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How to Give Visitors a Wow! Experience

The Official BNI Podcast

06:45 min | 1 d ago

How to Give Visitors a Wow! Experience

"Priscilla rice and I'm coming to you from Live Oak recording studio in Berkeley, California, and I'm joined on the phone today by the founder and the chief Visionary officer of BNI. Dr. Ivan misner. Hello, How are you? And where are you this week? I am in addition to many recorded visits all around the world. I am Live this week June for a regional compact. In event, so I'm in Canada this week. That sounds all right. Now also this week I have a guest this is his fifth visit to as a guest to be an iPod cast and his name is Mark Applebaum. Mark has been would be and I for over 15 years. He's been a director consultant for more than five years. He's long and successful chapters in the b&i Utah and North Region Marx married to his amazing life. He says Tiffany for almost twenty years with two children Ryan and Tom Jenna and one of the things that Mark loves to do is to teach chapter members how to give visitors a wow experience. I can't think of anything better than that. Welcome back Mark mm contest. Thank you so much. I've it's great to be back. What's good to have you here? And you want to start by talking about making visitors female wanted so the floors your home. Well, thank you, you know a little background of where my y about this topic came up his growing up. I grew up back east in New York and my dad owned a pet store or at the time when I was growing up and I worked for my dad for many years and my dad was the world to me and he struggled a lot financially. So if a customer ever left his store, but happy it really affects his livelihood. So I was did my best to if a customer wasn't having a positive experience at least have them leads as happy as possible and you know in vni every visitor is not only a potential customer to be an eye, but it's a potential customer for ourselves. It's a their potential referral partners for ourselves more could lead us to potential customers or referral Partners. So how we treat our visitors. It's just imperative. So this podcast, you know, if you're a visitor host. It's not just meant for the visitor house out there. It's really meant for every single member to take on the mindset of a visit. Post because we all play a role in that visitor experience and it's in the future success of our chapter know let me just add one thing to you real quick. I know if you know this, but when I started back we didn't have visitor hosts. One of the things I said was that if you invited a visitor you had to be there host and honestly that didn't work as well. So because not everybody's created equal as a host wage and we did create visitor host. But that was my initial concept with b and I was that everybody had to be a host especially the person that invited them and I love the story to share in in givors gained about the visitor you sent to a chapter who ended up going to a different chapter who's the chapter that actually designed to visit our house program. That's either story. So everyone listening think about the region your chapters in and the amount of chapters you have in your region and just here in the Utah North Region. We have fifty three chapters and just in the Salt Lake area we have over 2,000 chapter wage. So depending on what what a visitor does they really in a twenty-mile radius twenty-minute radius. They have a wide variety of of chapters to choose from. So if you if the for the people if you take a moment and think about your chapter and the culture that it has now imagine for a moment every chapter in your region met at the same time the same day in the same location as all the other chapters sure that's not possible. But imagine it was for a moment. Yeah, I would a visitor choose your chapter over all the other ones and you know, it really comes down to what the poet Maya Angelou says best people will forget what you said people will forget what you did but people will never forget how you made them feel. Yes, what a visitor feel welcomed and important. They're more likely to want more of that and yep. That's why we all play a role in that positive experience. Whether you're the visitor host or not your contribution to your chapter and that in your involvement with how the visitor enters the room and Enterprise is in call and and welcoming them really makes such a difference. So a few examples of ideas that members and chapters can take on that could be very beneficial to them. The first is off when the visitor is already registered in BNI connect. The leadership team will receive an email saying so-and-so is registered to to visit on this particular day. Right? Well, the idea would be that the president of the chapter soon after getting that email sends a personal email to that visitor and also on that email they copy on the email other members in the chapter that are complementary to the visitor and then purpose of all that is 1 to let the visitor know how excited they are to meet them to to give them any instructions. They they may need to you know, show up but yep. To really let the visitor know that these other members could be great power Partners together with that visitor and so a great success story. I'd like to share is about three years ago as a director. One of my roles was placing visitors helping visitors find Chapters and I was working with one professional and his business was custom mens clothing and because of his schedule I took it into three different chapters and the third chapter he went to the president at the time Steve level who's the business attorney in the chapter was phenomenal at doing this and so he sent this personal email to this month custom clothing gentleman, and he see see the financial adviser and the family law attorney on on the email who both of them also replied to the custom clothing gentleman saying Thursday, we looks so we look forward to meeting you we too could use help with their own wardrobe and that visitor ended up visiting and a couple of weeks later. He ended wage. Joining and a couple of weeks later. I called them to say to figure out why he picked that chapter over the other two and in his words. He said that that chapter had an unfair Advantage because without one month then, you know connected to the members before they even met them that he wanted to join a group and three years later. He still a member of the group

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Laura Jackson Of Towpath shares Her Roast Chicken Recipe

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:53 min | 2 d ago

Laura Jackson Of Towpath shares Her Roast Chicken Recipe

"Name is Laura. Jackson I'M The, head chef and CO owner of Towpath, which is on the regent's canal in East London. And I'd like to share one of my favorite recipes with today, which is race chicken. Obviously. A very, very simple recipe but I think one that is quite hard to pull off properly and. Rest of chickens in my life. So I think by now I think got the recipe down to T. it's a great one to cook at home because it is so simple and it's a crowd pleaser suits quick to prepare, and the reason I chose this recipe is because while one is totally delicious but. For me my sort of philosophy and the way I love to cook is not anything and the great thing about roast chicken is once you've served the chicken, you can then make a stock with the caucus. which you to make lots of different stews and soups and broths, and then there's also tends to be quite a lot of meet the you miss from carving, which can then be used for another thing. So essentially, you can get three or four dishes from one thing which makes me very, very happy. So all you need to do is get roast chicken. Of Asli, I would say, definitely. To get chicken that has had a good life. So free range organic or from a farm where you know that the having a nice time and I used to always roast chickens with butter but then maybe seven or eight years ago I had to give up Daria had some health issues. So I switched to using olive oil and actually feel that it is much better than using butter because the crispiness of the skin, you can take it to another level because. The burning properties of olive oil much lower than butter. So definitely go for olive oil. For Chicken you definitely want one big juicy lemon, and then head of garlic. If you've got some Tarragon, obey leaves to stuff up. It's bumpy can do that as well but that's not huge thing. So really super super simple. What you want to do I get your oven I would say almost as hot as possible. Obviously if you've got very strong oven, I would do it at about kind of t twenty to thirty, and then I would cut the garlic in half and. Stick. It up. It's bomb with some bay leaves. Tarragon if you have. Cut The lemon half squeeze it all the juice out like you can possibly get out and squeeze all over the chicken and again, then put the lemon up. It's bum. It just cooks more evenly if you've got lots of things stuffed up inside it. Then I put lots of pepper and some Odin Sea salt, and then a really really generous gluck of olive oil. Than, just get your hands in just rub it all over. And then pop it in the oven breasts side up an idea between twenty five to thirty five minutes at a super super high heat. Basically, this is the stage where you want the skin to go. Really really crispy. So, anywhere between that time, and then once the skin is super crispy, you want to turn the heat down really really low. So I turn it down to about one forty, one fifty. And then Cook it for another twenty five to thirty five minutes. So total, you want to cook the chicken for an hour. So if it's super high for twenty five, then you delay for thirty five. Vice Versa and then you basically take out I. don't based or touch it during its cooking and let it rest for a good twenty minutes to half an hour and then it's good to go.

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I'm Scared to Invest in Real Estate in a College Town Right Now

