenty years this is torture to watch and then i also said i know blake portals is bad he's really bad tiglao taylor is the worst were hair sir i've ever seen in the nfl he cannot hit he cannot hit open people bortles at least on a fourth in two two he made the one person for the neon scored 10 tony those look like six in ten teams at s.
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