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Sound & Vision
Matt Kleberg

Sound & Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 106:34


Matt Kleberg (b.1985, Kingsville TX based in San Antonio, TX) received his BA from the University of Virginia in 2008 and his MFA from Pratt Institute in 2015. He is represented by Pazda Butler Gallery, Barry Whistler Gallery, and Sorry We're Closed. Recent exhibitions include Good Naked Gallery (NY); Johansson Projects (CA); Barry Whistler Gallery (TX); Pazda Butler Gallery (TX); Albada Jelgersma Gallery (Amsterdam), and Sorry We're Closed (Brussels). His work has been written about in The New York Times, The Brooklyn Rail, Painting is Dead, Artsy, Vice, Maake Magazine, ArtDaily, New American Paintings, Blouin Artinfo, ArtMaze Magazine, Artillery Magazine, and Hyperallergic. His work is included in public and private collections, including the Williams College Museum of Art, the University of California Santa Barbara Museum of Art, the Old Jail Art Center, the Addison Gallery of American Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and the National Gallery of Art. Kleberg lives and works in San Antonio, TX. 

Action Sports Jax On ESPN690
10-20-21 HOUR 2: Places that Closed that hit you hard, WR's you'd like to see in JAX

Action Sports Jax On ESPN690

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 42:06


Brent and Austen discuss places that closed that hit you hard, and WR's you'd like to see in Jax

Talk Talent To Me
Creating Psychological Safety with Kara Riley

Talk Talent To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 25:40


Today's guest is the inimitable Kara Riley, Global VP of People, Culture and Belonging at Elite Model World, here to talk to us about her work and achieving workplace equity. In this episode, we dive deeply into what makes Kara Riley tick, how she has risen through the ranks to where she is today, and some extremely valuable and hard-won advice for those wishing to follow a similar path. We dive right in with tackling topics of high-level representation, how organizations can show up better globally, and what specific questions companies need to be asking themselves to keep honest and ensure change happens at the right levels. Kara also gives us her personal tips for other under-estimated individuals walking their projected career path with pragmatism, an eye for growth, and an awareness of which organizations will help you thrive. Lastly, we dive into the creation of psychological safety, and how it's paramount that leadership have the awareness and education to foster safe spaces. Key Points From This Episode: Getting to know Kara Riley and her rise through the ranks from humble beginnings.  Questions of what your time is worth, and always having a number in your head. High-level representation, visibility, and aspirational feedback Kara got in her Netflix role.  Flipping the verbiage 'under-represented groups' to a more accurate 'underestimated groups'. Kara shares her hard-won advice for dealing with career obstacles of prejudice. Tackling gender double standards around existing as a woman in the workspace.  Kara describes her pragmatic approach to new job opportunities, and keeping aligned with your projected career vision.  Creating a five-year plan, asking for what you want, and owning your progress at work.  Doing things, asking questions later, and leaving if you're made to feel unsafe to be proactive. Leadership's responsibility of psychological safety, starting with communication. Kara explains the most important questions an organization needs to ask itself. Describing a multi-prong approach to create safety and leadership responsibility for employees from underestimated groups.  How to conduct a listening tour without putting the burden on the individuals being assessed. Navigating being a trailblazer, and what companies need to be doing to define the process.        Tweetables: “Be aspirational, look at those job descriptions, your roles that you want to be in, or those individuals on LinkedIn and see what types of other organizations that they've gone through, their path to get to where they want to be.”  — Kara Riley [0:12:53] “You have to ask. Closed mouths don't get fed.” — Kara Riley [0:14:35] “I like to get in good trouble, doing things and asking questions later, or asking forgiveness later. You can't be afraid. If your organization does not give you that psychological security to not be afraid, then I would reassess, “Is this the right organization for me?” — Kara Riley [0:15:23]   “How do we want to show up in this global community? That's the big question. Then, how are we going to hold ourselves accountable to it?” — Kara Riley [0:17:39]   “Do not expect the underestimated groups to tell you what the company needs to do better and what the company is doing wrong. It is not their job to fix it.” — Kara Riley [0:18:47]   Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:   Kara Riley on LinkedIn Elite Model World My Unorthodox Life Talk Talent to Me

The Chassidic Story Project
Closed For Shabbos And The Riminover's Kapote

The Chassidic Story Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 14:03


Two stories this week, the first about Reb Hillel of Paritsh helping Jewish tavernkeepers keep their taverns closed on shabbos and the second about the sweetest rebbe, Reb Hershele of Riminov and his new kapote. Also available at https://soundcloud.com/barak-hullman/closed-for-shabbos-and-the-riminovers-kapote. To become a part of this project please go to https://www.patreon.com/barakhullman. Hear all of the stories at https://hasidicstory.com.

Soul Chaser
Closed On Sundays

Soul Chaser

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 7:05


Years ago, there was a musical comedy called “Promises, Promises.” But broken promises aren't a joke.

Dear Prudence | Advice on relationships, sex, work, family, and life

Danny Lavery welcomes Uli Beutter Cohen, a New York City–based documentarian, artist, and the creator of Subway Book Review. Her first book, Between the Lines: Stories from the Underground, will be published on October 26th. Lavery and Beutter Cohen tackle two letters: First, from a letter writer who is wondering how to trust a once close friend who hurt her. Another writer wants to overcome her jealousy to experiment with an open marriage. Plus a deep dive in Beutter Cohen's new book, Between the Lines. Slate Plus members get another episode of Big Mood, Little Mood every Friday. Sign up for Slate Plus now and get $25 off your first year. Need advice? Send Danny a question here. Email: mood@slate.com Production by Phil Surkis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Generous Change
S2E1: Why We Closed For a Month

Generous Change

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 28:53


We closed for one whole month?! If you've ever dreamed of a little sabbatical or at least more than the standard 2-weeks of vacation per year, we're right there with you! In our high hopes to prioritize vacation, we're exploring how closing the business for 30 days worked…and didn't. On day 1415 of entrepreneurship, we're still learning big lessons about how we work, how we play and what balance really looks like.

The Buckeye Weekly Podcast
Has Michigan Closed The Talent Gap With Ohio State?

The Buckeye Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 42:40


Ohio State vs. Michigan is the greatest rivalry in sports, but does that mean this year's game will be an even matchup?Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman revisit their preseason tale of the tape between the Buckeyes and the Wolverines to see if anything has changed. The fellas go position by position, choosing which team has performed the best at each spot.Do the Buckeyes have the better running backs? Does Michigan have the better defensive line? Tony and Tom go through it all in their latest edition of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast.

Today with Claire Byrne
Wexford school to remain closed after Covid outbreak

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 4:14


Padraig Byrne, Wexford People journalist, reports that a primary school in Wexford has closed until November after outbreak of 30 cases.

WTF Gym Talk
Get The Sale 90% Closed By Doing This

WTF Gym Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 10:17


Lead nurture has been a big topic of interest for me as we build out new Microgym University courses, but on this particular episode I wanted to explain how I've coached other microgym owners to get the sale 90% closed during the lead nurture process. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wtfgymtalk/message

Justice & Drew
Hour 2: They're Getting Closed Down

Justice & Drew

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 40:29


The Friday Roundtable with Max Rymer and Brian McDaniel kick off the second hour of the show with Drew and Sam discussing St. Paul Public Schools considering closing several schools and Bill Clinton being in the hospital with an infection.

