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It has been a little while since we last had the opportunity to talk so I would like to start off by saying Thank you…. Thank you for continuing to support this show and tuning in today. For those of you joining us for the first time, go ahead and click subscribe or follow in your podcasting software so you don't miss a single episode of the Tech Chef. Today's theme is about “out with the old, in with the new.” Today's show will be a very abbreviated show and we won't have a guest on like we normally do. The show is all about what I have been up to and what is coming up! First and foremost, I am announcing here, for the first time, that I have spent my last days at 4R Restaurant Group and have moved on to a new company. I will always cherish my time at 4Rivers and all of the amazing team members that I had the opportunity to work with and the accomplishments we have fulfilled. I would also like to thank John Rivers for his leadership during the time I was working at his company. He is truly a lighthouse in our community. In regards to where I have landed, well, that is the big news I promised you today. I am officially announcing that I have joined Virtual Dining Concepts as the SVP of Technology. This is great step for me in my career as I help build, what I believe, is one of the most cutting edge concepts currently in the restaurant market space. So what is VDC and what are they all about, you ask? VDC offers restaurant owners an easy solution to generate more revenue out of your existing kitchens with minimal impact to current operations. Attract new customers with delivery-only menus using food delivery services. The magic of Robert Earl, who also owns Earl Enterprises, is that he has joined up with well-known celebrities and brands that will bring instant virtual kitchen success to your business. Brands such as NASCAR, Mr. Beast Burger, Bar Stool Bites, Guy Fieri's Flavortown are just a small portion of the brands that are offered and there are so many more in the pipeline. If you are interested and would like more information on becoming a partner, please visit https://www.virtualdiningconcepts.com/ (https://www.virtualdiningconcepts.com). So on the heals of that news, hopefully you are all getting ready for the MURTEC Executive Summit which will be from Wednesday through Friday, October 13-15th. Once again, out with the old, in with the new…… FINALLY we are meeting in person after…..how long? I will be speaking on Friday in a session called: Research Super Session Panel: HT's 2021 Customer Engagement Technology Study featuring: – Daniel Connolly, Professor, Drake University – Marybeth Pearce, Executive Director, Comcast Business – Mike Maxwell, Chief Technology Officer, Hathway – Your's truly Hotel & restaurant guests have ranked the tech-driven experiences that influence their willingness to spend — including mobility, off-prem solutions, and preferences around ordering and payments. Our panel will reveal the results of its annual Customer Engagement Technology Study, and ask us, as a panel of industry voices to weigh in on how these solutions can drive revenue in 2022 and beyond. If you have not signed up yet but would still like to attend, please make sure you visit https://www.murtecsummit.com/ (https://www.murtecsummit.com/) I truly hope you can join us this week in Orlando. With guest speakers such as Donald Burns, otherwise known as the Restaurant Coach as well as keynote speakers Ben Hall, CIO for Krispy Kreme and Paul Macaluso, President and CEO of Another Broken Egg, this particular year of the MURTEC Executive Summit will be special. How To Contact MeComment hotline: 954-302-0851 Website: https://skipkimpel.com/ (https://SkipKimpel.com) (show notes will be posted here) Instagram: https://instagram.com/skipkimpel (https://instagram.com/skipkimpel)...
9:19:36 – Frank in New Jersey, plus the Other Side. Topics include: The train station, Tim Hortons, Krispy Kreme, vegan foods, express train, John Galt, Ayn Rand, The Mike Wallace Interview, coffee, farro, Riverboat Gambler, Triple Shot, Tri-Sports (1989), Midtown Comics, Carry On Nurse (1959), Carry on Spying (1964), Carry on Matron (1972), Carry on Cleo (1964), […]
9:19:36 – Frank in New Jersey, plus the Other Side. Topics include: The train station, Tim Hortons, Krispy Kreme, vegan foods, express train, John Galt, Ayn Rand, The Mike Wallace Interview, coffee, farro, Riverboat Gambler, Triple Shot, Tri-Sports (1989), Midtown Comics, Carry On Nurse (1959), Carry on Spying (1964), Carry on Matron (1972), Carry on Cleo (1964), […]
Hey Bougie Babes! Ever been drugged before? Our bougie bartender Kev recounts a story where he feels that he definitely drugged at a house party. The crazy memories of this hilarious tale are narrated by Kev and his good friend Gwen. This one's got it all; a mystery drink, peer pressure, bread sticks, a mirror, and a mystery stain on a blazer. Tune in to get down to the bottom of this whodunit. Grab your Krispy Kreme popcorn, an Icee spiked with vodka, and a seatbelt to take this outrageous ride down memory lane.
