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Ask Caleffi
#38 An Industry Insider's Perspective (with Steve Smith from PHCPPROS)

Ask Caleffi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 31:33


What has Steve Steve learned about the plumbing and heating industry since 1990?  What happens at the MCE Mostra Convengo trade show in Italy? What part of the Caleffi factory reminded Steve of Raiders of the Lost Ark? How do you, "automate for the best?"  What was Steve's favorite meal? Why has nobody interviewed this guy before?  In this episode, Dan and Greg sit with Steve Smith to hear more about his recent trip to Italy to visit the Caleffi factory and visit Mostra.  He details some of the most memorable sections of the tour, on the topics of manufacturing, company culture, and even coffee culture.  Find out how manufacturers and contractors can learn from each other and find the right information at the right time.  Want to hear YOUR QUESTION on Ask Caleffi, take this quick 4-question survey for your chance to hear your question in a future episode.Survey:https://forms.gle/fRfnU8Px3B1Lq7K69

Kennel Talk
Episode 125: I'm Good On Black Girls

Kennel Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 125:09


Welcome to another episode of Kennel Talk Podcast. Today we dive into the why a black man ONLY dates white and hispanic women. Definitely one for the books. Enjoy and don't forget to Share and Subscribe. Todays Guest: Louis (@theeeweirdooo) Rag (@ra_gemineye) DJ Kidd G (@kiddg_) Steve (@Steve_premier) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kennel-talk/support

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer
PDX Real Estate 145: How to Adapt to a Real Estate Market Correction—with Justin Harnish

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 70:48


The real estate market was nothing but hot in 2021. We saw a staggering number of transactions, and most homes were on the market for less than a week. And now the market is correcting. Real estate has a longer shelf life and there are fewer buyers. But what if this shift in the market isn't necessarily a bad thing? What can we do as brokers to adapt to the circumstances and be successful for the long term? Justin Harnish is the Broker-Owner of Harnish Properties, and industry leader in the sales and marketing of luxury homes in and around Lake Oswego. On this episode of the Portland Real Estate Podcast, Justin joins cohosts Joe Fustolo and Steve Nassar to discuss how the real estate market has changed in recent months, describing how demand has stepped back while supply remains the same. They explain how the interest rate hike works in favor of cash buyers, why off market sales are a good play right now, and what a market correction means for buyers, sellers and agents. Listen in for insight on keeping sellers happy right now and learn how you can adapt and be successful in the current market environment! Key Takeaways How demand has stepped back in recent months while supply hasn't changed Why the level of urgency is lower in the luxury market How the interest rate hike works in favor of cash buyers The challenge of finding comps in a market that is changing so quickly Justin's take on how the market will play out for the rest of 2022 Why a market correction is not a bad thing and how it will ‘thin the herd' in our profession The return of seasonality in the real estate markets Why off market sales are a good play right now How agents can adapt to be successful in the current real estate market Why conversations around price reductions are back How to keep sellers happy right now How sellers know what's going on in the market and why that benefits us Why real estate is still the safest long-term investment there is Why a new judge was assigned to the Lake Oswego case Connect with Justin Harnish Properties Justin on LinkedIn Connect with Joe Soldera Properties Joe on LinkedIn Connect with Steve Steve's Team at Premiere Property Group Steve on LinkedIn Resources Masters in Real Estate Facebook Group Justin on The Portland Real Estate Podcast EP037 Justin on The Portland Real Estate Podcast EP114 Think Big, Act Small: How America's Best Performing Companies Keep the Startup Spirit Alive by Jason Jennings ‘Judge Ann Lininger Disqualified from Long-Running Case Over Access to Waters of Lake Oswego' in Williamette Week

Let's Talk Jets Radio Show
Let's Talk Jets Radio Fan Series:Episode #10 Caller Steve! Steve Trani

Let's Talk Jets Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 84:51


One of our long time callers Steve Trani shares many of his Jets stories

Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve gives Rocco's son a pep talk

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 4:29


Rocco's son joined the show: Steve gives Bruno a big pep talk before his soccer tryout. 

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Joy to know 就去學
創始人時間——3個商務談判的實戰分享

Joy to know 就去學

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 53:36


各位就要播的聽眾朋友們大家好!又到了每個月初的創始人分享時間,很高興今天 Steve 要來跟我們聊聊一些小故事。在過去 Steve 擁有 20 年以上的企業經營管理經驗,並擔任過上市公司高階主管,以及 15 年以上的國際行銷與業務開發管理專長,並且領導數次公司成長的策略轉型。 Steve 曾在一年間從無到有建立新台幣三億業績事業單位;曾領導企業於十年內達到三倍成長,營業額由新台幣六億成長至二十億;更曾逆勢挽回客戶,並成長至年營業額新台幣八十億。有著這些經歷的 Steve 在商務談判上也是擁有許多的實戰經驗,今天就特別幸運的可以聽他來跟我們聊聊在過去,他如何運用談判技巧,來讓事業擴展的呢? 讓我們立即收聽這一集的就要播,聽聽 Steve 的分享吧! 每週五【Joy要播】定期更新!請記得訂閱我們,才不會錯過精彩的節目哦!

Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve can't get into work

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 1:09


That moment when… Steve can't seem to figure out how to get into the gate at work and we catch it all on video. Thanks Bea Arthur.

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Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve can't get into work

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 9:15


That moment when… Steve can't seem to figure out how to get into the gate at work and we catch it all on video. Thanks Bea Arthur.

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Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve can't get into work

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 9:15


That moment when… Steve can't seem to figure out how to get into the gate at work and we catch it all on video. Thanks Bea Arthur.

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Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve totally misjudged Cher

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 5:28


Cher had remarks about Kate Bush's resurgent hit "Running Up That Hill", and Steve made a judgment about Cher before reading the article. He was way wrong. So he called himself out.

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer
PDX Real Estate 144: The Latest Real Estate Market Action Data with Kurt von Wasmuth

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 64:49


We've just seen the most significant interest rate hike since 1994. There's scary inflation news and an economy in flux.Has all of this caused a slowing down in the real estate market? Kurt von Wasmuth, President/CEO of the Oregon RMLS, is back on the show to share the latest market action data. On this episode of the Portland Real Estate Podcast, Kurt joins cohosts Joe Fustolo and Steve Nassar to share the active listings data and the forecast for new construction for the rest of 2022. Kurt shares what the post-COVID data shows about review deadlines and what buyers want and will pay the highest dollar for in homes now. We discuss two surprising data trends in the commercial market and how the great resignation is affecting the numbers in the real estate population. Listen in for a look at the value of the RMLS for subscribers in a tight real estate market and how Kurt's team is working to bring new features onboard. Plus, two exciting RMLS offerings coming soon. Key Takeaways Why median is a more reliable market indicator than average when it comes to housing prices  Why it's still a hot market even with the trend of only one month's worth of inventory What the new construction data says about the change in momentum in the market The indicator that new construction is going to be strong throughout the rest of 2022 Why the review deadlines trend is cooling now that demand is cratering Why buyers are going all-in for larger yards and more square footage The post-Covid trend toward buying in the commercial space How the great resignation drove the MLS subscriber number to an all-time high What will happen to a broker's bottom line when the number of listings per subscriber resets How artificial intelligence is helping to find errors in the RMLS How the value of an RMLS subscription increases in a tight real estate market Connect with Kurt Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) Kurt von Wasmuth on LinkedIn Connect with Joe Soldera Properties Joe on LinkedIn Connect with Steve Steve's Team at Premiere Property Group Steve on LinkedIn Resources PDX Real Estate 122: A Conversation With RMLS CEO Kurt Von Wasmuth

咸柠七
vol.100 | 井户端 x Steve说:重返生活的毛细血管

咸柠七

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 74:06


【导语】本期节目与同在上海的两位主播串台,聊点和现实紧密相关的话题:例外状态的触动。这是一场漫长谈话的下集,上集和中集分别于同一天在井户端会议、Steve说两档播客播出,欢迎收听,有连续剧效果。在这部分里,我们的视线从内在转向外部,看看封控的“例外状态”对人际关系产生了哪些影响?这种人与人之间的关系又是怎么凝结为毛细血管层面的城市文化的?今年的春天已经悄然而逝,太多的愤怒、不解、委屈、郁闷也付诸无声,我们还能做的就是记录下所见所闻、所思所想,提醒自己不要那么容易忘记。如果遥远的未来,有人问起当年的上海,就让这些记录做个见证吧。最后,我向两位坚持更新了9年和7年的主播讨教了经验,问他们如何看待创作者经济的未来。江山代有才人出,各领风骚两三年,时代前路迷雾重重,但对意义感的追求则愈演愈烈。这是咸柠七第100期节目(不算若干番外篇的话),一个小目标的实现唤起了一份更宏远的渴望,希望能与各位相伴至1000期,我会继续努力。更多优质评论会让节目更容易被推荐、被更多有缘的朋友听到,欢迎大家在评论区写下你在疫情期间的例外感受,我将在一周后给点赞最多的三位听友送上一本我翻译的治愈小书。【嘉宾】梵一如媒体人,东亚观察局、井户端会议主播Steve心理咨询师,Steve说主播【你可能会听到】0:02:31封控让人重新认识到公共空间的价值0:04:44邻里互助的小温馨&小尴尬0:06:48一则观察:小角色为何猛刷存在感0:11:15东亚都会城市人和人的距离感带来了什么0:16:09陌生人间的信任是怎么建立的0:26:12士绅化(Gentrification)下的网红上海0:31:16审视现代生活中的封装和便利0:35:51回到生活的毛细血管中吧!0:43:04具体的情境更容易被理解和传播0:45:43解构现实,发现荒谬的破绽0:48:41经济低迷,押宝意义感产业0:51:53大城市的创意人才依然集聚0:53:51离开上海,逃兵感拉满0:56:18四年大学封三年的“新三届”1:01:07江山代有才人出,各领风骚两三年1:06:21浅论简中播客的未来【BGM】陈百强 - 一生何求

新•井户端会议
【井户端 x Steve说 x 咸柠七】:沪圈播客三位“顶流”男主播的告白大会

新•井户端会议

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 76:22


本期节目是【井户端 x Steve说 x 咸柠七】三档播客节目的联名串台节目,欢迎在收听完《井户端会议》部分的听友,移步至《Steve说》和《咸柠七》,收听其余两部分的节目。 【聊天的人】 梵一如 《井户端会议》主播(播龄9年) Steve史秀雄 《Steve说》主播(播龄7年) 曹柠 《咸柠七》主播(播龄2年) 【OP】 邹晟栋(童声) RayHan(音乐)

Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve and Grant try to convince Donna to stick with Stranger Things!

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022


Donna is through episode 2 of Stranger things season 4, and she is having doubts about where the show is going. Steve puts her on the right path to really enjoy this great show!

Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve finished Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 1 and has thoughts (no spoilers)

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 7:10


Steve thought the season started a bit aggressive, but loved how the story developed - maybe even the best yet!

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer

On May 11, a federal judge permanently blocked Oregon's ban on ‘love letters,' calling it a violation of homebuyers' First Amendment rights. And most REALTORS are glad that the ‘love letter' is still an option. But what does this mean in practice? How do brokers plan to leverage ‘love letters' moving forward? And what can real estate professionals do to promote fair housing and help prevent the discrimination the ban was supposed to address? On this episode of the Portland Real Estate Podcast, cohosts Joe Fustolo and Steve Nassar dig into the top posts in the Masters in Real Estate Facebook group over the last couple of months, beginning with the ruling on the ‘love letter' ban and how these personal messages can be used appropriately. Joe and Steve share their take on the controversy over CC-ing another agent's transaction coordinator and what's behind the trend to ask about pending listings prices. Listen in for insight around the ongoing fight for public access to Oswego Lake and learn what to expect from the current market correction—and what steps you can take to be inflation-proof. Key Takeaways How Oregon's ‘love letter' ban was permanently blocked What made the ‘love letter' ban an overreach and why it wouldn't prevent discrimination How brokers might approach ‘love letter's' moving forward The controversy over being asked to CC another agent's transaction coordinator on emails How to ensure that your TC and everyone on your team is included in email communication What's behind the trend to ask about pending listings prices When you should and shouldn't reveal the price a seller accepted How to offer guidance for comps without giving away the price of a pending listing The ongoing fight for public access to Oswego Lake What public access to Oswego Lake would mean for homeowners The market correction we're experiencing now and what kind of inventory increase we can expect What steps you can take as a REALTOR to be inflation-proof Connect with Joe Soldera Properties Joe on LinkedIn Connect with Steve Steve's Team at Premiere Property Group Steve on LinkedIn Resources Masters in Real Estate Facebook Group Oregon's ‘Love Letter' Ban Total Real Estate's Challenge of the ‘Love Letter' Ban ‘Judge Permanently Blocks Ban on Homebuyer Love Letters' in The Seattle Times Heather Robbins, Brittany Gibbs and Kim Gellatly on PDX Real Estate EP142 ‘Judge Paves Way for Greater Public Access to Oswego Lake' on OPB

The Jake Dunlap Show
If Someone Else Can Do It, So Can I with the Founder of Podcast Magazine, Steve Olsher

The Jake Dunlap Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 46:13


This week's guest has made a living Reinventing and Dismantling The Status Quo, from finding “The Funky Pickle,” at 19, to running Podcast Magazine, there isn't much this week's guest hasn't done. He is a serial entrepreneur who has launched several multi-million dollar companies, an accomplished real estate investor, and a coach who has helped countless people discover their WHAT. Here are just a few of his achievements: He is the Founder & Editor in chief of Podcast Magazine, original Chairman/Founder of Liquor.com, New York Times Bestselling Author, Real Estate Developer, Host of the Reinvention Radio Podcast, and to top it all off, has appeared on CNN, The Huffington Post as well as the cover of Foundr Magazine. The Maestro of the Microphone and America's Reinvention Expert, Steve Olsher is this week's guest on “The Jake Dunlap Show.” Steve was born in Chicago, and as a child always loved radio. As he grew up, he found a love for DJing, and opening his first non-alcoholic nightclub, “The Funky Pickle!” at 19. He Speech Communications when he attended Southern Illinois University.  The next 9 years he built a catalog and online business, “Liquor by Wire.” Steve is the author of “Keeper of the Keys,” “Internet Prophets: The World's Leading Experts Reveal How to Profit Online,” as well as, “What is your WHAT? Discover The ONE Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do.” He is the host of the Reinvention Radio podcast, and has previous guests including:Simon SinekMichael GerberMichael PortArielle FordLewis HowesJordan Harbinger and Pat FlynnHe is a TEDx Keynote speaker, the Founder/CEO of Latatud, is the Founder of Podcast Magazine, and now is getting into the funeral business with his wife. Please enjoy this week's episode with Steve Olsher.Fun facts about Steve:Steve has 3 sons and his wifeHe is a Jiu-Jitsu Brown BeltHe is a motorcycle turned Jeep Lover Steve's Social Links:  Instagram: instagram.com/steveolsher  Twitter: twitter.com/steveolsher Links:1. Free copy of Steve's New York Times bestseller, What Is Your WHAT? Discover The ONE Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do – http://www.WhatIsYourWhat.com/2. Free copy of Steve's Business Technology Book of the Year, Internet Prophets: The World's Leading Experts Reveal How to Profit Online – http://www.InternetProphets.com/free3. Steve's main site – http://www.SteveOlsher.com4. The Reinvention Workshop – http://www.TheReinventionWorkshop.com5. Podcast Magazine https://PodcastMagazine.com/free Jake Dunlap:Personal Site - http://jakedunlap.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jakedunlap/Twitter - https://twitter.com/JakeTDunlapInstagram - http://instagram.com/jake_dunlap _Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/JakeTDunlap/ Skaled:Website - https://skaled.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/skaled

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer
PDX Real Estate 142: Panel Discussion - The Effect of Rising Interest Rates on Buyers and Sellers in Today's Real Estate Market

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 71:35


According to CNBC, today, buyers are paying 37% more for their payments on the same house because of a combination of higher interest rates and higher housing prices over last year. Diana Olick, CNBC Real Estate Correspondent says although closings and pendings have not changed, lockbox activity is down by 19% nationally for the month, an indicator that things are changing. With inflation the highest it's been since 1981, we're seeing interest rates back up to where they were in 2009. So how are these higher rates affecting the real estate market? Brittany Gibbs is the Principal Broker at Move Real Estate with 25 people at her Brokerage and 15 team members. She's been in the real estate industry for eight years and is the mother of two little boys ages four and five.   Heather Robbins has been selling real estate for approximately 20 years. She owns Robbins Realty Group, a small boutique brokerage in her hometown of West Linn with her mother, who has been her partner and mentor in the business from the beginning. Kim Gellatly got her real estate license right out of college. She's been selling real estate for 18 years and is the Principal Real Estate Broker at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices with three buyer specialists on her team and much support as a mom and business owner. On this episode of the Portland Real Estate Podcast, Brittany, Heather, and Kim join hosts Joe Fustolo and Steve Nassar to share their personal experiences with buyer and seller reactions to the rising interest rates. Listen in for insight into how each member of our panel is going the extra mile to serve their clients through creative strategies to help them realize their dreams of homeownership while managing expectations on both sides. Key Takeaways How the higher interest rates are making it harder for buyers with more competition and less inventory How to help first time and lower price point buyers through creative financing options How to manage expectations for buyers who are seeing a decline in offers How the increase in interest rates has increased communication between industry partners How each member of our panel is meeting the challenge of the new market head on Why our panel members are optimistic about the real estate market for the rest of 2022 and beyond Connect with Brittany Gibbs Brittany Gibbs on LinkedIn Move Real Estate Connect with Heather Robbins Heather Robbins on LinkedInRobbins Realty Group Connect with Kim Gellatly Kim Gellatly on LinkedIn Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Connect with Joe Soldera Properties Joe on LinkedIn Connect with Steve Steve's Team at Premiere Property Group Steve on LinkedIn Resources Here's How Much the Same Mortgage Costs Now, Compared to Last Year by Mike Winters, on CNBC The Price of a Home Sold in March Set a Record, as Inventory Dwindled and Sales Fell by Diana Olick on CNBC Masters in Real Estate Facebook Group

Not Your Average Jo
#18: He's 76 Year Old and Speaks 20 Languages (ft. Steve Kaufman)

