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Interview with Norman Wolfe

Breakfast Leadership

05:57 min | Last week

Interview with Norman Wolfe

"Welcome back that Norman Wolf on the line. Norman how are you? Doing really good surly more. Time but we have to be on your show that glad to finally have gone here. I know we've been shedding for quite a long time so good to have you on the show. So you wrote a book while back called Living Organization and It's one of those timeless books. So it shows the audience a little bit about you in in the story behind this book. Be. Happy to Michael. Yes. I wrote the book back in Two Thousand and eleven which time I'd say that seems like, wow. So many years ago I wrote the book because of three reasons one is. The success rate of of organizations and people individually. Achieving the goals that the stated objectives, the strategic initiatives, whatever you WANNA call it is is pretty poor. This statistics say that they they succeed to. Fail other rate of seventy percent. So only less than thirty percent of those and I said individuals because. I was reading statistics recently that says New Year's resolutions. Success Rate is less than twenty percent so that feeling about eighty percent. So so I began to realize there's something about the way we go about life in in in businesses especially. That is missing something and the second reason the book is after being in business for well over forty years now. There's almost like a I hate to use the word pandemic these days. There's almost A. Pandemic of sadness people just ending engage they you know the the engagement factor against twenty three percent of people engaged in what they do. Not, a very high success rate. And so you know I. After working with so many companies I began to realize why is that in? Can we do about it and? The solution I realized is that we have. Kind of as a society of all the way of looking at life through a lens of you might call it Newtonian physics. It's a very mechanical approach to life. And at least off some Elise out all the stuff around relationships and and meaning and purpose in belief systems and assumptions that just says focused on what you WanNa do and just do it and boom. That's it and you know that just isn't good enough. So I wrote the book to explain how all that works and. In in how businesses themselves really are living entities. Like people they operate like people You look at the department, any leader who who really steps back and looks at the various departments they. They always can sense that the departments are Personalities like my sales department is going to have a fundamentally different personality than. Been My accounting department. And it's just like people different proclivities, different personalities, different belief systems. And and we think the only way to get them aligned and working together as through set of goals you know give as an they ignored this whole relationship piece in what I call context piece. The belief systems the sense of identity of who we are as an individual also applies to the sense of identity of who we are as a collective of individuals. And we have no all of that stuff. So I wrote a book to explain how all that happens being a scientist and engineer by training I have a very logical. Approach to things. So I created a SORTA engineering formula for how it all plays together. And that's really what I wrote about in the book. Like I said before it's a timeless book and when you said about how the people aren't engaged in. Monster Dot. com just released a study. That right now close to seventy percent of people are. Saying that they're they're really stressed or burned out about work and. So you take that percentage of seven out of ten people burned out. There's a percentage of those people that would be normally engaged in willing to go the extra mile to do whatever they can because they want things to be better enough only for themselves, but for their organization. But if they're too tired and fatigued, they're not even engaged anymore. So it has such a huge effect on the strength of an organization and. During, times like pandemic or any type of economic downturn if your organization isn't acting at its best, you're vulnerable and you might end up seeing a four lease sign in your office space because you won't be there anymore. And that's what we're seeing. You know one of the. The. Interesting I'll say byproducts of the pandemic is as talked to leaders around the world beginning to realize that. He has the way I say it we used to come to work for the purpose of getting work done by we went to the office because that's what you you did things. And a byproduct of that is. We build social connections. Really don't pay attention to that just sort of happened it unconsciously or as a byproduct. Of speaking with the c o the other day in in he said. You know he's he's closed as office space independent Macapa sent everybody home and asked him if he was going to. Go back as things are opening up and he said now we don't need to meet. Together to get the work done anymore.

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"sales department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:34 min | Last month

"sales department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Any time it rains longer, you know traffic. I mean, everyone. It's so weird Chuck because when it rains It seems like everyone turns into Longoria on the road, right? I mean, just just hard driving in. Yeah, it's just everyone loses their mind. They drive like Longoria does on dry pavement, which is not a good thing. But you know what? Let's kick things off in millennium, asking Judd Let's play MMA lineal match game I'm joining us from. I don't know where you live, Actually, Where do you live? I live in Smyrna, but we might as well know we're calling. It's murder. You're not latching on its Listen. Be proud of smart. I lived in smart. It's a great town. Ashley from our sales department joins us a returning player of millennial match game. Actually tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself my name. Actually, I work in the sales department here and fun Fact. I just bought a new pet tonight, and I'm on my way to take him home. He's a lizard. You bought a pet lizard. That's that's on brand for Ashley, if you know, actually, that's on brand. So actually, um, seen you in months. Six months now, Right? Basically, how are you holding up during the cove? It Well, you know, I've had many mental breakdown. I have cut 16 interest as my hair off. And I started jogging lightly, but I don't think that's gonna work out very well. Alright. Good. Good to know. You know a lot about Ashley Dawson right now. All right, let's meet our contestants on the phone. Tommy's in Covington. Tommy, Tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself, Comma Kagel. Construction worker. And I'll hear chicken trio cameras out nationally. What kind of beer I got on? Oh, my man. Any relation to kck? Go, Tommy, Not there. No, I checked that ancestry dot comma. You might be surprised you're gonna be playing John and Griffin. John. Tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself. I work in a warehouse on 53 years old and had been married for 20 years, my man. Congratulations on the 20th anniversary. Today's millennium asking category. City nickname City nickname. So I'm going to say a city nickname Tommie and John. You don't need to know what city the nickname belongs to. You Just have to guess whether millennial, actually will. So you just have to guess whether she will know When in doubt, the millennial doesn't know. Let's do a quick example. This one doesn't count Ashley, the Big Apple. What city is the Big Apple, New York? That is correct. So it's very simple, very simple Game City nicknames as always, money on Match game brought to you by Rocco's European garage. Right, Tommy Europe first. Here we go..

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Ryan Seacrest Checks In With Jared Goffs Roomie Patrick During Quarantine

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

05:07 min | Last month

Ryan Seacrest Checks In With Jared Goffs Roomie Patrick During Quarantine

"All right. You know. The football season has begun. And we want to talk with our Rams quarterback. Jared Goff but he is busy. So we figured we talked to his roommate. Who's wearing his Jag cap right now looking pretty cool coming to us live from the. Patrick. Jared. Where they live together and they've been together for months and months of Corentin Patrick who also works in the Sales Department of Iheartradio Good Morning how you been Patrick I've been well and this you guys. been working from home for the company Yeah, I've been home since. March thirteen whenever we all left the office then president and how has it been quarantining with Jared Goff? It's been good It's definitely been a long time each. Stage has been a little bit different but we made the most of it. Yeah and when you say the most of it, what did you do to kill time? I'd say like a beginning we're doing like we leave the house this puzzle anything we can find around like or games VR anything we hanafin. To. Do. You play muscles. Puzzles I'd so cute. Dalmatian. Dog Puzzles or. One woman wants a dog. One of them was like a city like skyline talk. About everything now. They have like mini golf in the backyard to do. We have many like whole par-three Kinda hold. That's like downhills on hard knocks. Pretty so that kept US occupied hard knocks. Got Into I didn't realize they add new episodes every week I watched like in a row and say, oh, that's it. And this this year was a little bit different because there was no preseason game. So they didn't get into a lot of that stuff, but I thought was pretty good. So Patrick Conroy, Giorgos roommate, how is our quarterback feeling about? No rehearsals before the great on they did some scrimmages within within their team at so stadium which looks amazing by the way I don't know if you guys gotta channel my Gosh I can't believe we can't go to it. You know. That's painful. But it's still it's still going to be a great season without fans will still good on TV that's for sure and Patrick I understand jared Goff's on a new diet. Yes he started a new diet just kind of. Get himself feeling better looking better So I think that this should be good for the coming season on my refrigerator I put my inspiration and I've got pictures of David Beckham and I've got others up there. You know my fashion inspiration, my physique inspiration on ever get there but I liked the visual does he have a on your refrigerator? Does he have Tom Brady or somebody up on the? Pretty clean on the outside. But? No I think definitely what what he's done with his body has been great and off season. So be ready to go nobody would know it better than his roommate. What has he done with his body and it's off season. Now, here's here's. Like that? No no no. No you don't explain yourself. You do look cooler since you've been spending more time at home. Doesn't he? He's got an a Totally. Swag. In out right. Swag too when you knew us, what are those footballs in the background those footballs yeah. Those rolled his This is like their the office in his name balls from his office. Are you in his career? Where are you? This is the office we all like switch off doing zoom calls. Oh, you. Throughout here I got tour. Drawers in the bedside tapers yeah. Yeah. Laptop takes around the house we got. We got some serious. This is what's great about jared and his roommate Patrick. They're doing good things for people and I was reading here jared recently donated a million backpacks to the Inglewood School district and in March donated two, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars to the Regional Food Bank dealt families deal with the pandemic. Yes. So he's he's done a lot of that stuff. You also relaunched brand which last year on my brought in a couple of teachers but it was just the logo before, and now he got the team that kind of made a couple more clothing options for everybody more like a rather than just a logo So he's donating all his arrays, all the procedure going to the Unified Inglewood unified, school district that has of the brand merch items. Yeah that's awesome. Senior. J. G. for Jared Goff but then it looks like the number. Sixteen. Doesn't have like. A little bit of colored as to differentiate the sixteen or JD in the sixteen. But this is just a black and white or Bra I I will contribute to the costs I would love I'm going to buy one of those hats I like that. Yeah. That's really great. We'll Patrick thank you so much for coming on. Glad that you n our quarterback at the Rams Jared Golf doing well together, and I don't know when we'll see in person but we'll definitely talk this season Bre Housi- film about playing with. No fans. I think it's an he's in different I mean obviously it's not going to be the same vibe in the stadium, but you still gotta handle the business on field so whether our fans are not, it's kind of the same mentality.

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Lyft Plans Job Cuts as Part of Restructuring

The KFBK Morning News

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Lyft Plans Job Cuts as Part of Restructuring

"Morning one popular bay area based company is planning layoffs KFBK reporter John were nicely as details San Francisco based lift is planning job cuts as the ride hailing company undergoes corporate restructuring a live spokesperson confirms the layoffs will include about ninety employees and its marketing and sales departments despite the cuts she says more than a thousand new workers will be hired over the coming months it's the first time lift is making cuts since it went public last year investors and analysts are questioning whether the ride sharing company can turn a profit news of the layoffs comes as lifted spending thirty million dollars to support a ballot measure aimed at overturning the gig economy law AB five uber indoor dasher also putting money into that

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Boeing net orders slump to lowest in decades

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

03:10 min | 10 months ago

Boeing net orders slump to lowest in decades

"We're talking with ABC news correspondent Alex stone and Alex a landmark and not one that the Boeing sales department ever wanted to make no these numbers today it doesn't look like Boeing is had numbers like this in about thirty years or so but they are posting negative numbers when it comes to airplane orders at least in their commercial airplane that units did this new data and it's pretty incredible when you look over the numbers of Boeing is it negative eighty seven orders in twenty nineteen that means they had orders quite often they celebrated those orders when airline places big order they make a big deal out of it that they're they're going to be giving them Boeing aircraft but an airline can back out of that until they get delivery on that aircraft and that they had that happen now with everything going on and you look at the numbers compared airbox Airbus delivered eight hundred sixty three planes last year Boeing delivered three hundred eighty then the argument is definitely there that Airbus is the dominant player now when it comes to manufacturing commercial airplanes that they are way beyond what Boeing is doing they've always been neck and neck they've always been fighting with each other try to one up the other one well in this moment airbox is capitalized on it they've got a lot more orders they have hundreds of orders going in that two twenty nineteen in Boeing obviously here is negative they've got more back order numbers that they have to fulfill their bus their numbers are just much stronger do we know Alex what types of aircraft in other words were these all or mostly or partly seven thirty seven Max's and also how far along some of these are is bowing sitting on some half build airplanes that have had contracts cancel well no they'll be able to because even if they have it was going to go to a specific airline they can then guesstimate for another airline that did they do have waiting for that same aircraft the delivery numbers are way down because of the Max than they expected all of those planes that they've been making it to a day for the last year until now they're shutting down the line they were going to be delivering those well they weren't able to deliver them and that his have brought their number is way down so that's the biggest reason they're on the orders the Max does play a role in it hard to sell the Max if it is a grounded airplane and not seen is safe to fly right now but there's some other other aircraft also had issues I mean they had cancellations on Dreamliners it came in they've got issues they've got to deal with across the board well that's something that you just said that I didn't really realize and maybe a lot of people don't and it's in that the on the seven thirty seven Max they didn't just ground the ones that were in service they were continuing to build them you said of the club two a day so there's four or five hundred more Max's that I've never flown other than possibly test miles that are on the ground we along with the ones that were in service that are in part they have not been able to fix them so they have been producing them with the old M. cast software on there with the potentially the same problems they will have to update those just like they're gonna have to update those that are parked around the world that already belonged airlines there you have to do all that work once the FAA gives a thumbs up well the new C. E. O. Boeing has his work cut out for Malek stone ABC news thank you so much

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Boeing net orders slump to lowest in decades

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

03:10 min | 10 months ago

Boeing net orders slump to lowest in decades

"We're talking with ABC news correspondent Alex stone and Alex a landmark and not one that the Boeing sales department ever wanted to make no these numbers today it doesn't look like Boeing is had numbers like this in about thirty years or so but they are posting negative numbers when it comes to airplane orders at least in their commercial airplane that units did this new data and it's pretty incredible when you look over the numbers of Boeing is it negative eighty seven orders in twenty nineteen that means they had orders quite often they celebrated those orders when airline places big order they make a big deal out of it that they're they're going to be giving them Boeing aircraft but an airline can back out of that until they get delivery on that aircraft and that they had that happen now with everything going on and you look at the numbers compared airbox Airbus delivered eight hundred sixty three planes last year Boeing delivered three hundred eighty then the argument is definitely there that Airbus is the dominant player now when it comes to manufacturing commercial airplanes that they are way beyond what Boeing is doing they've always been neck and neck they've always been fighting with each other try to one up the other one well in this moment airbox is capitalized on it they've got a lot more orders they have hundreds of orders going in that two twenty nineteen in Boeing obviously here is negative they've got more back order numbers that they have to fulfill their bus their numbers are just much stronger do we know Alex what types of aircraft in other words were these all or mostly or partly seven thirty seven Max's and also how far along some of these are is bowing sitting on some half build airplanes that have had contracts cancel well no they'll be able to because even if they have it was going to go to a specific airline they can then guesstimate for another airline that did they do have waiting for that same aircraft the delivery numbers are way down because of the Max than they expected all of those planes that they've been making it to a day for the last year until now they're shutting down the line they were going to be delivering those well they weren't able to deliver them and that his have brought their number is way down so that's the biggest reason they're on the orders the Max does play a role in it hard to sell the Max if it is a grounded airplane and not seen is safe to fly right now but there's some other other aircraft also had issues I mean they had cancellations on Dreamliners it came in they've got issues they've got to deal with across the board well that's something that you just said that I didn't really realize and maybe a lot of people don't and it's in that the on the seven thirty seven Max they didn't just ground the ones that were in service they were continuing to build them you said of the club two a day so there's four or five hundred more Max's that I've never flown other than possibly test miles that are on the ground we along with the ones that were in service that are in part they have not been able to fix them so they have been producing them with the old M. cast software on there with the potentially the same problems they will have to update those just like they're gonna have to update those that are parked around the world that already belonged airlines there you have to do all that work once the FAA gives a thumbs up well the new C. E. O. Boeing has his work cut out for Malek stone ABC news thank you so much

"sales department" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"sales department" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Next week we mark Godly on from allegiance. He's going to be our our host for US Ella Mae Radio next week after this program. Today we've got rooted in revenue and after that pipeline radio. You'll Conrad is going to be interviewed by Matt. Hinde kind so we've got a interesting lineup today and coming up now. Today's program. I want Paul jump in with me today on this is this is the title argument. Does marketing now on the pipeline. Tape sales pipeline via K.. Two sales funnel is a long standing measurement of past present and the future of company in the not too distant past marketing dump demand into the top of the pipeline and sales took responsibility for the rest of the process and in many companies. It's still that way for years. Marketing is chipped away usually unintentionally various steps of the sales pipeline. Most of this is made possible by marketing automation then and telemarketing being managed by marketing and the advent of the beginning of the marketing automation program managed by marketing operations operations managers and companies after eating some of the more recent research from Blossom Pie late ten comments by people I respect I think that the sales pipeline ownership is finally theft from sales to marketing. I'm going to make a case for that marketing in more sophisticated companies probably manages more than fifty percent of the pipeline steps. Now Oh and to me. That means ownership has shifted Paul Way on this. What do you think about birth? But it's a fascinating idea. I think it goes to an even bigger question that that you should do a show show one as well that we've talked about on other episodes of other shows on this network and Attias in a world of big data who owns the overall data. Not just the sales pipeline data your. TV's going to start telling the manufacturer what channels you watch and how you're toast is going to tell it. How often turn it on and off? You'RE GONNA have this flood of data coming coming back from all these devices and this flood of data that's going to be collected over the Internet to be analyzed about every customer in every transaction. Whose job is it to collect? Analyze an analyze. That is it. Marketing is at sales or is it some new department the data department will. It's the marketing operations department in most companies. which is gaining the larger and larger strength in May eventually outweigh or have much more influence than the product? Marketing people I have to. It reminds me of what what Matt Heinz always talks about. Marketing used to be. When I was in marketing? It was what he derisively calls the arts and Crafts Department. It was there there to come up with brochures and ads and low goes it was there to to generate some leads but as we got something something flowing through the pipeline. That's about as far as we went when I was in marketing. We didn't worry about quality quantity. It's changed quite a bit hub. Spot recently recently reported that more than fifty percent of marketers the vote at least half of their total marketing budget delete generation nothing many companies. It's a lot more than that. Almost a quarter of the markers. I don't know I think it's a lot more than a quarter. Maybe only a quarter of up spots customers. But it's it's a lot more than the average company third-string leads can increase sales by more than twenty percents than the reality is. You can get two or three hundred percent increase in the actual conversion two or three hundred percent. Sounds like a lot so you really measure it. What you're you're a one hundred leads? You've been sales manager in an interim sales manager at a variety of big companies. And I always smile. Because you say the first thing you step when you you step into these new roles to increase sales is just to get him to follow up with every lead. It's really interesting. Simply because marketing has assumed so many roles in the traditional pipeline. Now let's take a look at what a pipeline is. A pipeline is a series of steps in most crm companies correct. It's awareness interest consideration contempt evaluation and purchase some companies instead of Eight F. Have Eight EZE. I mean they've got a lot of steps in there. They may throw in demonstration. So you may throw throw in reevaluation all kinds of things but mostly our ems assistance begged for steps and that's the sales pipeline in our early marketing days. We used to dump everything at the top of the funnel and in step away from it right exactly sales responsibility to take care of the rest of the phone now. That marketing operations is taking control role and marketing automation. It's become common for the marketing people to start taking a look at well. It's only awareness but I'm GONNA help on the interest for Stereo. I'm GONNA got content marketing. I'M GONNA WE'RE GONNA pound into those people who show specific interest in specific products sizes shapes colors colors whatever it might be. Oh hit the consideration level. Then we're going to give them a totally different. The group of contents may be telephone calls may be emails it may be invitations to webinars. We're going to bring that along any further. Oh they've got it intent now. Well I'm probably going to go ahead and give them totally different emails else and content based on the their voiced intent will g worth fifty percent of the way through the funnel. Now let me ask you point. Amihai skating's controlling the final. Let me ask a tough question then through those early stages as you said. Now you're saying we're were as they progress through the funnel we're we're continuing engage with him with different content different messages and keep feeding them pushing them through the funnel. Will we ever will marketing. People ever be responsible for actually talking to the customer for calling them and pre-qualifying him. Well they are now yes. I thought we're going to go the next step in which is actually making sales. Well that too. He acid many many companies like mats and so many other companies out there. They're responsible for not only qualification but taking them all the way through some of the big consulting soling firms out there to talk about in half for several years about three years now that that seventy percent of the people who inquire about product already looked at the product in-depth gotten literature. Sure that on the website and now they're ready to talk to a salesperson. So that tells you that marketing deals already addressing seventy percent of those prospects needs in some way shape or form and sales people are getting into it after the person says look. I already. Don't don't waste your time with Talia bottle the product features and benefits. I only WanNa know one or two do things I want to nail down your price I wanna nailed on your delivery. I want this proposal next three days. I don't need anything else from. You'll make my decision and sales people are just sitting there saying whoa well. Who did all that marketing? So what is the role of sales in this new process are can they just. They're just the closers. Yeah yeah they're the closers in many now. They don't like to hear that because they obviously have to take people through demonstrations They've gotta take people through evaluations relations. very often. That's all part of it depending on the products being sold but if it's not software if it's other hardware those things are knocked doc back. I mean we're talking about software yell you've got evaluations. You've got trial periods. All those kinds of things but once you get away from software and it's into hardware it's in the medical devices. Lisa sits in the machinery. It's into industrial goods. They take people through. Marketing is really responsible in many respects. Marketing is actually running inside sales department and in their completing the sale. That's say you know what if somebody through through the early stages decides to step up and jump ahead and say you know what I don't need to talk to sales mom ready. I need to buy right now. If they've got if they've got the price in there's no negotiation they jump right into it now. There is something else in the last couple of years called pipeline marketing. Oh pipeline marketers. Say they just don't focus on the top of the funnel they focus on fewer leads coming into the funnel and intense dance working of all those inquiries all the way through to the bottom with the salespeople now to me also smacks of what's currently going on we'll probably have pipeline marketers screaming send us email messages etc but the reality is I think they've just renamed what's been going on all these years. They make big deal out about about time marketing to sales. But that's what marketing is supposed to do to get with tied a product interest to sales. Dell's right so I got. I got another question. Then you're just you're you're prompting all these kind of a process you're trying to get to here but but you keep raising all these issues. If marketing is becoming more sales functioning if they are engaging more with the customers summers and beyond the initial beyond the initial lead they generate. Will they ever have to change their compensation plan as you've talked about many times right now. They get paid whether they closed deals or not. Whether those leads turned into sales or not they get paid for the process process. They don't get paid for the results. Yes it is changing is I look at titles for marketing people. Paul and we run on salaries we see a lot of bonuses thrown in for a lot of the marketing titles and sometimes that's for on time performance on what they're creating but many times by also also think depending on the role it's also tied to The sales figure that comes in for some years. It was just inquiries come again and then they start ping marketers for qualified inquiries and then the marketing department started managing the INS inbound telemarketing department and a qualification departments to different terms then they started managing the outbound departments which calls and create leads because sales did want to manage those departments. Those people require way too so much attention for Norwich sales manager so and they're paying those people on performance so your your answer is yes. Many of them are getting paid on. Performance format and a lot of CMO's get their bonuses based on revenue the constant revenue that comes in and if they make their goals they're going to get paid On those revenue figures while well again. That's a major shift and I think that's one of the reasons. Marketing and sales always function different. The marketing people were there to create something and to generate a have generate. Some leads it. They weren't paid on whether those leads are good or turned into revenue and therefore it was all about. How many can you crank out in smaller companies? That still the case the bigger the company. The more likely it's going to be shifting to those pay hey for performance metrics especially on consumer Be to see but I know he's gotTa take a break to pay some bills as Matt hinde would say his program. So why. Don't we take a quick break here and we'll hear from a few of our sponsors we come back Paula I will continue discuss Does the Marketing Marketing Department postponed the pipeline versus the sales department owning the pipeline. Does that the future all over to you. ooh And of course we went into a shout out to Szott the new generation of mobile lead capture systems. You know one can use this system at every trade show event or you can use every day when you're on the road to present and send videos and literature customers from UCAR right from wherever you are it looks great and eliminates the need for manually entering. Your ear leads later..

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How to Figure Out Anything as a Multi-Passionate Entrepreneur

The Goal Digger Podcast

10:06 min | 1 year ago

How to Figure Out Anything as a Multi-Passionate Entrepreneur

"Dive on now. I feel like you need no introduction but i feel like let's do it like give me marie forleo at a glimpse yes well. You know we'll take it back for anyone listening. If we've never met before i like going back to the old days of when i popped out of college and was super excited about doing something i was hoping is going to be meaningful in the world and that would allow me freedom and to build financial oh freedom and all those things i think many of a stream of and i found myself on the floor of the new york stock exchange wall street and i was super excited john because i'm a person who has a lot of energy and and there is literally no physical seats on the floor. They have these things that pop out from the wall. They're like fold up seats but there's no real seats and i was pumped to be there. I was grateful to be there. I grew up in a working class family on the first person in my family to ever go to college. That was a really big deal and to have this job on wall street was like a._m. Proud i. I have a steady paycheck. I have health benefits like this is good and i'm not gonna lie. I was always someone who is very ambitious. I experienced a lot of pain heenan my childhood specifically around money and i saw how much pain the lack of it caused and i saw my mom go through so much feeling so powerless us around money and you know quite frankly i saw that many moms and adult women when i was growing up and so i had made a pact to myself that when i became an adult i wanted to do ever ever was possible to earn a lot of money not because i care about nice shoes or a lot of materialism. That's really that's not my life. I love experiences and i also left taking care of. If people like it's part of my nature and i wanted to be able to take care of others so at this wall street job guys around me were earning like a jillion dollars a year more money then i could have ever conceived ub growing up yet there is a big problem most of them while they seemed rich and successful and powerful on the outside seemed spiritually bankrupt one way i could see that was used to pine for these like two weeks of vacation that they had every year that that was the only thing they we had to look forward to and then of course the lifestyle of wall street was very typical of what we see you know back in the ninety s. Which was you know. The bell rings at four p._m. You hit a strip strip club. You do lines of coke and i'm like oh my god. This is so not me plus. It was ninety nine point nine percent men gender inequality and gender balance was insane. I was trying so hard to be taken seriously. I've always had very long hair but on wall street. I actually had a pixie cut. I cut off all my hair in an effort to be taken seriously. I just wind fine my spot in this world so cut to six months into that job. I started hearing this little still small voice inside that was like marie. This isn't worse must obey. This isn't what you're meant to do. You need to get out of here and that was hard to hear because that little voice was not telling me what else i was supposed supposed to do and i tried to ignore it because again. It felt wildly irresponsible. I i don't again comparable wealthy family. I didn't have a trust fund. I was tens of thousands of dollars in debt after college. Delay quitting steady job without having a backup plan seemed insane right not what i was going to do but got to the point where i could no longer ignore that voice in one day on the floor. I had what i can only describe to be some what of a mild panic annika tack. You know. I'm walking around. I started getting dizzy. I had trouble breathing. I felt like really nauseated like i was going to throw up and told my bosses like had to get out and go grab a cup of coffee thirty instead of getting the caffeine i made a beeline to the nearest church i had grown up in a catholic household and i went to a catholic university so i was kind of trained to new crisis. Ask god for help some kind of guidance. I'm sitting on the steps trinity church bawling my eyes out in my little kind of you know they give be these like dark blue blazers that you are in the floor exchange miscarriage running down my face and the first one i got was to call my dad which made sense because i was so just i. I felt so guilty to be honest with you because i knew how much he busted his ass to put me through school that i didn't want to be a disappointment so i opened my flip phone. If anyone remembers those call my pops and was just bawling my face out. I finally took a breath to catch my breath. He interrupted. He said ray com now. Now you're fine. He's like you've worked since you were nine years old. I am not worried about you keeping a roof over your head or paying your bills look. You're gonna work for the next forty forty or fifty years of your life. You have got to find something you love and if this isn't it and you're getting yourself this second this upset then you gotta adequate and you've got to do whatever it takes to find something you love and don't stop looking until you find it and so that was kind of my first permission slip you you get the f out of there but you know. I honestly had no clue how to find something. I loved and there's even a skeptical part of my brain. That was like what does that mean somewhere deep in my soul. I knew it was right so i went on a bit of an odyssey to try and find out who i was and my only clues were that i loved creativity. I was highly the creative. I thought i was going to be either an animator for disney or a painter or fashion designer and i loved business and marketing. My dad was an entrepreneur in a small business owner and i got to see him operate his small printing business growing up so i thought magazine publishing might be the place for me right. There's like the the editorial side and there's the ad side commerce business art all of it and so. I got a job at gourmet magazine in their ad sales department. I was like okay. This is going. It'll be and it's gonna be awesome right now. In terms of the landscape there was many more women. My boss was a woman. The publisher of the magazine was a woman. They were all amazing. I'm like like this is wonderful. I love to eat it was gourmet by my little cubicle was next to the test kitchen so the chefs would be like hey. We're trying out this new recipe. Do you want to chase yeah. That's right. I was like who has to like this on your police. Bring the snacks but the same thing happened about six months. I started hearing that voice jonah voice right. This isn't who you're supposed to be and then i started to really feel a sense sense of panic because i watched my peer group around me. They were all starting to get promotions. They were all kind of getting this foothold in their life and here i was wanting to quit. Quit my job yen so i thought to myself okay. Wall street was very numbers focused. The ad sales side of a magazine is very numbers focused. Maybe i have gone too far on that nightside. Maybe i need to really strengthen my creativity. What if i'm supposed to be on the editorial side so hustled my buns off. I got a position as a fashion assistant at mademoiselle and i was like okay. This is gotta be at gona photo shoots fashion shows in the new product lines you know working with layouts like all these highly creative things and when she now at six months in same thing started happening at and i have to be honest here because i started started to feel really broken you know i had graduated the valedictorian of my class and i'm a very hard worker and couldn't square. How can i be this committed to doing really good work and this freaking clueless about who i am in this world like why does nothing fit and so when i was at that the job i was on the internet one day probably when i shouldn't have been and i stumbled upon what was a new profession at the time now you gotta get guys. This is nineteen ninety nine like nine hundred ninety nine. It was talking about this new profession called coaching which at that point no one had ever heard of before jenna when i read this article all about people that had these coaching businesses about how it was so focused on co creating strategies with people it was very positive. It was very forward moving. It sounded really exciting. It was as though something inside of my heart broke open. It was like the clouds parted and little cherubs. We're we're seeing like little sunbeam's. Shooting out of there is right into my heart and something about it just felt so right. However my very critical mind signed immediately stepped in. Who do you think you are who the hell is gonna hire a twenty-three-year-old life coach. You haven't even lift life yet. You can't even keep a job for more than six months your ten thousand dollars in debt. You have nothing to offer anyone. This is nuts. This is crazy by the way how cheesy is a term life coach which so that's where i was but i couldn't deny that this was the right thing i had ever felt in terms of calling and so i signed up for three year coach training program with coach university and i continue to work at the magazine during the day can i was my paycheck. That's how things went fast forward a few months. I got a call all from the h._r. Department at conde nast publications. They had a promotion for me. It was an opportunity at folk more money a lot more prestige staying on that steady paycheck health benefits train and that jenna was my work on the road a on the safe path or do i do this weird thing called life life coaching which no one has ever heard of i think as cheesy as hell but sounds amusing and so i quit my job and i went back to bartending in waiting tables else and decided to start my business at twenty three so what has happened since twenty three because has happened and i'm juiced just giggling as you're talking because i feel like every listener can relate to these voices the one that is like who do you think you are in the one that is like you you were made for this and like it's just this constant conversation in our heads in if if the world saw the conversations that you're having in our heads we would look like geico

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"sales department" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"sales department" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Everybody has now I mean every company has the all the same you got really look carefully for that logos important because without that you can't tell the difference. Yeah. And the. It's very hard to get found a General Motors when I worked back there, my first job was GM Detroit. Was that marketing and finance and the executives have a lot of sei's to what goes into production. So all those cars are going to production or not necessarily the ones that designers and the engineers were like to see out there. In fact, I've been in many meetings with in GM where the marketing and sales department says, well, if you make it to new and exciting where frayed the old people won't buy it sales. And then there was at that time, I actually worked with a new John DeLorean. He was still a GM, and he and the Pontiac group says, well, that's not right at all, if they said, if you build and design a car that young people like and young man likes the old man will buy it because he wants to look young young. You know, we don't design cars, old people, expect young people to buy old man's car. It's the other way around and you know, with all this great philosophy GM still in bankrupt, because they weren't innov-. Waiting Nuff to beat the Japanese. And now we're in competition with the Chinese. Unbelievable. But what's even more? Unbelievable. To me is now it's bunker, Bradley tour. How do you make that move? I mean, isn't one of those things that if you can design a beautiful car, you can also design a beautiful dress? In a way, it is. If you I think of myself as a designer not necessarily an artist or stylus, but a designer so with design there's, there's a lot of components. There's styled function function is very important and manufacturing certainly in the car industry, manufacturing. We print on demand. We manufacture dresses and to demand. We doing recording. We don't we don't print hundred. We're not in the business doing high volume make ten thousand dresses put them in a warehouse and try to flog him for two years. You know, we're, we're making actually making functional dresses that make a woman look slimmer..

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"sales department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"sales department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back with Eddie and rocky boy rock look forward to this every week. He is a Ray of sunshine. She comes into studio until I looked at a little while ago. You sit there like somebody is shot, a puppy editing. Pictures of a puppy because the puppies visiting today, we have a puppy visits the office. And basically, everyone is has a kind of an office towards the sales department in this building makes their Instagram about this dog once a week because she gets to come in this week. Is that dog is that the one that's like deaf or something? Yes. Yes. Zena? Like, we weren't allowed to speak of the this is a well known thing now belong fearless leader and a top secret, right? Our fearless leader DJ Hodge came across the puppy and was swayed by the puppies disability puppy cannot here. So we love you bring your little dog in here you bring Elvis in here. You're a normal dog. He doesn't need to be Honey set. Dog. I mean, he won't be on anything. He won't. I mean, he just lay there and be amazing that your dog. So I wouldn't mind if he probably. And by the way, rhino and right. Oh, the dog. He's great. He's a he's a tour though, love to can't stop retriever for you know. I mean, the same thing. It's just kind of a phase. He's he's a really good dog. He's inconsistent with his potty training. He rings a little bell on the door. And he goes, I never heard of that thing. That's the thing. You have a little. Little Christmas bell and a string lay down. You said you ring the balance, I it's like a fire alarm every drop. So they're doing you have about three seconds to get to the door seeing right there because the dogs like I've wrong, you're stupid bell. So I have played along with your business now me outside or IP right here on the door. Is there such a thing as a dog diaper? Oh, yeah. My my own our oldest dog Louis wears one every night. No kidding. At our house. I gotta give Louis medicine or else, he hacks and coughs all night. I got the puppies crying Elvis's. You know, he's kind of along with the flow the baby's crying. And then. Yeah, you gotta put a diaper on Douglas because the medicine makes him p our whole life is p the baby peas the puppy pees. In our oldest dog peace everywhere. Now, I know how my wife feels. Yes. Asia, Admiral, I thought that much about it. But thank you for support. Honey. So. We're here to talk about plastic surgery. Rachel, okay. And this this got I can't believe this called both VAR is this guy. What's his name, Robert Alvarez? Yeah. He is from where I I've never seen where he's from. Your. Yeah. This guy is trying to look like human Ken DAW to match the human Barbie doll. Right. I reckon. That's what he's trying for. He has spent nearly one million dollars. He has had sixty nine surgeries on his body. And he just had the eleventh operation on his nose because his nose was so up that a doctor said it looks like you've been in a car crash because everything is completely destroyed inside your nose. This is a long dark path you go down. I mean, these guys I was addicted to this stuff right has to be say my nose was destroyed inside since when I was a kid. My nose was always the part of my body that I hated the most people would call me potatoes, and tease me for it at the age of fourteen. I would take my nose when going out into school hoping that my knows what change its shape, and I'd be taunted less, dude. If you go out with tape on your nose, people weren't go. What's the deal with? And there's so much you can do with contouring in terms of makeup. I I know I've subjected you guys this makeup videos because I think they're fascinating are pretty amazing. Where are you changed complete shape of somebody's face? Yeah. You need to do necessarily cleared. This guy's mental problem for sure. Yes. Not a responsibility to the doctors say, no, we're not we're not doing this anymore. You would think so as people that take codes of ethic to help other. Show me the rub the money together. That's exactly what it is. Go but delegate this case been almost a million dollars plastic surgery. You telling me that you could go the die like a Michael Jackson. It got arrested soul. What that guy did to himself? He was completely normal human being. And then by the time he died. I don't know we look like a monster. So what does the cutoff? Rachel ask. You just say for a woman, what does the cutoff on what's acceptable, plastic surgery? And then what is like too far? Well, see. That's it depends on who your friends are basically. Because if you guys have noticed, your female, friends or your wife's female friends, there are certain groups, right. That may be more likely to get plastic surgery, and they tend to group together because your girlfriend is thanks, you're fine. And you're you're beautiful the way you are is not going to be the person you want to talk to you. When you get plastic surgery. Let me make an example. I have days where I don't go the gym. I try to go to the gym like four or five times a week some days. I don't wanna go the gym. So I call my mom is his okay. If I don't go the gym today. She says yes every time if I texted rocky he told me to get my butt to the gym. Yes. So so the same thing is true of women and plastic surgery. That's my point women are gonna find other women that Wilson whatever endeavor to whatever they want to go. So if that means you want to look like cat woman. There's that. She has a bunch of friends that kind of look like her, and they all say, well, you're doing great. And so women normal women that haven't had anything and there's nothing wrong with moderation. Or if you feel bad about something we're not saying that we're just saying there's a limit when you don't look like yourself anymore. I mean, you know, if you want to get the bags under your eyes taken away or if you wanna boob job or something or or whatnot. But if the whole structure of your face changes that ain't good. I'll tell you the one that I can you tell me if you can understand it, Rachel the the woman the women don't the duck lip thing. Oh god. Guy. God that won't be amazing. If she just had the big pouty? Duck lips never never women have made other women get that done and all the women. I know they have done it have regretted it and. It fades down or you can get it removed. Some it depends on what kind of filler. Some of them do some of them. Don't the ones that don't have to be dissolved by another chemical, and so women will have it dissolved. But it's it's really not a fun process and everybody regrets it and usually ends up going back to not filling their lips thing. Thing that's been perpetuated on social media a lot. This is going to be a little bit of your element, but liquid lipsticks they were invented for women to have lip fillers because you don't have creases in your lips. When you have looked fillers fun fact, so if anybody's ever wondering, that's how you can tell you don't have creepy an inner tube on a tire. It looks like a sausage sausage in case ten pounds of blank stuff in a five pound. And that that trend that makeup trend really made people feel inferior because their lips side cracks in them. And so a lot of win and went out and got fillers just to have be able to wear liquid lipstick like Kylie Jenner dead or how Kim Kardashian you get the surgery just thinking, we're kind of lipstick you want that a lot of people dead. Yeah. Now because they felt that their lives were inferior. Because all of these women they're on social media. We're photographed in a way that obviously they didn't have that natural imperfection that women without fillers. Do but I love the pictures. They're all Photoshop they're all airbrush. But but I don't think normal women realize that and they're like, oh my God. Look how they look. They don't look like that. Surge in the world, comprehension, does not look like she doesn't a picture. No. And there was a new. A a woman brought up online that there's a new aiding software that actually lets you pick what kind of six pack you want to airbrush onto yourself. Okay. How you want to enlarge your breasts how they're all these tricks that basically the same kind of photo shopping that goes into a Victoria secret catalogue, you can do on apt now jeeze, wait a minute those girls, don't look like that. I am. So sorry. Magazines for mayors. I started I got hooked on the Sears catalogs back when I was a kid the Fredericks our Hollywood catalog. Hail. Yes. On girls who looked like they couldn't get into porn. Sleazy? Yes. Rachel, always a pleasure. Always hang out with you guys. Thanks, buddy. Have a great weekend. We check in with traffic. Now, we got John matterease coming up. Rob what's going on? I thought of a bad movie if tar.

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"sales department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"My neighbor. That's my actual neighbor. Bruce who lives next door? I only hear from him when I'm on the air, which is which is similar to most of my relatives. I want to talk about. Stupid things. Your boss has told you to do dumb things that your bosses have pulled you to do because when it gets down to we don't mind our jobs as a rule, we don't mind our jobs, and we tend to like our work. The trouble comes from you have to deal with human beings. Like my neighbor Bruce next door. Here's the deal. The dumbest thing anybody. I I was thinking about what are the dumbest things by managers have told me to do. All right. Here's the first dumb thing. My manager has told me to do the first thing manager told me to do is we needed to build up. We need to hire a sales department for radio station. I used to be a suit he used to wear wingtip shoes Brooks brother's, suits. And I was I was starting. I was building up radio station. So was starting up stations and you have to build the sales department, which usually involves about twelve people. Two of them are good three of them are drawn to the rest of the turnover at the end of each month. It's it's a very simple system. This manager who knew nothing about my business. And that's usually the curse isn't it that you're working for somebody who doesn't actually know about your business. They may be related. Somebody thought that they be brings up the interesting to the industry. That's always my favorite, you know, different perspective to the industry. No shut up. I don't have time to teach somebody all this actually said to me. Why don't you hire? We had no sales department. We were going to start it. Why don't you hire one salesperson? And when they're too busy hire a second. And then they're too busy. You hire a third. He wanted me to build a sales department one person at a time as each person got busy enough and needed more people to handle the business. I swear that's what this guy wanted to do..

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"sales department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"That's it. I've had I've had. I'm Walter Stirling. This is sterling on Sunday and to die. We're going to talk about. That's my neighbor. That's my actual neighbor, Bruce, Liz next door. I only hear from them when I'm on the air, which is which is similar to most of my relatives. I wanna talk about. Stupid things. Your boss has told you dumb things that your bosses have told you to do because when it gets down to a we we don't mind our jobs as a rule, we don't mind our jobs, and we tend to like our work. Trouble comes from you have to deal with human beings. Like my neighbor Bruce next door. Here's the deal. The dumbest thing anybody. I I was thinking about what are the dumbest things by managers have told me to do. All right. Here's the first dumb thing. My manager has told me to do the first thing manager told me to do is we needed to build up. We'd have to hire a sales department for radio station. I used to be a suit used to wear wingtip shoes Brooks brother's, suits. And I was I was starting. I was building up radio stations starting up stations, and you have to build the sales department, which usually involves about twelve people. Two of them are good three of them are drawn the rest of the turnover at the end of each month. It's it's a very simple system. This manager who knew nothing about my business. And that's usually the curse isn't it that you're working for somebody doesn't actually know about your business. They may be related. Somebody thought that they be bring something interesting to the industry. That's always my favorite, you know, different perspective to the industry. No shut up. I don't have time to teach somebody all this. He actually said to me, why don't you hire? We had no sales department. We were going to start it. Why don't you hire one salesperson? And when they're too busy hire a second. And then were there. Too busy you hire third. He wanted me to build a sales department one person at a time as each person got busy enough and needed more people to handle the business. I swear that's what this guy wanted to do. And this was at NBC..

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"sales department" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Aches and pains right and i don't like to i don't take a lot of those painkillers because you know they can thin your blood i don't i don't like that you know take a tylenol when i have to something like that but i don't so i told the joyce from my sales department she's like one of our top sales gals right so she comes in with this my job buddy my own my old buddy right and she goes joe you gotta try this because you work out a lot and they always get a glitch glitch if i work out because i always push myself too hard and i'm trying to eat fight fight the age one of i'm gonna tell you so this is a massage it's like but it's not a typical massager it's so different when it comes to pain relief heat matters right well the my old buddy massage uses frictional heat he just put a little pressure on it becomes almost like a vibrating keypad so i said was a glitch in the back that i had on my shoulder blade that by superintendent situation i keep telling you about you can get from my old buddy a deep tissue massage with vibration percussion and heat for aches pain soreness preworkout warm spasm i have to tell you something it works i'm not going to tell you some you know what when joyce came in and i appreciate that so much and respect they joe will you do this deo spring they will bring a product a potential sponsor t old pal joe on the radio and i have so much respect for you you take i take this for granted i don't need frankie now debbie we feel the same way you've kind enough to gather around this virtual kitchen table every morning and has to the issues we we appreciate that so someone comes to me and i go is this thing man it works it's called my old buddy massager it's like it's one of the.

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"sales department" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And disrespect the world cup but i'm not gonna sit here and necessarily wax poetic about it although i do a little bit of an offshoot question for the world cup that i might squeeze in a little bit later on you know i think don brings up something that is interesting in that you don't think about the kind of people that are affected who work inside these organizations when you have the you know the trains enc of these players going back and forth and coming and going in here and there i mean think of this and i know for a lot of people you're like oh this should be easy but i hope it isn't flying over people's heads so if you're in the sales department of the miami heat eight years ago it was a good day because you were out there selling lebron bosh and wade and when chris bosh ran into his health issues and dwayne wade left and lebron left what were you there selling you're trying to sell your trying to sell advertising you're trying to get people who want to invest their business dollars which they have to be very careful with nowadays into a team that just had to well one superstar walk out the door another who was going to leave shortly to go to chicago and chris bosh shoe more than likely will not be able to play basketball ever again because of the issues he's got with the circulatory system how do you pick up the pieces on that but there are lots of people in every organization that are affected by it i'll give you another one here quickly is you will hear something in the playoffs called playoff shares so every round of the playoffs you go and every major league sports in every big time sport the big you know team sports we have here in america you get the money that the players end up splitting amongst themselves and other team staffers equipment managers pr people like that people who are on the proverbial firing lines with them every day handling their needs making sure they're taken care of making sure that those players are in the best position to succeed that for some life changing money if you have a ten year run guys tell my fatherinlaw this on the golf course this week about a guy that i know who was a long time equipment manager in the nfl and a new coach had come in and he went to the coach and said hey you know i'm i'm really living and dying by playoff shares here i don't make much in salary for the position and the coach time did by three and brought him up to where he should be commensurate to where other people were paid in in that same position and then they're very successful nfl team and the nfl team goes on big runs in the playoffs so those guys end up kind of getting a share and that's you're you're talking about plunking down for somebody that might make one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars a year working in the nfl and they can get themselves a piece of a playoff share depending on how deep team goes you're talking anywhere from thirty five to seventy thousand dollars for some of these people stunned money so when the team goes from making the nba finals to be in the seven seed it affects a lot more people than just the players let's go to thomas in south carolina next on the gresh show cbs sports radio thomas what's up hey gresh okay i won't throw some stuff out and so.

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Firefighters accused of making sex tape in firehouse leave department

News, Traffic and Weather

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Firefighters accused of making sex tape in firehouse leave department

"Plenty of cheers as groups politicians and businesses passed by even the occasional superhero to worry about seattle police say there were no incidents that either the parade or the festivities at the seattle center that followed today fire crews have a wildfire burning in central washington under control the blaze near vantage on the columbia river which scorched about eleven square miles had threatened about thirty homes state firefighters will leave and allow local crews to address the hot spots the fire started wednesday night and quickly spread through brush and grass in that area and a busy intersection in west seattle has a community action group stepping up to make it safer for drivers sales department of transportation says there have been dozens of accidents there in the last five years komo's lamonica peter's reports the city is taking safety steps i worry about my safety and hitting someone animals and people are always late always late in a hurry and i just saw three car accidents here in the last four months those are just a few of the problems the highland park action committee says it's happening at the intersection of highland park way in holden avenue people are being tboned people are speeding down when it gets wet it's very steep and it gets very slippery so they start sliding down the hill really quickly omana says the latest accident sunday night is another reminder or why something has to change the department of transportation says from twenty twelve to twenty seventeen there have been thirty three traffic accidents at the interest section both the action committee.

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"sales department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sales department dan the traffic office and the little nooks and crannies remember they were little nooks and crannies were different offices different like worlds exists yeah it's on there and working the overnight as as daesh one knows you had time to kind of walk around and stuff yeah it was fun to rate stephen johnny did their show from back there right and and he has tales of stuff that he would see i have pictures to my son josh in the showcase when he was four sitting in that chair doing the for dean at the top of the hour id's was you're listening to the voice of chicago blah blah and i have it on tips and we're anyway we're moving with the next couple of weeks so this may or may not be our last show here we'll see what happens it most likely will roll out the red carpet for you please news folks it is in our last okay now this is at all right it is speaking of this as it is for thirty three years roger badesch and right now it is sixty degrees at o'hare federal agent shot killed a drug suspect in chicago agent fired after the man hit him with his vehicle saturday during a traffic stop agents injuries are not lifethreatening da says cocaine was found in the man's car president trump's lawyers have tried to convince special counsel robert muller of the limits of demanding the president testify in the russia probe a composed of secret twenty page letter to muller to assert that he cannot be forced to testify in the investigation into russian meddling.

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"sales department" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"I hope that they find a cool stealthy open world and the ion side back yeah yeah he's been in the studio just call us four is on this list that's probably a little suspicious of that now i'm excited i'm not explain why do i know three was poor the received okay actually okay the three team right from what i heard okay i'll cut to the chase science when this posted about people are like those sound like placeholder generic sequels this can't be real largely because they game called rage to this list i guess shifted into damage troll mode and announced to yep so tweeting out like screen shots the same day or the day after l paths and as of today we have gameplay trailer radio we also should talk about that so we will for sure but but like that definitely lends a lot more veracity to this list yes if you can call rigs to then looking at these games of all the games on this list rage to the most improbable one and that turned out to be real so this could very likely be breed to next year sports games are like the one that also was weird one of the final fantasy seven remake which always heard his way with way off so i mean some of these older some of these could be like four next year game or something who knows it could also be a list where like somebody somebody in the in the sales department hey we need a list of all the games coming out of the three and the person handed them a list of stuff that they knew was coming and stuff that they were like maybe this is coming yeah it's like it's.

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"sales department" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"That's true it's very true and the hind the things i hear is very nice or here's gray doesn't want people to know that does not does say that you know he's so into send a text howard stern said that elvis's great a number one on the radio thought elvis would like to know when i read stuff like that you know it makes me i'll crawl up in a ball in the corner and start crying i wanna know where he heard that you're never one right because we're not number three who cares what number we but it's cool that he's seven power things number one than your number one of our opinion means moving it's true we are sales department should scrap all ratings scrap all ratings research and just go out and say howard says their number one that's all my go the money mccann rolling tidal wave anyway when someone you admire that much says something nice about you it is it it's oh yeah one day kathy kathy kathy lee gifford so when she was leaving regis back in the day she turned to me and she said you know you'd make a great replacement for me and that was like what kathy lee said that i would make a great replacement for like that was like the coolest thing 'cause you know you look up dr looked up for a terror for so many years penalty the host you would love to be you should get that job kathy lee and daniel anyway so so how has own life going on we're we're not even a part of it he does his thing and he goes home which disrespect i just respect that beyond belief in i think that's what maybe why our show does well because i don't give a flying f about what they're doing across the street next door at the other station.

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"sales department" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Unless it's really specific to what you know they're working on you just you just went right over their heads and they didn't hear you so that's why you gotta bring it back to the y and bring the impact right and the impact and just be able to say it's about the customer so you know as much as i love to get into how we're going to be doing item transfers or back order processing on sales orders it's you know not where i'm at not wear i'm really focused i'm really focused on that the customer needs x the customer's going to be able to do why and this is going to be the benefit to the customer and along with that we can accomplish that for the customer we're going to be getting market growth of this or this is going to allow us to be able to get into a brand new market so a lot of that stuff though too has been driven by sales so one of the things always remind them to and i'll use an example of we've we've got some stuff coming out at the end of this calendar year that's going allow us to get into brand new market that was driven by some sales opportunities that came up and that turned out to be again one of those ways of clarity with sales and finding that home there's a market opportunity here nobody is really successfully filling that gap and we could do so for a pretty small investment i'm really glad you bring that up because i think that's something that can happen when the two departments at least in terms of leadership are not being led together as a as a group that can feed off each other in a way because where i've seen successful products is that they have almost this ability to do this foreword research this predictive sort of model on what's going to happen in the market and what's coming and just like you said i've seen a lot of those opportunities come from the sales department and somebody's actually sitting down and listening to the sales department say this is what the this is what our potential not what our customers are saying not where we're at today this is what our potential customers are saying that they need and no.

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"sales department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The scene where i say okay uh re tweet this message uh will teach their politician or volvo or you know because i mad at the car that you sold me or something like that but inside act um volvo isn't following all of those people and they're not receiving those messages it's really just the appearance of those tweet serena tweets that carry any gravity right am i am i understanding that correctly think about the so year or so you're on twitter david example rate and you see uh in the quake and has tweeted a message saying uh you know volvo is not delivering my car and he's tweeted apple volvo account right this is an actual example ahead now it is so somebody of volvo presumably his looking at that account and looking at who is tweeting at the account and corresponding with a bank lake in a in buys 5000 reach tweets up is is a complaint so now the person looking at the volvo cow who's in charge of the account for a volvo is looking at at account thing holy smokes five then people think the clay is right and were terrible car company so now that persons like is calling the sales department like hey we've got to get click and his volvo we gotta make this right this thing's going up on twitter twitter we're gonna look bad deal you know papers are going to write about we're gonna pick it up it's going to go viral that's what they worry about you see all these customer complaints right on about airlines especially and how quickly they go viral and they become public relations nightmare at right that go back to the ball but this little thing in fact those aren't five thousand people in five thousand people aren't receding those reach tweets the only place that five thousand exists is in the number next to the re tweet on clay aitken's account and that is the number little volvo is seeing an looking at and wondering are five thousand people agreeing with klay again that were terrible car company the me to be therein lies the fraud you did not talk about president trump in this i'm kinda glad and but also curious because he's obviously the.

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"sales department" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

"Had to respond so for a while they got a little bit more adventure yeah they debt because of things always been said about playboy is that a lot of times the girls almost look like an because they're so airbrushed vague tie there was a stretch where they really yeah you saw his ciro creases or flaws or anything in any of those women you i forgot the a place that a young man could could find these magazines that they weren't old enough to buy them was that was at a barber shops and yes my dad went to a barber shop that had playboys out yes so bill burns who's in our our sales department he i i get my hair cut a place called benny in springfield but right here used to go to venues when it was located in philadelphia and so when he heard me talking about it he said man like are you i remember i used to go there and they had the magazine's but there were on the bottom so like yet time your life and seaboard rated yeah and then you had to go underneath and there was no by the way steve a first edition copy roughly nick just pulled up some uh some uh some auctions would go for about seven grand seven grand for a 'but amount of money for and aggasing magazines don't usually pull as much monies you think they would you remember was at the twenty five year anniversary humor candy loving member that whole yeah yes that was a big surge ahead gigantic she i ganic breast the remember career now she was in hafner was no her look that up right now have never have no is yoyo verify this pressed into favour blonde the blondes and so a like p n then then and then you remember the tragic story of dorothy stratton yup who was she had a license plate that was made it was made into a movie star eighty she was brutally murdered by her up like cycle boyfriend bear abbott she was playmate of.

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"sales department" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on WCTC

"The patriots group sales department at night away to 520 seven hundred two book the diving club today we head to the bottom of the night thing here it's mark short's on the call mike lawrence right of the boards back on the radio side of things for 1450 wctc we've god he chris traffic jonathan janika and everyone's favourite baseball encyclopedia ed fagan part of the s p and broadcast booth to my left it'll be christian moreau the lead for the patriots at the bottom of the night guerrero mark bennett qazi end carlos curious mind as they work against bread alan on amount here for the revolution of fifth differed pitcher used by the reds here tonight is gals who was the starting pitcher he went five and a third chase hutchings in caused twothirds of his horlick a scoreless twothirds innings i go quick with a scoreless seven ricardo gomez a scoreless eighth and out brad alan looks to continue that trend here in the ninth first pitch the moreira lifted tore steep center that goes harris and right in front of the war jackie runs it down one pitch and one allowed out here in the bottom of the ninth inning rumour arrow gave that ball right deepest part of the ballpark i mean 402 straightaway center field but what some fans might not realize is that when you get the straight away center field it is a horizontal flat line towards rightcenter field so the couch bronze doors sipe here site era tv begg all perk is actually the deepest part of the ballpark in rightcenter field slightly deeper than straightaway center mark vilakazi steps in near the first pitch for bread alan mrs loan outside one ball and nostrike it's five runs on eleven hits though errors for the reds two runs five it's two hours for the patriots but a qazi takes a strike at the knees year one one be sure should stay tuned city fleming to deploy store post game show after the conclusion of this broad of this ballgame if you're listening on 1450 wctc qazi ground this one over towards third it's tracked down by tree and fell fields spins and fires onto purse space adventure to now down to their final out of this ballgame but stay tuned city the department store post game show we will have the.

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"sales department" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on WCTC

"Clients with a great view of all the action from the party that groups of thirty morgan party on the party deck in a joy in all you could eat premium buffet call the patriots group sales department at nine away ju 520 700 the plan your party on the party dako well we moved to the bottom of the ninth inning and it is time for cody aplly to come on the mound for the blue crabs with david carpenter abbie's contract purchased by the arizona diamondbacks he left the bridgeport bluefish was now leaves courteously as the strongest statistical closer ideologically so far this season zach thornton night came to a close he tells the scoreless innings of relief without allowing a piece runner southern maryland pitchers have now retired seventeen street patriots batters the last patriot to reach peace was justified patchily back in the third inning he drew a one out wachtel after alfredo rodriguez was thrown out trying to steal second base so it's tatchell leedle leadoff year in the bottom of the ninth inning hoping to begin a rally for somerset patchioli yovani ginzalo us in kyle roller all do up work and against cody athlete who said really a tremendous season this is now his forty th first appearance is four saves so far this here with a two point eight one earned run average he's been strong against somerset first pitch from the stretch year to patch yoli at the needs for a called strike on one last time somerset saw empoli was back on june twenty nine th he recorded the saving two six four victory fell sasana june twenty seven and which allowed a run in a six three victory here another fastball at the knees for a called strike apache these fallen behind it account owing two that you'll he's been on these twice today reached on an error back in the first real walk in the third also grounded out in the sixth service that would love to get him on base at apply some pressure to this blue crabs team in the bottom of the ninth inning the o2 mrs low one ball into strikes i have lee began is atlantic week career with the lancaster barnstorming 2014 and again in two thousand fifteen minutes midway through.

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"sales department" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"sales department" Discussed on WCTC

"Leftfield line and enjoy the oil you ain't barbecue but fail we do all the work so you could just sit back and relax call the patriots group sales department at nine away eight two 520 700 to plan your next ballpark barbecue always now he tuna one sorry said lead as we move to the top of the eighth inning here td bank ballpark mark swartz on fourteen fifty wctc mike lawrence running the board's beckett are somerset studios and lucas urban he's back on the mound to work the eighth inning here from the wind up firstpitch fastballs kevin aaron's mrs upstairs one ball and no strikes also got kelly coming through with a twoout rbi single up the middle scoring arunachal than and given the patriots a two one lead fastball here from urban mrs lohan outside to kevin aaron's twoball does and no strikes so with that urban and the patriots for the first time this series are leading the sugarland skaters to two on ballgame 202 errands at the knees for occult strike to and one an hour then try to maintain this lead for somerset he was at eighty seven pitches through said seven innings he's back on the mound year struck out the side in the seventh to one is faldo and the cow now two balls into strikes or even only had two strikeouts over the first six sittings of this ballgame but he struck out the side in the seventh he's retired ten consecutive batters and fifteen of his less sixteen is the to to hear swing a mistrial three four straight strikeouts for lucas urban now six strikeouts in this ballgame and at that egf sunti will come to the played here with one out nobody on or inches looks like he's getting stronger and stronger as this ballgame progresses couple of relievers at the patriots bullpen just stretching a little bit starting to get loose but heartache urban out with our well he's pitching right now anthony gene santi at the plate he takes the first pitch this fall for a called strike going on now eleven consecutive retired by ervin and he is innocent sown each is getting the ball gripping it and ripping at breaking ball mrs low year one ball and one strike arben twotimes this season as struck out more than six batters including a nine strikeout performance over seven innings back on june twenty four against the new britain piece is at six strikeouts here today one.

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