Tune in now and don't forget to sign up for www.solciety.co! Speaker 1 (00:03):Welcome to the Solarpreneur podcast, where we teach you to take your solar business to the next level. My name is Taylor Armstrong and I went from $50 in my bank account and struggling for groceries to closing 150 deals in a year and cracking the code on why sales reps fail. I teach you to avoid the mistakes I made and bringing the top solar dogs, the industry to let you in on the secrets of generating more leads, falling up like a pro and closing more deals. What is a Solarpreneur you might ask a Solarpreneur is a new breed of solar pro that is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve mastery and you are about to become one.Speaker 2 (00:42):What's up Solarpreneurs Taylor Armstrong. Back with another episode here in the studio, hope you're doing well. And as always, we're doing these podcasts to help you close more deals, generate more leads and referrals, and hopefully have a much better time in the solar industry. Hopefully we can achieve that for you. So today we're going to get into an episode. I just got back from an event it's called, uh, driven. Um, if you're following me on social media, maybe saw me post about it by great Amanda. So I'm going to recap a few things from that event. Thought there was a lot of speakers that can apply directly to you. Uh, you know, the solar industry and some good takeaways. I got to someone to give you a little recap on a few takeaways. I got that I, I think will benefit everyone listening to this podcast today.Speaker 2 (01:35):Um, before we get into that, we are, uh, approaching how we in here. It is October at the time of this recording. And just remember with October, you are out there and trick or treating for free money. If you're knocking doors and whatever you're doing, really, if you are sending out online ads, if you're getting leads, remember it's just trick or treating, you know, you're just trick or treating out there. So that's the little tip of this month. Make sure you come across with that trick treating mindset, any door you knock thing. All right, I'm going to get my candy today. I'm going to get my dough today. And that's the mindset you got to have. We've had some incredible guests on just got done actually with a podcast. Um, you're going to hear about as soon don't want to spill the beans on it quite yet, but uh, this dude I think set the industry record for most deals closed in a month.Speaker 2 (02:29):He's he coming up on bat here in a couple of weeks as podcasts will drop. So stay tuned for that, but um, just great takeaways I've gotten and it's to have the extreme confidence that you're going to close. Any deal that you walk up to you with, you're going to book any appointment that you S um, you know, any door you knock, you're going to book an appointment with them. Really that's the big key here is people have that extreme confidence. Hey, Andy, I always think of this job like a sport, cause really it's not that much different. The great people in sports have extreme confidence that they're the best that they're achieving. The greatest things that they're the goats. And guess what the great people in the solar industry, they have that exact same mindset. They think they're the best and that's why they're having an extreme success.Speaker 2 (03:18):So to remember that just fresh on my mind as I get out of this podcast interview. So let's jump into this event, takeaway that I had and the main takeaways I'm going to given you are from Andy Frisella okay. If you haven't listened to my podcast on 75 hard, that was few months ago. Go check that out. And I would invite all of our listeners to go try 75 hard. If you haven't, it's going to get your brain on a different level, as far as thinking and breaking past limitations. So Andy Frisella, if you don't know him, just give a little background. He started a supplement company called first forum. That's formed with P H O R M and now he speaks on just kind of like politics. He's not like a politician like speak or whatever, but he just, um, believe deeply that our country's heading in the wrong directions.Speaker 2 (04:08):So that's what his podcast is focused on. Now it's called real AEF. So another highly recommended podcast, but he just has that hustle mindset. And he's, you know, tons of people listens. I think he has like the top business podcast. It's been the top business podcasts for years and he has just a mindset that I think can apply to our industry, um, and sells directly. He's been at for a long time. So he's one of the speakers I liked. This event is called driven. It's put on by Albert [inaudible] and for the event, review is a great event. The speakers world was probably one of the best speakers lineup I have ever seen at an event. Um, Albert, I will say, I'm not a huge fan of, uh, Albert Sophie's listening to this, then I apologize, but, um, didn't love his speaking, but he did bring a lot of Latino audience to the event.Speaker 2 (05:02):He's a Mexican and, and that was a big focus of his talk is that he had success being a Mexican and I'm like, dude, anyone can have success. It doesn't matter what race you are. I know there's limitations. But, um, anyways, that overall was a great event. And as always, always be looking for ways you can level up events, I think are one of the best ways is networking with other people and then learning from amazing speakers like this. So I want to jump into a few of these takeaways. You're going to be a quicker episode, but Andy Frisella, he just talked on basically that mindset. You need to have to push past your limitations and he gave five tips. I'm going to be given examples that we can use in the solar industry on this podcast today. And then just think about how can you apply these things in your life, in all areas, because what he talked about, it applies to everything.Speaker 2 (05:55):And that's why when we highlighting Frisella in specific, um, just because I thought it's most applicable and most takeaways I got that I can go do these things in change my results today, especially