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The Chicago Bears have a new general manager, so Robert Schmitz (host of Bear With Me) and Lester A. Wiltfong Jr. (host of T Formation Conversation and co-host of Bear & Balanced) come together for a quick "Bearly a Podcast" to talk all about Ryan Poles. Give the fellas a listen right now! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Laurence Holmes was joined by Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel for transition, where they shared how they feel about the Bears' hiring of Chiefs executive Ryan Poles as their new general manager.
Wolf and Luke react to the Suns extending the contract of general manager James Jones and they give their biggest takeaways from the Suns win over the Jazz. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Seattle Mariners opened up the 2021 season with a 72.5 win projection; Seattle blew past that, finishing with a 90-72 record just two games out from the second wild-card spot. They've already acquired Robbie Ray and Adam Frazier, but there are more moves that Jack, Peter, and Aram think they should make to leap into playoff contention. The guys marvel over their farm system, ranking their pitching and top-hitting prospects. Get Your Just Baseball Merch! Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @jack_mcmullen11, @aramleighton8 New MLB Prospects Podcast: The Call-Up! Please subscribe and leave a five-star review if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
(00:00-24:05) – The Dan Dakich Show opens up on a Monday by emphasizing the importance of kickers this weekend in the NFL, hits on some of the topics that he discussed earlier today with Urban Meyer on Outkick, and the decisions he would have made in the final moments of the Chiefs/Bills game. (24:05-36:30) – Legendary voice of the Indiana Hoosiers in Don Fischer makes his weekly stop on the Dan Dakich Show to give his opinion on how hard it is for the IU basketball coach to deal with success, the phenomenal performance that Hunter Dickinson had against the Hoosiers yesterday, and how the team is struggling to get off to fast starts. (36:30-44:53) – Dan closes out the first hour of today's show by reacting to the public's comments that the special teams struggles for the Packers is on the General Manager and not the special teams coach and how he felt. (44:53-1:11:16) – The second hour of the Dan Dakich Show begins just like every Monday with Sean Salisbury joining to give his analysis on the decisions that some of the head coaches made this weekend, how difficult it is for a team to go through the AFC with the quarterbacks that are in the conference, and if Ryan Tannehill was the reason the Titans lost to the Bengals. (1:11:16-1:19:36) – As we do every Monday at 1:30pm on the Dan Dakich Show, we recap Dan vs Fan, explains how Jimmy Goroppolo just finds ways to win whereas Carson Wentz has been inconsistent, and looks at how the Rams went out and got dudes that have experience that are helping the team win. (1:19:36-1:31:49) – As we head towards the final hour of today's show, Dan gives his take on the IU/Michigan game from yesterday and takes a couple of calls from the listeners in regards to the Colts cap space and the last time IU beat Michigan. (1:31:49-1:56:43) – Dan kicks off the final hour of today's show by taking some phone calls on the Colts taking Carson Wentz over Matthew Stafford, why they should explore trading Quenton Nelson, and some questions regarding last night's unbelievable game between the Chiefs/Bills. (1:56:43-2:09:00) – As we near the conclusion of today's show, Dan revisits some of the topics that he covered with Urban Meyer on his Outkick show earlier today, breaks down what happened on the Travis Kelce 25 yard pass before Butker's game tying field goal, and frustrations in watching IU's lack of shooters. (2:09:00-2:19:12) – The final segment of today's show concludes with Dan sharing his best bet from tonight's slate of college basketball games and previews tomorrow's show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The ILB Team goes back to the virtual world to welcome Matthew Steinberg, Co-founder/Head Brewer and Kelsey Roth, General Manager from Exhibit "A" Brewing in Framingham, Massachusetts who were kind enough to send the team some excellent beers to taste as they share their origin story about the brewery.
This episode's Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: https://www.catalysthealthtech.com/ (CLICK HERE) --- With the impending obsolescence of 3G technology, and the detrimental impact this poses for our nation's seniors and at-risk population, our next guest is leading the charge in helping these individuals live safely in their homes while we transition to 5G technology. John Brady, CFO & COO of Connect America, joins us to discuss how his team delivers innovative connected care solutions into the home that improve the safety, care, and quality of life of thousands of individuals across the country. Additionally, John outlines how he and his team are helping lead the charge during this critical time of network migration. Join us as John shares his expertise and perspective on how we can continue to safely connect and care for our fellow Americans in their home. Let's go! Episode Highlights: John's observations on the tech industry's rapidly evolving trends Connect America's role as North America's largest provider of Personal Emergency Response Services How Connect America adapted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic The current state of 3G and its impact on the elderly and vulnerable populations John's perspective of what we need to do to safely transition from 3G to 5G About Our Guest: John Brady is Connect America's Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO), where he manages supply chain, fulfillment, customer service, and financial operations for the company. A long-time industry veteran, John established The Resource Group, Inc. and later transferred the Security Group to TRG Associates, Inc. Previously, John acted as General Manager, Installation, and Service Manager for more than twenty alarm companies, with a focus on improving installation quality, service response, technical training, and system design. Earlier in his career, John served as Controller for the Mount Tolman Mining project on the Colville Indian Reservation in Grand Coulee, WA. Before that, he held CFO or Treasury positions with Page Wilson, Smith & Wesson, and Setlowear prior to joining Securitylink as CFO. John earned his MBA from Babson College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He also holds a Connecticut CPA certification. Links Supporting This Episode: Connect America website: https://www.connectamerica.com/ (CLICK HERE) Connect America LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/connect-america/ (CLICK HERE) Clubhouse handle: @mikebiselli Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikebiselli (CLICK HERE) Mike Biselli Twitter page: https://twitter.com/mikebiselli (CLICK HERE) Visit our website: https://www.passionatepioneers.com/ (CLICK HERE) Subscribe to newsletter: https://forms.gle/PLdcj7ujAGEtunsj6 (CLICK HERE) Guest nomination form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqk_H_a79gCRsBLynkGp7JbdtFRWynTvPVV9ntOdEpExjQIQ/viewform (CLICK HERE) Support this podcast
This episode is brought to you by GBN University, powered by Golf Business Network. GBNU is where leading PGA Professionals come to improve their skills, build their careers, and increase their impact. Go to www.golfbusinessnetwork.com/gbnuniversity for more info. Whenever you hear anyone talk about Caves Valley Golf Club, the first thing they'll mention is the “experience”. From the moment you arrive throughout your round and after, the emphasis is on creating a lasting memory that few other clubs can match. And throughout the club's existence, until the end of 2021, a single individual was at the head of the golf experience at Caves. Dennis Satyshur, known to some just as “Football”, spent 31 years fostering the original vision for the club, where in its early stages success was not a foregone conclusion. Caves Valley was a new model at the time, committed to a National members, committed to caddies, committed to hosting Championships, committed to the community, to inclusion, to the game of golf, and committed to the “experience”. In retirement, Dennis will be joining the team at Golf Business Network as a consultant.We pick up our conversation with Dennis discussing his recent departure, as well as their equally tenured General Manager, and passing the torch to Dennis's faithful and highly capable Assistant and Head Professional, Matt Fuller.
