Perquisito il secondo "covo" di Messina Denaro. Le ultime con Nino Amadore, corrispondente del Sole 24 Ore da Palermo. Francesi in sciopero contro la riforma delle pensioni proposta da Macron che innalzerebbe l'età dell'addio al lavoro da 62 a 64. Ci colleghiamo con Parigi dove c'è Danilo Ceccarelli. Il presidente di Confindustria Bonomi a Radio 24: "Si va verso una ripresa robusta". Dal World Economic Forum di Davos altra buona notizia: l'inflazione avrebbe ormai raggiunto il picco. A Davos anche Greta Thunberg che attacca i grandi gruppi energetici. Il commento di Alberto Orioli, vicedirettore del Sole 24 Ore.
Prima giornata di sciopero in Francia contro la riforma delle pensioni, una prova di forza per Emmanuel Macron, con l'allungamento da 62 a 64 anni dell'età pensionabile come principale provvedimento che suscita la protesta delle opposizioni e dei sindacati. I trasporti, le scuole, gli ospedali, oltre a raffinerie e stazioni di servizio, sono i settori più colpiti dall'agitazione. I lavoratori del settore pubblico dell'elettricità EDF hanno calato la produzione dell'energia annunciando "oltre 7.000 megawatt di calo di produzione senza alcun impatto sugli utenti". Il ministero dell'Interno ha mobilitato 10.000 fra poliziotti e gendarmi per far fronte ad una mobilitazione che potrebbe raggiungere il milione di persone. A Parigi, corteo dalle 14 da place de la République alla Bastiglia, fino a place de la Nation. Emmanuel Macron oggi è in Spagna per un incontro fissato da tempo per la firma del Trattato di Bacellona, se la situazione dovesse complicarsi potrebbe rientrare in fretta. L'età pensionabile salirebbe fino a 64 anni nel 2030, con un aumento progressivo da subito di 3 mesi ogni anno. Ricordiamo che in Italia e Germania (nel 2031) l'età pensionabile è a 67 anni, in Spagna 66 (ma nel 2031 a 67) e in Francia appunto a 62. In media nella zona euro l'età di pensionamento è a 64,99 anni. Ne parliamo con Danilo Ceccarelli, collaboratore del Sole 24 ore da Parigi. Al via Vicenzaoro dal 20 al 24 gennaio. Export del settore +27% nei primi mesi del 2022 Apre domani, venerdì 20 gennaio, sino a martedì 24 gennaio, VOJ Vicenzaoro January The Jewellery Boutique Show l appuntamento internazionale di riferimento in Europa del settore orafo-gioielliero. Ci si aspetta la più grande Vicenzaoro in quasi 70 anni di storia dato che ci saranno oltre 1.300 brand espositori provenienti da 36 Paesi. La fiera ospita i top brand della gioielleria di alta gamma e il meglio dell'orificeria made in Italy. Il 40% proviene dall'estero. 400 i buyer da oltre 60 paesi. Il dato che spicca è quello che riguarda l'export: +27,2% in valore nei primi 9 mesi del 2022 rispetto allo stesso periodo 2021. E +41,4% se confrontato con lo stesso periodo 2019. Atteso il ministro delle imprese e del Made in Italy Adolfo Urso nella cerimonia di apertura. Approfondiamo il tema conMarco Carniello, Global Exhibition Director per la divisione Jewellery&Fashion di Italian Exhibition Group. Snam: balzo degli investimenti a 10 miliardi per rafforzare la sicurezza energetica Un occhio puntato sul breve periodo per continuare a gestire l emergenza scatenata dalla decisione della Russia di ridurre progressivamente le forniture di gas. E un altro focalizzato sulla media-lunga distanza con l obiettivo di rafforzare gli asset strategici per la sicurezza energetica del Paese. Al servizio del quale Snam si è posta con decisione negli ultimi mesi, con l arrivo di Stefano Venier al timone. Si muove su questo doppio livello il nuovo piano strategico del gruppo, presentato oggi, giovedì 19 gennaio, al mercato, il primo firmato dal nuovo ad e che prevede un balzo degli investimenti, con uno sforzo di 10 miliardi da qui al 2026 (+23%). Accanto allo sforzo destinato alla rete di trasporto, Snam concentrerà 1,3 miliardi nell ampliamento e rinnovo dei siti di stoccaggio, a partire da Alfonsine (Ravenna), che farà salire del 15% la capacità su questo versante, mentre 1,4 miliardi serviranno sul fronte del Gnl con un significativo aumento legato all acquisto che il gruppo ha realizzato su mandato del governo di due rigassificatori galleggianti, destinati a Piombino e a Ravenna, e dei relativi investimenti infrastrutturali. Ne parliamo con Stefano Venier, amministratore delegato di Snam.
Jackson Goldstone and Greg Minnaar of the Santa Cruz Syndicate join us on The Inside Line mountain bike podcast. We met up with them at the Fox MTB headquarters as they were deciding on their new race kits for 2023 and debuting the new Union shoe. Jackson discusses his insane huck off a bridge at the Andorra World Cup. Greg talks about breaking his neck in Val di Sole, Italy, 20+ years of racing downhill, going from a super long V10 to reeling the length back in, the 45,000-Euro Showa forks on his Honda G-Cross downhill bike and more.Next week, we'll continue the episode with all the members of the Santa Cruz Syndicate - Laurie Greenland, Nina Hoffman, Jackson, Greg and even Steve Peat! Vital MTB thanksJenson USA- use coupon code InsideLine at checkout and receive 10% off qualifying items Maxxis TiresSanta Cruz Bicycles
In this episode of the Tuesday Ketchup, the boys are healing the Soul...or Sole... you get it. Demon Taxi, Humordifier, a News Segment, and TK feedback are all covered. This ones a good one, come ketch up with us. MERCH GIVEAWAY RULES: 1.) Tag 2 Friends on the Tuesday Ketchup Instagram post telling them to listen to the show (1 Entry) 2.) Post AND tag the Tuesday Ketchup on your story (1 Entry) 3.) Leave a five star review (1 Entry) Tag 10 friends on our post and get entered twice!
Royce Robertson has been through the wringer with sarcoidosis. It's impacted his heart in ways that impact every other aspect of his life. And yet he is scheming for a way to help all of us fight the disease by doing something he loves -- even though sarcoidosis is trying to stand in the way. Show Notes: More on aTyr Pharma: https://atyrpharma.com/ Participate in the aTyr Clinical Trial: https://bit.ly/3EUOxNq aTyr News Release: https://investors.atyrpharma.com/news-releases/news-release-details/atyr-pharma-announces-dosing-first-patient-pivotal-phase-3-efzo Volunteer for the FSR Global Clinical Alliance! www.stopsarcoidosis.org/gsca-leaders/ #Makeitvisible https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/fsr-updates-and-publications/ Eat Better and Fight Sarc: Nourish by Lindsey: https://www.nourishbylindsey.com/ MORE FROM JOHN Cycling with Sarcoidosis http://carlinthecyclist.com/category/cycling-with-sarcoidosis/ Do you like the official song for the Sarc Fighter podcast? It's also an FSR fundraiser! If you would like to donate in honor of Mark Steier and the song, Zombie, Here is a link to his KISS account. (Kick In to Stop Sarcoidosis) 100-percent of the money goes to the Foundation. https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/MarkSteier The Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/ Donate to my KISS (Kick In to Stop Sarcoidosis) fund for FSR https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/JohnCarlinVsSarcoidosis?fbclid=IwAR1g2ap1i1NCp6bQOYEFwOELdNEeclFmmLLcQQOQX_Awub1oe9bcEjK9P1E My sarcoidosis story on Television https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/news-anchor-sarcoidosis/ email me email@example.com
Si è tenuta oggi a Milano la conferenza stampa che anticipa i dati del Paper realizzato da The European House-Ambrosetti per ADM - Associazione Distribuzione Moderna, dal titolo "L'Italia di oggi e di domani: il ruolo sociale ed economico della distribuzione moderna". I dati presentati dimostrano la distribuzione come argine all'inflazione, impulso al fatturato della filiera agroalimentare, occupazione e sostegno al PIL. Quello che emerge dallo studio è che nel 2022 le aziende della distribuzione moderna hanno assorbito 3,9 miliardi di euro di inflazione consentendo un risparmio fino a 77 euro al mese a famiglia. E che per le famiglie meno abbienti la variazione dei prezzi del paniere medio pesa per un +17,5% rispetto a un anno fa, che scende fino a un +9,6% per le famiglie più abbienti, con una media nazionale dell'11,6%. Ne parliamo conValerio De Molli, Managing Partner & CEO di The European House - Ambrosetti.Big Tech in crisi Dall'inizio del 2021 fino alla chiusura dell'anno le società della Silicon Valley hanno registrato licenziamenti per oltre 150.000 persone. Le Big Tech, da Alphabet-Google a Apple passando da Netflix, Amazon, Meta e Microsoft, nell'ultimo anno hanno perso oltre tremila miliardi di dollari di valore di mercato nell'ultimo anno. Ciononostante questi grandi gruppi hanno creato molti più posti di lavoro negli ultimi anni di quanti non ne distruggano adesso. E anche dopo un 2022 molto negativo, i colossi tecnologici hanno comunque generato oltre cinquemila miliardi di dollari di valore di Borsa in circa dieci anni. Ma è indubbio che la loro crescita esponenziale sempre essersi fermata. Approfondiamo il tema con l'appuntamento settimanale con "Dietro la notizia", la rubrica di Alessandro Plateroti, direttore di Notizie.it.Tim, il segnale di Vivendi: dimissioni di De Puyfontaine dal CdaDimissioni dal Cda Tim di Arnaud de Puyfontaine. Come anticipato sul sito del Sole 24 Ore il ceo di Vivendi e consigliere d'amministrazione di Telecom Italia dal 2015 ha rassegnato le sue dimissioni «irrevocabili» dal board della società di cui la media company francese è primo azionista con il 23,75%. La decisione sarebbe stata presa a valle di una riunione stamattina, nella mattinata di lunedì 16 gennaio, a Parigi.Il titolo Telecom Italia, intanto, sale dello 0,8% a metà mattinata, poi accelera oltre il 3% a 0,26 euro a Piazza Affari per 5,4 miliardi di capitalizzazione. La borsa, infatti, considera la mossa un segnale in vista della riunione del Consiglio d'amministrazione previsto per il prossimo 18 gennaio 2023. De Puyfontaine ha confermato che «Tim e l Italia restano centrali nei piani di investimento di Vivendi», le dimissioni potrebbero essere un endorsement nei confronti del Governo. Ne parliamo con Andrea Biondi de il Sole 24 Ore.
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Dal 9 al 30 gennaio 2023 sarà possibile effettuare le iscrizioni per l'anno scolastico 2023/2024. Sono circa 1,3 milioni gli studenti interessati. Anche quest'anno le procedure si svolgeranno online per tutte le classi prime delle scuole statali primarie e secondarie di primo e secondo grado. Per gli studenti delle superiori, la scelta da prendere in questi giorni è un po più delicata, perché riguarda da vicino il proprio futuro. Per aiutarli, il ministro dell Istruzione e del Merito, Giuseppe Valditara, ha inviato a metà dicembre una lettera alle famiglie con una serie di dati sui possibili sbocchi lavorativi post diploma, Regione per Regione. Numeri a cui si aggiungono quelli del bollettino annuale Excelsior, secondo il quale c'è un forte mismatch tra domanda e offerta di lavoro, con una quota di introvabili che nel 2022 ha toccato il 41%, nove punti in più rispetto al 2021. Molte delle risorse ricercate potrebbero essere formate nelle scuole tecnico - professionali, che però scontano ancora gap informativo: c è chi ancora pensa che sia una seconda scelta e invece non lo è. Ne parliamo con Claudio Tucci, Sole 24 Ore. Spread in calo, tassi in rialzo in asta BoT. Gli investitori scommettono su una crescita anche nel 2023? Rendimenti in calo per i titoli di Stato europei, con gli investitori che puntano a un rallentamento delle mosse delle banche centrali. Lo spread BTp/Bund è in calo in area 183 punti. Eppure ieri la Banca Mondiale ha tagliato le stime del pil a +1,7% con un rischio recessione. L'istituto vede un rallentamento in tutte le aree del mondo, Eurozona inclusa. Ma se la Banca Mondiale vede nero, uno spiraglio di luce (almeno nelle previsioni) arriva però dalla banca d'affari Goldman Sachs. Anche i suoi economisti hanno rivisto le stime sull'Eurozona, proprio ieri. Ma a differenza di quanto fatto dalla World Bank le hanno riviste al rialzo: una crescita dello 0,6% per il 2023 rispetto alla stima di un calo dello 0,1% precedente. Sui diversi Stati, la crescita è vista più debole in Germania e in Italia "che dipendono maggiormente dai consumi energetici per l'attività industriale, rispetto a Francia e Spagna, che hanno un'energia più diversificata e sono relativamente più intensivi nel settore dei servizi". Approfondiamo il tema con Morya Longo de Il Sole 24 Ore, e Mario Deaglio, docente Economia Internazionale Università di Torino.