when it comes to solar sales. And then number two, cause he is actually, um, I guess I shouldn't say this, um, prematurely, but if he is hopefully coming on the podcast soon, so stay tuned for that. And um, that's line work, working out the details. So don't quote me on it yet, but I got a verbal confirmation. Hey Andy, for sale, it's going to be sick. Okay. So the first takeaway and first point he made is make sure you call your mind to your purpose, make sure you know where you want to go. And this mistake I realize I've been making right now, I've got a lot going on. I've got the podcasts, we're launching our society training platform.Speaker 2 (06:49):We're making some huge changes to that coming up very soon. So a lot of work with that. And then I realized that I lose. I've lost focus on really how many deals do I want to be closing a month? What's my purpose. Hey, what, what do I want to be doing with the money I'm making in solar? And one of my goals, favorite month, I've lost purpose. And I've lost really sight on the clarity that I used to have in solar. So I want to remind, especially the people that have been in solar for a while, make sure that you call your mind your purpose. Make sure you remember what, what's my crystal clear goal. What do I want to do with the money I'm making? And um, just remind yourself why you're doing it. Vision boards are a great way to do that. We talked about it before, but put your goal on your mirror, put it somewhere you can see and then remind yourself of that.Speaker 2 (07:41):Okay? Cause I go month after month, I've been in this industry, well almost six years now. And at this point, sometimes it gets easy for me. Am I okay? I'm just going to close. I'm just going to go for a couple of deals this week, where the guys that are having extreme success, they know, okay, this month I'm going to close 15 deals and here's what I'm going to do with that money I'm making, here's the investment I'm going to make. Make sure you have that type of clarity. And then number two, Andy talked about make up your mind that rules are set in stone. So he's in me. What does he mean by this? Basically just doing the hard things, even when you don't want to do them so we can apply this, especially when it comes to solar. Um, if we're out there on the doors knocking doors for trying to get in a specific amount of duels for trying to hit a specific amount of hours, what's the minimum.Speaker 2 (08:33):What's the minimum thing that you're going to let that you're going to do this today. Right? How many hours are you going to work minimum? So make sure you have, as a rule, that's set in stone for me, we recently did. We're going to knock, um, eat no matter how many deals we have that day, we recently started talking about at our company, okay, we're going to 15 doors minimum. Even if we have, I don't know, five, six deals that day five, six appointments. We're still going to go out and we're going to hit our 15 doors. Okay. So something like that. What's your non-negotiable what thing are you going to do? No matter what's maybe it's, you're going to follow up with five people no matter what every day. So set something in stone and make sure you do it in Andy. What I thought was really cool.Speaker 2 (09:21):He talked about when we start to compromise, it leads to complacency and then that complacency, it will lead to lack of confidence, which will eventually lead to quitting. And as he said that, I'm like, well, that is why a lot of people have quit in solar because they start compromise. They start compromising the little things that they were supposed to do that day. And then what does that do? Leads the complacency. Ah, I didn't hit, I didn't hit my 15 doors today. Um, yeah, I, I don't have to do that every day. I'll just do it when I'm feeling like it. Then that leads to the lack of confidence. And most people quit after that. Okay. If they don't quit, they're going to start making way less money and selling themselves short. So that was the second point. And then number three, he talked about, get your mind clear on the specific critical tasks that are essential for you.Speaker 2 (10:10):And if anyone follows Andy Frisella, he has something, he calls a powerless. I know he has like a planner. You can go buy a new this, but it was funny. He was talking about his planner. He's like, guys, I don't even have this planner to myself. To be honest, he doesn't even have his own product. He's like, you can do this on a piece of paper in a notebook. And his thing is, write down five critical tasks that must be done to consider your day a win. So I thought that's a great idea for people that maybe you've gotten some bad habits. Maybe you're not clear on what you need to do, do this. And your daily planning, try it, pick out the five things you need to do to consider that data win and all he does at the end of the day, he puts a w next to it.Speaker 2 (10:53):If he got it done, he puts an L next to it. If he lost, if you didn't get it done. And then once you execute a specific task for 21 days, you take it off your list. And at that point, hopefully it's a habit, right? If you miss three days of that thing of that thing, that's helping you win the day. Then that task must go back on the list. So for our Solarpreneurs, think about what five things do you need to do today? What are your five critical tasks? Maybe two, you need to knock the 15 doors. Like I was saying to maybe it's you need to make, um, knocks X amount of doors or talk to X amount of homeowners or get an X amount of appointments. If some of these things, obviously you can control more than others, but think about five things that you can control, the hours you work, the, uh, contacts you make the follow-ups you do.Speaker 2 (11:45):These are all things you can control. So what are things like that? And also, you know, just things that are helping you in your, in your, what are five things you can put on the list and then start to do that. And then you're going to see very clearly if you're winning or losing. So I thought that was a great thing. Something