VPR News Podcast
This NEK business closed nearly a year ago. But longtime employee Gary Ely says his heart is still inside

VPR News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 7:28


After 98 years in business, Caplan's Army Store in St. Johnsbury is closed. They closed on the last day of 2020. Independent reporter Erica Heilman stopped by to talk with longtime employee Gary Ely about the store, and his many years there.

More Than Corporate
222: Who Said That Door is Closed to You?

More Than Corporate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 8:31


On this episode: Amber is discussing what might be holding us back from really achieving the life that we want. Is it fear based? Is it that simple? Listen in for valuable insight! Tweetable Quotes:"We have levels of awareness that we go through along our journey to success." -Amber Fuhriman"What doors do you think are closed? What made you think they're closed?" -Amber Fuhriman "Usually, what holds us back is completely in our head." -Amber FuhrimanIf you are interested in connecting with Amber, send an email to amber@amberfuhriman.com.Connect with other incredible people looking to break out of the corporate mindset by joining the More Than Corporate Facebook group: http://bit.ly/2MuWn53Schedule a connection call with Amber: https://calendly.com/amberfuhriman/connection-call?month=2021-05If you are interested in connecting with Amber, send an email to amber@amberfuhriman.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 797: How a 17-Year-Old Living in a Tiny Market Closed His First Two Deals in Less Than 90 Days

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 32:11


It is never too late to start building your real estate business, serve your community and tick off goals in your list no matter how old you may be. Joining Chris Craddock on the show today is Carson Leonard, a 17-Year-Old high-school student doing deals while he is in class. He will share how he was able to set himself up and provide value to a market with just over 400 people. Even just being a self-starter, Carson was able to conquer the market. He invested in learning valuable techniques for his business by reading books. He is a perfect example of how having the right mindset and the willingness to take everything in from his mentors and put it into action produces massive results. His goal is to be a licensed real estate agent once he turns 18. His journey will surely pump you up get you on your feet. RESOURCES: TTP Cold Calling Training BiggerPockets Zillow Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki Warren Buffett Carson's Youtube channel Carson on Instagram Email Address: carsonlnrd@gmail.com

Bedroom Drinking
Southwest Closed-Gate, Suing Geico Over an STD, and Does Finders Keepers Equal Theft?

Bedroom Drinking

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 45:06


We cover quite a bit of ground this week. We get into the conflicting reports about what caused Southwest Airlines to cancel thousands of flights over the weekend, a woman who is suing Geico because she got an STD after having sex in a car they insure, why STD is apparently an outdated term, why the Columbus Day vs. Indigenous People's Day debate is dumb, and whether or not keeping something you find on the ground counts as theft.

All Rights Reserved: An Entertainment Law Podcast
S2E3: How to Kill it On a Closed Book Exam

All Rights Reserved: An Entertainment Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:30


Midterm szn is upon us! In today's episode we share our time-tested tips and tricks on how to prevail on closed book law school exams.

The Bach Report
The Beach is Officially Closed

The Bach Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 29:56


Andrew & Lindsey are wrapping up the 2021 season of Bachelor in Paradise and chatting about each of the couples that broke up during the finale, which ones got back together, and who got engaged and found (possibly) everlasting love.Vote on our next season of The Bach Report!Click here to let your voice be heard!Get a 45 day free extended trial! Design with ease & get a free extended trial of Canva Pro!

The Drive
10/13 2pm Is the Window Closed?

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 44:38


The Drive opened the show wondering if the championship window for this team is closed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Morgan Sherm Presents Another Element
Another Element: Closed

Morgan Sherm Presents Another Element

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 147:29


On this episode, the crew discusses Kidd Kenn, ex NBA players getting arrested, school shootings, and Dave Chappelle's "The Closer". #MusicTheory KenTheMan - Rose Gold Stripper Pole Lucky Daye - Over Run The Jewels (feat. Lil Wayne, Greg Nice & DJ Premier) - Ooh La La

Three's a Crime: A True Crime Podcast
Episode 44: The Case That Can't Be Closed: The Good Hart Murders

Three's a Crime: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 41:33


Good Hart Michigan was a sleepy little town in 1968, but everything changed in July of 1968, when the entire Robison family was found murdered in their country home.    Police - and most townspeople - believe they know who the killer is - so why does this case still haunt the area? Why can't it be closed? Tune in to find out! . . . We LOVE our Weirdlings! Thank you for your support! -Emily Tori and Lindsey  Support us on Patreon: bit.ly/3tnuOOp For photos related to this episode, check out our Instagram: bit.ly/3jQ68Lm Email us: threesacrime@gmail.com Website: bit.ly/3yV8I7b Music by: BLVCK CEILING: bit.ly/3BR8kbH . . . FOLLOW US! TikTok: @threesacrimepod Facebook: bit.ly/3l0jfsR Twitter: bit.ly/3BPaR6b Youtube: bit.ly/3zSEAul . . . Links Related to this Episode: BarkBox (1 month FREE): barkbox.com/3ac SuperChewer (Double your first box FREE): http://Superchewer.snlv.net/LPmB2j  Disclaimer: This post contains afiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no additional cost to you.

No Vacancy with Glenn Haussman
NVNT: AHLA's Chip Rogers on NYC's Insane Plan to Force Closed Hotels to Pay Employees!

No Vacancy with Glenn Haussman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 6:49


Get this: NYC has a new policy where currently closed hotels are being forced to pay severance to employees who haven't worked there for a up to a year or more. This seems insane! What do you think?

Ed Talks Daily: Personal Growth and Motivation
Opening up after being closed off

Ed Talks Daily: Personal Growth and Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 36:50


Are you closed off to everything and everyone because you're afraid of failing or getting hurt? Tap in to this episode to learn about setting up bridges and boundaries in order to open up after being closed off for so long. Join us for Rise and Prime: http://riseandprime.co Subscribe to our email list on Edtalksdaily.com so you never miss a thing ! -- Add Ed on IG: https://instagram.com/theholisticmotivator — What is Ed Talks Daily? The Ed Talks Daily podcast is about growth in all aspects of your life. How do you solidify a great mindset that will lead to a healthy body, healthy relationships, and an in-tune spirit? Join me on this journey to becoming the best version of ourselves. If you want a podcast that you can relate to, a podcast that will motivate and inspire you all while educating you on ways to personally develop and grow as a human being, Ed Talks Daily is for you. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edtalksdaily/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/edtalksdaily/support

RNZ: Checkpoint
Parents support call to keep schools closed, vaccinate teachers

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 4:46


Parents spoken to by Checkpoint have given a tick of approval on the decision to keep schools closed and mandate vaccinations for teachers. But it does mean even more time at home and almost two months out of the classroom is taking its toll. Reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi have the story.  