Do you ever hear the phrase “God knows the number of hairs on your head” and think to yourself, "Really? Why would God need to know that about me? Or why would He even care?".Psalm 139 talks about the intimate way God knows us. We are His creation, and He knits us together before we're born. God cares about the small details in your life, and throughout His Word He has shown His love in the small things..For example, in the Old Testament, God had the Israelites wander in the wilderness for forty years before they could enter the land He had promised them. And during that time, God made it so their shoes and clothes didnot wear out. I've never had a pair of shoes last more than five or ten years, let alone forty. Even when the Israelites were wandering through the desert, God still paid attention to their needs, down to the very soles of their shoes..In the New Testament, Jesus (who is fully God) also demonstrated this special attention to the details of the lives of those around Him. Through one of His miracles, He made sure everybody in a hungry crowd had lunch. When Jesus performed the miracle of feeding over five thousand people, He showed the abundance of provision that will be in the new creation. Everyone who ate had enough, and there were even leftovers. Keep in mind, Jesus didn't need to provide food for this crowd who'd been following Him. He could have sailed away from them in a boat, but instead, He had compassion on them. He chose to provide a meal for this crowd and display God's love through service. • Naomi Zylstra.• Can you think of a time when you noticed God caring about a small detail?.• What do these two examples from the Bible (Deuteronomy 29:5 and Matthew 14:13-21) reveal about God's love for us?....the Lord says, “During the forty years that I led you through the wilderness, your clothes did not wear out, nor did the sandals on your feet.” Deuteronomy 29:5 (NIV)
Raff N Raff have a lot to cover here, as Napoli lose their first vs Inter last Wednesday, but rebound vs Sampdoria on Sunday. A late Roma come from behind draw in Milan sealed the title of Winter Champions for Napoli, and now we have Juventus on Friday in another 1v2 clash! Raffa & The Biz also touch upon the brawl in the A1 Autostrada del Sole between Napoli & Roma Ultras. The two teams meet in the Derby Del Sole in Naples on January 29. And speaking of, we announced another Tri-State Napoli Club meet at Ribalta NYC for that Derby showdown. Don't miss our show, where we announce TWO Beasts of the Match! TIFOSI!!! Please join us in our Napoli Rant Discord Chat! We have a "Rant General" "Rant of the Week" and "Game Thread' section. We also meet live on matchdays! SO MUCH FUN! Click here and we'll see you there: https://discord.gg/Fkpc9ZvvYE Far From Vesuvius is proud to be host for the hottest, most INTERACTIVE SSC Napoli show on social media, The Napoli Rant! Be sure to follow us on our platforms: Twitter: @NapoliRant Facebook: The Raff N Raff RaNt Instagram: @napolirant YouTube: The Napoli Rant w/ Raff & Raff - YouTube Like, subscribe, rate, follow us on any of these podcast platforms; Apple, Google, Spotify, and Podbean! Enjoy, and #ForzaNapoliSempre
Oggi pomeriggio si è tenuto un incontro a Palazzo Chigi tra il presidente del Consiglio, Giorgia Meloni, il ministro dell Economia e delle Finanze, Giancarlo Giorgetti, e il Comandante Generale della Guardia di Finanza, Gen. Giuseppe Zafarana. Al centro della riunione fare il punto e valutare ogni possibile ulteriore azione di contrasto alle speculazioni in atto sui prezzi dei carburante. Secondo la rilevazione periodica dei prezzi medi dei carburanti sulla rete di distribuzione italiana del ministero dell Ambiente, questa settimana c'è stato un aumento complessivo di oltre il 10% rispetto alla settimana scorsa per la benzina e del 9,39% del gasolio. Ma, spiega lo stesso Ministero, gli aumenti sono in linea con rialzo accise. Ne parliamo con Gabriele Masini, direttore di Staffetta Quotidiana - Quotidiano delle fonti di energia. Priolo, Lukoil cede la raffineria alla cipriota Goi Energy È stato firmato l'accordo per la cessione della raffineria Lukoil di Priolo a Goi Energy. Lo ha comunicato ieri sera in una nota Goi Energy annunciando di aver raggiunto con Litasco, controllata al 100% da Lukoil, l'accordo per l'acquisizione dell'impianto Isab. "Siamo lieti di annunciare di aver raggiunto un accordo con Litasco. Siamo profondamente consapevoli dell'importanza di Isab per l'economia italiana, per la Sicilia e per la comunita' locale" Lo ha detto Michael Bobrov, amministratore Delegato di Goi Energy, riferendosi all'accordo di acquisizione da Lukoil della raffineria Isab di Priolo. Dall'impianto proviene circa il 20% dei prodotti raffinati consumati in Italia ma, in quanto controllata da un gruppo russo, la raffineria rischiava di avere problemi di operatività a causa degli embarghi contro Mosca decisi dall'Europa. Il destino di Priolo ha anche un impatto rilevante sulla questione prezzi carburanti, dato che la raffinazione incide sul prezzo finale al consumatore. Se Priolo si fosse fermata il prezzo dei carburanti sarebbe alle stelle. Il closing è previsto entro la fine di marzo. Approfondiamo il tema con Sara Deganello de Il Sole 24 Ore. Tremonti: "Il Mes va ratificato, ma trasformato per gli investimenti finanziati da eurobond" "Giorgia Meloni ha detto in sostanza che non vede alternative al voto italiano sul Mes, e che però intende ridiscuterne la funzione. Sono totalmente d'accordo con lei", spiega al Sole 24 Ore Giulio Tremonti, ora presidente della commissione Affari esteri ed europei della Camera. La riforma del Mes, ricorda Tremonti, sarà votata da tutti i Paesi ma discussa da nessuno. Alla base delle polemiche c'è questo vuoto, che però è cruciale. Ora invece "ci sono le condizioni per fare una vera riflessione". Nello specifico, per Tremonti, bisogna impiegare il Mes nella costruzione di nuovi efficaci meccanismi europei, collegandolo con l'emissione di Eurobond com' era nell'idea originaria. Questo permetterebbe di superare uno dei vizi principali dell'impostazione seguita fin qui dalle politiche economiche Ue. Ne parliamo proprio con Giulio Tremonti, deputato (FDI) e presidente della commissione Affari esteri ed europei della Camera, ex ministro dell'Economia governi Berlusconi.
Hello and welcome to Secure The Insecure hosted by Johnny Seifert.On this episode you will hear from The Apprentice and Celebs Go Dating 2022 star Navid Sole who reflects on his time on both shows, his coming out journey and why he wants to make a difference in the pharmaceutical world.If you enjoy this episode please subscribe, rate and review and remember it is okay to not be okay.If you want to contact Johnny, he is on social media @johnnyseifert and @securetheinsecurepodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
L'incontro tra la presidente del Consiglio Giorgia Meloni e Ursula von der Leyen è durato circa un ora e un quarto a palazzo Chigi. Nel corso dell'incontro tra la presidente del Consiglio Giorgia Meloni e la presidente della Commissione Ue Ursula von der Leyen «è stato riaffermato - spiega una nota di palazzo Chigi - l'impegno del Governo italiano sul Pnrr». È stata anche «condivisa la condanna per gli atti violenti in Brasile e la solidarietà alle istituzioni democratiche del Paese. È stata infine espressa soddisfazione per la firma, prevista domani a Bruxelles, della Dichiarazione congiunta UE-NATO». Ne parliamo con Barbara Fiammeri de il Sole 24 Ore. Le difficoltà del Pnrr Per il Piano nazionale di ripresa e resilienza, il Pnrr, sarà un anno decisivo. Gli obiettivi e i traguardi da raggiungere saranno 149 per un totale di 38 miliardi di euro. La gestione dei progetti è sulle spalle degli enti locali che però spesso sono sprovvisti degli esperti necessari per portare a termine i processi. In questo contesto, il ministro per il Pnrr, Raffaele Fitto, sta cercando di capire come raggiungere gli obiettivi senza arrivare allo scontro con Bruxelles. Approfondiamo il tema con Carlo Altomonte, Associate Dean e Direttore PNRR Lab, SDA Bocconi, e membro CD Fondazione M&M. Le borse guardano favorevolmente alle aperture cinesi ma i contagi volano Le Borse oggi si sono mosse in terreno positivo anche per l'ottimismo legato alla riapertura della Cina. Allentamento delle misure che però hanno fatto decollare i contagi, bloccando porti e distretti industriali. Ne parliamo con Alessandro Plateroti, direttore di Notizie.it, nella rubrica della lunedì: "Dietro la notizia".
Scontri tra ultras di Napoli e Roma, autostrada del sole bloccata. Un testimone: "Siamo bloccati in mezzo alla strada" Domenica Sport Live con Andrea Mollas
Leonardo Piccione"Tutta colpa di Venere"Neri Pozza Editorehttps://neripozza.itAttrae molto la sventurata storia dell'astronomo francese Guillaume Le Gentil de la Galaisière, nato nel 1725 e morto nel 1792. Le Gentil, come tutti gli scienziati di quel tempo, fu un eccentrico, erudito e avventuroso. L'anno cruciale è il 1761, quando Le Gentil decide di osservare il transito di Venere davanti al Sole, evento astronomico ritenuto fondamentale per il calcolo delle dimensioni dell'universo, e di andare a farlo a Pondicherry, una colonia francese in India. Ma da quel momento la sorte comincia ad accanirsi contro di lui. Bufere, guerre, naufragi sfiorati, tiranni ostili: tutto sembra cospirare contro l'astronomo, trasformando la missione piú importante della sua vita in un «pot-pourri di disdette». Ma Le Gentil non fu solo uno degli astronomi piú sfortunati della storia. I suoi viaggi, le sue esplorazioni e la sua brama di conoscenza tratteggiano un racconto d'avventura coinvolgente e sorprendentemente attuale, capace di parlare al lettore moderno attraverso il linguaggio universale della curiosità. A partire dalla ricostruzione della vicenda di Le Gentil, Leonardo Piccione ha messo a punto una narrazione piena di riferimenti, divagazioni, invenzioni e molta ironia. Narrazione della quale si trova ben presto a essere co-protagonista, uomo del XXI secolo inaspettatamente sollecitato dalle vicissitudini di uno stravagante astronomo vissuto piú di duecentocinquant'anni prima. Liberata dalle riduzioni macchiettistiche e innalzata ad allegoria contemporanea, la storia di Le Gentil diventa cosí il prototipo di ogni ostinazione quando non conduce al successo, il punto cruciale di ogni avversità, il paradosso della fortuna che si rovescia di continuo. Tutta colpa di Venere è un libro denso ed emblematico. Perché niente può farci capire meglio la realtà quanto quel raro tipo di sventura che diventa tentativo di comprensione del mondo in cui viviamo.Leonardo Piccione (1987) è nato in pieno inverno nella Murgia barese. Dopo un dottorato di ricerca in Scienze Statistiche ha pensato fosse il momento di affiancare ai numeri le parole. Autore di reportage narrativi e sportivi per diverse riviste cartacee e digitali, è stato al seguito di quattro Giri d'Italia. Coltiva da tempo un rapporto d'elezione con l'Islanda, terra che ha raccontato nel Libro dei vulcani d'Islanda (Iper borea, 2019). Attualmente si divide tra Corato e Húsavík, dove – quando non scrive – collabora con due musei, un albergo e un bar.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it
Carol starts the New Year 2023 the right way: talking about sustainability. What should we be wearing and buying, and what wasteful clothing and jewellery habits should we be breaking? She's joined by journalist Dana Thomas, presenter of The Green Dream podcast, and sustainable jewellery designer Maria Sole Ferragamo, granddaughter of famed shoemaker Salvatore Ferragamo.Dana's website https://www.danathomas.comMaria's website https://so-le-studio.com/pages/aboutThis episode is brought to you by @fuligemstonesPlease see: www.carolwoolton.comFollow Carol Woolton: @carolwooltonProduced by Natasha Cowan @tashonfashMusic & editing by Tim Thornton @timwthorntonCreative direction by Scott Bentley @bentleycreativeIllustrations Jordi Labanda @jordilabandaRead Carol Woolton in Vogue magazine – vogue.co.uk/fashion/jewellery and carolwoolton.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
ATTENTION PROFESSIONAL DITCH DIGGERS! Could there be a better way? Could there be a better way to dig? In this episode, Andy speaks with Sam Dahrouj, the inventor of Sole Saver™. Sole Saver™ is like having a HAMMER for your BOOT. It removes unnecessary strain so you can work more efficiently than ever before. Sam: "I invented the tool to save my boots. When you're smashing on a shovel all day, it puts a hole in the bottom of the sole very quickly. If you're owner-operator and you buy your guys their PPE, their work boots. At a lot of the larger companies, they'll get a boot allowance, one boot allowance for a season, right? But you know, as an irrigator, that doesn't fly. You need a boot, a pair of boots, every 30 to 45 days due to the top lip of the shovel, putting a hole in the bottom of the boot. And depending on where you hit the shovel, it could actually tear a brand new boot right up real quickly. And as an irrigator, you know, you're in the water. So that puncture just compromised the entire boot and yourself. So, that guy isn't gonna be as efficient, he's not going to want to dig, and he is not going to be confident on the shovel anymore. And this is why I invented Sole Saver™." Links: Boss & Hoss Irrigation Sole Saver™
On this week's episode of Sole Free with Harlan Friedman, Harlan welcomes Samantha Brooks to the show. They talk about her interview with her legendary grandfather Mel Brooks, food, black and white cookies, her new series, “High Functioning: A Chronicle of Chronic Ills” written and directed by Brooks, the Richard Kind fan club and so much more. This week's sneaker of the week is the Nike Jordan 4 x Off White “Sail”. This week's music pick of the week is Nas' 2018 live version of “Illmatic” recorded in 2014 at the Kennedy Center with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D.C. Harlan @theofficialharlan Samantha @salmonthabrooks --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Rebus trasporti: aumentare il costo dei biglietti per far fronte ai rincari diffusi o abbassarne il prezzo per abbattere il traffico privato? A Bari sull'autobus si va quasi gratis, come spiega Antonio De Caro, sindaco di Bari e presidente dell'Anci. Viceversa a Verona, l'azienda dei trasporti pubblici avverte: o aumentiamo i prezzi o ne usciamo distrutti, come spiega Andrea Bettarello, presidente ATV. Due strategie agli antipodi che commentiamo con Andrea Giuricin, economista dei trasporti all'Università Milano BicoccaIn apertura parliamo di lavoro partendo da due storie che hanno in comune la difficoltà nel reperire addetti. La prima arriva da Livorno dove Michele Cordaro, panettiere di Piazza Attias, non riesce a trovare una commessa part time. La seconda storia proviene da Milano doveOrazio Parisi, titolare della pasticceria.La fotografia del mercato del lavoro secondo il rapporto Unioncamere Anpal. Claudio Tucci del Sole 24 OreRestiamo sul tema con una riflessione su demografia e lavoro e l'idea sbagliata che i giovani siano pigri di Giustina Orientale Caputo, professoressa di sociologia del lavoro all'Università Federico II di NapoliMonsignor Fisichella ricorda Benedetto XVI. Intervista esclusiva di Catia CaramelliNiente neve su Emilia-Romagna, Toscana e Abruzzo. Regioni e Federfuni chiedono aiuti. Andrea Formento, presidente di Federfuni Italia e assessore al Turismo di Abetone Cutigliano (Pistoia)60 Alberi piantati nel Comune di Zerobranco (TV) da una coppia di sposi, come "bomboniera". Gianmarco e Gioia NuzzoTorna il campionato con Dario Ricci
Domenico - 39 anni, pescatore di Ischia popolarissimo su TikTok - martedì ha recuperato un vero e proprio tesoro di banconote: blocchi di centomila lire e cinquecento mila lire, purtroppo non più utilizzabili. La nostra puntata parte proprio dal racconto del suo ritrovamento. Dal 1° gennaio sono disponibili sul sito del Ministero dell'Economia e delle Finanze i moduli per richiedere la Carta acquisti, che consente ai cittadini di età pari o superiore ai 65 anni e ai genitori di bambini di età inferiore ai tre anni - in presenza di determinati requisiti - di ottenere un contributo di 80 euro ogni due mesi per le spese alimentari, sanitarie e per il pagamento delle bollette di luce e gas. Torniamo a riepilogarne il funzionamento con Valentina Melis del Sole 24 ORE. L'Inps erogherà da febbraio l'Assegno Unico con gli importi aggiornati in accordo alle novità introdotte dalla Legge di Bilancio 2023 e all'adeguamento all'inflazione. Con Simone Zucca - direttore generale CAF ACLI - facciamo il punto sulle novità, ricordando quali sono gli adempimenti necessari per fare richiesta dell'assegno, confermarlo per il nuovo anno, aggiornare la propria situazione. Con il nostro ospite rispondiamo in diretta alle domande e ai dubbi degli ascoltatori..