I'm going to start implementing right away. Then number four, he said, intentionally, focus your mind on what you will gain, not what you're giving up. This is a great tip. Just in general, anything you're trying to achieve. If you focus on the things you're giving up, it's gonna make it way harder to have success. He gave the example of like a diet, right? If you focus on, oh, I'm giving up my Twinkies, I'm giving up my Krispy Kreme donuts. I'm giving up my, uh, pizza hut.Speaker 2 (12:30):Like all these things. If you focus on that piece of it, it's gonna make it way harder to have success because your mind is so focused on your mind is gonna want whatever you're thinking about. Right? So if you're thinking about all that junk food, it's going to make it way harder to have success in whatever diet you're trying to be a part of. So that's a good example, but also it applies to sales, right? Um, if I'm out there knocking doors and I have fallen, I know cause I've fallen in this chap. Um, a lot myself is I'm focusing on, oh, I gotta go out and work. If I'm focusing on, oh, I need to knock five hours today. Um, this is going to, it's going to be hot out there. It's going to suck. My legs are going to be tired. All these things, the more attention you give them, the more it gets in your brain.Speaker 2 (13:15):That's no different whether you apply it to a diet, whether you play it to sales, whether you apply it, apply it to closing deals, whatever your mind thinks about that's what's going to happen, right. Law of attraction right there. So, um, consider that as you're outworking today, focus on the good things, right? Oh, I'm going to talk to 20 homeowners out here. That's all I need to do for me. That's a lot easier than I'm going to go out and knock four hours can be hot skin. My legs are going to be tired. Repeat at yourself. This is what affirmations are for. Hey I'm I follow a river Skinner guests we had on the podcast, but he puts out a great pod podcast and great content. He gives, he talks about affirmations or something that helps them all the time. As y'all, as he's out closing deals, he's on the doors.Speaker 2 (14:02):I love myself. I love myself. I love myself. I'm the greatest salesman in the world. All these things. You're going to repeat it verbally. And it's training your mind to think about those things rather than the negatives, right? So that's how you do it. And that's a great key to success as you're out there closing soul retails. And the last point before we wrap up is mentally transform negative emotions into triggers. Hey, and a great book. I would recommend, I think I've mentioned it before, but as the power of habit by Charles Duhigg, he talks about these triggers. Okay. So think about how you can transform the negative into a trigger for the positive. A N Andy said, emotions can't force you to do anything, understand, understand that your emotions are commentators, not commanders. Okay? So even if you feel depressed, overwhelmed, use those as triggers to go out and work harder.Speaker 2 (14:56):And Andy talked about that's how he's had success in all his businesses. Any time he calls him test days, anytime where he felt terrible, he didn't want to go work. He didn't want to push that day. Old days. He pushed even harder because he knew if he could train his brain to push, even when he felt terrible and didn't want to do anything that day, then it's going to make it that much easier when he did feel decent. So go and do it have a test day. We're all going to feel like not knocking doors, where I'm going to feel like not going to that next deal. We're going to feel like we suck, but if we can push past it and do it anyways, that's going to train our brain brain to have success and execute in spite of the negative day. And then go read that book power habits.Speaker 2 (15:41):It's a, if you want to get more in depth on it, Charles, do he, he talks about all the triggers and in our habits and really ways we can set ourselves up for things to be a trigger instead of a hindrance. So that those are some key takeaways. I hope you enjoy those. So I was, um, maybe a little bit over the, all over the place with my notes here, but I thought he had some super powerful things. We can start applying today in the solar industry, my Solarpreneurs. Let me know if you have anything else that helps you on those tough days. Look forward to connecting with you more. That's the episode today, send it to someone that needs help. And that's really what we're trying to do. We're trying to help as many people as possible. So don't forget push hard even when you don't want to.Speaker 2 (16:24):Hey, Solarpreneurs quick question. 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We have an update on our cleanse! It was intense, to say the least. Plus some food news from Krispy Kreme. https://www.foodbeast.com/news/krispy-kreme-cinnamon-rolls/ We discuss our thoughts on pumpkin patches and apple picking. We also have some weird music from the pop stars of our day! Eminem was spotted serving spaghetti at his restaurant Mom's Spaghetti https://www.cnn.com/2021/09/30/entertainment/eminem-restaurant/index.html and Shakira was attacked by wild boars! https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-58747464 Lastly, we listen to a voicemail from Interior Designer, Brandon! We need Brandon's help! Follow us on facebook, instagram and twitter @JKJandAL. Call and leave us a voicemail at 404-477-4160 or e-mail us at email@example.com Join our patreon for more fun! patreon.com/jennakimjones
Isaia fills in for Hudson him and Nikki find out that pet parents are very lenient with bad behaving pets. They also look at the most hated fast food across the world. Marvel lawsuits, a treasure chest in the ocean, rich people in space, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.
Hudson and Nikki explain why you are not supposed to drink coffee when you first wake up. Also they try the limited edition Maple Krispy Kreme Donuts. Tired 911 calls, a stolen phone booth, gleeking on TikTok, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.