Season 9, Episode 9 - It Can Be 'AND', Mikki Bey Crawford - Life Coach & US VP + General Manager, Scientis WELCOME TO SEASON 9! Today we celebrate 145 episodes of Plan A Konversations! About Mikki Bey Crawford Mikki joins the Scientis team with a deep expertise in dermatology pharmaceuticals, as well as a unique background as a successful entrepreneur. Mikki most recently served as Associate Director, HCP Marketing for AstraZeneca where she drove brand strategy for the newest indication of BRILINTA®. Prior to joining AstraZeneca, Mikki held roles in business development, strategic account management and marketing with AbbVie (formerly Allergan). Prior to that she was a licensed aesthetician and owner of Mikki Bey Eyelash Extensions which was featured on season 7 of the successful show “Shark Tank”.Connect with Mikki: GetMikkiBey, IG, LinkedIn + Cyspera by Scientis.Klay's NoteWant more information on our custom meditations? Email: Assistant@PlanAwithKlay.com.If you're looking for a cool scripted podcast drama, check out Venice HERE by Marisa Bramwell.Thank you for listening to Season 8 of Plan A Konversations! Share your thoughts and follow Klay on your favorite social media: @PlanAwithKlay and use the hashtag #PlanA101. Want more Plan A? Subscribe to Klay's website: KlaySWilliams.com.If you've been motivated, inspired and called to action by this podcast, please consider contributing with the link provided below.Support the show (https://paypal.me/PlanAEnterprises?locale.x=en_US)
Rich breaks down and ranks this weekend's NFL Divisional Round games from best to not-best-but-still-pretty-dang-good between the Rams vs Buccaneers, 49ers vs Packers, Bills vs Chiefs, and Bengals vs Titans. Former All-Pro RB LeSean McCoy tells Rich how his last two head coaches, Andy Reid and Bruce Arians, are motivating the Chiefs and Buccaneers for their Divisional Round showdowns against the Bills and Rams, what happened that time he snubbed Tom Brady at practice one day, why the Bengals are the most dangerous team in the playoffs but why he's picking the Bucs to win back-to-back Super Bowl titles. Rich reacts to the New York Giants hiring Joe Schoen away from the Buffalo Bills to be their General Manager and offers up some advice for the team's new GM. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 1: The Giants could have a new General Manager in place by the end of day and Boomer's ‘spidey sense' says Bills' assistant GM Joe Schoen will get the gig, the guys talked about all the possibilities for the Giants and who they might zero in on as a head coach once the GM is in place, Gio provided an update on his health & wellbeing, Jerry provided an update, getting us ready for NFL Division Round Weekend, the Knicks are not very good, Tom Brady sure has had a lot of playoff success, and Sal Licata calls out Brandon Tierney in what we will call a developing story, so stay tuned…
The Chicago Bears' list of potential general managers and head coaches continues to grow, but there is no telling who will fill those roles. In this episode, Nicholas Moreano and Mason West discuss the new candidates the Bears have requested since last week's episode. The guys also give out some awards for the 2021 NFL season. #ChicagoBears #ChicagoBearsPodcast #Bears BetUS: 125% Sign Up Bonus with promo code CHICAGO125 chicagoaudible.com/bet See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the last hour, Anthony Herron talked to Sun Times Bears Beat reporter Jason Lieser about how the Bears are doing their General Manager & Head Coach searches. Later, NBC Sports Chicago pregame/postgame analyst Kendall Gill joined Ant to talk about the Lonzo Ball injury, how Coby White and Ayo Dosunmu must step up, and how Nikola Vucevic needs to be more of a traditional NBA big man.
For all the people from Chicago, who, upon hearing the name Canal Shores are inspired to say, “I grew up playing there,” the 103-year-old iconic fixture and fun zone that's wedged between Evanston and Wilmette, and 10 miles north of Wrigley Field, is finally getting some much-needed resources and support. After years of a passionate band of locals making every attempt to restore the bones, implore more investment and explore every option or opportunity for a resurrection, along comes Kemper Sports. The Chicago-based management company, which is affiliated with Bandon Dunes, Streamsong, Sand Valley, Big Cedar Lodge and another 100 courses nationwide, Kemper has sunk its teeth, resources and relationships into making the Tom Bendelow original design relevant again. On 82 acres, and multiple mini parcels of land, the 3,900-yard 18-hole par 60 has been overgrown, downtrodden and, some might say, underperforming for quite some time. What is owned by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, that's leased to the towns of Evanston and Wilmette, and leased again to the Evanston Wilmette Golf Course Association, will now be managed by Kemper Sports. Green fees range between $15 and $30 dollars. It's a Youth on Course facility, so junior members of YOC can play for $5. The non-profit, which has relied heavily on donations and creative fundraising, finally has an optimistic plan for some realistic and relative success. In this podcast, you'll be hearing from Josh Lesnik, President of Kemper Sports and the original General Manager of Bandon Dunes. Lesnik grew up in the town of Winnetka, which is 15 minutes from Canal Shores. You'll hear from Karl Leinberger, President of Evanston and Wilmette Golf Course Association, which is currently managing the non-profit as a group of committed volunteers. And throughout this story, I get background and perspective from Andrew Fleming, a great friend of mine who's a former lawyer at the Golf Channel and a former employee at Kemper Sports. Fleming graduated from Northwestern, which is around the corner from Canal Shores. Charm, community, accessibility, a hyper-focus on impacting kids by way of caddie programs, as Lesnik says, "It's all there." And now it's time to make it all happen. Visit the The Fire Pit Collective to check out everything we are doing. Use promo Firepit25 at Linksoul.com for 25% off your next Linksoul order. Got a comment about this story or a tip on a story we should track down? You can reach me on Twitter (@mattginella) or on Instagram (@matt_ginella). For bonus visuals and some behind the scenes of The Fire Pit podcast production, go to The Fire Pit YouTube Channel. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Zach Roseman is CEO of Mosaic Group, IAC's global mobile app studio, which builds and operates hit products like Robokiller, iTranslate, Blossom, Clime and more. Prior to becoming CEO, Zach led Mosaic Group's acquisition efforts, which included the acquisitions of iTranslate, Teltech, and Productive, while also serving as General Manager of Apalon, where he drove the company's shift to subscriptions and a deeper and more focused investment in its product portfolio. Zach joined Mosaic Group from IAC's M&A team, where he worked on numerous acquisitions, investments and sales during his tenure. He started his career working in investment banking as an analyst for RBC Capital Markets, and also served in the Israel Defense Forces. He received a BA in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, and currently resides in New York City. Website: www.mosaic.co LinkedIn: zacharyroseman