La scorsa settimana il presidente della Repubblica Sergio Mattarella ha firmato la legge di Bilancio per il 2023, giusto in tempo per evitare l'esercizio provvisorio. La manovra, che può contare su circa 35 miliardi di maggior spesa rispetto all'anno precedente, contiene diversi provvedimenti che sono entrati in vigore dal primo gennaio. Tra questi: il taglio del cuneo fiscale per i redditi fino a 25 mila euro, la rivalutazione delle pensioni e il cambiamento delle regole del reddito di cittadinanza. Per il governo Meloni, nonostante sia riuscito a chiudere in tempi strettissimi la partita sulla legge di Bilancio (quello attuale è stato il primo esecutivo della storia repubblicana ad insidiarsi in autunno), si apre un inizio 2023 tutt altro che in discesa. Tra le sfide decisive all'orizzonte: il rischio Covid, la riforma delle pensioni, lo sviluppo della politica industriale, la ratifica del Mes, le concessioni balneari e la riforma della giustizia e quella delle istituzioni. Ne parliamo conDino Pesole, editorialista del Sole 24 Ore. Wall Street, così la Sec lancia la riforma più ambiziosa: tutelare i piccoli investitori Per il mercato azionario americano l anno nuovo è foriero di sorprese. Non parliamo di performance, di riscosse o continui affanni. Piuttosto di una vera e propria rivoluzione nei suoi meccanismi sottostanti, se andranno a buon fine i piani di Gary Gensler e la sua promessa di portare in Borsa un inedita ventata di trasparenza ed equità. Tanto, agli occhi del chairman della Securities and Exchange Commission, da trasformarsi nella più ambiziosa svolta in vent anni. E da riequilibrare vantaggi e influenza nel gioco impari tra grandi e piccoli protagonisti: non fa mistero di voler spostare l ago della bilancia a favore dei risparmiatori, ridimensionando la presa di marchi ora dominanti nel funzionamento delle piazze finanziarie quali colossi del trading ad alta velocità e piattaforme di scambi meno regolamentate. Approfondiamo il tema con Marco Valsania de Il Sole 24 Ore.
Dal 30 dicembre 2022 è entrata in vigore la riforma penale dell'ex Guardasigilli Marta Cartabia. Giovanni Negri del Sole 24 Ore. In apertura parliamo di parità salariale nelle imprese sopra i 50 addetti soggette al Codice delle pari opportunità con Federico Ferri, Senior partner di Osservatorio Job Pricing e Idem Mind the gap. Roma. L'aggressione della donna a Termini, il blitz ambientalista a Palazzo Madama e l'apertura della camera ardente del papa emerito Benedetto in Vaticano.Fabrizio Peronaci, cronista del Corriere della Sera. Allarme Coldiretti sul clima, danni per 6 miliardi di euro, perso il 10% dei raccolti. Francesco Giardina, responsabile biologico Coldiretti. Secondo Eurocontrol, l'agenzia europea di gestione dello spazio aereo nel 2022 l'Europa ha registrato una crescita dei voli del 50% rispetto all'anno precedente. I dati mostrano l'avanzata inesorabile delle compagnie low cost che hanno rappresentato un terzo di tutti i collegamenti di linea. Leonard Berberi del Corriere della Sera. Stop al rinnovo del taglio delle accise e aumento dei prezzi dei carburanti. Secondo Assoutenti la spesa per le famiglie crescerà di 366 euro. Furio Truzzi, presidente Assoutenti. Covid. Il punto con Massimo Andreoni, ordinario di Malattie infettive e direttore dell'Unità operativa complessa di Malattie infettive all'Università di Roma Tor Vergata. Uffizi da record nel periodo da 23 dicembre 2022 al 1/o gennaio 2023 con Eike Schmidt, direttore delle Gallerie degli Uffizi di Firenze. I funerali di Pelè e il calciomercato in vista della ripresa del campionato con il nostro Dario Ricci.
Un ricordo su Pelè, il grande campione brasiliano scomparso ieri all'età di 82 anni dopo una lunga malattia, con Josè Altafini, ex calciatore e compagno di Pelè in nazionale, vincitore insieme a lui dei Mondiali nel 1958 Migranti, il Cdm approva il codice di condotta per le ong: multe fino a 50mila euro e richieste d'asilo a bordo. Prevista la confisca delle navi. Ne parliamo con Francesco Creazzo, portavoce SOS Mediterranée. Nuovo allarme Covid, ordinanza sui tamponi per passeggeri da Cina e allarme per mancanza farmaci. Ne parliamo con Raffaele Donini, assessore alle politiche per la Salute della Regione Emilia Romagna e poi con Marcello Cattani, presidente di Farmindustria. Decreto rave, via libera della Camera tra insulti e dito medio. Riavvolgiamo il nastro della giornata politica conBarbara Fiammeri, commentatrice politica del Sole 24 Ore. Da gennaio l'eco etichetta classifica ogni imballaggio. Approfondiamo l'argomento con Paola Ficco, giurista e direttore della Rivista "Rifiuti – Bollettino di informazione normativa". Storico record di bottiglie per le bollicine italiane: un miliardo. Ne parliamo con Paolo Castelletti, segretario generale Unione Italiana Vini. Il Cervino e Madonna di Campiglio si apprestano a vivere il Capodanno sulla neve. Ne parliamo con Federico Maquignaz, presidente e amministratore delegato di Cervino S.p.A e con Tullio Serafini, presidente Azione per il Turismo di Madonna di Campiglio. Niente neve sugli Appennini, impianti chiusi e pioggia di disdette Andiamo in Emilia Romagna con Luciano Magnani, presidente del consorzio stazione invernale di Cimone, in provincia di Modena. Maratona Gaber dalla mezzanotte del Capodanno alla mezzanotte del 2 gennaio: 24 ore di video disponibili sul sito e sul Canale YouTube della Fondazione Gaber per il ventennale dalla scomparsa. Ce la racconta Paolo Dal Bon, presidente di Fondazione Gaber. Chiudiamo con le previsioni del tempo per fine anno con Antonio Sanò, meteorologo di ilmeteo.it
In Italia il 13,5% degli studenti abbandona gli studi prima di terminarli: la riforma dell'orientamento appena approvata potrebbe cambiare le cose, già a partire dal prossimo anno. Il nuovo tetto al contante diventerà operativo dal 1° gennaio: ecco come pagare per evitare sanzioni. Infine, un consiglio di lettura: da oggi è in edicola l'instant book del Sole 24 Ore “L'anno che verrà: 12 scenari per il 2023”.
La terza delle nostre puntate speciali di fine anno si apre con ben tre consigli di lettura. Per i primi due ci colleghiamo con Raffaele De Leonardis, consulente finanziario che collabora con diverse testate e organizzazioni, tra cui l'Università di Bari, in veste di esperto e formatore sui temi di cultura e pianificazione finanziaria, storia e funzionamento degli intermediari finanziari. Il suo Economia da Oscar è un vero e proprio alfabeto dell'economia, di cui si racconta storia e funzionamento. Ventuno argomenti fondamentali, uno per ogni lettera, trattati mediante un gioco letterario in cui l'autore associa ciascuno di essi a un film di assoluta notorietà. Per lo stesso autore presentiamo anche I pilastri della ricchezza: 49 ricette per avere un po' di soldi (prima di essere troppo vecchi). Partendo da affascinanti storie di successo e aneddoti sorprendenti che ruotano intorno a imprenditori, sportivi, condottieri, innovatori o ancora a particolari congiunture storiche, l'autore ci guida, attraverso 49 regole "auree", sulla difficilissima ma entusiasmante strada della creazione, dell'accumulo e della gestione della ricchezza, intesa come mezzo volto a raggiungere gli obiettivi della nostra vita, qualsiasi essi siano. Il secondo ospite di questa puntata è il nostro collega e amico Marco lo Conte, del Sole 24 ORE. Marco ha unito le sue competenze di divulgatore con quelle di un insegnante/youtuber - Elia Bombardelli - e di un imprenditore tech ed esperto di crypto: Gianluigi Ballarani. Ne è nato il progetto di Young finance. Un libro (ma anche molto di più) che racconta le cose essenziali che i giovani devono sapere per poter affrontare economicamente l'età adulta. Proseguiamo con un approfondimento dedicato al mondo del lavoro. Con Osvaldo Danzi - esperto di gestione e selezione delle risorse umane - ideatore di Nobìlita, il Festival della Cultura del lavoro - ci chiediamo quali sono stati i temi più rilevanti e controversi di questo 2022: dallo smartworking alle grandi dimissioni.
Preoccupa lo stato di salute di Benedetto XVI, con le condizioni che si sono aggravate nelle ultime ore, come svelato da Papa Francesco al termine dell'udienza papale di mercoledì. Sentiamo le ultime con Carlo Marroni, vaticanista del Sole 24 Ore. La Manovra all'esame del Senato, oggi la fiducia e domani il voto finale. Ci colleghiamo a Roma con Barbara Fiammeri, commentatrice politica de Il Sole 24 Ore. Nuove segnalazioni di abusi in Iran nei confronti dei manifestanti e un diciassettenne che sarebbe stato ucciso dagli spari della Polizia. Facciamo il punto conTiziana Ciavardini, giornalista esperta di Iran. Crescono di ora in ora le tensioni in Kosovo, con il presidente serbo Vucic che ha allertato l'esercito per tutelarsi in caso di escalation incontrollata: ne parliamo con Luca Veronese, firma del Sole 24 Ore. E' record di affluenza per Pane Quotidiano ONLUS, con diecimila persone che hanno potuto usufruire alla mensa dei poveri di Milano, di cui Luigi Rossi è vice presidente. La Lombardia ha stanziato un pacchetto di interventi da 288 milioni di euro per sostenere le imprese: scopriamo i dettagli di queste nuove misure insieme a Guido Guidesi, assessore allo Sviluppo Economico di Regione Lombardia. Mentre si è ancora alla ricerca di tre detenuti, evasi due giorni fa dal Beccaria, sentiamo la testimonianza di Daniel Zaccaro, ora scrittore ed educatore, che anni fa venne detenuto proprio all'interno del carcere minorile milanese. E' operativo a Fiumicino il nuovo sistema per ridurre le code in aeroporto. Intanto, proprio in queste ore, nello scalo romano sono tornati i test Covid per i voli provenienti dalla Cina, ormai prossimi a diventare obbligatori per questa tratta. Ne parliamo con Ivan Bassato, Direttore Operations di Aeroporti di Roma. Adriano Rigoli, presidente dell'associazione "Case della Memoria", illustra un progetto per il recupero di alcune dimore storiche in cui hanno vissuto personaggi illustri. Grande show dell'azionista Luciano Moggi nell'assemblea dei soci della Juventus, in cui l'ex presidente Agnelli ha dichiarato di aver svolto un ottimo lavoro: sondiamo gli umori in casa bianconera con Guido Vaciago, direttore di Tuttosport.