WARNING: This episode is intended for a mature audience. Listener discretion is advised. Topics of fear, horror, threat, illness, and general unpleasantness. As I headed out of the summer holiday period, I was fortunate to be able to record a sequence of intriguing conversations with people from across the community. Today you'll be listening to the third and final conversation. This one is on the topic of fear and my guest is, of course, Peter Laws. For those not in the know, Peter Laws is an ordained minister with a fascination for the macabre, an author, journalist, film critic, public speaker, and regular writer for Fortean Times. He is the creator of the Matt Hunter novel series and the host of the Creepy Cove Community Church podcast - an immersive, horror-themed ‘church service', broadcast from the mysterious fishing town of Creepy Cove. Besides from horror, Peter is said to hail from somewhere down south and enjoys retro TV and Krispy Kreme donuts. Creepy Cove Community Church Podcast: https://www.creepycove.com/ Peter Laws on Twitter: @revpeterlaws Roleplay Rescue Details: Roleplay Rescue Theme Song and incidental music by TJ Drennon. Voice Message: anchor.fm/rpgrescue/message Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Patreon: patreon.com/rpgrescue Blog: roleplayrescue.com MeWe Group: mewe.com/join/roleplayrescue (or search "Roleplay Rescue") Buy Che Webster a Coffee: ko-fi.com/cwebster
Hudson, Nikki, and Isaia try the new Apple Lover's Donuts from Krispy Kreme for todays Food Fight. They also talk haircut stories and Hudsons fear of the Barbershop. A poop freezer, AMC accepting all coins, an adulting survey, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.
The Gals are joined again by dear friend and cover artist Grace Aki from Tell Me on a Sunday Podcast to deep dive star of the oughts, Alison Lohman. The gang explores her four major films White Oleander, Big Fish, Matchstick Men, and Drag Me to Hell in an attempt to figure out why Ms. Lohman disappeared from Hollywood. Chels apologizes to Morgan for almost killing her for this marathon, Grace has some hot Krispy Kreme thoughts, and the gang hasn't forgotten the crimes of Billy Crudup. Quite possibly the most chaotic episode to date! Get your tickets to Grace's virtual show! Buy Grace's rad art & merch! Follow us!TwitterInstagram
Hudson and Nikki get to interview Jared Marc and speak with him about his upcoming performance at the Consuming Fire Music Festival. They also break down the end of Hudson's favorite season Hot Dog Season. Peppa pig, college football, edible coffee cups, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.
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This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots… Just the facts… for August 26th, 2021. The international scientists sent to China by the World Health Organization to find the coronavirus' origin said yesterday, get ready to not be surprised, the search has stalled and the window of opportunity for ever getting to the truth is “closing fast.” And the U.S. intelligence review ordered up by the US proved inconclusive. So the world's scientists and governments have proven incapable of finding out how this happened so we can help prevent it from happening again. The new Governor of New York acknowledged on her first day in office the state has had nearly 12,000 more deaths from COVID-19 than her predecessor Andrew Cuomo told the public. She said, “The public deserves an honest picture of what's happening. Good or bad, they need to know the truth. And that's how we restore confidence.” Another blow for those who believe the vaccines are more dangerous than getting COVID-19 itself. A study from Israel says an infection carries a far higher risk of heart inflammation than Pfizer's vaccine. 3 cases of heart inflammation for every 100,000 people vaccinated with Pfizer and 11 per 100,000 in people who had COVID. We're starting to see more sticks and fewer carrots. Delta is going to charge employees on its company health plan $200 a month extra if they don't get vaccinated. It says the average hospital stay for the virus costs them $40,000. They're also stopping extending pay protection to unvaccinated workers who get COVID starting September 30. Oh wait, there are still companies using carrots. Well, hardly carrots. Krispy Kreme has upped the ante and will give two free donuts every day until September 5 to anyone who shows proof of vaccination. Krispy Kreme has given out 2.5 million donuts since March when they started giving people one free donut, and they'll go back to the one donut deal after September 5 for the rest of the year. In the United States cases were up 23%, deaths are up 111%, and hospitalizations are up 32% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending up since July 5. There are 7,829,286 active cases in the United States. With not all states reporting daily case numbers, the five states with the most new cases: Florida 26,203. Texas 21,961. California 13,583. Georgia 10,677. And Louisiana 6,619. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Cook, GA. Clay, KY. Pierce, GA. Brantley, GA. Dodge, GA. Hancock, MS. Nome Census Area, AK. Glynn, GA. Berrien, GA. And McIntosh, GA. There have been at least 632,223 deaths in U.S. recorded as Covid-related. NPR did not update the top and bottom vaccinating states so they remain: 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont at 67.5%, Massachusetts at 65.4%, and Connecticut and Maine at 65.1%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are Alabama at 36.6%, Mississippi at 36.8%, and Wyoming at 37.9%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is 51.5%. The 5 countries with the largest recent 24-hour increase in the number of fully vaccinated people: Georgia up 8%. South Korea 5%. And El Salvador, Morocco, and Suriname 3%. Globally, cases were flat and deaths were up 1% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending up since June 21. There are 18,196,147 active cases around the world. The five countries with the most new cases: The United States 171,737. India 46,397. Iran 39,983. The U.K. 35,847. And Brazil 30,529. There have now been at least 4,461,819 deaths reported as Covid-related worldwide. For the latest updates, subscribe for free to Coronavirus 411 on your podcast app or ask your smart... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hal was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma and went to school in Oklahoma City where he was a junior Rotarian and was exposed for the first time to the business world. He attended UCO and OU studying marketing and finance and then began his career in the restaurant industry while attending OU and a restaurant on Campus Corner. Hal has held C-level leadership, often as the CEO, President, or owner, for restaurants and corporations that include Steak & Ale, Pillsbury, Haagen Daz Ice Cream, and Chili's Restaurants, Outback Steakhouse, On the Border, and Krispy Kreme. In June 1992, he founded Hal Smith Restaurants along with Hank Kraft, David Brauckmann and Mike Rogers. HSR is a restaurant management company headquartered in Norman, Oklahoma responsible for these restaurant concepts: Charleston's Restaurant, Red Rock Canyon Grill, Mahogany Prime Steakhouse, Ted's Café Escondido as a partner to Ted Curtis, Louie's Bar & Grill, Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill, Hefner Grill, The Garage, Upper Crust, Pub W, Jimmy B's, Notorious Pie, Neighborhood Jam, The Library Bar and Grill, Mama Roja, and Hollie's. Lexie Winters is a 12 year old entrepreneur, owner of Mooi (Pronounced "moy") Mooi is an all-natural and organic skincare business that sells exfoliation scrubs and body butters. Lexie's Exfoliation Scrubs are used to remove dead skin and moisturize dry skin. They come in different scents like Sweet Orange and Lavender. Her Body Butters are used to moisturize dry skin and then give your skin a protective layer against UV rays. They come in scents like Coconut and Vanilla. I also have one that smells like shea butter. Lexie started Mooi because she wasn't getting a good result when I used store bought beauty products. She didn't like the chemicals in them and it was hard to find stuff that works great. Mooi only uses all-natural ingredients and no harmful chemicals are in the products.
In this edition of Here's to the Zeits I'll never remember, Jack and Miles discuss the new Starbucks Apple Crisp Macchiato, Disneyland's 'Magic Key' Pass, the 20 year anniversary of Aaliyah's death, the NFL's QBs being pro-disease, OnlyFans flip-flopping like a fish, Krispy Kreme upping the ante, and New Zealand finally joining the rest of us in the Pandemic Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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San Jose City Leaders pass vaccine mandate after protest disrupts meeting, Krispy Kreme is sweetening it's free doughnut promotion for vaccinated people, and some fast facts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hudson and Nikki look at a man who has been selling land on the moon for over 35 years. Also they give their best Disney character impressions. Blood infused skateboards, free donuts at Krispy Kreme, the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile, and more on this episode of Worst of The RIOT.
I, for one, bow down to our robot overlords. Robots have been all around us for many years. Why do we have such an obsession for these audacious automata? Jay and Shua look at robots in movies, TV, and life in general on Enjoy Stuff. Bang your head with some heavy metal! Robots have become a regular part of our life. We look at the history of robots and how they have programmed their way into our pop culture. This week on Enjoy Stuff, it's The Life Robotic with 5T3V3-Z1550U. News -The purchase of Casa Bonita by Matt Stone and Trey Parker is official -Mexico will soon be able to enjoy Krispy Kreme Donut Cereal -Dress up for breakfast with some Fruity and Cocoa Pebbles Cereal makeup What we're Enjoying Jay and Shua are both tremendously enjoying the Apple+ series Ted Lasso with Jason Sudekis. It has heart and humor with some great messages thrown in. Enjoy Life Where did robots come from? How long have they been around? It may surprise you to find out that the first automated machine dates back to 1737. Though ‘Digesting Duck' may have been a far cry from Boston Dynamic's Spot robot, it was still the humble beginnings of centuries of mechanized men. Once we got our first glimpse of a non-biological creature doing its thing, we couldn't get enough. Soon they were beeping their way into books, movies, toys, and everyday life. We use them to entertain, to do jobs that are too dangerous for humans, and for companionship. (I love you, Roomba!) To head off the imminent threat of a Cylon takeover, Isaac Asimov created three laws that should keep them in their place. But writers have been challenging that concept in many stories ever since. But what makes a robot a robot? Could it be classified as an android or a cyborg? What kinds of robots do you have a magnetic attraction to? Johnny 5? Wall-E? Or do you have more dark tastes and would like to snuggle up with the Terminator? Did you play with robot toys growing up? Or did you wait until we had real robots of today, like the Mars Curiosity Rover? We would love to hear your thoughts on those plastic pals that are fun to be with. Let us know in the Discord channel or send us an email to email@example.com
The Black Effect Presents... Earn Your Leisure. Dr. Shaquille O'Neal aka Shaq is not only one of the best best basketball players ever, he's also one of the best businessmen of our generation. He has a huge franchise business which includes Papa John's, Auntie Anne's, Krispy Kreme, and Five Guys. He invested in Google before it went public, and Ring before Amazon acquired it. Furthermore, he owns the intellectual property to some of the most iconic brands in history. He has also sold over 150 million pairs of affordable sneakers at Walmart and he's established himself as one of the best marketers ever. We talked about all the above accolades and more on episode 141. He also spoke about his experiences with the late great Kobe Bryant and The Notorious BIG, and he gave advice for all up and coming and established entrepreneurs looking to take their business to the next level. #shaq #business #Investing EYL University: https://www.eyluniversity.com Guest IG: https://instagram.com/shaq?utm_medium=copy_link Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Despite a great 2nd-quarter report (and a $15 million stock buyback plan), Target failed to impress Wall Street. Lowe's pops 10% after strong 2nd-quarter profits and raising full-year guidance. Alicia Alfiere analyzes those stories and Krispy Kreme's first report as a public company.