A podcast about smells? Well…. yeah. In this episode, host Wil Fulton discovers how scent and travel combine to create some of our longest lasting memories. Along the way, he speaks with: visually impaired travel writer Tony Giles on how scent helps him build a picture of the places he visits, and how it often guides him to points of interest; the General Manager of Homesick Candles, on bottling the smells of cities; and artist Dr. Kate McLean, who developed a notable method to map scents, visually. All of this concludes with Wil taking his own "scent walk" through New York City, which is very hit-or-miss, to be honest. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq29v4cx7n0 Key Talking Points Thoughts that daughters bring to the table- being an employee, not a ‘favorite,' earn respect from peers (testing period), don't be reactionary Learning to keep the status quo of the business and community while continuing to make improvements and grow Pop By Marketing- popcorn and coupon to local businesses Role definition prior to transition Transitional period and length- be prepared Encouraging respect Making the business your own- bringing a different perspective Transitioning daughter to be the face of the business- 60% of repairs are purchased by females Fluid trust- with customers and between father/daughter team, trusting employees to decide Be open to asking questions and have thick skin Lauren attended peer group meeting with her father which opened her perspective and realized she wanted to join the industry Be a learner. Everything is figure-out-able! Connect with the show: http://aftermarketradionetwork.com (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partners: This episode is brought to you by Shop-Ware Shop Management. It's time to run your business at its fullest potential with the industry's leading technology. Shop-Ware Shop Management will increase your efficiency with lightning-fast workflows, help your staff capture more sales every day, and create very happy customers who promote your business. Shops running Shop-Ware have More Time and generate More Profit—join them! Schedule a free live demonstration and find out how 30 minutes can transform your shop at https://getshopware.com/ (getshopware.com) Are you seeing auto shops in your area get hundreds of 5-star Google reviews and are you feeling left behind because your shop only has a few? Hey look, Broadly is your answer to getting more online reviews. With more reviews, your business will rank higher in search results — and that means more customers coming into your shop every day. Broadly helps you automatically request reviews so that your customers can promote your business with just one click. When you immediately ask for a review after service, when the experience is still fresh in their mind, you're more likely to get a 5-star positive review. Plus, asking for feedback makes your customer feel valued and more connected to your business. Isn't that what you want a connected customer? See how Broadly can help grow your auto shop. Visit http://www.getbroadly.com/chat (www.getbroadly.com/chat) to learn more. The Panel Ashlan Kaplan, General Manager, Cannon Auto Repair, Cannon Falls, MN. Ashlan is Rich's daughter and has been around the shop since she was a kid. She enjoys continuing to learn all about the automotive business and looks forward to helping it grow and serve our local community for years to come! Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband, two kids: Lincoln and Sophie and two fur babies Simba and Nala. Listen to Ashlan's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22ashlan+kaplan%22 (HERE) Rich Udenberg, Owner, Cannon Auto Repair, Cannon Falls, MN. Rich Udenberg brings 45 years of experience to the trade and our service personnel has over 45 years of experience in the industry. Lauren Anderson, Executive Assistant, Victory Auto Service, 9 Locations, MN. Listen to Lauren's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22lauren+anderson%22 (HERE) Jeff Matt, Owner, Victory Auto Service, 9 Locations, MN. Jeff founded Victory Auto Service & Glass with a commitment to...
Chris O'Hearn used to be a Phoenix Coyotes stickboy and Arizona Diamondbacks batboy. Now he's the Wild's assistant GM. O'Hearn joins Russo on the 100th episode of SFTS to talk about his NHL ascension which started when his father was with the Winnipeg Jets management in the early 90's. Chris talks about the art of negotiating contracts, managing the Wild roster in the midst of a pandemic, his reaction to the idea of buying out Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, learning of Paul Fenton's firing, developing a relationship with Bill Guerin, the influences of Brad Treliving and Don Maloney and the many friendships that he has made in the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Anthony Herron, sitting in for Laurence Holmes, talked to Robert Mays (co-host of The Athletic Football Podcast) about the Bears pursuit of a General Manager as the news about Colts Asst. GM Ed Dodds withdrawing his name for consideration broke
Rob Pizzo from CBC Sports, along with Sara Civian and Jesse Granger from the Athletic return with the Wednesday roundtable. The crew discusses the heated exchange between Hall of Fame hockey writer Jim Matheson and Oilers star forward Leon Draisaitl. Jesse and Sara share their experiences in the heat of battle in scrums with players and coaches, and how zoom has made it difficult to The roundtable takes a look at the new General Manager in Montreal, former player agent Kent Hughes and the work he has ahead to rebuild the Habs, we ask should every team be represented at the All-star game and we stick tap the great Willie O'Ree, who finally gets his jersey retired in Boston. Plus, is the NHL and Players Association's decision to stop testing asymptomatic players the right thing to do? Peter Baugh, the Colorado Avalanche writer for the Athletic joins the panel to discuss the red hot Avs who are a top team in the NHL and a favourite to win the Stanley Cup this Spring and impending UFA Nazem Kadri who gets his just reward by being voted in to the all-star game as last man in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's show, host Jon Zaghloul addresses the latest surrounding the Bears’ top candidates for Head Coach and General Manager, and explains why Brian Flores, the current coaching favorite, could be a problem. Jon also catches up with Mike North, host of The Odds Couple on ESPN 1000, and contributor to the […]
This week on the podcast, Dr. Andy Roark and Stephanie Goss are joined by Melissa Gutierrez, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Pets Best Insurance Services. We are super excited to talk with Melissa about an interesting question regarding pet health insurance, which is “Is people insurance the problem with pet health insurance?” Let's get into this… Links: Upcoming events: https://unchartedvet.com/upcoming-events/ April 2022 - Registration is now open! In celebration of 5 years serving the veterinary profession, we have shifted the focus of this conference inward. You're not looking to grow your business outwardly – you're looking for ways to build resiliency and reignite your love for your career. During this 3-day adventure in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina, you'll be discussing topics like hiring for culture, creating the story that becomes your path, and building smoother, more simple ways to practice. This event is open to members only. Registration for this conference closes on April 1, 2022. Register here All Links: https://linktr.ee/UnchartedVet Got a question for the mailbag? Submit it here: unchartedvet.com/mailbag