The Sneaky Sports Podcast
Has The Chiefs Super Bowl Window Closed?, Expectations For Seattle Without Russ & More | S3 E77

The Sneaky Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 53:52


In Today's Episode Of The Sneaky Sports Podcast We Debate If The Chiefs Super Bowl Window Has Closed, Expectations For The Seahawks Without Russell Wilson, Share Our Biggest Overreactions From Week 5, Get Into Some New York Football Talk & Moving On Into The NBA Portion Of The Episode We Discuss How Big Of A Deal It Would Be For Philly To Get Ben Simmons Back, Kyrie Irving's Vaccination Drama & Wrap Things Up With Another Edition Of Mailbag Monday. --- --- --- Hosts: Ben, Frank, Nick --- --- --- Follow Us Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sneakysport... TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sneakysportsp... Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/sneakysportspod/ --- --- --- Watch The Sneaky Sports Podcast On YouTube (Subscribe!): youtube.com/sneakysportspodcast --- --- --- Make Sure to Rate or Review The Podcast Whether Your on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sneakysportspodcast/support

Balance with Sam Podcast
135: Does your heart feel closed off? Listen to this Meditation.

Balance with Sam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 17:24


This is for you if you feel like you have walls up around your heart. This is meant for you if you feel ready to open up & allow love to flow through you. This is a podcast to listen to and feel into. Expect to walk away from this meditation with more love for yourself. Expect to understand that you are whole, you deserve to speak your truth & own your power. This meditation is here to help your heart shine. I love you, you deserve to love you. Xo, Sam - -------- UNSTOPPABLE UNIVERSITY: Open Enrollment at the end of October. Transform your life. https://www.balancewithsam.com/unstoppableuniversity Aligned Business Mentorship: turn your passion into your paycheck in 6 months. DM me “business” Did we just become best friends? Let's make it official: www.instagram.com/samaltieri/ SEDONA RETREAT [Nov 4-7]: DM me “sedona” ORGANIFI GREENS: Use Code BALANCEWITHSAM for 15% off. Unstoppable Morning Routine www.balancewithsam.com/morning-routine

Jay Towers in the Morning
Stores Closed On Thanksgiving

Jay Towers in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 4:29


There are tons of stores that won't be open on Thanksgiving this year. Here's everything you need to know.

Fu**Boi Problems
Mr. The Door Is Closed (ft. John John)

Fu**Boi Problems

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 64:31


On this episode of Fu**Boi Problems titled, “Mr. The Door Is Closed,” host Justin-Rayne (@justin.rayne) chats with emerging entrepreneur John John (@john_thegummyshark) about hyper-independence, finding closure on your own, the importance of being preemptive, and his brand (@NudeSkinz_Brand).

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Oct. 10, 2021 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "A New Dark Age - All Reality Closed Off, Shut Out" *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 15, 2020 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 76:40


--{ "A New Dark Age - All Reality Closed Off, Shut Out"© CTTM}-- Excerpt from Original Broadcast Nov. 15, 2020 - Man, Myth and Magic - Predictive Programming - Fiction, Television Series - Every Country has a Department of Culture - Beria, NKVD - Propaganda - British Soap Opera, Coronation Street - Magazines, Marketing Aimed at Women - U.N. Programs for Women - World Economic Forum - England's Red Bishop, Communistic, Lifelong Education - Visual Language, Internet, AI - Machiavelli, Francis Bacon - Roger Bacon - WEF, The Great Reset, Sustainability, Agenda 21 - SAGE, Event 201 - Censorship, Bring Down Social Media - You are the Enemy - Entering a New Dark Age - Media and CIA and other Intelligence Agencies - Populism, Nationalism - George Soros, Open Society - EU, Tower of Babel; Rebuild a Unified World and Become Gods - Greek Mythology; Gods Play with Humans - From Consumerism to Austerity - Political Elections - The Elite are a Separate Species - Stars are Made - The Guardians of the Universe, The Olympians - Obedience - "You can't have rights during an emergency" - Habitat Corridors - Lockdowns Way Beyond Wartime Scenarios - BLM, Antifa, Riots - The One Percent - Fascism - Rationing - PsyOps Units Working Against Their Own Country's People; Military - The Hunger Games - 1965 Movie, The 10th Victim - Eugenics; Sci-Fi Fantasy Musical, Just Imagine - Movies for Women - Movie, The Office Wife - Song from 1934 Movie, "Keep Young and Beautiful" - Covid, Lockdowns, Essential, Non-Essential, Rationing, Protests, Riots, Burning, Looting - The Target of Everything is You - Your Whole Life Long You've Been Ruled. *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 15, 2020 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

The Jordy Culotta Show
This Is The End My Only Friend. LSU Football Looks To Not Only Turn The Page, But Pick Up A Whole New Book As The O Chapter Seems To Be Already Closed.

The Jordy Culotta Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 73:59


Vegas Revealed
Palms Casino Still Closed, Big Shows Announced in Las Vegas, Superfrico Experience, G2E Returns | Ep. 89

Vegas Revealed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 39:04


The Global Gaming Expo returned to Las Vegas. The Palms Hotel Casino remains closed, but there's a recent development that means it is gearing up to open again. A new Station Casinos property is announced. The Durango will be located in southwest Las Vegas. Dayna checks out the new Spiegelworld restaurant at The Cosmopolitan and attends the Opium show. New Kids on The Block return with the Mixtape Tour in 2022, Usher adds more dates, Carlos Santana extends into 2022, and more! Plus, a cool Fall spot for cocktails and pictures, off the strip.Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE! Vegas Revealed designs available, and much more.  Find our entertainment reports on Highway Radio! Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)

Texas Tribune Brief
This undocumented young Texan faces uncertainty after DACA applications are closed

Texas Tribune Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 9:40


A University of Texas at Austin student who planned to apply to an Obama-era initiative for immigrants who came to America as children is stuck in limbo after a Texas judge halted the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Sorry, We're Closed
Episode 121 - Delusion and Deceit

Sorry, We're Closed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 86:49


The Red Sox beat the Yankees in the Wild Card game, and are off to the ALDS. Sean and Pat discuss baseball, football and more on today's episode of Sorry, We're Closed!

Student Spin: A Six Mile Production
First Ever Leadership Conference, Free Yoga, and Closed GHC Campus Building!

Student Spin: A Six Mile Production

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 7:52


On this episode of the Campus Corner, we give you the news on all things GHC! We update you on leadership events on campus, free yoga sessions at GHC, and updates on a closed building on campus. *The Student Spin is a sister media to the Six Mile Post newspaper at Georgia Highlands College in Rome, Georgia. The views on this show do not represent those of the Six Mile Post or Georgia Highlands College*

