Podcasts about Dimitri

  • 1,436PODCASTS
  • 5,146EPISODES
  • 50mAVG DURATION
  • 3DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • Nov 16, 2022LATEST

POPULARITY

20152016201720182019202020212022

Categories



Best podcasts about Dimitri

Show all podcasts related to dimitri

Latest podcast episodes about Dimitri

The Real News Podcast
Scott Ritter: Ukraine cannot win this war. It's a 'fantasy.'

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 40:01


Read the transcript of this podcast: https://therealnews.com/scott-ritter-dont-believe-the-hype-ukraine-cant-win-this-warReports of Ukrainian triumph and imminent Russian defeat have flooded the West since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began in February. Yet how much merit is there to this narrative? Former US Marine Corps intelligence officer and UN weapons inspector William Scott Ritter Jr. speaks with Dimitri Lascaris in a special interview for The Real News. Despite taking some ground in September's counteroffensive, the Ukrainian military has taken heavy losses and is totally dependent on external support. Moreover, Ritter argues that Ukraine's objectives in this war are unachievable, whereas Russia's can be met through a negotiated settlement. While the war rages on and attempts to sanction Russia continue to backfire, more damage is being done to the people of Europe and Ukraine than to Russia. Ultimately, what must come out of this conflict is an admission from Europe that NATO is an anachronism and a new security paradigm is needed to promote international peace and cooperation. This interview was recorded Nov. 4, 2022.William Scott Ritter Jr. is an author and pundit and a former United States Marine Corps intelligence officer and United Nations weapons inspector.Dimitri Lascaris is a lawyer, journalist and activist from Montreal, Quebec. In 2020, Dimitri ran for the leadership of the Green Party of Canada.Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Antler Up - The Final Push for PA Bow Season

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 61:01


Hey everyone, welcome to episode 147 of the Antler Up Podcast! On this week's episode Dimitri and I finally got a chance to meet up and talk a little bit about how our seasons have gone up to this point. At the time of recording this we both are preparing for our weekend hunts where we are allowed to hunt on Sunday in Pennsylvania. Dimiri shares stories regarding his two PA doe and his buck encounters stories. I share my story from halloween weekend where I had some great encounters and was drawn back on the piebald 8 point buck twice but unable to get a shot off. We discuss how we are enjoying this season and haven't let the “pressure” of producing get to us and rather really enjoy getting out there and having the opportunity to bowhunt. We finish the podcast by talking about our trailcam data so far. This is by far the best year I have ever had when it comes to getting images of mature bucks and the plans regarding cameras for the future. Thanks again everyone for the support and tuning in! With archery season beginning to wrap up in PA and other states, let us know what kind of episodes you are interested in hearing and if you had success this past year hit us up and come on the show to share your story!   Best of luck out there and Antler Up! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Francis Wolff et Jean-François Colosimo

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 96:14


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Christophe Gomart et Clément Beaune

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 95:38


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

The Hockey PDOcast
The Canadiens deep dive with Andrew Berkshire

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 49:16


Dimitri welcomes in Andrew Berskhire as the pair run through a deep dive on the Montreal Canadiens.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Stéphane Jaffard et Général Pierre de Villiers

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 95:09


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

The Hockey PDOcast
Modern hockey tactics with Jack Han

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 47:10


Dimitri is joined by Hockey Consultant & Ex NHL analyst/AHL coach Jack Han to discuss modern hockey tactics in depth. They also field some listener questions as well.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate

NFTs Made Simple
DIMITRI NIKOLAKAKIS - How Ecommerce Brands Use NFTs

NFTs Made Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 33:10


Dimitri Nikolakakis is the founder of Dimniko Agency, an eCommerce company that helps brands get noticed online and reach their target customers. He shares his experience in owning his first Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT and being part of their community where he receives exclusive benefits. What's it actually like? Dimitri dishes out the details.As a serial entrepreneur and investor, Dimitri launched a project that empowers brands in the NFT and cryptocurrency domains. He helps their NFT collection drive sales and provides benefits for their customers. The project also opens doors for collaboration between brands. With this platform, the project aims to provide brands with a massive following through their NFT collections.Resourceshttps://3commerceprotocol.com/https://dimniko.com/https://twitter.com/dim_niko_https://www.linkedin.com/in/dimitri-nikolakakis-381563124/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9QfsNNAlGOSYy53hgj-vIA/abouthttps://www.instagram.com/dim.niko/https://www.tiktok.com/@dim.niko?lang=enGet your free NFT cheat sheet here: https://www.nftsmadesimple.com/ Timecodes0:00 Introduction0:50 Introducing Dimitri Nokolakaki1:17 Dimitri's experience with Bored Ape Yacht Club 3:48 The future of Bored Ape Yacht Club8:53 Dimitri's current project15:20 Benefits of a loyalty program17:37 Customer experience25:50 Elevating the customer experience with eCommerce29:12 How to build a massive following31:30 Reach out to Dimitri Nikolakaki31:41 Rapid Fire QuestionsGet your FREE NFT Cheatsheet

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Thierry Pouch et Sarah El Haïry

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 96:10


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

The Hockey PDOcast
Making sense of the Preds + early mailbag questions

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 48:31


Dimitri welcomes Ryan Lambert to the show as they talk about the Nashville Predators. The pair crack open the mailbag as well for your listener questions.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Wharton FinTech Podcast
Dimitri Dadiomov - Founder & CEO of Modern Treasury - Building Payment Operations

Wharton FinTech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 33:04


Andrew Janssens hosts Dimitri Dadiomov, Founder & CEO of Modern Treasury. In this episode we cover topics including: - Dimitri and Modern Treasury's Y combinator journey - Building a culture at a new company - Dimitri's outlook on Real-Time Payments - Modern Treasury's reverse interview of Acquired - And much, much more! About Dimitri Dadiomov: Dimitri founded Modern Treasury in 2018 alongside his co-founders, Matt Marcus and Sam Arons. Prior to Modern Treasury Dimitri was a Principal PM at LendingHome (formerly Kiavi) responsible for building payment operations. About Modern Treasury Modern Treasury is building payment operations solutions to automate the full cycle of money movement and help businesses to implement real-time payments and close their books with continuous accounting. For more FinTech insights, follow us below: WFT Medium: medium.com/wharton-fintech WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech WFT Instagram: instagram.com/whartonfintech Andrew's Twitter: twitter.com/Adhjanssens Andrew's LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/andrew-p-janssens/

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Alberto Toscano et François Villeroy de Galhau

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 97:41


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

The Hockey PDOcast
The Calgary Flames deep dive

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 47:59


Kent Wilson joins Dimitri on the PDOcast as the pair run through an in-depth look at the struggling Calgary Flames.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Antler Up - Finding the Rut with Curt DeLattre

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 73:01


Hey everyone, welcome to episode 146 of the Antler Up Podcast! On this week's episode Dimitri and I were joined by PA native Curt DeLattre. Curt runs Ridge Raised Outdoors where he puts out some really great content. Curt is a die hard whitetail hunter and puts in a ton of time scouting to put himself in the best opportunity to kill a public land buck. Over the years Curt has really enjoyed putting in the time to find and hunt the swamps of north western PA. For this specific episode Curt shares his tactics and strategies to find the rut. He also discusses the importance of historical trailcam data and the role it plays in making a more calculated decision to hunt this time of year. We get into a whole lot of different rut hunting topics and strategies.   Curt also dives into how he hunts funnels, how to handle the lockdown period, concentrating on thick areas and why he believes PA has grown to become a big buck state! Enjoy this fun episode with some great whitetail topics! Best of luck out there and Antler Up! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Antler Up Podcast
Finding the Rut with Curt DeLattre