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L'idea che l'Italia sia ancora il paese che cresce economicamente meno di tutti, che sia l'eterno "fanalino di coda", è un cliché duro a morire. Nemmeno di fronte ad un aumento del pil nazionale che nel biennio 2021-2022 supererà sicuramente il 10 per cento, i detrattori dell'Italia e i pessimisti a oltranza sono disposti a ricredersi. Eppure, i numeri parlano chiaro. La ragione è da ricercare nel fatto che l'economia nazionale degli ultimi 6-7 anni non è più quella che ha stentato fino al 2015. Ne parliamo con Marco Fortis, docente di Economia industriale e Commercio estero presso la Facoltà di Scienze politiche dell'Università Cattolica di Milano, nonché direttore e vicepresidente della Fondazione Edison. Prometeia alza la stima del Pil 2022 a +3,9%, +0,4% nel 2023 È stato presentato oggi il Rapporto di Previsione di Prometeia dal titolo "Recessione profonda o leggera?". Il dato che è emerge è un rialzo della stima di crescita del Pil italiano per il 2022 a +3,9% rispetto alla stima +3,4% di settembre. Viene migliorata anche la previsione per il 2023 dal +0,1% al +0,4%. Più in alto della media dell'Eurozona. Per quanto riguarda l'inflazione invece Prometeia si rivela ottimista e prevede che "nel corso del 2023 l'inflazione scenda in modo rapido, attestandosi al 5,8% contro l'8,4% del di quest'anno. L'Italia risulta in testa per crescita rispetto agli altri tre maggiori Paesi della zona euro, avendo già recuperato nel terzo trimestre di quest'anno i livelli pre-crisi (+0,3% rispetto al quarto trimestre 2019), mentre la Germania (-2,3%), la Spagna (-4%) e la Francia (-5,6%) appaiono tutte in forte ritardo. Ne parliamo con Stefania Tomasini, Senior Partner e Responsabile Analisi e Previsioni Economiche di Prometeia. Borse affondano dopo la Bce La Bce si somma alla Fed e conferma che serviranno ulteriori strette e che l'inflazione resterà troppo alta ancora a lungo. La Banca centrale europea, come atteso, ha alzato i tassi di interesse di 50 punti base portando i tassi sulle operazioni di rifinanziamento principali, sulle operazioni di rifinanziamento marginale e sui depositi presso la banca centrale rispettivamente al 2,5%, al 2,75% e al 2%. Ma peggiora le prospettive sull'inflazione. Il nuovo rialzo dei tassi della Bce si ripercuote con effetto immediato sullo spread tra BTp e Bund. Il differenziale di rendimento tra il BTp benchmark decennale italiano e il pari scadenza tedesco è indicato a 205 punti, 13 in più rispetto alla vigilia e 11 in più rispetto all apertura. In sensibile aumento anche il rendimento del BTp decennale benchmark, indicato ora al 4,08% rispetto al 3,85% di ieri sera e al 3,90% di stamattina. Nel pomeriggio il mercato è tornato a percepire il debito italiano come più rischioso rispetto a quello della Grecia lungo tutta la curva dei rendimenti. Il Btp decennale balza al 4,08%, in crescita di circa 20 punti base, mentre quello della Grecia si attesta al 4,037%, in crescita di solo 5 punti. Ne parliamo con Donato Masciandaro, docente politiche monetarie università Bocconi, ed editorialista Sole 24 Ore.
Continuing our special run of Christmas and holiday shows, we proudly present Sole Twin Audios' offering, a remake of an episode of the classic Suspense series, entitled "'Twas the Night Before Christmas". Kathy Harper is eager to celebrate the holidays with her parents, but becomes dismayed when they do not arrive by Christmas Eve. Her caretaker, Miss Buff, does her best to cheer the girl up despite learning some distressing news. Sole Twin Audios brings you another recreation well-calculated to keep you in Suspense! "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" was directed and produced by Rachel Pulliam with sound design and music by Katie Dehnart via freesound.org. CAST: Dean T. Moody as Announcer Katie Dehnart as Miss Buffy Taylor Johnson as Kathy Ed Bjorndal as the Beggar Joe Stofko as the Uncle Sharon Grunwald as the Aunt Rigby Dehnart as Johnny Caleb Bressler as the Reporter Adam Murciano as Mr. Anderson Pete Lutz as Paul Paul Arbisi as Mr. Ruxt Dean T. Moody as the Police Officer Bethany Baldwin as the Mother Adam Baldwin as the Father Additional Sound Effects/Music Credits: Sled effect - robinhood76 James Longley - Music Casonika - Music
[00:00:00] Welcome to the Successful Life Podcast. I am your host, Corey. Berrier, and I'm here with my man, mark Sherwin. What's up brother? What's going on, Corey? How are you my man? We doing all right? Doing all right, sir. It's that time of year, man. Everybody's in in go mode. Finish up the year strong. It's interesting you say that because I right there, I'm right there with you. Right? I'm, you and I are thinking exactly the same way, but I tell you what a lot of people this is, I feel like this is separation season. The people that are digging in and doing the work right now are gonna far surpass everybody that's not doing the work right now. That's taking it easy and taking it easy since Thanksgiving. And the issue with that is, unless, and I we didn't really tee this up, but unless people are marketing for, again, we didn't tee this up, but , if people are not marketing for the first quarter right now, if we're not doing our work right now, , we're gonna feel that in the first quarter. Any marketing company like myself, right? Since I started this company almost 13 years ago, I can tell you my busy season is right now. Every marketing company's busy season is right now. Why? Because most contractors, this is their slow season. They're, the phone's not quite ringing as much. They're analyzing how their summer went. They're doing a number of things. And now it's just go time, right? Call up your marketing company, okay, how can we prepare? Right? Those are the calls that we're fielding, and it's near constant. And it's an absolute wonderful time to prepare now for the spring, as you said. So, yeah, we're busy. Preparation's key. Like if you're not prepared you're gonna suffer consequences. And I mean, it just goes with anything in life. It's not just ju just not your business, but. . If I don't prepare for my, whatever it is, if I don't prepare for Christmas, come Christmas, I'm gonna be in trouble. Right. So, but it is a big difference. And this is the time where people just need to really focus. It, it just, it's not time to let off the gas. So Mark Leaves nearby is the name of your company. You said you've been, had been around for 13 years. You're pretty local to me. So tell us a little bit about, leads nearby. Tell me a little bit about why you started this company. What was the reason behind you starting a marketing company? Well, my business partner and I, Bob Maita started leads nearby about 13 years ago. Him and I had worked at one of the largest SEO companies in the country. Keyboard ranking it was a. It was a very bad day happened. There was about 315 of us at the time. And I had started very early in the [00:02:30] company and all the executives got let out in handcuffs. So from there everybody kind of went their own ways. And wait a minute. You keep just state the people got hand let out handcuffs. Hold on. , I gotta hear a little bit more about this. It was a publicly traded firm and it was from, the story was, it was just cash off the top. And they were pocketing at it. were the cash cow and the publicly traded, firm and and yeah, so that was bad. It was really bad. The, that's we all went our separate ways. I ended up at another digital agency that didn't quite work out. Bob ended up at a another agency that didn't quite work out, and then we both ended up. He got recruited to go work for the Yellow Pages. I got recruited by him to go work at the Yellow Pages in the digital age digital side. And it was wonderful. We got in there, they've got all these resources and such, and they sat us down. They said, you know what? We've got a, we need a plan for our digital marketing. They were just starting to think about that. At that point in time recently, actually the Yellow pages mark, just there was Dex Nose. Okay. So was it a reseller? Was it, so here's why I'm asking the question actually, just more personal. Was it, there's a local co company called Reach Local, right? Right. And I'm not, is it something similar to that? No, it was it was Dex Nos Rhh Donnelly. Okay. David business.com and that kind of thing. Anyway we sat down with them and we showed them, we laid out a plan to show them how to generate more leads for themselves, for their salespeople. , how to generate more leads for our customers and how we were gonna generate more revenue overall. Just from the interactive division basically having people pay to be a lead and the, we'll call 'em the ceo, stuck his feet up on the table, went to the bot back page, ended up throwing the 50 page deck down and goes, ah, that's the problem. Our salespeople aren't gonna make enough money. I said, what? Well, they're a union. They're not, they're gonna wanna make more money. And I'm like what does that mean? I'm showing you how they're going to make more money by getting more leads in here. Overall, the company's gonna make more money, and ultimately there's going to be more value to the advertisers. Couldn't care less about any of that. All he want he cared about was the salespeople making more money. About two weeks later, Bob and I got asked into an office, gave our given some severance checks and asked to leave. We took our severance checks and said, there's gotta be a better way. There's gotta be a company out there that can provide value to the home services industry. Home services was [00:05:00] chosen, and here's the best part. Bob happened to be looking for a new air conditioning system at that time. He happened to have an appointment for a new air condition. The owner of the company was coming in to meet with him, to give him a presentation on a new air conditioning system. Those two got talking about marketing. That guy, that company was with the same yellow pages that we just got fired from. So he became our first client. How about, and he's like, I'm done with them. What do you guys can do? And we took our history and our background, and we built them an awesome plan. And immediately he started seeing dividends. . We took that, parlayed that into the next 5, 6, 7 clients and they just started to snowball. I was in Nashville, Tennessee at a one of the first Service Nation Alliance gatherings. And we were invited. We were all we have was a tablecloth and our computers with some business cards. And I walked, I had a line of people around the corner waiting to talk to me. It was absolutely phenomenal. So we specialize in the home services industry and we did very well for them. And that just snowballed Today. To date, I'm the only salesperson in the organization. I have people who help me obviously, but I'm the only salesperson in the organization because, and this is kind of one of those differentiators. I don't want just everybody, right. I interview my clients just as much as they interview me. , right? Are we the right people? It's not about volume for us, it's about quality and longevity. Some of those clients have been with me for almost 10 years. You don't earn that by being fly by night. So that's how we built the company. It's how we're different. I specialize in every single client of mine, including prospects have my personal cell phone number like that, that their success is what keeps me up at night. So that's the kind of differentiator that we go to market with. Man, I didn't know that story obviously, so I, that, that really changes how people I would hope, would look at you in this company because most marketing people. don't have that story. Most marketing people haven't stumped their, skin their knees and busted their teeth in and gotten back up. Most marketing companies, sell ads or they [00:07:30] sell, it is, a lot of marketing companies are not really marketing companies. They're Facebook buyers. That's what they are. And they're just disguised as marketing people. So it's really refreshing to hear that you've had some issues in the past and Yeah. Figured out how to overcome those. Yeah, and really what I heard out of that Mark was that it's about relationships. Yeah. It's not about, it is, it's a hundred percent about relationships. You gotta listen, you got to, care. Right. Not everybody fits into the round pegs, square hole. Right. Yellow pages they're adep at that you give them a hundred dollars and they do exactly the same thing with that a hundred dollars as they do for the guy down the street. And we're not that way. At all. You can't, it's not a blanket solution, right? I mean, everybody's business may not be a significantly different, but they're all different. Yep. They're all different. I have a general guide, right? Everybody has a general guide. You're gonna go down that path, but in the northeast, , you're gonna have boilers, you're gonna have something different than you're gonna have in the southeast. And it's that understanding that most major, a big I'll call 'em conglomerate or yellow page. do the same thing over and over again expecting different results. And that's just not something that we do here. Do you wonder? Sometimes I want I wonder this, sometimes I wonder if there, there are certain there are certain sales trainers, there are certain marketing companies, there are certain people, there are certain names in the industry. That is, they're pretty well known. . And here's what I wonder often, and I observe a lot, I pay attention a lot, but I often wonder is I, are the people working with those people because of that's just who you work with, right? That's just a guy, right? And that's just who everybody works with. And nobody really pokes holes in some of these things. At least that's my observation. Did that make sense? It does. You have to, and in a line, it's the same with customers. Your clients people do business with you because one, they like you. I've been called a really good salesperson. I don't have much formal training. I have some, right? I sold radio, television cars. I've done sales predominantly for most of my adult life. I don't fancy myself as a salesperson but. people do business with me. They align very well. The people that, that my employees that I hand them off to, they're gonna feel in an experience a very [00:10:00] similar fashion to when they talk to me. So I find that transition, right, once you're talking to whoever you're talking to, that transition over to the next phase. Cuz I be very honest, I can't handle everybody. I can't talk to everybody all the time. I can't handle your accounts. So I hire the right people. I have absolutely amazing team working behind me for me, lifting me up, making what I say and do, easy to say and do. I have a saying, I love what I do. I love who I do it foreign. I love who I do it with. And that is not, it's not word vomit. That's not that's actual that's the what I've built this team around that. And this isn't really a say a podcast about what leads nearby. A lot of people don't know my story. And I'm happy to say it . will tell you, at the end of the day, my success, my growth, my company is predicated on my people and my clients. I've taken less money. I've done whatever I can to make sure that those two are the priorities. My family being is a priority as well. So, another pe another thing that a lot of people don't know about me is I'm a man of faith. I'm not perfect. Nobody is, but I am a man of faith. I'm an elder in my church. I really love helping it, I not be involved. I love doing that. And I will tell you not this conversation can go on and on about Mark Sherwin. Lee Nearby was developed and built around providing value. . I truly believe that there was an opportunity in this industry to help service-based contractors with ha give them an authoritative company who knows what they're doing, but give them somebody that they can trust. There are no shortage and everybody listening to this, you have a story on a negative experience with an SEO company. There was just a Facebook post about it, right? Don't, SEO stinks. They're all snake oil salesman and all