Real Estate Marketing Dude
$600,000 in closed GCU from YouTube Organically

Real Estate Marketing Dude

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 28:42


These days there are so many social media platforms it is hard to keep up and easy to fall behind your competition. There's one platform you should not be overlooking and that is YouTube. You can spend all your money on ads and still not see a return and today's episode is going to change that. We're going to be talking to a 28 year old named Cody Steck who in just two years is on track to close near $600,000 and close GCI 100% from YouTube. More impressively, he did this 100% organically and free.Covering everything from strategy to keywords and SEO, this episode will be one for the books. As a long time Realtor, and real estate investor, Cody has a strong understanding of the real estate market for the Salt Lake Metro area and the entire Wasatch Front. Born and raised here in Utah, Cody knows the ins and outs of each city and neighborhood and has become a local celebrity on YouTube.Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeThe importance of finding your nicheHow to make videos pertaining to topics people will actually search forAmount of content to put out a monthResourcesCody's YouTube ChannelReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:So how do you attract new business? You constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas in real estate marketing. And this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know like trust most importantly refer but remember it is not their job to remember what you do for a living it's your job to remind them let's get started what's up ladies and gentlemen welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast What is up everybody? What we're going to do today is bring you live individual agent actually doing the shit we talk about every fucking week on this damn show. So she knows there's people out there doing it we're not doing his his stuff but he's doing you know basically what we do for a lot of people so this is like every PP there's a lot of people doing this exact same strategy and we're gonna focus today specifically on YouTube. How the hell did he get in the business two years ago 28 years old and he's gonna close near $600,000 and close GCI 100% from YouTube Well, he knew the strategy he knew how to get found he created content he started doing it consistently and guess what people started knocking on his damn door and he did it without spending $1 in ADS I think we're gonna find out though because this is what an interview is so without further ado, we're gonna go ahead and introduce our guest His name is Mr. Cody stack what's up Cody?What's going on guys happy to be here. Can't wait to jump into thisYeah, dude, we appreciate having you on the show here Why don't you go ahead and tell everybody a quick rundown Who are you what market are you in and then we'll get on into the interview.Yeah, sure. So Cody stack I've been in the business for six years but just been on YouTube for only two years now so everything I do is almost exclusively YouTube at this point it's all 100% organic and free like you said i've you know I'm on track by the end of 2021 over the last two years I will have closed about $600,000 in gross commission just from youtube so in addition to that I'm doing you know friends and family and investors and all these other people I still have my market still so but as far as just lead generation new business coming in 100% YouTube right now and absolutely love it you know this stuff works and you know if you're thinking about doing it you got to do it you know now's the timeyeah and because like you know, you're in Salt Lake City I was checking out your channels pretty impressive. So if you go to his channel we'll give you the link later but just look up living in Salt Lake City I mean the dude owns every single search term out there and then you can see what his view counts are and you know he's gonna own that probably forever which is the best part about it and there are still some markets you could actually still penetrate and get in there some major cities as a matter of fact where people really haven't done the done the videos I've done that the content yet but it's limited I give it another 12 maybe 18 months maybe in the country and then all these search terms all this content I think you're starting to be so well that would be something else with YouTube because there is a specific strategy that for whatever reason, I don't know why. But I sort of know why like that people search for and why these videos get so much views and attention organically which is the key and what is the percentage of buyer or people that come through Is this how many percentages or relocations coming into the market versus let's talk about types of leads and get off YouTube that will go into types of content?Yeah, sure. So it's probably 90% relocation a lot of people move in from out of state it was kind of fortunate that I started my channel about six months before the whole COVID pandemic shit came about and I you know business was the YouTube channel was just kind of getting started I was starting to get traction and then that hit and you know it kind of was a blessing in disguise that I already had six months of content out there because I picked up on a lot of people trying to escape from the northeast from California from the northwest all these different places trying to get to Utah to you know because now they're working remote they can work anywhere or they're coming here for the jobs that we have you know Utah's growing like crazy we've got a big tech and healthcare scene so a lot of high paying jobs coming in and people are getting you know new jobs here in the area or just working remote and want to you know have access to the outdoors so tons of people coming in probably 90% relocation I do get the occasional lead that already lives here in Utah and they're just kind of doing research and they find me and say hey, I just came across you on YouTube love your stuff you know we'd love to help get your help with buying a place but you know and then I also do get a probably you know I've probably had three or four investors reach out as well I do a little bit of investing content on my channel as well talking about how to invest you know what to look for I'm an I'm a real estate investor myself that's how I got in the business but anyway made some content about that so you can you can really attack that angle as well if that's your your niche. I mean, you can go after that. So there's tons of different niches you can go after, but for me it's been mostly relocation.Yeah, and that's the key niche. A lot of times people will be like, Hey, we get the question all the time. Like, just if you start just creating like just real estate content, like hey, how to buy and sell the same Timer? blank, the home selling process, like it's very, you're not going to get any views on YouTube or you like or you're gonna lose a lot of people are going to search out that type of content. Yeah, it's bad content. Yeah.It's just, uh, nobody's searching it right? I mean, there's been 1000s of agents who have done those types of videos, and nobody's searching for that type of content. That's why, you know, when they're when somebody's looking at buying a house, and they want to learn about the escrow process, or inspections or appraisals, most people I found don't really care about that stuff. They're relying on you to just tell them what they need to know, handle it, make sure they don't get in a bad spot, take care of the rest, right? They don't really care about the details of how an appraisal is valued. They just care that their home appraises so people aren't searching for that they want to know more about the area and more about your expertise as the agent who knows that area and can get the job done.100% when I moved here you guys in the California I say this often on the show, but you know I went to YouTube to look up and see I'm like what the fuck is Encinitas look like? What are the housing look like? What is the strip look like? Like where am I gonna go get beer at where am I going to go take my kids to the park I just wanted to see what it looked like you know and oftentimes the reason why this is theory but I think it's accurate I'm appreciate your opinion on it. But the reason why I think so many reloads come in the market is twofold one they're doing what I was doing visually looking to see what the area is and then when they see someone there it's that know like trust factor and that's what video does 90% of it's based upon the body language and the tonality we're expressing it's not the fucking content. So like if you're if you're approachable on video, they like your personality, which is why they call you it's not because of the content you're spitting out most of the content is so damn boring to be honest with you. It's how you're saying it that people are actually interested in and they're like I can like this guy and then they call because they just want those boots on the ground. Whereas if you look at local business and how local businesses transacted over 80 85% of its gonna come from someone you already know used in the past or personally met or bumped into so when you look at that someone relocating and doesn't have that referral base they don't have that that network which is why a lot of online lead generation which is why everything on YouTube comes in so much relocation is because they're simply just not being referred to the people that they normally would if they're making a local transactionYeah, exactly. Like you said, I mean you hit it right on the content is as an agent the content seems boring and repetitive but for the person who's never been to your area, they gobble that stuff up I can't tell you how many texts and emails and phone calls I've had where people contact me and say I watch your videos I can't believe you know I'm talking to you your videos like a celebrity right?Yeah already status Yeah,I've had people like you know basically say that to me that you're like I can't believe I'm talking to you and it's a little weird you know, but it's like they know me because they've watched hours upon hours of my content. I have no idea who they are but they already know me like me and trust me like you said and that's the most important part of business right when it comes to real estate this some I preach all the time to especially newer agents or agents who aren't doing a lot of business it comes down to people it comes down to how you present yourself the body language and the confidence that you have to be the person that they need to trust in order to get that job done it doesn't come down to how well you know real estate or how good your YouTube videos are. I mean, yes, that will help right? You want to have high quality videos, but my first videos were absolute garbage I mean, audio sucked you know, the video sucked. I was stuttering the editing was bad everything was bad about it. And yet I've got I don't know 10,000 20,000 views on some of those first videos and they still consistently put out 100 you know 