Antler Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 71:31


Hey everyone, welcome to episode 146 of the Antler Up Podcast!On this week's episode Dimitri and I were joined by PA native Curt DeLattre.  Curt runs Ridge Raised Outdoors where he puts out some really great content.  Curt is a die hard whitetail hunter and puts in a ton of time scouting to put himself in the best opportunity to kill a public land buck.  Over the years Curt has really enjoyed putting in the time to find and hunt the swamps of north western PA.  For this specific episode Curt shares his tactics and strategies to find the rut.  He also discusses the importance of historical trailcam data and the role it plays in making a more calculated decision to hunt this time of year.  We get into a whole lot of different rut hunting topics and strategies.  Curt also dives into how he hunts funnels, how to handle the lockdown period, concentrating on thick areas and why he believes PA has grown to become a big buck state! Enjoy this fun episode with some great whitetail topics!  Best of luck out there and Antler Up!Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Clovis Cornillac et Franz-Olivier Giesbert

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 96:26


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

English Bible Study
2 Samuel 20:22-22:2 - Bible Study - Fr. Mina Dimitri

English Bible Study

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 44:26


Fr. Mina continues the Inn Bible Study with 2nd Samuel chapters 20-22.

2 samuel dimitri bible study fr
Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Wally Adeyemo et Nadine Morano

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 95:08


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

The Broken Record Radio Show
Red For Ed But Not In Like The Communist Way Or Wait Is It It Might Be

The Broken Record Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 107:40


Full Episode 11-7-22 - In this episode, friend of the show Dimitri stops by to update us on teacher strikes and the inside info on what's going on at Roseland School District. Louie stops by to talk about how this relates to gentrification. Egg nog doesn't have to have alcohol. WHAT?

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec François Gemenne et Guillaume Peltier

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 94:46


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

Subliminal Jihad
#130 - BAD MOON RHIZOME, Part One: Tracing the Moonie Octopus (with @Alisa_Mahjoub)

Subliminal Jihad

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 142:19


Dimitri and Khalid talk to ex-Moonie @Alisa_Mahjoub about the Unification Church of Reverend Sun Myung Moon, including: growing up as a Second Generation Blessed Child in Indiana and realizing the Moon Organization was nefarious, the Moonie-adjacent assassination of Shinzo Abe, John Gorenfeld's ill-fated 2004 book “Bad Moon Rising” and conspiracy shitcoating in the publishing industry, Moon's early days in (future) North Korea and Japan, running a spy ring/sex cult in Pyongyang, Colonel Bo Hi Pak, buying influence in Washington, possible interlocks with MK-ULTRA, manufacturing a Manchurian Messiah, Moral Re-Armament hitting ‘em high and Scientology hitting ‘em low, Belgian noble suslord Arnaud de Borchgrave running the Washington Times, Qanon synchronicities with the Shincheonji Church of Jesus and Falun Gong, Moon bankrolling the American Right throughout the 70s and 80s, and more. Part 1 of 2. Follow Deprogramming Imperialism on Twitter and Instagram: @no_more_cults How Well Do You Know Your Moon blog: https://howwelldoyouknowyourmoon.tumblr.com For access to full-length premium episodes and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad.

The Hockey PDOcast
The Seattle Kraken deep dive

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:52


Dimitri welcomes in Monday regular Cam Charron back to The Hockey PDOcast as the two of them conduct a deep dive on Seattle Kraken.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Mathieu Flonneau et Franck Riester

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 96:21


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

Subliminal Jihad
[PREVIEW] #129 - COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SUSLORDS: A Subliminal History of Cybernetics (with Jay)

Subliminal Jihad

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 8:49


For access to full-length premium episodes and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad. Dimitri, Khalid, and Jay the Neuroscientist (@The_Hague_ICC) conclude their exploration of cybernetics with a discussion of: RD Laing's “anti-psychiatry”, Laing's decade at the Tavistock Institute, Dr. Jolly West and the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic, Syd Barrett going insane on LSD despite (because of?) Laing's “guidance”, Laing and Leary, Laing vs. Stokely Carmichael, the Dimes Square Fascist Humiliation Ritual, Heinz von Foerster and Second Order Cybernetics, Foerster's Theosophist grandmother Marie Lang, the Doomsday Equation, Protestant gifted child/future Macy Conference chairman Warren Sturgis McCullough and Henry Sloane Coffin, Bertram Borden Boltwood, “The Minds of Men” documentary, Alex Gibney's stepfather Peter Sloane Coffin getting tapped into Skull and Bones by George H.W. Bush, “The Ultimate Think Tank: The Rise of the Santa Fe Institute Libertarian”, Robert Maxwell and PROMIS, Ghislaine's twin sisters Christine and Isabel Maxwell, Carl Djerassi and Alexander Djerassi, the “Friends” of Libya and Syria Conferences, Reddit power-moderator u/maxwellhill, Cormac McCarthy, Zorro Ranch, and Jeffrey Epstein bankrolling the co-optation of cybernetic thought to advance the sinister philanthrocapitalist agenda of the sicko ruling class.

The Hockey PDOcast
The weekly Friday Mailbag featuring Thomas Drance

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 49:27


Dimitri welcomes Thomas Drance in studio as the pair crack open the weekly Friday Mailbag and answer your questions.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

The Hockey PDOcast
A goalie deep dive with Kevin Woodley

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 48:55


Kevin Woodley of InGoal Magazine makes an in-studio appearance alongside Dimitri as the pair run through a full NHL goalie deep dive.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Eddy Mitchell et Gabriel Attal

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 96:39


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Général Richard Lizurey et Christophe Guilluy

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 95:31


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

The Hockey PDOcast
The Golden Knights deep dive with Jesse Granger

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 48:43


Dimitri welcomes Jesse Granger of The Athletic Las Vegas to conduct a Vegas Golden Knights deep dive following the hot start to their season.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Antler Up Podcast
Setting Yourself Up for Rut Success w/ Ryan Glitsky

Antler Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 65:02


Hey everyone, welcome to episode 145 of the Antler Up Podcast!On this week's episode Dimitri and I were joined by PA native Ryan Glitsky.  Ryan is a true woodsman and a very successful whitetail hunter.  Ryan spends a ton of time in the timber and has had a ton of success hunting the rut over the years.  It is a perfect time to have Ryan on and talk about some rut topics.  These topics include what Ryan contributes to his success during the rut, how his hunting strategy from October with hunting scrapes and security cover switches a little to hunting over terrain features and the importance of doe bedding.  Ryan mentions the importance of finding deer concentration and how post season scouting sets you up for success, adapting and not worrying about pressure and a heck of a lot more is packed in this episode to get you ready for a fun and successful rut!Ryan also dives into what sign is good enough to set up on, when an all day sit needs to pivot, using historical camera data and scouting data will help you during the early part of the rut and what obstacles a hunter should try to avoid!  Best of luck out there and Antler Up!Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!

The Best Show with Tom Scharpling
ROB HALFORD! LIVE MUSIC FROM BLACK LIPS! GRIFFIN NEWMAN! DIMITRI FROM HALLOWEEN HAVEN!

The Best Show with Tom Scharpling

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 181:24


A BEST SHOW for the record books! Metal legend ROB HALFORD talks to Tom about comedy, Heavy Metal Parking Lot and his amazing new book, “Biblical!” If that's not enough, THE BLACK LIPS perform live from Forever Dog! GRIFFIN NEWMAN stops by to chat with Tom! And JASON "DUDIE" GORE shares some of his latest commercials! Also, Tom gets a call from DIMITRI at Halloween Haven! WATCH THE BEST SHOW LIVE EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT 6PM PT ON TWITCH https://www.twitch.tv/bestshow4life SUPPORT THE BEST SHOW ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/TheBestShow WATCH VIDEO EPISODES OF THE BEST SHOW: https://www.youtube.com/bestshow4life FOLLOW THE BEST SHOW: https://twitter.com/bestshow4life https://instagram.com/bestshow4life https://tiktok.com/@bestshow4life THE BEST SHOW IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST https://thebestshow.net https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-best-show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Antler Up - Setting Yourself Up for Rut Success w/ Ryan Glitsky

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 66:32


Hey everyone, welcome to episode 145 of the Antler Up Podcast! On this week's episode Dimitri and I were joined by PA native Ryan Glitsky. Ryan is a true woodsman and a very successful whitetail hunter. Ryan spends a ton of time in the timber and has had a ton of success hunting the rut over the years. It is a perfect time to have Ryan on and talk about some rut topics. These topics include what Ryan contributes to his success during the rut, how his hunting strategy from October with hunting scrapes and security cover switches a little to hunting over terrain features and the importance of doe bedding. Ryan mentions the importance of finding deer concentration and how post season scouting sets you up for success, adapting and not worrying about pressure and a heck of a lot more is packed in this episode to get you ready for a fun and successful rut! Ryan also dives into what sign is good enough to set up on, when an all day sit needs to pivot, using historical camera data and scouting data will help you during the early part of the rut and what obstacles a hunter should try to avoid! Best of luck out there and Antler Up! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

English Bible Study
2 Samuel 19:24-20:21 - Bible Study - Fr. Mina Dimitri

English Bible Study

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 48:30


Fr. Mina continues the Inn Bible Study.

2 samuel dimitri bible study fr
The Hockey PDOcast
NHL standouts with Shayna Goldman

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 48:19


Dimitri welcomes Shayna Goldman of The Athletic to highlight the most notable performances in this young NHL season. She also runs through the top players to add to your fantasy hockey lineups.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Wannabe Walk-Ons - A Nebraska Football Fan Podcast
2022 Illinois Reaction/Minnesota Preview + Scriptown Brewing Company!

Wannabe Walk-Ons - A Nebraska Football Fan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 76:23


On this week's episode, Ben & Drew profile Scriptown Brewing Company in Omaha, Nebraska's Blackstone District, react to Nebraska's loss to Illinois, and preview Nebraska's matchup against Minnesota. What we drank: Dimitri's Revenge Russian Imperial Stout from Scriptown Brewing Company Follow Wannabe Walk-Ons on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @WannabeWalkOns. Send us your beer recommendations by visiting WannabeWalkOns.com. Call the 'Wannabe Talk-Ons' Hotline after every game and leave us a message with your hot take/game reaction: 402-427-0258! Don't forget to subscribe to Wannabe Walk-Ons, a Nebraska Football Fan Podcast, on your favorite podcast platform. For more information on the Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild visit Nebraska.beer! Thanks for listening and Drink Big Red!

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Benoît Gallot et Bertrand Périer

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 97:20


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

Avant d'aller dormir
Episode 36 : Mon Carebot

Avant d'aller dormir

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 71:45


Installez-vous confortablement au fond de votre lit, remontez la couette jusqu'au menton et fermez les yeuxLes histoiresMon Carebot, par PhilL'entreprise de ma femme, par Genuinely GrimMerci à tous les auteurs, n'hésitez pas vous aussi, à envoyer vos histoires sur hello@avantdallerdormir.frOn en parle dans l'épisodeLa vidéo réalisée avec le TIC44 et le CSCS44, l'association des Sourds de NantesLa chaine Twitch de Yop, abonnez-vous pour assister à la FAQ pimentée ;)Rejoignez-nousDiscordInstagram | FacebookYouTube | TwitchTwitterNotre siteNotre répondeur : 0749252790Soutenez-nousSur Patreon. Un remerciement à nos nouveaux patrons : Corine, Liliom, Laura, Victoire, Nemesis, Marie, Charly, Maëva, Wilrayd, Lilly_la_fée, Nouch, Jonathan, Rollin et NicolasEn nous mettant une note sur SensCritique, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, ou Podcast AddictL'équipe

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Juliette Dumont et Monseigneur Matthieu Rougé

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 98:24


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

The Remind Me to Tell You Podcast
Episode 152: Couldn't Be Me Tho

The Remind Me to Tell You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 94:50


M. Teezy & Dimitri discuss new music such as Westside Gunn's "10" album and how dope it is that he's bringing legends into the Griselda sound/world, Armani Caesar's "The Liz 2" album and how she may be readying to take her sound to another level, Smino's "Luv 4 Rent" album and how we expect to hear more from him now that he's in his new deal, Jeezy's "Snofall" album and how his maturity helped get him to link back with DJ Drama and the music shows and so much more!

Subliminal Jihad
[PREVIEW] #128 - SCHISMOGENESIS: A Subliminal History of Cybernetics, Part 3 (with Jay)

Subliminal Jihad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 24:23


For access to full-length premium episodes and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad. Dimitri and Khalid reconvene with Jay the Neuroscientist (@The_Hague_ICC) to finish their exploration of cybernetics, including: suslord anthropologist Gregory Bateson's “double bind” theory, Cathy O'Brien, from schismogenesis to schizophrenia, the coloniality of anthropology, Bateson's psychological work for the OSS, the American family as a “weaning machine”, Bateson's interpretation of the state-sponsored “native revivals” of Soviet Central Asia, Bateson's curious “break” with the OSS after WW2, his pivotal role in conceiving the CIA with Will Bill Donovan, Harold Abramson dosing Frank Fremont Smith, LSD in Palo Alto, Dr. Leo Hollister, NLP and NXIVM's biofeedback experiments, Keith Raniere's patent for rehabilitating a Luciferian, RD Laing's schizophrenia research, Aldous Huxley, schizophrenia-as-enlightenment, Freud's early seduction theory, and Victorian fainting rooms as cybernetic stabilization mechanism.

Successful Life Podcast
Successful Life Podcast | Learn Digital Marketing from the Pros with Jeff Bowab

Successful Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 49:29


 Want to learn digital marketing? Look no further than the Successful Life Podcast. Hosted by Corey Berrier, this podcast features interviews with top experts in SEO, PPC, and other digital marketing strategies.   Welcome to the Successful Life Podcast. I am your host, Corey Berrier, and here with my man, Jeff Bowab. What's up, Jeff? Corey, man, it's nice to see you again. Nice to be on the show. Yes, sir. It's been a. We've been trying to get this thing going for a couple of months now. I got to meet; I just want to tell a quick story. I got to meet you, Jeff, at the revolt event, and, For I'm not going to call out how old you are. You're probably in your late forties, but you moved quicker than any dude on that. I will say I enjoyed it, I'm glad we were on the same team for football, and I wish I were the age you called out. I'm a little bit older, so you know, you pay the price the next couple of days. The hamstrings were screaming the next couple of days. Yeah, without a doubt. Jeff, tell everybody a little; I know you're the vice president of Sales for Ryno Strategic Solutions. If you want just to give a little bit of a high-level overview of who you are and what you do and a little bit about Rhino, that'd be great. For sure. Thanks. So we are a digital marketing company for the trades. We aim to be the most reputable digital marketing company in the trades to all English-speaking Lang. Company or countries. So been in the trades for about 15 years. Our specialty started out as HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. I know some verticals near and dear to your heart as well. In the last year or so, we recently got into the roofing space, which is where we met again. We do some other things as well. Garage doors, stuff like that. But that's been our niche over the last 15 years. We also have, as we were talking about before, a podcast the point is probably currently the number one podcast in the home services space. Cory, not to plug another podcast on your podcast cause I love yours as well. I'll be honest; Jeff probably has two shows a month. I talk about something that you guys are doing because I love listening to the people you bring on because I get to learn something from everybody. And I'll just tell you, as of recent Ryan. This guy was on, and he may have been on the last time or show before last; as soon as I heard him talking and understanding what the problem is that our friend Dan Antonelli, he's a year out, I thought I needed to connect with this guy because I need this guy in my back pocket. So I.  And because of your guy's podcast, I connected with this gentleman, and now we have a strategic partnership. That's because of you guys. I would've never, and it would've never happened if I hadn't been for you guys. I love Ryan. I got to meet him at we did an event in Nashville together. First time I met him in person, and he's so intentional. His thought process is so systematic. And then his designs are unique. When he did, I'm sure he showed you some stuff. When he sent us his playbook on, how he went to market, what his thought process was, and then ultimately, how some of the design looked. I like him, and his core values align with ryno's core values. So I was glad I could make the introduction for you guys. Yeah, for sure. He's super, and his brother's super too. I got a chance to chat with him for a little while, and they're just good people. And I think they've got something. Anyhow. I guess that was just a quick note to add to that, which I enjoy. I do enjoy the show. So you guys have got some exciting things coming up. I know. I know you've got some exciting things coming up in November, right? Are you referring to my vacation or the first show that we go to? Maybe both. Yeah, I'm going to. I will be taking a long-needed vacation here in a coup next Saturday. But after I get back, we've got some things going on. One is both roofs related this year. We're returning for our second year as a VIP sponsor at Roof Con in Orlando, roofing.com. November 6th through the. We'll be in Orlando with our friends from Revolt and Roof Con. Super excited about that. And if anyone's listening and has never been to that event, I can tell you it's a banger. Then we'll go to the first week of December to the Roofing Process Conference with Dimitri Lapinski. He's putting that on out in Las Vegas. And that is December 1st and second. I believe it's at the MGM. Don't quote me. But we'll also be partying on the third because that's my birthday, and someone else's for rhino's birthday. So we're probably going to stay a day over, hang out in Vegas, and have a good time. That's going to be awesome. Need, that's going to be remarkable. Is Dimitri, do I know Dimitri? I think I know. He's pretty; he's an influencer on Facebook for sure. I'm sure you've seen his stuff with Dmitri Lapinski. You could look him up. He does many great things for the industry, so we're excited to do Roof con and that. Then we'll come back around in early next year. Rhino in. It puts on, I believe, the most reputable H V A C plumbing electrical event in the industry. We've just recently announced, I know you've seen Nelly will be performing at the event. We have not announced our main headliner yet, but last year we had Mike Tyson, the Great Mike Tyson, and Larry Fitzgerald from the Cardinals. Going to be a first-time Hall of Fame, first-ballot hall of Famer. The year before that, we had Gary Vaynerchuck and Terry Nicolson. So this year it's going to be amazing. 50. Of the country's top plumbing, electrical, and HVAC contractors. It's essentially like a day-and-a-half think tank. Everything that's going on in the industry, how you can get better, and how you can scale your business will have some great speakers. Terry Nicholson from practice S10 will be there. Dave Geiger from Horizon will be there. I think Ken Goodrich will be back from the ghetto. He'll be there, and I believe Ken Haynes from the Wrench Group will be back. He was at our first one as well. So man, really fantastic lineup. Super man. That sounds awesome. It's so funny. I was just talking to John Miraca yesterday. We were just talking about him coming to the event this year, and he was just telling me how much he enjoyed it last year. So on and so forth. I didn't think about that when we were talking earlier. It's invite-only, correct? It's you have to purchase a ticket. So we make it very exclusive. The tickets are expensive, but I can tell you the return on investment that people have walked away from relationships to the strategies that they've learned. I don't want to, you. Give it away. But Ken Goodrich gave some excellent tips last year on how to negotiate with suppliers and things like that. It has changed the game, I believe. There are a lot of significant events. I'm probably a little biased, but I think this is the best one out there. It's almost like magic. It's tough to explain what happens in those groups. It's tough to explain. The conversations develop once you get in that room, and it's hard. It's hard even to imagine because I think a lot of those conversations start, from a place, because most people are there because they want to help one another. I would be willing to bet everybody's there to help one another. So when you have that many people with a servant at heart in one place, it's incredible what can happen. Agreed. I think Ryno tries to be a servant leader in the market. We're a for-profit business like everybody. One of our core values is genuinely caring and giving back we want to be able to do those things for people. So I think just edifying the industry has been our goal. And I think our thought process is, to your point, if you're a servant leader, Zig Ziegler said, If you help enough people get what they want, you will automatically get what you want. So I think Rhino believes the same. We want to give back. We want to serve the industry, and we know because of that, people will be drawn to what we do. A hundred percent. That is an excellent lead-in for my next question, which I wanted to ask you. I hear Chris talk about this a lot. And you and I have talked about it. You guys do one day a month, and I can't remember what day it is or how the structure is, but can you just talk about the service that you do that one day a month? I think it's imperative to highlight that. Because most comp, I think most, I don't know if most companies do that. I guess they probably do not I haven't run across too many that consistently provide. Service like you're about to tell us about. So I'd love to hear about that. Yeah, and I know we talked about this kind of off, off the show, and we're excited about we do service days. It used to be one day a month, but rhino's gotten so big we had to split it up into two days because most non-profits we volunteer at can't handle the number of people we have. So what it is, again, one of our core values is, giving back. To be a ryno, you must be on board with us to give back to the community. I was just out in Phoenix last week and participated in a service day there, and we worked at a wildlife refuge for animals and most birds, but they do have some other things. So we got to see some bald eagles, some condos, So they're doing a cool thing and so our team probably of about, 30 or 40 people on this day. We gave back, cleaned up, cleaned cages, cleaned, trimmed things, and picked up trash just to support this organization. Because Ryno wants, we do believe in serving our local community. And then, for those of us that are remote, like me, I live in Virginia. We go out and serve our local communities. So, I've got a church that I like to volunteer at. So that's what I do. A couple of other people work at Parks and things like that. So it's a huge part of what we do at Rhino. And we also like to align ourselves with potential clients who believe in giving back. Like one of my favorite clients that we work with, they give back at any hour. So we like to align ourselves and walk the. Sure it makes sense. It breeds a pretty great company culture when you do things like that. Yeah. One the items, if someone has seen our website and, we try to send out our recruiting videos that touch on all of these things, the culture at Rhino, the giving back, how we treat our teammates and care for them, we are a big believer in that because of you. Of course, we go to work for a paycheck, but people want to be part of something bigger than just that. Most people, especially younger people, are not necessarily motivated by money. It's. Sense of accomplishment, culture, and working for a great team. The team cares about their work; their work is essential. And I think that Rhino checks all of those boxes from the giving back and the employer standpoint. So if people are looking for a great company, I feel Ryno is an excellent place to be a part of. It certainly sounds that way. I think that you mentioned something, and then I just drew a complete blank. That's all right. It'll come back to me. Oh, you mentioned that people want more than money. That this is precisely what I just talked about at Connect for PHCC. You're right. You're a hundred percent right, and I wonder. Chris is about my age, so I wonder if he understands this because I get it. I understand I'm an old soul, but I also appreciate the younger generation cause I'm right there in the middle. And he's, I think he's the, I think he's the same age as I am. And so I guess that makes it really, I think it makes it a lot easier to swallow both cols, Generations, The old, like the boomer generation, so to speak, and then the Gen Zs and the millennials. But I think a lot of folks in the trades don't think, I know it's really hard to get their head wrapped around bringing these younger people in and doing things a bit differently than how they've been doing them. Yeah, I agree. It's funny, even though I'm on the sales side, we'll talk to a lot of sales folks that want to come on board to Ryno, and their number one driver is also not money, which is, crazy to me growing up in kind of the Glen Gary, Glen Ross, type of generation boiler room, things like that where you want to be able to serve people. One of the great things about what we do at Rhino is, yes, people want to. By, by our marketing services, but we're serving them. We talk a lot in our meetings. Hey, if it's Corey's, H V A C, Corey's gotta pay his people, and Corey's gotta put food on his table. So we're very mindful of that. We're here to serve those folks. We want to go above and beyond for them because we know whatever investment they make with us, it's a lot for them. Yeah, it is crucial. Like money is essential. Don't get me wrong. We all need to pay our bills, and people wanna make money. But I do think people. To be a part of a team and the greater good of something. So that's, again it's a cool thing about what we do, and I think it resonates with many of our customers. I'm sure it does. I'm sure it does. It is as it should be, and I think it's a good representation of how companies should look at things because I do believe that if you have a good company culture If you have core values, you hire and fire by your core values. I think that you got a good org. You've probably got an excellent organization. . Yeah, I agree. And then plus Rhino throws the best Christmas party anyone's ever seen. So if anyone ever filed us on social media last year, we had Flow Rider at our Christmas party the year before we had Julio rest in peace and tone lo, and even if you remember, way back, we had a young mc who sang Bust to move. So yes. We do some incredible things. We are big believers. Work hard, but we're going to reward our team and play hard. Our Christmas parties are pretty legendary. We have a lot of clients that want to come, and it's just to reward the Rhino team. That is super. So, Corey, you can't go. No offense. I can't come. Dang, it. So I was waiting for you to say, but Corey, you could come. That is fantastic. So Jeff, let me see here. Let me just look at my notes here. I was going to ask you about a couple of other things. I know people want to know about shifting a little bit over to more of the business. You know this, Every marketing company says they can do a million different things. They all say they can do this, that another, and they can do it better than everybody else. So why? Why would somebody? What makes you all different? Yeah, I think that's a great question because I believe our contractors get asked the same thing by homeowners, right? Hey, somebody came out and looked at my HVAC system. How are you guys different? And I don't, I think, I don't know if that's the correct question. It understands what the customer needs because we all have strategies like, I'm a huge sports guy, and look at quarterbacks, right? Some throw the ball better than others, but they have different mechanics. Some are running quarterbacks; some are throwing quarterbacks. Some move around the pocket, and some don't. There are always other ways you can do things, but the most important thing, as a marketing company, is understanding what the client wants and their cadence. The company is honest, the marketing company, being honest and saying, yes, we're excellent at that. I often think the same way in the industry and with contractors. They will tell people what they want to hear to acquire their business. Knowing that they don't, that they're not excellent in that. And I can tell you; there are a lot of times that I'll tell customers like, We would love to serve you as a client, but we're not excellent in what you're asking us to do. Or, That's not what we do. I'd be glad to refer you over to somebody else of the people that we work with. But if I'm being frank with you, That's not what we do. So I think one thing Rhino is excellent at, and I'm constantly talking to our team about, is another core value, transparency. Be transparent. Tell them if someone asks you to do something that doesn't align with what we do. And. 99 times out of a hundred, they'll appreciate that. They're going to say, Thank you for being so honest. Other companies have just tried to grab my money and wanted to sign me up as perfect examples. Many customers will come to us and say, I'm unhappy with what's going on currently with my other marketing company; we'll take a look and say, Hey, look that. We can't work on it, or it will not convert correctly. It's not going to deliver the highest ROI now, but I'll say other companies will take it because they know there's a lot of money in the marketing, not necessarily in the website. So we'll tell people, Hey, if you want to work with Ryno, here's the solution, and it's probably going to include a new website. You don't have to do that. Everyone else will take your money and take your business without doing. And then what's going to happen is you'll be back in the same boat you were in right now, unhappy with your results. And then you'll come back to Rhino a year later and go, I should have listened to you guys because now it costs me double because I had to go through another lousy scenario. So I think that's what makes us different. A couple of other things. We've been in the space for 15 years, and all we do is trades like plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and roofing garage doors. That's all we do. If you said to me, Hey, we also own a restaurant in our local town. We couldn't help you. We don't know the restaurant game; it's slightly different. We're going to be fully transparent with them. We're also not going to push them to sell them anything. We'll educate them on what's going on with their marketing, and they could leave that meeting with us and be much more educated. It probably improved some things without signing up for Rhino. Back to the enlightenment. We want to edify and educate the industry, and hopefully, people will say, I align with that. That's how we treat our customers. We would like to do business with you. Absolutely. Interestingly, you say it. I and I didn't, I didn't know that's exactly how you did it, to be honest with you. But that's precisely how I work with people. I in, in, I, I used something similar to what you guys do, not with the team you do, but. So I listen to people's calls, right? That's how I understand what the problems are. I listen to CSRs, and I listen to the technicians, and I figure out where the problems are, and there are always problems with every single company out there. I don't care who you are; there's always a problem, and I'm not saying that it's a big problem that you need to fix, but there are always problems, and there are always things you can improve on. And so that gives me a perfect look. Exactly what's happening, and then I can give you the exact solution to fix that problem instead of just giving you a blanket solution, as many people do. I just don't; I don't believe in that anyway, so I provide that report after I do all the calls and do all my analysis, then I provide that report. And then, if the customer wants to move forward, then great if then we could talk about that. But if they don't, you've got a pretty good amount of information to go off of. . Yeah, agreed. A hundred percent. We're believers of the old sales; school was transactional. Hey, would you like to buy this widget? How much does it cost? It cost $5. Would you like to buy it? Yes or no? Now we've moved into because we have so many resources at our hands to be consultants. Tell me your pain points because, no offense, Mr. HVAC contractor, there are 50 people. Within 10 miles of you, that also do HVAC. So, people aren't buying your box; they're buying your solution to their problem. So we want to be consultants to people that call in and give them some good advice, whether they go with Rhino or not. We want to be suitable to the industry and treat the industry well. Eventually, all, we always say, all roads lead back to Ryno. Eventually, they're going to come back to us regardless. If we've done an excellent job for them if we've cheated them correctly, and if we've stood by our values of educating the customer versus trying to sell them to do something. The excellent news is that RYNO is in a position. We don't need to sell anybody anything. We're, we do well. We've earned our reputation in the industry. So we try to educate folks; even if you want to call us up and ask us some questions and you have no intention of coming over to Rhino, we'll still help you. I love that. I think it's crucial too. That resource. I think it's important, and I agree with you. You know this because I talked briefly with you the other day. And just like I mentioned with Ryan, it makes sense for me to be aligned with people who can do the things that I can't do because that helps everybody around me and makes me look good. And it helps my customer. Yeah. It also makes me the. Is that why you wanted to be on my football team? Because you couldn't catch the ball. That's right. . I'm just playing with you, man. I really can't see the ball. I really could not grab the ball. I'm really; you're an excellent pass rusher. You're an excellent pass rusher and a blocker. I could block a little bit. There you go. Yeah. That was so much fun. Poor Josh's leg was destroyed. We'll never forget that weekend. We will never forget that week. It's so impactful. I believe they just finished up the other one, right? They did. They do 3, 4, 5 of them a year. I think I've been to like five of 'em now. So always love going and just the brotherhood. That's how we met. And it's almost like your college roommate or something. You just stay in touch. Yeah, it's probably the, it's, it is by far the most impactful event that I have been to for sure. Yeah. Yeah. I enjoyed it, and to anybody, and I, you don't even have to be a roofer to go and get something out of this event. I think if you're any trades for that wrong era, hell, if you're a man and you want to go into a group where you can learn from other men in your industry, this is that's where I would recommend people go. Yeah. Personal development was just as significant as business development. Yep. So anyone listening, Revolt is a great group. And there are other folks outside of HVAC or roofing contractors who are on in the group. For sure. So you all alright, so you said that Roofing's reasonably new to RYNO, and I know that, so you've been dabbling in that space for about a year now, right? Yeah, we've been a little over a year now. Chris and I went to, I think, our first introduction; we went to I e a couple of years ago, which was in Vegas, to see just check out the landscape. We sat in it on some marketing breakout groups there and thought, Wow. They are behind when it comes to digital marketing. So we thought it was an excellent place to be able to serveBleed as we do in HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. We started making some key meetings with some industry leaders, like Hunter at Revolt and John died, the American contractor. I bled over to Roof Con last year. We got to meet some incredible people. Aaron Christie with Indy Roof, Paul Reed, and Eric Opim with, Roofers in Recovery. A great group. So it's just been amazing how it's steamrolled; it's been like an avalanche picking up. And we are super excited, here in Wow, three weeks to be back in Orlando to do that. We've. Chris will be on the marketing panel there. Mike Venidis he's our chief Experience officer at Ryno. He will be doing a breakout, and then this year, I'll be doing a keynote on the main stage. So we got three people from Rhino talking about some great stuff. So we're super excited. That's incredible. I'm, yeah, I'm excited. I'm excited for you. It will be a huge event, and I believe they've sold out all the sponsorship. I'm pretty sure that sold; I saw that not long ago. I think. Are you going to be going, Corey? I'm planning to be there, yes. All right. I will sneak you into the v I p. Party last day. But yeah, it's a great event. Very intentional. Touchdown. Tim Tebow's going to be there speaking. John Maxwell will be back. You can't get better than John Maxwell. So I'm humbled that I will be on the same stage as those guys. I bet that's super. I think Tim Tebo is at the event that's going on right now. I think he is he's pretty in demand. You talk about a servant leader that gives back. He's got great faith; he is a big believer in giving back. So I like touchdown Timmy, and I think he got a raw deal in the NFL. I'm just going to go on record and. I don't remember exactly, to be honest. I don't know exactly what happened, but I did; I do remember he things went sideways for him. Yeah. I don't know. Yeah, it's okay. He's doing; I think his calling was, serving the world and giving back and things like that outside of football. The good news is I think football gave them the platform to be able to do that. I think you're; I think that's probably a fair assessment. For sure. So you mentioned Michael's, the chief cust say, what was he again? Does experience officer go into? Can you explain that to me real quick? Yeah. We're big believers of, So Mike, man, Mike's got an incredible story. I want to tag him in this so he can see it. But Mike started off on our call listening and reporting team, right? So one of the things that we provide for all our clients is we listen to all the calls that come in for many reasons to tell you what campaign it comes from at SEO, Pay Per Click, and Google Guarantee. What cities did it come from? Was it a repair job? Was it a new roof job? So we want to give you a lot of valuable data to help you determine your return on investment. So Mike started in the call listening and reporting team, and he has moved up. He's been with the organization for over ten years now. That says a lot about him as far as his staying power goes and you. We are such a believer in giving that customer a great experience. So Mike heads that up now. He and I work closely on a couple of projects together. I can't, can't say enough great things about him. He's at Service World right now, as we discussed. He does a great job within Rhino to make sure that our customer-facing teams and teams that give our customers experience, that he makes sure that runs super. That is, that, that's, that, that's a great story. I've interacted with Mike a couple of times. And he seemed to be super friendly. Yeah. Super nice guy. Yeah, he's excellent. He was giving me a hard time at about six o'clock this morning, texting me about something. So Mike's a great guy. He lives and breathes the core values of Rhino, and again, he started off at the very bottom to work his way up to the executive team at Rhinos. So great. That is, that's a super story. So  I want to go back for just one second. You mentioned something said when we were at one of the events a couple of years ago, we noticed that the roofing industry was a bit behind your current HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. So what are you seeing now? It's fast forward a couple of years. What are you seeing now? How and are. Are there other areas in which roofing's also behind, or are they catching up? How does that look now? I think on the job estimation side, some of the software people are still debating on the best software out there to do roof estimations and send out proposals. So that's something that I've seen. I just think, for whatever reason, they've just seemed to be a little behind. And I think some of the guys I've talked to would agree. And I can only really speak from a marketing standpoint. They've been doing some just rudimentary, some beginning marketing. And it's like many roofers we talk about haven't experienced Google, right? Like they just haven't taken. Leap into Google, and I always ask everyone when I talk to them, I'm like, All right, forget roofing for a second. What do we do if we need something in life, clothes, vacations, or home services? We pull out our phones and start to do a search. So I tell people like, you're not there representing on Google. in your personal life, you just told me you use Google for everything. Why would roofs be any different? They wouldn't be right. Even if. People will say I chase storms, it's insurance work, and things like that. Guess what? If you knock on their door, if you leave a flyer, if you make contact with them, they're probably still, when you leave their house, they're going to Google you. And if everything you've said about your business, if your website does not match up to those words, they're going to be like, Man, this guy's like a slick salesperson. Not only crucial for a direct lead that comes in, but really for the protection of your brand, your current business, and then all of your word of mouth, you want to make sure that website is set up so it's going to convert. And again, this is. Also, profit's going to be one if someone needs a roof. There's no storm damage or anything, but the roof is 18, 20 years old, and it's had some leak. Now it's time for a roof. They're going to Google like roofing contractors, roof repair roofers near me in the market where you're in Fort Lauderdale, Virginia Beach, Raleigh, North Carolina. You've got to be there, right? Not only for the people looking for you but those who don't know they're looking for you. They haven't made a decision on who they're going to use. It's starting to get a little bit better, right? And that's, again, why we're here and why we speak so much and why we try to do education. So I think it's gotten better, but I still think there's work to do in the industry. . I'm glad you are helping those guys out. You brought up Google, you said when you brought up Google, ago, I want, I want to ask you, have you seen issues with Google? My business, And I'll tell you why I'm asking this question. My Google, my business got flagged, and it has taken me six months to figure out what happened. And guess what? I just pulled something out of the air, and that's what I think happened. It's a pretty solid guess that's what happened. But are you seeing that with a lot of your local companies? Is Google my business action funny for you guys? Cause I hear this more often than not. There have been a couple of hiccups here recently, and Google, my business, believe it or not, changed its name to its Google business profile now. So that's the new thing. But there have been a couple of hiccups, and I think that's why it's essential to have a marketing company that, you know, has access to Google because, as you probably know, Google. It is not on a timeframe like you might be on a timescale. Google is not on your timeframe, and they're hard to get ahold of sometimes. So you want to have a marketing company that understands how the maps work and the Google business profile, like how you tag things in there. Like you want to make sure you're with a company. It's like me saying, Eh, there's a roof. My roof has a. I could probably go watch some YouTube videos and bump my way around, but that's not what I do. I would call a roofer. So I always tell roofers, Why do you treat your marketing differently? You should outsource it to an expert because Mr. Roofer, you would tell me, Don't get up on your roof and try to fix that roof. You're probably going to do some additional damage you don't know. I tell the roofers the same thing. Stop messing around in your marketing; you're probably doing some ancillary damage you don't even know about. Call an expert. Yeah. And really, and for anybody that's listening, and this is, if this resonates with you like it's not a, it's not a call. The marketing's not really; it's not a cost. And I think a lot of people look at the market. As a line item, as a cost. But I wouldn't argue; I would guarantee that pouring money into marketing should net you more money. That's why you pour money into marketing to make more money. If you've had an experience with someone that hasn't happened, then maybe I can understand being frustrated because I've been there. I think we've all been there at some point. At the end of the day, you have to find somebody you can trust to show you what those results will be. Yeah. Agreed. And I often tell the business owner, " Forget your business for a second. Let's see how life operates, right? I have been to Dunkin Donuts before, and for the most part, they nail my coffee all the. But there have been times they messed up my order and gave me the wrong coffee. It wasn't what I wanted and didn't taste as consistent as the other hundred they had provided me. But that doesn't mean that all coffee places are wrong. It just means they just messed up. Conversely, contractors are the same way, right? So I had to replace my roof and HVAC over the last couple of years. Talk to a bunch of people. Just because I talked to one roofer who's not, Legitimate or is telling me things that aren't true. It doesn't mean that all roofing companies are evil. Inherent marketing is the same way, right? So many people get those, that tunnel vision, the roofers get tunnel vision and go, If I've had a bad experience in marketing, that means all marketing companies are evil. No, it's no different than any other ecosystem we deal with. I've got a guy that cuts my grass like he's fantastic. The person before him was not unique. That didn't mean I should give up on trying to have my grass cut. This guy's amazing. So marketing is the same way, right? You. Just because you've had a bad experience doesn't mean that all marketing companies are evil. And I always chuckle to myself, and I giggle with the contractor. I'm like, you realize that the contracting space doesn't always have the best reputation, right? Now you're one of the good guys, and you must overcome that. Marketing is no different. Coffee is no other. Going out to a restaurant is no different, right? I've got my favorite. They have served me a stake one time. That was not great. But the overall experience with them it's been amazing. So treat your marketing the same way. Get your blinders off for a second, right? And realize that just because you've had a bad experience doesn't mean the industry is terrible. That's right. And ask, ask a lot of questions. If you don't understand something, just ask the. And if you don't understand it, then ask it. Ask it a different way. But if you ask enough questions to enough people, you'll get the answer. Agreed. And again, you want somebody with some teeth in the game that's been around for a while, Rhino, 15 years. We've been in the digital space really since digital has been a thing. So that's super important. And you want to ensure you're getting an education again, not just somebody selling you because. Some of the most challenged clients are people that go with the cheap marketing solution, right? Or the affordable marketing company. Our best customers spend hundreds of thousands of dollars. Our most challenged customers sometimes are someone who tries to go the cheap route, and I would also assume that's the same in roofing and HVAC and plumbing, right? If you need to do a roofing job for $12,500, let's say, and the guy's trying to get you down to $9,900, I would bet my life that's going to be a challenging customer, right? Cause the only thing they see is cost, they don't understand the value. And look at bottled water. You'll sometimes pay $2 for it at the grocery store. In a vending machine, sometimes you might pay $4 for it. If you go to a football game, you might pay $7 for it. Yeah. Why is that? The water's no different, right? It's the perception of value. So marketing is the same way. Make sure you're getting with a company, even coaching, right? You're in the coaching space. We talked about this off the air. Some coaches don't do things the right way. But, it'll take clients to know they can't provide what they're looking for. And I know that you want to align yourself. Corey wants to align himself with customers that are trying to scale, wanna do things the right way, and are looking for good positive feedback on the coaching side; it resonated with me what you said when we were talking about you can always find opportunities. And Tiger Woods had a swing coach, right? Like he was the best golfer. Debatable, but I think he was the best golfer to walk the planet. But in the beginning, he had a swing coach who still did not because the swing coach is better than him at golf, but because they could see things that he couldn't see in the heat of the moment. So I think what you do is fantastic because it ties into what we do, and we have a lot of people who will come to us and say, Hey, we're not getting enough leads, and I'll go a hold. Let me go into your Ryno Tracks reporting and say, " Wow, did you realize that your closing percentage is 20% lower than the industry average? I don't think it's a lead issue. I think it's turning that call into an appointment issue, and you can also do that. On your end. So I like that we're able to align that way and show a customer like, Hey, here's something that we're seeing, and this is good coaching for you like we like. Right? That's right. Yeah, a hundred percent in you. You can't be everything to everybody. If you can't do something, just tell somebody you can't do it because you will have a better result. Yeah. Why would you try to sell somebody something you can't do? How can you even imagine that's going to turn out well? Yeah. I don't know. Maybe it's a, perhaps that's a risk something people take. I don't understand it. It seems like a not a good recipe if you ask me it. It's a recipe for short-term gain but long-term pain. Agreed. A hundred percent. And people can see right through that. And this, you said, you mentioned, our brain. The way we grew up was to go for the money because we, we watched all of these crazy movies when we were younger, and that is, it is different, it is an extra time and it is hard separating that, those two right there, there was a time, I'm sure for you when you realize I've got a shift how I'm approaching customers because this old sales crap that we were taught is just, that's just not working. Yeah. Times have changed. Again, it was easy in the seventies, eighties, and nineties to be very transactional. Hey, do you need this? How much does it cost? Here's how much it costs. Yes, I need this. And look, transactional sales still play a part. And where we're at in life. The real successful relationship builders are the ones that find out about your business and your core values, and how you're trying to connect with customers. Because again, no offense, plenty of roofers out there, plenty of HVAC contractors, plumbing, and electrical contractors. People want more, and they want to consume content. They want to feel good about doing business with you. They want to connect with you from a digital perspective, right? And they know that you do plumbing; they know that you do HVAC, right? No, no offense. And so I think that move to the. The consultative selling process has come a long way in the last 20 years. I agree. I agree. It's, it is the way to sell at this point. And it's interesting when I tell people that I work with people in sales, I have to clarify what that means because it's not what you think it means. It's just not; it's; I'm not going to come in and teach your people how to beat Grant Cardone because that's just not how I roll. Yeah, It's not, and if that's what you want, I'm not your guy, and I'll tell you that, and I'm cool telling you that; I don't think it's anybody; it's not worth my time or yours for me to tell you I can do something that I can't. Yeah. Anyhow. I think it's a great I, yeah. I love that, and I'm glad that everybody, I feel like people are looking at it that way a lot more now, and that makes me feel good. It makes me feel like people are changing the way they're the lens I'm looking through. Which is good. Jeff, this has been a fantastic conversation. I appreciate this show today. And if you could if you wanna tell any, if you wanna leave everybody with where they can find you or the last word or whatever you'd like to say, have at it. Yeah. One, I want to say thank you, man. I enjoy following your stuff on social media. I think you are bringing some much-needed emphasis on coaching to the industry. So anyone listening, if you have thought about doing some coaching or getting some diagnosis, reach out to Corey. He's also entertaining to follow on social media. So thank you for that. Thanks for having me on. RYNO, again, if you're interested in just talking with us to get an education on your digital marketing or just some opinions like, " Hey, run some stuff by me. I think our team is excellent for that too. You can find us on social media. Ryno. You can look us up on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn to the Point Home Services podcast. If you want to reach out to me specifically, you could J B o w a b rhino ss.com. That's my email address. I'll also throw my cell phone out there because our clients are our family, and they can reach me pretty much. I sleep a little bit more than you, Corey, but they can reach me 20 hours a day, let's say. So if they want to text me or call me seven five one zero two one one six seven one. Most of our rhino clients have my cell phone anyway, but as I said, I'm not up 24 hours a day like Corey is. But you'll probably get a response pretty much till 10:00 PM Eastern and then back up at 4:00 PM Eastern. There you go. Jeff, thank you by man, and yes, we definitely, we both do agree on how little we need to sleep to perform every day. That's it, man. That's I'm dead. Thank you, man. I appreciate you. Thanks, Corey. Appreciate it. Yes, sir. www.Roofcon.com Use code "Corey" for 10% off.  I educate and develop sales teams in your home services businesses, specifically plumbing and HVAC. You can go to www.hvacplumbingsales.com. Text me 919.896.9999   You can also visit the Successful Life Podcast at www.Successfullifepodcast.com.     You can download my #1 best-seller on Amazon. Relevant Links: Please join my free Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/thetradeschools  Follow me at: https://www.instagram.com/coreyberrier/   www.linkedin.com/in/coreysalescoach   https://thetradeschools.com/  9 Simple Steps to Sell More $H!T! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B2C3HHMC Jeff Bowab Vice President of Sales at RYNO Strategic Solutions About Jeff Bowab: Jeff is the Director of Business Development at RYNO Strategic Solutions; a leading Digital Marketing company focused on the home services industry since 2008. He has been in Sales and Leadership for the past 25 years and is a proven leader in the Advertising / Digital Marketing Space. Jeff started his career in telephone sales and has worked his way into leading several organizations as Vice President of Sales. His specialty is leading teams and growing revenue. When Jeff is not working, you can find him with his family, on the golf course, or exploring the latest and most excellent restaurants around Virginia Beach. Discussion Topics:Leadership,Sales, Business development and Team Building Social: LinkedIn http://linkedin.com/in/jeff-bowab-95b35514a Contact: Phone: (757) 510-2671 Email: jbowab@rynoss.com 22601 N 17th Ave, #250 - Phoenix, AZ 85027 | (877) 964-2233 | 

Saint of the Day
St Dimitri (Demetrius) of Rostov (1709) - October 28th

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 2:54


Born near Kiev, he was raised in piety and, at the early age of eleven, entered the Ecclesiastical Academy of Kiev. At the age of seventeen he was professed as a monk. A few years later he was ordained to the priesthood. Despite his constant desire to retire into a life of asceticism and solitude, his many gifts were needed by the Church and, much against his will, he spent most of his life engaged in writing and other labors. The Abbot of the Lavra of the Kiev Caves, knowing his scholarly abilities, called him to compile a Russian-language Lives of the Saints, a work to which he devoted himself tirelessly for twenty-five years.   This compilation was not a dry exercise for him; he approached each Saint's life with prayer, and was often granted visions. The holy Martyr Barbara appeared to him in his sleep in 1685; when he asked her to intercede for him to the Lord, she chided him for praying "in the Latin Way," that is, for using short prayers. Seeing his distress at being so rebuked, she smiled and said "Do not be afraid!"   St Demetrius was elevated to the episcopal throne (of Metropolitan of Tobolsk and Siberia) in 1701, but asked to be transferred due to ill health, and because the Siberian see would not allow him to continue his research. So he was appointed to the Diocese of Rostov in 1702; he received a divine revelation that he would end his years there. He completed his monumental Lives of the Saints in 1705; thereafter he devoted his energies to the care of his flock, the education of priests, and many spiritual writings, including several addressed to the schismatic "Old Believers," pleading with them to rejoin the canonical Church.   Despite his poor health, he maintained a life of strict prayer and fasting, and encouraged his faithful, in his sermons and writings, to do the same. He predicted his own death three days beforehand. The Synaxarion concludes: "the holy Bishop fell at the feet of his servants and chanters, and asked their forgiveness. Then, with an ardent prayer on his lips, he shut himself in his cell. The next morning, 28 October 1709, they discovered him dead upon his knees. The relics of Saint Demetrius were found incorrupt in 1752 and they wrought many healings. He was formally glorified by the Church in 1757."

The Hockey PDOcast
The Vancouver Canucks deep dive with guest Sat Shah

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 48:39 Very Popular


Dimitri welcomes in Vancouver Canucks Insider from Sportsnet 650, Sat Shah. The two of them do a full deep dive on the Canucks and the 0-5-2 start to their season. This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

BingetownTV
E298Vampire Academy Season 1 Episode 9 Recap and Review

BingetownTV

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 62:11


Episode Notes We are BACK with the penultimate episode of Vampire Academy Season 1! Viktor's stocks are rapidly falling while Mason's are on the rise. Elsewhere, Dimitri (aka Hunkules) finds himself in hot water, and Alberta/Christian broker a deal. The reveals in the last 10 minutes of this one were INSANE! Support BingetownTV Podcast: Covering Your Favorite “Binge-Worthy” TV Shows! by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/bingetowntv

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Antler Up - Getting Back to Pre Rut Strategy Roots w/ Greg Litzinger

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 70:27


Hey everyone, welcome to episode 144 of the Antler Up Podcast! On this week's episode Dimitri and I were joined by NJ native Greg Litzinger. For those of you that know or have heard Greg on other podcasts know how much time and effort Greg puts into scouting and hunting. Greg has been successful for a very long time and when he speaks on a topic he makes it extremely relatable. This specific episode we dive into topics regarding the pre-rut phase. More specifically what sign he is looking for, his camera strategy and how/what develops a gameplan around what the sign and trail cameras are telling him. The main goal for Greg this year is to get back to his roots to find the freshest of fresh buck sign. If that sign is not there, keep moving forward until he finds what you need.   Greg also dives into saving specific hunting locations for this specific time frame of the year, finding food sources, hunting mornings or evenings, scrape setups, having the killer mentality and how to avoid/overcome obstacles. A TON of great information here and we hope you enjoy this episode and look forward to next week with Ryan Glitsky! Best of luck out there and Antler Up! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Hockey PDOcast
Revisiting our preseason predictions

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 49:11 Very Popular


Dimitri welcomes in PDOcast regular Andy MacNeil from VSiN Live as they revisit some of their preseason NHL predictions from a gambling perspective and what they can make of the play across the league so far.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Jughead's Basement
Episode 143: Episode 143: Keith Morris of OFF!, Circle Jerks, Black Flag, and Midget Handjob on LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests

Jughead's Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 95:36 Very Popular


Episode 143: Keith Morris of OFF!, Circle Jerks, Black Flag, and Midget Handjob talks to us about repeating oneself onstage and off, What if you had a million dollars, Making amends for aggression towards society and the self, Keith's half-time firing squad if he were president, Learning a work ethic from his father, Green Day and mega popular "punk," Epitaph and the relationship between Bad Religion and Circle Jerks, The rocky road to OFF and it's guitarist Dimitri, The new album Free LSD, What is precious and the meaning behind Keith's hat, plus much much Morris more!www.jugheadsbasementpodcast.com

The Podcast on the Prairie with Jeremiah Hall and Brayden Willis

The guys talk their weekend before welcoming on recurring guest Dimitri Flowers to talk his time in law school, Brayden's success this season, and the state of the program.Plainview Legal GroupThis message for Plainview Legal Group PLLC is designed for general information purposes only. The information presented should not be construed as formal legal advice nor the formation of an attorney-client relationship. Prior results cannot and do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome in respect to any future matter, including yours.

The Hockey PDOcast
The Friday Mailbag featuring Jack Han

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 49:09 Very Popular


Dimitri cracks open the weekly Friday Mailbag with special guest Jack Han as they answer your questions and reply to your comments.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

The Hockey PDOcast
To worry or not to worry?

The Hockey PDOcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:58 Very Popular


Dimitri welcomes Ryan Lambert to the show as they run through a laundry list of things they believe they should or shouldn't worry about across the NHL. This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty.   The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.