Welcome to episode 289 of The Outdoor Biz Podcast with Atlantic British Vice President of Business Development and Growth David Newey. We talk about how a guy from Sony Pictures and Krispy Kreme moves on to Valspar, Primaloft, and now Atlantic British. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Please give us a rating and review HERE Show Notes David's introduction to the Outdoors I grew up in the Adirondacks basically. It's sort of the foothills of the Adirondacks in Saratoga Springs, New York. And as far as an introduction to the outdoors in general, that's how we grew up, camping, we grew up, dirt biking and off-roading and all kinds of sports in the summer. And then lots of winter sports skiing, ski racing, that kind of thing. Sony Pictures Krispy Kream Valspar PrimaLoft Atlantic British Land Rover The Land Rover Offroad Driving School David's advice for folks wanting to get into the Overlanding business These are lifestyle businesses, you have to want to eat, sleep and play in this world. I think it benefits those who are authentic. I would look for what makes you want to get out of bed in the morning? What are you passionate about? Because you're going to be dealing with those people and they're going to see right through you. So, I would say follow your passions and look for those companies and segments that cater to that and dive right in. I mean, there's really no better way. David's favorite books Business Books Favorite piece of outdoor gear under a hundred dollars any knife from Columbia River Knife and Tool Company Black Diamond Moji Lantern Follow up with David firstname.lastname@example.org Linkedin Atlantic British Facebook Instagram YouTube 02:35 - 03:01 Intro to Outdoors 06:02 - 06:48 How David developed his career 22:58 - 22:38 Advice
John Wilker joins Tim to talk about writing sci-fi books and running 360iDev an Apple development conference - this year online and in person in Denver, Colorado. More Than Just Code has John Wilker to blame for putting Jaime and Tim in the same room, eventually with Mark and sometimes Greg and Tammy. Find out how to get a ticket either online or in person and discounts for WIT, Veterans and Apple dev Meetups (Cocoaheads) Special Guest: John Wilker.
Great coaches are constantly evaluating themselves! Season 2, Episode 4: Mark Wood – Head Basketball Coach at Liberty High School (AZ) Twitter: @LHSCoachWood Coach Wood from Liberty High School basketball in Arizona joins us to discuss all things development! Development of himself as a coach over time. Development of his system over time. And development of his athletes into well-rounded individuals! This is a great podcast for any young coach that is interested in growing. Most good ones are! We can't thank Coach Wood enough for his time with us. We are wishing him and his team the best leading into the school year! If you enjoyed this episode please drop a like and a comment as it really helps us get the word out! If you haven't already be sure to subscribe to our channel for all the latest videos and turn on the notifications so you know when it comes out! Thank you all, once again, for your support. It has been unbelievable! We can't wait to see where this journey leads! Have a great week! **************************************************************************** I evaluated everything about conventional basketball that I thought was wrong and what bothered me. What's new in your world By? We just got back from Irvine, CA where we spoke at the Best in the US showcase which was awesome. Got to equip some guys and meet some really great coaches. In other news we are getting close to wedding venue selection finalization. I have my fingers crossed for you. Decision-makers, it's hard sometimes. Keeping the fingers crossed d for that. Tune in next week and maybe you will find out where BZB is getting married in 2022. Our plan was to have an In-n-Out truck and a Krispy Kreme donut. Maybe we can get a California In n Out truck. Dinner plates at the low end are like $75 a head. I want a full cheesecake man I want to get my moneys worth. One of the coolest events in professional sports. The field of dreams game played last night. Thoughts on the field of dreams game, do you think they should stay with it? Did you like it? The White Sox and the Yankees it felt like the playoff atmosphere. That is every childhood dream. Then to see one of my best friends, Aaron Bummer, got to come in and shutdown the seventh inning was so cool. Just great for baseball, I mean so much good stuff that it is doing for our game, the excitement and the joy is just a huge thing. I think they should keep it as an every