this other stuff. That's my industry. That's something I've gotta battle, right? And it is, you're right, there are books that you combine and you read the 15 page pamphlet and or the back of the book, and you're suddenly a online marketing expert. I have to deal with them. So there's just had this, the other day, client signed up with me and she's like, mark that, the last two we signed up with burned us. That's terrible. How do you, I feel so bad, but that just makes me want more to provide the value. And it [00:12:30] makes it hard though, for us. It makes it re I cuz I understand you're saying, bro. It makes it awful. Terrible. Yeah. I'll so to that end what we're trying to kind of reimagine what value means, leads nearby and what I can show you. Oh yeah. You're number one. Hey, we got rankings. Look at all these ran. Oh wow. We got more traffic than ever before. Look at this. This is great. And you guys, oh, this is so awesome. This is exactly what I'm supposed to look at, right. . My answer to that is, though, supposed to look at, that's what we think. That's what I want you to look at when I don't have any other story to tell you is look what number one ranking that I got you. I did. I don't care about your number one ranking. You know what I care about? Revenue. Your bottom line, your dollar, your market share. I care about the things that mean something to you, your pocket, your family, your employees. And to that end we've begun late this year. We launched a program called Primo. And its entire purpose was to prove our, what we were doing was generating an increase in your revenue, in your target areas where you want to grow, where the, show you where the opportunity exists in your tar, in your service area. Instead of testing the big giant net. of, oh, we're gonna do paper click all through here. Cause that's my service area. Now I'm drawing circles around within there and saying, that's where I want to, that's where I want to, that's where I want to because those are the areas that are gonna generate the most return on your investment. And it has been kind of one of those aha moments. Like, we got it, like we're impacting market share revenue. Your third your third place ranking on a particular keyword that you fought so hard for is generating exponential amount of revenue. Yeah. That's awesome. Let's go. How much more revenue can we get from a different placement? It's not about number one, it's about how much revenue am I generating from number three, how much revenue am I generating from being found further out on your service area, on your Google business profile? I, these are the things that we're starting to try to focus our client's energy and effort on. And help them understand is what we ultimately, as an industry should be judged on, is revenue [00:15:00] generated lead volume. I'm good with that. Not number one ranking I can influence. It's so funny. Somebody's like, mark, you, I want more traffic. Great. I can influence traffic tomorrow. Just write a bunch of blog posts. And if as long as you as a service area business in Raleigh, North Carolina could care less about getting traffic from New York, I'm good. But you're a service area business in Raleigh, North Carolina. Guess where you want most of your traffic from Raleigh, North Carolina, So we spend time with that and help our clients with that, help them become the authorities, help them become the quintessential expert in their area on their topic and that revenue number, and looking at that at the end of the day, that market share, how much of that market do you own in your priority zip codes? It's been the aha moment that we all search for in our business lives. And we are, that, that's what we've been going to market with. And ultimately I'll tell you the long-term plan is I plan to tie my revenue, what I get paid on my ability to hit those numbers. That that, that's interesting. All right, so let's go back for a second, just for anybody that's listening, brother. So let's just say I just started an HVAC plumbing company, right? And yeah, and I'm looking for a digital market. I'm looking for a marketing company, and yeah, all these options, and I'm listening to this and I'm thinking, all right, so he said, I'm not gonna hit all the service areas. I'm just gonna hit specific service areas. What, if I don't know anything about marketing, what do you mean? Define, kind of break that down for me if I'm, let's just pretend I don't know anything about marketing, because there's a lot of people that could be listening to this that may not know. Talk about it. Okay, go for it. Marketing is okay. You're you're starting your own business. Awesome. Welcome to the club. It's a ride. The first and foremost thing that I need you guys to understand is that you need to be focused on why somebody needs to do business with you. What problem are you solving? Is it just, you started the business because you're a plumber and want to start a business because you're a plumber? What problem, what thing that the plumbing company that you work for, you wanted to break off and do on your own? Why? What was the purpose? Is it just money? Is it, I don't know that answer, but you're generally solving a problem. I broke off and I'm solving a problem in this industry because, I believe that the Yellow Pages was doing you guys wrong. [00:17:30] What did you break off and do? That becomes what if I don't know that? What if I don't know that though? What if I just say, you know what? I just, screw the balls. Right? I just saw him making all this money. I hear that a ton. And that's quite frankly my, I wanna, I see all these guys getting all this money from being purchased. I want that. Right? Totally. There's a plan. How do we get there? Why should somebody do business with you? Okay. Once you have established that that why somebody does business with me and know it's not because you have the best and well most well-stocked trucks. No, it's not because you're the nicest guy. Okay? Those can be things that you can say, but what is it that's different? What is it that, what problem are you truly solving once you establish that? . Now that's not an easy question. Your marketing company can help you, ask your friends and family, ask people around you, what is your most frustrating thing with the plumber that you've had last time in your house? That's fascinating that you said that. All right. So that's, that is such a great point. I gotta stop you for just one second. You're basically, I'm gonna stand there. Go ahead and stop when you need to. No, you're good. But you're, understanding what the market wants, right? And you said ask other people. I would encourage maybe people not to ask a friend and family, cuz they're not gonna be honest with you. But what you could do, if you wanna know what you should specialize in is, talk to the people that are out in the marketplace, right? Find out what the problems are, find out what this plumbing company's doing, find out what they're doing, find out what they're doing wrong, find out what they're doing right, and figure out which one of those things that aligns with you. Or if it's, I'll just use this as an example, if it's if it's drained, right? You and I both know that not everybody's qualified to do drains, right? Not all plumbers even wanna do drains, but if you are really good at doing drains, then you could specialize, right? We know Ellen, RO, I'm sure you know that name, I think it's zoom drains maybe. Anyway, they specialize in just drains because that's what they're good at. Now does that mean they don't do anything else? No, but they lead with the one thing that they do Well, and of course they do all the other things. Right. And I think that's maybe what you were saying it is. And, yes. Absolutely. I'll give you the example. Okay? When you go in and in a technician comes to your door and you open that door, right? And the first whiff of you open the door and the first whiff you get is a smoke. [00:20:00] Guy just got done smoking a cigarette or something, right? You, he didn't open his mouth. And that homeowner, who's probably not a smoker at that point, is immediately turned off to the, to, to whatever that could, he could be the best plumber on earth. And if he smells like a smokestack, he's gonna have that problem. This is what I'm telling you, like, these are the things to understand When you ask friends or family, when you ask people in the marketplace, well, whoever you ask as many people as you can. What problems do are out there so that you can address them. We're the cleanest cut guys out there. We roll the red carpet out. We, there's so many things that you can, Hey, that's my message. I'm not that guy or a girl. Right? That's not who we are or wanna be. That's a market, that's a brand, that's something that you can go to market with. My people are excellent at it. I'm good at it. . I've hired the right people to help with that. The second part of that is do build it and they will come right? It people all the time. They'll call me up, mark, just build me a website and the leads will start rolling in. And I'll be able to pay for your bill next month once I have a website. I'm sorry, we're not right for you. Wrong answer. Right? It's not build and you will come. Why People are smart today, right? They've got all these choices. What's different about you? Why are they gonna choose you? And that brand has everything to do with whether or not somebody even recognizes you. Do yourselves a favor. Go to Google. I want and anybody listen to this test, this theory out, go to Google and type in bear repellent. It's a fun experiment. Who would you choose on that page? , 90% of you say 80% of you are going to choose Amazon or r e i. Why? They've done their best job of branding Amazon. I know I'm gonna get it in two days. There's gonna be some reviews there. R e i. Yeah, they're specialized in that. The number one on there is like Bear Smart or Bear Mark. That's, they probably have the best products and the most experience, but somebody you've never heard of. Now think back to Plumber. Plumber near me. Never heard of, oh yeah. I've seen these guys around Call and they're in the third spot, or they're so right. I am looking, in my mind it's a psychological event, right? I'm looking, I'm Nope nope. I'm looking for reasons not to do business with you as much as I'm looking for somebody to do business [00:22:30] with. A hundred percent. So we spend a lot of time in helping clients understand that, in that it's not magic. . It's just not, I wish it was, I'd be a rich man. We joke around, mark, just pick up the Google phone and call surrogate. Nope. It doesn't exist. I love helping those clients more than I want them to be a client of mine. I will sit down and I will educate any person that calls up. No problem. Give I love that aspect about what I do and give them ideas and help them build out. I've probably had five last month that I did the exact same thing for who's the first person they call when they're ready to sign up with a company like mine. Hopefully I am. Makes sense. It, I totally agree. And it is important. The brand's important. Understanding the messaging, right? I would love for you to talk about that for a second. How many times do you, and I'm not necessarily saying your people, but I see this a lot, right? The messaging in the email, right in the funnel or whatever, the email chain that you're getting, it's a little bit different than what the other messages are. And that incongruence is the same as that dude walking up on the front porch as a smoker to a non-smoker. It, I get asked this question all the time and let's get that out there, right? Seo, I mark seo, my website. so I show up. I want you to think of Google as a person, and this goes right back to messaging. So don't think I'm going in a different direction here, goes right back to messaging. there are, when you SEO something people are constantly, you how many keywords does it have to say in the exact way that it has to say it? And there's gotta be a certain percentage in the first 300 words, and there's gotta be minimum of 300 words. There's all these like general rules about seo o and yes, those things are kind of your basic, that's what you should minimally do for anybody. What we end up spending a lot of time is why should Google rank you over anybody else? And it gets back to the messaging and it gets back to Google rewards content, unique content, fresh perspectives, right? If you guys take nothing away from this, something that to go to your SEO company with is how can you be the quintessential expert in your area and on your topic of what you do. Palmer electrician, doesn't matter. What can you do as the expert to show [00:25:00] Google that you are in fact the quintessential expert in the area? Now, that gets into your messaging. That gets into we are the authority because we're willing to provide the most information, answered, the most questions that people have on the particular topic, the most AC repair. We should just use that, right? I don't want AC repair, air conditioning repair. Everybody wants that as a term. Great. Why should Google rank you over anybody else? And when you can understand that your messaging on your website isn't about how many times did I say the word AC repair? It's about how much information do you provide on your site about the topic. air conditioning repair, the types of air conditioning repair to expect. How much does it generally cost? Okay, what kind of air conditioning repairs, what's the timeframe? Right? There are so many questions that people have of the general topic and when you can help your website be the authority that my friend is one of the key pieces. It's in your message, how your message comes across that gets people there, then it's the tagline, right? Fix today or it's right or right. Fix right or repaired whatever it is, right? I want your message to come across at that point because that is going to detail whether or not the client does business with you. I'm gonna arrive in a fully stocked truck. That's when that is important. Google wants to know, did you educate my search of the client when you get there? Man, all of a sudden the light bulbs go off. You're a featured snippet on the search results page. You're part of the questions that, that Google asks right? And provides answers to. That's where you start showing up, and that's when you start getting the best search volume coming in for your most important keywords. And that's the messaging. So I want to hit, I want to, I wanna go back on something that you mentioned that was really important. When people go to your website, they do not care about you. They don't care about your family. They don't care about how hard you work to start the business. If they don't care, you know that any of that crap, they care about what you can do for them. You just mentioned that when people go to your site, they wanna learn about what it is they wanna learn about. Here we're talking about HVAC systems. So have an article about HVAC systems, right? It doesn't need to be your whole website, but you need to have information so people can learn about it. [00:27:30] Guess what? They're not gonna be able to put the HVAC unit in themselves. Like, you're not doing anybody a disservice by putting it on there. Nope. However, massive disservice if you're driving traffic about how great this deal is and they get to the site and it's about you, and well, I just use you and Bob in this scenario. They get to your site and it's about you and Bob's story like that doesn't make sense. We see that doesn't make sense. I'll tell you the biggest thing for us and anybody out there understand that your client cares that you're gonna answer their problem, their concern to them that the faulty air conditioner, that is the most important topic. They're con biggest cons. They're the only one in the world at that moment in time with that exact problem, and they're desperate for. they're hot, they're cold, they're not supposed to be. There's water where it's not supposed to be. There's a switch that's not working when it was before. These are primary concerns. How quickly can you get out there to solve them? We earn plate. Google's not going to reward you because you have a well stock truck. Google's gonna reward you because you have a well-informed website that does that, that educates that person on that particular topic at hand. Whatever their concern is now, when they get to your website is when, Hey, I need those trust signals. I need that that I need to feel good about who's gonna show up on my house. All right. The second most, and this is almost I haven't talked to many other agencies about this, but in my agency, the second most visited page, almost every one of my websites is the About Us page. , including leads nearby. They wanna know who you're gonna do business with. They want, you got me there now, who's gonna show up at my door? Who am I gonna be talking to? Right? Oh, wow. Hey. Yeah, I see some of the people they were, oh, that's great. Yeah. For whatever reason, it goes back to some of that family, right? They wanna know that they can trust you. That you're not just some robot held back on getting their money. It's no, don't do that. Be family oriented. Be show off your people. I know they're not photogenic, believe me. I know. But figure out a way to make them photogenic. Whatever that may be. I don't know. There's a guy that was in Oklahoma and most of you guys are gonna know him. Chris Hunter [00:30:00] guys weren't that photogenics. What'd he do? He went out and created caricatures out of all of them. . He made it fun and people ate it up. I got a electrician down in Atlanta. He went so far as to take pictures of all of his people doing things that they loved on the side, snowboarding and all right? He had all these cool pictures of his people doing the activities that they loved, not in their uniform. These are the kinds of things that bring a family aspect. Oh yeah, these are the people I want my, they're fun. They're cool. They're gonna solve my problem. Or maybe they're just like me, right? They could just, like, that's the, I may not be a snowboarder, but I may see this guy that's, whatever. Well fill in the blank, but I can see myself in that guy or that girl, whatever it is, right? Yeah. uh, Chris would tell us stories and the guy in the Atlanta tells us stories. People will call up and ask for that guy or that girl. because of their background, right? Hey, I'm a we'll use a Raleigh thing, right? I'm an NC State fan. I don't want, I don't want a Tar Hill fan showing up at my house, . And that's a real thing. It's, it totally is. Yes. I don't know about you ever there in the country, but here that would be a real thing. That would be a real thing. Think about, the Georgia Bulldogs. You got that whole thing down there. You got Texas you's got tons of that going on. Yeah, it's a thing. I mean, hey, maybe a great strategy to align yourself with whatever the most popular thing is, or what I'm not saying be as honest, but hey if all the other technicians advice to the technicians of all the other guys, like a certain team, like the other one, whether or not you're do or not, cause people will pick you just because. They will that hundred percent they will. Because people want to do business, people they know, like, and trust. Inter like them. Same thing. Same thing. Alright, so let's dive back into I, I want you to dive a little bit more into Primo. I don't know that we really talked about it in as much detail as I'd like, so yeah, go ahead. What's your question? So my question is if, alright, so I, and I know that there's only certain things that you could tell me about it, but I guess why is this, other than the service areas or why is that important? Maybe that's a group question. Why is it important to not hit the whole triangle and just hit the service areas that you were talking about earlier? It's extraordinarily important to hit your entire service market. Okay. [00:32:30] Where's the best opportunity for return on investment? Isn't like you want your budget to go. You want your budget to, to have its best bank for the buck. And if I'm spending where people aren't going to spend with me or from, if I'm spending in an area where I'm just not the right households, it's just I'm getting clicks, but I'm not getting opportunity. This should tell you that our, and what our primo is proven is that's not your primary area. There's just not enough opportunity in that area to impact it. It's from a revenue perspective. So what we ended up doing Primo was born, I'll start at the beginning. Primo was born out of this necessity that clients were asking for reporting what they were asking for. Validity. Mark, what you're doing for me is great. Everybody up until this point has showed me ranking reports and traffic reports. They don't know how much money they're making from those efforts. Then they, people started getting into, oh, let's do more tracking. Let's provide some attribution to it. Wonderful. Great. I have, I'm all about attribution. What we couldn't uncover was I'll tell and most of you on this call, if you're a business owner, you guys are gonna understand this. You've dumped money into a location for months and just not getting any more revenue out of it than you did before. What we find is that you've hit a market share cap. Take that same, we'll call it a hundred dollars that you that you're spending over here and getting a half a lead. And you take that same a hundred dollars and you apply it to an area where you don't have market saturation. Take that same a hundred dollars and apply it there. The, it's a mu that a hundred dollars might be two full leads at that point. It goes further. . Now I know what most of you're saying, mark. I wanna push the envelope. I wanna push that percentage of market share up. I wanna own the entire thing I do too. But you know, as well as I do, it's gonna cost more. Each lead that you get when you hit that top is going to cost exponentially more to get, because you have to break a relationship or whatever the case is, it's gonna cost more. Whereas some areas around your cer in your service area have great home values, great demographics and psychographics have everything that you're looking for. From a total home perspective. They don't have a preferred partner. Let's go after them. Let's focus our [00:35:00] energy on what we can in that area. Instead of using your paper, click budget and drawing a giant circle, draw smaller circles. And what we uncovered, Corey has been breaking phenomenal, is when you target at that level, you end up with. Far more impact. That a hundred dollars goes far further, the revenue is still there. And you impact market share. And I can tell you, unequivocably, oh, we hit the top of that market share, let's start taking dollars and put 'em into the next one while still maintaining what you have and you continue to grow your service area on that way. Now this is new. I'm I don't have like all these statistics and everything I'm gonna be able to share with you on this call, but what I can tell you is when you impact, when you show a client where they have been dumping money into and not gaining any more revenue from, and he takes that dollar and he moves it over to a zip code, and all of a sudden he's got, he can visibly see that zip code in his, he has service, tighten in his service, tighten rack tracking, generating more revenue than ever before from a simple switch. retargeting switch. Yeah. We're on something Customer for life. That happened. That it, yes. And he even said, he is like, all right, where's my next zip code? Where are we going from here? We looked at his overall reporting and we increased his market share by 1%. Doesn't sound like much to anybody. Maybe not. That's a huge, what does that equate to? Just for anybody listening, just give us like a number of what that 1% really would mean, depending on the size of your company. Could be a million bucks like it was for this company. Alright. Good example. a, It was a million dollars in revenue, attributed revenue to a particular zip code. So let me ask you something like I, and I wonder this I don't wonder this. I see this in certain different companies that they might be marketing. to a lead, and let's just say they're in Winston-Salem. Let's just pretend they're in Winston-Salem. Sure. But they've got Mar but there's, they've got but they're targeting Greensboro. They're targeting Burlington. They're targeting Pilot Mountain. , you're talking about an hour and a half distance between one lead to the next. And I have to scratch my head on that one because it, unless you've got enough trucks that, that doesn't matter. But I'm talking about somebody that's doing $2 million a year that don't [00:37:30] have before trucks. And that matters a lot. That matters to Tom, right to, it could kill you. Take your service area and you shrink it down. Your service area is that big generally because you want as many leads as you can to keep your four guys busy. My goal, shrink your service area and find enough work in that four for those four guys in the smaller service area. Right. Get that guy in the same area. Now, look I'm not a, I'm not a trainer on, on that side of it. Through our, Corey, I'm sure you can help. I know there's a lot of people out there that can help organize somebody's day, organize their schedule, work on quality lead scoring, that kind of thing, so that you can wait your schedule properly based on where you're gonna be. But for the guy that, the one 2 million, right? When you're sitting there, you're like, I'm going a half hour across town, hour and a half across town. Your marketing should be focused on where the highest propensity for opportunity works. It is then you coordinate your schedule with it. I spend a lot of time in helping clients shrink their service area before growing it. I help clients figure out where they should grow to. I'm helping with the Primo Report. The Primo report is showing them where they should put their new office. Where they should buy a company, right? What is the op market opportunity in those areas? I if you're going back to your original question, if you're a new company and you don't know where to stick your flag, this report will help you identify The biggest op best opportunity might not be in downtown Raleigh. It might be in an outskirt, right? Let's go down to Garner. Oh, Smithfield. Yeah. That seems like a good area, right? But this will help you understand that. Well, the truth is does it matter? Like if you're making money out of that area, does, do you really care where it is? Like provided Then it's, within distance, obviously, who cares, right? Who cares what neighborhood you're in? As long as you're making money, as long as you're making money, but the how quickly you make the money. That's true. Why it matter, right? If I'm in downtown Raleigh, I am dealing with every other downtown Raleigh company. But if I move a little bit in the outskirts, there's a lot of good homes around here. right? I wanna own this area on where there's really good homes and I have less competition to deal with, especially on Google Maps. Okay? Now you're impacting your Google Map placement with a properly developed, properly positioned office. We all know, right? Google shows your office within a five mile, 10 mile radius, depending upon the number of compe [00:40:00] competitors. Now I'm gonna, Hey, I'm getting a little bit more bang from my buck, where before if I was in downtown Raleigh or downtown, whatever, I get that little net because I got so much competition. Stop trying to be like everybody else. Stop trying to be, was Houston had over, no, I don't even remember now, 3,600 H V A C companies in and around there. Don't what pub, what part of that are you or do you want to own? What part of that do you want to dominate? Dominate it. Then expand, then look to grow. You can be a very big company in a very small area, like around Houston or even south of Raleigh. I just looked at a map the other just today, right? Tulsa, Oklahoma. And I looked just south. There's Broken arrow and I'm like, oh my gosh, this is such a huge opportunity for him. I never thought about that. That's why I'm here. Makes total sense. Well, it really does make sense. I'll tell you the side. Another benefit of doing it the way you just said is imagine your branding, right? Your vans, that if you're the plumbing company we're talking about now you're getting this super small service area. Guess what your brand's getting seen by that really small service area. And in their mind, perception is you're everywhere. Right? You're all around my neighborhood. So I assume you're all over the country because it matters to me, right? And guy, guys and girls that are listening to this. That's exactly correct. What Corey just said is exactly correct. Now it's still on you. Do not trust. Do not assume that your client now is going to recommend you to their neighbor. Ask, start handing out referral cards. Hand out door hangers. Do whatever you've gotta do. Every job becomes two jobs. Do not let that opportunity slip past if you've got 'em on the phone. Hey, did you, I, it sounds like your water heater's kind of old is that similar with some of your neighbors? Do they want like a free inspection or anything? Ask, these are opportunities that. . There was a old H V A C guy told me this. He's like, mark, go on to the days of wearing a tool belt and going to work, right? Everybody is responsible for the start asking questions even on the when that first call comes in. These are business coaching things that just the guys that are, and guys and girls in the field. Please understand these are questions that lead to more revenue for you, more income. [00:42:30] Yes the company does better, but at the end of the day, you do better for you and your family. You grow, you are problem solving out there. Everybody offers if you're proud of that, if you're in the trades, sorry to cut you off. No. Be proud of that. That's the huge thank you, right? Be proud of that. I can't. Fix, my, my septic system, I can't fix drains. I know. To pour draino down there and all, y'all just shrugged. Oh my god. Draino, no. Alright. But that's what the homeowner knows they're asking you, come in. I had a my, my son flushed his underpants down the toilet when he was a baby. The potty training thing washed his underpants on the toilet, clogged that sucker up. Good. I called three plumbers. One finally showed up. Yes. Totally smelled like he was smoking. Yes. Destroyed the bottom of my toilet with his little plumber or, thing. And but in five minutes, had the underwear out and then turned around and goes a hundred bucks. And I go, what did a hundred dollars get me? He goes, well, it's an hour of time. I said, great, let's go for a walk. And I walked him all around my house, Hey that spigot is leaking, this is right. And he, Hey, can you flush that right? How much to cost? I was literally trying to train him on how he should have approached me. There was more work to be done in that house, and he was ready to leave with his a hundred dollars in his pocket. Great. A hundred dollars for five minutes of work. I totally understand. He wants to go to the next five minute job. I get it. But there was more money to be made at my house and he didn't have to travel any, any further. I actually heard that a little bit differently. I was like, oh, so I paid for your hour of time. Well, I might as well get you to fix everything you could fix during this a hundred dollars hour of your time. Because customers would absolutely run with that. Yes. And I, hundred percent I change more. Yeah, absolutely. You paid him for his expertise, not his time, and that's where he messed up. Yeah. So these are the things like, and these are the experiences that your friends and family, colleagues, people around you people just in the community, just start asking like, what problem? What problems are very typical of a plumber or H V A C company? Well, there's a guy here locally right, Corey six and fix, he established his, he was an H V A C guy. He was a story written about him. He was an H V A C guy. He's not even my