50 to 100 views every couple days so it doesn't matter right the content the quality doesn't really matter it's how you present yourself indentistry dude yeah authentic Yeah, my daughter watches like YouTube all the time. So I get all these like YouTube celebrities from Mr. Beast to like you know, you know, you name it. Yeah, you watch their content and the reason why it's like reality TV like people perfection doesn't exist a second you try to be perfect as a second you start turning everybody off. But let's go back to why the look at the positioning on this and this isn't just like this is on YouTube, like people who are just farming their local market with video to our attracting local market. a client's exact same way because you put the personality with the name, and people just want to feel like that know, like and trust. So we did a podcast with a dude named grant wise I forget what episode is it's been a while. But anyways, he's done a study on this or he researched a lot of this and what he came up with was like, hey, on you when people are on video, it's like, ingrained into our brains because as kids, it's like, why do you think your kid runs up to Mickey Mouse and like gives him a hug and thinks a superhero? It's just some drunk dude in a costume. And yet your kid thinks that this Mickey Mouse a superhero? Well, because the kid was seen him on television and TV growing up so when they see him in person, you get like this celebrity status. There's actually a study done. I wish I knew the name of it, but it's very interesting. You're exactly right people are like feel like you're a celebrity doing it and the positioning is crazy on that yeah. Okay so let's go through a couple other things because you're mentioning YouTube content What do you do for editing now and content creation a lot of people overthink these like scripts but it's really just like keep them conversational is what I tell people it's one on one you're just telling people what you already know and you don't need to be an expert in buying or selling real estate you need to be an expert in your community.Yeah, exactly. I rarely talked about buying or selling real estate in my videos like the specific details of that process. It's almost entirely about what's my area What does it look like? What are the pros and cons? How much does it cost to live there all those you know different types of things on the video that's what's most important that people actually care about so you know, when it comes to making content that's that's what you really got to focus on.How much content you put out, I mean videos a month, what your schedule like what's your frequency?Yeah, so right now I'm about one per week I've been trying some different types of videos I've been doing some home tours and stuff just try and test that out see how the you know what the feedback is. So I'm gonna I'm kind of somewhere between one and two videos per week. If you were just getting started if you don't have that backlog of videos you know on your channel already I'd say you absolutely need to be two if not three videos per week in my opinion, to build up that base of videos that people can go watch at least until you've got 10 to 20 videos out there. So yeah, I'm about one per week right now. And most of them are in the office or out vlogging so you know it might be just a sit down video like this where I talk about my area show some stuff on the screen and that's it or I'll be out in my area filming the sidewalks the houses the businesses everything that people want to see. And you know those are the two types of videos I do and then you asked about editing. In the beginning I edited everything myself I wanted to kind of understand the process and figure it out but I've since moved on and I've got a virtual assistant who edits everything for me at this point.What kind of performance difference you've seen on talking head stuff when you're sitting down as opposed to being out on the street on the beach showcasing the demonstrating area?Yeah, that's that's a great point. Um, I would say that a lot of people I think people really get attached to my videos on the vlog type videos where I'm actually out and about doing stuff that those are the videos where people are like Yeah, I saw your video on this on this city and it was great because I got to see how many trees there were you know, was there dirt was there a sidewalk was it paved you know, like all that stuff, whatever just kind of how it visually looks so people get attached to that. You know, which is nice, but at the same time I think people appreciate the talking head stuff because they can just throw it on while they're driving. They don't have to watch me or anything necessarily they just listened to it kind of like you would a podcast or whatever. So they both do well i think i do think you need both in order to be successful.Yeah, that's a good point. There's you got informational, like community informational content, and you have community demonstrated demonstratable content, like the tours, the downtown areas, that's what people want to see. And those do really well. And you're right, it's sort of like, like the vlog stuff, people overthink the formatting of it. But scripting is like very simple when you just break down storytelling, and essay writing and how your book reports when you're in second grade, it's the same shit. attention getter, Introduction body outro. attention getter, Introduction body outro. So you guys follow y'all have y'all have the skill set to do this. It's not very difficult just that for whatever reason. I don't know why Cody, but people buckle at the knees when the record button goes on. And I'm always like, Dude, why are you buckling at the knees? Bro? You're a grown ass man. Like, you just sold a $20 million property and just made like $200,000 you're gonna let the red light make you buckle at the knees? Like Come on, bro. Like you're tougher than that. Why is that? Why do people hesitate?So I don't know. I haven't figured it out.When you started were you sort of like hey, this feels weird or Yeah,I mean it's definitely weird to like talk to a camera. I'm not generally that type of person. I mean I've gotten too used to it now and now I don't even have an issue I just click it on and I just go and I you know, I stumble through it and I can edit it out and redo it and you kind of learn that stuff. I think a lot of people get hung up at the very beginning they think has to be perfect right? They have to say the right thing they can't stutter. They have to you know, have a smile on their face whatever like all that all that shit that doesn't really matter. I mean, it does matter, right? Like you want to do your best but like don't overthink it. Just hit record and just get a video out. That's the biggest thing. It's not the scripting. It's not the content. It's not anything else. It's simply just hitting record, getting a video done looking at it saying oh yeah, I could have done this better and fix it next time and release the video and you know, get on with it.Yeah, I mean, I can tell you firsthand we just some people overthink the first video. I'm like, dude, like it no one cares. Frankly, no one cares what the hell you do, but like the more imperfect it is. in its own way, oftentimes the better it performs Yeah, well isn'tthat Vanya? Maybe because it's authentic its authentic right and the thing is you put that first video out you might get 12 views anyway right like that very first video over time it might give us but at the beginning you're only gonna get 10 1215 views maybe you know so it's not like the whole world is watching this it's not like you're on CNN or something you know what tons of exposure right off the bat you know, so don't overthink it And the beautiful thing about YouTube is look you know some of those first videos I've gone back and remade them and they do great you know, now that my audio quality is better my video quality is better I'm better on camera, Christmas better whatever, all that stuff you can just remake the video nobody even sees the first one anymore you know so it's not the end of the world if it's not perfect.Makes a lot of sense. What else do you see coming out on on with YouTube? You know, I know that a lot of a lot of people are familiar now with the you know, 18 months ago says like the hidden strategy, right? And I'm like, wow, YouTube. But now you know, you see a lot of people doing the pros and cons videos and all that. Yeah. Are you seeing any other avenues open up? Beyond the tours beyond the pros and cons of time neighborhoods? The cost of livings all that stuff? Are you seeing any other avenues coming down the pipe for different areas of content creation that people haven't quite seen yet?Yeah, that's a that's a great question. Um, I think that you I think that YouTube will still be the number one platform in my opinion, or at least for the next three to five years so it's going to be video content number one. Number two, you know, it's going to have to go beyond pros and cons and cost of living and all that stuff it's going to have to go into more vlogs I think that's going to be more important showing the area especially for relocation and also once you've built up an audience I think it's easier to niche down a little bit and start talking about commercial real estate start talking about investors start talking about these you know new construction, whatever it might be, if you want to go into new construction I mean you can build up a portfolio of home tours and talking about new construction and how the framing process works and whatever and who knows maybe you pick up a builder client they give you 50 listings right because they know like hey Cody can sell he's good on video he knows how to market and he knows the construction process this is gonna be huge you can use that once you've got you know a repertoire of videos and you know the confidence to display that on video that can be really helpful so I think that's going to be you know, niching down is going to be another thing that gets more important you know, I've seen some agents on YouTube who do only investment type stuff and absolutely crush it for people in their local market. Going beyond that, I think that you know, increasing the quality is going to be extremely important you know, going forward, I've seen a couple agent start to pop up that have really figured out how to be charismatic, how to entertain how to joke how to you know, really kind of be a performer when it comes to YouTube and I think that's going to make the difference right if I just sit here you know, cold if I just sit here like a cold statue, nobody's going to really relate to that but if I can be charismatic, I'm moving my hands are moving you know whatever. People are going to attach to that and I think that's going to give you a leg up so doing higher quality content, you know, maybe going the professional videographer route all those I'm just kind of you know, shooting off the hip here some different ideas that I'm exploring and kind of the direction that I want to take my channel to continue to maintain that top spot in my market.It's good to evolve though that