Ramsey Call of the Day

05:25 min | Last week

I'm Scared to Invest in Real Estate in a College Town Right Now

"Anthony is in Kansas City High Anthony. Welcome to the Dave. Ramsey show. Hi doing great. How can I help? I have about a half million dollars in my checking account and I have had it in there for a couple of years I'm trying to figure out exactly what to do with it. My plan was to use it for real estate. But the real estate market got me a little spooked right now while or. we live in a college shirt close to a college town and. the market there they've built so many brand new complexes in the last. Ten Years Nobody's going to college. Okay. I'm with you exactly the enrollment rates are going down you know so I'm a little bit Leery of that. So what town are you at all? I'm Manhattan. Kansas Yeah, okay All right yes. You're far enough away from Kansas City that you're probably not investing in. Kansas City. Correct okay, Anthony holder you. I'm forty five. Okay. You've done a great job. Yeah. Are you planning to stay Manhattan. That depends don't necessarily need to have a hobby farm. I'm I'm an electrical contractor by trade. But my my real estate holdings I have a couple of rental properties to, but I have about a million and a half in real estate that's all paid for. about one, hundred, thousand in cash five, hundred, thousand in my checking. about four, hundred, thousand other assets like. Crack loaders tractors. You're. A. Stud. Done. So proud of you. It's got to feel great man really did it and I'm assuming you did all this start assuming you to all the starting from nothing. For nothing inherited nothing way to go well, here's what I would do if I, woke up in your shoes and I find myself in similar situations from time to time. I'm between real estate deals and I need access to the cash when I get ready to do the next real estate deal. That's where I find myself. It's where you find yourself because you're not going to drop that half million in Manhattan you've made that decision. I'm not going to recommend if you've listened to me for more twenty minutes, you know this to be a long distance landlord. and. So what I'm GonNa end up doing is just parking this probably in like an S. and P. Five hundred. you know a no load fund there's no commissions and just ride the market with it a little bit while I'm waiting to decide what I'm GONNA do. and. One of two things will happen. One of three things will happen. You decide to stay in Manhattan and the market get soft as you predict. So you will not pull that money out in buying Manhattan. So you're probably going to turn and invest in some other vehicle for probably some mutual fund or something number. Two thing that could happen as you move and you're living in whatever Kansas City and you got a great market to invest in. Then, you pull the money out and you invest it then what was the third thing that could happen. The third thing could happen would be Manhattan back the college market firms back up and you feel good about investing in Manhattan again, pull the money out there s and P and invest go so your parking it until something else moves another variable moves in the situation. But checking accounts not okay. Yeah. I realize that it's been but you know how it is Kinda fly. And I'm sure your bank is reaching out blowing up your phone with all their ideas and thoughts. Real helpful now. Drysdale's on the line. There's a saw ball mister guides deals on the line. There's a fourth option you may begin to look at something that gets to be on sale where you've got someone that has to sell or is looking to sell, and now you've put yourself in a situation to start to have some conversations about potentially buying that that could happen as the market. In Manhattan that's right. that somebody couldn't quite survived the turn and it's making an upward turn and you're comfortable with it that could result in a really good for a great deal. Yeah. That's that's a very, very good point. Dr. John Loney is. One of three, thirty, two degrees he's got he's got more degrees than a thermometer is in higher. Ed. And he's talked about with you and I and a bunch of US behind the scenes and even some what on the air The to the extent that. Because of the student loan debacle and because covert scenario by home, they realized These colleges are trying to charge just as much sitting at home I'm not getting like the college experience. I don't see any ivy on the walls here at my house. So to those two things hitting together are accelerating p the demand for college degrees. On campus living college degrees, they're accelerating that demand dropping right been dropping. Student loan the covert thing is pushed it over the edge. So, we are seeing some things like he's describing a college town like Manhattan, which is what Kansas State. Of Kansas, state and So you know we're seeing so many smaller towns where the economy's driven by resoluteness. Affecting their economies it really is a lot of those around America.

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A recipe from Luke Selby

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:02 min | Last week

A recipe from Luke Selby

"My Name's Lisa and I'm the head chef of stable where me and my brothers we cooking and. Hoping Zero at the end of the month, a recipe, the I like to Cook Omen, and so a dish I designs during lockdown. Well, actually, it was a recipe donates to the NFL. Where a friend of mine was cooking free meals for a key emergency workers. And I designed this dish for him and he prepared and cooked for. The key walk is though helping in the NHS so the dishes emesa glazed aubergine. So we have to of genes of four people and we co them in sesame oil, and then we just school them lightly. And pan-fried him. To get an ice and characterization on the clash and then we might to me so dressing which is a grated. Ginger too close of garlic. About. Two tablespoons of White Mecer. tablespoon of rice wine vinegar hundred miles of water tablespoon Wai-. Source and two tablespoons of Suga. We blend that up. And then just on the gene and baked the aubergine profile twenty minutes one hundred and ninety degrees. And then we just serve kind of Don Berry style. So on rice so cooked Sushi Rice. Very Japanese style and very clean. So we cook Sushi rice and then just has it's cooling mix Satan Cemerin and some rice wine vinegar. And then we serve the genome talk from we just pair it with some pickles. The really helped cut the city and. Live in the dish a lot. So I liked parrot with pickle Karen some pickled cucumber. Basic pickle recipe would be about seventy five mils white wine dente. Four, two meals a worser. And fifteen grams of sugar halftime soul and a teaspoon of Kuranda seats. You just bring that to the boil and poorer over. graded. Keratin. Your sliced cucumber. And that just goes very simply the side and then just gone issue with some Pitkaeranta and that's the dish.

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Libsyn and listener privacy

podnews

03:14 min | Last week

Libsyn and listener privacy

"What's bad for podcast privacy unsecure audio files on Brian Bond letter in sounds profitable has discovered that one of the most aggressive voices on podcast privacy. The podcast host Lipson has been threatening the privacy of its podcast listeners by still serving some of its podcasts using unsecure http. The practice makes it easier for employers is peas and governments to monitor which lips in podcast listeners requesting. You'll find a link to the entire article in our show notes and our newsletter today. Bus Brown has launched a transcript distribution service and integration with podcast addict forecasters. Using sprouts can also offer synchronized captions. The company is working with the podcast index to make this an official are assessed tag. Apple is to announce new hardware today at ten o'clock, Pacific Time the company is widely expected to answer set of new iphones including five G. models and a new smaller part. The podcast academy is to announce the details of their first annual awards today at five o'clock eastern the webinars free to members will link to that today. The organization has also released a mission statement which we linked to as well speaking on the media show last week. ANDRO Greenlee. The chair of the PODCAST Academy confirmed that the organization will not play a part in setting technical standards. The Australian podcast rancor has been released for September the number one remains stuff you should know represented in Australia by Air Ends I. Heart Podcast Network Australia. The top ten publishers account for forty five point eight, million downloads that's up four point one percent from August it's an incomplete rank et measures participating publishers only and doesn't include the ABC the country's largest broadcaster. spotify UK has content and podcast collections for it's black history is now. and. How much did Amazon pay for PODCAST DOT? com it was offered to one news reader for over two million donors who told. POCOCK news that great business show is a new podcast from the bringing together veteran business broadcast. Oh, the former international rugby player. As a leap year, twenty twenty was always meant to be a little longer. The most part the leap year points out that for many Australians in lockdown, it's felt like a very long year indeed with stories of the impact of the pandemic Australia's lives and was released yesterday. Sutter. Faction was launched at the end of last month from Evans Sutter. The past contains short six, two, twenty minute talks about life satisfaction wellbeing happiness, the absurdity of life relationships and joy. Supercars does launch super casters a podcast that dives deep into how you can grow your podcast sustainably and build a business out of it and severe with an F. marks the return of Sofia, Franklin former host of coal her daddy in it. She talks about her split with Alexandra Cooper and then a free for monologue on whatever Franklin decides in the moment to talk about. A horrifying review in Forbes,

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Galaxy Z Fold 2 or Note 20 Ultra?

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

06:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Galaxy Z Fold 2 or Note 20 Ultra?

"Nick. Thank you for being on this week's episode. You've been on plenty of them this past twenty twenty. So thank you for being on the pilot episode of Cuny. A thanks for having me it's always a pleasure. Yeah. All right. So great question for you Someone as let me scroll all the way back. If I can get all the way back there because I g TV can be a little bit hard when it comes to this stuff, somebody asked about the galaxy full to own Brandon Brandon asked, are you going to get accustomed galaxy full to and? The here's where I landed on the fold to once I tested it, and did my reviews for for jv in particular My main question going into using a foldable device on the daily was. His this phone going to provide more for me than just a more fun and bigger smartphone experience. If the question if the answer to that question was no, then I did not feel right mending two grand on it that ultimately became the case I. Love The fold too. I think it's a great device. I enjoyed my time with ED call of duty mobile and Rochman X. Dive on that big screen is. Literally experience you can have anywhere else unless you are willing to play on a tablet by. Yeah. I just. It's a fun device and that's all it ended up being and that's why ultimately said no, it's not for me. So you got your hands on it. You've been doing cameras enough do do you have any thoughts? So. I'm kind of with you on you know seeing if affordable device is the right device for me, my my previous experience with foldable devices got the test out the fold last year just for a couple of days not a full review. But then I got the Z. Flip and I actually really liked that device. But with the fold to my review approach is not me just reviewing the advice it's more of is doing already a blog style review seeing if. A week with this device can convince me that foldable displays are the future and this is where we should be going with smartphone technology. So I'm on day three of that As you said, I've tested out the cameras so far I've been using the phone as my main device. There are some benefits to having that larger screen. I. Honestly think that you know having that cross device between a phone and tablet. Can Be useful for some people But then you mentioned things like gaming and I I saw a lot of people doing this playing call of duty duty mobile on the fold, and you have a much bigger experience but actually I had to put it down after fifteen twenty minutes because of a different couple factors. The the weight of this thing is incredible. It is heavier than a tablet like this thing this thing is just as heavy as what an eight. INCH or nine inch tablet is just because of the metal building the glass on the back it's extremely heavy. So it's not really comfortable for playing for a long period of time but then also the aspect ratio while it does lend itself for what seems to be a more immersive experience. It's actually a cropped in experience. So you don't get any of your peripheral vision that you would get on a sixteen by nine display. It's it's literally cut off so if you have. Especially for first person shooters, you're literally cut off from about twenty to thirty percent of the screen that you would get on a regular smartphone but. That's left to right though right because it's taught top and bottom. You get more on the same about them you get the scene. More on the top and bottom no, you get you get the same view. It's so it's like yours. It's like you're on a smartphone. If you're you're here and then they're just cutting off this and you get that wider or taller aspect ratio by it's it's the same. So I had to quit after I don't know fifteen minutes and the other reason I quit was because it's you're feeling the plastic on the screen and so scrolling your fingers with onscreen controls isn't that smooth as A. Little bit more friction there and especially when it's a larger display unless I hadn't calibrated my controls on spring controls yet to make them a little bit smaller so that there and more responsive. So the ONSCREEN. Controls for call of duty mobile were driving me crazy after after fifteen minutes and I was like, no, I'm going back to my won't plus a pro. Just because it's a much, much better experience for me at least but as far as like it felt bigger and it's because like because the screen is bigger, it does feel more immersive. You're in the game more but I don't think it gives you a competitive advantage with with that feeling because of the other detractors that it, you know it's it's heavier the screens not as smooth. So your your finger scrolling on the screen aren't as quick and responsive, and then for me at least I felt like I was L-. I lost my peripheral vision. In it so But, I I. I think for for call of duty the whole peripheral vision thing. Maybe that is great but I can tell you sir on a platform like Rochman X. Dive it definitely rendered more of the top and bottom because there was more of that. They're so on a regular phone if there was a platform underneath me that I would not see until I fell off the current one I could see it on the full to scum that was literally there. Yeah. So it was literally showed up there. In the same vein of the fold to question someone did ask, would you pick a no twenty all tre or the full to and I think that's an interesting question because these are two very. Niche devices, Nisha lines that Samsung have created for themselves. So it's has pen or fold as penfold. How for me? I. Would Go with the note twenty ultra For for a couple different reasons, one of them being the cameras, the cameras on the no twenty tra- better cameras. that being said, I have been enjoying taking selfies with the fold since you can use the main cameras on the back. So if you're in the SELFIES, the full would be the better option there you can use the altar wide or the standard especially in low light conditions you to see a huge improvement But as far as overall usability of the device I would say the note twenty trump from me personally would be a better fit for my my use cases.

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Marianna Leivaditaki's Chestnut Onion Stew Recipe

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Marianna Leivaditaki's Chestnut Onion Stew Recipe

"Hello My name is Marina Boulevard key and I am from Crete half creighton and half Scottish Ashley I am a chef and I work here in London. And have been doing. So for many years, I was the head chef Mario and currently the head chef at Maurito at Hackney road. The race appeared like to share with you today is a chestnut and onion stew with the option of adding Pumpkin to it. So dishes really simple. A slow cooked stews. So you just need to create a really small base and sweet base using finely chopped carrots and celery and garlic and kind of cutting them really small and putting them in a pan with a little bit of olive oil and making sure they're nice and sweet. So cooking them for about fifteen to twenty minutes and then adding lots and lots of baby onions. So I like to use the Bora tiny. Tyler onions because they're small the really sweet and they're quite mild. So depending on how many people I want to do this do for I locate about five to seven baby onions, per-portion sa- loads, and loads, and this will make you really really beautiful. So after your base is nice and sweet, you just add the onions and then you add your cooked chestnuts. So of course, you can use chestnuts that you cook and you. Peel, but that will take a very long time. So I like to use good quality vacuum packed chestnuts. So I would say you kind of us about one hundred, one, hundred, twenty grams of chestnuts per portion just to be really nice and generous, and this is kind of what this is about using chestnuts instead of meat. So it's adding this kind of really really nice richness to this to that meat word if you using. That so you get everything in the port you add some really good quality chopped tomatoes a nice amount of red wine you season with salt and pepper, and a little bit of Orange Peel, a cinnamon stick, and you just make sure your port is nice and liquidity and there's enough liquid to kind of let this to cook gently few think the reason you can always add some wine or you can just add some water. Place a lead and just let it simmer for half an hour forty minutes just until it start smelling beautifully, you will be able to smell the orange and the cinnamon. When you take the laid off, you will see actually this source has really thickened and this Jew is just absolutely delicious. I wouldn't say it needs more than forty five minutes send. Another amazing ingredient to add that is very seasonal at the moment is. The pumpkin or the butternut squash or any funny squash that you might come across. You can just peel it Q-bert and added in this do at the same time with your base, your salary and your carrot, your onions. So I think here in London I don't often see chestnuts Jews and it's a true. That's very traditional in Greece in the winter months and it's absolutely amazing like if you go up the mountains, you know you. Might Walk into Taverna. The is run by an old granny and before you even kind of you just open the door and you're like, okay, she's Cook Chestnuts Stu. You know. So it's something that you find, but it's something that is also special. So it's not everywhere. It's not in every TAVERNA eater you go two sets a win today sheets really warming at celebrating chestnut, which you know are just absolutely amazing and I love them. And, it's a dish that I recently I collaborated with this amazing new project called wild radish, and this is my dish for Christmas together with lots of other things. So it's a little bit more elaborate, but the main stew is this chestnut and nonunion stew and it's been fantastic collaborating with world radish because it's just an amazing new project asking US sheriffs and other really really lovely beautiful capable sheriff's. To think of dishes they love Cook them, create them, write them down, and then they make them really easy for everyone to do. So you receive this amazing box with

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Caring for COVID-19 positive patients in New York

Reimagining Community Care

05:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Caring for COVID-19 positive patients in New York

"Kobe nineteen pandemic has brought with it many trials and tribulations. We're facing them other healthcare systems are too especially those in hub. In this episode, you'll hear from, Dr, Jeffrey Johnson who's one of our critical care physicians in south, West Wisconsin in Rochester and we'll learn about his experience and learning from carrying for Kobe patients in New York City. Welcome to reimagining community care podcast, and thanks for listening in I'm bobby gas style with co hosts, Mary Jo Williamson and ashes the mood. We continue recording the podcast via zoom trying our best to share this conversation as if we were relieved together in our favorite coffeeshop. We can only wish we were together in our favorite coffee shop right now but very excited about the discussion today. Well, the pandemic has no doubt challenged us in many ways and tested our patients and endurance. There is a silver lining. It has created new opportunities for us to serve in unexpected ways and to learn an innovate. It really takes me back to our story Mayo Clinic came to life from a crisis in Rochester and has become a global leader in healthcare from decades of continuous learning and innovation. So today, we'd like to welcome Dr Jeffrey, Johnson an anesthesiologist in critical care in both Lacrosse in. Rochester. Dr Johnson had a really unique opportunity to care for covert patients in New York in the height really of the pandemic. Actor Johnson thank you so much for joining us. Today. We're excited to hear how the Cova crisis became an opportunity for you to help others and also to bring back learnings to Mayo Clinic. Well. Thank you for having me. I appreciate the opportunity to discuss my time in New, York the care of these patients during the pandemic. Definitely was a experience of a lifetime really changed my approach to looking at life in general, truly an eye opening opportunity and I'm looking forward to sharing what I learned during my time there. Texture Johnson, how did that opportunity come about and why did you decide to go? So. You know I have a clinical obligation as well as administrative one and like many of us on this in this call, we're very busy during the early phase of the spring planning for the pandemic in South West Scott's and And so during that time, I've been getting emails from colleagues around the world Italy France discussing what they're experiencing as ice you doctors. They were pretty impressive and so I was seeing those society of crew care medicine early on during the pandemic actually was sending out emails intensiveness asking to come to New York if they're able to go. But clearly during all our planning things, I couldn't make that trip but still wait on the fortunately though you know as it worked out, we hit a lull. We were prepared as much as we could be. So responded to that inquiry after getting support from my local leaders and across. Rochester. And how long from when you decided until you left for New York Think. It was about two weeks when I was another colleague of mine who actually was doing the same thing I didn't know it at the time, but he was already working through the process to get support from high leadership in the organization and so by the time we got approval and by the time I was in Europe is just about two weeks. That, you're Jensen I can't even imagine what it was like to walk into that environment on your first day in New York. Share with us. Some of your very first observations were about the situation. Even, my observations before New, York made an impression on me. You know part of the process this aside of critical care medicine worked it out that they united. Airlines was flying volunteers offer free and so. connected to Rochester Ando hair and all of us for most of them have been hair during normal busy normal times and what struck me as I got off the plane waiting for my connection to New York was the quiet. The hallways were empty. The only people you saw were usually employees related to the airport you look out on the tarmac. Planes lined up in formation that clearly indicated they were. Shut down and not going to be used for any period of time. And then when I flew into New York it was much the same having been in New York, a few other times before really impressed me with again the quiet the lack of people there was no congregating in the park areas really what made in pressure with me my distance from the airport I landed at into the hotel I was staying was about twenty miles and it actually took us about twenty minutes. I can't think of the last time as a New York where that timeline fit distance. So it was pretty surreal to fly into a city that's known for being busy twenty four hours and seeing how quiet it was. and so New York itself as a group or as the city was quiet but and then I made it to the hospital the next day and had different observation deck to new the word quiet, which to me is sort of a calming word. But I suspect that the impression we should associate with that word is more eerie. A good description it really was. It was eerie hang. BEEN IN NEW YORK. was completely different than what I remember. There was an anxiety in the city sense it the Uber driver I interact with you know he was very tense They actually created a plastic barrier between the front seat in the backseat of his private vehicle using duct tape and Saran wrap. And then obviously everybody was wearing Maso. Yeah. The quiet really wasn't required.

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They Call Us Sujata Day

They Call Us Bruce

05:32 min | 3 weeks ago

They Call Us Sujata Day

"Hello and welcome to another edition of they call Bruce An unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America I'm Phil You Jeff Yang, and we have a fantastic guests this episode somebody who wanted to have on for a while somebody loves and whose work Meyer and that is Giada Day. Actor filmmaker and the creator of a new film definition please which were incredibly excited to be talking about now Sujata welcome to the episode. Thank you for having me. Welcome. It's a power to Sunday night party. Suggest a day. You get that all the time. Oh yes. Nothing. Nothing like being agent and you know leaning into the name things because we get that. But SUJATA. Again, we have kind of all known each other ish like we've been in the same circles for a while and obviously been admirers of the stuff even doing since way back you know awkward black girl and of course you're working insecure. But this is a new thing right? Like a feature film and it's a feature film that seems. Very much rooted in your reality if you will. Since you wrote it and directed it and are starring in it. Yeah I Have you know done? Awkward Black Run I was on insecure and? Watching East race journey from the very beginning of you know s meeting on twitter and then going to her dad's doctor's office in Inglewood to shoot a twenty minute. Seen me walking out of there being like what the heck did. I get myself into. And watching her put awkward black girl on her credit cards and then US getting picked up by Ferrall for the second season and then HBO for insecure and. That entire journey alongside ISA. was such a huge learning experience for me which. All, culminated in the creation of definition please and me having the confidence to write the script and produce it and directed and starring it is all. Just snow grateful to have been part of ISA's. Happen in that gave me the confidence to embark on my own feature film and just get right into it and do it and. So I'm just so thankful that people are watching it now and enjoying it and. Sending me responses to the trailer and the film if they're watching it festivals. And it's just been really exciting to watch and. Also the it's not an autobiographical film, but it is really personal to me like all of my projects I start from a real place. So it'll be like a real person or a real situation that I was in, and then I will fictional is it from there so for example, this script started with me winning my spelling bee in fourth grade I don't know if you guys have been in spelling bees. Not Personally I I'm actually quite a good speller. Ford is worth. Much better that than like mass, for instance. But I've never competed and I'm sure you would crush me even at your fourth grade level. No I don't think you know what it's. It's probably because you were you always an avid reader. I was I was A. Kid, who kind of snuck books? Under the covers at night right and stayed up reading. Yeah. Yeah. Me Too and and I never trained for spelling bees and my parents never pushed me to do. I don't even think they were aware that spelling bees were a thing and in my tiny class of ten people in Fourth Grade One my spelling the which you know when you win out of ten people at doesn't feel like a huge win. But but it felt like a big deal everyone was proud. My teachers were proud of me. Mrs Lewis you know she took me to regionals. and. Once I went to regionals. It was just a whole other experience because there was a huge stage and it wasn't in the cafeteria anymore and there was a microphone and there was an audience and I think I got really nervous and I went out. On the first round and I misspelled radish. And I spelled it with two DS instead of one, and then I came down and Mrs Lewis Hugged me and I could tell that she knew that I was I was nervous and disappointed in myself but she was so comforting and I went back to my school and my friends just started. Me and making. Because I missed our such easy easy word. And and you know what I accepted the you know I accepted the bowling for that because I was like you know what? It wasn't easy word and and I should've gone out on a hard word.

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Really Slow (MM #3473)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Really Slow (MM #3473)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I've noticed lately that our internet seems to be really slow now. It's a relative term of course because really slow is not be true. I started back on the internet when you'd literally open up a web site and then go walk away for twenty minutes waiting it to upload the pictures now thanks to high-speed internet. It's not the same. It's not really slow. But it is you want it to be in ten years now, and now that we have the technology it should be instantaneous. But of course, it's not now. The reason our Internet is slow has a lot to do with well the fact that both my wife and I are working now on the internet at home and during the day I didn't have to worry about my wife when she was working from the office. She's on the internet all time. It's what she does for a living. She's got constant teams calls and zoom calls things like that takes up bandwidth and therefore the bandwidth I was using all for myself before is now being shared amongst two or three computers. I just wage number back twenty twenty-five years ago when the internet really was slowed when the internet first started out and I'll spoiled we've gotten yes. I realized we've come to expect things that are instantaneous, but every now and then I have to pause whether I want to or not dead.

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Episode 20: We Are Better Together - Be A Curator

Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

00:58 sec | Last month

Episode 20: We Are Better Together - Be A Curator

"You are not a consumer you not create your curator for the care of what your students have families need I think that's a I. It's a mindset shift it it's a role realignment and really an identity remembrance because what happens is at least some conversations that I had was administers is they'll spend eight ten twelve hours on a twenty minute piece of sermon or maybe even like Youtube content, and that's for a fulltime minister. If a fourth of your week is twenty minutes of talk you missing out. Truly, I think you're missing out on the ways in which you can invest in the leaders, students and families of your church like if you are spending and that's where I think we talk lot with our ministry community a booster like like knowing how your time is spent time as an investment, right? Like like money is a resource time as a resource and it you're spending all this time on a very small sliver of time you have with your students I. Think we've got a readjust kind of recalibrate

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Escaping monogamy

Ladies, We Need To Talk

04:59 min | Last month

Escaping monogamy

"Women are more sexually liberated than we've ever been, but in spite of. Work, nece. The majority of his still believe in monogamy monogamy means the search is over. You'll here now arrived where it's safe, secure and familiar. But if we admit it, it can also get kind of well. Being polite, he bit kind of repetitive. After you find someone, you think he's Jesus settle down with its completely assumed that your in monogamous relationship. And that presumption isn't just coming from society it's coming from you. According to the Australian Study of Health and relationships ninety six percent Australians expect monogamy from themselves and their partner. But what if instead of one pot now one bed and one stupid advice to look at every morning it's two, three, four I don't know maybe five stupid faces. We're exclusive to each other people might say like, why did you bother game? Then sometimes I do think that myself. This is Khloe she's in her thirties been married for three years and with the same partner for ten. They're still working out the rules of the Pali Game. We talked about threesomes, but it never happened because like how'd you engineer that like neither of US wanted to go on the APPs because it was it would just be embarrassing like all. What if someone that we know US knows that we have sex. And then earlier this year basically all started I developed this huge crush on a friend. And it was actually really stressful. Because I was terrified that it kind of meant that I didn't love my husband anymore and maybe I wasn't supposed to be with my husband and maybe are supposed to be with this guy and my partner knew about this told them from the very beginning like, Oh, I'm having these squishy feeling. So this guy and I was very honest about all of it, but then the more intense feelings. The more stressful. It became because like I said I was worried. That it meant that I needed to get a divorce. I'm been in therapy for a long time and I remember me telling the therapist, all of this and her being like I'm just going to tell you something all of these feelings your feelings have got nothing to do with your relationship with your husband. It's all on you and I was like say. It. Just needed to say that because I was so scared and I think talking about that with other women like we all get crushes and it doesn't mean that you've made the wrong decision. So, yeah. That didn't go anywhere but then old friend of mine called me around my birthday happy birthday. Then a couple of days later he text me and invited me over to his place and I showed my husband this text and I was like isn't it with like we don't see each other often I've never been to his house before yet he's inviting me over. Do you think is like trying to sleep with me and my partner was like Nah sounds like he wants to hang out and have a few drinks and I said Okay Should I continue with this story? This is where interesting. So I went to this guy's house. So I, my PJ's I really didn't think that he wanted to have sex with me. And we sat up and we were talking for ages and we're watching telly and he just suddenly turned. Hey. So I can't get Netflix on this. TV. In the lounge room but I can get it on my laptop. This question like watch TV in bed together is that too weird and I was like, oh no, that's fine. So we lay down in bed and I was like as far away as I could possibly get from him on the other side of the bed and we sat there and we watched about twenty minutes of Queer Eye. And he was like, can I just I just? Can you come a bit closer? If. That's a good idea and he was like why and I was like because I think if we touch than, we might have sex and he was like, would that be? And then weakest, and then we had sex. And it was very intense like that was the first time I'd had sex anyone side from my partner. In ten years. It was intense. What about your husband does he had any? Yeah. He doesn't tell me unless I ask I think because he knows that it it makes me feel icky by also know that that aching. US. Get smaller with time like when I first found out, they had slept with someone. I, was on a train. Carriage on a drain. And he text me Tomiichi I. Yelled like what the fuck? Everyone in the. ME. And I couldn't I kind of couldn't stop laughing because I was so shocked. I mean he's a sexy man. Obviously I, love him I married him but it was just so weird to thing that he actually likes let with someone else. And it felt horrible. And I got off the train and he met me and I just. I I couldn't stop laughing. So. Like I moved through their emotions pretty quickly obviously shock I. But then it was funny and then it felt a bit gross. Then it was kind of sexy which I didn't see coming at all.

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PS5 Pre-Orders at Walmart Are Acting a Little Strange

Game Scoop!

04:41 min | Last month

PS5 Pre-Orders at Walmart Are Acting a Little Strange

"Biggest news of the week, of course. Everything that's Sony. announced. Yesterday, we finally have price released eight, and then a priori sort of clumsily with live last night and cause mass hysteria nationwide. Playstation five is out November twelfth two days after xbox series. The full version is five hundred dollars. Digital version is four hundred dollars I believe we all got our preorder secured I got a disk version from Amazon. Reason being because I have to play on my special edition Blu rays. Where did everyone else? I know Sam got one from like real need. You got one from Walmart. Target best buy and game stops. Yeah. We we have to kind of outsource extra steps because we capture a lot of game play at work and stuff like that, and so we just need extra systems around. So we we usually do a little bulk order like that, but it'd get a bunch of The digital ones are really hard to get and I think the will want them to. We ran a poll today that said about a thirty percent of people still haven't got the system they wanted to order and a, and a bunch of those people said that they wanted to digital one I thought that was pretty cool but we suspect there's very few out there just. Yeah, the. Data shows us that there's about one percent as many digital editions as there are. One, present. Crazy crazy. This is only based off. We can only see like people that clicked on it and deals links and then bought one, and so there's it's possible that none of our readers in particular with the digital edition. But I, don't think that's the case because because they also they also that in like twenty minutes. So it's this mad rush to appear to the consoles them and the dust had settled. We had sold one hundred times more disk consoles, and so I think that Sony is just making like beyond few of them and this is just my speculation. But like I bet the story is going to emerge as the weeks go on digital edition is like very scarce not very common. The only thing we officially know is that they mentioned or Jim Ryan mentioned in an interview that they were producing more for launch, the PS five, and then they did for the PS four I think that was in response to there was a rumor out there that there would be fewer than there were for the PS four or that there would be production issues. So I think they were trying to just kind of. Pr Their way out of that one. But even even before that Bloomberg report this week Sony itself you know launched its mysterious own direct Priori Program said that orders we're going to be very scarce. People are assuming it's going to be hard to find, and if people are following that, that's still the. Emails about that direct purchase from Sony still like we've Kinda grand through all the retailers that could even have prayers although Justin just got a scoop that targets is put up some more preorder issues now maybe. Somehow watching the show live. Yeah the priorities are such a mess and Sony Sony said like and pre orders open tomorrow, and then Walmart said, no, no preorder is open right now. After Walmart did that then the domino's started to fall a target came online and best buy came online and best buy site. Now, twenty four hours later is still wrecked still can't go to best buy DOT COM like Some of this is some of this is Sony's fault in my opinion for not being more organized and buttoned up on Mike. Here's the date and time for preorder is like everyone just relax. But some of this, also like interest in hype for the PS five is unprecedented like I never seen a console that like as had more prelaunch hype and interest than than the PS five. So I think somebody's retailer websites in downtime and stuff would have happened. No matter what. That's usually the way things go and I'm very curious. What is it for for the xbox series xbox series asked they're going up on September twenty second I believe in the daily gave a time eight am. Did they finally reveal the time Today let's get I. Don't know I. Don't know why at the end of their show yesterday couldn't have said you know good live tomorrow at ten. Right because everybody would have north them well, maybe. Maybe that maybe Walmart so pissed off that they're selling a digital console that they are not going to be able to sell more games for the navy. Editors there. So supply constrained like they're gonNA THEY'RE GONNA sell out in a few minutes. So why like what? What's the jockeying till? I go I like. We want people to ordering from us not our archrival target. It's not like you're going to sell every single PS five you get your hands on. So why make it this big fire drill?

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PlayStation 5 launches in November, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive

Game Scoop!

02:06 min | Last month

PlayStation 5 launches in November, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive

"Playstation five is out November twelfth two days after xbox series. The full version is five hundred dollars. Digital version is four hundred dollars I believe we all got our preorder secured I got a disk version from Amazon. Reason being because I have to play on my special edition Blu rays. Where did everyone else? I know Sam got one from like real need. You got one from Walmart. Target best buy and game stops. Yeah. We we have to kind of outsource extra steps because we capture a lot of game play at work and stuff like that, and so we just need extra systems around. So we we usually do a little bulk order like that, but it'd get a bunch of The digital ones are really hard to get and I think the will want them to. We ran a poll today that said about a thirty percent of people still haven't got the system they wanted to order and a, and a bunch of those people said that they wanted to digital one I thought that was pretty cool but we suspect there's very few out there just. Yeah, the. Data shows us that there's about one percent as many digital editions as there are. One, present. Crazy crazy. This is only based off. We can only see like people that clicked on it and deals links and then bought one, and so there's it's possible that none of our readers in particular with the digital edition. But I, don't think that's the case because because they also they also that in like twenty minutes. So it's this mad rush to appear to the consoles them and the dust had settled. We had sold one hundred times more disk consoles, and so I think that Sony is just making like beyond few of them and this is just my speculation. But like I bet the story is going to emerge as the weeks go on digital edition is like very scarce not very common. The only thing we officially know is that they mentioned or Jim Ryan mentioned in an interview that they were producing more for launch, the PS five, and then they did for the PS four I think that was in response to there was a rumor out there that there would be fewer than there were for the PS four or that there would be production issues. So I think they were trying to just kind of. Pr Their way out of that

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PlayStation 5 launches in November, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive

Game Scoop!

02:06 min | Last month

PlayStation 5 launches in November, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive

"Playstation five is out November twelfth two days after xbox series. The full version is five hundred dollars. Digital version is four hundred dollars I believe we all got our preorder secured I got a disk version from Amazon. Reason being because I have to play on my special edition Blu rays. Where did everyone else? I know Sam got one from like real need. You got one from Walmart. Target best buy and game stops. Yeah. We we have to kind of outsource extra steps because we capture a lot of game play at work and stuff like that, and so we just need extra systems around. So we we usually do a little bulk order like that, but it'd get a bunch of The digital ones are really hard to get and I think the will want them to. We ran a poll today that said about a thirty percent of people still haven't got the system they wanted to order and a, and a bunch of those people said that they wanted to digital one I thought that was pretty cool but we suspect there's very few out there just. Yeah, the. Data shows us that there's about one percent as many digital editions as there are. One, present. Crazy crazy. This is only based off. We can only see like people that clicked on it and deals links and then bought one, and so there's it's possible that none of our readers in particular with the digital edition. But I, don't think that's the case because because they also they also that in like twenty minutes. So it's this mad rush to appear to the consoles them and the dust had settled. We had sold one hundred times more disk consoles, and so I think that Sony is just making like beyond few of them and this is just my speculation. But like I bet the story is going to emerge as the weeks go on digital edition is like very scarce not very common. The only thing we officially know is that they mentioned or Jim Ryan mentioned in an interview that they were producing more for launch, the PS five, and then they did for the PS four I think that was in response to there was a rumor out there that there would be fewer than there were for the PS four or that there would be production issues. So I think they were trying to just kind of. Pr Their way out of that

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Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

"The new tally from Johns Hopkins University finds confirmed cases of the coronavirus have topped thirty million worldwide Johns Hopkins researchers say the worldwide counted known Kobe nineteen infections climb to post thirty million on Thursday with more than half of them the just three countries the U. S. India and Brazil the number has increased by ten million in just over a month with global Casey's passing twenty minute on August twelve the U. S. leads the by country count with well over six point five million reported cases followed by India with more than five million I'm Brazil individual numbers could vary as the university's tali sometimes lags behind the country reports Charles did as well London

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Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

"The new tally from Johns Hopkins University finds confirmed cases of the coronavirus have topped thirty million worldwide Johns Hopkins researchers say the worldwide counted known Kobe nineteen infections climb to post thirty million on Thursday with more than half of them the just three countries the U. S. India and Brazil the number has increased by ten million in just over a month with global Casey's passing twenty minute on August twelve the U. S. leads the by country count with well over six point five million reported cases followed by India with more than five million I'm Brazil individual numbers could vary as the university's tali sometimes lags behind the country reports Charles did as well London

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Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts

Curiosity Daily

02:15 min | 8 months ago

Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts

"What's more effective working nonstop for five hours or working in three ninety minute? Intervals spaced out with twenty minute breaks. It might seem like that first option is best if you're one of those workers who skips lunch and doesn't leave your desk until five but according to science you'll be better off taking those breaks. It all comes down to our treaty and rhythms like Circadian Rhythms all trading rhythms referred to a sort of body clock that cycles regularly throughout our lives but while Circadian Rhythms Keep Track of the twenty four hour day night cycle ole trading rhythms role in cycles that last between ninety and one hundred and twenty minutes during that time your brain wave frequencies rise and fall basically after. You spend a longtime concentrating on one task. Your brain needs a break so you get a natural law and concentration every hour and a half to two hours. Studies have found that all sorts of things are affected by these cycles like alertness and especially attention and nineteen ninety-three study by psychologist anders. Eriksson found that. The best violinists all practiced in three ninety minute chunks with breaks in between a nine thousand nine hundred five study found. The people generally maintain their sleep cycles after waking as periodic sleepiness cycles. That's why experts swear by a rest activity cycle that builds breaks into the workday. So now that you know. It's backed by science and actually the more effective choice. It's time to start taking those twenty minute. Breaks try setting a timer for ninety minutes and when the timer goes off you get up. Take a walk grab a snack or maybe even just rest your eyes for a bit. Your brain could use the break. I started doing this. Setting ninety. Minute timer is specially when I work from home because when I work from home. That's what I'm most notorious for rolling out of bed heading over to my desk sitting down at nine. Am and not getting up until like two in the afternoon. Yeah and for people who tend to do that. I think this is a much better fix than some of these other productivity hacks like the Pomodoro technique where you just work twenty five minute chunks. That seems too short for me. I get really immersed and suddenly the time's up and I'm out of it. Yeah a long story short. You need a break. How often you take. It is kind of up to you. But at least once every hour and a half. Or so yeah.

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"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Now, I'm thrilled to handover to fill in co founder and CEO at all turtles. You have now arrived at your destination. So it's such a pleasure to top you gonna show stay for Bryce special round two. So thank you so much for taking the time out to join. This very dull at British shots once more thinks area. Great to talk to you again, I'm excited, but I want to still stay in for those that maybe didn't get a chance to listens around one. Tell me Phil. How did you make your first foray into startups? And now come to found old hustles today. Wow. Well, I think I started my first company when I was in highschool and finding it difficult to hold on job ever since for about twenty five years or so so made in for serious startup in ninety seven and sold a twenty minutes before the first dot com crash and then pull the team together for a second one and then moved over to Evernote co founder and CEO of Evernote for nine years. And then after that and decided I was done with being a CEO and thought I wanted to be VC for the rest of my life. And so it was lucky enough to get a job as managing director general catalyst where I stayed for two years before deciding that investing was actually initially feel like a real job. So needed to go and do it again. And then started all turtles. I mean that is such brilliant on sixteen description of a phenomenal career to subsequent questions to us. You mentioned selling before the crash sack. I'm always having on a C never lived in one three one in a working career. I'm always really intrigued. How did seeing the crash and seeing the boom and bust cycle firsthand. How did that affect how you operate and think about scaling companies kind of made me realize that I didn't really care that much about what what state the market presented any given time. I always kind of sort of suspected it. And it's just reinforced it kind of going through the crash of two thousand and then again, the the crash in two thousand seven two thousand eight kind of always having companies at that time looking either raising money or operating stuff just going to confirm my suspicions that don't really care about what the rest of the market is doing right now you have to be generally aware of it to not make any stupid mistakes. But for the most part a good idea one years. It's still a good idea of where the market is up or down, the sure and the other woman that I have to tell on from the bio that is. Four aims VC with g obviously a phenomenal firm. How did switching signs of the table. Change your praising mentality and constructive really towards building turtles today. It was really very influential. I got a chance to work with some really talented, people got a lot of mentorship. A lot of advice. Probably the most important thing was just the broader pattern matching up until that point. I been in three companies, and maybe advised they're going to talk to a couple of dozen more and been in a few dozens of board meetings in my life. Then in two years at Cadillac and got to see hundreds of companies, hundreds of more dynamics, and so the pattern recognition just became much better. So it's really useful to kind of layer on that the more abstract macro sense of what was going on to actual experience operating. And it was great just seeing all of the mistakes that I had made repeated in so many other founders and CEO's that I talked to it became very clear most as reflection back on what I was doing wrong when I kind of saw other people doing it. So I think that my two year inadvertent vacation in. Venture capital. I think is probably made me a better CEO, then many actual time operating company. I mean, how can I jump on that and tease what were the big mistakes e sore and all this the definitely had yourself. He think can kind of pry versions of fill..

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"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"This is the twenty minute with me. Harry Stubbings at age Stubbings nineteen. Ninety-six with two on Instagram but straightens day because I think this is simply one of the best shows we've ever done. It was such a joy for me. Do the twenty minutes went out of the window to be quite honest. And so with that, I'm so thrilled to welcome fin bonds partner first round capsule, one of the most prestigious unsuccessful early stage funds of the last decade with a portfolio including the lice of Uber square Worby Parker hotel tonight, goats, patient ping atrium and many, many more incredible companies as thin. In his own words. He learned the business of startups helping grow and one from fifteen million dollars to two hundred and twenty five million dollars in revenue as creative director for footwear and started his own fitness video game company producing yourself fitness, the first game of its kind for XBox PlayStation two. While he also built partnerships with the likes of Proctor and gamble, and McDonald's and Finarsih writes the most fantastic blog sneaker had VC. That really is a must read for me always. And I do say he signed to finish partners, Josh Koppelman Bill trend should roll pays, hey. Born for the fantastic questions provided stay. I really do appreciate that. But before we welcome into the whole seats day, we mentioned some incredible companies in the of that, and I want to spend a minute talk Bracks the first corporate card for startups Sprague's found his enery Kim Pedro Bill to payments, business in Brazil, but found themselves rejected for a corporate call it when they're in Wycombe beta. They decided to build Brax with instant online sign up, no founded liability required, unlimited ten to twenty times higher than standing cod's pretty incredible. I know. And you can sign up for Bryce today and get fees waived by entering the codes..

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"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Them. How do you think about decentralized teams from ineffectiveness in a massive perspective? Yeah, I generally think decentralized teams won't work. I think in the very, very early days of any platform they can work and it's because there is not that much competition and a lot of we need to build out his infrastructure and you have a small number of engineers they can communicate with each other to get those things done over time. What happens is you get more and more sophisticated operators, you have a more and more complex projects that require more and more integration and communication. And so I think you see a recentralization of teams, and so there's no substitute for fifteen or twenty or thirty people physically being in same space. Face all the time. If I sort of play that forward a little bit, even more, I think potentially contrarian view here. Even more is that I think this will actually recentralize back in Silicon Valley. And the reason is that at a certain scale, what's it going from three people to twenty five people, two hundred people to five hundred people. Once you start hitting real global scale on these things, how you go about building accompanying how you go about building an organization. Let's say organization because some of these things may not even be companies how you thinking about building organizations that are affected and can scale and have global impact is tribal knowledge and tribal knowledge really sits in the heads of the people who've done it before and the vast majority of those people are in Silicon Valley. And so I don't think it's an accident that if you look back at the last thirty years, you know with PC's software internet one, oh, social share economy, transportation as a service. And now self-driving that all of those ways have their epicenter in Silicon Valley. Of course, there are some some notable exceptions like Amazon, but buying large that centralization as happened repeatedly in Silicon Valley. And I think it's because this tribal knowledge of how you build organizations that can scale. Isn't the heads of a lot of people here. So what I would expect will happen is actually over time crypto companies will actually recentralize in large part to Silicon Valley. In terms of practicalities, obviously, a lot of these, the decentralization, engineering wise is g to coast and just an inability to scale at coast numbers wise. How do you think about the practical side of affordably scaling engineering teams and how that kind of loosen other mulcahy's? Yeah, it's, it's a great question. I think in general, the bay area is much more expensive than most of the rest of the world, but your best engineers are ordering magnitude more effective than your average engineer. And so very small number of people who can start these things off and then build teams around them. We'll still agree that value. I think a lot of those juniors are still here, and so as long as you can get five to ten of those really, really good people in one place, even if you have to pay them twenty five percent or fifty percent more. Let's say often it's worth the cost. And so I think that pattern will play out until the cost of having those engineers is commensurate with the value that they create. And so if engine in the bay area cost literally five to ten x more than they do in Berlin. Let's say, I think you'll continue to see that happen. Hopefully doesn't get to that. Hopefully we're able to address these issues, but I think we actually have some runway to go put another way. I think there are these network effects in Silicon Valley that will keep people here will make them significantly more effective and network affects take long longtime to degrade. You look at companies like EBay or pay pal. I mean, they actually just get stronger and stronger over time, but it's pretty amazing to look at home net with sex work, and they're real network affects in Silicon Valley that will keep pulling people in that doesn't mean it lasts forever, but I think we're not eating reclose actually, this thing collapsing, I mean, I'm having so much on. I'm just like a twenty minute VC with absolute slight. This terrible main clearly, but I do have into the far around. So as I say statement, and then you give me your immediate, how does that sound? Okay..

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The Twenty Minute VC

03:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Buy gross and finding brands and entrepreneurs, and businesses, and teams that are doing exciting things that may make sense within a large organization. And then you know, I think deserted kind of happened, but I think that the final views. View of any business. That's a product business is going to be that it is a retail brand or a retail business that it is technically not a tech business that happens to sell product, and you may be able to use data to be more thoughtful about your decision making processes. You may have a better read on reoccurring revenue because it got a real sense of who that consumer is. And as a result of that, these companies may trade at higher multiples than legacy retail companies do, but they probably won't trade tech multiple. So probably trade somewhere in between. And I think we're probably eighty percent of the way there in terms of people learning that and realizing that. And I think once that happens, we lose a little bit of the froth and we can sort of get back to simply building grade exciting meaningful businesses and brands for the next ten twenty thirty fifty one hundred years. I have to say they absolutely this, which may me route the day. I who the twenty minute VC, but I do want to move into the final. Element being the quickfire rounds. So I say she'll statement and then you give me your media policy see seconds, pel one all you strapped in? Yes, I'm strapped in ready. So the favourite Bookham whining to kill Mockingbird. It's obviously a classic American tale of growing up in his of the beautiful story. But I think the reason why I love that book in particular is because just about everybody's read it just about everybody remembers when they read it and just about everybody has read it again. And so it's it's an interesting story that I think everybody has multiple attachments to throughout their lights, and it's a fascinating way of sort of learning about someone what they think and who they are. Alleys, Townsend says from light speed that we're seeing the replant foaming of retail. Well, she would take him this in the future of retail specifically. I mean, we're definitely seeing a world that's dominated by Amazon. I think that's for sure, or definitely seen a consumer funnel of ice start on Amazon for just. Every purchase that I make, and I don't think that's going to change. So that either means that we need to build needing full businesses that stand apart from that, or we need to build businesses that are leveraging and growing off Amazon and the right kind of way and Cobley combination of both of them. So I think if replant forming means a world that is dominated by Amazon, but where there is still opportunities for brands and businesses to grow off their own channels off physical channels off online channels off other third party wholesale in partnership channels. If that's a read platforming of legacy industry than, yeah, I do think we're probably going through one. You mentioned diamonds in that custom green settlements show. Amazon does motivate the milk than destroy it. Would you agree with that? Yeah, I think so. For me, what's most interesting about Amazon is how efficient it's made us. I would say there are a lot of products that I buy from my home on repeat that. I have no problem buying on Amazon. John, and I think in a way it gives you greater ability of time. I go on Amazon and buy a toothbrush and the toothpaste, and all the household items that I may need that I don't have a huge emotional attachment to, although there, I'm sure lots of people but have an emotional attachment, their toothbrushes well, and that availability of time gives me an opportunity to visit the glossy showroom. That gives me an opportunity to bend a little bit more time on holiday. It.

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The Twenty Minute VC

03:15 min | 2 years ago

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"But since I left, I've just increasingly taking bold risks and I've had a lot of mega face plants and the resiliency that you develop the skin sort of wartime mentality that drives has made me interested in taking bigger and bigger risks and bolder and bolder beds. One of my favorite. How do you deal with the fine moments for me, I lean on, you know, my wife was li- like therapists support. I think it's hard. It's not. It never gets easier highs. Heiser high. The lows are low, but I've had some really big tough ones like Doppler labs, not working out company, which we raise a lot of money. We developed really incredible IP and product. We were super proud of, you know, we thought that that thing was going to be one of the biggest companies in and we had acquirer interest levels that, you know, I never thought I would see in any my companies and it didn't work out in the end. And so really, I think what made me able to go through that experience was that I had had enough experiences like it before or even small failures in current society. There's so much pressure be successful in school and go to college and get the job and then get the right promotion. I think it's interesting about this industry is you almost have to have failures and face plans to to be successful. It's almost a prerequisite something to be celebrated and Lonzo well-executed failure, and you learn from it and. If you have the right investors who are understanding and combat on your next one, you know, I see it as progress instead of cows with so many facets of you'll career. I'm kind of activities. What would you let your legacy to be? I don't really think too much about my legacy. I think about it as I'm very internally motivated. I wanna leave it all on the field. And when I die, I want to say that I came close to reaching and cheating my potential for impact on the world and interesting which were rooting work and interesting, rich awarding social and family lives as I can. I think legacy that's dangerous thing to to get obsessed with. That's probably why I'll never be Jeff Bezos or someone someone like that. You know, Bill Gates who's literally cured a few diseases, you know, with his wife on their own. I'm not as driven by that as I am sort of the personal challenges. I've got some towns like to make sure that I, I leave it all on the field now enough that, but I wanna finish on the next five years for you on the siting roadmap have with cross poss. Yeah, I'm having the time of my life scaling this business. Get to wake up every morning, thinking about how to motivate people to become healthier and happier more inspired version of themselves and spend. As much if not more of your time of your, you're conscious hours in my working than you do even with your own family. In those two things are probably would determine whether you're happy or not in your life. And so I just feel really lucky that I've kind of stumbled into meeting pile getting involved in this company and then being chance to lead it, and I'm really having the time life. So I'm hopeful that this is my last job and then I can do it for a really long time and turn it into an economic engine that will just allow me to continue to place more interesting bets on making people healthier and happier, and hopefully make a little bit of money on the side, continued angel invest and help other entrepreneurs. Well, I mean, I have to keep because you'll the reason I go to Pelosi's mice phoning, so she signed he about, but as I said, I've had so many great things from Charlie, so for so long. So it really has been such a pleasure having you on stay fresh to thanks. And I have set really well such a huge pleasure top for it. So I'm gonna show such a big mar of his incredible career and you can find him on Twitter at for honesty, line coins, we'd love see you, hey, behind the scenes, the twenty minute BBC..

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

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"I do just want to abbott don really as one of those truly special people in the co system he's been so kind and supportive to me and i really cannot find him enough of that and if you'd like to see more from don which you really must you can find him on twitter at de shine nasty shine 'em likewise we'd love to see behind the scenes here at the twenty minute vc you can find on instagram at age stabbings nineteen ninetysix with two bs it'd be great cu that but before we leave each day brown's announced owning too small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for false turnarounds while maintaining or improving the quality of the video platform addresses directly it's now simple for brands agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that project smith medium is already working with some of the biggest forward thinking companies to save time i'm cost by in comparison of the global network curated creative talent with a global network that wellplaced to continue to sponsor take on the world's coltan damant produces a mockus making for the best creative lives can get the shortlist of idioms account manages in hours tailored to that project needs needs to submit a brief today we'll check out in the of video dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the twenty minute vc also comes from one the capsule the easiest way to invest in largescale solar energy projects across the us with one you can earn up to seven and a half percent annually while helping to finance renewable energy projects and you can get stuff at one the capsule joel come forward slash twenty minute vc all in lashes one the casual where impacted investing meets capitalism as i appreciate what your support and i can't wait to bring you friday's episode with adrian found on c at forward.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Paul to the twenty minute bc this week and it's founders friday with me harry stabbings and you can find me on instagram at h dubbing is nineteen ninetysix with tb's i would love to see that where you can ask questions for future guess even suggest future guests for the show but to the showed stay and we welcome in incredible serial entrepreneur in the form of system book founder and ceo at honor the startup that provides care your family will love to date seth has raised over sixty million dollars in funding with on from the lights of thrive capsule andriessen horrors homebrew on abc just to name a few i'm proud to honor seth was the co founder and ceo of me bo a web communications platform bind by the likes of sequoia khosla and true ventures and me by reach fifty million dollars in revenue and close to hof of the us internet population before being quite by google for one hundred million dollars in two thousand and twelve google says served as a product derived on the google plus platform google axe and cecil so an incredible angel investor with a book furlan including the likes of fit bit and gusto to name a few i do say huge heat to schamlen mar zone for the injured set today without which is absolutely would not have been possible we really do appreciate that shan but before episodes day brown's announce hunting too small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for foster turnarounds while maintaining or improving the quality the medium platform addresses donte irately now simple for brands agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that projects medium is already working with some of the biggest forward thinking companies to save time and cost by an iron comparison of the global network security creative talent with the global network that well placed to continue to expand take on the welds content amount produces a mockus looking for the best creatives can get the shortlist from videos account manages in hours tailored to that project needs and we need to submit a brief today we'll check out the platform my video dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the twenty minute vc also comes from one the capsule the easiest way to invest in largescale solar energy.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"And i won't say again a huge sign huge boris giving states come on the show more exciting times ahead for him and angela with version one with the new investing thesis and you can find out more on twitter by following bars at beaver likewise we'd love see you behind the scenes here the twenty minute vc you can find me on instagram at h dubbing 's nineteen ninetysix it'd be great cu that but before we leave each day brands announced owning too small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for false turnarounds while maintaining or improving the quality the moon videon platform addresses dante rightly now simple for brands and agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that projects medium is already working with some of the biggest forward thinking companies to save time i'm cost in comparison of the global network security to creative talent with a global network that wellplaced to continue to sponsor take on the world's coltan damone produces a mockus looking for the best creatives can get the shortlist of idioms account manages in alice tailored to that project needs we need to submit a brief today we'll check out the platform of idiom dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the twenty minute vc also comes from one to capsule the easiest way to invest in laws scale solar energy projects across the us with one you can earn up to seven and a half percent annually while helping to finance renewable energy projects and you can get started at one the capsule dot com for slash twenty minute vc all in lapses one the capsule where imprint investing meets capitalism as always we sir appreciate your support and kennel wait to bring you found us friday.

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The Twenty Minute VC

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"I'm not quite sure why i always thought with this is the twenty minute nbc highly if he clicks on the show you knew that this was what you would clicking but regardless welcome to the twenty minute vc with me harry stabbings and you can see more for me and behind the scenes on instagram at h dubbing nine hundred ninety six with two and speaking of instagram so many of you have message me that saying you'd like to cover more crypto so naturally i listen to you and i'm thrilled to crypto focus show stay with a friend and second time into the show in the form of boris verts founding partner had version one one of north america's leading early stage funds with a portfolio including the lice of previous guests coin based angel list schipol top hat polly chain capsule and many more incredible companies also boris boris was the c o a books where he led a team of seventy people until the acquisition in two thousand eight by amazon in addition to this force zoo so aboard partner with andreessen horowitz and it's the lead independent director at ethan capsule a toronto based technology company aiming to become the central hub for the theory of ecosystem mmhmm but before episodes day browns and now turning to small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for foster turnarounds while maintaining or improving the quality the moon videon platform addresses not directly it's now simple for brands and agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that projects medium is already working with some of the biggest forward thinking companies to save time and cost by an iron comparison of the global network security creative talent with the global network that wellplaced to continue to sponsor take on the world's coltan demont produces a mockus looking for the best creatives can get shortlist from videogames account managers in alice tailored to that project needs and we need to submit a brief today we'll check out the platform meridian dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the twenty minute vc also comes from one capsule the easiest way to invest in largescale solar energy projects across the us with one you can earn up to seven and a half percent annually while helping to finance renewable energy projects and you can get stops at one the capsule dot com.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Thanks i really love talking to you i have to say it was so special top jerry on the show you that and as i said reaction wheel in that it's one of the best blogs on the venture capital industry jerry one of the deepest thing is that i've advocaat across he's been incredibly kind and helpful to me and i so appreciate his friendship so thank you so much for that jerry but before we leave each day bronze announce hunting small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for false tun around while maintaining or improving the quality the medium platform addresses dante rightly his now simple for brands agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that projects medium is already working with some of the biggest ford thinking companies to save time i'm coast plan are in comparison of the global network curates creative talent with a global network that well placed to continue to sponsor take on the world's coltan damone produces a most is looking for the best creatives can get a shortlist from victims account manages alice tailored to that projects needs and we need to submit a brief today we'll check out in the platform dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the twenty minute vc also comes from one to capsule the easiest way to invest in laws scale solar energy projects across the us with one you can earn up to seven and a half percent annually while helping to finance renewable energy projects and you can get stops at one the capsule dot com forward slash twenty minute vc in lashes one the capsule where impact investing meets capitalism as always i so appreciate oriole support and i cannot wait to bring you an incredible episode on friday with jesse janet at leumi.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Welcome back to another week in the world of the twenty minutes with me harry stubbings not love see you on instagram at h dubbing nine hundred ninety six for all things behind the scenes from us and a place where you can submit questions and guests for future episodes i'd love to see that but to the show today and i know we always do a very formal introduction but not today today's guest is not only a good friend but also in my is one of the industry's deepest thinkers on the tree mechanics of investing and managing a successful portfolio his writing on reaction wheel dot com has and continues to teach me with every piece and you really must check that out so i'm very thrilled to welcome jerry neiman into the whole seats day now jerry is one of new york's leading angel investors with a portfolio including the license the trade desk which appeared in two thousand sixteen data dog and flurry which was acquired by your who just to name a few to angel investor jerry was managing dr archer senator investments and before jerry built the first open market for the pricing and exchange of real time consuming data in the form of route marcus jerry's have been the managing director at omni combs vanish capsule division where he enjoyed an incredible five ipo's from the portfolio i do say huge thank you to my partner in front fred desktop for the insurance jerry stay i really do so appreciate that fred but before episodes day brown's announce hunting too small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for foster turnarounds while maintaining or improving the quality moon videon platform addresses not directly it's now simple for brands and agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that projects medium is already working with some of the biggest forward thinking companies to save time and cost by an iron comparison of the global network curated creative talent with a global network that wellplaced to continue to sponsor take on the world's content demont produces a mockus looking for the best creatives can get the shortlist from videos account managers in ours tailored to that project needs and we need to submit a brief today we'll check out the platform my video dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"My pleasure thank you so much for having me on show what an incredible guests have on the show and what can i say i'm sold on the very exciting times ahead for the opportunities in the midwest and if you'd like to see more from chris you can follow him on twitter at chris olsen not really is a must likewise we'd love see behind the scenes here at the twenty minute bbc you can find more from us on instagram at eight stubbings nineteen ninetysix it'd be great cu that but before we leave each day on use phones the ring i made a splash when they were on shark tank a few years ago the concept genius if someone rings you a dual belt and you won't home to come to the door you can respond to the person using just your smartphone adding a level of both security on convenience today over million people using the ring video doorbell to help protect homes and now bring has a great new product coup brin floodlight cam just like rings amazing doorbell front light cameras emotion on today to camera in front alight with hd video and two way audio unless you know the moment anyone steps onto your property and you can see i'm speed to vincent's even set off a built in a long right from your phone so to me spending my life in this gd i have my ring at home and you can instruct deliveries check security and just feel much more comfortable for me from the studio simply put with ring you're always home and now is a listener you can save up to one hundred and fifty dollars off a ring security kids when you go to ring dot com slash twenty thousand ring dot com slash to'serve e c and speaking of providing security and comfort that's what happens when you work with a firm like kuni kuti is a global law on builds around supporting startups on the.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Wonderful thank you so much harry well if you're as slices i am for the future for five then you can see more from al on twitter by following him on at zone saudi zahi with love see behind the scenes the twenty minute bbc you can find this on instagram at h dubbing nineteen ninetysix with two bs it'd be great seed that but before we leave each day on use the ring i made a splash when they were on shark tank a few years ago the concept genius if someone rings you a dual belt and you won't home don't wanna come to the door you can respond to the person using just your smartphone adding a level of both security on convenience today over million people using the ring video doorbell to help protect homes amount bring has a great new product co brin floodlight cam just like rings amazing doorbell from light cameras emotion activated camera in front alight with hd video and two way audio unless you know the moment anyone steps onto you appropriate and you can see i'm speaking to vincent's even set off a built in a long right from your phone so for me spending my life in this judy i have my ring at home and you can deliveries check security and just feel much more comfortable for me from the studio simply put with ring always at home and now is a listener you can save up to one hundred and fifty dollars off a ring security kids when you go to ring dot com slash twenty thousand ring dot com slash to'serve e c and speaking of providing security and comfort that's what happens when he what with the phone like kuni kuti is global north on builds around supporting startups on the venture capital funds the fund them now we've spoken before about that foaming the first venture fund in silicon vanni and forming movies funds than any other law firm in the world who also represents more than six thousand high grades startups across the globe through the full company life cycle that the number one fund for visa but axis both emanate.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Hello moe combined to the twenty minute bbc with me harry stabbings and i'd love to see you on instagram at h dubbing nineteen nine hundred ninety six with two bs where you can message me and it'd be great to your thoughts and feedback on the show as for the show we've done fiji weeks before with certain funds on different locations and embrace like the matic feature this week on the theme of marketplaces so joining us in the hot seat stay from the perspective is a man with more marketplace unicorns than i've done twenty episodes and then on friday we'll be joined by markers zappa coster found out unicol marketplace thumb tack but to the show stay and i'm thrilled to welcome pool sal founding partner to canvas ventures one of silicon valley's leading a new entrance to the series as seen at canvas pools made investments in the likes of ever wise flocks labs roof stock thrive global transfixed and zola before founding canvas pours apartment at eight where he led an early stage investment in house as well as having the privilege of helping eight companies go public on the new york stock exchange or nasdaq and seventeen companies with successful axis during his ten year tenure with the firm i'm prior to see who was an entrepreneur and the founding of mizzou networks a pioneer in network security that was acquired by riverbed technologies and i do so on sam massive thank you shanna zola andrew backer canvas for the insurance pool stay without which this absolutely would not have been possible but before we dive into the show stay on new sponsoring i made a splash when they were on shark tank a few years ago the concept genius if someone rings your doorbell and you won't home or don't want to come to the door you can respond to the person using just your smartphone adding a level of both security on convenience today over million people using the ring video doorbell to.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"The last publicly announced investment i got the founder to say yes to me was a company called bland that does software for consumer application like mortgage applications have ever met on nima eugene aaron the cofounders you'd understand how specialty were and and really was easy say yet to them and the struggle is gained them to say yes to me jerry allies that i had so many people recommending you for the show i'm so thrilled that we goes to say thank you so much for joining me stay hey thanks for having me this was a lot of fun what a fantastic guests and i want to say hugh like jerry if that he's done for me in the show and if you'd like to see more from him you can follow him on twitter on jerry shannon as i said at the beginning he must check out his latest piece on risk you can find that on the website the twenty minute vc don't come likewise we'd love see behind the scenes on instagram at h dubbing nineteen ninetysix but before we leave each day on useful to ring i made a splash when they were on shots and a few years ago the concept genius if someone rings you a doorbell and you won't home don't want to come to the dual you can respond to the person using just your smartphone adding a level of both security on convenience today over million people using the ring video doorbell to help protect homes amount bring has a great new product co bring floodlight cam just like rings amazing doorbell fraud light cameras emotion activated camera and fertilize with hd video and two way audio that lets you know the moment anyone steps onto your property and you can see on speed to even set off a built in home right from your phone so for me spending my life in this gd i have my.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minute" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"We all back home in twenty minutes with me harry stabbings you can see more from us behind the scenes on instagram at h stabbings nineteen ninetysix stabbings with cheese where we will also be posting the upcoming guests for the show and you can submit your questions ahead of time and be named on the show and we really would love to see that but to the show stay on an episode which really reminds me just what an honor and a privilege it is to do the show so i'm very thrilled to welcome jerry chen partner gray lock one of the world's most successful vc funds with prior investments in check this out facebook instagram linden airbnb dropbox app dynamics the list really does go on of incredible companies as to jerry jerry invest and entrepreneurs building new enterprise sas applications and in all aspects of ai and cloud infrastructure jerry carney sits on the board of docker kato network gladly rumbek spoke and blend and prior to joining gray lock jerry was vice president of cloud and application services at vm wet while he was part of the executive team scaled the company from two hundred and fifty to over fifteen thousand employees and five billion dollars in revenue if you haven't already you must check how jerry's recent rising on risk the game of strategic investment it really is a fantastic piece and you can find the links on the twenty minute v c dot com but before we dive into the show stay on new sponsor sponsoring i made a splash when they were on shark tank a few years ago the concept genius if someone ruins your doorbell and you want home or don't want to come to the door you can respond to the person using just your smartphone adding a level of both security on convenience today over million people using the ring video doorbell to help protect their homes and mouring has a great new product cool bring floodlight cam just like rings amazing doorbell front light cameras a motion activated camera and fertilize with hd video and two way audio that lets you know the moment anyone steps onto your property and you can see i'm speed to vinson's even set off a built in a.

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The Twenty Minute VC

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"The investors inch introduced to the companies to the coupe deaf teams i'm intrigued how do you like to rebuild the relationship what design process in florida like to you in an ideal world so i think there's a high level where i loved to spend time in talk to the venture capital community not necessarily to go and be like what part of your portfolio can i buy up of more just because what i saw it in recent is that you really are seeing the pulse inflow of what is coming in what the trends are and so for me it's absolutely invaluable to have like a good back and forth relationship with pc's on what are they seeing what's interesting what's real what's not real and i think that that is the first level of value and i'd like to think that i can give the point of view of a large corporate end sort of what we're seeing in the marketplace in what we think is going to make it up to our size and i think that there's a great back and forth there because i think that when you create that dialog and they understand what we're doing what we're looking for and i understand the trends they're seeing that's when you can actually come up in synthesize an idea that eventually could turn into an acquisition and it's much better than sort of here's my portfolio and here's the two that irrelevant your space and here's whether you could buy them or not and i think most bc's no that to most of my interactions aren't like that on venture capital side and so i think that's the first layer of how do you have a good interaction between corporate development nbc's jim so one of the twelve hundred gp's has recommended squad by the twenty minute vc it's exciting time say and we're going to progress through pipe grime said that it's a grueling process i'd love to hear your thoughts on this is a farah sas ment of the process wants to talk he's helping identified how would you respond to them how do you think about the process.

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