client. He was an H V A C guy only getting so far in, in getting leads and his company's only getting [00:45:00] so big. I don't remember the original company name. He talked to a bunch of people and their biggest concern was, how fast can you get out to my house? Well call by six, and it's fixed by today. Oh, he has 40 something trucks last I knew on the road, just in the Raleigh market, and all he does is fix. I don't, here's why that, he turns it over to his old company. And here's why that works, mark. Cuz we all want everything the Amazon way. So guess what? You're no different. Your service is zero. No different. None. None. Everybody's used to the Amazon way, right? I hit the button. It's there in two days. Yeah. Is that fair to the con? No. But does it matter if it's fair? You gotta understand where your customer's brain is. Then you've got me. Then you've like, I don't want to call another plumber. I honestly don't. I have no desire to call another plumber. I wanna know I got a guy or, yeah. I wanna know. Yeah. And, but now you got me. What are you gonna do with me? Well, I didn't tell you this story. One of the first things that happened to me, I saw I it was a local company put windows in in my house. I bought a house. And the windows. I mean basically just draft Central. So I hired a company to come out. This was before I even started leasing nearby. Hired a company to come out and they showed up and they did their work $15,000 later. And I, I remember right, I didn't have that kind of money. I had to take a home equity loan out. It was all kinds of, it's a big deal. I was the one calling him up, going, Hey do you do this? Hey, do you do this? I got more money to spend and I felt kind of used like he could care less after he got his $15,000 from me that whether or not, and he could a great job, he installed Windows, everything that was not the problem. He missed them opportunity for to own my home. I had more stuff to do, so I started calling his competi. people that like you didn't earn it. My wife just had a she owns her own company. She just had a person come into her house and to her place to polish and wax the floors. It's a health organization, right? And she does speech pathology and they were clean and polish the floors. They gave her a really high number and I told her it was gonna take a really long time to do. And she said yes. They still haven't showed up. They still haven't given her a date that they're gonna come in. Then they finally called her. We were just on a little vacation in Nashville. They called her by on a [00:47:30] vacation, Nashville, and they're like, we have too many little jobs. We can't handle your big job, so, we're just gonna have to decline. Like, are you kidding me? We just went two months round and round, finally agreed on a price, and I was just asking you for the time, and now you can't do it. She calls one guy up. Yes, ma'am. I can be right out there. Before and after pictures on his website, she'll tell you that's exactly what sold her was the before and after pictures. That's how she made the decision, was I see the floor before. I hate it. That's what it's gonna look like after sold. And he is a thousand dollars cheaper and can do it a day sooner, a day. Shorter. Yes. There's so many stories out there of people do the right thing by your clients. Guys. Do the right thing. Answer the right answer. The phones care. When you answer the phones, and when you do, I can guarantee you it's a change in your business and your philosophy. Corey, how many phone calls have you listened to? Pete Plumbing, Pete speaking. Like, are you kidding me? , how can I help today? What's going on? What's wrong? Oh my gosh, you've got a geyer in your front yard. Let me get right out there. Let's make that a priority, that there's two, ways to think about that. And one is want to know that my problem is you can help me with, is a concern to you that it's a priority and you wanna help me, right? So news flash folks, you don't have to, you don't have to spend more money in marketing to get more leads. Just train your people to execute when the leads come in and you will save money on marketing. This is why I'm dealing with Corey. This is why I have aligned myself with his training, because I cannot agree more with that statement. I honestly, I've listened to phone calls and I've had clients quit. Marco, we quit. True story thousand leads sent via a text message campaign. He had a thou, this guy had a thousand leads verifiable in six months, a thousand leads. He responded to a grand total of three, three of them. He responded to his excuse I just want 'em to call. Can't they just call and he quit my program? Okay. can't I can't fix that. I can't like, you can't. Somebody wanted to do business with you initially. Earn the opportunity to call them and work on your terms. [00:50:00] Then you can do that up until that point, gotta deal with them on their terms. And most of the time it's as simple as picking up the phone and being nice and showing up on time and you've. Most of the battle if you just do those three things. The first and this girl had no con my first client, and this girl had no formal training that I know about at the time, and she just get on the phone. Sweetest southern pie. Oh my gosh. We absolutely want to help you. Oh, good. Thank you. Okay, great. You can hear the relief in the customer's voice with just that one. Oh, my, oh, good. Good. Gosh, we can absolutely help you. That one qualifying statement in a sympathetic tone and a solution oriented, like, we can help you done that. That person was hooked. She booked everybody that came in. Yeah. She's absolutely phenomenal at it. Well, think of, mark, think about it, and I know you'll agree with this. When, even as a customer, we don't know what the problem is, right? We call you because we're scared. , we are confused. We may have something going completely sideways. We don't know how much it's gonna cost. Yep. That's what's going through our minds. When your CSR answers the phone, h a ABC Plumbing, and we're like, what? You're not gonna help me with my problem. You don't even care about me. You don't even care about your stuff. Your answer on the phone like that at at the end of the day, guys services like Corey, Corey himself helps marketing companies like me look better at the end of the, that's what it counts to. If I, if you can, if I can, if Corey can take one more lead. If you're, if I send you 10 leads and you close four of 'em, but he can close one more. Help you close. One more. I that's a huge number at the end of the day in the revenue. , and that's why I've aligned them. I know where to target. I know how to target. I know I, I know the means to which to reach your target audiences. I know messages that are going to resonate with them. That's all on me. When I get that phone to ring, when I get that text message to come through, when I get that smoke signal to happen, I don't care if that person has reached out in some way fashion reform to you. That's the baton. That's when a marketing company goes, yeah, we won. We got it. Here's your baton. Go for it. And if you continue to let them slip through, don't answer the phone answer the ah, they'll leave a [00:52:30] message. No, they won't. Don't assume that. Answer the phone every single chance That thing comes in, answer every email within as, as quickly as you can. . Those are the things that differentiate you over or anybody else. How many times guys have you gotten a lead and call them the next day and they already have an appointment with somebody else? Most of the time they're gone. You lost them. They're gone. They're gone call. You're a hundred percent right, dude. You're absolutely right. And here's the thing, mark if I'm a contractor and I suck an answer on the phone and I hate email and I don't like text messages, in fact, I really don't even want anybody to bother me. I just wanted to pay me. And guess what You can do, . You can hire somebody to do those other little things that you hate doing, and you can just run the business and do it. Well, imagine that somebody answered your calls for you. I get it, everybody. I get it. But there are companies, there are people that, that. This is one of the biggest areas that most smaller contractors start contractors starting out fail at. They try to be everything to everybody. They try to wear every single hat in the company. I had one guy, he's like, oh, I just need the phone calls between three and four o'clock in the afternoon. It's the only time I have available to answer them. Like, I'm sorry, people have a con, I have a problem at two in the afternoon. They're gonna have problems at 8:00 PM they're gonna have problems when they first wake up. If you're not answering the phone, they're gone. And I can't make them call at a certain time. And again, these aren't ideal clients and maybe they're extenuating circumstance. Maybe they're, maybe I'm just telling stories on the far ends of the spectrum. I don't know. I just know that I hear them. I hear them more than I should. And I can tell you your marketing company can absolutely help. I if you'd like to give us a shout, great. But I will tell you that your marketing company can do wonders. Give them the ammo they need, give them the information they need. It's all this is me giving you kind of the secret sauce guys. Give them the information and the help that they need. And the most important thing is pick up where they feel like they've won, they hand that baton to you. It is you're responsible for the revenue, not in your marketing company. You're responsible for closing that lead, booking, that lead, not your marketing company. Your marketing company did everything that right. At that point, I've gone so far as I've created programs and products that actually try to book the client call. Right? Oh fine. You're not [00:55:00] that good at it. Here, let me give you tools to help with that. Right. It's only so far I can go though. You can't make people do things. You just can't. And you would, until the pain gets great enough, there'll be zero changes. I don't know. It's yeah I hate that call though. I hate that call that the pain is too much. It's tough. But here's what I'd like, you know what I'd like to leave everybody with, and then I, you can leave everybody with something. Mark, it's really simple to email Mark if he's got, if you have a problem with your marketing, if the numbers dropped, email him, text him, send him a message and say, Hey Mark, we are not selling enough hot water heaters this month. Is there something going on with that? Maybe we should shift the marketing to whatever. The other thing is, you need to focus on what you're not getting a lot of leads on. But guess what? If you if the customer doesn't call you and tell you how are you ever gonna do, I'll tell you there's a if you're not busy and you're supposed to be, it's just your time of year, whatever it is, and you're not busy, your marketing's not working for you. Yep. When you're busy and you're supposed to be, your marketing's doing pretty good. When you are booked two weeks out and turning calls away, your marketing company is exceeding expectations. That's the realm. That's the where I like to work, right? I like people calling me and saying, stop what you're doing, cuz I've got, I'm booked too far out. , for the H V A C guys listening if you're, mark, if you are not busy when it's 900 degrees out in the summer, you're not busy. Your marketing's not working. You are just not found anywhere. They don't have the opportunity to get to you. That's when you call a company like mine. You call somebody that can help my clients. This is the, like I said, this is the busy season. I don't hear from them during the summer. Right. Frustrating. I want 'em to hear from them cuz I wanna prepare for the winter when they're not gonna be busy, but I get it. They're busy, they're running their company, they're on record pace. We've had 60% growth this year for one company in residential 30% for another, 43% for another. There's no shortage of opportunity growth this year. Not all. I don't take all the attri attribution. Right. They give it to me. You are instrumental in helping me get to that point mark. And that's, that, that's the realm that we work in. That's the stories that we have. That's the and again, leads nearby as a differentiator. I'm the only sales guy in [00:57:30] the organization. If you, I'm the owner of the company, you'll have my personal cell phone number. You can email me today, mark leads nearby.com. Very simple. M ark leads nearby.com. That will get to me just reference this in the subject line. Great. Right? I'd love that as an opportunity. I don't work with everybody. I'd rather give them free. I like to give a lot of people free advice. I hope you took away something from this too, the people that are watching. Corey, I hope you took something away from it. But there's a that's what I'm hoping people walk away from by listening to this. I know it's a little longer paper than most of your podcast, and I appreciate that sticking around this long. , just let me know how I, well, I did fail to ask you one more question unfortunately, and I gotta ask this because I think it is one of the separators and it shows your humbleness that you didn't mention this. But you all have spec, you all have dedicated team members. You don't have one person doing all this crap. You've got an SEO person, you've got a paper click person. You have, I can't go down to all the lists. I've met with all of 'em, obviously, but you can, it's important because a lot of companies just have that one guy that's just doing all that crap for you. And I don't know about you. Well, I do know about you cuz of how you structured your company. That doesn't make much sense. Can't be a specialist in everything. . I've hired former marketing people from H V A C companies. I've hired people from different walks of life. SEO experts, pay-per-click experts all of them with a passion to help. One, one of my one of my people her husband is a plumber, right? These are, I can't stress enough the importance of having somebody that understands the industry that you're working in that loves to help this industry that's what their sole focus in leads nearby. Sole focus is working with the trades, working with service area businesses. It's where we have cut our teeth. I don't have a lawyer division. I don't have a, I don't have a real estate division. I have I work with and for. Home service contractors and B2B contractors, right? I do have a quite a few of those actually. So I'm very good if you are traveling to someplace, I can help you be found in those places. That's the general consensus there. The, and this is, please understand my humbleness is I am, I take personally every client's success. [01:00:00] I have hired the right people. They support me in everything that, that I say and do. And sometimes I say things and they're like, mark, I didn't know that we could do that. And I said, you, we, you didn't know that we could do it, but I knew that you could do it. There's nothing, I don't sell anything that we can't do. My people are extraordinary at that. For any of my people listening, love y'all. The I'll go to, I'll go to bat for any single one of them. My people know this. I just had one not recent, not long ago. Leave me only to come back six months later because where they went was awful. And loved what we were took less money maybe, I think it was. Anyway, but she's phenomenal. These are the stories. These are the people I've hired. I'd have everybody's in-house. Everybody, yes, works from home, but everybody's in-house. These are, I don't, I farm out very little and the things that I do farm out are replicatable stuff. But my people are all in-house. My designers, , this guy's rock. My social media team. Are you kidding me? I have the right people. Seo. This guy is like a chip off the old block, right? I, if I built my SEO person, it'd be great. So these are the people that I have. At your disposal. They work in pods, we call them. So they work in small teams and you have access to them as a, as you'll have a team leader and then you'll have the people in the pod that you have access to. And that's how we have built this company. Again, I'm the only sales guy. I have a 30 plus, I have a excuse me 23 plus person organization soon to be 23 person organization and plus four executives. I'm the only sales guy, and I did that for a very specific reason. That keyword ranking I worked for that was a sales based organization. Get 'em in, get 'em out, whack the credit card, all that stuff. I am anti that. That is not what we do here. My sales process is long. I make sure that you are. Comfortable with the decision your marketing company should be, shouldn't be selling you anything. Just like you, you don't want you, you want people to buy from you. You don't wanna sell to them. It's exactly the same situation here. I vouch for that. I can vouch for you being a hundred percent that way. Cause that's how we started this relationship. , it was a sales pitch for either one of us. Like it just made sense that, people get it right. I think people get it. I hope they do. I do. But I agree. And this is a, I appreciate you, explaining all that because I do think it's important that people understand that there are subject matter [01:02:30] experts on your team dedicated to those specific things that'll be dedicated to your specific account. . I don't know too many people have that. I don't know anybody else actually. I'll tell you a quick story. My content team are again, phenomenal at what they do, constantly learning. You know what the biggest frustration is? And I want, no, they don't know what a capacitor is. No, they don't know right? What a, a electrical panel does on the side of a house. They don't know you do. And what they're desperately trying to do is drag that information out of you in any form they can get it, so that they can articulate that back as subject matter experts on your website help you become that authority. So when times that any content person sits you down and starts talking, think, how much could I possibly tell this person that I know about it? , that's only going to help you. Well, that's the magic, right? Because most of us I'll speak for me and most contractors that we don't wanna understand this stuff, right? We don't wanna understand all the, we wanna make sure whatever we deposit, whatever we give you money that we're gonna make an ROI on that money. That's it. Yep. Right? That's the bottom line. And guess what? Bottom line provide that. Right. You can provide that. You'll not give people canceling. Right. I'll report on it. Absolutely. Yeah. I appreciate the time, Corey. Where can people find you? You wanna give out your number, market leads nearby.com. And if you are so in choose, just know. Just like you, I get a lot of spam messages and voicemails and stuff. I might not answer right away. Please introduce yourself, but you can call me on my cell phone, (919) 830-7471. Like I said, every client and prospect has it. You might as well. So I'm good with that. Yeah, and maybe just for everybody listening don't call Mark, text him. Like if he is just a little bit easier to keep up with things don't call, because that's just, that's a, first of all, nobody really wants to use the phone anyway. But yeah, I think it's best for you. Text, I'll set something. We'll set something up pretty easy. Even if you call the main line (919) 758-8420 th they'll help you get on my calendar. I've got a Calendly link that we can send out and get you on my calendar. And again, this is all about just exploratory information. If I can give you free stuff, I will. If I can give you free information, yes. Why? Because that helps me and my, my, my reputa, that's my reputation. That's the legacy I wanna leave behind [01:05:00] is that people came to me and they got something from it that they could use in the future. And even if it's a little piece that I impacted you in a positive way, I'm good. So thank you brother. I appreciate you. Appreciate you, man. Thank you for the opportunity and hope to hear from if you have any questions, you got it. Mark Sherwin firstname.lastname@example.org Lead Near By Leadsnearby.com
Il 2022 è stato un anno record: lo scorso ottobre il tasso di occupazione è salito al 60,5%, il valore più alto dal 1977, anno di inizio delle serie storiche. Inoltre nei primi nove mesi del 2022 sono state effettuate 6,2 milioni di assunzioni e si sono registrate 640.092 variazioni contrattuali per un totale di 6.867.184 attivazioni di contratto, recuperando e superando i livelli pre-pandemia (+7,4%). Dati molto positivi, corretti leggermente dalla rilevazione del terzo trimestre, secondo la quale l'input di lavoro misurato in Ula (Unità di lavoro equivalenti a tempo pieno) è in lieve diminuzione rispetto ai tre mesi precedenti (-0,1% rispetto al secondo trimestre 2022), mentre rallenta la crescita su base annua (+2,7% rispetto al terzo trimestre 2021). Intanto il governo ha inserito una serie di misure in manovra che riguardano il Reddito di cittadinanza e voucher. Queste novità potranno aiutare le aziende a trovare lavoratori? Il mismatch tra domanda e offerta di lavoro che interessa il 46,4% delle assunzioni che equivalgono a oltre 177mila profili dei 382mila ricercati dalle aziende (Unioncamere e Anpal). Negli ultimi giorni sono anche usciti dati interessanti che riguardano le retribuzioni degli italiani. Nel 2020, rivela l'Istat, circa il 76% dei redditi lordi individuali (al netto dei contributi sociali) "non supera i 30.000 euro annui: la metà dei redditi lordi individuali si colloca tra 10.001 e 30.000 euro annui, oltre un quarto è sotto i 10.001 euro e soltanto il 3,7% supera i 70.000 euro". È credibile che i lavoratori con oltre 30mila euro lordi l'anno siano solo il 24% del totale? Approfondiamo il tema con Francesco Seghezzi, direttore fondazione ADAPT, centro studi su lavoro e occupazione fondato da Marco Biagi. Lavazza, bonus contro il carovita e venerdì breve Venerdì breve, permessi caregiving, estensione del congedo di paternità, ampliamento dello smart working. Sono alcuni dei principali punti del contratto integrativo del gruppo Lavazza approvato a larga maggioranza dai lavoratori del Centro Direzionale. L'accordo, che avrà efficacia per il triennio 2023-2025 integra gli aspetti legati ai piani di sviluppo del Gruppo, all'evoluzione dell'organizzazione del lavoro, alla valorizzazione dei collaboratori e al welfare aziendale dei circa 1.000 dipendenti impiegati negli uffici di 'Nuvola' a Torino e del centro di Settimo Torinese. Nello specifico entro il prossimo 12 gennaio un bonus speciale una tantum per andare incontro al caro vita, del valore complessivo di 700 euro totalmente detassati e articolato in forma di buoni acquisto, bonus carburante e rimborso delle utenze domestiche. L'inflazione, però, ha anche un rovescio della medaglia, e Lavazza come tutte le grandi aziende del food deve fare i conti con un aumento delle materie prime e dell'energia. Ne parliamo con Antonio Baravalle, amministratore delegato di Lavazza. Manovra: il testo torna in Commissione per i rilievi della Ragioneria Torna in commissione Bilancio di Montecitorio il testo della manovra di fine anno. I tempi per l'approvazione dovrebbero subire uno slittamento di qualche ora a causa della norma che stanzia 450 milioni per i Comuni priva di copertura e che per questa ragione è finito sotto la scure della Ragioneria che ha chiesto di stralciarlo oltre ai rilievi su 44 emendamenti che dovranno essere corretti in gran parte sempre per problemi di coperture. Tra questi anche la norma sullo smart working. Il testo dovrà quindi tornare in commissione per correggere l'errore. Parliamo delle ultime novità in manovra con Dino Pesole, editorialista del Sole 24 Ore.
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We are back in the Media Pit talking about everything that happened this past weekend at the Val di Sole World Cup in Italy. Cyclocross Radio is sponsored by Hammerhead and the Karoo 2. For a limited time, our listeners can get a free heart-rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit hammerhead.io right now and use promo code CXRADIO at checkout to get yours today. Also, check out The CXHAIRS Bulletin from Zach and Bill at https://cxhairs.substack.com/. Download the Substack app and join in on the CXHAIRS Bulletin chats. Follow Micheal on Twitter at @landsoftly and Instagram at @yeahyouride. Follow Zach on Twitter at @theshoestar and Instagram at @zacharyschuster and at @cxhairsbulletin. Follow Bill (@cxhairs) on Twitter and Instagram. Watch Cyclocross Television and subscribe to the Wide Angle Podium YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/wideanglepodium. Check out The CXHAIRS Bulletin from Zach and Bill at https://cxhairs.substack.com/. You can find Cyclocross Radio, and all of the Wide Angle Podium shows on Apple Podcasts if that's how you consume podcasts. Also, rate and review on Apple Podcasts, even if it's not the way you consume podcasts. Have a question, comment, complaint, or general inquiry? Hit us up at email@example.com, And don't hesitate to call the helpline: 405-CXHAIRS (405-294-2477).
Snow racing in Val di Sole for the 10th round of the cyclocross world cup! Noah and Issam talk about all the news! Noah was on the ground in val di sole and bring some extra insights. They talk about Vanthourenhout and Pieterse who won the races, but also about Iserbyt and Van Empel who both crashed and were forced to withdraw from the race. They also talk about Kuhn, Persico, Sweeck and Ruegg. Listen to this and much more in this episode of the cyclocross social podcast!
Settimana ricchissima di novità scientifiche!Iniziamo con la notizia che più ha fatto scalpore: alla National Ignition Facility (NIF) è stato fatto un passo in avanti per quanto riguarda la fusione nucleare. La fusione nucleare è un processo che avviene naturalmente nel Sole e che, se replicato sulla Terra in modo controllato, ci potrebbe portare a produrre energia pulita. Un passo in avanti è stato fatto, ma non è tutto oro ciò che luccica (o implode!) e la strada per la ricerca è ancora molto lunga. Ce ne parlano i conduttori di questo episodio: Andrea e Giuliana.Per saperne di più: https://www.llnl.gov/news/national-ignition-facility-achieves-fusion-ignition.Nell'intervento esterno Giorgio intervista Alessandro Strada, dottorando presso il Politecnico di Milano e il CNR. Alessandro ci parlerà di vescicole extracellulari. Questi “messaggeri” presenti nel nostro corpo sono protagonisti di un filone di ricerca che comprende molte discipline diverse, ricerca di base e ricerca applicata, e potrebbe portare a importanti novità nell'ambito diagnostico e di cura delle malattie.Per saperne di più:https://www.evitasociety.org/https://www.isev.org/Tornati in studio, e dopo la consueta barza, Giuliana e Andrea discutono di una una interessante ricerca appena pubblicata su Nature: per la prima volta è stato simulato un wormhole usando un computer quantistico. Cos'è un wormhole, cosa c'entra coi buchi neri e cosa è stato fatto esattamente?Per approfondire: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-022-05424-3
On episode 283 we ask: do you have a bullshit job? What about a shit job? We explore David Graeber's book Bullshit Jobs, specifically the point that younger generations are sometimes told by the Left that they can't complain about "trivial" things like meaningless work because of privilege, many people have it worse. Our earliest experiences with paid work. Listener feedback and reviews of our show. Bullshit Jobs is available in the usual formats but also as an audiobook: https://www.audible.com.au/pd/Bullshit-Jobs-Audiobook/B07CTTY6BR Nick's Rotations music show All My Favourite Songs…Of 2021: https://www.3cr.org.au/freedomofspecies/episode-202201091300/all-my-favourite-songs%E2%80%A6-2021-rotations-music-special You can hear Nick interviewed on Radical Australia on 3CR Community Radio: https://www.3cr.org.au/radicalaustralia/episode/nick-pendergrast Check out the Homeless in Hotels series which explores the experiences of homeless people who were housed in hotels during COVID lockdowns in Victoria: https://homelessinhotels.net/ Clips: Peep Show Season 5 Episode 4, Coal by Sole and DJ Pain 1, Peep Show Series 4 Episode 4 and Season 2 Episode 6, I Think You Should Leave Season 2 Episode 5, Is Piers Morgan a multi-million dollar fail? Media Watch, Hit like a girl by Meet Me @ The Altar. For more in-depth show notes, including additional links, go to: https://progressivepodcastaustralia.com/2022/12/19/283/ If you enjoy the music we play on our show, check out our Spotify playlist ‘Progressive Podcast Australia Music and Comedy'! https://open.spotify.com/user/bronzecat83/playlist/6DK5AzWfrxSDcpHWlLsWi6
Al Consiglio Affari Energia, a quanto si apprende da fonti europee, è stato trovato un accordo politico sul price cap a 180 euro a megawattora. Sulla base dell'intesa politica raggiunta al Consiglio Affari Energia il price cap al gas entrerà in vigore il 15 febbraio prossimo. A quanto si apprende da fonti europee il differenziale del prezzo al Ttf con gli indici di riferimento globali viene fissato, come previsto nell'ultima proposta della presidenza ceca, a 35 euro. I giorni necessari - in cui il prezzo deve superare i 180 euro a megawattora - perché scatti il meccanismo di correzione restano tre. Ne parliamo conAdriana Cerretelli, editorialista de Il Sole 24 Ore. Consumo di beni durevoli: -2% rispetto al 2021. Si spende principalmente per la casa. Sono stati presentati la scorsa settimana i dati dell'Osservatorio Findomestic 2022, dedicato al mercato dei beni durevoli, realizzato dalla società di credito al consumo del Gruppo Bnp Paribas in collaborazione con Prometeia. La spesa delle famiglie in beni durevoli a fine anno toccherà quota 69,1 miliardi di euro con una contrazione del 2% rispetto al 2021, attribuibile ad una riduzione dei volumi (-7.6%) solo parzialmente compensata dalla crescita dei prezzi (+6.1%). Gli acquisti per la casa (+2,6%) tengono a galla il mercato dei beni durevoli compensando, almeno in parte, il crollo del settore motori (-6,2%). Risultano in calo, invece, gli altri capitoli di spesa: -3,4% le auto usate, -7,2% l'information technology, -10,6% le auto nuove (domanda dei privati) e -12,2% per Tv/Hi-Fi. Approfondiamo il tema con Claudio Bardazzi - Responsabile dell Osservatorio Findomestic. Prometeia alza la stima del Pil 2022 a +3,9%, +0,4% nel 2023 È stato presentato oggi il Rapporto di Previsione di Prometeia dal titolo "Recessione profonda o leggera?". Il dato che è emerge è un rialzo della stima di crescita del Pil italiano per il 2022 a +3,9% rispetto alla stima +3,4% di settembre. Viene migliorata anche la previsione per il 2023 dal +0,1% al +0,4%. Più in alto della media dell'Eurozona. Per quanto riguarda l'inflazione invece Prometeia si rivela ottimista e prevede che "nel corso del 2023 l'inflazione scenda in modo rapido, attestandosi al 5,8% contro l'8,4% del di quest'anno. L'Italia risulta in testa per crescita rispetto agli altri tre maggiori Paesi della zona euro, avendo già recuperato nel terzo trimestre di quest'anno i livelli pre-crisi (+0,3% rispetto al quarto trimestre 2019), mentre la Germania (-2,3%), la Spagna (-4%) e la Francia (-5,6%) appaiono tutte in forte ritardo. Ne parliamo con Stefania Tomasini, Senior Partner e Responsabile Analisi e Previsioni Economiche di Prometeia. Manovra, le ultime novità: dalle pensioni al Pos La Manovra, stando alle ultime novità, dovrebbe confermare l'aumento a 600 euro delle pensioni minime per gli over 75, modifica che verrà introdotta con un emendamento ancora in via di definizione, che conterrà anche la proroga al 31 dicembre 2022 del superbonus al 110%. Restano le sanzioni agli esercenti che non accettano pagamenti elettronici, mentre slitta al 31 marzo 2023 lo stralcio delle cartelle esattoriali fino a mille euro. Riduzione da otto a sette mensilità del Reddito di cittadinanza per gli occupabili, che vale 200 milioni di euro. E taglio del cuneo fiscale del 3% sale per i redditi fino a 25mila euro. Analizziamo le ultime novità insieme a Gianni Trovati del Sole 24 Ore.