I remember like 20 years ago was at 2010 I remember riding around in Chicago on a scooter thinking I was so cool. And with a flip camera doing a selfie video like yeah with the sunglasses on I was probably the cheesiest thing I ever did in my life but just like but I mean videos evolved that I remember back then you didn't have to do anything just like Facebook Live came out he didn't have to do anything yeah he just got on Facebook Live it was a call it was he alive is he live and that got a lot of attention but yeah, you're seeing the need for added content versus the talking heads because the talking head stuff everybody's doing it when everyone's doing something you have to Zig or zag or do different direction because you lose attention. Tell me how you're multipurpose seeing the content beyond YouTube. Are you just putting the content on YouTube or what else are you doing with it beyond Yeah, posted on YouTube?Yeah, it's 100% YouTube I've thought about repurposing into a podcast format but you know just they've never gone that route. I don't know if it's just because viewership would be low or or whatever. But I've just had so much so much success with YouTube that I've just stuck with that so I do a little bit of repurposing and my again, my virtual assistant helps with this. He'll take the video and just kind of cut it up and occasionally we do something on Facebook or Instagram just a short video. It doesn't actually it's not actually a link to the direct video. It's just kind of a short clip. But that's basically it. I mean, it's 100% YouTube, postthem to Facebook, you send them your database, video, email, modern anything.Nope. We don't do anything like that we just you know, we basically just let YouTube do its thingcool cool cool any other tips that you taken anything else you want to shareand you just got to get started like that's that's the biggest thing just get started if you're in your market I mean the space now I've been doing some research on how many other agents are in the market you know just in different markets trying to do this and you go to one city and there might be five or 10 agents trying to do this right so five or 10 is still not very much compared to how many agents are out there door knocking or cold calling you're trying to do Facebook ads right everybody's on Facebook ads or at least was you know I've been out of that world for a couple years now but like two years ago, Facebook everybody was doing Facebook right people were signing up for these these you know websites and you know generating these leads and they're getting 50 calls a day right from these people from these different agents so although there might be five or 10 agents on YouTube in your you know market if you're better at video if you're more confident you're more consistent and you put out higher quality you know content, you will get business from it. The thing I love about YouTube as well that I think people don't realize is the closing ratio is extremely high. I'm probably at about a seven to 8% closing ratio for leads who reach out and then eventually actually end up buying or selling with me And the beautiful thing is that the people who do reach out want to work with me right if they didn't want to work with me they wouldn't be contacting me they wouldn't call me they wouldn't email me they wouldn't text me because they maybe they don't like my personality maybe they don't like how I presented something maybe I piss them off because it's something I said whatever. And that's fine I'll never know if they don't reach out you know, because they're just some random view on YouTube. But the people who do reach out respect me as an agent they respect what I do and they want to work with me which is uh would yousay seven to 8% of conversations you have with people that initially like comment on a video and say like hey, I'm interested in moving in when you talk to him like first time on a phone call or something off of YouTube like that would be what you consider seven eight, just you guys know like one to 3% of the national average like for Zillow or or other type of lead gen so he's saying it's three times as much in conversionYeah, yeah, exactly. So I'm considering a lead anybody who reaches out to me so it's not even a comment on a video. Most people who are interested will actually reach out as of right now I've probably got i don't know i'm probably at about 450 I don't know let me just check real quick Yeah, but 466 466 leads over the last two years so that's that's less than one per day, but that's how I get a closing ratio that's so high somewhere in that seven to 8% range from last time I checked. So these are people who have reached out either via a phone call a text or an email said hey, I'm thinking about moving to Utah and then they eventually doand it's not this is the difference guys between lead generation attraction like when they reach out you like put them in some kind of weird drip autoresponder Are you just being human and following up to human way?Yeah, I just do it 100% human I mean, again, I I have that first initial conversation with them if they're in a position where they're moving in the next I don't know maybe four to five months I keep in constant contact with them I'll check in every you know, a couple weeks or whatever. But to be totally honest, a lot of the people check in with me right? They're like, Hey, I'm coming into town like are you still available to show me some houses so they honestly do a lot of the check in for me if they're out more than five, six months you know, I just I I've got a system set up with a virtual assistant of mine and they kind of check in every two months or so with a with an email just Hey, how are your plans progressing, anything we can do for you? And that's it, you know, nothing fancy I I use an Excel spreadsheet to keep track of my leads. Like I know people are like all about the CRM and whatever. I keep it super simple. And it works.Yeah. That's it. Everyone's like, what do you need, you need some super duper honors. But this is not online lead generation. This is called online attraction. That's what video is video doesn't generate leads and attracts attention and then your personality generates a damn lead. It just allows you to basically give your sales pitch without you really giving your sales pitch because that's all people really hire when they hire a real estate agent. They're not hiring. The fact you have a real estate license or hiring What the fuck you can do with it. And whether they trust you That's it. Moving is a big deal. People are like shit, I'm scared. I don't know who to trust where to go. Like, you know, that's a big deal. And that's what that conversion has taken place during the consumption of the content. You're creating no other thing other than that, guys, don't overthink this stuff. This isn't as a giant popularity contest. And the more content you have, the more popular you become, the more conversations you create. Just like if you bought a lot of leads from Zillow, you'd have a lot of conversations, they just be different types. These conversations come to you it's totally it's attraction. So there's a major difference between marketing and advertising. It's, we're talking about marketing, and if everyone should do a little bit of both, I'm sure Cody does Some sort of lead generation stuff probably on his investment side what else you doing with lead generation? I mean no this has taken off but are you doing any geven need toYeah. So yes and no I mean I do postcards and keep in touch with my soI and past clients and stuff I'd send them a monthly mailer.Yeah I love that marketing it's not even lead gen you just yeahyeah just marketing so I mean as far as like lead generation I don't do anything you know, I the way that I look at it is I can go out there and I can you know call Facebook leads or cold call for three hours or I can just put together a video together in three hours and that video keeps on working for me you know, I it takes me three hours I spend you know 50 bucks to get it edited. And I put it out there and it works for me 20 473 65 and so that's kind of the passive income of YouTube and lead generation in real estate is you know, making a video is a way better use of my time than trying to go out there and cold call or lead generate for three or four hours a day.I 100% agree well put dude. Cody wants to tell everybody how they can find you. I'm sure they want to check out your stuff and see how you're doing it.Yeah, for sure. Yeah, so you can find me as we mentioned before living in Salt Lake City, Utah. Just type that into YouTube and hopefully I should pop up as number one at least for the first I don't know probably eight out of 10 videos I hope you can find my channel there Feel free to jump on there copy it steal you know whatever you want to do take the video and just make it your own right Feel free to copy the content for your own local city so that's where you can find my my actual YouTube channel and then I've got another one called the YouTube realtor where I talk I make videos just like this you know kind of talking about how to be successful on YouTube how to be successful as a real estate agent you know just all general real estate agent stuff so just just look up the YouTube realtor on YouTube and you should find itappreciate you man thanks for sharing all the stuff and congrats on all your success it's awesome to keep going like folks if you actually take action things can happen it's not rocket science there's a check out his channel listen to what he's doing and then just take action and do it you either have two ways of doing this you can either do it yourself and figure it all out or if you want someone to do it for you contact a real estate marketing dude it's what we do we'll script that and distribute real estate content. If you choose part of your strategy that's what we do or maybe you're not into blown up your channel maybe just want to build a local celebrity brand he just hit in your database, that's fine too. But either way is there's not a shortage of people that can help you whether you learn from a guy like Cody or you contact us so if you'd like to explore more what that looks like please visit us on our website at Real Estate marketing.com it's real estate marketing.com and thank you very much for watching another episode of the real estate marketing dude calm podcast follow us on social Subscribe, subscribe to our channel i G and Facebook and I swear to God and to get to tick tock channel as soon as I get a damn minute. But appreciate you guys and we'll talk to you guys later and see you next week. Bye bye. Thank you for watching another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. If you need help with video or finding out what your brand is, visit our website at www dot real estate marketing dude calm. We make branding and video content creation simple and do everything for you. So if you have any additional questions, visit the site, download the training and then scheduled time to speak with the dude and get you rolling in your local marketplace. Thanks for watching another episode of the podcast. We'll see you next time.