Not Your Average Jo

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 36:20


Ready to feel motivated for the rest of your life? That's what happened to me after this episode. This week, I chat with Steve Kaufman, a 76 year old polyglot who's experiences learning 20 years in the course of his life has given him wisdom that goes much deeper than just language. We chat about how to stay motivated, what he does to learn even without traveling, and the life values that have come out of life-long-learning.For more on Steve:Steve's YouTubeLingqSign up to find out more about my future projects, including language learning:https://jofranco.world/21-day-challengeJournal with me in JoClub:www.joclub.world (use notyouraveragejo at checkout for 50% off your first month)!Watch my YouTube videos! https://www.youtube.com/jofrancoFor more on Instagram:Follow the show's account: https://www.instagram.com/notyouraveragejopod/My account: https://www.instagram.com/jo_francoJournal Prompts: https://www.instagram.com/joclub_/ Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer

A lot is happening in the world right now. The bond market took a dive, interest rates are rising, inflation is prominent, gas prices are up, and there's a war in Europe. All of these things are interconnected, so how are they going to affect the real estate market going forward? Mark Aalto is a lender and economic forecaster who gives great insight into things that are commonly known among lenders, but might be new, helpful information to realtors. On this episode of the Portland Real Estate Podcast, Mark joins cohosts Steve Nassar and Joe Fustolo to discuss the current market and his predictions for the rest of 2022. Mark shares his perspectives on current events in the real estate industry, how the stock and bond markets affect interest rates, and how the industry is accounting for an appraisal gap in the homebuying process. Listen in for insight on why interest rates stayed low throughout the pandemic and have now increased significantly since the start of the year. Key Takeaways Why the stock and bond markets heavily dictate financing rates How financing rates have increased significantly since the beginning of 2022 How rates have fluctuated with the stock market throughout the Covid-19 pandemic Why Mark would rather do purchases than refinancings with his customers Mark's perspective on the current state of the bond market and how it is affecting interest rates Mark's predictions of what rates will look like throughout the rest of 2022 Mark's experience with loan programs and why they are typically underwhelming Why buyers cannot get recast for government loans and need to go directly through the lender The details of a federal judge recently blocking the new Oregon law banning “love letters” from prospective homebuyers and what that means for the future of the buyer/realtor relationship Mark's perspective on the appraisal system and how the industry is accounting for an appraisal gap Connect with Mark Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Facebook Mark on Twitter Mark's Team on Advantage Mortgage Connect with Joe Soldera Properties Joe on LinkedIn Connect with Steve Steve's Team at Premiere Property Group Steve on LinkedIn Resources USA Today: Federal Judge Blocks Oregon Law Banning ‘Love Letters' From Homebuyers Over First Amendment Rights

一个电台
Steve说270期 - 我给坐在自己墓地里的爸爸拍照

一个电台

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 51:53


本期节目是听众来信问答,话题包括:0:31 春节故事:我给坐在自己墓地里的爸爸拍照16:27 倦怠和走神是自我实现的必然部分23:04 善良的人有了恶行应该如何理解?30:16 没有心理问题的人能从心理咨询得到什么?37:53 承担一定的责任为什么有益于心理健康44:58 与父母单独相处和同时相处为什么感觉很不一样?【以下是赞助广告信息,希望可以得到你的支持】向你推荐一个我在专业上相当认可的心理自助工具,可以有效改善焦虑、抑郁、压力和失眠等问题,效果得到数据明确支持。该工具名为《21天正念书写行动营》,价格仅是半次心理咨询的费用,是通过咨询解决情绪问题之外的不错选择,详情:http://t.cn/A62UreHJ 或者搜索关注公众号暂停实验室,回复steve50,即可获得Steve说听众专属优惠购买链接。“Steve说”被评为2019苹果最佳播客,是心理咨询师和心理学科普作者史秀雄(Steve Shi)的个人播客节目。这是一个通过深度交流拓展意识边界,探索个人成长之道,加深对自我和世界理解的谈话类节目。他的微博和公众号是@史秀雄Steve,也欢迎访问节目官网http://steveshuo.com 或者到https://afdian.net/@steveshuo 赞助本节目

Kevin 英文不難
#244. 太太用眼藥水毒殺先生(Part 1)

Kevin 英文不難

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 15:23


警方調查原本判定 Steve 死於心臟病,然而 Steve 的姪子 Nick 強烈懷疑事有蹊蹺。因此,要求驗屍官對 Steve 做解剖和毒理學檢測,結果出來後,驗屍官表示 Steve 血液裡有毒素。事情就從原本心臟病發轉變為謀殺可能。 ---- 免費電子報:從國際新聞學單字和句型 https://www.kevinenglishpodcast.com/podcast-opt-in

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer
PDX Real Estate 140: Justin Stoddart on Differentiating Your Business in the Real Estate Market

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 58:10


Nowadays, there are tons of people in the real estate business. Whether you're an agent for a large company, small company, or own your own real estate business, it's important to stand out from the crowd. The truth is that everybody wants to stand out, but not everybody will put in the effort to do it. Justin Stoddart is a real estate coach, podcast host, author, and speaker. He also serves as Founder and CEO of Portland-based company Think Bigger, where they help real estate professionals build successful businesses. On this episode of the Portland Real Estate Podcast, Justin joins cohosts Joe Fustolo and Steve Nassar to discuss his book The Upstream Model and how real estate professionals can pursue a life of success AND significance. Justin shares various ways agents can provide value to their clients, the importance of delegation, and how agents can differentiate themselves within the market. Listen in to learn Justin's 5 steps for building your business with the Upstream Model. Key Takeaways Justin's background flipping homes and entering the real estate world Benefits of being an independent real estate industry coach Why great leadership is the highest form of sales Current challenges and opportunities in the Portland real estate market and the future of the market How an agent's mindset can be a great differentiator in the market The relationship-based business of real estate and what agents can do to set themselves apart The importance of delegation The benefits of managing your time by prioritizing customers that will bring you most of your revenue The difference between a referral partner and a referral source Why you should run your business as if it is large, regardless of its current size How consistent communication is key to add value to your clients and stand out How to be seen as MORE than just a real estate agent Justin's 5 steps for building the Upstream Model Why it is important to pay attention to who you surround yourself with. Connect with Justin Justin on LinkedIn Justin on Instagram Justin on Youtube Justin's Website Work with Justin Connect with Joe Soldera Properties Joe on LinkedIn Connect with Steve Steve's Team at Premiere Property Group Steve on LinkedIn Resources Podcast: Think Bigger Real Estate Show The Upstream Model by Justin Stoddart The Challenger Sale: Taking Control of the Customer Conversation by Matthew Dixon and Brent Adamson Uncopyable: How to Create an Unfair Advantage Over Your Competition by Steve Miller

Line of Sight
125 - All About Steve (Steve's Top 100)

Line of Sight

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 125:48


No, we're not reviewing the 2009 Sandra Bullock/Bradley Cooper comedy "All About Steve." We're going through our friend Steve's top 100 list. Some surprising picks, some not so surprising picks, but rest assured, they're all Steve. Apologies for my poor audio quality. This was our first recording from the road, I believe, so I didn't have my good mic with me in the hotel room. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lineofsight/message

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer

It's easy to focus on our deficiencies. To wish we had more going for us or blame the market for the fact that our numbers are low. But what if we focused less on what we lack and more on solving the problems in front of us? James Lee got his real estate license in 2010 and was doing well. And then he suffered an injury that left him paralyzed. How did he get back into real estate after the accident? How does he navigate being paraplegic and running The JL Real Estate Group? On this episode of the Portland Real Estate Podcast, James joins cohosts Joe Fustolo and Steve Nassar to share what happened the day of his injury and discuss the health complications he faced in the months that followed. James describes the obstacles he faces on a day-to-day basis, explaining how he relies on technology to do his work as an agent and what he does when a home is not wheelchair accessible. Listen in for insight on why James' client relationships are better now than before the injury and learn what we can do as a real estate community to support people with mobility issues. Key Takeaways How James' experience as a contractor helped him succeed early in his real estate career The injury that paralyzed James 8 years ago and the complications he faced in the months that followed What it was like to return home after 6 months in the hospital and rehab How the real estate community rallied around James after his injury Why James says being in a wheelchair helped his career and what he does when a home is not wheelchair accessible  How James relies on technology to do his work as an agent The biggest obstacles James faces on a day-to-day basis What James is doing to raise money for a nonprofit that serves people with disabilities Why James is an advocate for Homes for Heroes How the typical client reacts to James' situation and why he says his client relationships are better now than before the injury What the real estate community can do to help people with mobility issues Connect with James The James Lee Group The James Lee Group on Facebook Connect with Joe Soldera Properties Joe on LinkedIn Connect with Steve Steve's Team at Premiere Property Group Steve on LinkedIn Resources Homes for Heroes Masters in Real Estate Facebook Group

Business with Purpose
How Your Why Leads to an Impactful Life and Lasting Legacy | EP 285: Steve White, President & Special Council to the CEO of COMCAST

Business with Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 52:55


My guest this week is Steve White, president and special counsel to the CEO of Comcast. He just released his newest book, Uncompromising: How an Unwavering Commitment to Your Why Leads to an Impactful Life and a Lasting Legacy. Steve grew up as the son of a fiercely determined and hard-working single mother. His book explores the defining – often heart-wrenching – moments on his path from the housing projects to president of Comcast West and how he positively made a difference in his life and for those around him. He hopes that his readers will reflect on the book's seven pathways and seek out ways to make a difference for others. 2:53 – Steve 101 He was the perfect candidate to be a victim, to not be a contributor to society. He lived in housing projects with his single mother and three brothers. His mom was determined that her sons would have a better life than she did. 8:14 – Learning from his mother Our job is to find out why we were placed on this earth. His mother's job was to raise four boys to help change the world. 17:31 – Serving others Steve discovered if he was going to have any kind of success, he had to serve others. He learned why he was placed on earth through adversity 22:28 – Paying it forward Steve's story shows that the American dream is real, and he wants to pay it forward. Ask yourself: Why were you placed on this earth? 31:33 – How faith has guided Steve Steve gave himself to the Lord in a small Indianapolis Baptist church. He has waivered in his faith over the years, but he knows the success he has had in life has come from the Lord. 37:33 – Finding your purpose The key is to find moments when you can be quiet, by yourself, and reflect on the question of finding your purpose. What are you good at? What would you do for free because you love it so much? 42:05 – Uncompromising book When you find your purpose, that is what you're uncompromising. There will be naysayers. You just stay focused on your purpose. Have a life of impact. Challenge yourself to identify your fight and stay focused on it. 45:44 – Get to know you Favorite movie? Godfather I and II Book he's reading? Bible and daily devotional FEATURED QUOTES You die twice. You die the day that they put you in the grave. The second time and the final time is the last time someone mentions your name. My vision, and everyone's vision, should be, long after we're gone people are still mentioning our name, because that is a life of legacy. That is a life well lived. I was the perfect candidate to be a victim, to not be a contributor to society. Why were you placed on this earth? CONNECT: https://www.stevewhitespeaks.com/book/ https://www.stevewhitespeaks.com/ Thank you to our partner of the show! Are you looking to clean up your household cleaning products this year? MamaSuds would like to help! The best way is to simply start with one product. Every time you run out of a specific cleaning product, replace it with a non-toxic one. Another tip, purchase a product that has multiple uses. The MamaSuds Collection has many multiple use products (castile soap or the toilet bombs are just a few!). Their blog has lots of great tips and a castile soap recipe that you can print and make a lot of your own effective cleaners! Give them a try at www.mamasuds.com and don't forget to use the coupon code MOLLY for 15% off your order!

I Suck At Jiu Jitsu Show
#114 Steve McKinney: Train Forever, Live Forever | Secrets of a 62 Year Old Black Belt

I Suck At Jiu Jitsu Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 91:44


Steve McKinney has discovered the BJJ fountain of youth and he wants to tell you about it! Join The Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/isuckatbjj Receive a FREE copy of Simplifying Jiu-Jitsu: https://www.simplifyingjiujitsu.com/opt-in Follow the show on instagram: @isuckatjiujitsushow Follow Josh on Instagram: @thejoshmckinney Info On Train Until 60 and Beyond: https://www.simplifyingjiujitsu.com/quack 40% OFF Of Train Until 60(and beyond): https://www.simplifyingjiujitsu.com/offers/C4BfktWp?coupon_code=OLDMAN Schedule a Private with Steve - Steve@fitnessandmore.net

The Steve and Kyle Podcast
The Steve and Kyle Podcast, 1/25/22

The Steve and Kyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 75:52


Topics discussed on this week's episode include: Could Bill Allen have predicted Lori Laughlin's downfall? We need to get Sally on the blower ASAP Viewer Mail Time Kyle has a bone to pick with the side gig once again The unthinkable has happened to Steve Steve's One-Minute Movie Review: Iron Man 2 (2010) And more! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Please review the show wherever you download podcasts! Call or text your questions, comments or concerns at 424-30-SKPOD (424-307-5763). Wanna send something? The Steve and Kyle Podcast P.O. Box 371 Hudsonville, MI 49426 Opening music: ”Malt Shop Bop" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Closing music: "Pulse" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ TAGS: funny, friends, family, kids, comedy, talk radio, talk, radio, pop culture, music, food, garage, sports, relationships, viral videos, social media, politics, political, fbhw, free beer and hot wings

The Portland Real Estate Podcast Hosted by Tucker Merrihew and Steve Nassar - This Podcast is for any Portland area Developer

In January of 2012, as we made our way out of the Great Recession, ethics in real estate was at an all-time low. And Joe Fustolo asked himself, ‘How can I fix this?' He created the Masters in Real Estate Facebook Group to foster professionalism and cooperation among real estate professionals in the Portland tri-county area. Ten years later, Masters is nearly 8,000 members strong, and Joe's commitment to the integrity of the group sets it apart from other real estate related communities on Facebook. On this episode of the Portland Real Estate Podcast, Joe and cohost Steve Nassar celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Masters in Real Estate, discussing what the group looked like in its early days and how the community grew over time. Joe shares the mandatory questions prospective members must answer to be approved, reviewing what's okay to post (and what's not) and explaining why members who break the rules are blocked.  Listen in for insight on asking for vendor recommendations on the platform and find out how staying relatively small and local differentiates Masters from other real estate communities on Facebook. Key Takeaways What inspired Joe to start Masters in Real Estate in January of 2012 Who Joe invited to join the Facebook group early on and how it grew over time The mandatory questions prospective members must answer to be approved and why members who break the rules are blocked from the group Why Joe encourages Masters members to self-moderate When to go to your principal broker with a question rather than the Facebook group What to do if you're unsure whether a post breaks the rules How Joe feels about posts featuring kudos and shout outs How to ask for vendor recommendations on the Masters platform and why you need to be careful about posting negative reviews Why it's important to Joe to keep the Facebook group small and local The benefit of using the Masters group to address safety concerns Connect with Joe Soldera Properties Joe on LinkedIn Connect with Steve Steve's Team at Premiere Property Group Steve on LinkedIn Resources Masters in Real Estate Facebook Group

The Irish Tech News Podcast
Every single customer is unique Steve Joyner Avaya VP UK & Ireland

The Irish Tech News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 30:36


Since the pandemic started nearly two years ago, remote working has become part of our everyday lives, but everyone does it differently. Avaya knows no two businesses remote work the same, and offers cloud communications and workstream collaboration solutions to help with this. Ronan talks to Steve Joyner Avaya VP UK & Ireland about this and more. Steve talks about this his background, what Avaya does, remote working through the pandemic, why the focus on the employee experience drives the customer experience and the positive business outcomes, and why businesses must move from a product-oriented approach to an agile, customer-centric focus that is able to compete in today's experience economy. More about Steve: Steve began at Avaya following the acquisition of Nortel in 2009 and has held multiple engineering, sales and channel roles in the UK and the Middle East over his successful, 30-year career. Prior to his current role Steve was the company's European channel lead. In this role, he led a team of regional channel managers to drive significant growth through an extensive, diversified network of business partners and resellers across Europe. He played a critical role in improving the company's various channel programs globally and expanding its channel business.