year thing. He went to Sunrise Mountain High School, shout out. I do think they need to play more games there. I don't know how that would work with the All-star game though. That is a huge money maker though. I love the event. I would love to see some sandlot game. What about some college baseball on that field? Iowa and Iowa State every single year. That would be unreal. No other good news I think that's where we are at here. Yea we are gonna wrap that at the good news of the week. But we are gonna move into this week's zen. In the past is when this thing came out on YouTube. Check it out. Success doesn't just happen. For you, what are those main habits that are going to lead to success and a prolonged professional career? Song: LiQWYD - Flow (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: youtu.be/xVS0ruK-7rw Champions School. Podcast. Baseball podcast. Tori Williams. Interview. Mindset training. Stay positive. Meditation. Active. Lifestyle. Personal development. Perspective. Gratitude. Confidence. College. College sports. NCAA sports. NCAA championship. Focus and gratitude. Physical therapy. Change your future! Mental health. Physical health. Gym. Workout. Olympics. Simone Biles. Bronze medal. Gold medal. Affirmations. Personal growth. Peak performance.
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It's National S'mores Day so what better way to celebrate than with s'mores donuts from Krispy Kreme. You'll also learn the newest thing you can buy with bitcoin that you might actually use. As well as Guy Fieri's newest creation the apple pie hot dog. Jason Momoa's shower routine, Oscar Meyers collaboration with dogecoin, a dolphin pandemic, and more on this episode of Worst of The RIOT.
Audio issues to kick us off. Olympic talk. Jon Lester. Doug's fantasy woes. Lana. Iggy's issues with Starbucks. 'The Last Dance' left out Luke Longley. Dillion. Krispy Kreme. Dale joins the program. Ohio State QB forgoing senior season for NIL reasons. Larry Nickel joins us for the WWE Recap.
The Olympics are actively going on. Mental Health is a key piece in this podcast. I bring the importance of how much people don't realize that mental health is VERY intense. Krispy Kreme made some Xbox Donuts? These topics & some Mamba Mentality conversation on another week of the Pass BT Pod. #PassTheMessage #podcast #talker #PASSPodcast #PodcastAboutSportsNStuff #thePassBTpod #Sports #Music #Artists #Gaming #Technology #BuzzSprout #rva804 #Spotify #Subscribe #branding #richmond804 #podcastLife #blymibt #plymibt #podsInColor #professionalRecordingEngineer #AirpodsEscape #SonySesh #rvaPod Music for Intro & Outro:Tanya ChinaLinks:Bagby Referral CodeFlow Page Link (All podcast platforms)Blue Yeti XEmail Signature SitePeachie Clean RVAAngel Number 333Sports: Olympic Medal CountDurant Leads USA team to winUS Women's Team advances to SemifinalsSimone Biles on Mental HealthNaomi Osaka lights torch at OlympicsNBA Draft ResultsWestbrook spoke with LeBron before the tradeStuff:Behance starts subscription-based serviceSimpson's bringing out Arcade1Up SystemKrispy Kreme has Xbox DonutsHalo Infinite BetaAss of the Week:Kidd punished the team because of an Android userPass the Message:Mamba Mentality to Career
6:20 Strasburg out for the year...again 20:43 Simone Biles steps down during Gymnastics team event 36:00 EB wants Krispy Kreme flavored coffee See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shares of Didi fall 15% after the Chinese government stops new users from downloading the ride-hailing app as it conducts a cybersecurity review. Krispy Kreme doesn't raise as much money as it hoped with its IPO. Jason Moser analyzes those stories, discusses the challenge of adding to your winners, and shares why he believes inflation may not be as transitory as once thought. Want 50% off our Stock Advisor service? Just go to http://StockIdeas.fool.com.
Great Joe Rogan and Bill Burr story from the SiriusXM days. Also, coffees from around the world as I steal beer, the crazies really come out during a heatwave, Krispy Kreme hat from Carl Ruiz, getting rid of cars like you get rid of your pets, everyone wats a fruity drink, an issue with Dawgie, my kids can't understand the lack of technology I had growing up, I don't blame Howard Stern taking the whole summer off and much more! This episode sponsored by Hello Fresh - “Go to https://www.hellofresh.com/14opie and use code "opie14" for up to 14 free meals plus free shipping!” NEW merch - www.opieradio.com Join the private Facebook Group by clicking "Become a Supporter" on my https://www.facebook.com/opieradiofans See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.