Today with Claire Byrne
Canary Island airport closed

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 3:27


Jonas Perez, local tour guide in La Palma, tells us that the Canary Island airport is closed

Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio
Bigfoot Eyewitness Episode 301 (They Closed the Road Because of that Bigfoot!

Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 47:51


Tonight's guest, Jason, has had 1 Sasquatch sighting and 1 experience with them where he could hear them, but couldn't see them. When he had his sighting, he was just 15 feet from the Sasquatch. He estimates him to have been about 9 feet tall. He was sitting in a car, at the time, with his friend. Jason was in the passenger seat, looking out his window at the Sasquatch. He wanted to get out, so he could take a closer look, but his friend didn't want him to do that. His friend, who was behind the wheel, warned him that he'd leave Jason if he did get out. What did Jason do? Did he get out and try to approach the Sasquatch or stay in the car? We hope you'll listen and find out.If you'd like to check out my new Bigfoot show, called "My Bigfoot Sighting," there are two ways to listen. You can listen using your favorite podcast app, like Spotify, Spreaker, etc., or you can use YouTube to listen to episodes of the show. Here's a link to the My Bigfoot Sighting Channel on Spotify...https://open.spotify.com/show/2gomYbQG2gM6gPFakCQYNL?si=M0dm3bDfR_ShTiJcHPWoyw&dl_branch=1and here's a link to Episode 1 of the show on YouTube… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VUHN...If you've had a Sasquatch sighting and would like to be a guest on Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio, please go to https://www.BigfootEyewitness.com and submit a report.If you've had a Sasquatch sighting and would like to be a guest on My Bigfoot Sighting, please go to https://www.MyBigfootSighting.com and let me know.If you'd like to help support the show, by buying your own Bigfoot Eyewitness t-shirt or sweatshirt, please visit the Bigfoot Eyewitness Show Store, by going to https://Dogman-Encounters.MyShopify.comThanks, as always, for listening!

World Soccer Talk
Stefan Szymanski on Premier League TV deal, fan ownership, closed leagues and salary caps

World Soccer Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021


In the NEW episode, number 238, host Kartik Krishnaiyer speaks with economist Dr. Stefan Szymanski (Soccernomics co-author) to discuss several major topics relating to the economics of world soccer, including: • Why the Premier League is...

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
10-06-21 - BR - WED - Honey Is Only Food That Lasts Forever - Cleveland Indians Merch Still For Sale w/Money Going To Native American Charities - Couple Breaks Into Closed Water Park Breaks Ankles On Slide - BV Of Weightlifter

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 29:15


Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Brady Report - Wednesday October 6, 2021

Montana Wildfire News
A 7,000 acre fire in Fergus County has closed a stretch of Highway 81

Montana Wildfire News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 1:40


Extreme fire behavior with wind-driven runs and ember spotting has pushed the South Moccasin Fire to some 7,000 acres as of noon Tuesday. The fire is burning in timber and short grass 7 miles northwest of Lewistown in Fergus County and is zero percent contained.

Montana Public Radio News
A 7,000 acre fire in Fergus County has closed a stretch of Highway 81

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 1:40


Extreme fire behavior with wind-driven runs and ember spotting has pushed the South Moccasin Fire to some 7,000 acres as of noon Tuesday. The fire is burning in timber and short grass 7 miles northwest of Lewistown in Fergus County and is zero percent contained.

Content Sells: Attract, Convert & Keep Your Ideal Clients with Content Marketing That Works

Have you ever tried to get into a popular restaurant only to be told they're booked out but they'll contact you if they have a cancellation? Or wanted to buy something from your favourite clothing store that was sold out, so you asked to be notified when it was back in stock? In this episode, your hosts, Suzi Dafnis and Michelle Falzon talk about one of the most powerful ways you can build up demand BEFORE you launch or to keep prospective customers warm when you sell out of, or temporarily close access to, your product or service… and that is the Waitlist Strategy! Listen to this episode to hear more about: What types of products, services and campaigns a Waitlist can work for. How to use the “Sold Out”, “Closed” or “Launch” type of Waitlist (and why they are very different strategies). Why understanding “buying intent” is important when deciding your Waitlist strategy. What to say to people to get them to JOIN your Waitlist. How to nurture your Waitlist so they are primed and ready to buy when you open (or re-open) your doors. Can a Waitlist go “stale”? What's the ideal length of time for someone to be on your Waitlist in order for them to buy from you? How to adopt an “all roads lead to Waitlist” approach (and why this might make sense for you). How to incentivise and reward the people on your Waitlist. And much more! Also mentioned in this episode: HerBusiness Success Mastermind Mastermind Experience 30-Day short program Belinda Weaver - Copywrite Matters Content Sells Episode 11 - The Step 2 Secret

The Bold Take Podcast
Is the Chiefs championship window closed?