The Master Marketer Show
Ep. 20 Steve Watt - Real Business Outcomes from Social Selling

The Master Marketer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 84:30


Is there a single CEO or sales leader out there who wouldn't want to see their sellers hit 160% of quota? Well that's exactly what SAP, a client of Seismic's was able to achieve by going all in on social selling. Steve is the Director of Marketing for Seismic, which is why we are talking about this amazing case study. Amongst other things, Steve lives and breathes social selling and personal branding himself and specifically calls it buyer-centric social selling, which you can learn more about in this episode. What you'll learn in this episode: The mindsets, skillsets and toolsets you will need to build a successful personal brand and be successful at social selling. What metrics you should be looking at as it pertains to personal branding and social selling. How to build credibility by SHOWING to your prospective customers that you have walked many miles in their shoes. What the difference is between personal branding, thought leadership and social selling. Why relevancy is the most important thing in personal branding and social selling, and how to build relevancy. How to build your personal content strategy. Steve's recommendations: Think of LinkedIn as a giant ongoing business conversation. Make sure you aren't just counting the wins, but also the losses. How much better active social sellers perform compared to their non-active counterparts Social Selling isn't about fixing broken companies, it's a way to help already successful ones get even better. The qualitative data - the individual success stories are often the most direct way to measure success and evaluate performance... and it helps to incentivize and encourage others to get on board. The labels don't necessarily matter. What matters is the opportunity and the mindsets, skillsets and toolsets. The best sellers have been marketers and the best marketers have been sellers at some point in their careers. Also the best sellers have been buyers. You'll need to listen to the full episode if you want to hear the Lightning Round, but here are a few highlights: Steve is looking forward to testing out more personalized video in social selling. Steve can't stand all the cliche prospecting messages that we have all likely grown to hate over the past several years (e.g. “how are you doing in these unprecedented times?”). Many more examples mentioned in the episode if you need a good laugh. Proofpoint's POV:We at Proofpoint are all in on personal branding and social selling. The majority of our business has been built via those efforts, and we are now building out training courses for our clients and the community at large.  Marketing is changing. Corporate brands are being built on the backs of employee personal brands, and we are really starting to see the emergence of the “employee influencer”. Interestingly, SaaS companies are the ones leading the charge here, with organizations like Gong, Dooly, Alyce and of course Seismic taking it to the next level. What's interesting is these organizations are selling products. Yet when we look at service companies, whose entire business model is built on personal relationships, and most of them are still following the old playbooks. The only caveat is marketing agencies

The Master Marketer Show
Ep. 20 Steve Watt - Real Business Outcomes from Social Selling

The Master Marketer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 84:30


Is there a single CEO or sales leader out there who wouldn't want to see their sellers hit 160% of quota? Well that's exactly what SAP, a client of Seismic's was able to achieve by going all in on social selling. Steve is the Director of Marketing for Seismic, which is why we are talking about this amazing case study. Amongst other things, Steve lives and breathes social selling and personal branding himself and specifically calls it buyer-centric social selling, which you can learn more about in this episode. What you'll learn in this episode: The mindsets, skillsets and toolsets you will need to build a successful personal brand and be successful at social selling. What metrics you should be looking at as it pertains to personal branding and social selling. How to build credibility by SHOWING to your prospective customers that you have walked many miles in their shoes. What the difference is between personal branding, thought leadership and social selling. Why relevancy is the most important thing in personal branding and social selling, and how to build relevancy. How to build your personal content strategy. Steve's recommendations: Think of LinkedIn as a giant ongoing business conversation. Make sure you aren't just counting the wins, but also the losses. How much better active social sellers perform compared to their non-active counterparts Social Selling isn't about fixing broken companies, it's a way to help already successful ones get even better. The qualitative data - the individual success stories are often the most direct way to measure success and evaluate performance... and it helps to incentivize and encourage others to get on board. The labels don't necessarily matter. What matters is the opportunity and the mindsets, skillsets and toolsets. The best sellers have been marketers and the best marketers have been sellers at some point in their careers. Also the best sellers have been buyers. You'll need to listen to the full episode if you want to hear the Lightning Round, but here are a few highlights: Steve is looking forward to testing out more personalized video in social selling. Steve can't stand all the cliche prospecting messages that we have all likely grown to hate over the past several years (e.g. “how are you doing in these unprecedented times?”). Many more examples mentioned in the episode if you need a good laugh. Proofpoint's POV:We at Proofpoint are all in on personal branding and social selling. The majority of our business has been built via those efforts, and we are now building out training courses for our clients and the community at large.  Marketing is changing. Corporate brands are being built on the backs of employee personal brands, and we are really starting to see the emergence of the “employee influencer”. Interestingly, SaaS companies are the ones leading the charge here, with organizations like Gong, Dooly, Alyce and of course Seismic taking it to the next level. What's interesting is these organizations are selling products. Yet when we look at service companies, whose entire business model is built on personal relationships, and most of them are still following the old playbooks. The only caveat is marketing agencies

Steve说
Steve说年末特别更新 - 这一次信号来自听众

Steve说

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 39:51


本期节目是2020年12月19日Steve说5周年听友节结束后,一群参加了活动的听友自发组织的听众回声活动。他们在2021年12月19日6周年的时候给了我一个惊喜,我也想把内容分享给每一位Steve说的听众。你可以在节目里听到大家对听友节和对Steve说的各种感想经历的分享,也许有的语言也恰好可以代表你想说的。感谢听友@言二三的制作。本周Steve说会双更,明天还有一期放出来,敬请期待。“Steve说”被评为2019苹果最佳播客,是心理咨询师和心理学科普作者史秀雄(Steve Shi)的个人播客节目。这是一个通过深度交流拓展意识边界,探索个人成长之道,加深对自我和世界理解的谈话类节目。他的微博和公众号是@史秀雄Steve,也欢迎访问节目官网http://steveshuo.com 或者到https://afdian.net/@steveshuo 赞助本节目

Steve说
Steve说年末特别更新 - 这一次信号来自听众

Steve说

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 39:51


本期节目是2020年12月19日Steve说5周年听友节结束后,一群参加了活动的听友自发组织的听众回声活动。他们在2021年12月19日6周年的时候给了我一个惊喜,我也想把内容分享给每一位Steve说的听众。你可以在节目里听到大家对听友节和对Steve说的各种感想经历的分享,也许有的语言也恰好可以代表你想说的。感谢听友@言二三的制作。本周Steve说会双更,明天还有一期放出来,敬请期待。“Steve说”被评为2019苹果最佳播客,是心理咨询师和心理学科普作者史秀雄(Steve Shi)的个人播客节目。这是一个通过深度交流拓展意识边界,探索个人成长之道,加深对自我和世界理解的谈话类节目。他的微博和公众号是@史秀雄Steve,也欢迎访问节目官网http://steveshuo.com 或者到https://afdian.net/@steveshuo 赞助本节目

Live Your Spa Life
#230: The Real Life Wizard of Oz - with Steve Sims!

Live Your Spa Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 37:32


The Real Life Wizard of Oz - with Steve SimsDo you know anyone that's worked with Sir Elton John or Elon Musk, sent people down to see the wreck of the Titanic on the sea bed or closed museums in Florence for a private dinner party and then had Andrea Bocelli serenade them while they eat their pasta?! You do now!Quoted as “The Real Life Wizard of Oz" by Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazine, Steve Sims is the best-selling Author of "BLUEFISHING - The Art of Making Things Happen”, sought-after coach and a speaker at a variety of networks, groups and associations as well as the Pentagon and Harvard – twice! Important Topics • What is the art that allows him to make things happen that other people seems to find elusive• How a combination of curiosity and aggravation enable him to pull up spectacular things• How Michelangelo showed his failure in his art, the David statue• How he started and his journey along the way to where he is now• How passion drives him• What are the things that make him laugh• How he spends so much of his time fulfilling other people's passions and things they want to do• Biggest lessons that he learned being around successful people• How he responds to fear when he approaches successful people• What does “No is not an answer” mean?• How the chug test works• Why does he send written notes to his client • What his favorite room is and why• How he is a “Force For Good” in the worldQuotes“People don't take credit for the number of failures they got and how good that education was.”“The biggest lesson I learned is that there are people that are repelled by success and people that are attracted because of it."“Successful people are probably the most open-minded of us all and want to engage in conversations to see a different viewpoint and a different perspective.”“I had a fear and I think all of us have fears but it's how we respond to those fears that is the important thing.”Connect with Steve:Steve's Website: http://stevedsims.comSteve's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stevedsims/Steve's Twitter: https://twitter.com/stevedsimsSteve's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stevedsimsSteve's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sdsimsSteve's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/stevedsimsOther links and resources:Free Gift from Diane (5 Moves to RESET Your Power) - https://ResetYourPowerGift.comFree Gift from Diane (Life RESET Quiz) - https://LifeResetQuiz.comBANKCODE - https://MyBankCode.com/VictoryDiane Halfman's website - http://www.DianeHalfman.comWant to know more about yourself?Some people ask me how to RESET their life.Some people ask me how to be more sensual.Others are wondering how to make more money.How to be more successful.How to start a business.All of these questions and more are what I answer in my programs!Come see me at http://www.DianeHalfman.com

Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve's big TV announcement

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 8:47


Steve shared an update on his return to TV!

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Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve binged this Netflix series in a weekend!

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 13:24


Steve binged this Netflix series in a weekend and he thinks Dawn will like it. (Filling in for Donna) It stars Kevin Hart and Wesley Snipes in serious roles. It's called True Story.

In a World of...Improvised Movie Homages
Engineering Titanium Destiny (In the Style of a "Robot Friend" Movie like Short Circuit and The Iron Giant)

In a World of...Improvised Movie Homages

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 80:31


In this episode, we pay homage to “friendly robot” movies, like Short Circuit and the Iron Giant. You know the ones, where a robot (usually military) escapes and finds its way to some nice humans who it befriends? But of course, the military people always want to get the robot back at any cost... Links Short Circuit on Wikipedia: The Iron Giant on Wikipedia: Time Codes Segment 1 - Discussion the Genre Tropes: 03:25 Segment 2 - Creating the Movie Outline: 09:42 Segment 3 - Picking the Improv Comedy Games: 18:46 Start of show: 25:48 Improv Game - A to Z: 25:57 Improv Game - Pardon: 32:56 Improv Game -  What Happens Next: 42:20 Improv Game - Gibberish Switch: 52:03 Improv Game - Cutting Room: 1:01:04 End of show, into announcements: 1:19:57 More Information About the Show, Mike, and Avish Subscribe to the podcast: http://AvishAndMike.com/Subscribe/ Our Website: www.AvishAndMike.com Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/143183833647812 Avish's site: www.AvishParashar.com  Mike's site: www.MikeWorthMusic.com/   Transcription of the “Discussing the Genre Tropes” Segment (Unedited and Un-Cleaned up) Avish Parashar: segment one discussing the genre tropes right all right now Mike and I are going to spend five minutes discussing the tropes commonalities and cliches of this type of movie so i'll start our timer now. Avish Parashar: All right, mikey let's talk robot friend short circuit iron giant yeah. Avish Parashar: What do you think of when you think of these movies. Michael Worth: Well, first of all, I definitely say the tone is going to be family friendly right we'd like Well, this is not one of these, this is not like superhero hard was that one break bread burn or whatever, where it's like. Michael Worth: Oh yeah Superman was a sociopath so it's gonna be family, friends. Avish Parashar: I mean the. Avish Parashar: The genre is usually family friendly where our improvisation mego could be a whole other thing but, in general, these stories. Michael Worth: yeah family friendly reserve the right to go dark. Michael Worth: yeah i'm usually the robot oh boy there's two ways to go if you do the iron giant the robot is basically iron john is basically et. Michael Worth: So do you want to go that route, or do you want to go experiment that grew beyond the control of the creators. Avish Parashar: You know, like, I mean when I think this sort of movie I usually think of some kind of military robot that developed a conscience or escaped and accidentally got lost the programming got screwed up, so I forgot the iron giant was an alien or was actually a military or a. Michael Worth: was an alien invasion kind of tied in with the war of the worlds thing you know yeah i'm thinking more like military experiment or science experiment that kind of grows beyond is creators it's kind of like a there's a Frankenstein component to it right yeah. Avish Parashar: Nice Frankenstein like. Avish Parashar: The monster like. Michael Worth: Right well Mary shelley's Frankenstein originally was highly intelligent That was the whole. Avish Parashar: Oh yeah yeah you like talking it's conversational very philosophical at times it's very weird. Michael Worth: yeah yeah so so that that's a good way to start it, which is like it starts yeah because usually it's a comment on like the military industrial complex in the research thing. Avish Parashar: So, and then yeah. Avish Parashar: So okay yeah so the robot either escapes or gets left behind, as abandoned and then is found by. Michael Worth: Do this call it's a kid I always found a kid. Avish Parashar: Well, you know, a kid or Steve Gutenberg. Michael Worth: Is there is there a difference. Avish Parashar: Okay, it or it's like someone innocent like a child or someone who's like very kind of like positive optimistic. Avish Parashar: You know, maybe a little naive. Michael Worth: Well, and that's the central trope which is they see beyond the exterior because the whole point is that the machine is usually very unsettling to look at or or you know kind of frightening it and then this person is kind of like sees it to me that was it le shady who found him. Avish Parashar: yeah I was actually shooting and Steve Steve guttenberg like was the scientists right like actually like Steve like took the robot because he didn't want it weaponized or something. Avish Parashar: Oh that's a, this is a fantasy they do Steve guttenberg is a scientist. Avish Parashar: And there is like that yeah sometimes it's like the scientists are there's like a good person inside who like helps the robot escape and sometimes it just kind of gets. Michael Worth: lost yeah so so let's drill down somebody starts using core characters there's gonna be some side of sympathetic scientist because, even if its military or some sort of military create a program or a scientist is. Avish Parashar: You as sympathetic scientist right. Avish Parashar: there's obviously some kind of. Avish Parashar: Seville there's almost always like a military overlord like. Michael Worth: That guy yeah the villains good basically the military person either either who's in charge of the project or has been like Colonel Decker and the team assigned to bring him back. Avish Parashar: yeah it's like the person is real yeah. Avish Parashar: The one who really wants to weaponize this thing doesn't care that it's developing a personality. Michael Worth: lots of good point so they don't bring it back, they want to bring back and like convert it back to its evil mode. Michael Worth: yeah so the villain. Michael Worth: wants to convert. Michael Worth: Back to evil mode right yeah we're kind of moving the iron john a little bit, but that's okay well, these are just germination ideas there's definitely a sympathetic scientist, whoever finds the robot becomes his best friend so it's a boy and his dog kind of thing. Michael Worth: yeah and that that that finding person has to be an innocent and is usually. Michael Worth: The robot becomes the protector. Avish Parashar: yeah. Michael Worth: Of the best friend right. Avish Parashar: yeah and then. Avish Parashar: These movies always have two things one is the. Avish Parashar: Learning montage sequence, where the robot is learning the ways of humans yeah. Michael Worth: I like. Michael Worth: Learning montages in. Avish Parashar: And then there's. Michael Worth: Also, the company with a phil collen song. Avish Parashar: is almost always that like sad kind of end of the third act going to the fourth act. Where. Avish Parashar: The robot gets recaptured, or something right like. Michael Worth: Well yeah you're right now, the question is this there's two ways, it could go one is the robot gets recaptured, they have to like break them out right that's kind of an et thing and i'm doing eating, not because. Michael Worth: that's what happens yeah more the robot. Michael Worth: Like somehow people get betrayed by the robot or they like turn their back on the robot they're like oh you, you really are just an inhuman monster and. Avish Parashar: yeah or like they think they're doing a good thing, like no like we got to get your back, and then they realize oh that's when they realize that oh my God no they're gonna like. Avish Parashar: use this for evil, like the humans get bamboozled by the military person, you know they think that person's positive and helpful, but they turn out actually. Avish Parashar: yeah those are like a tearful breakup like. Avish Parashar: What they're really sad. Avish Parashar: Because they betrayed the robot the robot is getting taken away. Avish Parashar: All right, then. Michael Worth: And then act for there's the the. Michael Worth: Well, you could be a lot of ways here the the best friends can kidnap the robot has to break them out the roebuck kidnapped, they can break the robot out, however, one critical things that happens is the robot somehow cleverly uses. Michael Worth: Its original programming and or original technology in a creative way to demonstrate its independence and get out from under the evil military overlord. Avish Parashar: Right and I was that combination of like their original and kind of what they've learned, you know it's like right they learn something watching a TV show, and so, then they use that later on to like yeah kind of. Avish Parashar: yeah beats the new world like yes. Michael Worth: Whenever the learning montage is. Avish Parashar: That gets tied back into the. Michael Worth: tie back into the fourth act yeah yeah yeah. Avish Parashar: Alright, so that's five minutes we got enough tropes you then care, I think so. Michael Worth: I think, so this is a couple of different ways, this is kind of cool. Transcription of the “Creating the Outline” Segment (Unedited and Un-Cleaned up) Avish Parashar: Alright, so segment two: creating the outline next was spent about five minutes, creating a rough high level outline for the movie. Avish Parashar: When we get into actually performing the show it may veer from what original outline is because it's improv and you never know where it's gonna go, but we we roughly state of this and we like to use what. Avish Parashar: We use a four act structure if you're familiar with storytelling you're probably familiar with a three act structure, ours is very similar issues we break act to interact, two and three. Michael Worth: is actually these. Avish Parashar: shorter do anyways yeah and then we act like the reactive we're trying to figure out and act three is the. Avish Parashar: proactive and then I for is the conclusion alright. Michael Worth: Well, where are we taking notes, we taking notes in the show script and outline. Avish Parashar: I know in in that folder the dated folder in the long form improv show there's a prep dogs and game ideas for test run number 11. Michael Worth: Alright, a. Avish Parashar: To run the long form improv. Michael Worth: yep 2021 611. Michael Worth: yeah prepped up for test from 11. Avish Parashar: yeah so we'll take. Michael Worth: It okay hold on suddenly it all set up and then we'll go back in so these we're going to take notes for for our show all right and. Avish Parashar: Alright, so a word start our five minutes timer now. Michael Worth: Great so first one do prologue or trailer what do we think it. Avish Parashar: could go either way. Michael Worth: I don't know tell you what let's let's skip that let's go there, I. Avish Parashar: will decide that later. Avish Parashar: yeah alright so act one. Avish Parashar: During act one, we need to establish. Avish Parashar: The robot. Michael Worth: yep establish the robot and the robot at this point I want to say disappears, but like is misplaced right. Avish Parashar: yeah kind of how he is misplaced disappears. Avish Parashar: robot. Avish Parashar: Whatever happens, so we had a. Michael Worth: friend right. Avish Parashar: yeah we gotta get them the best friend the kind of human protagonist and will also need a we should meet like the main military antagonist here like whoever's in charge of the project. Avish Parashar: Like you, almost always meet that person before you even meet the hero because they're like the one who's like evil and wants to control the robot. Michael Worth: Right, so it Let me read some stuff down to robot is very harmless emotionally but potentially physically dangerous, and that is going to be comedic physical comedy and sue's you know what I mean. Avish Parashar: yeah. Michael Worth: All right, and then we meet the. Michael Worth: meet evil military that guy. Michael Worth: yeah basically the Colonel Decker. Michael Worth: Alright cool and uh at one usually ends with the best friend. Michael Worth: Taking robot home. Michael Worth: yeah and hiding him. Michael Worth: Alright Act two okay. Avish Parashar: So this definitely will have like the learning. Michael Worth: Learning montage. Michael Worth: Both training robots social skills. Michael Worth: and developing friendship. Michael Worth: Okay, a second is. Michael Worth: What could happen here is is, if you want to get a little goonies the best friend could bring small small group of small tribe in or her small tribe in and they all kind of like gang up to help the robot things like that right. Avish Parashar: yeah we could meet some other people, I feel like with this format, maybe like bring in one person, and I feel like anytime you start getting with these shows if you're talking too many characters it gets a little unwieldy but yeah he could kind of introduce. Avish Parashar: The friend. Michael Worth: Oh, if you want to go that way, we could maybe have the friend be like a little bit of a kind of a nerdy like nerdy nerdy make nerds team, and you know kind of like help program the robot help interact with. Avish Parashar: It could be a nerd It could also be a love interest for the main character right. Michael Worth: yeah yeah at this point also is the detective portion of the military overlord so they are figuring out where the robot went. Avish Parashar: Oh yeah Terry researcher kind of. Avish Parashar: detective work. Michael Worth: I don't know if I want to get too big into this, but. Michael Worth: This could be also where you under you the robot could have a doomsday device. Avish Parashar: yeah it's got I feel like some level of danger either the robot has a doom. Avish Parashar: Excuse a device or there's some like external threat that needs to be addressed in the fourth act um, so I think there's some bigger danger we find out about. Michael Worth: yeah I looked at, possibly an external threat. Michael Worth: that's possible or. Avish Parashar: It could be like a self destruct doomsday or yeah it's like a robot you know, like the. Avish Parashar: If there's like in the 80s and, like the Russians are also trying to. Michael Worth: get in. Avish Parashar: Our own robot are getting yeah there's like a third faction. Avish Parashar: that's trying to. Michael Worth: Get the robot this is good, this is getting it looks surprisingly deep in terms of like factions and things like that uh. Avish Parashar: Alright, so. Michael Worth: So then actually an x four, I was just gonna play out. Avish Parashar: I think act three is where i'm. Avish Parashar: I think X three is again the heroes usually more proactive and act three, so I think there. Avish Parashar: Oh, I I think Okay, I think here's a rough outline so there's a third faction and act three the hero, and the robot they're like actively trying to get away from that third faction, and maybe trying to reconnect with the military arm. Avish Parashar: And that's when like the betrayal happens because when they think they're safe oh yeah we got away from the Russians and then they realize oh yeah the military is going to destroy this robot or use it for evil purpose or wipe his memory. Avish Parashar: So then act for becomes like the oh now i'm going to go and rescue my robot friend, so the, no one can use them for these kind of evil purposes. Michael Worth: yeah yeah rescue robot friend yeah like that I know we're starting to drill down a little bit and we're making the story a bit more strict but, like, I actually like having this guideline because we because I was a little worried, as we go five different ways and. Avish Parashar: I think, having a stricter outline and then having the freedom to not stick to it at all, once we get in there. Michael Worth: I mean. Michael Worth: yeah we reserve the right to have everything up with our improv. Avish Parashar: I think we've got the third faction X two X three is more like proactive stopping the third faction are getting away. Avish Parashar: reconnecting with the military arm and it ends with them kind of turning the robot back over to the military. Avish Parashar: And realizing that oh like that was a mistake. Michael Worth: yeah a target of the military to be trade rescue robot friend X force rescue robot friend and then a critical part of X, for his robot has agency, meaning it blends its purpose with what it learned. Avish Parashar: Oh, and this might be more granular. Avish Parashar: But then so i'm gonna have an act for is the. Avish Parashar: The third faction kidnaps, the main character and or his friends and then the robot has to escape from the military to. Avish Parashar: EU and the remote robot realizes like all these are my friends and start to understand the concept of friendship and going like. Avish Parashar: friend yeah exactly. Michael Worth: yeah that could work yeah let's put it down i'll put down possible. Michael Worth: Third faction kidnaps. Avish Parashar: Friends, and we have to see what the robot we see what the robot has learned in the fourth act. Michael Worth: All right, and then and then at the end of the road is agency blends its purpose with what I learned from montage to defeat. Michael Worth: bad guys. Michael Worth: yeah and kind of prove now I like the idea of like prove its need to leave the military. Michael Worth: I like the idea of the military being like I didn't I didn't see that robot leave. Michael Worth: kind of thing right yeah and then you know, then, and then, of course. Avish Parashar: Maybe the main military bad guy like gets taken away and the others are like. Avish Parashar: Oh it's a shame the robot you know blew up. Michael Worth: blow open that fire yeah. Michael Worth: And then the ending is like in bolt where it's like the family, you know happy family sitting in a ranch somewhere in Montana right he's the ruler chillin out and i'm. Avish Parashar: Sorry now. Michael Worth: Now we haven't done intro trailer prologue prologues fitting it for this. Avish Parashar: evening prologue for this one so we'll see kind of what happens to the. Michael Worth: yeah because prologue could could probably do one or two things it could have to introduce the robot getting built or can induce a third faction as a cold lead. Avish Parashar: Okay yeah I think our prologue. Avish Parashar: All right, yeah. Avish Parashar: One of those oh yeah i'm not sure which one. Michael Worth: Was that a bad yeah or a good yeah. Avish Parashar: it's a i'm not sure which one is better like to actually see the robot like being built and talked about. Avish Parashar: Or to see the third probably the robot I would think so that's kind of the main character, but. yeah. Avish Parashar: All right, good so. Avish Parashar: We have our high low outline now. Michael Worth: This is good, we can do something with this.

Steve说
Steve说260期 - 许纪霖 - 在寂寞里独自面对自己

Steve说

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 98:49


本期嘉宾许纪霖是知名历史学者,华东师范大学历史系的博士生导师。他的微博是@许纪霖。本期节目是我和许老师11月10日在微博直播上对话的录音,话题包括:4:50 广告结束,节目开始10:21 无聊的时候会肤浅娱乐,寂寞的时候能独自面对自己23:40 轻飘的生活可以用那些有分量的事物来锚定?35:10 重要的人生选择适合在大山大河面前做出39:19 徒有意志自我的现代人是残缺的45:20 年轻人想要什么直言不讳,老一辈则是遮遮掩掩54:55 每一代人都不应该固化,不要只看自己的故事65:30 为什么大学教职工的子女成绩通常比大学教授子女好?68:20 看似世俗的社会里,神性无所不在87:10 为什么年轻人讨厌工作?因为神性的实现被KPI替代节目中提到的许纪霖老师访谈文章:《身处大时代,却不得不以小时代的方式活着》:https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/209iMHOYHLlp_2skPSQsxg《感到深度的无聊,因为我们总是生活在表层》:https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/cvqvx-DxiaGWTHBAdOZmHQ本期节目由小雨伞保险经纪赞助,小雨伞提供1V1保险咨询服务,通过讨论保险方案来综合地看一看自己的当下和未来,了解保险的意义和价值,这个对话本身是极有价值的,在这里以1分钱的限时福利分享给你,点击链接https://www.xiaoyusan.com/pay/consult?id=1004&consult_id=5107&chn=tf-others-zhitui-rockqianasteve-211123-01#/entry 即可预约,或是关注公众号小雨伞并回复【Steve说】,还可领取一份高发癌症保障。“Steve说”被评为2019苹果最佳播客,是心理咨询师和心理学科普作者史秀雄(Steve Shi)的个人播客节目。这是一个通过深度交流拓展意识边界,探索个人成长之道,加深对自我和世界理解的谈话类节目。他的微博和公众号是@史秀雄Steve,也欢迎访问节目官网http://steveshuo.com 或者到https://afdian.net/@steveshuo 赞助本节目

Steve说
Steve说260期 - 许纪霖 - 在寂寞里独自面对自己

Steve说

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 98:49


本期嘉宾许纪霖是知名历史学者,华东师范大学历史系的博士生导师。他的微博是@许纪霖。本期节目是我和许老师11月10日在微博直播上对话的录音,话题包括:4:50 广告结束,节目开始10:21 无聊的时候会肤浅娱乐,寂寞的时候能独自面对自己23:40 轻飘的生活可以用那些有分量的事物来锚定?35:10 重要的人生选择适合在大山大河面前做出39:19 徒有意志自我的现代人是残缺的45:20 年轻人想要什么直言不讳,老一辈则是遮遮掩掩54:55 每一代人都不应该固化,不要只看自己的故事65:30 为什么大学教职工的子女成绩通常比大学教授子女好?68:20 看似世俗的社会里,神性无所不在87:10 为什么年轻人讨厌工作?因为神性的实现被KPI替代节目中提到的许纪霖老师访谈文章:《身处大时代,却不得不以小时代的方式活着》:https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/209iMHOYHLlp_2skPSQsxg《感到深度的无聊,因为我们总是生活在表层》:https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/cvqvx-DxiaGWTHBAdOZmHQ本期节目由小雨伞保险经纪赞助,小雨伞提供1V1保险咨询服务,通过讨论保险方案来综合地看一看自己的当下和未来,了解保险的意义和价值,这个对话本身是极有价值的,在这里以1分钱的限时福利分享给你,点击链接https://www.xiaoyusan.com/pay/consult?id=1004&consult_id=5107&chn=tf-others-zhitui-rockqianasteve-211123-01#/entry 即可预约,或是关注公众号小雨伞并回复【Steve说】,还可领取一份高发癌症保障。“Steve说”被评为2019苹果最佳播客,是心理咨询师和心理学科普作者史秀雄(Steve Shi)的个人播客节目。这是一个通过深度交流拓展意识边界,探索个人成长之道,加深对自我和世界理解的谈话类节目。他的微博和公众号是@史秀雄Steve,也欢迎访问节目官网http://steveshuo.com 或者到https://afdian.net/@steveshuo 赞助本节目

CHARGE Podcast
Ep: 201 Steve Hoffman

CHARGE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 30:05


Steve Hoffman (Captain Hoff) is the Captain & CEO of Founders Space, one of the world's leading startup accelerators. Founders Space was ranked the #1 incubator for overseas startups by Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazines. Hoffman is also a venture investor, serial entrepreneur, and author of several award-winning books. These include “Make Elephants Fly” (published by Hachette), “Surviving a Startup” (published by HarperCollins), and “The Five Forces” (published by BenBella). Hoffman was founder and Chairman of the Producers Guild Silicon Valley Chapter, served on the Board of Governors of the New Media Council, and was a founding member of the Academy of Television's Interactive Media Group. Show Notes: Steve has experience working in many different environments; he has worked in the U.S. and Japan. Steve began Founders Space by posting answers from people on his blog. He created a space to help others and help other entrepreneurs. If you can make a profit, you are self-sustaining, and if you can make a profit and scale, you can have an enormous impact. Steve wants to help entrepreneurs have a mission driven mindset. An entrepreneurs job is not just to come up with brilliant ideas. A great way to start a business is by searching for a demand. If you can fill the need, that's good. If you want a business that grows rapidly, you need recurring revenue. The hardest thing to do is to acquire a new customer. Don't let go of your customers. Keep providing value to them. Build an ecosystem where the more your customers participate the more value they give to all the other participants. Surround yourself with amazing people. If you surround yourself with amazing people, they'll do the rest. Most businesses don't last longer than 30 years. Startups fail not by trying too many things but by sticking with the same thing for too long. If you want to know if your product works, ask 100 people. Who is the person that most need what I have? If all your customers say, "That's nice. That's good. That's interesting." then they're just being polite. You need to hear at least 25% of people say, "OMG I need that!" Pick a direction in which you think you can make a difference. You don't have to have all the answers. The first thing you need to do is to build your team. 90% of your time should go into finding people that will help you execute your vision. Next, you have to engage with your customers. Learn as much as possible as fast as you can. Then, experiment with your customers until you get the spark. Finally, take your data to investors and raise capital. Steve Hoffman's Recharge Round What habit do you think has led to success in your life? Question everything. Don't accept the status quo. What's the simple positive action that you take each day to move forward to achieve your goals? He looks at the people around him and imagines what they need to feel good and perform well. Then Steven asks them questions. What's your biggest life lesson and what have you learned from it? If you are not headed in the right direction, it doesn't matter. Connect with Steve: Steve's website foundersspace.com Check out Steve's FREE video series: The Ten Commandments of Raising Venture Capital Get Steve's books Make Elephants Fly, The Five Forces, and Surviving a Startup LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Instagram Learn more about Gary's Mastermind group at goascend.biz/mastermind/

不合时宜
吃瓜可能构成一种暴力吗?聊聊亲密关系的边界

不合时宜

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 95:22


- 主播的话 - 这期节目里,我跟 Steve 聊了下亲密关系的公共性和边界。 在这一次对话里,我们没有过多地围绕作为私人情感的亲密状态展开,而是回应了困扰着我们的一些现象和问题,比如亲密关系的公私边界。在聊天记录和吃瓜剧情被粗暴地抛入公共领域,一切都成了“公共”的,那么我们试图去描述和护卫的,是个体不应被裹挟与侵犯的私域边界。 围观本身是否会构成一种暴力?我们没有答案,只是勉力做了一次坦诚的沟通。 感谢天然膳食营养补剂“AG小绿粉”(Athletic Greens)对本期节目的支持。微信小程序搜索“AG服务” ,下单时用不合时宜的专属折扣码:BHSY:(“不合时宜”首字母缩写)。即日起11月30日Athletic Greens品牌全新升级的推广期内,用 “ BHSY ” 的优惠码购买12个月订购计划,可以免费赠送一个月加AG1小绿粉5天旅行装2盒。 - 本期主播 - 孟常(@孟常) - 本期嘉宾 - 史秀雄 Steve,独立心理咨询师,《Steve说》主播,著有《假性亲密关系》,译作《人生十二法则》 - 本期剧透 - 09:50 什么事情是有公共性的?有的公共性被谈论得不够多,有的则过多 20:10 社交媒体上的站队,很多时候人们只是想永远站在“正义”的一方 30:10 人们吃瓜的好奇,可能是一种本能,亦是从他人的经验中学习 39:10 现代人对于无聊的耐受性很低,需要事情打发时间 57:07 在亲密关系中,性别是一个“元问题”吗? 01:16:55 理想的亲密关系是困难而复杂的,首先要承认复杂性和灰度 - 本期音乐 - 片头:Ben Webster,Art Tatum - Where Or When 片尾:Radiohead - Weird Fishes/Arpeggi - 制作团队 - logo设计:刘刘(ins: imjanuary) 后期制作:方改则 - 收听方式 - 推荐您使用苹果播客、Spotify、小宇宙App、汽水儿或任意泛用型播客客户端订阅收听《不合时宜》,也可通过网易云音乐、喜马拉雅收听。 - 商务合作 - 可发送邮件至 hibuheshiyi@126.com 或者私信官方微博 @不合时宜TheWeirdo - 互动方式 - 微博:@不合时宜TheWeirdo 微信公众号:不合时宜TheWeirdo

不合时宜
吃瓜可能构成一种暴力吗?聊聊亲密关系的边界

不合时宜

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 95:31


- 主播的话 - 这期节目里,我跟 Steve 聊了下亲密关系的公共性和边界。 在这一次对话里,我们没有过多地围绕作为私人情感的亲密状态展开,而是回应了困扰着我们的一些现象和问题,比如亲密关系的公私边界。在聊天记录和吃瓜剧情被粗暴地抛入公共领域,一切都成了“公共”的,那么我们试图去描述和护卫的,是个体不应被裹挟与侵犯的私域边界。 围观本身是否会构成一种暴力?我们没有答案,只是勉力做了一次坦诚的沟通。 感谢天然膳食营养补剂“AG小绿粉”(Athletic Greens)对本期节目的支持。微信小程序搜索“AG服务” ,下单时用不合时宜的专属折扣码:BHSY:(“不合时宜”首字母缩写)。即日起11月30日Athletic Greens品牌全新升级的推广期内,用 “ BHSY ” 的优惠码购买12个月订购计划,可以免费赠送一个月加AG1小绿粉5天旅行装2盒。 - 本期主播 - 孟常(@孟常) - 本期嘉宾 - 史秀雄 Steve,独立心理咨询师,《Steve说》主播,著有《假性亲密关系》,译作《人生十二法则》 - 本期剧透 - 09:50 什么事情是有公共性的?有的公共性被谈论得不够多,有的则过多 20:10 社交媒体上的站队,很多时候人们只是想永远站在“正义”的一方 30:10 人们吃瓜的好奇,可能是一种本能,亦是从他人的经验中学习 39:10 现代人对于无聊的耐受性很低,需要事情打发时间 57:07 在亲密关系中,性别是一个“元问题”吗? 01:16:55 理想的亲密关系是困难而复杂的,首先要承认复杂性和灰度 - 本期音乐 - 片头:Ben Webster,Art Tatum - Where Or When 片尾:Radiohead - Weird Fishes/Arpeggi - 制作团队 - logo设计:刘刘(ins: imjanuary) 后期制作:方改则 - 收听方式 - 推荐您使用苹果播客、Spotify、小宇宙App、汽水儿或任意泛用型播客客户端订阅收听《不合时宜》,也可通过网易云音乐、喜马拉雅收听。 - 商务合作 - 可发送邮件至 hibuheshiyi@126.com 或者私信官方微博 @不合时宜TheWeirdo - 互动方式 - 微博:@不合时宜TheWeirdo 微信公众号:不合时宜TheWeirdo

Donna & Steve
Donna and Steve: Steve talks about the new series Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 7:47


Kelli Hanson filling in for Donna today; Steve is excited about the Wheel of Time show coming to Amazon Prime. Based on the popular book series by Robert Jordan, this 14 book series will be the basis of the show. Amazon is investing major money into this project. It is most liked to Lord of the Rings!

Pitmaster, an Old Virginia Smoke Podcast
10/21/21 - ”Backyard Steve” - Steve Dotson

Pitmaster, an Old Virginia Smoke Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 51:45


One of the best backyard cooks just stepped up to the pro's and is here to talk about it. Steve Dotson from D'Qued BBQ has recently moved up, and is already finding success. He talks about the transition and much much more. Enjoy this conversation with Steve Dotson. 

Commercial Real Estate Secrets
Going from 0 to 700 locations with Steve Bilt

Commercial Real Estate Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 56:44


Steve Bilt is founder and CEO of Smile Brands, which has over 700 locations. Growing to 700 locations has made Smile Brands one of the most formidable DSOs in the world, and they are no where near stopping. Steve has had an amazing track record of having great timing. He was able to sell when the business was valued high and buy back in when it was valued low. Steve has an amazing track record of having great timing. He was able to sell when the business was valued high and buy back in when it was valued low. How did he do it so well?You can help support their nonprofit organization here: https://www.smilesforeveryone.orgGet in touch with Steve: Steve.bilt@smilebrands.com If you need help finding the perfect location or your ready to invest in commercial real estate, email us at podcast@leadersre.com. Sign up for a FREE vulnerability analysis and lease renewal services View our library on apple podcasts or REUniversity.org.Connect on Facebook.

Pop Fizz Click
Episode 003 - D&D with Steve & Steve

Pop Fizz Click

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 96:06


This week the PFC crew shine up their lucky dice & roll right into…Mordor?! Or something like that. Either way it's D&D status, video games, & weird facts about your favorite presidents. Join us for the antics and stay for the lolz. Intro Music: Eric Skiff - A Night of Dizzy Spells Sponsor: Kiiroo Titan VR Experience http://www.popfizzclick.net Instagram: @itspopfizzclick Matt: @badchildwiththebeats Trey: @treysome_81 Guests: Steven Cummings: @lazybartender Steve Von Grimm: @farts_mctoot Copyright 2021 - Studio 533 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/popfizzclick/message

The Master Marketer Show
Ep. 12 Steve Lamar - The Proof is in the Tweeting

The Master Marketer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 38:19


Personal branding is all the rage these days, and specifically in B2B people are generally talking about LinkedIn as the personal branding platform of choice. In this episode, we talk with Steve Lamar, the CEO of PromoPrep, about how he has built a personal brand on Twitter - not LinkedIn - to more than double traffic to the site and increased product signups by 25%.What you'll learn in this episode: Why/how to build in public How to put out content that creates awareness but doesn't directly sell the product How to connect the personal brand to the company brand How to measure the impact of your personal brand on your business Steve's recommendations: Use the 80/20 rule for your content (80% who you are / 20% more promotional or product focus) Choose your channel carefully and don't spread yourself too thin.  Establish relationships with people by publicly engaging with people's tweets and via DMs. Keep an idea repository spreadsheet for tweets that has a character count Twitter needs to be snappier, compared to LinkedIn posts - they have a much shorter shelf life You'll need to listen to the full episode if you want to hear the Lightning Round, but here are a few highlights: Steve is looking forward to expanding content marketing - having an SEO background he has admittedly not done enough for his own site. Steve loves Snagit, and we are big proponents of this screenshot tool as well. Proofpoint's POV:We are big proponents of personal branding at Proofpoint and encourage everyone who works here to build their personal brand. Not strictly because it will help Proofpoint - it will - but because it is invaluable for them as professionals.  Personal brands have become my go-to way to find people to recruit and to evaluate inbound candidates. I don't as much care about their resume, but I definitely pay attention to the content they have put out. And if I have two candidates with seemingly the same skillset, but one with a much stronger personal brand, I'll often choose the latter. It's interesting that personal brands have become all the rage because in the DTC space, influencers and content creators have been building personal brands for over a decade. Pretty much ever since social media became a thing, people have been building brands and leveraging those brands to make money, land deals, land jobs, etc. The big problem that I see with personal brands is that the term has become too nebulous. For the average professional, a personal brand is really your reputation management. If you think about it that way, it makes content creation much easier, because it gives your personal brand a purpose. A bit more about Steve:Steve is a former agency guy, with over a decade of SEO and PPC experience. From that experience he saw a problem - how marketing agencies managed marketing and content calendars - and decided to solve it by building PromoPrep. He has chosen to build in public and now has over 15K followers on Twitter. Helpful Links & Resources: Connect with Steve on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevelamar/ Follow Steve on Twitter: https://twitter.com/stevejlamar/ Follow PromoPrep to see what they are up to next: https://twitter.com/promoprep  Connect with Mike & Gaby at Proofpoint: Mike's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikegrinberg/ Gaby's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabriellaisrael/ LinkedIn Company Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/company/proofpoint-marketing-llc Proofpoint YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/ProofpointonYouTube Proofpoint Website: www.proofpoint.marketing

The Master Marketer Show
Ep. 12 Steve Lamar - The Proof is in the Tweeting

The Master Marketer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 38:19


Personal branding is all the rage these days, and specifically in B2B people are generally talking about LinkedIn as the personal branding platform of choice. In this episode, we talk with Steve Lamar, the CEO of PromoPrep, about how he has built a personal brand on Twitter - not LinkedIn - to more than double traffic to the site and increased product signups by 25%.What you'll learn in this episode: Why/how to build in public How to put out content that creates awareness but doesn't directly sell the product How to connect the personal brand to the company brand How to measure the impact of your personal brand on your business Steve's recommendations: Use the 80/20 rule for your content (80% who you are / 20% more promotional or product focus) Choose your channel carefully and don't spread yourself too thin.  Establish relationships with people by publicly engaging with people's tweets and via DMs. Keep an idea repository spreadsheet for tweets that has a character count Twitter needs to be snappier, compared to LinkedIn posts - they have a much shorter shelf life You'll need to listen to the full episode if you want to hear the Lightning Round, but here are a few highlights: Steve is looking forward to expanding content marketing - having an SEO background he has admittedly not done enough for his own site. Steve loves Snagit, and we are big proponents of this screenshot tool as well. Proofpoint's POV:We are big proponents of personal branding at Proofpoint and encourage everyone who works here to build their personal brand. Not strictly because it will help Proofpoint - it will - but because it is invaluable for them as professionals.  Personal brands have become my go-to way to find people to recruit and to evaluate inbound candidates. I don't as much care about their resume, but I definitely pay attention to the content they have put out. And if I have two candidates with seemingly the same skillset, but one with a much stronger personal brand, I'll often choose the latter. It's interesting that personal brands have become all the rage because in the DTC space, influencers and content creators have been building personal brands for over a decade. Pretty much ever since social media became a thing, people have been building brands and leveraging those brands to make money, land deals, land jobs, etc. The big problem that I see with personal brands is that the term has become too nebulous. For the average professional, a personal brand is really your reputation management. If you think about it that way, it makes content creation much easier, because it gives your personal brand a purpose. A bit more about Steve:Steve is a former agency guy, with over a decade of SEO and PPC experience. From that experience he saw a problem - how marketing agencies managed marketing and content calendars - and decided to solve it by building PromoPrep. He has chosen to build in public and now has over 15K followers on Twitter. Helpful Links & Resources: Connect with Steve on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevelamar/ Follow Steve on Twitter: https://twitter.com/stevejlamar/ Follow PromoPrep to see what they are up to next: https://twitter.com/promoprep  Connect with Mike & Gaby at Proofpoint: Mike's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikegrinberg/ Gaby's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabriellaisrael/ LinkedIn Company Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/company/proofpoint-marketing-llc Proofpoint YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/ProofpointonYouTube Proofpoint Website: www.proofpoint.marketing

Roll With The Punches
EP162 Commando Steve | Steve Willis

Roll With The Punches

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 66:44


Look out lads and ladies! Today I've got Australia's most recognised personal trainer ‘The Commando' Steve Willis behind the mic to banter about all things life… and hasn't he lived one of those along the way. Life in and out of the military, life on and off the TV screen, life as a father, life as a son, life as a multifaceted ever-evolving and deep-thinking human. It's not all camo pants, dark sunnies and ‘there are no excuses' today. Buckle up and enjoy! EPISODE SPONSOR | Accord Conveyancing Website: www.accordconveyancing.com.au STEVE WILLIS Website: www.commandosteve.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/stevewillis01 Instagram: www.instagram.com/commandosteve TIFFANEE COOK Linktree: https://linktr.ee/rollwiththepunches Website: www.rollwiththepunches.com.au LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/tiffaneecook/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/rollwiththepunchespodcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/rollwiththepunches_podcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/tiffaneeandco --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roll-withthepunches/message

Steve说
Steve说240期 - 听众来信:缺乏自律是个听上去有道理的伪自省

Steve说

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2021 50:22


本期节目是听众来信问答,话题包括:0:24 想逃回过去的美好,过去就会成为人生唯一的美好6:57 缺乏自律是个听上去很对的伪答案15:44 用形婚来化解父母的催婚是个好主意吗?27:46 分手后总想起前任怎么办?36:34 不和父母交流看似保护了自己,但却可能创造更大的误解空间听众信箱是asksteve@126.com,因为来信很多,而每期节目能够回复的信件有限,目前依然在回复去年上半年的来信,敬请谅解。【以下是赞助广告信息,希望可以得到你的支持】在这里向你推荐一个我在专业上相当认可的心理自助工具,可以有效改善焦虑、抑郁、压力和失眠等问题,效果得到数据明确支持。该工具名为《21天正念书写行动营》,价格仅是半次心理咨询的费用,是通过咨询解决情绪问题之外的不错选择,详情:http://t.cn/A62UreHJ 或者搜索关注公众号暂停实验室,回复steve50,即可获得Steve说听众专属优惠购买链接。另外也推荐喜马拉雅发布的《人文通识100讲》,由剑桥、北大、清华、复旦等名校的一流学者共同打造,涵盖法律、社会学、宗教学、经济学、历史学、哲学和政治学,是一门非常高品质的提升人文知识,获取跨学科智慧的音频课程,欢迎通过购买该课程来支持我的节目,Steve说听众专享7折优惠:http://xima.tv/oY7RNy?sonic=0 或者到我的公众号@史秀雄Steve 回复人文通识。提示:如果已有喜马拉雅账号,通过微信购买后联系客服捆绑喜马和微信账号,就可以正常收听了。“Steve说”被评为2019苹果最佳播客,是心理咨询师和心理学科普作者史秀雄(Steve Shi)的个人播客节目。这是一个通过深度交流拓展意识边界,探索个人成长之道,加深对自我和世界理解的谈话类节目。他的微博和公众号是@史秀雄Steve,也欢迎访问节目官网http://steveshuo.com 或者到https://afdian.net/@steveshuo 赞助本节目

Driftwood Outdoors
Ep. 94: Hollywood Steve: Steve Fracol

Driftwood Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 100:23


Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with Steve Fracol an award winning Camera Operator and Director of Photography. Hollywood Steve has shot fan favorites like Sons of Anarchy, Scandal, Greys Anatomy and numerous movies.Hollywood Steve reached out after hearing about the Driftwood Acres arson case and thought there was potential for a documentary or possibly a movie. Being an avid outdoorsman and Midwesterner we discuss everything from his career and path to Hollywood, filming Andre The Giant and Ric Flair wrestling matches, fishing in California, and of course the possibility of a Driftwood Acres movie....For more info:http://www.fracol.com/https://www.ozarkmountainoffroad.com/Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:info@driftwoodoutdoors.com

Ear Hustlin' 404: The Podcast
S3 EP14| Steve & Steve

Ear Hustlin' 404: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 62:17


The Squad Talks Dressing to be addressed, Keeping issues away from home, Proper way to send condolences & More! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/earhustlin404/support

The Unholy Three
S2.E.07 - Steve. Steve? Steve!

The Unholy Three

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 73:12


This week the gang is joined by wild couple Chris and Bianca Watkins for a double dose of trouble and mischief! Drinking in public, mistaken identities, limousines, bar brawls, a house designed for séances, and a ghost with a dump-truck ass. You read that right! This episode has it all.Subscribe to our Podcast on:Apple Podcasts, Spotify, StitcherFollow us on Social Media:Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, Twitter: @theunholythreepodcastSubmit a story: stories@theunholy3podcast.com or Call (323) 638-4395CHECK OUT OUR MERCH!www.theunholythreepodcast.com

The Agile Within
My Agile team lacks clarity about the company's direction, and collaboration with leaders is poor. How can value stream mapping help me with Steve Pereira, Founder/CEO at Visible

The Agile Within

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 52:21 Transcription Available


Focus. Clarity. Collaboration. These are all things many agile teams struggle with when attempting to work with company leaders. Old ways linger, and muddy the waters for lasting change. Fortunately, Steve Pereira, our guest in this episode, stopped by to discuss value stream mapping, and how it can shed some light on these issues. If you want to move out of complicated chaos, and into delivering real value that customers will actually use, then take a listen in as we discuss. It's really about tweaks to behaviors that can have the greatest impacts!More about Steve:Steve has been obsessed with process, optimization, and visual learning his whole life. Over his long and varied career in tech he came to realize Value Streams are the key focus to unlock team alignment, velocity, value, and sustainability. Paired with DevOps principles he has created an incredible toolset for continuous improvement. He lives in Toronto, Canada. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/join/6045853?)

Raidercast
17: Tomb Raider Remakes & Ports

Raidercast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 37:32


The fans have spoken! In recent polls on Twitter/IG/Youtube with numbers in the thousands, an overwhelming 97% of people voted YES to seeing Tomb Raider ports, remakes and remasters on modern consoles. I sat down with community legends Laurie (Survivor Reborn / Confessions of a Gaming Mum) and Steve (Steve of Warr), to discuss the potential for seeing Lara's old adventures being given new life. ------------------------------------------------------ Follow Laurie here: https://twitter.com/Lori_en https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoT2ctf42YFk0ZMjw6hh5Dg https://www.twitch.tv/gaming_mum_confesses Follow Steve here: https://twitter.com/steveofwarr https://www.youtube.com/c/steveofwarr https://www.twitch.tv/steveofwarr Follow Chris here: https://twitter.com/raidercastpod https://instagram.com/raidercast

Pod at the Montecito
33. Six-and-a-half Minutes of Las Vegas Geographic Pedantry (S2E09)

Pod at the Montecito

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 74:28


Jack Keller is back, and that's all well and good, but we get neither enough Jack nor enough Keller. The Brits have a saying for this: it does what it says on the tin. If you aren't excited to hear one of your hosts come completely unglued at the absurd "creative license" the writing room takes with the layout of Neon City, then this isn't the episode for you. And honestly, probably not the podcast either. But if you've stuck around this long, maybe hit us up on Twitter at https://twitter.com/MontecitoPod or email us at podatthemontecito@gmail.com -- Lord knows it's a better use of your time than cringing at the TV episode's homophobic Steve+Steve jokes that probably weren't funny in 2004 and are definitely shit in 2021... ooof a loof.

THE STEVE MILLS - RESULTS PODCAST - How to create more leads and turn more leads into sales.
The Steve Mills Results Podcast - Steve interviews Steve Hyland from business connections live on how to use video to grow your business

THE STEVE MILLS - RESULTS PODCAST - How to create more leads and turn more leads into sales.

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 35:15


In this podcast, Steve Mills interviews another Steve. Steve Hyland of Busienss Connections Live. Steve has many years of experience in the world of radio as a presenter and as a host on TV shopping channels.

Keeping Athena Company
33. Keeping Athena Company - Steve Whiteley

Keeping Athena Company

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 55:10


In this episode writer, director, producer, performer and all round great dude Steve Whiteley joins me for a chat and we properly go round the houses. From surfing to consumerism to breastfeeding to tap water to pissing in public to the correct way to say 'tumeric'. It's safe to say we right all the wrongs of the world in this episode. Enjoy!  Follow Steve on Twitter: @OffKeySteve Find out more about his work: www.offkeyworld.com More about Steve: Steve is a writer, director, producer and performer. His comedy sketches and parody music videos have earned his YouTube channel a nomination for ‘Best Internet Programme’ at the British Comedy Awards. Steve’s award-winning debut short film ‘Swiped’ won the 2019 Silver and Peoples Lovie Award. It was also nominated for the 2019 Edinburgh TV Festival New Voices Award for best pilot and is an official selection at numerous Oscar & BAFTA qualifying festivals. Steve has been selected for the BFI Network x Bafta Crew 2021 and is currently developing his sitcom project ‘Woke Heroes’ for Channel 4.

Donna & Steve
Donna & Steve: Steve has a theory on why Drew Barrymore's show was renewed and a fun fact about Jeopardy!

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 4:12


Drew Barrymore's show was renewed for a second season and Steve thinks he knows why the network took this approach. Plus, did you know that there are certain numbers that can't be used as a wager on jeopardy?

Talk N the Walk
Auld Lang Syne

Talk N the Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2021 64:33


Doug Heritage, wing night, dark clothing while walking, HS sports, year in review, our history, Steve Steve, connections

BALLS with Dr Yobbo and Beeso
BALLS.269 Defence is for losers: our 2020-21 NBA Wins Draft & Season Preview

BALLS with Dr Yobbo and Beeso

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 54:53


This week: the NBA is back (yes, already) and Adam, Beeso and the Doc (very possibly several pints deep from his work Xmas party) are previewing the upcoming season the only way they know how: by drafting teams into their regular season wins pool which the Doc always wins and is incredibly gracious about as you'd expect. Also: modern currency, the East doesn’t suck as much this year, ringing your mum for career advice, every game is an away game, bubble anxiety, Beeso has issues, Pakistan kicking off, Steve Steve, making sacrifices to win, NTSC bleed, stop trying to be interesting, entire rosters of sixth men, half-cooked prospects, trading for Stuff the Magic Dragon, Bad Boys 2020, #FreeBlake, fast bowler bodies, the next Bogut, leaving LA-LA land, Doc’s heel turn, upside picks, Starbury All Stars, going for a slashie, Simmons vs Embiid in a brand new context, reliable mediocrity, reputation rehabilitation, all podcast business is settled, declaring at sunset and most influential cringe. For posterity, here's all the picks we made (spoilers, obviously). BALLS and tripping balls are available on their own RSS feeds, as well as being found together on Omny Studio,Spotify and Apple Podcasts (feel free to subscribe, rate and review) - and we welcome your reckons via Twitter, Facebook and email. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Me And Steve Talk RPG's
Episode 15: And Things Went BOOM!

Me And Steve Talk RPG's

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2020 61:18


This week Steve & Steve talk about apocalyptic, and post-apocalyptic settings, and Steve goes off on a rant about one of his first loves in gaming!d20 Radio Shout-Out of the Week - The Miskatonic University Podcast, for all your weird, tentacled fun!  Go 'Pods!  https://www.mu-podcast.com/Also, the Savage Rifts Bundle of Holding:  https://bundleofholding.com/presents/SavageRifts Game of the Week:Steve G:  Dresden Files: Nevermore https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/79893/Dresden-Files-RPG-Preview-Nevermore? Steve S:  Fragged Empire  https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/151898/Fragged-Empire--Core-Rule-Book You can reach us at meandsteverpg@gmail.comOn Facebook as Me and Steve RPG PodcastOn Twitter @AndRPGsJoin us on Discord! Me And Steve RPG Discord

The DigitalMarketer Podcast
EP129: Creating Your 2021 Marketing Plan with Steve Werley of Maximum Effort Agency

The DigitalMarketer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 32:34


It’s time to get organized for the New Year. In this episode, Steve Werley of Maximum Effort Agency is going to show you how to create your 2021 marketing plan. He’ll start by explaining how to focus on your market segment and figure out your customer’s secret desire and then show you how to use the Customer Value Journey to make sure your plan is on track. Listen to set yourself up for marketing success in 2021. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Maximum Effort Agency Maximum Effort Agency on Facebook Schedule a call with Steve Steve on LinkedIn WP Engine Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to The DigitalMarketer Podcast? Have some feedback you’d like to share? Connect with us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review! Apple Podcasts not your thing? Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or at DigitalMarketer.com.

Growth Show
#34 How to win 4600 subscribers with Evernote notes

Growth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2020 40:07


In this episode of the Growth Show we have the pleasure to talk with the Steve Toth, who is behind SEOnotebook.com and a seasoned SEO expert. Steve shares with us, how his journey with SEOnotebook.com started and especially how he got 2700 subscribers with an Evernote notebook in 8 months (today he has more than 4600 subscribers). In this episode there are lots of SEO gems hidden like how to develop a domain authority, competitor SEO and how podcasts can help with SEO. Also, resources for other SEO marketers as well as insights on how to start with SEO. More about Steve: Steve has spent the last 10 years constantly updating his SEO knowledge, but regards the last three years to be the most eye-opening. After heading up SEO Strategy at FreshBooks (a 350-person SaaS in Toronto) for 2 years, Steve turned them into his client, so he could focus on his freelance SEO consultancy for medium-to-large size companies. He's put his SEO knowledge to work for major brands including Porter Airlines, Toyota, KPMG, Intercom, Mejuri, EMI and of course FreshBooks, but also spent 7 years working on SMB clients like dentists, lawyers, plastic surgeons, trades, etc. In July 2019, Steve started seonotebook.com which has grown to 2700 subscribers in 8 months. Every week, Steve emails one page of his SEO strategy notebook out to his list. His notebook is loaded with actionable, modern SEO strategies that you are not going to find on any mainstream blogs. By putting what he's learned into practice, He has been able to rank #1 for money keywords with over 300,000 searches per month and while quintupling FreshBooks' organic traffic with a blogging custom strategy he developed.

Donna & Steve
Elf On a Shelf Cereal and KFC Shareable Sandwiches

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2020 4:36


Food News with Donna and Steve: Steve brings us the new flavor of Elf on A Shelf Cereal and KFC in Australia is selling a sharable chicken sandwich

Living On A Scale News
Episode 4: Peppin Heights

Living On A Scale News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2020 7:54


Henry Kling interviews mayor of Peppin Heights, Steve Steve about the incident that occurred. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/loasn/message

Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe On Demand
Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe - On Demand - 9/18/2020

Tampa Bay's Morning Krewe On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2020 38:42


On today's Second Date Update did Sara make a major mistake on her first date with Steve? Steve says what she did is a problem. J.R. had to walk on LEGO this morning because he lost a bet between Launa, Kevin and himself.  We chose who we though would win at the ACM's and J.R. got zero correct, so he had to walk on LEGO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Empathy Edge
Steve Hartman: Why Data is Empathy

The Empathy Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 51:18


In this episode, Maria and Steve discuss:Technology for a purpose, not just for technology's sake.Why data tells a story and this requires empathyExcellent models of leadership with bottom-line success through empathy.Habits and tips to maintain an empathetic mindset.Key Takeaways:Data is more than being cold, hard, and analytical. What you're really trying to do is get this data to tell a story and get it to provide a perspective. The stories and the insights that you get out of it are really where the magic happens.Being able to start from common ground and build back up is where you're able to really pull that empathy outIt exponentially helps you be more successful when you are empathetic and compassionate and get to know people on a real level, and then you can be as ambitious and competitive as you want to be as a result."We need to just say ‘hi' and get to know people and for them to feel like you're a real person as well as their leader...the empathy, that connection, leads to some of the greatest outcomes." —  Steve HartmanAbout Steve Hartman: Steve Hartman is an investor and advisor, and a seasoned executive with a unique mix of extensive experience across eCommerce, marketing, analytics, and technology.  He is an inspirational leader with a long track record of success in building and inspiring strong global teams and cultures, driving transformational organizational change, and delivering outstanding business results.Steve has a broad range of industry experience across omni-channel retail, technology, storage, and financial services.  Most recently he was the President and Chief Growth Officer of Windsor Fashions, a women's specialty retailer with over 190 stores in the US.  Formerly, he was CMO & SVP Ecommerce at Eddie Bauer, Managing Director of Ecommerce and Marketing at Urban Outfitters, SVP of Marketing at CubeSmart, and the Senior Director of eBay Partner Network.  He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and dual MBAs from Columbia University and Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.Connect with Steve:Steve's LinkedIn: Steve HartmanSteve's Instagram: @shartman32Keep It Local Seattle: KeepItLocalSeattle.orgKeep It Local Seattle on Instagram: @keepitlocalseattle Connect with Maria:Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comBuy The Empathy Edge on Amazon! www.bit.ly/empathyedgeLearn more about Maria's brand strategy work and books: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaTwitter: @redsliceFacebook: Red Slice

Konvos | Keto and Low Carb interviews
18 | Steve Pekar (@keto_pek)

Konvos | Keto and Low Carb interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2020 65:12


This episode of Konvos features Steve Pekar, AKA @keto_pek! We talk about the ups and downs of his keto journey, and we reminisce about some of his antics on Instagram from back in 2017. As always, I need to give a very special thanks to Preferred Elements for sponsoring this episode. Check them out here, and used the code Konvos to save 10%.Thanks as well to Keto Brainz (save 10% with code ADKETO, and get a free mini hand blender AND some mystery keto goodies!)Here are some of the things we talked about in this episode:Reverse-searing steaks with Steve | Steve's Instagram | FYE | Barenaked Ladies - Gordon | Atkins | Cabbage Soup Diet | ♫ Fat Guy in a Little Coat ♫ | Reddit Keto FAQ | Keto Connect - Reading Mean YouTube Comments | The Keto Dad Life (Scott's channel) | The Keto Dad on IG | Fat Dad Keto on IG | Ketokris on IG | Schitt's Creek | Rick & Morty | Letter Kenny | Steve's Tournament of Fake Keto Product Commercials

Let's Be FRANK! with host Molly Skye Brown
E6: Steve Noack and Angel Reiki

Let's Be FRANK! with host Molly Skye Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2020 86:13


Summary: Frank, aka Jesus, is amazing - when known properly. And, a huge part of knowing Him, is by knowing ourselves and going within for deeper connections. This episode, I interview and converse with my first boy, er I mean Divine Gentleman, for the show and listening back I truly sound more and more like my mother. Which isn't a bad thing

fit4life | fitgirl weekly chat
74 - 我这么优秀自视甚高点儿怎么了!|和学生会主席“Steve说”随便闲聊

fit4life | fitgirl weekly chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2020 99:09


很多人可能不知道,姥姥姥爷之所以鼓起勇气做播客,其实是受了姥爷大学时的学生主席,《Steve说》的主播,Steve史秀雄老师“怂恿”,于是趁着这次在上海,赶紧找他串台录了一期节目。姥姥姥爷录明信片之前一般都会商量一下大概思路,可是学生会主席说了,他从来都不和嘉宾事先商量内容方向,都是让大家自由发挥,随便聊,因为他可以从对谈中总结中心思想。我想他现在一定后悔了,因为从没有过和两个人,聊将近两个小时,但是一句有用的话都没有的经历,所以我倒想看看他能给今天这期节目起个什么好题目?我是姥爷,我最讨厌总结中心思想,因为这期明信片儿真的没有中心,更没有思想,但是你们还是会很爱听!最后,大家记得去关注学生会主席(喜马拉雅和苹果播客:steve说;微博:史秀雄steve),他虽然自视甚高,但是按姥姥的话说,人家优秀啊!而且你们是不是也该听点儿有营养的音频呢,老听我俩瞎贫,可能会影响智商

fit4life | fitgirl weekly chat
74 - 我这么优秀自视甚高点儿怎么了!|和学生会主席“Steve说”随便闲聊

fit4life | fitgirl weekly chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2020 99:09


很多人可能不知道,姥姥姥爷之所以鼓起勇气做播客,其实是受了姥爷大学时的学生主席,《Steve说》的主播,Steve史秀雄老师“怂恿”,于是趁着这次在上海,赶紧找他串台录了一期节目。姥姥姥爷录明信片之前一般都会商量一下大概思路,可是学生会主席说了,他从来都不和嘉宾事先商量内容方向,都是让大家自由发挥,随便聊,因为他可以从对谈中总结中心思想。我想他现在一定后悔了,因为从没有过和两个人,聊将近两个小时,但是一句有用的话都没有的经历,所以我倒想看看他能给今天这期节目起个什么好题目?我是姥爷,我最讨厌总结中心思想,因为这期明信片儿真的没有中心,更没有思想,但是你们还是会很爱听!最后,大家记得去关注学生会主席(喜马拉雅和苹果播客:steve说;微博:史秀雄steve),他虽然自视甚高,但是按姥姥的话说,人家优秀啊!而且你们是不是也该听点儿有营养的音频呢,老听我俩瞎贫,可能会影响智商

The Steve and Kyle Podcast
The Steve and Kyle Podcast, 4/28/20

The Steve and Kyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2020 80:05


Topics discussed on this week's episode include: Traffic and weather on the 8s Some ideas for Baldie and Nutmeg in the morning Steve did something out of the ordinary today Three big podcast anniversaries Listener Paul insulted Steve Steve's remarkable revelation to Kyle We're starting a roller hockey league Poll results from last week The Kenny Rogers factoid of the week Kyle's beef with Steve And more! Follow the Steve and Kyle Podcast on Twitter! @SteveAndKyle @NoPHinSteven @kpaff3587 Or on Facebook! And on Instagram @SteveAndKyle! Enjoy the latest show and be sure to share! Download, subscribe and review the show in the Apple Podcasts app, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, YouTube, Libsyn, Spotify, radio.com, iHeart Radio or wherever you get your podcasts! Call or text your questions, comments or concerns at 424-30-SKPOD (424-307-5763). Opening music: ”Malt Shop Bop" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Closing music: "Pulse" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ TAGS: funny, friends, family, kids, comedy, talk radio, talk, radio, pop culture, music, food, sports, relationships, viral videos, social media, politics, political, fbhw, free beer and hot wings

Making Lemonade With Jordan Morpeth
#81. Fire Side Chat: On The Future of 2020 and Staying Positive in a Bleak Time w/ Steve (@steve_29x)

Making Lemonade With Jordan Morpeth

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2020


Linky Links...The Lost Boys Collective:https://www.instagram.com/thelostboyscollective/Jordan’s LinksOnline Store:www.thelemonadestand.storeSlack:Https://Makelemonadepodcast.slack.comWebsite:https://www.jordanmorpethart.comInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/jordanmorpethart/https://www.instagram.com/makelemonadepodcast/Facebook:Https://www.facebook.com/TheArtOfJordanMorpethArtstation:https://www.artstation.com/jordanmorpethart

World Walkers: The Other Ones
The Sparkles Intensify – S1:E3

World Walkers: The Other Ones

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2019 73:56


Megan McKay, who you may know from such esteemed endeavors as DoodleForFood.com, Dogs With Jobs, and even... WORLD WALKERS, joins the cast with her brand new character. Find out what happens when another joins the fray (even though Wes is absent this episode) as Unity burns and Steve Steve faces his own troubles in the latest episode of The Other Ones! MUSIC: Music from https://filmmusic.io "Darkling" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music from https://filmmusic.io "Heartbreaking" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music from https://filmmusic.io "Marty Gots A Plan" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music from https://filmmusic.io "Take A Chance" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music from https://filmmusic.io "Unlight" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music from https://filmmusic.io "Final Destination" by Sascha Ende (https://www.sascha-ende.de) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music - "Don't Close Your Eyes" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ Music: Mysterious String Quintet by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com Sound Effects and Additional Music: store.syrinscape.com/what-is-syrinscape/?att

World Walkers: The Other Ones
Knock Off Berries – S1:E2

World Walkers: The Other Ones

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2019 41:53


Legendary relics of untold power are scattered across the world of Menroth. Those who discover them have the opportunity to discover more about these items of power and their true origins. In the process, they will continue to shape not only their own destinies, but in time, the fate of their world. This is not that story. This is the story… of The Other Ones... In our first episode, Gweniviffe, a Marketing Consultant, found a new opportunity when an acolyte named Steve Steve was selling a pyramid scheme to tavern goes in the city of Unity. Together with an elf named Beeg Farma, the three of them planned to set out and bring their traveling apothecary, which they call the Mobile App, to the people of the world. While speaking to an eager young citizen of the city named Chase, they watched as trouble came in the form of an attack on the city. Now, the four of them must figure out what to do in a city with no adventurers, no Heroes, and seemingly no hope. MUSIC: Music from https://filmmusic.io "Darkling" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music from https://filmmusic.io "Grave Blow" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music - "My Favorite Regret" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ Music: Mysterious String Quintet by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com Sound Effects and Additional Music: store.syrinscape.com/what-is-syrinscape/?att

Man立
Man立S1E0:爸爸不是个好父亲时,你可以跟谁学?

Man立

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2019 121:50


《Man立》的口号是复兴男性气质,重建身份认同。这个播客关注现代男性气质的衰落和男性模范的缺失,探寻男性身份的本质,发现丰富多元的男性气质,重构健康的性别身份认同,推动男性心智发展。主播Steve是心理咨询师,《Steve说》的主播,《人生12法则》的译者,《假性亲密关系》作者。主播广敏出身于传媒大学南广播音主持专业,是瑞典隆德大学媒体与传播硕士,声音与男性魅力教练,英语表达与社交训练师。 这是Man立第一季第0集,是对整季节目的介绍展望。话题列表: 01:00《Man立》的缘起和使命宣言 08:00 为什么健壮的体育老师不一定很男人? 18:00 现代社会男性破碎的身份认同 20:00 好男人只等于好丈夫好爸爸吗? 30:50 妈宝男为什么没有脊梁骨? 40:50 爸妈和父母的区别是什么? 55:30 暴力和权力压迫是特别不男人的行为 1:04:00 姜文为什么那么男人? 1:09:15 Man立不是什么节目? 1:17:30 软弱小男生的成长之路 1:29:35 像个男人一样握手 1:34:00 一起反推好父亲的蓝图 1:50:20 Man立第一季的主题预览 参考资料 《人生1...

The Positively Pro Wrestling Podcast
PPW Episode 85 - WCW Bash at the Beach 1994

The Positively Pro Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2019 64:39


On this weeks show join Steve and Eric as they go back to 1994 and visit WCW's Bash at the Beach! Plus we talk Starrcast/All Out and: -Eric is super mad -Hogan's WCW Shirt -An incredible match with Steve Austin and Ricky Steamboat -Eric Crops out Steve -Steve's surprising favorite part of the show -Hogan in WCW felt weird Plus a whole lot more!

The Storytellers Network
Using Story to Create Entertaining Ads with Steve Robinson (#94)

The Storytellers Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2019 45:40


In his debut book, former Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Chick-fil-A, Steve Robinson shares with readers the secret to the growth and success of one of the nation's fastest growing fast food restaurants. In Covert Cows and Chick-fil-A: How Faith, Cows, and Chicken Built an Iconic Brand, Robinson takes people behind the scenes to show them how Chick-fil-A scaled up from 184 stores and $100 million in annual sales to more than 2,100 stores and $6.8 billion in annual sales during the 34 years Robinson served as CMO. Read that again marketer. 34 years as CMO.With an emphasis on building relationships rather than focusing on transactions, Robinson shares some of the philosophies Chick-fil-A employs that may seem counterintuitive to business…and why it has worked so well.In our conversation, Steve and I also talk about how advertising that entertains is more powerful than just average interruptive advertising.Connect with Steve:Steve's WebsiteSteve's book Covert Cows and Chick-fil-ALinkedInIf you liked the show, please consider sharing this podcast with your friends, family and network. Your stamp of approval is more valuable than anything I can offer to your network. I appreciate your sharing! Also, leaving a review (and rating) helps spread the word. And just makes me feel warm and squishy.The Storytellers Network with Dan Moyle publishes every Monday at 7 AM EST.

The Storytellers Network
Getting Clarity of Your Story with Steve Woodruff (#81)

The Storytellers Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2019 46:00


Steve Woodruff. Steve is known as the King of Clarity. He is a consultant and author who has helped many professionals - from solo consultants to Fortune 100 pharmaceutical companies - with their brand identity and messaging. He is best known for his intensive clarity sessions, which, in less than a day, unlock a company's DNA and market positioning, and produce crystal-clear messaging to generate sales and referrals. He also helps people find their professional purpose with Clarity Consulting.The author of Clarity Wins, Steve loves to help people and businesses find clarity. In our conversation you'll hear how Chris Brogan gave him his nickname, how a Russian oligarch and his French chateau plays a part in Steve's story, and so much more.Connect with Steve:Steve's websiteClarity FuelClarity Wins (book website)LinkedInInstagramTwitter

PDXstorytheater
Rest Stop Steve: Steve Eggerts

PDXstorytheater

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2019 13:07


Steve is a transplant from Southern California, but don’t hold that against him. After Steve was kicked out of the world’s largest canoe club, also known as the US Navy, he came to Portland to meet a girl but she never picked him up at the airport. Steve has a very colorful past that he has no problem sharing with his audiences. He can make people laugh and cry in the same story and you can tell he really loves the stage. Visit his website: https://teameggerts.com/ URBAN TELLERS March 1, 2019 SHIFTING PERSPECTIVE Steve Eggerts live at The Old Church Concert Hall in Portland, OR Portland Story Theater, hosted by Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddy pdxstorytheater.org MAY THE NARRATIVE BE WITH YOU®

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CCW Safe
Inside CCW Safe Podcast- Episode 27: Decisions feat. Steve Moses

CCW Safe

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2019 59:48


In this episode, Stan and Mike talk to Steve Moses about the decisions we make as concealed carriers.  The three talk about everything from carrying a firearm, to the decisions we make while carrying, including complex decisions regarding self defense.   The full transcription of this podcast is below.  Speaker 1: 00:01 Welcome to the Inside CCW Safe Podcast, with founders Stan Campbell and Mike Darter. If you're forced to fight the battle for your life, CCW Safe will fight the battle for your future. Mike: 00:11 Alright, welcome back to the Inside CCW Safe Podcast, I'm Mike Darter in Oklahoma City. Stan: 00:26 Stan Campbell, I'm in Los Angeles today and the weather is fair, Michael. Mike: 00:31 It's fair? Stan: 00:33 It's fair. Mike: 00:34 It's still cold here, man. Think we're gonna get snow here this weekend maybe. Or ice [crosstalk 00:00:39] somethin' somethin' somethin'. Mike: 00:40 How's mama Mona doin'? Stan: 00:43 You know, we haven't talked about mama Mona in a while. Mike: 00:44 I know! Stan: 00:46 She's still in the Dallas area, metro area. She relocated and she's doin' well, you know. I put that app on her phone so that I can keep track of where she is, so, you know it's really helpful especially if she ever has any emergencies and such, but she laughs, she gets tickled when I just call her out of the blue and say, "Oh, so you washin' your car now?", "Oh, so you at the Subway? Better be havin' something healthy!", so she loves the fact that I can follow her around and stalk her, so yeah. It's fun, but it's safe. If you guys have not seen the app, it's 360, right Mike? Mike: 01:27 Yeah, Life360. Stan: 01:28 Yeah, Life360 is a great app if you wanna really keep track of your family members and they can hit a panic-type button and let everybody know where they are, so it's awesome. I love it. Mike: 01:44 Yeah, it's what I use with the girls in the past. So I have officially made a proposal to stay in, to add a mama Mona moment to our podcast where we call mama Mona, we present her with either situational awareness things or questions from our members. Mike: 02:16 That's in the works, man. We're gonna have [inaudible 00:02:19] for mama Mona moments. Stan: 02:21 Yeah, she's so sweet, but she really hasn't still just common sense. Mike: 02:26 Oh man, yeah, she's got the common sense. Stan: 02:29 She really does, I mean a lot of these questions and not all of them from members, some of them are from customers and some of them can get really outrageous just with the scenarios and we gonna allow mama Mona to answer the questions, "What if I see a baby with an AK47 pointing it at a grandmother?" Mike: 02:46 "What if somebody chasin' me, tryin' to beat me with a dead squirrel?" Stan: 02:51 Yes. We'll let mama Mona answer those. Mike: 02:55 Well speaking of common sense, we have Steve Moses is on today, from Texas. Steve: 03:01 Hey guys. Mike: 03:01 And Steve's got some awesome articles recently. How you doin' Steve? Steve: 03:06 Oh, I'm doin' well. I'm doin' well. It's good to be back talkin' to you guys. Mike: 03:10 How's the weather in Texas? East Texas? Steve: 03:13 Nasty. Mike: 03:14 Is it? Steve: 03:15 Nasty. Cold, damp, wet, you know, so, it's kind of a almost a sub-tropic environment here. It's very beautiful and everything, but the humidity is pretty high and when these cold fronts that come through Oklahoma and [inaudible 00:03:29] you guys get down here, we're not frigid, we're just miserable. Mike: 03:34 Yeah, that's what it is here. Steve: 03:38 Just miserable. Mike: 03:40 So what are we talking about today Stan? Stan: 03:43 Well today, I decided to ... we're having Steve Moses, he submitted a piece of writing that we were gonna look at as a article, but I thought that be so much better as a topic of discussion for the podcast, especially on the cuffs of having David Darter here, you don't know [crosstalk 00:04:06] last week we had Dave Darter talking about different things that comes up during customer service and question and stuff that we get a lot Steve. So we were kinda answering some of those scenario type questions and when I saw your submission I said, "Oh no. That's perfect for our topic of discussion today." Stan: 04:31 Steve if you can kinda introduce what that is and why you even chose that topic. Steve: 04:41 The title of the article I wrote was Boring Article, Serious Subject. It is kinda come to my mind where I've seen people carrying handguns in areas and locations where they probably shouldn't. Citing that old Maxim, "I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6." I kinda got, "I really don't want to put myself in to a position where I am a D judged by 12 and perhaps I might lose my rights to possess a concealed handgun. Or worse, end up in prison." This is something that I've seen quite frequently and while I'm very much a believer that we should be armed to the extent that we can, it needs to be done lawfully and it needs to be done with some common sense. Steve: 05:41 There are areas where it's basic, like in Texas, where concealed carry is banned, but by the same token, it's a criminal trespass issue primarily if you are accosted or that is discovered and then you're asked to vacate the premises and you do not do so. The penalty for that I don't consider to be something significant, we can always go back and leave. We can choose not to go to those kind of places. But on occasion there are places where all of us, I don't care who you are, need to go where being able to have a concealed handgun on your person is a bad idea, perhaps for a variety of reasons. Mike: 06:31 And you know, we talked about that a little bit on the podcast, the last podcast with David, but there's also one other thing that I think we, everybody really needs to be honest with themselves about and this is Pat McNamara actually put it on his Instagram one day. Just because you have a gun does not mean you are armed. [crosstalk 00:06:58] And I think everybody needs to be, I mean including me, I mean everybody needs to be realistic and honest with themselves on if you're, just because you have a firearm does not mean you're armed. Steve: 07:17 That's right. Stan: 07:20 I love how he put that because you can take that in a couple of different ways because you can talk about mindset, that being relevant to mindset, that being relevant to your physical abilities to even defend your weapon or pull it out without somebody taking it from you, or the fact that you don't train at all. Mike: 07:40 Right. Stan: 07:41 There are so many different ways you can look at that so. Qaeda is on it there. Thanks for bringing that up Mike. Hey before we get too far, also 'cause I know Steve is gonna keep talking, I wanted to remind everybody Steve talked about that. As far as CCW Safe members, please understand this is a reminder. I think I did it last week, but I'm a do it again. As far as no gun zones, you will be outside of the scope of coverage if you are in a place where it is a felony or misdemeanor in itself to possess a firearm on the premises, okay. You will also be out of coverage if you challenge someone on private property, you know what I mean as a business owner or representative and you refuse to leave that property, standing up for second amendment rights, but deciding to take on that misdemeanor charge or trespassing. Those are the areas that you will not be covered. Stan: 08:49 Now, if you are walking out after someone told you to leave and Isis comes in or Al-Qaeda, and you save the day we will cover you. If you're on the premises where you accidentally bypass a sign or they didn't have one up, and they didn't tell you to leave and someone comes in and robs the place and such, then you will be covered for that incident, defending yourself or another. I had to get that in because everybody calls in on that and they really want to know. Not to say, I know it seems like it happens a lot nationally, and we're not gonna say it not on the rise, but it doesn't happen as much and there's nothing wrong with people calling and having concerns about, "will you cover me if?", please understand that like Mike said, be armed. In those three areas, training, have your mindset right, and the physical ability to sustain that fight and protect your weapon. Go ahead Steve. Steve: 10:00 Those are all excellent points. Those are very good points. One of the other things that occurred to me when I was thinking about writing this article is that in many instances there's places where it's just a bad idea to have your handgun on your person. If you're someone who's gonna go to a Superbowl party or go out to a bar and basically "Okay I don't have my handgun on my person while I'm actually in that place, but on the way back to wherever I came from, I do have my handgun on my place and I'm under the influence of alcohol," and if you're stopped that is a serious incident in and of itself and if you're forced to use any kind of force in order to defend yourself and it's later determined that "wow. You were under the influence of alcohol," that can be a big problem. To that end, I just thought we really need to exercise some good judgment when we go about our life. Life is not without risk. Every time we drive to a grocery store or we get on an airplane or anything else, there's always the risk that something can happen, but it many instances we can to some effect mitigate that risk by having good judgment, making good decisions, and following through. Steve: 11:33 One of the things that I do know that a lot of concealed carriers do, actually I should say concealed carriers, I'll just say people do is they store their handguns in their vehicles. I believe there I read, let me see there, I think it was the guardian said, I can't recall the year, might have been like 2015 or so, that between 300,000 and 600,000 firearms reported as stolen. As people now have the right to carry guns on their person, what we're seeing is we're seeing a lot more guns in vehicles. Steve: 12:16 People go to a place they go, "Well, I can't carry my gun in there. I'm just gonna stick it under here, under the car seat in the console, in the glove compartment and leave it. Then they're somewhat horrified when they come back and they see typically a window broken out, snatch and grab took place, and now that gun is missing. Stan: 12:40 Yeah. That's terrible. Steve: 12:43 It is bad. It is bad. Mike: 12:46 That's one thing I looked at early on when we first started CCW Safe was different. At one time we had a little video on there, kinda some different products but, yeah you think about people just putting it in between the seat and the column or whatever. If you get in a wreck, that thing could be a flying object through that car. Stan: 13:14 Projectile. Mike: 13:15 I've gotten to where I've gotten the console vault in both my trucks now. Steve I don't know if you've heard of Gold Star Holsters? Stan: 13:28 No I have not. Mike: 13:29 They have a really cool deal that they sent one out. I'm actually ordering one for my P365, but they have a under the steering wheel where column now holstered that is actually like a Kydex holster. It's pretty cool. Those are the two that I would strongly recommend, vault or whatever for the console vaults and then this one is really cool. Actually I have, they sent me one for a Glock 19, Steve, I'm gonna send it down. Actually when you come up next week I'll get it to you. Stan: 14:09 Okay. That sounds good, why don't you take a look at it. I'll take a look it at it. Mike: 14:12 Yeah it's awesome. It's awesome. So is that what you, what do you use, Steve? Steve: 14:18 Well actually when I'm in my car I keep my handgun on my person. I keep it in a holster. If something happens, I know where that handgun is going to be. I don't feel like "Okay. Oh where's that handgun?" So I'm trying to find it under bad circumstances. To that end, I keep my handgun on my person. I typically carry appendix which is very easy to drive with. If you get a good holster and you actually put the bottom of the seatbelt over the holster, blouse your shirt over it and then if for some reason you're forced to use your handgun while you're still in your car, it's there. Steve: 15:05 However, when I go to leave my car I want that handgun completely out of sight. There's some really inexpensive options for doing this. I mean some of them start at less than $30. They're just super lock boxes. They're made of metal. They're padded. They have a three digit combination lock and they come with a cable that allows you to loop the cable around the frame of your automobile seat so that you can then store the handgun in there, lock it, and put it underneath your car seat. Some of these are relatively inexpensive under $30. They go up in price and probably robustness. Probably the more robust they are, the more they're going to defy any attempt to open 'em. Steve: 16:05 For the most part, people that break into and enter into cars, burglarize cars, they're moving pretty fast. They don't have the tools it would take to free that storage safe from it. I don't wanna say you can't break in to it, but it's gonna be pretty difficult. Most of you know, burglars don't carry around a set of bolt cutters, those are hard to explain in the event that you run into a police officer, especially if you have a background. But something just as small as that can go a long ways towards securing a handgun inside of a vehicle. Steve: 16:46 Yeah, that's awesome. Mike: 16:48 I've had those that have the cable that wrap around like seat post lock into it ... Yep, yep. Steve: 16:56 Yes sir. One of the things I might add is that it requires discipline in order to always do this. Having good intentions and then failing to following through, that's not gonna get you what you want. It may take a little bit of time in order to get that handgun safely out of the holster or however you carry it. Basically, something I've really encouraged all of our listeners to do is to make sure that you have taken some formal training from a qualified instructor so you know how to get handguns in and back into the holster safely. Stan: 17:37 That's right. Steve: 17:38 You have to do it the same way every single time. It needs to be done so that trigger finger is straight, you're concentrating on what you're doing, you're not multi-tasking. And when you withdraw that handgun and you insert that handgun back into the holster, you don't wanna be muzzling any of your own body parts. Stan: 17:57 That's right. You know we had a member just recently send a email, I think I shared it with you Steve, in which he listened to you the last time you were on the podcast and he signed up for one of your classes 'cause I think he was just within 30 miles of you. Steve: 18:15 That's correct. Stan: 18:16 It got just like Steve said and I'll have him again share a list of qualified instructors, firearms instructors, that he would use or that he has gone to their classes and actually verified that they are legit or significant in the industry. Make sure we'll share that stuff with you, as well. Stan: 18:41 But like Steve said, it's absolutely important to get that training. I train police officer 15 years and even they don't have as much time as they should on protecting their firearm, getting it in and out of the holster, establishing that "muscle memory" and preparing for someone that is intentional about hurting you. That doesn't happen to often in your lifetime, but a traumatic attack when someone that is really, they have that thing, either some liquid courage I call alcohol, or some type of drug that takes them to a place where they're not thinking sensibly or they're just have decided that you are the target and they're gonna execute an attack ... It doesn't happen often, but when it does you have to be ready to go beyond just verbal commands. Something you might have to be prepared to do, especially for a surprise attack or ambush type situation, you have to be prepared to respond to these things. Stan: 20:00 Seek out a lot of training on the range. Go ahead and invest into a training firearm, I'm talkin' maybe a little rubber gun or something like that that's similar to what you carry and then you and your buddies get together in a safe manner just wrestle around. Get out the house and put it some time where somebody's trying to get your weapon so you can figure out what am I gonna do? Stan: 20:29 In case and point, I was really hard on the officers. If there's any listening, they really, you'll vouch for this. I was hard on the officers and I would literally, this is no joke, some of the other instructors look at me like I was crazy, but I would slap them so hard when I get on their gun and they wouldn't knock my hand off of it. Just something as simple as that. So I would hit 'em and give them some physical encouragement so that they know that this is serious. There's a couple of training recruits that I made cry, boys and girls. I made 'em cry, but it's so that you train in a sterile environment and as much as you can try to make it so that this is real. Stan: 21:14 You need to practice the fight for your life so that you know when you actually do, you can handle a three minute fight or protect your weapon, or even while you on the ground, try to figure out how would I pull it out of my holster if someone is on top of me. How do I adjust my body? These are really really important things that we spend really not enough time. You still need to spend a lot of time on the range and in target shooting, but no one spends time trying to figure out, what would actually happen if? What would I do? Same thing with the training weapon, I keep saying training weapon because I don't want nobody accidentally shooting their friend. What would I do if I just parked somewhere in my garage and someone opened up my door and came inside my drivers side door and pinned me to my passenger side door where I couldn't get my firearm out and I still got my seatbelt on. These are those things that don't happen often, but when they do, if you have a plan you got a better chance of surviving attack like that. Steve: 22:18 That's actually awesome, awesome advice. I'm glad you said that. That's something that should probably be discussed in a future article or podcast. Having the experience and the skills and the ability what Stan is referring to, not only does it better prepare you for such an incident, it also puts you in a position where if you have those skills and you know how you would probably properly respond, it makes one less likely to prematurely go to the handgun when they think "Wow, this person is about to unleash some violence on me. My only response is gonna be I go to my handgun, and then it turns out I was wrong. There was video I did it prematurely. Now I'm facing a brandishment issue." Stan: 23:14 Oh we've had several of those. Really, these people, they were lucky Steve, that we had the resources to handle their mistake. You guys gotta be careful out there because those mistakes cost 10,000 to start with and then it goes up from there. If you dip too far away from us and go outside of coverage, then you're on your own and that sucks. We want to do everything in our power to take care of you and that's why we give you guys these articles and podcasts and different things so you can learn from the mistakes of others. Learn from the challenges of others. Don't make you that guy because that guy, it hurts when somebody says "Will the defendant please stand." Nobody wants to hear that. Nobody. Stan: 24:09 Be mindful of those things and before Steve steps back in, I passed up a few things that they said something significant, he and Mike. I'm one when I'm in the car I like to carry on hip as well, but I too, I carry secondary weapons. I have a real nice seven, eight inch, I think it's an eight inch knife that my door, right inside my drivers side door, I have an additional one over on my passenger side and some other thing I hold up in different areas of my car so that if I do get pushed down somewhere and Michael calls it, what did you say? I ball up into a fetal position? I'm a pretty tough guy but, if I get caught slippin', I know that if I got pushed into a fetal position, which is not my go to position, but if I got pushed into a fetal position because someone got the jump on me at the gas station or whatever, I fall into a position and a space where there's another weapon that I'm gonna do some major damage so that I can get to my gun. So those are things you guys to think about- Steve: 25:29 That's awesome. Stan: 25:29 Plus, Steve talked about carrying a gun in places where you cannot, or not carrying because you know you can't carry a firearm. But don't forget those who are CCW Safe members, we cover you for any legal weapon. If you can't carry a firearm and you have another legal weapon or weapon of opportunity or even physical force to defend the life of yourself or another, we got you covered. That's one of the reasons why when Mike and I designed these models and the police union model, we made sure that we said "Okay. We need to cover these guys like we had coverage when we were in the police department." There were times we couldn't use, like at the state fair, there's so many people that you wouldn't dare pull your gun out and start shooting in that direction where there's a suspect, plus 50 people behind 'em depending on your distance. Stan: 26:27 There's other things that we have to have or weapons of opportunity have been used to take a life on the police department with like flashlights and such. A lot of officers had to feel people flashlights. These two of the things that we would if there was cement screw you had to pick up and defend your life, we got you. We got you covered. Anyway, that's what I kinda wanted to talk about coverage. The people, they really like to know how deep that goes, Steve. So go ahead and continue sir. Steve: 26:56 Excellent. Well one of the things I kinda wanted to touch on is that the inexpensive safes that I'm referring to. While they should secure a firearm in most instances, they're not quick access. If you want something that's quick access and also secure, then you're probably looking at additional funds and I have zero issue with that. One of the things that I do kinda like about these more inexpensive lock boxes with the cable is that if you are staying in a place other than your home, let's say for instance it's a travel trailer, it's a hotel room, and you want to be able to secure our handgun from reasonable efforts to have it stolen or to keep children from accessing it, this same lock box can be used to secure the handgun, loop the cable around the doorframe. I'm sure that listeners can find other ways to do that, but that also affords you another means of keeping that handgun secure when it's not on your person. Steve: 28:13 Something that's really important is whether you store a handgun in a vehicle or not. I try to avoid stickers and decals that say things such as "I don't call 911", "Driver only carries $20 worth of ammunition", I try to keep those kinda decals off my vehicle because I think that's just kind of a advertisement that says burglarize me first. I think that's probably a good way to go and also it just makes common sense. Don't leave other items out there that either have decals on your vehicle, but you have like uh you left your cell phone out there. You left the obvious charging cord for maybe a garment or a TomTom or a purse. Or anything that looks like it might hold something of value because it doesn't take any time at all for an experienced criminal to break into your car, grab that particular item, and they're gone. I mean, car alarms are such that we hear 'em going off all the time and what happens when we hear a car alarm going off in a parking lot most of the time? We ignore it. Stan: 29:32 We disregard it, yeah. Steve: 29:33 Somebody was looking for their vehicle. The thing is, anything you can kinda do to keep your vehicle sort of under the radar, be kind of the gray man if you will, I think that helps. The other thing too is think about where you're gonna park your car. Think about it in advance. Are there locations where your car is more likely to be broken into than others? Give that some thought. The closer I can get to a store entrance when I park, that's a good thing. I like parking under lights. I just try to take all those things into consideration that is just not a good idea to put your handgun in a position where others can get it. The numbers, a matter of fact, I believe it was in Memphis that I think the number is over a thousand handguns possibly, or firearms are stolen from vehicles every year. Stan: 30:35 Oh my god. Steve: 30:35 That is, people are losing a lot of guns. In some instances from what I understand, people are leaving handguns in cars and the cars are unlocked. Stan: 30:48 That's right. Steve: 30:48 Just take all this in to consideration. These gun safes are not that expensive and a little bit of foresight can really save you a lot of trouble later. Stan: 30:59 That's right. Mike: 31:00 Hey Steve, can those boxes also the safes, the small safes, can those also be used to transport on planes? Do you know what the policy of that by chance? Steve: 31:15 I'm gonna say that the small ones probably can. I probably need to verify that. I believe that I read that that is the case. But that's also a very, very good way to secure a hand gun, I think the main thing is TSA need to be able to access it. And I'm not sure exactly how that would work with the three digit combinations. By the same token, when I fly I use a three digit combination padlock. I know TSA can access those, but I'm not sure if that's the case on this. We probably just need to check that out before answering. Stan: 31:54 Yeah, make sure you check the rules and regulations associated with each airline that you fly 'cause all of them a little bit different. Also, to piggyback what Steve was just making reference to, I've said this in other podcasts as well, have a plan when you leave your house. There's two things that you shouldn't do at night. Plan to do them during the day. That is to get gas and go to the ATM so that you have a better chance of not being targeted. Stan: 32:26 The other thing, even if you have these boxes and stuff like that, I always say you stopping at the mall, you stop somewhere, if it's a planned stop, stop about two blocks away. Pull over to the side, put your gun in your box, put your purses in your trunk so that people don't see you do these things when you pull up to the mall, and different stuff like that because the greatest point of vulnerability is when you're trying to concentrate on how to store your firearm. Now you've got your head down and doin' different things like that. When you get to the store, you should be ready just to pop out, look around, like Steve said, find a great spot to park, look around make sure there's no strange looking people out, or people out of place. Then get out and go in to the store, making sure your stuff is locked up and there's nothing visible to be stolen. Thanks Steve for all that. Steve: 33:26 Excellent point. Excellent, excellent point. Stan: 33:28 Well Steve I have a million of 'em. Thank you. Steve: 33:40 I don't doubt. And anyway, a big part of it is kinda look at the overall picture. Life in many ways in kind of a strategy. It's like okay, my ultimate plan here is I want to be as trained as I can. I want my practice to have been current. I want to be familiar with the laws regarding the use of force, regardless of where I am. When I'm out in the public, to the extent that I can, I want to be armed. When I can't do that, I want my guns secured. I want to minimize the time that I'm at at-risk locations. Sometimes I realize that cannot be avoided. But, the main thing is just kinda try to use common sense and then in addition to common sense, this is one of the things I really try to drive home with my students, is then you've got to use discipline. When you're tired, or it's raining, or you're cold, or you wanna get something done, saying "You know what? I'm just not gonna do what I know is smart this time," I think that's a slippery slope that you're going down to. Steve: 34:53 I just really encourage all the listeners, I would encourage this to anybody, is just use good judgment, but then always, always, always, follow through if you can. Stan: 35:05 That's right. Michael you're up. Mike: 35:11 I'm just listening, man. Stan: 35:16 Listen, you know you got a million things to say. Steve: 35:20 Stan, I have something to say. Stan: 35:22 Uh oh. Steve: 35:24 This is going back to the comment you made about the use of a defensive knife. Stan: 35:30 Yes, sir. Steve: 35:31 I absolutely subscribe to that. I keep a knife on my person any time I'm not in the hospital doin' somethin' related to being a nose guy. I keep a knife on my person. The ability to use that as a force multiplier, especially for females who in many ways a lot of them are assaulted way different than males are. A lot of times with females, and this is maybe even true for smaller males, is that the other person is more prone to just using physical force in order to force their will and get what they want, as opposed to the threat of using a handgun in order to accomplish that. Having that knife on your person, close access, and having it in a position where I can access it or it can be accessed relatively quickly, and knowing how to use it when you're in an entangled situation, man those are awesome skills. If you have that ability in order to do that and you have nothing in your hands more than a really robust stainless steel ink pen, you're well armed. Stan: 37:01 Absolutely. Steve: 37:01 You can do a lot of damage with that ink pen in terms of putting the other person in a situation where they're forced to break contact or they can't continue doing whatever it was when they were attempting to injure you, sexually assault you, or kill you for that matter. Stan: 37:22 That's right. Hey Mike what is the name of the ... The name just escapes me. What's the name of the bracelet that you and I wear? Mike: 37:35 Oh, the underarm, I mean the Leatherman Tread? Stan: 37:36 Yes, that's right. The Leatherman Tread, if you don't know what that is, pick one up because it's a very, very cool looking piece and it has a lot of tools and stuff on it, but I wear it a lot because it too, I've learned how to adjust it to make it a impromptu weapon. It's one of my favorite ones to wear on the planes. I open it open and drop it down to almost cover my knuckles if I had to deal with something like that. There's a different way you can carry it with the tools that you can use as almost a cutting type device to defend yourself if somebody got you wrapped up and they tryin' to go for your gun and you take it and you just kinda rip a portion of skin across the top of their forehead and make 'em bleed into their eye. Poke and do anything you need to do. You really have to have the mindset to say, "if you're going for my gun, I am going to bite pieces of your cheek out. I'm gonna pull your eyeball out." You gotta be ready to do all those things. Stan: 38:45 When I talked about the training and the academy, I'm really not playing about that. One of those individuals who could not get me off of his gun, five years later, he answered a call here in Oklahoma City in which he was attacked. It was a robbery call and they said the guy only had a knife so he got out, he wasn't prepared. The guy ended up physically attacking him, taking his gun from him, standing over top of the officer, and shooting at him while he was on the ground. While he twisted and turned, only the hand of God saved that officer from being injured 'cause that guy was right above him and he wasn't shot. The bottom line to the story is it's very serious. You are carrying around a tool of death and destruction and you need to act like it. You need to be able to protect it. Think about these different things. Pick up the pens, the things that can be used as impromptu weapons to protect yourself in the secondary. Steve: 40:09 You know Stan, there was actually a tactical pen that I saw at the shot show this year called the Impromptu. Stan: 40:17 Really? Pull that out. Steve: 40:19 Yes, it's made by Gerber. It's actually a decent writing instrument. It actually is one of the click pens so it's not one of the ones you have to take it in two pieces and everything. Something like that in your hand, especially if you know how to use it and your target is forehead and eyes, that's a pretty awesome tool for doing that. If you don't have anything else, especially recommend this to people that are having to walk to their cars at nighttime after dark. Just simply having that pen in your hand and an understanding of few very, very basic moves can go a long ways towards making sure that you're less likely to be injured or worse. Stan: 41:14 I love that. I think I'm a get that one. I just saw a picture of it on the internet. Mike: 41:19 Yeah, I pulled it up. I pulled it up too while [crosstalk 00:41:22] Stan: 41:22 Impromptu technical pen. Steve: 41:24 Yes, sir. Stan: 41:25 I like those. Steve: 41:25 Yeah, you're timing is awesome. Stan: 41:28 Yeah I actually keep something similar to that on my visor, but I like that one. I'm a get that. Stan: 41:37 Oh, thank you sir. Yeah, you know what you're right. That's one of those things, what can I carry on the airplane? Stan: 41:42 You guys, it's really important to do all these things and to prepare. Always remember, Steve talked about it before in one of his last podcast about training with jiu jitsu and some type of martial arts and keeping yourself physically ready to defend yourself. No matter how old you get, you have to figure it out for your body type and what you do to be able to defend yourself. Don't just walk around and grow old into a victim. Get yourself ready and do what you can to survive. Just really important to seek out these instructors. Physical martial arts type training should go side by side with firearms training. It's a close cousin and it too will save your life. You have to do these things. Mike: 42:38 Yeah and I would just tell people too, look back over some of our articles, especially from Steve. In the podcast we had Steve on not too long ago, we talked one about gear. But also Bob O'Connor, his series. If you just search Bob O'Connor you'll pull up some of his articles as well. You have one on the principles of concealed carry and one being mindset. So we definitely have things on our side that can kind of point you in the right direction. Ultimately it's going to come down to you as a concealed carrier, taking it upon yourself to do some of these things that we're recommending because I do strongly believe everything we've said here today, I totally believe in. When I saw that post by Mac it was like, it's so true that just because- Stan: 43:46 [crosstalk 00:43:46] Mac's social media, he'd be great to follow because- Mike: 43:50 Yeah, he would. Stan: 43:50 We're talking about a hero in training. I don't know anybody that goes as hard as Mac. Mike: 43:57 I think it is ... let me look it up right quick. TMA on Instagram, he does a lot of stuff on Instagram and it is TMACSINC. That's Pat McNamara. He's got some really good drills and for law enforcement he's got some great shooting drills with sandbags and doing things along with the shooting. I haven't seen much of those on there lately. He had a lot of those in the past. Stan: 44:42 Yeah he's mixing up, but you definitely need to follow him. He's the real deal and you talk about extreme training, you just take what he does and kinda dumb it down for your body type and level. You can really, really increase your abilities just by getting a lot of that stuff done. It's really hard to not train static, but it really is important to raise your heart rate because if somebody surprise attacks you, everything is gonna shut down and your body is gonna prepare for trauma. So your body prepares for war, but in doing so there's things happening in your body that you're not gonna be able to control, so you gotta try to recreate that or get it as close as you can to that and see how you respond when you shoot a firearm at that time. Those are really, really important to do so find people. Stan: 45:41 You know Pat and you know of course Vicars and all the rest of our guys. Jeff Gonzalez and Spalding and some of the others that we subscribe to and that are associated with CCW Safe as well. Just find these trainers and put in the work. Put in the work so that when you get attacked, you don't have to. Mike: 46:02 And speaking of, we're actually having Larry on next week, I believe. Stan: 46:07 That's right. [crosstalk 00:46:09] Mike: 46:10 I'll reach out to Pat too and probably get him on. Stan: 46:13 That would be awesome. Mike: 46:15 He's got a really good deal talking about personal protection detail, controlling your own personal protection detail. And he's got some really good- Stan: 46:30 Be your own body guard. Mike: 46:31 Short videos on those. What was that? Steve: 46:38 I think you said being your own body guard. Stan: 46:40 Yeah, be your own body guard. But it derives from the sentinel, correct Mike? Mike: 46:46 Yeah, he has a book called the Sentinel that I would say if you haven't read that, get it. You can get it on Amazon. I think you can get a digital format, it's just a short read. It's a very short read, but it's just on being your own sentinel for you and your family. Developing personal protection details, plans, and it's just a great blueprint for your own personal safety plans. Stan: 47:20 Absolutely. Mike: 47:22 Lets talk about, are there any other social media that you follow, Steve, that you would recommend for people? Steve: 47:36 I'll tell you what, I like Greg Ellifritz. A lot of the information he puts out I find very sound. There's another instructor that actually did a interview with him and submitted an article, named Cecil Burch. Cecil Burch, he has a company called Immediate Action Combatives and he is very much dialed into just the short range, a realistic approach to dealing with a situation in where your near contact distance or contact distance in such a manner that regardless of your age and almost your physical condition, you can do things that lessen the chances that you're going to be taken out of the fight immediately. Basically, you can pick your skills and use them as a speed bump in order to gain some time and then turn the odds back into your favor. So I follow him, anything by Craig Douglas. Another guy named Paul Sharp. These guys, they blog, they post on Facebook and I pretty much read everything that they do very carefully. Tom Gibbons, y'all have heard me talk about him multiple times. With range master, he has a monthly newsletter. Always got some good articles in that. Another person that I follow is Carl Wren KR training. He is a retired college professor, grand master IPSC shooter and a basically a full time trainer. Just very, very, very bright. Very articulate. Very analytical. I just kinda listen to what these guys have to say and they're not all guys. Steve: 49:36 Melody is someone whenever she posts something, she especially kind of tuned in to the perhaps a female perspective on self defense. She's a relatively small female and what she has done and can do, she's very- Mike: 49:53 Who's that? Steve: 49:54 In to Melody Lauer. Mike: 50:00 Lauer? Steve: 50:02 Lauer. LAUER I believe. Mike: 50:05 And then what was Cecil Burch's training program called? Steve: 50:11 Immediate Action Combatives. Mike: 50:15 Okay. Steve: 50:15 Yeah, very, very, very articulate. Very articulate, I mean everything he says is very insightful and it's doable. There's no cool ninja commando stuff in his program. It's largely based upon common sense. He's got outstanding martial arts background in addition to his firearms background. He's a ... Golly, he's a ... I'm not sure how many stripes he has, but he's a black belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu under Megaton. And so- Mike: 50:52 Where is he at? Missouri? Steve: 50:54 Out of Phoenix, Arizona. Mike: 50:57 Oh Phoenix, okay. Steve: 50:59 Phoenix, Arizona. Matter of fact, he's not too far from Ernest Langdon. He and Ernest are acquainted. I try to read that stuff all the time. I'd rather kinda learn a lot of that material through their experience as opposed to my experience, 'cause you know what, a lot of experience I've gained is a kind of specific to me and some of it has been kind a painful acquiring so, I'd rather, I like to read that kinda stuff and say "oh wow, this guy found himself in that situation. This is how he dealt with it, or this is how he or she believed they could have dealt with it better. Okay." I filed that away in my mental Rolodex which means that okay, I've seen this. This is something that I can use to benefit myself if I find myself in what appears to be a like scenario. Mike: 51:52 You know that's some good stuff. I was pulling a lot of these up as you were talking about 'em. This is something that we should start doing, Stan. Start recommending some of these, some of the people that we follow, and some of the other companies that we're dealing with now. Stan: 52:16 Yeah, I love that. Steve: 52:17 There's a lot of good instructors out there and one of the things that I've noticed a trend towards is that we're seeing more of the, how should I say this, works for practical self defense scenarios. When I first started training which was in 1993, the premise was that the guy was always gonna have a revolver held at belly level and he's gonna be wearing a ski mask. Okay so that's how we always trained and everything that we ever shot was a guy like that. And then we got in to the whole tactical side of that, which was cool. Tactical carbines, shotguns, team tactics, high risk entry, vehicle defense, did a bunch of that. And that was cool too. But, I always kind of saw myself when I did this, I think I'm kind of like a grownup kid here. I'm having a great time and I'm sure some of these skills could be useful to me at some point, but I'm not sure exactly when. Steve: 53:24 Now we're seeing a trend where we have so much video out there, John Corriea has done a wonderful job of a, and hopefully I pronounced his name correctly, of getting out a lot of video on situations where people had to defend themselves against perhaps a beat down, a stabbing, a robbing, a kidnapping. Now we can kinda see what's happening in these real life situations. And so our training now has become more specific to dealing with those kind of situations which I think this is probably one of the best times ever for a concealed carrier to be investing in training. Stan: 54:07 That's right. Steve: 54:14 [crosstalk 00:54:14] There's a lot of good stuff out there, a lot of good stuff out there. Sorry I interrupted. Mike: 54:18 That's all right. Just Stan wanted to, you had sent a text saying you wanted to cover, you wanted to address some email or something? Stan: 54:26 Yeah, just real quick. Mike and I, we always suggest you guys call in and give us some feedback on the podcast and all the stuff that we're doing to help you become your own risk manager. So real quick, want to give a shout out to a few people starting off with Clip Beasley, he's a supportive one, his quote was "Today I unlocked my phone and the start of your podcast, it began playing." He was really excited, he listened to it. He says he really appreciates the things that we're doing and it's very positive, our association. He kinda gave us a big shout out for what we doing with the podcast and said kudos. Then we have Michael W. From North Carolina. He's a former law enforcement officer. He retired from North Carolina state LEO and he says that "I gained a lot of insight from your messages. I recently switched from," I'm not gonna name the company, "and have gained more from CCW Safe in a month than I did from them in almost two years. Please continue to podcast." Stan: 55:43 And then finally, from J Ralsh in Virginia, it's a pretty long one, I'm not gonna read all of it, but he said, "Gentlemen, I want to let you know I'm enjoying the new podcast. Informative, interesting, and continue drill down the critical factors of self defense. Same goes for the articles, videos, and online training you provide." He had a story where, following listening to the podcast, he actually had a incident, a road rage incident and a guy jumped out who had, getting in front of him. He jumped out and started coming back toward his car. He had positioned himself tactically already and he put it in reverse and backed away. And then he did 20 feet first and then kept coming 20 more feet until the guy got frustrated and got back in his car. He said, then is quote states, "I want to let you know your hard work and dedication has paid off. Education is key for CCW Safe carriers and most don't have nearly enough as they should. Keep up the good work and thank you for what you do for the community." Stan: 56:45 So I want to let you guys know we appreciate that. Keep sending in your stories. We love to hear that you know you're using your head to avoid these incidents. You're planning ahead so not to be in these situations and you're not launching yourself into deadly force situations when you have the power to remove yourself. So thanks a lot for those who are listening and having successful outcomes and not changing their lives with a deadly force incident. Mike: 57:16 Yeah, that's awesome to hear. We love hearing those stories because it's just awesome to hear that people are, they're getting something out of the articles, out of the podcast, so forth. So yeah, keep those coming in. Mike: 57:32 All right, well we're right at about an hour. Anybody have anything to add? Steve: 57:38 I tell you what, I thought this was a good topic. I know it is not real sexy in terms of, okay you just need to be able to secure your gun and everything, but think it's really important and I hope this is of some benefit to our listeners. Mike: 57:59 And I think it's something, it's just not, it's something that a lot of people don't think about and a lot of people may not want to think about it, but like you said, it is very important. You have to think about all these things we've talked about today. Mike: 58:19 Steve, thanks for coming on again. I'm sure we'll, well I'll see you next, I'll see you Monday, right? Steve: 58:25 Yes, sir. Mike: 58:27 And Stan, I will see you next week. Stan: 58:31 Yes, sir. [crosstalk 00:58:34] Mike: 58:35 All right. You guys take care. Steve: 58:35 Okay guys. Be safe out there. Stan: 58:35 Thank you. Mike: 58:35 Bye, take care.