With climate change threatening freshwater sources, water demand across the globe is likely to increase by 20 - 30% between now and 2050. In this episode, we're looking at two promising solutions to create clean drinking water from surprising places: our sewers and our oceans. We speak with General Manager of the Orange County Water District, Mike Markus, about debunking the “toilet to tap” fear and how turning our wastewater into clean drinking water can be a closed-loop solution to mounting water scarcity. We also hear from Dr. William Tarpeh about new research at Stanford University that could make desalination a more viable solution; one that's less costly and better for the environment. Biographical Notes: Michael (Mike) R. Markus is the general manager of the Orange County Water District (OCWD; the District), which manages the Orange County Groundwater Basin that supplies water to more than 2.5 million people in north and central Orange County, Calif. With more than 40 years of experience, Mike is well known for his expertise in large project implementation and water resource management. In September 2007, he became only the sixth general manager in the District's history.During his 33-year career at the District, Mike was responsible for managing the implementation of the $480 million Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) program. This project is the largest potable reuse project in the world and has won many awards including the 2008 Stockholm Industry Water Award, 2009 ASCE Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award, 2014 U.S. Water Prize and the 2014 Lee Kuan Yew Prize. In 2015, Mike oversaw the completion of the 30 MGD GWRS Initial Expansion. The expansion brought the total production capacity of the GWRS to 100 MGD of high-quality water, which is enough to serve 850,000 people annually. Mike was named the 2017 Pioneer in Groundwater by the Environmental & Water Resources Institute, one of the Top 25 Industry Leaders of 2014 by Water & Wastewater International, he received the international 2009 Säid Khoury Award for Engineering Construction Excellence, the 2007 American Society of Civil Engineers' Government Engineer of the Year award, and he was one of the Top 25 Newsmakers of 2007 by the Engineering News-Record.Mike currently serves on the board of directors of the Water Research Foundation, the National Water Research Institute, American Water Works Association and the California Section of the WateReuse Association. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and a Master of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Southern California. He is also a registered civil engineer in the state of California.Dr. William Tarpeh Dr. William Tarpeh is an assistant professor of chemical engineering at Stanford University. The Tarpeh Lab develops and evaluates novel approaches to resource recovery from “waste” waters at several synergistic scales: molecular mechanisms of chemical transport and transformation; novel unit processes that increase resource efficiency; and systems-level assessments that identify optimization opportunities. Will completed his B.S. in chemical engineering at Stanford and his M.S. and Ph.D. in environmental engineering at UC Berkeley, supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship, and a UC Berkeley Chancellor's Fellowship. He conducted postdoctoral training at University of Michigan in environmental engineering. Will is a member of the Bouchet Honor Society, NBCBLK's "28 Under 28" African-American Innovators, and Forbes' "30 Under 30" 2019 Science List. Tarpeh's CV is available here.
The Amnesty Provision is a unique feature on Dynasty Owner and is something that NFL teams don't have available to them. They probably wish they did as it gives Dynasty Owners the ability to drop a player free of charge from their roster and avoid paying the 25% drop fee of that player's remaining contract. Imagine what new General Managers taking over rosters assembled by their predecessor would do with an Amnesty Provision.Here are some players who Dynasty Owners should consider using an Amnesty Provision on before the start of the 2022 Dynasty Owner league year. We have three categories of players: widely-owned (rostered in 80% or more of Dynasty Owner leagues), marginally-owned (rostered in over 30%, but less than 80% of Dynasty Owner leagues), and lesser-owned (rostered in less than 30% of Dynasty Owner leagues).-------------------------------------------------------What is Dynasty Owner? Dynasty Owner is not your average fantasy football. You may have your DraftKings and Fanduels of the world but we are year-round and put you right in the seat of the Owner, Coach, and GM. Fantasy footballers all over have been wanting a game like this and you may have even heard our name from Christopher Harris or even the Dynasty Nerds podcast.We use real NFL contracts and salaries in our game so when something changes here in the real world it affects your team for the year. With a challenge of the salary cap and keeping your team under it, you get the feeling of what it's like to run a business and see your team get rewarded when they win.Learn more today at www.dynastyowner.com and come see what we are all about.-------------------------------------------------------Connect with Dynasty Owner:Visit us on the web -- https://www.dynastyowner.comFollow us on Twitter -- @Dynasty_OwnerFollow on Facebook - www.facebook.com/DynastyOwnerFantasySports
TSN Hockey Analyst Mike Johnson joins OverDrive to discuss Kent Hughes being hired as General Manager of the Montreal Canadiens. Johnson dives into the challenges Hughes will face with Montreal's cap situation, why it could be difficult to move the contracts of Brendan Gallagher and Josh Anderson, Leon Draisaitl getting into a spat with Edmonton reporters, the ongoing struggles of the Edmonton Oilers, and more.
On this episode of The Sick Podcast, Tony Marinaro discusses the hiring of Kent Hughes as the next General Manager for the Montreal Canadiens. Don't forget to follow The Sick Podcast with Tony Marinaro on iHeartRadio, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and all other podcast platforms!
Alex and Anthony dive into the latest news regarding the Giants' general manager hunt. Joe Schoen had his 2nd interview today and is currently leading the pack. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David Quinn, the head coach of Team USA at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing China joins Craig and Sean to discuss USA's roster, including Jake Sanderson Brendan Brisson, Matty Beniers and goalie Strauss Mann. Quinn talks about the style of play for the team, team bonding and the risk of playing overseas during the pandemic. Craig and Sean take a look at two very attractive trade chips in Marc-Andre Fleury and Claude Giroux, and what teams could use these players the most, and we talk about the pending cap crunch in Vegas with Jack Eichel's return on the horizon, and how the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise is everything that the Edmonton Oilers should be striving to be. They guys also discuss the hiring of Kent Hughes as the new General Manager in Montreal, and how the success of Bill Zito in Florida, a fellow former agent, may have led to Hughes' hiring with the Canadiens. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Co-host Laura Saba provides a quick rapid reaction to the Montreal Canadiens announcement of Kent Hughes at the 18th General Manager of the team, in advance of a full length episode covering the hiring. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How'd it go for the first BBC announcer with an accent? How much work can you get if you "make it" in voiceover? How much did the woman behind Siri make? And what's a pencil got to do with any of this? All this and more in part 2! Like what you hear? Become a patron of the arts for as little as $2 a month! Or buy the book or some merch. Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs. Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. 00:25 RP and Wilfred Pickles (voiced by Simon Jackson) 04:26 The cast of Futurama work a lot! 08:17 Voiceover is easy! (right?) 11:30 #moxiemillion 12:30 Trying to find a job 13:55 Props and accessories 15:55 AI (even worse than the movie) 18:24 Bev Standing vs TikTok 20:50 sponsors: Sly Fox Trivia, Sambucol 23:06 Susan Bennett, the voice of Siri 27:53 It's in the game Music: Kevin MacLeod, Track Tribe . Links to all the research resources are on the website. Back when the BBC was first launched in 1922, the first General Manager of the corporation, Sir John Reith, insisted the BBC be as formal and quintessentially British as possible, and he created a number of rules towards this end. One thing he stressed in particular was that the newscasters spoke the “King's English.“ He felt it was “a style or quality of English that would not be laughed at in any part of the country”. He also assumed RP would be easier for people across the empire to understand versus a regional accent, of which the tiny land mass of the UK has dozens. Reish wanted things to be ‘just so,' even ordering that any newscaster reading the news after 8PM had to wear a dinner jacket while on air, on the radio, where no one could see them. The BBC didn't create Received Pronunciation, though. We can trace the origins of RP back to the secondary schools and universities of nineteenth-century Britain, making it the accent of a certain social class, the one with money. Their speech patterns - based loosely on the local accent of the south-east Midlands, roughly London, Oxford and Cambridge, soon came to be associated with ‘The Establishment.' although one of Reith's goals in using RP was to appeal to the widest audience possible, many listeners still felt alienated by the broadcasts being beamed into their homes because of this “upper class” accent being used. Despite this, newscasters were required to use Received Pronunciation right up until World War 2. Why change it during the war? Didn't they have bigger things to worry about? Well, the Ministry of Information was worried about the Nazis hijacking the radio waves. During World War 2, Nazi Germany invested a lot of time and money to train spies and propagandists to speak using perfect Received Pronunciation so that they could pass as British. If they pulled it off, the Nazis could potentially issue orders over the radio in a thoroughly convincing and official-sounding newscaster voice. Therefor, the BBC hired several newscasters possessed of broad regional accents that would be more difficult for Nazis to perfectly copy, and as a bonus might also appeal to the “common man”. The first person to read the news on the BBC with a regional accent was one Wilfred Pickles in 1941. [sfx clip] The public trusted that he was in fact British, but they didn't trust, or couldn't ignore his accent to pay attention to, a word he said. Far from being popular, his mild Yorkshire accent offended many listeners so much that they wrote letters to the BBC, blasting them for having the audacity to sully the news that way. Nonetheless, after the end of World War 2, the BBC continued to loosen its guidelines and began to hire more people who spoke with the respective accent of the region they were being broadcast. That said, the BBC does continue to select newscasters with the most mild accents for international broadcasts. You can't please everyone, but if you can get in good in the voicework industry, you can do a staggering number of roles. How many? Here are some examples, pulling only from the cast of one of my favorite shows, Futurama. You might say my husband and I are fans; we had a Hypnotoad wedding cake. Billy West, the voice of Fry, Prof. Farnsworth, and Zoidberg, as well as both Ren and Stimpy, has 266 acting credits on his IMDB page. Maurice LaMarche, who did Calculon, Morbo and Kiff and is the go-to guy for Orson Welles impressions like Brain from Animaniacs, has 390 roles listed. Tress MacNeille, who did basically every female who wasn't Amy or Leela, as well as Dot on Animaniacs and Agnes Skinner on The Simpsons has 398 roles to her name. Bender's voice actor, John DiMaggio, without whom the Gears of War video games wouldn't be the same, has worked on some 424 projects. The man who made Hermes Conrad Jamaican, and gave us Samurai Jack, Phil LaMarr, is the most prolific voice actor on that cast, with a whopping 495 credits to his name. Still, he falls short of the resume of Rob Paulsen, who did the voices of Yakko and Pinky on Animaniacs, and other examples too numerous to list here, because his IMDB pages lists 541 voice acting credits. And did I mention they're bringing Animaniacs back? [cheer] Paulsen is trailing behind Tara Strong, though. The actress who voiced Bubbles on Powerpuff Girls, Raven on Teen Titans, and Timmy on Fairly Oddparents has 609 roles in her 35 year career, or an average of 17 a year. That may not sound impressive, but have you've ever tried getting *one acting job? Strong can't hold a candle to a man whose voice I can identify from two rooms away, a man who will always be Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop no matter who he's playing, Steve Blum, who has racked up 798 voice roles. And those are just a sampling of voice actors I can name off the top of my head. So when career day rolls around, maybe skip doctor and firefighter and suggest your kid become a voice actor. Not everyone who does voice work has a face for radio, so I put pictures of all the actors up on the Vodacast app so you can se what Fry, Yakko, and Raven really look like .. “Sure,” you say, “that sounds like a sweet gig. Walk in, say a few things, and cash the check.” Oh my sweet summer child. If it was that easy, everyone would do it. For starters, there is no “got it in one take” in voice acting. Be prepared to do your lines over and over again, with different emphasis, different inflection, different pacing, or sometimes simply saying it over and over again until, even though each take sounds the same to you, the director gets the subtle difference they're looking for. Bonus fact: the feeling you get when you say a word or phrase so many times that it stops sounding like a word and becomes a meaningless noise is called semantic satiation. You may be standing in a little booth all day, but that doesn't mean it won't be physically taxing. Actors dubbing anime in particular are required to do a lot of screaming. Chris Sabat, who voices Vegeta in the Dragonball series, says that even with his background in opera and the vocal control that taught him, “I will literally be sick the next day. I will have flu-like symptoms. Because you have to use so much energy, and use up so much of your voice to put power into those scenes, that it will make you sick. That's not an exaggeration; I will be bedridden sometimes after screaming for too long.” That is, if you can get a gig. Remember how I rattled off actors who've had hundreds of roles each? That's because, in rough figures, 5% of the actors get 95% of the work. So unless you're a Tara Strong or Phil LaMarr, noteworthy roles will be hard to come by. One plus side is you get paid by the word, as well as by the tag. A tag is part of a recording that can be swapped out, like recording a commercial, and recording the phrases “coming soon,” “opening this Monday,” and “open now.” The clients gets three distinct commercials from one recording sessions, so you get more money. Assuming the client actually orders the session. You may find yourself on stand-by or “avail,” as it's called in the industry. You may be asked to set aside a few hours or even consecutive days for a recording session. The problem is, the client isn't actually obligated to use you during that time and no one else can book you during that time until they release you from it. But it's a job you can do in your pj's, and I often do, and that's always a plus. Even though no one can see the actors, voice work still uses props and accessories. While computers can be used to speed up or slow down dialogue (which is more of a concern in dubbing Japanese animation, where the visuals are already done), certain vocal changes can easily be achieved using random items in the studio. “If the character is in a hollowed-out tree, I might stick my head in a wastebasket,” veteran voice actor Corey Burton told Mental Floss. “If it doesn't sound quite right, I can throw some wadded-up Kleenex in there for better acoustics.” Burton, like Mel Blanc, prefers to eat real food when the moment calls for it. “They want you to sometimes just go, ‘Nom, nom, nom.' No! I want a carrot, a cookie. I don't want to make a dry slurping noise when I could be sipping a drink.” Pencils also play an important role, not for making notes on the script or creating any sort of convincing sound effect. The plague of these performers is plosives. You've probably heard them on podcasts; they've definitely been on mine. A plosive is the noise you get when a consonant that is produced by stopping the airflow using the lips, teeth, or palate, followed by a sudden release of air. It's also called popping your p's, since that's the worst culprit. A round mesh screen in front of the mic helps, but the old-school trick to stop plosives actually uses a pencil. If they're getting p-pops on the recording, voice actors will hold a pencil or similar linear object upright against the lips. This disrupts the air enough to avoid the giant, sharp spike in the soundwave. Now if only there were some cheap and easy trick to get rid of mouth noises and lip smacks. You may hear a few on this podcast, but for everyone you hear, I cut twenty out. The most sure-fire way to avoid mouth noises and breathing when ordering a recording is to use a computer-generated or AI voice. Now this is a sticky wicket in the VO community, a real burr under a lot of saddles. Whenever it comes up in message groups, a third of people turn into South Park characters [sfx they took our jobs]. I won't get too Insider Baseball here, but here's the scoop. AI voices are cheap, fast, and they're getting really good. Have you ever gotten a robodialer call where it took you a moment to realize it was not a live person? There are companies offering entire audiobooks in AI voices. There is even an AI voice that can cry! So why am I not bothered? The way I see it, the people who will buy the cheapest possible option, in this case an AI voice, weren't going to pay even my Fiverr rate, and invariably, the cheaper a client is, the more working with them makes you regret ever starting this business in the first place. It's an irony a lot of freelancers and business owners are familiar with -- the $5k client pays you the day you submit the invoice; the $50 client makes you hound them for six weeks and then they say they want you to do it over or come down on the price. So I'm fine with letting those gigs go. The other reason is that while AI applications and devices such as smart speakers and digital assistants like Siri are powered by computer-generated voices, those voices actually originate from real actors! In fact, I just wrapped an AI-generation job this week. In most cases, even computerized voices need a human voice as a foundation for the development of the vocal database. Nevertheless, AI is creating new work for a wide range of voice actors. Are these actors putting themselves out of a job in future? Maybe. Maybe not. It's definitely something I had to wrestle with before accepting the job. But I figured, AI is coming whether we like it or not, so it's best to be involved to help steer the ship rather than be capsized by its wake. When I took the AI-generation job, there were two questions I had for the client: what control do I have over how my voice is used, and what happens if you sell the company? I asked these two questions for two good reasons, Bev Standing and Susan Bennett. Bev Standing, a VO and coach from Canada, was surprised to hear her own voice being used on peoples' videos when friends and colleagues told her to log onto Tiktok. For one, people could use her voice to say whatever they liked, no matter how vile, and she'd never worked with, been paid by, or given permission for use of her voice to TikTok. According to Standing, who I've taken classes with and is a really nice lady, the audio in question was recorded as a job for the Chinese Institute of Acoustics four years ago, ostensibly for translations. “The only people I've worked with are the people I was hired by, which was for translations... My agreement is not what it's being used for, and it's not with the company that's using my voice,” Standing said in an interview. Standing files a lawsuit against TikTok's parent company ByteDance on the grounds of intellectual property theft. She hasn't consented to her performance being used by TikTok, and had very real concerns that the content created using her audio would hurt her ability to get work in the future. Imagine if Jan 6 insurrectionists and other such hateful wackaloons used your voice on their videos. Good luck getting hired after that. TikTok and ByteDance stayed pretty mum, both publicly and to Standing and her lawyer, also a VO, but they did change the AI voice, which certainly looks like they done wrong. The lawsuit was settled a few months ago, but it's all sealed up in NDAs, so I can't tell you the details, but I'm calling it a win. The other name I dropped was Susan Bennett, but that's not the name you'd recognize her as. Though she was training to be a teacher, it soon became clear to Susan Bennet that her voice was destined for more than saying “eyes on your own paper.” She acted in the theater, was a member of a jazz band, an a cappella group, and she was a backup singer for Burt Bacharac and Roy Orbison. That background helped her land gigs doing VO and singing jingles for the likes of Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Macy's, Goodyear, Papa John's, IBM, and more. In 1974, she became the voice of First National Bank of Atlanta's Tillie the All-Time Teller, one of the first bank ATMs. Her voice made the new technology more user-friendly for a computer-unfamiliar public. Bonus fact: one of the earliest ATMs in NYC printed the security picture of the user on their receipts. According to the man who sold them to the bank, “The only people using the machines were prostitutes and gamblers who didn't want to deal with tellers face to face.” Or it could be the hours they keep. I can neither confirm nor deny this, but I like to think that sex workers are the underappreciated early-adopters that helped the rest of us to be able to hit the cash machine on the way out of town (or the Mac machine, as my mom called it well into the 90's). Bennet also became the voice of Delta Airlines announcements, GPS's, and phone systems. But even with all that, that's not where you know her voice from. “Hey, Siri, how big is the Serengeti?” [sfx if Google was] Susan Bennet was the original voice of Siri on the iphone, but she never actually worked for Apple. In 2005, she recorded a wealth of words and wordy-sounding non-words for a company called ScanSoft or Nuance, I've been seeing either listed. For four hours a day, every day, in July 2005, Bennett holed up in her home recording booth, saying thousands of phrases and sentences of mostly-to-completely nonsense, which the “ubergeeks” as she called them, could use for generating AI speech. According to Bennet, “I was reading sentences like 'cow hoist in the tub hut today.' 'Militia oy hallucinate buckra okra ooze.' Then I would read these really tedious things that were the same word, but changing out the vowel. 'Say the shrayding again, say the shreeding again, say the shriding again, say the shredding again, say the shrudding again.' “ These snippets were then synthesized in a process called concatenation that builds words, sentences, paragraphs. And that is how voices like hers find their way into GPS and telephone systems. The job was done, the check cleared, and life went on, then 2011 rolled around and Siri was unveiled as an integrated feature of the Apple iPhone 4S. The actors who'd worked for Nuance had no idea until well after it happened. Bennett found out that her voice is actually Siri after a friend emailed: ”Hey, we've been playing around with this new Apple phone. Isn't this you?' Apple had bought SoftScan/Nuance and all of its assets. “Apple bought our voices from Nuance without our knowing it.” As a voiceactor, this turn of events was problematic for a few reasons. Typecasting and stereotyping, for one. The downside of being successful in a role can be that that's all people want you for after that, like Sean Bean and a character who dies. So Bennett kept her identity close to her vest until 2013, when Apple switched voices. “My voice was just the original voice on the 4s and the 5. But now it no longer sounds like Apple because [Siri] sounds like everyone else. The original Siri voice had a lot of character; she had a lot of attitude. Bennet has never said how much she made from Nuance, but we know how much she's made from Apple. In round figures, give or take for inflation, [sfx calculator] she made $0. Her voice was on something like 17 million phones. Even a penny per phone would have been a handsome payday, but no, no penny for you. “We were paid for the amount of time we spent recording but not at all for usage. The only way I've been able to get any payment for it, really, is through my speaking events, but I'm very grateful to have been the voice of Siri. She's very iconic; it's led to a whole new career for me.” Another widespread voice that didn't get commensurate royalties is known for a single phrase, barely a full sentence. [sfx clip] From FIFA and Madden to UFC and NBA, Andrew Anthony's voice has opened EA Sports video games for 30 years now and let us all have a collective shiver of mortality at that fact. Anthony had a friend who ran a small ad sales company, who had taken on the not-yet-industry-cornerstone Electronic Arts as a client. "My friend then called me up in Toronto and said 'Hey will you do this thing... for free?' I said 'yeah, of course, I will! I don't even know what this is but I get a free trip down to see you, so for sure'. So Anthony went to visit his friend, read the line, which was originally “If it's in the game, it's in the game,” and assumed he would never, ever hear anything about it again. Call that an underestimation. EA is valued at $37B, with the Sports being a big chunk of that. And Anthony has seen exactly none of that money, and he's pretty okay with that. Over the years, Anthony has met plenty of other gaming fans and happily agreed to do his EA Sports voice impression on camera. Not every screen actor's able to do voice work successfully; we've all heard flat, lackluster performances from big name stars in animated features. Looking at you, Sarah Michelle Gellar from the recent HeMan cartoon. Not so with the person who arguably kicked off the trends of booking big names stars for voice work, Robin Williams in his role as Genie. Williams recorded 30 hours of dialogue, most of it improvised, for the 90 minute movie. He took the role for *9% of the fee he normally commanded with the condition that the recordings not be used to merchandise products. He wanted to “leave something wonderful behind for this kids.” Thanks for spending part of your day with me. And that's where we run out of ideas, at least for today. So a wife overheard her boss saying he wanted a voice to notify people when they received email and volunteered her husband. “I recorded it on a cassette deck in my living room,” Edwards told the New York Post on November 7. “Most people think I'm retired and own an island.” Instead, he works at WKYC-TV from 3:30 a.m. to noon, and drives an Uber from noon to 6 p.m. In 2014, Edwards told CNBC that he pranks people by standing behind their computers and booming, “You've got mail!” Explained the voice-over actor, “I have fun with it!” He's not bothered by not getting royalties, so I guess we shouldn't be either.
Schedule of Minnesota Vikings general manager interviews for the upcoming week. Timestamps: • (0:40) GM Interview Schedule • (6:26) How HC Candidates Fared WC Weekend • (14:40) Around the NFL Candidates • (22:24) Nathaniel Hackett? • (26:42) Why the HC Doesn't Have to be Offense A Northern Digital Production --- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/purpleftwpodcast
The San Diego Padres were 67-50 on August 11 but proceeded to go 12-33 to end the season at 79-83. Getting back Mike Clevinger is huge, and they look poised for a bounce-back year in 2022. Peter and Jack fill in the gaps to what looks like a star-studded roster. Limited Release T-Shirt with Pillbox Bat co. Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @jack_mcmullen11, @aramleighton8 Check out our new podcast, The Call-Up!: https://open.spotify.com/show/49ffs9H7EZMwrIs8f9S9jX?si=J4CzvLCrRWiSVIUnuI31bg Please subscribe and leave a five-star review if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts or Spotify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Ross Brendel and Manny Hill for the 92nd edition of Minnesota Sports Chat as they unpack what's next for the Minnesota Vikings as they look for a Head Coach and General Manager. What type of leaders and leadership should the SKOL be looking for? PLUS, Manny takes another crack at 5 Phil'er Questions and he tries to ease Ross' Green Bay Packers, winning the Super Bowl anxiety.
It might be a busy week around the NHL. Jeff and Elliotte kick the podcast off by focusing on the Montreal Canadiens and their search for a general manager as they close in on their preferred candidate (00:10), they give some background on player agent Kent Hughes who is in the running for the job as well as Daniel Briere and Mathieu Darche. They also provide some updates on Vancouver's search (12:00) along with Anaheim and Chicago (14:15).The guys then get into the situation in Edmonton and their performance against the Senators (16:30), the Dallas Stars and John Klingberg (27:15), Florida strikes goals (30:30) and they take your questions to close out the podcast (36:00).New Podcast Intro Music by Jane's Party. Thank you to Zach, Tom, Devon and Jeff for composing this season's intro music.You can find their full discography on SpotifyMusic Outro: Bilderbuch - GibraltarListen to the full track on SpotifyThis podcast is produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman.Audio Credits: AM 560 Sports WQAM and Sportsnet.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
With the offseason on hands, it's time to discuss the new regime in Detroit. Lions general manager had a busy first year, so how did he do? Chris, Jeremy and Ryan discuss his end of year press conference, the question of tanking, how he handled the Stafford trade, free agency and the performance of his first year draft selections. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, we're looking at some of the potential questions being asked of the Giants' general manager candidates and what the possible answers are. Then we're looking at the potential challenges facing whoever the successful candidate is. And finally, which candidates are potentially the favorite ones ad which does LockedOn Giants host Patricia Traina like thus far? all that and more in todays episode of LockedOn Giants. New York Giants: The Next General Manager https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVmzf-nD8oaTBShrW_zTeXA WANT MORE DAILY NEW YORK GIANTS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
Reviewing the 8 reported general manager candidates the Minnesota Vikings have requested interviews with so far: -Catherine Raiche, Eagles VP of Football Operations -Brandon Brown, Eagles Director of Player Personnel -Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, Browns VP of Football Operations -Glenn Cook, Browns VP of Player Personnel -Ryan Poles, Chiefs Exec Director of Player Personnel -John Spytek, Buccaneers VP of Player Personnel -Eliot Wolf, Patriots Consultant -Monti Ossenfort, Titans Director of Player Personnel Timestamps: • (0:40) GM Candidates • (4:07) Monti Ossenfort • (10:41) Rob Brz for GM? • (15:29) Ranking GM and HC Openings • (27:49) Derek Stingley? • (35:00) Wild Card Weekend Predictions A Northern Digital Production --- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/purpleftwpodcast
Now that the former regime is old news, it's time to place our focus on who will become the next General Manager and Head Coach of the Chicago Bears. In this episode, the guys take a search committee approach as they sift through the current candidates for each position. Listen as they discuss every person the Bears have reached out to for these jobs, what they are looking for in the next GM and Head Coach, and ultimately decide who they believe the Bears should hire. BetUS: 125% Sign Up Bonus with promo code CHICAGO125 chicagoaudible.com/bet See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
They may be the new(er) kids on the block but Jens Haugland has big plans for Uno-X Pro Cycling Team. In this episode Benji sits down with Jens to discuss the team, race plans for the Johannessen brothers, the road to World Tour, club-level investments, team philosophy and more! As always, big thanks to Jens for sitting down with us and we hope you enjoy the episode. LRCP Show Partner | https://lecol.cc/ If you enjoy the LRCP please remember to subscribe and give us a rating and review! If you want to support us by leaving a tip, feel free to do so here: https://ko-fi.com/lanternerougecyclingpodcast
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge talks to Andres Moran, the General Manager and VP of https://www.wunderkind.co/ (Wunderkind). Wunderkind is a software/SaaS that helps their clients convert website visitors into customers. Their team creates one-to-one messaging to pull leads further into the conversion funnel. Once you take the action and show you're invested in the consumers' interests and send them these messages, you're much more likely to create a sale. This can be done through triggered emails or text messages. Wunderkind also uses unique ad formats that are behaviorally triggered so ads aren't intrusive or interrupting to consumers. Josh and Andres also explore what sets Wunderkind apart. Almost every E-commerce company uses triggered emails, but they're only able to do that if the user actually has a website login and didn't checkout as a guest. Wunderkind can identify if a company has permission to send a user who visited a website triggered emails – if so, you can reach far more consumers who visit your website later on with these emails, no sign up necessary. This type of marketing subtly guides the consumers through products that fit them and what they've expressed interest in before on an online storefront. Tech and insight leverage is vital, and that's what Wunderkind can offer their clients. Wunderkind also doesn't track you across websites – they only look at what you've liked in a specific store. Wunderkind is very privacy compliant and they are buttoned-up when it comes to data privacy. Wunderkind has worked with countless major brands and they've accomplished these milestones by having performance guarantees that Wunderkind themselves drive. These promises change the tone of a sales conversation and their social proof further speaks to their authority in their space. Josh and Andres also explore when a company should consider working with a SaaS company like Wunderkind. They set this threshold at about 4 million in revenue annually for their E-commerce offering. Andres also explains that Wunderkind has used custom store frameworks in the past, but they're actually steering away from that as they move into 2022. From a coding perspective, keeping uniformity is key. Brands don't typically love to offer discounts on their items since it devalues the brand, but Andres explains that context is everything. If you offer a starter deal to get your consumer hooked on your brand, you won't struggle to keep repeat customers and you won't devalue your brand that way. If you're interested in trying out a Wunderkind demo, get in touch with their team https://www.wunderkind.co/resources/get-a-demo/ (here). Contact Andres Moran via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about Wunderkind at their website https://www.wunderkind.co/ (https://www.wunderkind.co/). Check out Wunderkind on LinkedIn athttps://www.linkedin.com/company/scalewerks/about/ ( )https://www.linkedin.com/company/bewunderkind/?originalSubdomain=mz (https://www.linkedin.com/company/bewunderkind/?originalSubdomain=mz). Check out Andres Moran on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/andresmoran/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/andresmoran/). Don't forget to subscribe to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur and thank you for listening. Tune in next time! More from UpMyInfluence: ✅ We are actively booking guests for our DAILY Entrepreneur Success Podcast.https://upmyinfluence.com/guest ( Schedule HERE). ✅ Are you a 6-figure consultant? Let us fill your sales schedule and move you to 7-figures.https://upmyinfluence.com/b2b ( Learn more here). ✅ Check out our freehttps://upmyinfluence.com/1 ( Authority Transformation Masterclass).
Pat Leonard, of the New York Daily News, joins the podcast (2:45) to break down the Giants firing of head coach Joe Judge and the mismanagement of the Giants organization throughout the past decade. We have entered the "Red Wedding" phase of the NFL and offseason means for many teams, like the Giants, that they are trying to find the right General Manager and Head Coach combo. Novak Djokovic (40:23) is defending his Australian Open title from last year. Yet his battle has already begun with the Australian Government due to his vaccination status and wrongful entry into the country. As we approach the start of the Open, it is still possible that Novak could be deported from the country. *** Have a topic you want to write about? ANYONE and EVERYONE can publish for ConductDetrimtental.com. Let us know if you want to join the team. Dan Wallach (@WallachLegal) Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust) Mike Lawson (@mike_sonof_law) Tarun Sharma (@tksharmalaw) Steph Weissenburger (@SWeissenburger_) Jason Morrin (@jason_morrin) Conduct Detrimental (@ConDetrimental) ConDetrimental@gmail.com
Judd Zulgad from SKOR North's Purple Daily (and much more) joined Ross to chat about the Minnesota Vikings search for a new General Manager and Head Coach. Why was now the right time for the SKOL to make major changes? What will next season look like? Plus Judd takes another stab at 5 Phil'er Questions and a little Gophers hockey talk too!
Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by Jim Rooney – of the Pittsburgh Steelers-famed Rooney family – to break down the Bears' hiring process for both a head coach and general manager.
On today's show, host Jon Zaghloul breaks down the Bears’ top candidates for Head Coach and General Manager, and explains who he thinks would best fit each role. Jon also catches up with Mike North, host of The Odds Couple on ESPN 1000, and contributor to the Barroom Network (26:46)! They discuss […]
Hour 4: The Giants are reportedly beginning their interviews for a new General Manager with a guy named Joe Schoen, who is currently the assistant GM up in Buffalo, we got to hear the passion through the phone as some Giants fans dialed up the show to do some venting, Gio breaks the rules and discovers something in the process, Jerry then delivered the essentials before Wednesday's highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day', after that Gio explained the situation he now finds himself in after breaking the bathroom rules.
Hour 1: The Giants have elected to move on from Joe Judge, this on the heels of Dave Gettleman's retirement means Big Blue is getting a big makeover as their search for a new General Manager and a new Head Coach – in that order - is officially underway. The guys discussed where it went wrong for Judge and how this time around John Mara & Steve Tisch need to get it right, Boomer has seen a lot since starting hosting mornings on WFAN, Jerry Recco returned and did what was expected of him by delivering an update gem, some knew news surfaces from Geno Smith's DUI arrest that doesn't do much to help his case, Tom Brady helps his tight-end's cause, Mike Tomlin admits to falling asleep during the Chargers-Raiders game, Aaron Rodgers is still spouting off, Mets to retire Keith Hernandez's #17 and some more reaction to letting Judge go.
Our featured interview tonight is with Phil Morgan, the General Manager of the Missouri Meerschaum Co. Missouri Meerschaum has been making the original American-made Corn Cob Pipes for over 150-years. Phil is joined on the show by his daughter, Shannon Hock. She has been working at the company for several years and will be increasing her role there. We will also talk about Missouri Meerschaum's take over of sales and marketing for Old Dominion corn cob and clay pipes, and the differences between the brands. In the "Pipe Parts" segment Brian will have a review of one our listener's pipe collections.