The Bold Take Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 27:50


We take a look back at the biggest stories from last week. We also discuss if the 3-0 teams are pretenders or contenders, as well as our predictions for this weekend. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/austin-wader/message

Podland News
Open RSS rated good by Acast. Closed Apple Podcast app rated bad by its users. #Discuss

Podland News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 62:02


Listen to James Cridland and Sam Sethi as they celebrate 'International Podcast Day'. GUESTS:: Ross Adams and Johan Billgren from AcastNEWS: 1. Twitter has launched crypto-tipping using the lightning network: the same tool used by Podcasting 2.0 Value4Value apps. The tool uses the Strike API. It's “rolling out” on iOS.2. iOS 15's “Private Relay” has gone live: but what effect will it have on your podcast stats, and on ad-tech?  There's also a new 1.25x playback speed control in Apple Podcasts in iOS 15. 3. Love Apple Podcasts? You can now rate and review inbuilt iOS apps like Apple Podcasts. At the time of writing, Apple Podcasts was the company's worst-rated app with just 2.0 stars after 152 ratings.4. Apple Podcasts has published its most popular paid subscriptions channels, and most popular free ones. They have never done this before. 5. The world's #3 podcast app, Google Podcasts, is getting a full Material You update. “Material You” will be the new style for Android 12, which is shortly to be released.6. Research company Statistia has published a map of where podcasts are most popular. We tell you who are the top 3.7. IMDb.com have created a great landing page for all of the winners and nominees from five years of British Podcast Awards!8. A new podcast audio checking service called Vib3s has launched.9. Podcast hosting company Transistor.fm has teased their upcoming dynamic audio insertion tool. The system will offer pre-roll and post-roll.10. Podcast hosting company Captivate Audio Ltd revealed their new embeddable podcast player - it's completely screenreader accessible, responsive and has a fully customisable design. The company also promises “a big reveal” later today on International Podcast Day. (Podland's host is an advisor.)11. Wondery has launched a kids podcast subscription service, Wondery+ Kids. For $4.99, the service provides early access to new episodes and exclusive access to select episodes of favourite shows.#podcast  #podlandBuzzsprout Podcast hosting and a whole lot moreRiverside.FM Podcast recording made simple. The easiest way to record podcasts in studio quality from anywhere.

RNZ: Checkpoint
No holidaying Aucklanders for Taupō as border to stay closed

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 5:21


Aucklanders can look forward to a staycation these school holidays with the Prime Minister confirming the region is likely to stay locked down for a while yet - even if restrictions inside the city's borders are relaxed. And that means a skinny pay day for regional businesses relying on holidaying Aucklanders. Last night Checkpoint revealed the government was looking to keep a border around the region - even if levels shift. Today Te Pirimia Jacinda Ardern acknowledged the news would be hard for some people to hear but she wanted to give some clarity. The news that Aucklanders will not be able to visit Taupō in the school holidays has hit the town hard, mayor David Trewavas told Checkpoint. “Very disappointed with today's decisions, but I guess people better qualified than me make these decisions.” The town's GDP is down about 40 percent he said. “There's some desperate situations out there, and people not saying too much, and I do worry about the welfare of some of these mums and dads [with] shops and businesses.”

Wife of Crime
It's almost closed! - The murder of Faith Hedgepeth

Wife of Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 64:51


On this week's episode I tell Russ about the brutal murder of Faith Hedgepeth. Faith was a 19 year old UNC Chapel Hill student who was brutally murdered in her apartment in 2012. There are a ton of details and twists and turns that just don't make a lot of sense. This case has been unsolved for the last 9 years but just last week there was an arrest made so I really wanted to tell Russ about this one! Moral of this story... "Don't trust everything you see, because even salt looks like sugar."Become a Patron!https://www.patreon.com/wifeofcrimepodOur sponsors:thehydrojug.com Use promo code: CRIME to get 10% off! Featured podcast:Killer Queens https://www.killerqueenspodcast.com

KQED’s Forum
Palo Alto Brings Car Traffic Back to Streets Closed During the Pandemic

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 35:29


Palo Alto officials next month plan to reopen University Avenue and some other streets that had been closed to car traffic during the pandemic. Some retailers say turning streets into outdoor dining areas has hurt their businesses by reducing parking spaces and covering up storefronts. Meanwhile many restaurant owners, especially those who invested in furniture and parklets, want to keep streets closed to continue serving customers outside. Various cities are facing similar dilemmas about whether to reopen streets and effective ways to support businesses. We'll talk about how cities and residents are rethinking uses for public roadways and spaces. 

The Ben Shapiro Show
Ep. 1341 - Open Borders, Closed Country

The Ben Shapiro Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 65:17


The Biden administration slams Border Patrol even as the border remains wide open; Democrats seek to blow out the spending and regulate business into the ground; and covid hysteria continues. Check out Debunked. Where Ben Shapiro exposes leftist fallacies in 15 minutes or less. Watch the full season available only on The Daily Wire: utm.io/uc9er  Subscribe to Morning Wire, Daily Wire's new morning news podcast, and get the facts first on the news you need to know: https://utm.io/udyIF

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 782: How Two Newbies Closed Over $200k in Wholesaling Fees in Their First 6 Months

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 31:58


Nobody achieves success without first experiencing failure. That could mean anything from temporary setbacks to deals falling through or having difficulty finding leads. However, today's guests—Joel Valdiviez and Joe Matta—have learned to overcome those obstacles and have been consistently learning about the nitty-gritty parts of wholesaling as a business for the past five months. And now, they have $200,000 worth of deals and more in their pipeline! In this episode, Joel and Joe will walk us through their business journey and how they approach deals in a way that allows prospects to trust them. They will then give a quick breakdown of one of their biggest deals, which had a gross profit of $65,000. Tune in to find out more! RESOURCES: TTP Cold Calling Training Joel's Instagram Joel's Tiktok Joe's Instagram Distressed to Blessed Prosperity Homes Zillow Deal Machine

The News & Why It Matters
Ep 866 | DHS Insists the Border Is CLOSED … If Only Anyone Believed Them | Guests: Red Eagle Politics & Eric July

The News & Why It Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 45:00


As thousands of migrants from Haiti continue to cross illegally into the United States, Texas stepped up where the federal government wouldn't. DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas insisted that the border was closed, but is he just talking out both sides of his mouth? The White House says foreign nationals have to show proof of vaccination when entering the US, but illegal immigrants don't. An FDA panel recommended vaccine booster shots for only SOME Americans and Pfizer says it's safe to vaccinate some children. Meanwhile, a viral video shows daycare workers forcing a crying toddler to wear a mask, Nancy Pelosi wants to “improve” capitalism, and the “Justice for J6” rally was probably more “Fed boy summer” than anything. Note: The content of this episode does not provide medical advice. Please seek the advice of local health officials for any COVID vaccine questions & concerns. Today's Sponsors: Support a company that loves America, loves you AND shares YOUR values. Visit https://PatriotMobile.com/NEWS and get free activation with the offer code NEWS! As the world opens back up, don't let fear or nausea keep you on the sidelines. Go to https://Reliefband.com and use promo code WHY to receive 20% off plus free shipping. Our food system is fundamentally broken. The people at Uprising Food have cracked the code on healthy bread to help fix that. Go to https://uprisingfood.com/WHY to get $10 off the starter bundle. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices