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Floridian Finds Fair Value Flipping Furniture

Side Hustle School

07:33 min | 4 d ago

Floridian Finds Fair Value Flipping Furniture

"Today story call center. Employees in central florida binds that restoring furniture too hard with a bit of technique and finesse actually learned a lot in a short period of time. He goes from learning the ropes to budding side-hustle to actually running it as a full time business. I'll tell you exactly how it works. Then he makes another change another career change. That demonstrates y improving. Your skills is so important. It's a big part of this message. I try to bring every day and by the way. Welcome to school. My name is christina. Abo- i have the privilege of bringing you the sharpie day and ultimately it's about encouraging you to diversify your income to create more options for yourself and not just options to be overwhelmed but more options to create more security so that you have a backup plan so that you have more income coming from different places you're not reliant on one source etc so often talked about these things about diversifying. Your income can give you freedom insecurity. Well this story illustrates it really well and it also happens with no debt and very little stress so perhaps the archetype of a model to follow no debt very little stress increasing your freedom and security stories called floridian finds fair value flipping furniture in. Yes i did have fun coming up with that title. The stories coming up in just thirty seconds in two thousand twenty one. A truly diversified portfolio needs more than the mix of stocks bonds and mutual funds. It really needs private. Real estate studies have shown that portfolios with an allocation to private real estate generally delivered a better risk adjusted return with more annual income and lower volatility over the past two decades now with fundraise. This level of powerful diversification is available to you. Fundraise has been a partner of the show in the past. But i also use fund rise. I am a fundraiser investor myself. That's not something. I am required or even encouraged to do but i have really been personally impressed with the platform so i started talking about this in conversations that are completely unrelated to the podcast. So i think they're doing something really really interesting. I want to encourage you to see for yourself. How one hundred and thirty thousand. Investors have built a better portfolio with private real estate. It takes just a few minutes to get started. Go to fundraise dot com slash side-hustle today that's f. u. n. t. r. e. dot com slash side-hustle conroy's dot com slash side hustle ryan krones inspiration for his side. Assault came from a close source. His wife jessica late two thousand eighteen just restored their running room furniture to reflect a farmhouse style. One morning shortly after ryan was getting ready for his job and call center management. They got to talking. Jessica mentioned people would pay good money for refurbished furniture. Like how much right asked probably five hundred dollars for a dining room table. Jessica set intrigued. Ryan asked her to teach him how she painted their table. She did and within a week. Ryan was restoring an old dresser. They purchased for thirty dollars off facebook marketplace. The restoration involved ryan putting on a new coat of paint which only took a couple of hours as well as fifty dollars in supplies. This included a ten dollar paintbrush amazon along with the paint from lowe's although he had no previous refurbishing experience ryan realized. He loved the task when he listed the dresser back on facebook marketplace. It's sold within two hours for one hundred and fifty dollars. He and jessica were shocked at how quick it happened. It wasn't much work for a seventy dollar profit and even better. This was the first time they tried my able to replicate or even improved results. So for the next piece ryan refurbished up to the sale price. It sold in less than a day bufton polish with success. He started searching for more pieces of furniture at garage sales auctions and on facebook. He didn't have a truck at the time so he would borrow one from family or friends in order to source multiple pieces in a single day after refreshing them with paint or stain he would list them online with each one profit between one hundred and fifty to two hundred and fifty dollars since you've listed solely on facebook marketplace and didn't advertise ryan didn't have to pay any costs for marketing is. He began to scale up. He would work on several separate pieces at once. He devised a rotation process in his garage which allowed him to apply three coats to three or four pieces a day. You got even faster once. He learned how to do. Stained wood tops. This feature increased the value of his furniture still further. It allowed him to take a fifty dollar dresser and sell it for up to three hundred dollars in fact. Here's a fun anecdote. Brian purchased one particular piece from a garage sale. For fifteen dollars. Hit looked on. Its own so he ended up selling it as for two hundred dollars not a bad return on investment for practically no work the most challenging part of this project was learning the technique of making furniture reflect that farmhouse style. He messed up a bunch of pieces because he didn't apply the paint or stay in a certain way. Sometimes he could recover them sometimes not sometimes he would distress the coats of paint too much but through trial and error ryan perfected the skill. The furniture flipping continued part time for several months. Meanwhile he was growing more and more than happy. It is corporate job so in august. Two thousand nineteen jessica convinced him to quit and try flipping furniture fulltime. He finally got his own truck and focused on the furniture. Business bringing in between two thousand and three thousand dollars a month. Although this was less than he made it as corporate job he was much more content. Ryan did this for about nine months. Also helping out with jessica's wedding photography business earlier this year. He got a chance to go back to work in call center management but with a twist. This time he found a dream job working remotely as a supervisor. This rule enables him to be close to his family also getting a regular paycheck with benefits. He's quick to note that the furniture flipping business will always be one of his reliable income. Sources it's not mentally taxing and he rebels in the opportunity to be creative. Best of all it serves as a solid backup plan so check this out. This story is a wonderful example of something that anybody can do. And when i say anybody can do like let me just kind of break this down because you might think. Well i'm not handy. I'm not either just just to be clear but it's not so much about being handy. Renovating is a lot like reselling of any form so reselling. I sometimes say one way or another. Everybody can do it. So maybe furniture isn't your market. What about computers or cameras or cars or high end kitchen blenders or upscale fashion items. These are just a few markets in which it's possible to make a good profit by acquiring items on making some kind of change or improvement and then selling those items to a new owner now. The chain improvement can be something substantial. You could be like overhauling the entire car. Let's say it can be maybe somewhere in the middle like a lot of furniture renovation is. it can't be purely aesthetic. In some cases you do run into situations like the dope from ryan where he found something and then thought about making a change to it but decided it's actually pretty good as it is in that case he paid a pretty low price borden was able to resell it for for a fantastic profit margin. So that doesn't happen all the time of course but you know as you kind of delve into this. Sometimes it does so. It's one of these things that everybody can do. If you're trying to figure out what's my next. How can i create a source of income. That is a good back-up plan for me. Something in this direction is worth considering. So i'm gonna leave you with today. Inspiration is good but inspiration with action is so much better.

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TSLA is The Chosen One Says Morgan Stanley, Price Target to $810

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

05:29 min | Last week

TSLA is The Chosen One Says Morgan Stanley, Price Target to $810

"Everybody rob power here and today. We're talking about a new note on tesla's stock from morgan stanley. They have increased their price targets significantly. Today after hours. We also have some news on the full. Self-driving beta report on monowai gross margins from china and some news that riven may be raising some more capital taking a look at the stock tussle. Today finished up zero point seven percent to seven hundred and thirty five dollars eleven cents that actually did trail the nasdaq which was up about one percent. But hereafter hours worth. Things have started to get more interesting. After morgan stanley released their updated tussle note. Tesla has jumped by about ten to fifteen dollars. One and a half two percent to read around seven hundred fifty dollars per share otherwise news on tesla was fairly light today. So we're gonna spend most of our time here looking at that note. And as i always say when we look at analyst notes a lot of this is just contextual and it gives us good jumping off points for discussion and things like this also gives us good perspective and insight into the kind of information. That's being circulated around the street. So right off the bat here. This morgan stanley note comes with a great headline. They title the no quote the chosen. One tesla industrializes internet of cars target two eight hundred and ten dollars and quote. That is a huge fifty percent increase over the previous price. Target of five hundred and forty dollars per share. They write quote. We update our forecasts and long-term assumptions. Following better-than-expected cue for deliveries sixty one percent year over year growth and five billion dollar capris raising twenty thirty volume to five point. Zero million units versus three point eight million and taking the price target two hundred ten dollars. Tesla is richly valued for a reason reiterate overweight and quote. Okay so what has changed. Here with morgan stanley's assumptions that has led to this fifty percent price targeted increase while they say they had better than expected volume this year. You four specifically. There's been a significant capillaries. And of course tesla was added to the s. and p. five hundred. So they beat morgan stanley's projection. They have risked and they've been added the s. and p. five hundred which has reduced the float effectively reducing the supply of tesla shares as for the actual changes to their model driving this higher price target. They say that quote the majority of the price target increase comes from the impact of our higher volume assumptions in our model and quote as i said they have increased their twenty thirty delivery forecast from three point. Eight million vehicles to five point two million vehicles and they say that they have now added to factories to their forecast for twenty thirty bringing their total tesla. Plant count to ten. I think that factory count is actually probably pretty close but that would only be you know. Five hundred eighty thousand vehicles per factory by twenty thirty. But it's become very clear. That tesla actually has ambitions of producing two million vehicles or so per factory per year. At least in the case of texas and dig your berlin shanghai. They've said one million plus so even just those factories plus fremont if can hit their production targets in those factories. Gets you to more than five. Point two million that jonas projecting here for twenty thirty as for their earlier year forecasts for twenty twenty one they have increased their projection from seven hundred seventy eight thousand previously now to seven hundred ninety two thousand and as a reminder just as recently as july they had actually been projecting just six hundred and twenty thousand four twenty twenty one so they've actually up that by about thirty percent in just the last six months for twenty twenty two the forecasting one point one five million. I'm not sure what that was previously for. Twenty twenty three. Then they are up from one point. Three five million previously now to one point seven million the fun thing about these increased volume targets from morgan stanley. Is that a few months ago. They did what they called. A great tesla rating. They started including things like mobility services as a recurring revenue from autonomy in their price target. So they're sort of having this ongoing opera moment this year. That as they now add vehicle volume into their forecast they now have to add additional services and revenue margin as well and that is where the game changes in terms of valuation for tusla. And the thing is you. Don't even need a fully autonomous robot taxi type of service to start adding that services revenue in when tesla's starts offering full self driving as a subscription. I think that is going to open a lot. Of analyst is to how tesla's business model is structured and will be increasingly structured going forward leveraging software. It's already easy to say. As i've said in the past that if you want to compare valuations show me another automaker that is selling a ten thousand dollar software option then we can make those comparisons but because that is all sort of right now lumped into the same revenue the same margin line on tussles earnings. People just aren't willing to recognize that yet as a separate line of business when tesla's starts offering full self driving a subscription even if they don't break that out on their earnings that forces a change in how analysts are forecasting and modeling tesla they have to start forecasting recurring high-margin revenue right. Now that's basically all just being pulled forward into that simple ten thousand dollar option which is great but it also makes it easier to ignore the other factor making it easier to ignore right now. Is that a big portion of that is still currently deferred revenue. So it's not actually showing up in earnings. But as tessa delivers more features this year less of that is going to be deferred tussles valuation in and of itself is playing a role here too because it has become so massive analysts have to cover this. They have to cover well. They're getting more and more resources to cover it. They're getting more and more questions as tesla's been added to the s. and p. five hundred those benchmarked funds managers. They need to know what to do with the stock so the coverage is just getting more and more intense and again because the evaluation hide they're going to be a lot of analysts running numbers sort of back testing against that valuation. Saying okay to justify this. This is what needs to happen for the company.

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How Tech Companies Are Changing The Way They Price Things

WSJ Tech News Briefing

14:28 min | 2 weeks ago

How Tech Companies Are Changing The Way They Price Things

"Chances are you've changed the way you spend your money. This year from the tech companies have noticed everyone from apple to amazon. Zoom has been experimenting with the way they price their products to try and entice and keep customers joining now to talk about. Some of their strategies is our personal columnists nicola wedding. Hey andy cole. Thanks for being here. We're going to run through the specifics in a minute. But i want to start by asking. Why look at tech. Companies pricing moves this year. What are these decisions. Tell us about the company's cigarette question. I was curious about whether or not the economic downturn prompted by this very unique pandemic would prompt companies to consider new pricing models. Or in what ways would test traditional pricing schemes. And the reason why it's unique is because economic downturns sometimes forces prices down until in this case. No one was flying into some flight. Prices went down some airlines offered. Buy one get two free seats deals. But in other cases prices went up because grocery van was higher because supply chains were in disarray. Because operational costs were higher for places like restaurants so is really interesting. Look at how companies are reacting. To this unique time i think we often think about economics and pricing models as firm that nothing is new and that there are no real experiments and pricing. But the truth is when there is a moment like this one. Nobody really knows how consumers are going to react. And so in a way a lot of these companies conducting experiments and we saw a lot of companies. Take some different approaches to that. So let's run through some of the examples we saw and we'll start with entertainment reminded us how hollywood adjust in the world of closed movie theaters. Obviously it was a huge hit. Two movie theater industry because being locked in a closed room for two hours isn't exactly cove friendly disney to interesting approach. It launched disney plus very recently and that was probably a saving grace for the company because there are lots of areas of the company that were not doing well like parks for example and mulan was. One of its biggest blockbusters this year to two hundred million dollar. Movie is the remake of a classic. A favorite of mine and they decided instead of releasing it exclusively in theaters which is normal to charge thirty dollars for early access to milan with called premier access and it was an interesting move because they were going to charge thirty dollars which is a pretty high price for streaming service as an add on to what you're already paying which is six ninety nine month for disney plus and offer that early access for three months and then make mulan apart of the larger library in december for centrally free included near subscription. So kind of just charging the price that it would cost to go see the movie at the theater but from your couch now. Milan might be a bit of an anomaly. Because of a number of factors including concerns over where the movie was filmed which was in a part of china where the government has been accused of committing some human rights abuses but batted mind. How was milan received the gamble. Pay off it fell flat. Most analysts say because of two reasons one is because there was a lot of controversy around the filming location. The ceo admitted this himself. And the second reason is that the price is really high and instead of framing the premier access price as discount for disney plus subscribers so they could have charged forty dollars for non-subscribers and thirty or twenty five dollars for subscribers to make feel like. You're getting something out of it. You know a deal. The church this premium price too subscribers. So milan didn't quite work out. It sounds like but is this something that streaming services and entertainment more. Broadly make testing. Interestingly disney's biggest rival one of disney's biggest rivals warnermedia decided to release. Its entire twenty. Twenty one slate of films included with hbo. Max not opting for the premiere pricing model and disney's next release which is pixar soul will be included in the disney plus subscription and not as premier. Add on. so you know that sort of indicates that move london. Do super well for disney. But i do suspect that if we are staying away from movie theaters well into twenty one well into twenty twenty two that they will try this again for another blockbuster release maybe with a lower price. Got it okay. So let's move on to apple. They released ton of new products this year and played on what you have dubbed the. Goldilocks effect. Can you tell us what that means. Goldilocks refers to a good better best pricing strategy. So this means you get three options or three buckets of options that represent sort of like the budget the mid tier and then the expensive model for those who have a very high willingness to pave the latest and greatest features apple for a long time has released new models one or two and then discounted previous models older models to sort of represent that good better best strategy so the budget option was always like last year's iphone this year. They released a record number of new iphone models so five in total and actually the budget option is a new phone. That was released this year. So i think what that says about apple said moving forward. They want their entire lineup their new lineup to represent more pricing tiers to appeal to wider swath of people so even those who are willing to spend just a couple hundred bucks at a phone can feel like they're getting a new iphone sort of expanding their addressable market. And as you mentioned. This is a tactic that apple has used since long before the pandemic but is there a reason sort of doubling down on this in a year like this one. Yeah you know. One of the pricing consultants. I talked to says that more pricing tiers kind of a protective measure for some companies apple is a premium brand so they can get away with selling a multi thousand dollar iphone in during an economic downturn but the lower end iphone. se. That's just a couple of hundred bucks you know. Three three between the four hundred bucks allows them to keep the customer that has a tighter budget in their brand. And hopefully that person will upgrade to a more expensive iphone in the future got it and in a similar pricing move. The fitness company peleton introduced another more expensive stationery bike and lowered the price of the existing model by about three hundred fifty dollars. So what fa logic with this move. Eso not exactly good better best because two tiered pricing system. A lot of economists called this committee classic price discrimination where someone who has ohi willingness to pay more features will pay for the very expensive two thousand four hundred ninety five dollar by plus with all the bells and whistles and those are just starting to get into a stationary bike gang but really wanna peleton are willing to pay the eighteen ninety-five price. This one research paper. That i discussed in the peace looked at this williams sonoma case where two hundred seventy five dollar. Red baking appliance wasn't selling at all and then williams sonoma a more expensive model and then the cheaper model. She sales doubled. So you know. Peleton may have been drying from this classic case here we. We don't have exact numbers on its performance but in earnings calls peleton was very bullish on. It's cheaper model and said that it would continue to be its bestselling bike but what happened is during the pandemic people were more willing to pay for premium equipment because it was replacing their gym membership. And so wait times for this. Newer by plus are now up to ten weeks and wait times for the cheaper bike are know almost half that that time so it seems like maybe peleton should have priced. They're more expensive by maybe even higher or maybe they're less expensive lake even more affordable. So i think that brings us to the fourth big pricing strategy. We saw which is this trend of companies dropping walls and generally making more of their product or service accessible for free. You just right into some of what we saw there. Yes so early. On in the pandemic a lot of companies were responding to this very sudden turn towards work from home and being online and not really being able to communicate with with other people in person so zoom for example lifted their forty minute limit for k. Through twelve educators eighteen other service providers lifted data caps. Comcast made its network of xfinity Wifi access points free for everyone. You don't need comcast subscription. The list goes on and on what they're sort of taking advantage of is the fact that free is great advertising and free something really miraculous to our brains. Were very persuaded by zero dollars. There is this very famous study of students who had the choice between a one set. Hershey's kiss or twenty six cents lynch truffle and when given that choice most students picked the lynch truffle but when the researchers lowered the price of the hershey's kiss to free and the lynn truffle to just one cent below. Even at the price difference was the same. Most students opted for the free. Hershey's kiss so free has a very strong pull on our psyche and these companies. Think that in offering free services they spread goodwill but they also increase the amount of people who are using their service and the thinking is that potentially those people will pay for other things in the long term. so nike is a good example of this. They made their are trading club app. Free the premium subscription cost some amount of money to be able to work out with their very chiseled very good-looking trainers and These trainers are wearing like clothing. And there's a short cut in the app to buy nike apparel and so in making the free They're able to sell more naked goods so they're actually making it free permanently. Yes that nike move definitely worked on me but i wonder aside from that. What is the business case for this option. I think i'm still a free user of zoom for instance which is not making them any money. As far as i know we have seen some indications at this early working for some companies zoom was extremely well positioned to do well this year but in making their service free they got more people acquainted with the service and they started rolling out new products like this new pricing page for people like trainers to charge for zoom sessions. And so i think if you're used to using a service you're more willing to hand over your credit card to that service and their revenue shot up. You know something like over three hundred percent this year year over year that may have something to do with the fact that zoom was like the premier video conferencing tool that we all leaned on but also has to do with the fact that they have a really robust free tier that allows most people to use the service without paying for for extra stuff finally we have subscription model and it sounds like the grocery delivery market is a good example of this. Yeah so home. Delivery exploded this year. It allowed people to stay away from grocery stores which all of a sudden became dangerous activity and Walmart really capitalized on this moment by offering a subscription service It's called walmart. Plus and it includes free unlimited delivery from local stores. The thinking is that it pays for itself interest deliveries walmart says. What's interesting about this example. Is that you know. Walmart really rushed this program out and so they had very scant perks and the program cost ten dollars a so that easiest comparison the laziest comparison is is tames on prime which on top of free unlimited delivery offers you know this giant entertainment bundle free photo storage etc etc until i think it was is hard for people to justify the price between walmart plus and amazon amazon prime. But we don't have numbers for walmart plus yet and it may very well have been a success and walmart plus and amazon prime aim to do the same thing which is try to make walmart or amazon the default shopping choice in her mind and i think walmart plus is a good way for walmart to become more salient in people's minds. And let's just break that down a little bit more. How does the subscription model actually work to create sort of a stickier relationship with consumers. Yeah other examples are dash pass. Switches door dashes new membership tier which lowers delivery and service costs for its customers. These companies are trying to keep switching costs high. So you want to feel like the more you use this service. The more you safe if you delivery cost three dollars typically for every order the more orders you deliver the more you squeeze out of that thirteen dollars. A month subscription so they're trying switching costs high and trying to increase the willingness of customers to buy without thinking are those are the five strategies we said at the beginning that this is sort of a big experiment. So what are the takeaways here. Are there certain hypotheses that are clear winners and losers will i. I think one of the the clear winners is definitely more pricing options for customers. That said can self select into whatever tier. they're most comfortable. Paying and that maybe premium pricing wasn't the right move but the truth is this pandemic is to go on for several more months or potentially another year and Pricing changes all the time and in the course of my reporting the story had to change multiple times because the prices kept changing perks. Kept being added onto bundles into it. Seems like companies are still trying to figure this whole thing out as we all are very enough all right. Our personal tech columnist nicole new. Thank you so much for joining me.

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Creating a website with Wix

Talking Tech

04:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Creating a website with Wix

"So the hot is are now in full swing. And you've got so much free time on your hands ready to tackle creating that new website or blog. well yeah. It's a daunting project but online tools of the last several years. Now make it much easier than in the past with dragon drop options that can let you create something that looks really good within a few hours that is of course once you've mastered the basics of how the programs work if you listen to podcasts. You've heard the words wordpress squarespace and wicks frequent advertisers. On many shows. Telling you how easy it is to make a cool website now. Wordpress targeted towards tech nerds. Who don't need support while squarespace in wicks or for the rest of us. I have been unhappy with the look of my wordpress photography blog for some time and i wanted a fresh start so i was inspired to give a try by my friend. Ed beg who after he left. Usa today started a wickes website and blog. That i think looks fantastic. So i went off to create a new blog on wits in a few days. That may not look as great as ads but it. I think it's clearly more appealing to the eye than what i have with wordpress. Now before you go down this rabbit hole know that wicks can be used for free however your web address will have wicks and the name and you'll have wicks branding all over the site and once you decide that you're serious. You're not going to want to have this free site anymore. You're gonna wanna pay to remove the branding and get your own personalized demeaning. The other thing to note is that once you have your blog you have to pay someone to host it to have it online and boy is. There are a lot of fine print. You can see that there are companies like go daddy host dream host. That will charge you anywhere from five to ten dollars monthly to way more depending on the size of your site but that introductory rate is just that introductory wait. They will jack you up afterwards. Dream host for instance advertisers array to four dollars monthly or about fifty bucks for the first year jumping to one hundred twenty dollars in the second year for me. What's even worse. Is that go daddy. The plan i have now is advertised. That thirteen dollars monthly. But because i'm several years into the contract. I've been bumped up to twenty dollars monthly or two hundred and forty dollars a year. So yeah. I'm interested in leaving. Wicks in squarespace both offer hosting as well as website and blog creation tools for the masses support and they don't offer introductory pricing so i like that squarespace rates start at twelve dollars. Go to forty dollars. Monthly wicks starts at fourteen dollars and those to about forty dollars monthly as well but a big difference squarespace will offer you unlimited storage for photos which is a big deal. Since we can't run our posts without photos wicks doesn't offer unlimited photo storage it offers three gigabytes of storage the fourteen dollar rate ten gigabytes at the dollar rate two hundred gigs the twenty-three dollar rate and i don't know what any of that means because how many pictures are going to fit in a gig and wicks doesn't have a tool for you to see how much storage you've used now. I love the ease of creating a site with wicks. I love the many design options and the fact that it's potentially more affordable way more versatile than what i have with go daddy but the storage could be an issue. What happens if you start running out of room. Well i think you know the answer. You have to start paying more money. If you're at the eighteen dollar eight monthly. you're gonna have to go to twenty three dollars monthly. Meanwhile we'll i switch from wordpress to wicks while i'm leaning in that direction as again i prefer the look and the tools to expand beyond what i have now but i do post a lot of photos. It is a photography blog after all. So it's something i have to consider. I will let you know my decision within the next few days

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How Do Podcasts Make Money

Building an Indie Business

06:17 min | 3 weeks ago

How Do Podcasts Make Money

"So today we're gonna be talking about how podcast make money So i'm gonna be talking about sponsorships. Affiliate links products The listeners pay model. help podcast players pay Some podcasts I have my own opinions about it and a conclusion. of course. okay. So let's get into it sponsorships. So what is a sponsorship. A sponsorship is A company paying a podcast to promote their product on air There's three options for when a enact can be played in its pre roll met role in postal. And that's before the podcast. Content starts in the middle of the podcast content and At the end of the podcast and Enact can be fifteen seconds thirty seconds and sixty seconds. And the reason why i bring all this up is because The amount of money gets for the ad depends on out when the ad is played How long it is How many monthly downloads personnel. Select the reach. They have So yeah With a podcast sponsorship a podcast host is able to monetize their whole audience. Okay so let's get into affiliate links affiliate links. It's a type of sponsorship but i feel like it's important enough to have its own section so yeah so an affiliate link is when a spar company will give The podcast their own special linked to a product. So when you click on that link you'll be clicking on like open podcasts dot com slash b i b and that way the company knows who has how many clicks has been brought him by the podcast and when someone purchases something with that Affiliate link The podcast will get a cut of the sale right so A podcast can use an affiliate service where The podcast able to choose what product they want to promote or they can use an e commerce store which is the same thing but a more wider variety of products that they're able to become an affiliate for right so if it podcast is able to choose their own product they should choose something of value to the audience so for example i wouldn't choose a pizza oven as an affiliate link to promote to my audience. I would choose a book or something like that with affiliate links year monetize the fraction of your audience because are only so many people that would want to buy that book right. Not every person in the audience will want to buy it okay. Speaking of books A podcast host can monetize by selling a product or service and selling a product or service on their own allows them to remain independent and comes with a bunch of things that a sponsorship or any of the other models can't provide like a remaining independent so with the sponsorship The sponsor my have a problem with the content that you provide safe you swear something like that. So when you're you're selling your own products you could. There's no restrictions what you can say because it's your own stuff so the types of products that Someone can sell. we're podcasts. can sell our any book. Ecorse or service Yes and with the option. The three options someone can choose their own profit margin because they know the expenses and They can set the price to offset those expenses. So if i'm spending. If i want eighty percent margin and i know that it caught my expenses twenty percent rate than i could just make my product. Ten dollars get that eighty percent margin right. it's not an immediate option for monetization unlike affiliate links. Because i have to create the product right so i wrote a book for b i b and it took me four months and also it took me almost a year to come up with the idea to write a book so it wasn't immediate. I had to create and the products can be sold on two different platforms. There's a diy E commerce store that you can set up and that will. It won't get you. It'll be cheaper rate but on the other option is like selling platform where people will be. Searching for products in your product will come up And so more people are might buy it but Your profit margin is a little lower khazei. Take their own cut.

Quick Tip: How to Scale Your Facebook/IG Ads in 2021

The Art of Online Business

06:47 min | Last month

Quick Tip: How to Scale Your Facebook/IG Ads in 2021

"In this quick to episode. I want to share with you. How i look at scaling facebook and instagram mats. And there's some new things not really new things but different approaches that we found to be working really really well and what you will find out if you have been listening for a while or in any of my programs accelerator or ot or what have you. Then you know. A lot of the stuff is is the same rate but a lot of people don't want to do the work that when it comes to scaling now people just wanna pour more money into it. Add more budget which is a effective way to scale. However that's just one small piece of scaling your facebook instagram ads right. And so today. I wanna break down how i look at and i recommend that you look at scaling your facebook and instagram ads in two thousand twenty one. Twenty twenty one okay. I don't know why the two thousand twenty one twenty twenty one all right and the first thing that you have to understand when it comes to scaling. Your ads is this is about patients. This is about testing and experimenting and trying different things out. You've got to be patient. This is where the mindset part comes in and this is where knowing your numbers. Hopefully you know by. Now i'm a numbers guy. I'm not a techie guy. I'm a numbers guy. And it's all numbers right. I had a call this morning. I had a my monthly coaching call with With me with the ot members off to optimize members and one of the conversations. That came up. Was if you're not doing well if you've ever evergreen funnel going in. Sales are down week over week. Like what does that mean about. You means like am eight. Am i not get it. What i do know means nothing about you unless the meaning that you give it if you if you look those numbers and say oh. They're not very good. I don't know i'm doing. I'm not a smart marketer. I'm not a funnels person. I'm not. I should be give up. No we don't want to make that. We don't wanna make that give things like that the meaning a meaning. It just means that it gives you direction on what to look at it. Just numbers data the data is allowing you to dictate what moves you need to make in order to start making improvements or double down on what's working etc and so when you're scaling your ads. That's what this is about. That's what it's about testing. It's about being patient and experimenting and trying things and tracking the numbers. So you know what's working and what's not working okay. Now when you think about scaling you have to. The first thing you need to realize is well at what point should quote unquote. You start thinking about scaling. Okay so number. One the way i look at it. And what recommend for you after your ads have been running for at least three days or three days from when you made your last edit to your assets okay so at least three to five days then you can start looking at all right whether i should scale so this is where the optimization comes in. This is where you start making changes to your ads whether you are looking to improve. What's not working or you're looking to scale. What is working okay. So that's the that's the first thing is don't think about scaling any of your ads until they've been running for at least three to five days. That's number one. The second thing is if your lead cost is in line with your kpi your key performance indicator if you're lead goal cost is saying whatever six dollars and you're getting three dollar leads okay. We're onto something here now. Remember if you're tracking sales that's really what's most important your cost per sale but i realized that most people listening most are not quite at that point where you're tracking a sale but if you are though if your ads are at least two x profitable right so if you're spending one hundred dollars and then you're making two hundred dollars. Then you want to be definitely looking at scaling at the rest of your stats are really good. Like your conversion rate and the landing page cetera. Your link click through rate if your overall performance of your ads are doing well then you want us to think about scaling now. The initial sat that we're looking at. Is your lead cost. What's your cost per lead. Your cost results is the same thing when you're doing conversions as your objective. Ideally though you're looking at sales like what does it cost me to get a sale and then you're scaling from there okay and so if you are not sure of what your lead cost. Kpi should be meaning your goal your key performance indicator then i want you to think about reverse engineering your launch funnel and. I'm gonna do a whole different episode quick to episode about that exact topic. So if you've been launching a while you're gonna know roughly what cost per lead that you've been getting right and so did that cost per lead work for you during the launch. If it didn't okay what needs to change if it did awesome and especially if you've been launching a while you now have a benchmark on your lead cost because that's going to give you information towards and going to inform your earnings per lead so your earnings per lead is total revenue divided by the number of registrants that you had for your launch. So let's just say that your earnings police fifty dollars and your cost per lead for that launch was ten dollars. Well your cost per lead your to get somebody into your launch with ten dollars. Your earnings per each one of those leads was fifty dollars. That's a nice delta between those two right. If you've done three launches while you start to look at averages on your cost per lead and then earnings per lead and that starts to inform you wanna do to scale next time. Okay or if you've got you know if you're doing evergreen lead magnets or something like that. That's what you want to try to figure out what is your benchmark. What does it cost. You need to eventually get a sale. So that's what you want to start thinking about before you even start scaling okay. Is it even worth you scaling. Should you be scaling and thinking about those things. In order to make that determination

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A look at the state of retail, as holiday shopping wraps up

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:26 min | Last month

A look at the state of retail, as holiday shopping wraps up

"Michelle mentioned retail sales in his press. Conference today to numbers out this morning show. They fell a bit more than one percent in november which matters 'cause that most likely includes the first wave of holiday. Shopping and retailers are doing what they can to encourage us to keep on buying walmart for instance just announced its deadline for free shipping to get there before christmas. It's going to be december. Twenty first is their deadline. Which i don't know seems tight to me. If you want to risk it marketplace's. Mary barra has more now on four. The holidays in this very strange year every year nicole fritz michigan goes to holiday gatherings where she sees co workers or cousin. She doesn't really know that well so every year she finds herself standing in a store looking for that perfect generic holiday gift. Alosha shanna candle. You've been some kitschy but fun. Little coffee mugs since fritz is not really seeing anyone this year. Her shopping list is much smaller. She's mostly buying online from small retailers. She ordered a custom made dress for her sister in october. One of several packages. That still haven't arrived. They send stuff out but the delivery date of keeps getting later and later. Meanwhile dana chadwell in tennessee has been shopping exclusively online. She says stores are too risky because their parents are elderly and her brothers on dialysis also. She often buys people experiences like concert tickets. But this year. She's getting her mom cookware. She asked for and her dad. There's zero chance. My dad will hear this. So i can tell you you know. I got him a couple of flannel shirts and colors that i thought he would really like. And some tanker chips. Danny groner in new york is trying something new to instead of physical gifts he sending money on ven mo like his friends have two young kids and at a picnic in september. The eight dollars. Pretzels on hanukkah are yellow. The mom ten dollars earmarked for pretzels. Just as a nice note that despite the fact that we couldn't see one another over the holiday. I was still thinking of them few days later. That friend sent groner some photos. The kids had turned the pretzels into a craft project. Making minora's out of them using marshmallows and other things groner says he's hoping some of year's new traditions will stick. I'm maryelle sagarra for marketplace. So you know that lady's dead is totally going to hear this somehow right. That's absolutely what's going to happen. Also stocking stuffers big thing in my ass were worried about that.

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What to Do About All Those Digital Photos?

The Digital Story

05:17 min | Last month

What to Do About All Those Digital Photos?

"Digital photos pilot faster than leads in autumn in. Today's show is dedicated to getting them bagged up in organized. We're going to rake up this job from two angles using common sense organizing techniques and a dash of artificial intelligence. I'm so glad you're here. I hope you enjoy this show. So i thought okay. End of the year We're kind of getting our act together trying to get our act together in so many different ways a lot of us are working on our homes are parts are living spaces. We're trying to clean up some messes at work. Get ready for what we hope to be. An exciting and productive twenty twenty one now one of the areas that always needs work for folks that. Listen to this. Podcast is our digital photo library. That's right because you know the thing would be. If we stop taking pictures we would stop adding to the problem. And what does that problem. Of course that problem is what to do with all those digital photos. None of us are going to stop taking pictures. So we gon ago about this a different way so i have a guest To start out the show today is isabel. And she's terrific and she has some wonderful ideas about some of getting your arms around your digital photo library and maybe how to approach it so that works best for you and i think that's the main thing because there's no one right way to do this. It depends on what your needs are how much time you have which your priorities are all that good stuff and i think that is the place that isabel is coming from. So let's turn it over to this conversation that she and i just recently had and then when we come back. I'm going to talk a little bit about this free or affordable depending on if you have ten dollars or not a organizing tool to also help us with this process. So we're going to have a little bit of isabel common wisdom in a little bit of machine learning we're gonna roll it all up and hopefully they come out with a better handle on our digital photo library already. Here's isabel isabel. Welcome to the show. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I- derek i I have been an illustrator for most of my life. And i did this cisco i came back to new york into southern food and up to seven eight and i was kind of disaster and i realized i wanted to do something because i was doing less work in editorial illustration and i just moved all might photos and i had to sought my photos and i realized i needed to learn iphoto to put things in order so all my cow chaos. I kind of organized it. And then i did this for of people. And then i realized what this is kind of the same thing that i do with illustration is i tell stories i. I work with colors at work with humor in shapes in this. I'm not. This is fun to do an hubbard if i do this with other people. And that's what i started to do. And that's what. I do now some of the things that you've learned not only with your own photos but you know working with other people in terms of us not only organizing our photo library but standing are photo library understanding what we have and you know what what is important and maybe what isn't as important but maybe we hang onto anyway can so let's start with the serve understanding our photos and then we'll talk a little bit about organizing them as well sure. Okay so is interesting because things have changed so much so now i could work with someone and their pictures starts from the two thousand right. Some people had a digital camera. Right away i could have a family and their kids the only have digital pictures and then there's nothing printed in the meantime we have the iphone and the iphone to kind of change everything or android or any kind of that you have which means that we use the phone as a notebook and we use the phone very differently that the way we were using digital camera so we ended up with so many photos that are. I would say if unroll photos. We don't need for the future and lots of screenshot soak when everything gets mixed up in one place. It kind of creates problems so we have a lot of junk photos that maybe we need to clean up and then we have everything that is every day moment in the big moments of the lives that we used to take the camera and do film with them so we have a lot of things that maybe don't belong together but we have the photos in chronological order. We need to do something about it. So i feel like once you understand that you kind of realize okay. I have twenty years of photos. Maybe maybe fifteen years maybe ten years but it's like life is can be a big mess.

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The One Hack Nobody Knows About Facebook Advertising Success

Perpetual Traffic by DigitalMarketer

07:35 min | Last month

The One Hack Nobody Knows About Facebook Advertising Success

"We're gonna be talking with nay hall kazeem from abc pros founder and ceo of ad pros. Welcome to perpetual traffic or welcome back to perpetual traffic. Thank you so much appreciate you having me back so i think this is something that people they give it some lip service i think at the very least and at the very most they do an okay job of it and you like we do here tier eleven. We look at a lot of ad accounts every single week. And this is the area where we really feel like scale is possible if you have a process in place you've got a really interesting process of how to actually pull out new avatars new messaging and how that resonates with new markets to scale and grow your customers and for those of you who are listening here today. There may be new to facebook ads or new to paid media. You don't have to do everything here. i think you know. We talked about this before we hit record. What's the opposite of what we're doing here is is really doing nothing. It's just sort of taking a guess on your avatar. You know if you're selling a supplemental like all right. What's a mom. She's thirty to forty five years old. She's got two kids. This is a lot deeper than that. I think there is that level of avatar research. That a lot of people think they do. But if you can go just a little bit deeper a few levels deeper maybe not to the degree that hauled us here. I think you'll find that you will be able to scale and go past that six figures per month and adspend which really seems to be a big barrier for people but might be from going from ten dollars a day to one hundred dollars a day or one hundred dollars a day two thousand dollars a day so all these principles that we're gonna be talking about here on episode two eighty three apply to you. It's just a matter of figuring out like what part do you want to integrate into your system or potentially even higher nails company if that is so why don't we get right into. It could give us an example or or a little bit of an idea as to what the process is like but maybe high came to it. And where you sort of see this whole thing going. I started doing facebook ads in two thousand thirteen so what was important. Six seven years ago versus what's important now is very different and even what we were doing a year ago on what we were. Focusing on in an account is dramatically different. And the reason you know we we started talking about this where the focus of creative is not because you and i or anyone like listening to us loves creatives is because it ends up working that become such a big scaling levers over us we believe in two types of levers there's scaling lovers stuff that actually allows you to scale and grow and generate more revenue but then there's the other side which is profit levers and so depending on what's important to you and which levers importance to you based off your goals and your business that dictates where you actually focus and if right now if you're not deciding which lovers or which areas to focus on therefore you're not pulling any lovers in your business and that's why there is no breakthrough why revenue is flat or ball told because it's just there's nothing to actually focus on and the reason we're focusing on avatars and creative so much is because once you max out all the ninja quote unquote stuff on facebook ad optimization side. Then you're like what else can i do and you know for us once. We are doing the same types of campaign setups and different variations and ways to set up everything on the facebook outside. You eventually run out of cool. Ninja stuff there's not more and that hack is going to last a week or two weeks and then it dies and then you have to start again and so what are the actual sustainable systems. That are going to help you grow over and over again. And that's why we've developed all of this stuff because our mindset is how do we take companies. We're doing six figures a month in revenue to seven figures a month. And we've done that this year now. Four times for a relatively small like Client roster and that's because we're not guessing or you know just trying our luck it's we're working on systems to actually do it over and over again and this really is like the ultimate hack. Even though it's the hack that takes a lot of time. It's not like this little technique that you learn in a facebook group and say oh now that's going to be the thing i think we're kind of beyond that there are still going to be hacked and there's going to be those groups it i get it and you know you're always going to be testing those things but this is really the big lever. I mean this is the little hinge which is a lot of work. Let's not kid ourselves here. That really does swing the big door. So how do you go about doing it. And what's your process. Maybe just give us an overview of the whole system. The first place that we start is what are all the avatars you have in your business and this is really important. Because most people don't outline them they have chosen one by default or chosen one a year or two ago. That is our avatar in. That's it and so we've worked in the crochet space. For example in the stereotypical crochet audience might be the older lady who knits or does crochet. But once you actually challenged that assumption we were able to spend a significant amount of money on actual giveaway him in and it was primarily women who are twenty five to forty five years old. And so if you change your challenge the assumptions that you have that's a big barrier because you don't know what you don't know you're actually actually exploring that and so for us. An example is we have a client in the children's supplement space and with that type of audience or would that type of product. There's actually a series of avatars in that space. There is number one the abitur who is the soon to be mom and so. That's one type of car then. It's the new mom who just had the baby lesson one years. Then there's the mom who might be from one to four years and that mom is very different from the other two months. Then the mom who's forty eight years old and then there's the debt in our marketing. Once you have those in place we know we're not going to work it to the debt. Dad doesn't care he just i among right. That's what we learned at least for this specific case. Then we realized that the children are the less irrational the actual. Buying behaviour is is logical. There's a lot more research that gets done. They're not in that phase where everything looks amazing. And they're just stocking up on every single product that they possibly can nesting right like they are actually doing a lot of research and so what we decided was the two avatars at actually make the most amount of sense for this audience is a soon to be mom. Becauser buying everything and anything under the sun and the brand new mom who just as as their child and bear in protector wrote there and like i will do whatever i can for my child and so their money is a is not an object for them relatively speaking and so the reason we got to those is because of two very important questions people. Don't ask in those two questions are which avatar out of the to divide whatever number of abattoirs you to find what is the attitude that has the highest average order value on the first transaction and in this the second question is which avatar has the highest lifetime value of those avatars that you've defined and that's how we got to the person the mon- the to me mom is going to spend a lot of money so as a brand new mom as well as because we have products up to were children up to eight that same mom is most likely to spend the most amount of money for once they're actually in that ecosystem.

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Christopher Nolan calls Warner's streaming plan ‘a mess’

MadTrio Podcast

01:04 min | Last month

Christopher Nolan calls Warner's streaming plan ‘a mess’

"Christopher nolan apparently hates the warner brothers to yeah which read that article he hates it they'd think the worm other streaming thing What what their ideas. What's their solution. Is anybody offering a different a different plan. Because i mean you know it's it's your money you know in the theater on home an hbo max and that that's Hbo bikes. That's one eight hundred three paid for right so they're obviously getting revenue specifically for that streaming out much of that is going to the filmmakers as far as getting their money or is it all going into the studio if you think about the compromise if you if you take a month. Let's take a monthly service of of an average of. Let's say ten dollars a month. Some of them are higher. Some are lower right and how many people out there now on under cova nineteen are streaming. Their revenues have to be way more right now than they ever were in movie theaters.

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The Lazy Man Build Strategy For Display Campaigns

The Paid Search Podcast

04:10 min | Last month

The Lazy Man Build Strategy For Display Campaigns

"We've been talking a lot about display. I think one reason display so popular and let me know if you agree with this. Chris is because was searched. We kind of know what's realistic. We know what to expect on a good campaign on an okay campaign and then we know kind of when it came pains not working. It's pretty obvious But the the possibilities are fairly defined in in kind of our minds is but with display There's so many ways to go about it. The network is so huge. There's so much inventory That the the outcomes i think are spread across such a wide range that display success can mean so many things so many different people That the possibilities are very inspiring. And so do you kind of get the vibe from people when they talked about the display network like hey we're only scratching the surface. Let's figure out what's there is that do you think that's why it's kind of very popular these days among our audience. I think more personally. My thought. And from what i've heard from our patrons is the lure is because cpc on a search campaign can be so restrictive especially for small budget campaigns. And i think the fact that you can get clicks at five times the rate ten times the rate depends on whatever your search. Cpc is if you're paying ten dollars a click on google dot com and you can get stuff for thirty five cents on display. You know even if the quality is kinda crappy. It's still worth the investment to try things like that. That's what that's what. I assume most people because that's what i'm interested in is a large volume and if i can get point zero one percent of those to be a success. I'm still ahead. You know it's another fun thing about it from just to use her manager perspective is you can do a lot with it. You can get a lot of data you can test ideas and find out if they work quickly and cheaply because is usually so much Inventory And you don't have to bid ally and it just leads to a lot of like a lot of idea generation so you've come up with a very particular strategy that you're saying yes is both cheap and effective and so i guess let's start off your what. What is the goal of this strategy. What kind of situation that you find yourself in maybe for a client when you would recommend this con- strategy okay. So i wanted to find effective when i say effective. I want to lower the bar a bit. Because i don't necessarily mean conversions and phone calls and form fills and lead generation. Not talking about tons and tons of that. Okay if anything on this show. We are very practical down to earth. We're not gonna. We're not going to blow your mind with these high in the pie in the sky type of ideas that that are totally ridiculous. Get your hopes up. And you're gonna fail your campaign for your clients and lose your business. I want you guys to be successful and what you do to help your businesses and your clients. So i'm gonna tell you this. The first goal is it's going to avoid the crap of the display campaign. And i said that i don't. I don't know jason. There might be that you know what. I'm checking my mailbox. Just like you said for saying that for saying that. There is crap on the display network. I may get that same. Are you saying for one business. You would not want to show up on all three million opportunities out there gonna be a good fit for your business. It's a very good way of saying it. Yes there are some places in claimed brother debt cleaned. Yeah i know. I know maybe my dog grooming business that i'm advertising doesn't belong on all three million sites. So the idea is to get real clicks from people that have a small degree of interest in your service or product. Okay say that again. This is real people real clicks with a small degree of interest in your service or product.

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Australian leader seeks conciliation in dispute with China

PRI's The World

03:47 min | Last month

Australian leader seeks conciliation in dispute with China

"If you enjoy a glass of wine every now and then. You've likely tried a bottle from australia at some point the. Us is a big market for aussie vintners. So is china but now china shops wanting to carry australian wine face higher costs much higher. The chinese government has announced new taras on australian wine imports as high as a two hundred twelve percent tax on every bottle. It is a major blow to australia's wine industry as the world bank. A hillier reports. China is pointing the finger at australia and says the country is dumping wine into its market causing the chinese wine industry to crash. Australia says that's not true. Still because of the spike and fees the wine trade between the two countries has come to a grinding halt. The level of the tariffs essentially closes a market for experts. Say it will be virtually impossible for steinbeck's orders to send bottle bought into china for the foreseeable future tony lane. Ceo of australian grape and wine says people's livelihoods are already being threatened of the twenty four hundred australian wine producers who export to china eight hundred of them sell exclusively to the people's republic that now the markets that aren't still domestically they've set the businesses up puglia round the toronto market. And now. we're the next older will come. There's a lot of guess uncertainty. In fear and confusion james robson of ross hill. Weinstein is feeling the pressure. This is terrible news. He told abc news australia. That nearly twenty percent of his product exports to china where his customers usually place big orders in october to prepare for chinese new year. And we haven't done any of that this year because obviously that texting right. It's just not sustainable alley entry level one these ten dollars and that's gonna make it thirty. Even the big players in australia's wine industry are taking a hit shares in the largest one treasury. Wine estates plunged eleven percent when the tariffs were announced. But they'll be okay. Tony battling says because they can sell to other countries mainly europe the us and other parts of asia still under thirty five million liters of wine that is now going to be looking for a high finding new markets and forming new business relationships is tough though especially during a global pandemic and battling says those other markets won't be able to make up for the loss of business with china we got hundred seventy markets resulted. Even if i only christ bought fifteen percent that would still live. It's seven hundred million dollars in the red site. Clearly showtime Visit occasion is not going to work. Experts say the wind tariffs are not just about reds and whites relations between australia and china soured earlier. This year after australia called for an investigation into china's handling of the coronavirus pandemic since then china has slapped tariffs and restrictions on a number of australian exports including barley beef seafood and sugar agriculture minister. David little proud told sky news australia. That he's looking for clarification from china. Is that it is retribution. Rather than any specific issue that any whether it be one or the other commodities produced the trade war appears to be here to stay. China's commerce ministry said today the tariffs could last between four and nine months at this point. Tony battling of australian grape and wine says he doesn't see a clear path forward normally you can resolve economic disputes through negotiation. But with you can't get to the table. You can't get both parties in the same room or on the same telephone. You kinda negotiate in the meantime battling hopes australian producers won't have to sell their wines under market value just to keep the lights on

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Pilot Holiday Gift Ideas: The iPad

Behind the Prop

06:31 min | Last month

Pilot Holiday Gift Ideas: The iPad

"Why don't we. Why don't we start at the top end of the price range and and i say that You know we we. I'm looking at my list here. And i have about ten things on here and Probably the most expensive thing and probably in my opinion The the most useful thing that we have on on the list here is an ipad You know we talked about paper vs plastic on previous podcast on whether The the way to go as paper charts or plastic chair or or electronic flight bag if you will and Obviously we go with the f. b. Which is that's that's that's the wave of the future Pad is necessary so there are lots of different options with ipads memory size Cellular cellular versus non cellular. And what i will say about. That is If you are looking to purchase an ipad you definitely want to buy one with cellular capability and the reason is an ipad with cellular capability has a gps chip built into it and That way as you're using your ipad In the airplane you'll have your position your position will always be displayed now. You you don't have to activate the The cellular service on the ipad. So you're not. You're not having to pay a monthly subscription to that but you definitely want to buy an ipad. That has the cellular capability. And it's usually another hundred and thirty dollars extra for that particular ipad in so i think i was confused even early on. I'm kind of tech guy the the value of that additional chip you really instead of buying a third party external card that would provide that. Gps information you're getting that built into the ipad. So if i don't have a gps source by chance than the ipad will give it to me and you don't ever have to turn on the sailor services what you're saying correct that's exactly right. And and the occasional time where you might be at an airport that's may be out in the middle of nowhere and you don't have wifi capability You can very simply Get cellular service. You're going to pay for it. You're going to have to put a credit card in it. You may have to commit to twenty dollars for a given month but it's always nice to have that backup. I do activate the cellular service on my ipad And I i don't use it a whole lot because most of the time i am on wi fi but there are where you're out Somewhere and you don't have wifi available and you you'll want to file a flight plan or or or or or whatever Check the weather. It is nice to have that ability. But again you don't have to activate it so you don't have to pay the monthly fee. And as i'm sure varies by carrier. But i think mine's ten dollars device so if you turn it on its ten dollars you can turn it on and off pretty frequently if you wanna twos. Well you're just going to be hit with that ten dollar so maybe you don't fly much in the winter turn it off. Turn it on the summertime It's great so let's talk about size and size so screen size and memory size probably a personal preference thing. I wish the there was almost something in between the mini and the the eleven incher. Right eleven inches. Just a little too big for the board pad for me. Kinda thing the minis great. I have an old mini. It's time to upgrade my new to the newer mini for sure Because it's running slow. But i like many in the cockpit and i carry my larger ipad. My fly bag is a backup Any thoughts or suggestions there. Yeah i i it it's definitely personal preference though. The one thing that i do like about them many is It is it does mount easily on the oak In in our one seventy two it fits right between the two Handles actually and it fits really nice on the yoke I'm not a mount it type person. I usually just keep the ipad in my lap. I've i've never really used kneeboard. I most of the applicants that i gave check rides to use knee boards and they use them very effectively. It's it's just something that Forty years ago. When i was learning to fly it just wasn't a part of the The norm for people using the board so It's just something. I never really adapted to but my i have the eleven inch. Ipad pro I think the super-duper ipad the twelve point nine inch or whatever it is. I think it's just a little bit too too big too bulky I said i kind of wish. There was one between the mini and the eleven inch because maybe about an I don't know a tween ipad with would be would be nice You know. I i do find that. The older people like the bigger ones. The younger people liked the smaller ones. And that probably has something to do with the vision but You know are obviously able to pinch out to make make the the things bigger I would say the with. The ipad mini To me reading text Isn't as as you know. I don't like it near as much As i do in my eleven inch ipad so it is a personal preference and just keep in mind I think most people are not going to buy an ipad and and dedicated strictly to aviation. You're going to use it for other things. You're gonna find all kinds of other uses for it if you don't have an ipad already but It's a great device And as far as the other size. It's you know the the memory. How much memory you have on your ipad is is Is something to look at. And of course the more memory the more expensive so there are economics involved in this

The Anti-Black-Friday Gift Guide for Photographers

The Digital Story

05:00 min | Last month

The Anti-Black-Friday Gift Guide for Photographers

"Over the next several days. You're going to hear the bef term many many times even after the actual day has passed. The truth of the matter is that you'll be able to get decent deals on just about anything you set your sights on. So let's focus on quality gear with lots of appeal. I hope you enjoy these gift ideas. So i've been working on this list for a while and this is stuff that i just lifted from catalog pages or other articles or things like this. I have worked with this gear with the exception of just one item. And i want to get that one item but everything else has been thoroughly tested in highly recommended and this is fun stuff. I have things that start at ten dollars here and go all the way up to three hundred and fifty dollars. I'm going to start out with the think. Tank photo lens case duel and both the fifteen and the thirty green yes. The green models are the ones that are on sale. You can get the fifteen for nineteen dollars a dollar savings and the thirty for twenty hours. That's also an eight dollar savings. I like the thirty because it holds some of my olympics lenses such as seventeen millimeter f one two and those quite. But i love these guys i really do. And it's funny. When i was looking at the ratings on them i think they were around three point. Five out of five something like that and i thought wow. That's kinda low for these things. So i i'm not sure what other people like or don't like about them. Here's what i like about these first of all. They're not oversize like some of the lens cases that i have there too big. They add to much dimension to my camera bag or backpack wherever they have the end. These don't do that. They protect the lenses but there are a nice size and they work really well. Now the idea is that you can open these things from the top and they open up like a know like a can or you can have the zipper down the side and open them up. That way i tend to work with them from the top. Only you know they're. They're really nice like that. They're made out of water resistant. Nylon so they keep moisture away they have these little stretchy front pockets. That are really cute and they can hold lens caps or memory cards. They work i. I have four of them and i wish i had more. This is the best price that i've seen on them. Now they have green and black. The black ones you have to pay full price for i like the greens. Because they're easy to find in my camera bag or my backpack. So that's the think tank photo lens dul either the fifteen or the thirty now as you may imagine. I have the links to all of these things. I'm gonna talk about here in the show notes so just come to the show. Stop shopping for all these goodies. You don't have to search for them. Find the deal all that kind of stuff at the digital story dot com okay. Let's go to the second one now. I reviewed this recently. So you may be familiar with it. The kingston data traveler dual for nine ninety. Nine nine dollars in ninety nine cents. I have it right here. In fact i use this thing all the time. I love it. It's a sixty four gigabytes. it's fast. It's a nice fast flash drive. It's very compact in the thing about it. As it has usb c on one end and usb a on the other end so no matter which device you happen to be using you just plug it in and it works and so you this carry one flash drive around you. Don't have to worry about adapters. Have to worry about docks. You don't have to worry about any of that stuff. It's ten dollars. Sixty four gigs of fast memory in just works great and even has these little sliding these little sliding covers so you can only expose the usb and or only expose the usb a and so up. Here where i record I have usb a. And then i take the podcast. And i put it on my macbook pro mine newer laptop. And that's what i use at home to edit it in. That has usb c does put that show right here put it in my pocket taken home. One flash drive for all my ten bucks. This is a great stocking. Stuffer for photographers. And really anyone else. Who does computing. Type things that kingston data traveler dual sixty four gigabyte. The link is in the show notes or this next item number. Three is the one item. I have not tested but i want right. The forty nine dollars item and it is the p. l. one ninety are photography. Led light can

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Special Edition Echo Red Available

Voice in Canada

01:27 min | Last month

Special Edition Echo Red Available

"As you may know coming up this week is world. Aids day and amazon is getting in on the action to raise money for this Very worthwhile cause and how are they doing this well. They have just launched an echo device. The new generation won the fourth generation. But it is a red one so the fabric is read. It's a limited edition echo red and it's to help Bring awareness and raise money for a couple of Great causes In particular If you buy one of these devices the red one amazon will donate ten dollars from the sale of every one of those devices to the global fund to support covid nineteen response and hiv aids programs in the sub saharan africa. So this is wonderful so if you want to get a special edition read echo and support a very worthwhile cause at the same time. Then you may be interested in picking up one of these now. Here's the thing because it's actually black friday week if you will. They're actually on sale as well. So the regular price of these are normally one twenty nine ninety nine hundred thirty bucks but right now. They are on sale for ninety. So it's forty dollars off. If you want to go straight to this particular device you can use. My phillies link a. l. e. x. Eighteen canada dot ca slash echo red and. That'll take you right to the

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How can I sell printables without paid ads?

Side Hustle School

03:26 min | 2 months ago

How can I sell printables without paid ads?

"Crest infinite. Dc metro area. I love listening to your podcasts. Being a part of the side hustle school community. my side. Hustle is created principles on and right. Now i'm crean holiday theme or principles so my question is i'm not sure what's the best way to market my se shop the sides. It's he adds which i don't want to pay for them front. I'm already pinterest and posted on instagram. But i'm not sure what else i can be doing. I wanna know what's the best way to market. This shop. And i know that creating a plan before thanksgiving weekend is key nixon events. Thank you so much listening. And for the question. I love the challenge of a tight deadline now listeners. First of all go and check out yvonne shop it has oetzi dot com slash shop slash mom powered life mom powered life where you can just search for that if you ought to use that site okay. So i mentioned a few the pros and cons to this in the introduction. I don't think a lot of people are gonna get rich on principles just because they are so easy to copy one seller starts to do. Well you know other people are gonna notice. They're going to say well. I wonder if i can do something like that. And then they will and so then. The market of suppliers essentially expands also keeps prices low which among other. Things means that you don't have any profit margin to spend on ads if you you're making twenty dollars per printable. Let's say it would be very easy to say. Well let's been you know ten to fifteen dollars on ads. Because i'm coming out ahead no matter what their but it's really difficult to do that. So prices are low supplies high. But that's what can be done like. Is there anything that can be done. And i think so. So again mom powered life on. I was taking a look at this most advanced products. At least the one she has so far are selling for the low price of two dollars. Two dollars i think is going to be really tough. They have to be low prices. But i think you also need to find a way to sell it the five to ten dollar price point which is also low but five or ten dollars is a lot more than two dollars trying to profit in the long-term on two dollars a sale is going to be quite challenging right. You'd have a lot of sales and you're still not doing that. Well because you have to pay at sea listing fees and there's going to be some degree of customer service people emailing questions and such so if nothing else the five to ten dollar price point is better and i also think this is the kind of thing where it is a numbers game to a certain degree like you want to list a lot of items a lot of items with a lot of different keywords. Because you want to be as visible as possible without spending money on ads. I also think this is key and also may be related to how to increase the price point. You really want to encourage multiple purchases and starting to do this a bit with a couple of bundles that she has. But i think you can do this a lot more like you really don't want somebody to check out of their shopping cards with a two dollar purchase. Maybe they can add that to purchase to their carpet. Then they see oh. I spend five dollars more if i spent seven dollars more. If i spent twelve dollars more. I can all these other things as well so for me. One big goal here would be increasing the average checkout price so that nobody is checking out with a two dollar transaction. They're actually spending more and getting more. So those are a few things that can be done as i said. It's probably not a get rich. Quick plan or get rich at all plan but still it's kind of fun to make a downloadable file and put up for sale and then you kind of go away or you look back a couple of days later and you've had a bunch of sales that that is good. That is empowering might give you the vision to do something different in the future so good luck anybody else. Who's doing principles definitely get those holiday listings up

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Work From Home Tax (MM #3526)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Work From Home Tax (MM #3526)

"The with kevin mason. Have you heard about some of the people in the finance industry suggesting that the us adopt a work from home tax here in the future to help get us back on our economic feet. I don't folks from deutsche bank or talking about it and some other investment people saying that basically anybody who ops to work from home should have to pay a five percent tax on their income because they're not contributing to the economy like they were. They're not buying as much gas. They're not buying as much food at restaurants and they're not out in about contributing to the economy. Of course what they don't take into account like with my wife working at home. Our water bill has gone up by ten dollars a month because she's here using our water all day. Our electrical bills have gone up because more computer powers more equipment on. She's cooking her lunch from home now so again. Our costs are going up and of course we're not eating out in restaurants as much but we're spending more at the grocery store. I appreciate investors and bankers wall street trying to fix our economy for us but we think they need to care the little guy a little bit. More five percent work from home tax for some people

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Work From Home Tax (MM #3526)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Work From Home Tax (MM #3526)

"The with kevin mason. Have you heard about some of the people in the finance industry suggesting that the us adopt a work from home tax here in the future to help get us back on our economic feet. I don't folks from deutsche bank or talking about it and some other investment people saying that basically anybody who ops to work from home should have to pay a five percent tax on their income because they're not contributing to the economy like they were. They're not buying as much gas. They're not buying as much food at restaurants and they're not out in about contributing to the economy. Of course what they don't take into account like with my wife working at home. Our water bill has gone up by ten dollars a month because she's here using our water all day. Our electrical bills have gone up because more computer powers more equipment on. She's cooking her lunch from home now so again. Our costs are going up and of course we're not eating out in restaurants as much but we're spending more at the grocery store. I appreciate investors and bankers wall street trying to fix our economy for us but we think they need to care the little guy a little bit. More five percent work from home tax for some people

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"Answer. Okay. Brody's been. Cambodia. What the next The next morning I get up to do the morning show I google. I find out where she works. She Works Mike. So. I start texting her in the morning. She says, I'm sorry I couldn't pay you last night I was talking to my husband. I don't want him to know I didn't have time. I'll pay you today when I get home from dropping the kids off. Okay. So then I don't get paid. So all afternoon I'm I'm I'm texting or calling her nothing. So that night I I'm calling a calling it like a maniac I'm calling one hundred times. No answer, I'm leaving voicemails very polite. When like listen, Amy. Ten dollars I'm a man of my word. You better be a woman of your word I want my ten dollars. It's it's beyond the ten dollars. At this point it's a matter of principle. She swore to me she's. Okay. The next morning at six thirty in the morning I, start calling her phone. Oh my God you're relentless. By the way I left out. What did you let it go by just I couldn't sleep before I called her to in the morning host I talk. To Chase. Sometimes you gotta stand up fee principle. I. Understand this thing they their house, hold her house at two o'clock in the morning. No answer I said I want my ten dollars you're like you're like. Jewish. The movie better off dead with democracy. Yes. You're like the kid be the paper boy. Hours, I want my two dollars the second bicycle. Quite. He owed the Myers owed him two dollars for some reason Gary, the cost of inflation I want my ten dollars. Okay. So, giant texture. I text amy I'm GonNa Stop Calling and texting you I want my money on principle Yami my tender. So I didn't texture I said if you want I can call you at work at Blah Blah company. So she says, how do you know where I work I said 'cause you're Google. -able your names on facebook Google did. You told me because she told me where she lives. She said I'm driving Blah Blah Blah town I know how long it's GonNa take to get there. So she told me where she lives. So the third night I call around dinnertime. Again, like eleven times in.

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

04:53 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"Yeah. Okay will you take to sixty? I said no I'm not haggling what you I told you that when I said, what give you my address? No haggling it's to ninety five. Inches. Oh but you know I don't have a base for have to buy a chain. I said, where do I get the chain? I said You told me about a base for one hundred dollars. You don't remember that was that a lie. No I think we're going to hang it. So she lied to me about the base to drop the price. All right. Okay. She says, well, how much is it chain at Home Depot? I don't know. You have to buy a hook interest chain on top I. said You buy a mounting? They sell them these are. Canary Cages by the way he's chair. Yeah. So she says, well, can you take ten dollars off the price of the hook to mount it? I said, now you knew coming to my house that you had to buy amounting look. I said so no, I'm not taking any money off the cherish. is to ninety five. She says. Please my kids are here. And the kids are playing on my lawn, of course. Kids. Go for the sympathy right I said, I, said. There wasn't a it wasn't a mistake right that she kid it wasn't an accident. I said Amy I am not. I'm not giving this cheerful. You're fucking cold. Bro I said we already went down from three six. The chair is to ninety five. You want the Chevy Twenty five it's a great deal. I said she was. So she says, all right Alvin milieu. I said, where's the cash you sent me four notices for direct messages cash come now I don't have the cash? Alvin. I said. I said you then Mommy right now I wanNA. See it in my account. Right and I'll have to check it shows. Okay. Would you take? Would you take less money? Would you take to eighty five? I said no chairs twenty five you can leave now. You. Don't take the chair but not haggling the price anymore. What does retail four by the way? Five fifty this chair you got for free okay. I didn't get well. Okay. It's principal now I don't know I mean I'm all in on this. At this point so she she she's she goes. She tries to to me. Oh I'm looking in my benmaller count. What's your? What's your name? So I tell her? She's Oh. I I this credit card has a two hundred, fifty dollars..

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"Gift of Merch in our emerge store we have brand new merchandise. That's right. Six new of five new items. In the store at one recurring, and so we've got three versions of the property of Brooklyn Boys Shirt it's a brand new friend gray with navy on the shirt. You will get scary and Brody and Brody and scary together on the same shirt. GotTa. Love. You have that in a Unisex t a Hoodie a Hoodie. Entertainment sold I didn't think we would sell a lot of hoodies. But it's the fall right and we are selling the hoodies than anything so they. Ask and you shall receive department someone had requested a while back. Wait a second. You know the cool tank tops make for women with the. The white. Yeah. I really liked that I want to see that on a t shirt. Hey, guess what now you can't you see a t shirt, but you could see it on a Hoodie as well. So you got the black with the white. Brooklyn Bridge logo on a Hoodie and on no no, it's not black. It's. White on black on nope. Navy blue right looks looks it looks black in the pick, but it's not it's very dark, but it's hard as navy. Yeah. You'RE GONNA go and enjoy we're really happy with. What you may be running at a masks, you don't WanNa be seen with the same mask you've got to be. You. Want to impress. You don't WanNa be masks. So little if your little behind in shopping there still are about. Ten or eleven maybe of the original Brooklyn Boys. Circle. Logo. Shirt that's yeah. That shirt if we if we have your size and pick up a mask yes with the logo. Asks. Whatever you and I tweeted out the link to the website which given a second a couple of people tweeted. They could hear me in their mind saying that's right. So the website is Brooklyn Boys Dot big cartel dot com that's Brooklyn Boys, dot pig cartel, dot com, and cartel spelled C., A. R., T. L.. Okay right. All right. Yeah. Okay. Out of the way have you ever called the store? You couldn't find them. You looked on Google maps. It wasn't an exact thing I don't know where you are. You're in like a giant..

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

03:48 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"He was raised in. No he was right in Saugerties but say, but he said, where was he born? I'm sorry he was born in Brooklyn but he lived at like you're a couple of years but is he was born in Nineteen seventy four Brooklyn. Anybody can look at his own both Jimmy's were born in Brooklyn Jimmy Kimmel as well. Yeah. Yeah. So I saw a lot of great talent has come from Brooklyn..

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"He doesn't know what time you closing like Oh. Yeah. He really loves his job. One of those right were. Like Schedule Shop Right which I'm sure it's fun. You can. Get your schedule, an email or something right now it has your hours on it so much time skits like if I asked You with twenty three minutes left of the morning show a scary. How much time do we have left twenty two minutes five seconds. You know of course I wanNA. Go file I find that interesting. All right. So he likes his job yeah yeah really likes his job. I've never met anyone like that in like in a restaurant or I don't know an idea. Here man. So I got these new air pods. The pros staring at him right now the from apple a but you can engrave things on them for free right. So, I wanted. To be funny. So online. You, get to put the engraving what you want engraved on. You're on the air pot on the on the case. Retried to like fuck you or something like that know. Wouldn't take it. Dumb account how about shit? Wouldn't. asshole nothing Dick. Pussy like.

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"You know if he was positive for covert and he farted. The Cova comes out of any whole as. And that works doctor is said it so he could have blown it in your general direction I guess he could've maybe he needed a mask on his ass that's what I'm saying an ass mask. and. Mass. Feel a title of a podcast coming on. Mask ask the ask of a mass. Ask You know what I'm GonNa do I'm going to hold on I probably have the picture on my phone I want to see this I'm GonNa posted a picture on my instagram. I want you to see it what folder it's in. It's in. You know they call people where the where the mask. On their chin. Diaper I. Love It. You know there is a problem because my my girlfriend's more like you when it comes to the whole dining experience. Yeah that. She wants to stay outside is and I'm like, okay, we're getting late into the season and here in the northeast, the weather's turning and there aren't enough space heaters that you can put around the table. That will make us feel comfortable because that when at first gust of wind comes through. That he goes to the other direction for a second and you feel a chill. So I don't know how much longer this is going to lash. We've been we've been doing pretty well with it, but we're getting into the point where I don't want to sit outside if it's thirty, five forty degrees out to you. I don't know what I'm GONNA do. I don't know that's a great question. I don't know what I'm GONNA. Do it has that cold? You know I'm just GONNA go back to cooking I. Guess. I mean listen I'm not. I'm not scared as long as they properly take care of the indoors I'll go sit inside I'm okay with it. My girlfriend is a yeah. You're not there yet. Okay. No. Now not doing that you're not doing that. All right. So you're not gonna I'm sending the pictures should have it in a second. All right. I, want To See this I'm going to post it. Maybe this should be the. Maybe, we should all my God. Did. I exerted J. No do a lot of. Ass. Yeah. Shut up, and that's that's the guy I look at the whole I didn't have to look, but I had to like can't believe it. I told you. We should make this. Instead of putting our faces on it, we should just put this ask crack on their as as the picture for the podcast. I think he'll get a lot of clicks. To that. I want the guy might recognizes as he could look, he could be it could be a slice. He's clearly a crack. Oh.

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"I had a momentous occasion in my life this past week and a half. Which I we didn't get to last week. It's a big deal for me. Not a gender viewpoint. You admit you're wrong. Now that's not gonNA happen. No Shit. No. Since March. I went out to eat for the first time. Last week with a fund. Up. Yeah pigeon really in fact since March and. As we're. Recording. It Was the second week. Third Week of October, it's been like seventy months. Yeah. On Long Pants. Why Oh you've been even short time. I've been wearing shorts since shorts and a tee shirt. I have not worn a shirt with a button since March. And I, bet you you feel liberated and well I still went out and a t shirt right. But I wore jeans jeans and I went out to dinner with my friend who was those light party was having sex for the first time. I'll let you know when that happens so. It was it was weirdly liberating but weird, it was too. So we sat outside, of course, there were people inside but like not GonNa do that. We sat outside there were heat yourself I do hostile speak for. Contain I I'm saying, I, don't want to science. Oh, I sat outside the Great. Okay. So we sat by these giant heaters. So it was nice and toasty. It wasn't. It was maybe sixty five degrees it wasn't terrible. This place, we went to built an outdoor patio to theme restaurant in the area, they built an outdoor patio. They were building it anyway, but they made it bigger than they planned for this for what's going on in the world. So we got a nice table and then so the tables wore spaced out sorta like a checkerboard. So diagonally there was someone like six feet away that make sense. Yes. Like a checkerboard. Yes. So behind you maybe ten feet away. Agnew? Okay so It was weird because the menus were made a paper. Yup Right. They didn't have like the real menus a lot of times they did Qr Code and you'd have to just aim your. These menus were made a paper they were printed nicely, Yep I forgot to get some left something in my car I needed. I was able to just walk from my table to my car in the parking without a mask no mask a mask on. Would you forget? My glasses 'cause I default on the paper was really small side to get my glasses to read to read the paper. Irrelevant but I was able like to go to the restaurant I was like Oh there's my college over to the car. So we ordered the food and I forgot like ordering Soda and appetite I had almost forgotten like the given take like the dance of the ordering I forgot everything because it's been so long. So I ordered my my diet coke no ice and we ordered the meals. He picks up the menus, the paper menus, the waiter. Andy was fantastic by the way and he takes the Menus and crumbles them up and throw them away. But it was like I felt like he was saying you guys are gross I'm throwing you. You stood what we doing. But I didn't experience it. No it's always great. The waiter kept his mask on the whole time we masked up when we weren't eating right and that's great covering our faces, what we chose to do for the most part while we sitting there. However sometimes..

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

04:16 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"She did it on a blog she had She did a gender reveal cake. Yeah. The inside of the cake was pinker blue or red or blue whatever right she regrets it. She's I'm sorry I ever brought this idea to the masses. The only thing I'm trying to say it just I know we've gone on about this. Is that. I was invited to this on Halloween weekend which yeah, it's it's. You hate weddings on holiday weekends I hate weddings on holiday weekends. I don't. Want to rehash that. My point was only to say as someone I know hates like an actual big deal like a wedding is a big deal right? That's somebody puts it on a holiday weekend. I. Know It's to say bunny or make it convenient to fly everybody's off work I get it scary. Doesn't like Incan being inconvenient but it's holiday weekend another self absorbed. There For it's not my favorite. It's like you understand I fought lands you're coming to my wedding on Thanksgiving okay. Well, I wouldn't do that. But if you give somebody like a year and a half to plan Memorial Day weekend. I get what my only point was as someone who doesn't like going to a wedding on a holiday going to a gender reveal party for someone you don't know for someone your girlfriend, sue. Makes it that much worse? That's what I'm really does but but I. Can Wedding. Labor. Day. Weekend wedding if you think about a brody, most of America does not get three day. They. You know. So so the the fact that you get a few in the calendar year where maybe you could make something extra of that weekend baby right? Do a little steak or drive somewhere. You're not going out on, you're not losing your holiday Halloween. Fuck Yo how about but okay. What if this wasn't Halloween Halloween weddings are popular against. Nine. Seventy you don't have any kids scary if you the Halloween wedding everyone's dressing up. That's fun I'm sorry I would go to a Halloween you would. Yes. Suit. Shoes health here. No. I wouldn't have to wear a suit and I just go out and have fun.

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"A woman. She's probably like sixty five, seventy years old. I guess she didn't have Internet and home or the technology is Internet. What is Internet? She was standing in the middle of Pc Richard either oh was an ipad display maybe I pad that they were selling or tablet. Or? Computer I remember it was she was face timing. It was before zooms it was probably facetime or no it was. What's the other one? skype she was skyping. Remember that. Typing thousand seventeen, watch her daughter. I guess daughter was back in the home country I. think that's what was. For some reason, she couldn't make it there. Maybe she was across the country whatever was. So she was in the middle of this traffic store for agenda reveal party for for our soon to be. Grandchild. Right. But so I was happy to be shopping. So sized what he doing Chicago I'm watching a gender reveal party. My daughter's going to announce what she's having. So she stood deaf like a half hour I was shopping my God I, come back and she's still standing there because they weren't ready yet. Day. and. Let me know. Let me know. Having on will you let him? You let the mom look you're not gonna be with us today. It's great. It's great. They have this woman standing in electronics store. And you know what I love. You know how self absorbed? My wife and I did a gender reveal for our third child to ourselves. Right set yoursel-, we had the obstetrician, put an envelope put in the envelope what we're having because we we wanted to find out privately. Right just between the two of us not in front of the obstetrician. What we were having. So, in the privacy of our own home after a nice dinner, we opened the envelope and we celebrated that knowledge together. That's cool and then we called our relatives and said Hey. What's going on right and we were ready like later of course. Yeah. But. Now people you know the first of all. I think it's Ballsy to do one of these, but it's even more ballsy to do it. Oh, it's Halloween weekend. Who cares it's not like. Families don't have kids that may be trick or treating or doing these socially distant events whatever you're doing for the pandemic. Zoom call all the ten minutes zoom call. It's like you have to fucking not even that it's not worth it now I'm not getting on your Goddamn zoom call for your gender reveal now is doing this. Friend or your friend selfish it's. It's an acquaintance of hers Oh Acquaintan- acquaintances right. Show quaint and maybe it's a friend of hers. Up with asking how much the baby weight a friend she sees every day we'll put it that way. Then why would you wanna see them then? Like if I'M GONNA risk my life exaggeration. But if I'M GONNA risk my life and give up a holiday Saturday even during Cova Times, you better be someone I care about..

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"That's what I was worried about. Well, all we built defense view. You made his pay for the fence now fuck you and your fence. Glad that you're having a socially distant halloween a gathering this week. This is a big. Right you love Halloween. Saturday night when. He comes but once every seven years but some say less. But. This is a big one and. You, you know a normal I go out and do a club event. You know always out at night. Nice. I'm not gonNA have that and we'll wait a minute. You'RE GOING GONNA lose out on Thanksgiving money this year we didn't get to that. Yeah, that's a whole I. Know We. Holiday. That's another story that's later on. We'll get to that that maybe we're not going to go to this episode. My point is yeah. So Oh what's on the agenda? What are we doing and my girlfriend was like, Oh, well, we kind of were invited to a gender reveal party this weekend. Hold on, wait a second hold on but she's she's one of the went up. She doesn't want to be there for this and neither do I certainly don't, but she doesn't because it's covert times, right so I got the perfect excuse. Bucket tell them no send the gift whatever. But I it got me to think that gender reveal parties are so fucking shell selfish and we have talked about that on this podcast. No. No but dying people are dying. down. We know what happened California? Yes. People are shooting fireworks into the air. They turn out peak for the peak. It's a girl wait a second. Now the forest is on fire because. You're the before some guy burned down the state of Colorado, right? It doesn't matter what state of you know blew up something. He fired a rifle into into a target that blew up and it caused me to believe that people have no first of all. They have no moral compass but they have no compass of what people what's important to them versus other people I wanNA listen he gives off. Nobody gives a fuck about you getting people together for four hours possibly collecting more gifts or another. Just to find out the sex of your child. Now, please if you're listening to this and you've you've had a gender reveal party already I'm yeah. person. With the way I view it is you're getting people to together right and you're thinking everybody cares just as much is ruin your your spouse fifty it's fifty fifty. Boy I don't WanNa get into genders. Whatever but it's fifty fifty what body parts coming out. Look if let's look if we lived in a world where you had a ten percent chance of having a superhero baby. If you could give birth to a flying superstrong baby. And I would have gender of Party on the chance that my baby could be a superhero. How great would be? Superior Baby Yeah but if you are simply giving birth which every? Yeah. Well. Most people can't. Respect so those billions and billions of people have done this but I've always every animal on the planet like. Female Feed writes some some litters, dogs, eight puppies whatever. But you're going to have a boy or a girl, right? Good for you. Good for you I think. Pc Richard and son about a year ago. Let's let's East Coast. Of Ours we love them not a sponsor, the podcast..

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"Get Away. With painting it because if they huddled up against the fence and didn't take step back onto my property. Right. Okay. So the guy from the institution. Said I'M GONNA. Call it Gardner box. It's easier. It's. In the box. Jenkins God the Guy From God God in a box. Emails me back and he says, I'm sorry I don't know anything about this. I don't know I don't know what you're talking about. So I saw Robeco, how do you? He says I'm home right now I said you don't know that somebody painted defense. What was it? I said well, it Saturday now and I was out by my pool on Wednesday. Thursday or Friday. He's well I'll. I'll have to investigate this. Gets back to me and he says, well, we rent the parking lot out. On Thursdays to the local boy scouts. They use it for meetings and whatnot. Sorry. Maybe, it was a boy scout project. So he says I know they were doing cleanup. I said well, okay. Let me investigate. Okay. So it gets back to me says, the boy scouts thought they were doing a favor. And decided to paint the fence white all. I said, well, why would they pay my side I? Don't know I don't know the answer to that. Roy say well, YOU'RE GONNA have to take the paint off the fence Oh shit because it's an eyesore and my neighbors said the same thing like a bed neighbor brody's they're. Here we go. You'RE GONNA have to, I'm telling you. This is going to become a problem because they're going to argue against it now, they didn't know you so you negative Nancy. So they said, no, we'll. We'll take care of it. What are you want? I said well, they said we can stain over the paint and stain at Brown I said no because it's going to look like white paint would stay not. It's terrible. I just wanted to look like it used to look. They said. All right. Well, yeah we'll do that. We'll hire somebody will pay for it. I have to figure out the budget and we'll get someone to remove the paint, and if it doesn't come off, we'll we'll put some options on the table few whatever you like being very commenting very nice of them. My neighbor says that's fine. So what's today? Thursday? We recorded on Thursday. So on Friday of last week, they start the process of removing the paint on my neighbor's property. They don't have a pool. So behind their house, it's like boom fence. My Pool in the bushes sort of blocked defense, it's not as bad. So they do the fence half third on Friday by neighbor a third on Saturday of my of my neighbor..

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

05:57 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"Care song lyric. He starts singing if I hear something that sounds like a song lyric. But I've been that Louis my whole life. Right we used to play game at Z one hundred are station here here in New York. And a friend Kobe who's now on Light FM in New York when any anyone say a line from song like oh. Yeah. I said that guy he was breaking the law, he'd go thanks Judas priest like he would thank the band and call you that ban for saying that line right they wouldn't. We wouldn't sing the song or the next lyric and would just be that and and the game never did come to an end. We try to outdo each other the best. The best example of ending would have been if we confronted the artist if the artists said the name, their own saw allow challenge right or a weird. Song, and then the other had to put it away. We have to put it on by saying all right blanks. So for instance, I think this happened with Janet Jackson. Cubby has claimed to end the game was Janet Jackson was in one day and she goes I brought these they're all for you and then he goes alright Janet Jackson. You're because it's hair right? Yeah. It was her song all for you. I think you're right on that. So anyway. So I. Don't know about fifteen years ago the religious institution. Behind. My building behind my house made their parking lot bigger and the parking lot took away part of the forest in my backyard, my private backyard. So when they were doing that I said listen guys. If you're going to do that I'm GonNa have a parking lot in view of my backyard that that decreases my property value. That's not good. So I went to the municipal court in town and I. Basically. Force fought them on this I force them. To build a fence. A wooden fence, a six foot high fence hind my property all the way up the block to the other properties that were affected because if they got a permit to make their parking nephew Herbert, this is God's country and those parking spaces of his disciples. What do you do? You're trying to you take that away from them okay. So this was a long time ago, but everyone on the block. Thank me. All right. So it's basically a would colored fence right? It's not painted. It's not stained. It's what color. So behind my pool I have I don't know about six feet. I have a fence around the pool ever about six feet behind the fence where you can walk and then as. We're like deer run by through my property they go by the fence and then passed my pool fence is wooden fence. So there's about six feet and in that six feet I, WanNa say one foot is their property and a few feet or my property. So that makes sense. Yes. Okay. So I. For your feet hold on, I get a text message from my neighbor to my a facing my house to the left and he says, did you know anything about the fence? So what are you talking about? He says, well, I'm not home. My wife just texted me that somebody painted the fence white. What Why would anyone paint our side of the fence white that's gotTA. Look Awful. He's Oh I hear it looks terrible. So we both rush home and I get home and not the fence goes. From my house. To, the goes to the left about eight houses but only the first two houses from right to left. With fence ends or starts depending on if you're an optimist or not. Behind my house in his house, it's white and WHO's fence is that It belongs to the religious institution. Okay..

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"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"On the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. There's Boys. Boys in this house, there's two boys. Boys House crazy boys. Boys. Episode One forty, nine of those. PODCASTS. Brody I like it. Thank you. This is short version. I have a longer version that'll be ready next week with with. got. Some no rapper boom system right here at some big base and let that base like that. It's base in your face. Well as I pointed out.

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"ten dollars" Discussed on Everything is Alive

Everything is Alive

05:41 min | 7 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on Everything is Alive

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"ten dollars" Discussed on Everything is Alive

Everything is Alive

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on Everything is Alive

"We'll call. You're of course US currency. Have you ever met bills from other parts of the world? I did actually meet a Canadian dollar once. Yeah, he was in the wallet for a little while. It was a really awkward I thought it was I I was excited. 'cause like been always just around American currency, and I was like Oh. My Gosh, it just felt so exotic to have. To have a Canadian in there But it was not a great thing and I. Do I have to say I do kind of blame myself, but I I wasn't trying to. We're both ten dollars. But I was just trying to think I got a little too deep into global economics with them and I was trying to explain that. Even though he's ten dollars, he's not worth as much as me. Which even saying that out loud just does Jerky I think it would be hard to here. Yeah, it's not nice and I tried to buy it back by saying you know, but things could change imports exports. You know and maybe one day you'll be worth more than me. But at that point. He was totally shut down. Can I ask? Did he have the smell? And I really WanNa talk about that. She here resident actress speaking hi is Dina N-. Deans talking right now? Okay cool by. Dean there you. Do you have a few minutes? Right? Now are sure do. So I see you wrote an article for the Canadian Press in twenty thirteen. The headline is due Canada's new plastic. Bills Smell like maple syrup. Can. You just tell me basically what was going on there? Well Canada introduced a new series of plastic bills in two thousand eleven, and the first bill to come on the scene was a hunt. The hundred dollar bill which was released in twenty eleven, and I noticed as a reporter I noticed on social media, a lot of chatter about These bills had peculiar smell. Some people had this idea that that they had somehow been impregnated with Smell of Maple Syrup. So I just found that kind of odd. I I did get hold of one and I fought for everything I did I could not get it to smell like maple, syrup or anything else for that matter. But This belief was so strong on social media that I I wondered whether the were of the currency which is in candidates, the Bank of Canada that's responsible whether they had gotten any kind of correspondence from ordinary Canadians, but it and it turned out. I used our access to information. Act to get that correspondent. It turns out. There was a lot a lot of correspondent saying. You know I'm having. A dispute with my wife. She doesn't think they smell like Maple Syrup and I do. Can you resolve it for us or? Where do I scratch it to get the smell? But I should say the Bank of Canada absolutely denies that there was anything put in that bill, no impregnation of any smell of any kind. So you've filed an access information. We in the United States. We have the freedom of information. Act, I guess it's the same thing In the process of doing that, are you? Are you like writing a letter that says I WANNA. Know everything all correspondence relating to the possible smell of Maple Syrup on our currency. Is Pretty much exactly that. It was a guess on my part, but sure enough. The bank had tons of correspondence that they refused to release to me initially by the way I had to fight to get them do it. They're really they're trying to keep the LID on the maple. Syrup conspiracy. Yeah, so so okay, so the Bank of Canada firmly denies it. You've never experienced it yourself, but you. You've read correspondence from hundreds of people who insist that was the case. your your best guess of an explanation for what's happening. Power of suggestion you know somebody. Somebody posts something on. Social Media. And you know these things just move at the speed of light, and and it just catches on. You know it's a kind of a strange phenomenon. Yeah! I. Mean we read so much about conspiracy theories? that. The the idea that the Canadian currency is centered like Maple Syrup is I think the most harmless kind of kindest? Conspiracy I've ever heard. I think you're right. I did so benign. Conspiracy theory that's. You know not hurting anybody right it's it's It's not disparaging anybody. It's just it's just kind of fun. That's that's it. You know just kind of fun..

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"ten dollars" Discussed on Everything is Alive

Everything is Alive

03:23 min | 7 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on Everything is Alive

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"ten dollars" Discussed on Everything is Alive

Everything is Alive

05:14 min | 7 months ago

"ten dollars" Discussed on Everything is Alive

"As much as I much as I want to believe that I. I can do anything twenty can do. Or do anything hundred can do the truth is. I could do half what a twenty can do. And a tenth of what a hundred do exactly I mean. Yeah, math wise, that's. That's what it is. Well Colin I imagine you've moved around a lot. Can you tell me about where you're spending your time these days? These days. In a wallet. Okay a lot I mean it's a lot of wallets purses. pocketbooks. ATM's. Yeah, that's pretty much. I am a wallet where I guess you call Home Yeah. Are you alone in their now? It's rare. It's rare that I'm alone. There's. Usually. Other bills there's in this wallet. There's not only that but receipts so many seats. Which I don't love you know. I. Don't know it's like get it together. You know like yeah, imagine being sandwiched by like eight of them or forty of them. You know what I mean. It really is a lot of receipts. It's a lot. He's in those guys in animal. I don't know what to say. So how many people have you been in? Possession word in possession of that's good. That's that's a good word. Possessions. Good, it's it's tough, because some I guess. How do you define it? Sometimes, it's a hand off. Is that possession? I don't know, but I would say I had to. Ballpark it. Under naty. Under eightyish. That's a lot. Is it. Feels normal feels normal. I mean as you're saying that I'm remembering one wallet. That was honestly like humiliating. Humiliating place to be because I was. Pressed up against a condom for. I don't know like way too long for this. Weeks! Just, Kinda jammed up. Jammed up against a rubber. It's not great. It wasn't a great feeling in and I'm just kind of in my head I'm. Either spend me or something needs to change in here because it's like. I don't know just felt it just feel gross. Said, you're there for weeks. Yeah, I don't know what he was doing i. don't know what kind of life he was leading cause. It's nothing was seemed to be working. For him, you know. Who Left I well ironically I left I which is fine I was like whatever, but the funny thing was I I went i. And he bought more condoms with me. Which is like what? Easy cazenove like. Weird. I WANNA. Talk a little bit about the way you look. If that's okay, that's okay you. You have so many images on you. There's Hamilton the number ten the torch. This might be where question, but what? What is your favorite part of you? I would have to say the favorite part of me and the least favorite part of me are all words. Because words. You know it's tricky. It's like getting a tattoo, and then you have to live with it. Yeah, we the people I love. In God we trust. There was a time when I was like fairly religious like I would feel like I would there are things I believed in? You know as time passes I would honestly say more than eight. The S. now so an atheist then God. We trust tattooed on you. It's not a great. It's confusing. I don't really go in all this patriotic stuff. I don't really I love. The country is not a, but it's a little much. It's a little overdone. I feel like flags seals. Peter. You know all that stuff. It's not my favorite Peter. Peter the Eagle Legal, if you've ever seen currency with an eagle on it, that's Peter. That's Peter the Eagle. You're saying that the eagle that by on currency. That's a Specific Eagle Peter. The Eagles named Peter is named Peter Yeah. He lived at the mint in Philadelphia and he would perch on the coin presses. You just Kinda sit up there. And watch over things and then sadly one day, one of the presses went on Peter his wing in the wrong place. And, That was the end of Peter. It just seems like a strange name. For An, Eagle. What do you mean what would? What would be better? I don't know, imagine something like. More Majestic Bruce. Bruce doesn't seem right either Sandy. No! Sir John Gielgud..

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