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Best Drum and Bass Podcast
Podcast 367 – Bad Syntax & Split the Adam

Best Drum and Bass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 92:42


WOO! 2022 is in full swing and so are the releases! In the resident mix, I am pretty sure every tune played other than the abducted bits are 100% new in the inbox from the past week. ALSO we have up and comer Split the Adam in the guest mix to rock with you as well! Lock it in and lets get it moving!Like what you hear? Drop a donation at https://streamlabs.com/badsyntaxdnbSubscribe to the podcast: bestdrumandbass.podlink.to/podcastMore info and tracklist at: https://www.bestdrumandbass.com/podcast367/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Infinite Rabbit Hole
Sasquatch with Carter Buschardt

Infinite Rabbit Hole

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 84:04


We have a very special episode for all of you today! We are joined by author and sasquatch researcher, Carter Buschardt! He begins our deep dive into the world of the quantum side of Bigfoot aka the Woo! We talk about his experiences of the unexplainable as well as some of the content in his books! You do not want to miss this episode, we promise its going to make you think long and hard about the world around you! Welcome back to Infinite Rabbit Hole! InfiniteRabbitHole.com Carter's Info! https://www.relichominid.com/ SQExplorer@gmail.com Also make sure to visit the publishing company, Beyond the Fray for more amazing books covering all genres of the strange! https://www.beyondthefraypublishing.com/about --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/infiniterabbithole/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infiniterabbithole/support

Spaced Out Radio Show
Jan. 7/22 - The ET Connection with R Keith Andrews

Spaced Out Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 174:23


R Keith Andrews is a lifelong ET Contactee who now helps counsel others about their experiences. Keith comes in the first Friday of each month with the ET Connection to take your questions on the big time WOO, we call ET's.

Best of the Web: the MetaFilter Podcast
180: Is Sunset A Local Phenomenon?

Best of the Web: the MetaFilter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 183:47


I checked in with management and apparently we have to do a 2022 now even though we just finished wiht 2021. Jessamyn and I do our best to roll into the new year and talk about MetaFilter stuff and get in a philosophical discussion of the nature of the literal horizon qua solar objects. Runs about 90 minutes.Helpful LinksPodcast FeedSubscribe with iTunesDirect mp3 downloadMisc - Jessamyn's 2021 wrapup - Library twitter to remain menace - Elmo says worker's rights Jobs - Need a portfolio site for my writing / editing / translation business by Sheydem-tants Projects - Noddy screams "It's Christmas!" for one hour by Shepherd - Volunteer Responsibility Amnesty Day by brainwane (MeFi Post) - Emma Goldcoin by motty - Triple Tautonyms by malevolent - Overtime (a seasonal Laundry Files tale) by cstross MetaFilter - Wordle: A daily word guessing game by hurdy gurdy girl - Wow'en Wilson: The Quiz by Pater Aletheias - HarDCore Videos by Cash4Lead - Free thread! by cortex - Bro. ... Bro. *Bros.* by rewil - Are you a good person? by dancestoblue - Um something has come up... HOOOOOLLLYYY SHIIIITTTTTTT by jessamyn - street fighter, more like, uh, sheet...highlighter by cortex - Sorry, Steve, but we'll use your scene in the DVD's bonus footage by not_on_display Ask MetaFilter - Mental breaks at work by roaring beast - How do I help a friend with cleanup and moving forward? by zooropa - a comment by The Wrong Kind of Cheese - What do healthy people do? by coffeeand - I need to talk to Santa then I need Santa to talk to my kid... by If only I had a penguin... - What's that weird instrument: The Beatles: Get Back edition by 2N2222 - Animal Doctor, M.D. by averageamateur - Recommend boring people taking about kind of boring things? by aspo - EMDR therapy: True or Woo? by Anonymous - Can I (re)read this? by Gotanda - How to disassociate fan behavior from fandoms? by The Adventure Begins MetaTalk - It can be terrifying to make a Front Page post. Please be kind. by bondcliff - Metafilter Webring by beesbees - Newsletter 4: Secrets by Eyebrows McGee - Newsletter 5: Farewell to 2021 by Eyebrows McGee - Your video games of 2021 by curious nu Back to MetaFilter for a second to talk about Babble Royale - Scrabnite? Fortble? by backseatpilot

The Limitless Mother Podcast
EP 212B: The Most Transformational Shift You Can Make // Your Most Abundant Year Yet Part 1

The Limitless Mother Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 46:09


Happy new year, happy new ABUNDANCE coming your way my love.  Oh me oh my I am EXCITED to kick off this four-part series on making 2022 Your Most Abundant Year Yet. Today we're just getting stuck right in from the get-go.  I'm bringing a little bit of fire, as your business bestie that's my job sometimes, right?  We're going to be getting all the way real about what is the single most transformational shift you can make… if you TRULY want 2022 to be different.  And by different, I mean more abundant.  And by more abundant, I mean more of that cash flowing into your bank account, your business, your life. Yes.  2022 CAN be the year your finances uplevel drastically, my love.  But you're gonna have to start with this one shift.  Do not pass Go! until you've made this shift! Catch the show notes here: https://corijavid.com/podcasts/mostabundantpart1 Grab my FREE training: Three Secret Strategies to Make More Money as a Mother: https://corijavid.com/training

LOA Daily
LOA Daily - TYA In Forbes Magazine!

LOA Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 60:35


Our friend, David Strickel's TYA system got a great writeup in Forbes magazine today! Congratulations, David and TYA community! Woo hoo! Walt reads the article out loud on the show, and it really sets us up energetically for the rest of the show. Bridget and Walt also talk about the various practices we have engaged in recently in order to go “up the spiral”. Plus we have a good discussion about dealing with sugar addiction. Subscribe to the LOA Today podcast: https://www.loatoday.net/subscribe #loatoday #lawofattraction #manifesting #vibration #podcast #deliberatecreators #Q&A #waltthiessen #moniquescott #bridgetd #loatodayapp

Heroes Three · Adventures in Asian Cinema

 Download Episode hereWelcome back to Heroes Three podcast! Matthew, Marty, and Carlos bring in the new year with a short episode discussing physical media releases of the past year and beyond. We also take some time to reflect on some of the events of the past year. Thank you for listening!https://linktr.ee/Heroes3PodcastNew logo work by Warren - https://www.instagram.com/ultimatewarrenCheck out TheFanaticalDragon's channel!Find balance in your life through Roy Horan's YouTube channelKeanu Meets Sonny Chiba!

Switched Podcast
#48 - "Hyrulian's Disco Elysium Review"

Switched Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 60:48


Is it a ten outta ten? Find out in this epic podcast episode. Published early and late at the same time! Woo hoo!

The Bangkok Podcast | Conversations on Life in Thailand's Buzzing Capital
The Bangkok Podcast Covid Christmas Clusterf#@k Extravaganza [S5.E42]

The Bangkok Podcast | Conversations on Life in Thailand's Buzzing Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 50:24


It's a COVID Christmas Craptacular! The guys discuss all the ways that COVID has made the holiday season difficult for expats and travelers to Thailand. To start things off, Greg plays a quick conversation with podcast supporter Ash, who is now more or less locked out of Thailand due to the recent tightening of restrictions. So much for planning ahead! Next, Ed details his absolutely epic adventure to Ohio. Despite a successful last-minute scramble to get the right health insurance and beat the deadline for applying for a Thailand Pass, he managed to test positive for COVID on Christmas Eve! So much for spending Christmas with his family for the first time in 20 years. Despite no symptoms whatsoever, he tested positive a week later and is now unable to get back into Thailand under the new rules, so he is stuck in Ohio for the time being. Never fear: the Bangkok Podcast will go on as usual.  Last, Greg plays a short conversation with Scott, sometime podcast co-host. Unlike Ed, Scott does not have COVID, but what he also doesn't have is a Thailand Pass, thanks to a lack of hotel paperwork. The result: he's stuck in Canada for the time being. Maybe Ed and Scott can have a locked out of Thailand party! Woo hoo! Don't forget that Patrons get the ad-free version of the show as well as swag and other perks. And we'll keep our Facebook, Twitter, and LINE accounts active so you can send us comments, questions, or whatever you want to share.

Tinseltown - The Holiday Movie Podcast
State of the Canon - 2021

Tinseltown - The Holiday Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 30:53


For a variety of reasons, the Mayor is flying solo this week, so sit back and relax as he takes a leisurely stroll through an unchanged canon. UNCHANGED?! Yes, thanks to two executive decisions and frankly a rough year from the randomizer, there's no need to add or remove anything, so we can just chill! Woo!

Embrace Your Strengths
Episode 55 Grounded and Growing with Rachel Dodds

Embrace Your Strengths

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 29:52


Rachel's Top 5 CiftonStrengths are: ACTIVATOR, WOO, BELIEF, ADAPTABILITY & POSITIVITY  Rachel has lived in Austin for over two decades. She  started her career in full-time ministry and has since found a fulfilling career in Human Resources, most recently as an HR Business Partner at Dell.   Rachel gets life from connecting with people, eating at Matt's el Rancho, and taking spontaneous roadtrips.   Coaching  and Workshops with Barbara Culwell Subscribe & Leave a Review on Embrace Your Strengths Link to Take CliftonStrengths Assessment      

The Limitless Mother Podcast
EP 212A: PSA: We Can't Start 2022 Until We've Talked About THIS Elephant in the Room

The Limitless Mother Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 21:51


We are interrupting your scheduled broadcast with this important announcement. Happy New Year my love!  We're gonna get to the good stuff, I have 4 elevated AF episodes coming at you this month. But we cannot - I repeat: cannot - start 2022 until we've talked about THIS elephant in the room.   Catch the show notes here: https://corijavid.com/podcasts/psaelephant Get my free training: Three Secret Strategies to Make More Money as a Mother https://corijavid.com/training

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25得10

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 55:10


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All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast
Outback Bowl Recap & Reaction vs. Penn State

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 21:05


Hogs went to the Outback Bowl and won their first bowl game in five years! Listen as Sam recaps this game where the Hogs ran wild for 353 rushing yards, had a solid defense, and took care of business overall in their first game in 2022! Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!

Big Sky Astrology Podcast
106 | Aries First Quarter: The Nike Moon!

Big Sky Astrology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 35:23


April and Jen are thanking you, sweet podpals, for 100k downloads! The next two weeks bring a variety of aspects with a somewhat foggy flavor: Jupiter asks us to believe, Ted-Lasso-style; Venus runs a relay race with Neptune, then hands the baton to the Sun; an Aries First Quarter Moon pushes us forward; Mars drives through the haze towards Neptune, before going out-of-bounds; Mercury joins Venus at the retrograde party; and the Sun meets up with powerful Pluto. Plus: kal sarpa yoga, vexing electronics, and just doing it! Read full show notes for this episode at the BSA pod page! Contribute just $5 or more (or become a monthly ongoing donor!) to receive the super-secret, extra-special Capricorn Solstice bonus episode – a 3-month preview of the planetary action to come! Enjoy past episodes and leave comments at the BSA podcast site! Catch April's weekly column at her website! Read a full transcript of this episode. Episode timestamps: 00:30 – April & Jen say, “Woo hoo! Yay!” Thank you, sweet podpals, for 100k downloads! You like us, you really like us!

Blind Hog and Acorn
Season 3, Episode #1~ Happy 2022!

Blind Hog and Acorn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 34:15


Just when you hoped 2021 would be the end of the Dumpster Fire that was 2020, we get to recycle that New Year wish for 2022!Blind Hog and Acorn spent the past week finishing up farm projects and chores in the unusually warm weather.  Buck shelter has a floor AND bedding, goats have hay to nibble on, and the bunk feeders for goat grain treats are officially done. Phew!Blind Hog and Acorn also have a sponsor this year!  Woo hoo!  Ok ok, so the sponsor is technically "in-house" but hey...  it is a start...Black-eyed peas await!  Happy New Year!

Field Guide To Awesome
FG2A 60: Jon Paul Crimi: Trusting your gut even when everyone is telling you not to

Field Guide To Awesome

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 14:47


This week I'm talking with Jon Paul Crimi .  Originally from Boston, in his early 20s, Jon Paul moved to Los Angeles and quickly became one of the most sought after Celebrity Trainers and Sober Coaches in the Country.  Unexpectedly, he found himself in a breathwork class and had a massive transformation that first time.  Knowing he had to share this technique, he not only began teaching but developed his own unique style and quickly began selling out classes all over Los Angeles.Jon Paul currently resides in Bend Oregon with his wife and two children, but returns monthly to Los Angeles to teach his sold-out classes and workshops, as well as, lead his in-demand Breathwork Teacher Trainings What makes Jon Paul stand apart is his east coast no-nonsense approach. He has taken the “New Agey” part out of breathwork and both companies and corporations are filling his calendar. CEOs and the Forbes set have found themselves in his classes and have hired him to teach all their employees.  Jon Paul has broadened his classes into customized workshops and corporate retreats of all sizes all over the country.Jon Paul has appeared on Good Morning America and has been featured in The Huffington Post and The Hollywood Reporter. You can find him on countless talk shows and podcasts both domestically and internationally, as he continues his work to make breathwork more accessible and mainstream.Jon Paul believes there is no one who can't benefit from this practice and he has the Olympians, Oscar, Emmy and Grammy winners to prove it.  Witnessing people visibly transform, often after just one session, is why he greets each day excited to turn people towards their most authentic selves and he has made it his life work to reach as many people as possible.Listen in to hear about:Trusting your gut, even when everyone is telling you not toWhat happened after he experienced breathwork for the first time 10 years agoTaking the “Woo” and jargon out of the practice of breathwork, making it accessible to everyday peopleYou can learn more about GUEST here:You can check out his breathwork classes and teacher trainings here: https://www.breathewithjp.com/Good morning America, Huffington Post, Los Angeles Magazine, Heal Hay House Summit, Hollywood Reporter, Voyage LAhttps://www.breathewithjp.com/press/ *******If you are a driven entrepreneur who's: At the top of your game, yet find your consistent successes aren't feeling like you thought they would,And you are ready to root out any vestiges of imposter syndrome self-sabotage that are holding you back from expanding out of your comfort zone and into your next level,AND you are ready for success that truly feels like successBook a call with me.We'll have an intimate conversation about you and your business. We'll explore what what might be holding you back from enjoying your success. You'll leave with your next step.If you still need more help at the end of the call, and it makes sense to both of us - we'll talk about what it would look like to work together. If this sounds good to you, click the Book Trina link ==> https://bit.ly/BookTrina *********Would you like to be interviewed on the Field Guide To Awesome Podcast?Are you a Coach and an Entrepreneur?Have you had a major mindset shift that helped you overcome a major business challenge, and allowed you to increase your impact?Would you love to share how you are multiplying your impact using your unique skills and abilities?If so, I'd love to interview you!Apply to be interviewed here on The Field Guide To Awesome podcast:  https://bit.ly/fg2aguestapplicationYou can find me on social media:Facebook Group: The Field Guide To Awesome Podcast Tribewww.facebook.com/groups/thefieldguidetoawesomepodcasttribe/The Field Guide To Awesome: Your Energetic Path To Flow free FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fieldguidetoawesome

Bedtime Stories Podcast Fairytales and Folk Tales from the Lilypad for kids

You are the hero of this audio adventure through a dreamscape. Happy New Year 2022! Wishing you great sleeps, much growth, and big love.  Story, voicework, and audio mix by Marlene Wurfel > www.marlenewurfel.com Train sounds & miscellaneous by: Benboncan; Caquet; Mredig & Inspector J via a Creative Commons Attribution Licence freesound.org https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Music A Simple Lullaby by Jesse Keller via Jamendo Blue Dream by Cheel via YouTube audio library Sea of Ancestry by Jesse Gallagher via YouTube audio library Snowy Peaks by Chris Haugen via YouTube audio library * Emily Carr and Woo are real historical figures you can learn more about :)

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast
Mississippi State Recap & Reaction

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 14:42


Arkansas basketball dropped their 3rd game of the season at Mississippi State on Wednesday when they lost 81-68. In this episode, Sam talks about the issues that resulted in these losses, including point guard play, turnovers, and much more. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!

The Black Announce Table
Episode 210 - "5th Annual Brammy Awards Show"

The Black Announce Table

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 128:10


It's time to give away some AWARDS! Woo! The gang is back with their 5th Brammy Award Show. We give out a bunch of awards, also give WWE Day One predictions, Toni Storm being released, TTMN listener questions, and AS ALWAYS so much more on the last episode of 2021. Everyone stay safe, enjoy this episode, and HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Today, Explained

2021, it was gonna be fun Get a couple shots and then you're done Then the second the year'd begun We had an insurrection 2021, it was gonna be fun Get a couple shots and then you're done Then the second the year'd begun We had an insurrection Yeah, it wasn't just what we hoped to see We might have started too optimistically So if we keep our expectations low Maybe the world won't seem so terrible Yeah, it wasn't just what we hoped to see We might have started too optimistically So if we keep our expectations low Maybe the world won't seem so terrible Dial back to when the year had begun We were looking forward to the end of hibernation But it didn't even last a week No, it didn't even last a week, mm-hmm On the sixth day of 2021 Vanilla Isis tried to flip the election But looking back we can't agree  On the facts, no, we can't agree, mm-mm Pretty soon we were signing up for shots (Shots!) Talking about shots (Shots!) Shots, shots, shots (Shots!) Everyone was a pharma fan With the Pfizer fam, the Moderna clan (J&J) But we should have known Delta would happen  Most of humanity not getting vaxxed and Fourth wave — fifth wave, in rhythm That's one more wave than feminism! (Woo!) 2021, it was gonna be fun Get a couple shots and then you're done But according to Joe Rogan You should take Ivermectin Yeah, it wasn't just what we hoped to see We might have started too optimistically So if we keep our expectations low Maybe the world won't seem so terrible A booster, I'm not sure I need it Dune on the IMAX, I seen it Back to the good life, I dreamed it (Arrakis) Wake up, reality, don't fit Hope you don't need a house or a condo (a condo) Hope you don't need a trip to Toronto (Toronto) Hope you don't need some gas for your Durango (Durango) Hope you don't need a can of dried mangos (dried mangos) Everyone is feeling frustration Quitting jobs — the Great Resignation Blaming Biden for rising inflation While billionaires shoot off to space, racing Did we fix the grid in Texas? (Yes!) Figure out how wide the Suez is? (Yes!) Don't ask me, all I see on TV  It's just fights on Critical Race Theory 2021, it was gonna be fun Get a couple shots and then you're done Moving onto issue number one: Whether to allow abortions Yeah, it wasn't just what we hoped to see We might have started too optimistically So if we keep our expectations low Maybe the world won't seem so terrible I just want to be free (I just want to be free) Of thinking about Covid-19 And I just want to see (I just want to see) Something done about global warming And I still don't get NFT's (Don't get NFTs) Can't understand crypto currency  And we can't agree on anything (No, we can't agree) But at least we got together to free Britney (Oh, baby, baby) 2021, it was gonna be fun Get a couple shots and then you're done Then the second as the year'd begun We had an insurrection And people lied about the last election And made it harder to vote in elections At least we don't have another election Wait, I think there's another election... 2021, it was gonna be fun Get a couple shots and then you're done Then the second we thought we'd won We're learning how to say “omicron” Guess you never know what's gonna come through Making plans for things you'll never do  But take it from a brown guy (and a Jew) There's always 2022. This song was written and performed by Sean Rameswaram and Noam Hassenfeld, produced by Noam, engineered by Efim Shapiro, and features additional vocals from Christina Animashaun. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast
Outback Bowl Preview & Prediction vs. Penn State

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 23:14


Hogs are going bowling! Listen to this episode as Sam gives a full preview of an Arkansas offense without Treylon Burks, opt outs from both teams, full coverage of both teams, and his prediction!Time Stamps:Penn State Offense: 0:43Arkansas Defense: 5:48Arkansas Offense: 11:39Penn State Defense: 16:45Special Teams: 19:46Prediction: 20:48Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!

Jeff Grant's Evolving Podcast
#82 Top 10 TV of 2021

Jeff Grant's Evolving Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 101:22


On this week's podcast I got together with an old friend of mine from elementary school, Jack Brewster, to go through our top 10 TV shows of 2021. It's been a crazy year and it was fun to celebrate our favorites and share some the other had never heard of. We discussed around 20 shows here, in case you're looking for recommendations (though I imagine you've already seen many of them if you follow this stuff). Hope y'all enjoy the episode and HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR! Woo hoo!! Jeff Grant's Evolving Podcast is available on SoundCloud, iTunes, Stitcher & Google Play Music. I need to get it back on Spotify but it's not there at the moment (sorry). Thanks for listening!

Crystal to Join - A Clash of Clans Podcast
Episode 62 - Woo Joins to talk Friendly Wars, Clash Gifts and New Years Resolutions

Crystal to Join - A Clash of Clans Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 109:27


Wizard of Woo joins C-Note and Karl to talk about the CFF friendly war, the upcoming New Years year, clash gifts and New Years resolutions.

Best Drum and Bass Podcast
Podcast 364 – Bad Syntax & Sam Foxx

Best Drum and Bass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 89:44


SURPRISE!!! Were publishing a day early due to the holidays to make sure you all get your basslines in a timely fashion, that wont interrupt any travelling or other holiday plans :) We know youre going to be rocking out WITH your family anyways, but hey, we are excited! Woo boy! What a week its been my friends! As we prepare for the holidays, we are slightly off schedule, but thats ok! I want to kick off with a HUGE thank you to everyone who came out to support the Neurofunk invasion of respect with myself and Black Sun Empire! It was certainly one for the books! This week we have a very special guest mix by the one and only Sam Foxx here to promote some BIG THINGS happening in the Yana camp (when dont they have big things happening though?). This mix is just what you need! Lock it in and rock out, Christmas is at 170+ BPM this year! For more info including tracklist, visit: https://www.bestdrumandbass.com/podcast364/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dropped Culture
The Killer (1989) - John Woo: The Hong Kong Holiday Continues!

Dropped Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 79:20


As the celebration of all things Woo continues, Dan and Brock jump into the 1989 film, The Killer!A tale of two warriors on the opposite sides of the law, a killer with a conscious and a police officer with a vendetta. Randy!!!!What happens when Mickey Mouse and Dumbo team up to fight a greater evil?Hit that play button and find out!Happy Holidays!Check in with the fellas over at droppedculture.com or over on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!You can even send a good old fashioned email to droppedculturepodcast@gmail.com!Want to give us a present? Just drop us a rating and review on your favorite podcast platform!Thanks for listening!

The Limitless Mother Podcast
EP 211: The Shift // From Money Panic to Best Cash Month Yet (How She Did It)

The Limitless Mother Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 60:23


Ooh YAY I have a TREAT for you today.  Today's episode is a new installment of The Shift Behind the Win in which I share one of my clients' recent wins and we take a close look at what REALLY was required to make that happen so that you can go and apply the same shift to your mindset and experience similar wins yourself. And WHEW this client story is a good one.  We're going to hear from this client in her own words and I'll share with you exactly how much money she made last month but in a nutshell she went from feeling panicked and stressed about money to celebrating her biggest cash month so far in business.  So good! Are you ready to hear the truth about what it takes to make this kind of shift a reality? I know you ladies love these case study style episodes where we hear from my clients directly, so let's do this, let's go to the show.   Catch the show notes here: https://corijavid.com/podcasts/theshift3 If you're ready for that sea change in your thinking, you're ready to unearth and throw away all those old money stories and negative beliefs that have been lurking in the shadows, secretly sabotaging things, enrol in Limitless Money.  Do it as a Christmas present to yourself.  Corijavid.com/limitless

You Can Heal Your Life®
David R. Hamilton, PhD | Why Woo Woo Works (Audiobook Excerpt)

You Can Heal Your Life®

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 47:33


Welcome to our week-long series featuring 2021's most popular audios in the Hay House Unlimited Audio App. Today, we're sharing a chapter from David Hamilton's audiobook Why Woo-Woo Works. David discusses the compelling evidence of why and how alternative therapies work and explains the science and spirituality behind popular alternative practices.  From now through December 22, the app is on sale for just $49/year. Visit hayhouse.com/audio-sale to subscribe now!  

Do the Woo - A WooCommerce Podcast
Matt Mullenweg on WooCommerce at the State of the Word 2021

Do the Woo - A WooCommerce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 6:30


Although WooCommerce was not touched on at the State of the Word, I was able to get in a general question about Woo during Q and A.

Wooisms
Episode 94: Triggered with Tiesha Taylor-Baldwin

Wooisms

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 113:22


This week Woo and Big Hes got an opportunity to sit down with a special guest, Mrs. Tiesha Taylor-Baldwin. Tiesha is family but also a licensed Master's level Social Worker. The entire episode was a mental check but it was much needed. The conversations dealt with personal experiences, coping mechanisms, and helping oneself and others. Listen as these gems were shared. If anyone is dealing with any troubles, bouts of depression or anxiety, please seek professional help. Of course through it all the Woosah of the Moment is shared and then the episode is closed out by Jhené Aiko's Triggered. Don't forget each and every Saturday nights from 10pm-12 am the new episodes of Wooisms drops on Nspire U on Air and the replay on Fridays during the same time. Also, head over to www.wooisms.com for all the latest updates and merchandise. As always peaux up, light the hookah, sit back and enjoy this thang known as Wooisms. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wooisms/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wooisms/support

Best Drum and Bass Podcast
Podcast 363 – Bad Syntax & My Altered Soul

Best Drum and Bass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 86:00


BLACK SUN EMPIRE IS TONIGHT! Woo boy its been a long wait, but the day is upon us. Also a MASSIVE thank you to everyone who came out in AZ for PRESSURE, that show was insane!! So much fun bringing heat to this cold season around the USA!My Altered Soul steps up with a WICKED guest mix this week and unleashes some big time tunes. Lock it in and lets get it moving!Like what you hear? Drop a donation at https://streamlabs.com/badsyntaxdnbSubscribe to the podcast: bestdrumandbass.podlink.to/podcastTracklist and more info: https://www.bestdrumandbass.com/podcast363 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Histórias infantis de pai para filha com Pablo Uchoa

Rã e Sapo são melhores amigos na hora de se divertir e nos momentos difíceis. Um lindo clássico sobre relacionamentos e amizade, recém-lançado no Brasil. Texto e ilustrações: Arnold Lobel Editora: Companhia das Letrinhas Música: Ludwig van Beethoven, 10 Variações sobre 'La stessa, la stessissima' de Salieri, WoO 73 (exdecução Vadim Chaimovich - www.musopen.org) ____ O Histórias de Pai Para Filha é um podcast que agrada a pais e filhos, com histórias produzidas, escritas ou adaptadas por mim, um pai coruja que quer ensinar à sua filha o gosto pelas histórias e pela língua portuguesa. Os episódios saem a cada duas semanas. Acompanhe o podcast no Youtube, onde eu conto algumas histórias por trás das histórias que você escuta aqui! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/depaiparafilha/message

Dropped Culture
Hard Boiled

Dropped Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 102:46


Part 2 of our Hong Kong Holiday! John Woo is a master of action cinema! Hard Boiled stars Chow Yun Fat the baddest of the bad shooting as a cop with ultimate skills and superb kills! Is he good? Is he bad? He is a bad ass! This was the last movie John Woo did in Hong Kong before he went to bring his gun fu style to America! If you like what you hear please leave a like comment or subscribe and visit us at www.droppedculture.com!

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color
E143: Yoo Young-chul Pt 2

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 43:56


(note: time stamps are without ads & may be off a little) This week (in part 2 of a two part series) Beth and Wendy continue to discuss the case of Yoo Young-chul aka The Raincoat Killer, South Korea's most notorious serial killer.  This subject was suggested to us by our Patreon Frances and was researched by Minnie. We get into the investigation & arrest (10:45), the trial (29:42), and "Where are they now?" followed by our takeaways and what we think made the perp snap (33:23).   As usual we close out the show with some tips on how not to get murdered (38:04) and our shout outs (39:41).  Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast and new episodes drop every Thursday, so until next time... look alive guys, it's crazy out there! 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Want to Support the show? You can support the show by rating and reviewing Fruitloops on iTunes, or anywhere else that you get your podcasts from.  We would love it if you gave us 5 stars! You can make a donation on the Cash App https://cash.me/$fruitloopspod Or become a monthly Patron through our Podbean Patron page https://patron.podbean.com/fruitloopspod Footnotes Articles/Websites Wikipedia contributors. (11/14/2021). Yoo Young-chul. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoo_Young-chul Moon, B. (08/13/2004). Bizarre confession made. Korea Joongang Daily. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2454583 Ahn, Y. (08/13/2004). Serial Killer Claims to Have Eaten Victims' Organs. The Chosun Ilbo. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2004/08/13/2004081361048.html The Chosun Ilbo. (07/26/2004). Prosecutors Begin Investigation of Serial Killer. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2004/07/26/2004072661033.html?related_all Korea Joongang Daily. (07/30/2004). Prosecutors try to buttress case against killer. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=2448964 Wikipedia contributors. (10/31/2021). Capital punishment in South Korea. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_South_Korea Korea Joongang Daily. (07/19/2004). Yoo's history hints at drive to kill, escape punishment https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2443931 The Chosun Ilbo. (07/18/2004). Suspect in Serial Killing Caught. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from  http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2004/07/18/2004071861017.html Korea Joongang Daily. (07/18/2004). Suspect held in killings of masseuses, elderly. Retrieved 11/23/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2443366 Murderpedia. (n.d.). Yoo YOUNG-CHUL. Retrieved 11/23/2021 from https://murderpedia.org/male.Y/y/young-chul.htm Criminal Minds Wiki. (n.d.). Yoo Young-chul. Retrieved 11/23/2021 from https://criminalminds.fandom.com/wiki/Yoo_Young-chul Korea Joongang Daily. (07/20/2004). Serial killer was caught by masseuses, not the police. Retrieved 11/24/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2444505 Fraga, Kaleena. (11/04/2021). The Chilling Crimes Of Yoo Young-chul, South Korea's Terrifying ‘Raincoat Killer.' All That's Interesting. Retrieved 11/24/2021 from https://allthatsinteresting.com/yoo-young-chul Digital Chosun. (07/19/2004). Serial Killer Confesses to Additional Murders. Retrieved 11/24/2021 from http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2004/07/19/2004071961006.html Ko, Dae-hoon; Min, Seong-jae. (07/18/2004). Suspect held in killings of masseuses, elderly. Korea Joongang Daily. Retrieved 11/24/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2443366 History Yu, Woo-ik; Lee, Chan. (09/29/2021). Seoul. Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 12/03/2021 from https://www.britannica.com/place/Seoul History.com Editors. (02/02/2018). South Korea. History. Retrieved 12/03/2021 from https://www.history.com/topics/korea/south-korea Blakemore, Erin. (02/27/2017). How Japan Took Control of Korea. History. Retrieved 12/03/2021 from https://www.history.com/news/japan-colonization-korea Lee, Jung Ha; Lee, Ki-baik; Hahn, Bae-ho; Lew, Young Ick; Lee, Kwang-rin. (01/25/2019). Korea. Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 12/04/2021 from https://www.britannica.com/place/Korea New World Encyclopedia contributors. (05/19/2020). Contemporary Culture of South Korea. New World Encyclopedia. Retrieved 12/04/2021 from https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Contemporary_Culture_of_South_Korea Martin Roll. (Oct. 2020). Korean Wave (Hallyu) – The Rise of Korea's Cultural Economy & Pop Culture. Retrieved 12/04/2021 from https://martinroll.com/resources/articles/asia/korean-wave-hallyu-the-rise-of-koreas-cultural-economy-pop-culture/  Wikipedia contributors. (11/25/2021). Hangul Day. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 12/05/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hangul_Day&oldid=1057042723 Sharp, Abbie. (03/01/2020). The Politics of Loneliness in South Korea. Leeds Human Rights Journal. Retrieved 12/05/2021 from https://hrj.leeds.ac.uk/2020/03/01/the-politics-of-loneliness-in-south-korea/ Shin, Hyonhee. (02/10/2020). 'Parasite' reflects deepening social divide in South Korea. Reuters. Retrieved 12/05/2021 from https://www.reuters.com/article/us-awards-oscars-southkorea-inequality-idUSKBN20414L Wikipedia contributors. (11/27/2021). Economic inequality in South Korea. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 12/05/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Economic_inequality_in_South_Korea&oldid=1057398861 Podcasts Joe & Shawn (hosts). (08/12-09/01/2021). Serial Killer Yoo Young-Chul (Parts 1-4).  The Dark Side of Seoul [Audiopodcast].  Retrieved on 12/05/2021 from https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dark-side-of-seoul-podcast/id1504623984 Video The Raincoat Killer: Chasing a Predator in Korea https://www.netflix.com/title/81087760 Music “Abyss” by Alasen: ●https://soundcloud.com/alasen●https://twitter.com/icemantrap ●https://instagram.com/icemanbass/●https://soundcloud.com/therealfrozenguy● Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License “All Units Respond” by Marlene Miller. Used with permission. Find her Facebook and Instagram under SEMNCHY or marlenemiller138@gmail.com "Flaming Mansions" & “Born Again” by Jorge Hernandez https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI4niag1UAkIvbAU8vh9UFw Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License “Furious Freak” by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Connect with us on: Twitter @FruitLoopsPod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fruitloopspod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Fruitloopspod and https://www.facebook.com/groups/fruitloopspod  

Let's Go Devils Podcast
Sick Of Losing And Excuses, Changes Need To Happen [HockeyBuzz.com]

Let's Go Devils Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 2:37


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Market Dominance Guys
Is Cold Calling a Form of Slapstick?

Market Dominance Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 26:35


What makes a great cold caller? Our guest today on Market Dominance Guys, James Thornburg, Enterprise IT Strategist at Bridgepointe Technologies, defines the characteristics of a great cold caller as someone who puts in the hard work by having lots of conversations  — and also has a little charisma. James uses humor and ConnectAndSell's Lightning platform to connect to his prospects, and then shares his cold calls on LinkedIn for all to learn from — or be entertained by. Our hosts, Chris Beall and Corey Frank, are enthusiastic listeners, each touting the entertainment and educational value James provides with his cold-calling triumphs as well as his train wrecks. Listen in as these three sales guys discuss James Thornburg's ability to “pivot to a chuckle” on this Market Dominance Guys' episode, “Is Cold Calling a Form of Slapstick?” About Our Guest James Thornburg is the Enterprise IT Strategist at Bridgepointe Technologies, which offers a service that helps design IT or telecom projects for their clients and includes selecting the right supplier at the right price with no extra cost to their customers. ----more---- Here is the complete transcript to this episode. Announcer (00:06): Welcome to another episode with The Market Dominance Guys, a program about the innovators, idealists and the entrepreneurs who thrive and die in the high-stakes world of building a startup company. We explore the cookbooks, guidebooks and magic beans needed to grow your business. What makes a great cold caller? Our guest today on Market Dominance Guys, James Thornburg Enterprise IT Strategists at Bridgepointe Technologies defines the characteristics of a great cold caller as someone who puts in the hard work by having lots of conversations and also has a little charisma. James uses humor and ConnectAndSell's lightning platform to connect to his prospects and then shares his cold calls on LinkedIn for all to learn from. Or be entertained by. Our hosts, Chris Beall and Corey Frank, are enthusiastic listeners. Each touting the entertainment and educational value James provides with his cold calling triumphs as well as his train wrecks. Listen in as these three guys discuss James Thornburg's ability to pivot to a chuckle. On this Market Dominance Guys episode, is cold calling a form of slapstick? Corey Frank (01:16): Welcome to another episode of The Market Dominance Guys with Corey Frank and the prince [inaudible 00:01:22] and the prognosticator of all things sales, Chris Beall, my fabulous co-host here. So good afternoon, Chris. Chris Beall (01:30): Hey. Good to be here, Corey. Nice to see you. You look good. Corey Frank (01:33): Yeah, thank you. I think it's the lighting, it's all in the lighting with the black. Black, I heard, is slimming. I probably need to wear all black. But listen, we're in the presence of some royalty here. It's been a long time coming because we've talked about James several episodes. James, if you're one of our seven listeners, you know that your name has come up a number of times in some of the earlier episodes. So we have with us today, not only a titan of technology, the prince of pastures ... You're a farmer, you're a homesteader. But we have the one and only, the king of the cold call, James Thornburg with us. So welcome, James, to The Market Dominance Guys. James Thornburg (02:10): Thanks for having me. Appreciate it. Yeah. Corey Frank (02:12): Absolutely. So are you currently in the throne room? Is that what you call the cold call room you're in right now? James Thornburg (02:16): Yes, it's my basement downstairs. Chris Beall (02:21): James, I love your plain white background. It's so good. James Thornburg (02:24): It's great. For my calls, I've been using the Zoom background. We have some new branding here at Bridgepointe, but yeah, I like just the gray. Corey Frank (02:32): Yeah. Yeah. So James, we've been following you for a while, and obviously, you and Chris have known each other for a while, we've known each other for a few years. I've heckled and commented you on many a LinkedIn post. But you're the king of the cold call, you're not the earl of email or you're not the lord of LinkedIn, you chose the cold call as the channel of dominance for your business here at Bridgepointe. It's one of the principles at Bridgepointe. How come, in your sales career, why cold call versus ... Isn't email easier? Isn't LinkedIn easier? But you chose to have dominion as the king in probably one of the channels that most folks would shun. So why, for you, is the cold call king? James Thornburg (03:13): Well, I mean, I wasn't making a lot of calls for a lot of my career. I mean, when I first got out of college, I was making cold calls. I was selling insurance and I got into selling wireless phones and things like that for Nextel. So I was sitting the phones quite a bit then. And then I got into The Channel, and The Channel, you really just leveraged network relationships. And so I used those individuals to open up doors for me. And I did quite well when I was at my former company, Single Path, I was there for almost 12 years. And for about eight or nine of those years, I focused on working with networking partners and that's how I got introduced to opportunities. But things started to dry up, partnerships that I had before, they were acquired. Some of them were making so much money they just weren't active in terms of opening up opportunities and my pipeline was suffering because of it. So I started looking to figure out, hey, how am I going to net new opportunities? And I was thinking about it this weekend, I'm like, I don't even know how I got introduced to ConnectAndSell. I don't know if it was, I was Googling or whatever, but landed on ConnectAndSell and at that point I was reborn cold caller. And it kind of opened my eyes that, hey, I can open up a lot of opportunities using this platform and making dials. And then that put me in a position, I was at Single Path for about a year, year and a half on ConnectAndSell, using it as a full-time sales rep. And then I saw ConnectAndSell as my vehicle to basically start out. To go out on my own. That's basically what I did about two years ago. Corey Frank (04:50): Got you. Yeah, I think you and Ryan [inaudible 00:04:53] are birds of a feather there, that you put yourself out there. You both put yourself out there. And I think you pioneered this trend, James, that a lot of us can sit in the cheap seats, guys like me, and I can critique a call here and there. Chris and I certainly do our share of it. And we do our share of cold calls, certainly Chris is out there, he'll do it on stage. But James, you have a unique perspective that you actually do it on LinkedIn Live, you'll record your calls occasionally, and put them out there. Good, bad, ugly, warts and all. How'd you get started on that? What kind of crazy guy would do that and be that glutton for punishment? To put yourself so publicly out there? James Thornburg (05:28): I had a leased office in downtown Kalamazoo. I was still working at my former employer. The room was about four by seven with no windows, and I think it was in the middle of February, and I was bored one day. I was making these calls and I'm like, "Hey, why don't I just start recording these calls?" And I was like, "That was pretty funny about the VP of Technology that told me he was a teller." And so then I posted it on LinkedIn and got some traction and people seemed to be interested. And that's kind of where it started in terms of the videos for LinkedIn. Corey Frank (06:02): What do you think about that, Chris? I mean he certainly, as the CEO of his own company there, his own practice, James, he puts himself out there. You talked a lot about CEOs needing to do that, put themselves out there and do a certain amount of cold calls. I think James has certainly taken it to a different level. But what's your thoughts on that? Chris Beall (06:19): Well, I mean, James, what you've done at a different level is you're funny. And I actually think that that contrast between what people think about cold calling, which is the movies, the boiler rooms, the intensity, the screaming, all that stuff. And then we watch you and it's like, the very best part, to me, is that the camera is there for you. We're there. And you look at us and you use us. I mean, that's what fun. It's like, we're in the call because your feelings about it, especially that anticipation thing you do. Like, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, this might go, it might go. It's like, oh boom. And that, I think, is a completely new thing. Everybody's got different style, right? So Shane Mahey does his thing while he's along the banks of the Thames and he's making calls. And that's very much like calls. It's cool, but after, it's like making calls. Your stuff is not just cool, your stuff is funny. And I don't know, you don't think of yourself as a funny guy, I think. Right? James Thornburg (07:28): Not really. I mean, I'm trying to be funny today but it's not really working [crosstalk 00:07:32]. Trying to come up with something witty. Corey Frank (07:37): Great try. Great try. Chris Beall (07:38): Well, it's the thing that you do with the camera that I just think it's great. It's like, we're there. Because cold calling has this funny quality. Each call is an adventure, where you don't know what's going to happen. And somebody once asked me, some really intelligent person said, "Gosh, Chris, you seem to like sports, sporting events, more than most people who sport your particular mathematical inclinations." I think they said something about IQ or some nonsense like that. It's like, why? It's like, because I don't know how it's going to turn out. You get sucked into the little soap opera that is ... Or whatever, a game of some sort. Whatever it happens to. And every cold call is that kind of game. Even though it's not oppositional with this person, when we're there with you, I feel like we, the audience, are getting that sense of why the conversation ... And I'll make a distinction. Cold calls and cold conversations are two different things. If you had to cold call, you wouldn't do it. I wouldn't do it. Cold calling means not talking to anybody for an hour. That's crazy. Making cold conversations are pretty fun, if you're ready for the adventure. For us watching you, it's pure fun. Because we're not the ones who are dealing with the negative side, other than we get to deal with how you deal with it, which is funny. James Thornburg (08:59): Yeah. I mean it's fun to watch somebody get hung up on. Chris Beall (09:02): Who knew? Is it slapstick? That's a question. Is watching cold calling a form slapstick, where we don't have that much of that anymore, but are we getting a little Lucille Ball in there or whatever? A little Charlie Chaplin, I don't know. Corey Frank (09:18): I don't know. I think it's a little bit of schadenfreude, right? I mean, you see somebody else get his butt kicked. And you have a lot of good calls, a lot of successful calls. I think everybody wants to watch it for the train wrecks. And it does ... I know when I watch him, James, I feel like, wow, that was really clever. You start off with a joke, you're just very unassuming. You're not supplicative, you don't lose your status, but you really have this attitude where, "Listen, I'm a human, I'm looking for another human connection. And can we dispense with all the roles and all the accouterments of your title and role and just make a connection because you picked up the phone and I'm on the other end. And let's see if we have something that can benefit each other." And that's just very raw and authentic. Doing so many, and doing so many publicly, and certainly doing so many at scale, because you're the artisan of the ConnectAndSell weapon. What have you learned in cold calling? Because you said, most of your career, you didn't necessarily have to do it. And then you have just had probably more cold calls in the last couple of years, probably more than 99% of sales professionals in the B2B world, so what have you learned from this channel and from the reception that you get from decision levels? Decision level buyers? James Thornburg (10:40): Well, I mean it's really worked for my industry. Our offering, or what we do, is somewhat nuanced. I mean, we're helping IT leaders buy technology and it's hard to articulate that through any other medium. When you're able to have a conversation with somebody, it's easier to explain to them. Because like I said, I mean, what we do is somewhat nuanced, the concept is foreign to probably 90% of the people that we talk to. And I refer to it as speed dialing, ConnectAndSell. Just even using a power dialer or some manual dialing, then your power dialer. I mean, the challenge is, is that you're dealing with a lot of that minutia of cold calling, which is the reason why no one wants to make any calls. So to be able to just press a button and have some conversations. People think I work hard. I mean, it's a lazy way to do it. It makes things easier. You're just having conversations. Do you have the courage to press that button and talk to somebody? And if you don't, then what are doing in sales? And so, when you look at early on, I mean my pitch has evolved and things of that nature. I mean, people have a lot of opinions about the pitch, the openers and things of that nature, but gotten a lot better in terms of the tonality. Just my conversions are a lot higher and that's due to having a lot of at bats. Having a lot of conversations, you get better and better. I think people miss out on that. Everybody wants to talk about the conversions and things of that nature, but it's also, how do we make these reps better more quickly? And the way that you're going to be able to do that is more conversations. I don't know if that answered your question. Corey Frank (12:18): No, you really have to get frequent before you get good, is what I hear you saying. And you've been able to condense 20 years of cold calling, that most of us had to come up through the ranks using old rotary phones, and you've been able to condense it in the last two and a half years or so with a ConnectAndSell type of weapon, it sounds like. James Thornburg (12:36): Listen, I'm a little old school too. I didn't use a rotary phone, but I had index cards. Corey Frank (12:41): Sure. Sure. James Thornburg (12:43): I had index cards and I was writing on that, that was my follow-up. Corey Frank (12:46): Yeah, yeah. Right. With the volume of calls that you've made, and Chris and I would be interested in knowing, okay, because you had such a very tight learning curve over ... Not that you've never made cold calls, but I'm saying in this type of volume over the last 24, 36 months or so at volume, what doesn't work at a cold call? You say a lot of folks will say, "James, I have some opinions on your opener and I have opinions on X and Y and Z." Okay, well you do it at scale. So, in your opinion, what have you learned that doesn't work in a cold call, that you probably see a lot of folks still doing? James Thornburg (14:06): I don't know if I can answer that. I don't have strong opinions about openers, technique, and things of that nature. I don't like the, how are you, though. As the opener. I don't think that's a very good idea. But I think if you have the right tonality and it doesn't sound like you're reading off of some type of script, and you're putting in the work, you're going to have success. But I can't really pinpoint something that doesn't work in cold calling. I mean, what are your thoughts? Chris Beall (14:34): I've got some. I have ideas of what does work. So my two favorite people to listen to, having actual cold calls, are you and Cheryl Turner. And the reason is, both of you have the ability to pivot to a chuckle better than any other people out there. You're light enough with the situation that it's like, you've done the hard work, you've pushed the button, now you're going to be light with this person and let it roll and talk to them. And when something kind of funny comes up, or they challenge you in some way, that the best answer isn't to fight them, it's to laugh. Like the one the other day where the guy basically says something about being retired or whatever. And you go, "Well, we get these lists from these list providers and blah, blah, blah," and it was funny. I mean, it was funny but it was also like, it's not funny like me against you kind of funny. It's funny like, we're all in this together kind of funny. Like life is funny, kind of funny. And you and Cheryl both do it and you do it like ... I was with Helen a couple of weeks ago and we were going through a bunch of Cheryl's calls and listening to them. Because Helen has an interest in trying ConnectAndSell in a very special kind of way, with a huge, huge company out there that she might be calling into. And this is new to her. And she asked, "Well, what really makes it work?" And I said, "Let's go listen to Cheryl and listen to James. And I will break this down for you like I'm Howard Cosell, it's Ali/Frazier. I'm going to take you through this punch by punch. And I'm going to redirect your eyes from the gloves down to their feet so you can see what they're really doing." And what was so interesting was that EQ, on the spot, that it takes to laugh with somebody. I actually think that is the most interesting thing that both of you do. And it's spectacular. James Thornburg (16:33): Yeah. I mean, I don't know. It's just- Chris Beall (16:37): You think things are funny. James Thornburg (16:38): People get so upset about it, about cold calls and things of that nature. And it's just, I don't know. I mean, there's a lot of other problems in the world. I mean, somebody calling you and everything and it's just like ... I mean, even the retired people. Sometimes I got to leave them with a joke because it's like, hey, you're retired. You're mad that I called you, I know that you get calls, but it's like, hey, lighten up a little bit. Let me leave you with a joke. And then I leave them with the five cold caller joke. Chris Beall (17:03): Yeah. I don't know if everybody knows the joke, but could you give us the joke? I mean, let's have Corey be all pissed off at you. Corey, you're retired, right? Or you're pretty much retired, as far as I can tell. James Thornburg (17:15): Corey, Corey. Hey, listen, let me at least leave you with a joke. What do you call five cold callers at the bottom of the ocean? Corey Frank (17:25): I don't know, James, what do you call five cold callers at the bottom of the ocean? James Thornburg (17:28): A good start. Corey Frank (17:31): That's right. See? And you made a human connection, right? Chris Beall (17:36): By the way, let me make a technical point there. This is something that our friend Chris Boss would call tactical empathy. Show the other person you see the world through their eyes, what do they think if they could think clearly about five cold callers at the bottom of the ocean? They'd think it's a good start, right? So some of these things, they sound very natural because they are. James, Cheryl, these people are true geniuses at this. Corey Frank (18:02): Oh yeah. Oh yeah. Chris Beall (18:04): Henry [inaudible 00:18:05] is now converting at 40%. And he's a guy you wouldn't have thought was a natural, but he's picked up a whole bunch of things from Cheryl. He works closely with Cheryl and some magic is going on. If Scott Webb, the 75.9% converter, he just sounds like he's your friend who knows you, who's calling you, and really thinks it's a good idea for you that we should have a meeting. And by the way, I got to go. So he's out of there, I got to. "Hey, I got call. I'll shoot you something." Boom. Done. So these folks all have something in common, which is, in the ring, so to speak, they're relaxed. They're excited and want something to happen, but still relaxed enough to laugh and make these simple-looking moves, that I know as an expert on this, are not that simple to master. Corey Frank (18:58): What do you guys think? Is that nature? Is it nurture? Is it is a little bit of Morgan Freeman in Shawshank Redemption, where he only gets parole once he doesn't give a crap anymore? And it's that attitude, it's tough to teach somebody right out of school that ... It's not apathy. Like you said, it's more ... Because I'm not losing my status. It's very cool in the pocket. Is that something that's taught or is that something that can be learned? [crosstalk 00:19:25] Chris Beall (19:26): Did you have to learn it? Did you just fall into it? James Thornburg (19:31): I'd say repetition and personality. I mean, there is a little personality element to it. And I don't know how teachable that is. Chris Beall (19:40): I don't either. It's like being tall for basketball, you could be Spud Webb and you can be great, but there were never 30 Spud Webbs in the league. James Thornburg (19:53): I mean, I don't think you have to be a James Thornburg and have my personality. I mean, people bring different gifts to the game. And mine just happens to be hard work and maybe a little bit of charisma. Chris Beall (20:05): And more chickens. Corey Frank (20:07): Maybe it is. The homesteader lifestyle has certainly, probably contributes to the mellow nature, the connection, empathy. We screenplay the uh's and the um's in our screenplays that we use for outbound calling. And we got a lot of folks who say, "Doesn't that make you sound unsure? Does that make you sound like, don't know what you're talking about? And if you're talking with a C-Level or director level, they're going to go ..." It's like, no, makes you sound human. Chris and I talked about this last time, never trust a person who doesn't walk around with a little bit of a limp. And so, we screenplay that in. And I think that the brilliance of the 27 seconds is that, even if I don't have this high emotional intelligence, off the chart like you do, or Cheryl or Scott, that at least is a little bit of a verbal crutch to help get you there. That 27 seconds.              It's not, can I have a minute? 27 seconds. Chris was talking to me, we call it the playful curious. Can James come out and play? That's what we teach, that's what they teach in the flight school at ConnectAndSell, that is the perfect encapsulation of how to think. What the director's notes for the actor are on the screenplay. Playful curious, can James come out and play? That's how you say that in 27 seconds. And even if I blew the other part, I'm at least going to buy myself another few seconds by saying that. And you're a big advocate of the 27 seconds, certainly, James [inaudible 00:21:36]. James Thornburg (21:36): I'd be interested in Chris's opinion. I mean, how much of it is the call? I'd say it's 90% of the call. If they buy into the 27 seconds, they buy you more time, then you can tell your story and hopefully get some more information or book a meeting or get a follow-up, right? Chris Beall (21:51): Yeah, it's funny. Today I was talking with Donny Crawford about this and we were going pretty deep on this question of, what's the purpose of the cold call? And I pointed out to him, Donny, a great conversion rate is 10%. So that means 90% of the purpose is what happens when you don't convert? And he kind of stopped and he went, huh? He said, "Yeah, we get into that, don't we? That the purpose is to get the meeting." It's like, no, the outcome is to get the meeting when that's the right thing for both parties. Which is more often than you might think. But the purpose is to establish trust, and the caveat is, don't blow it. Once you've established trust in that first seven seconds, don't blow it. Because you're going to talk to this person later. They're in a cohort, it's called people who answer the phone. They're yours to talk with, over and over, 11/12 of them are in market right now. Now James sells something that's very nuanced. At ConnectAndSell, we sell something that's anti-nuanced but isn't in a category either. You can't go up to somebody and say, "Hey, you know what? I got something that's going to get you 10 times more conversations and you're going to love it." And they're going to go, "Wow, really? Here's my checkbook." They're going to go, "Huh, you're either an idiot or a charlatan. I don't know if I want to stick around to find out which." That's how it works and that was Cheryl's response to me in a test drive. I thought the guy was an idiot or a charlatan. She went off and used it, came back in 10 minutes and said, "I was wrong. You may well be an idiot and charlatan, we'll establish that later. But this stuff works, man." So I think that the whole game is at the beginning. When you look at it one way, 100% of cold calls succeed if you get that person to trust you and you don't blow it. And James, you never blow it. I never hear you blow it. Now, maybe you deep [crosstalk 00:23:48]. James Thornburg (23:47): I show the videos of the ones that I'm not blowing. Chris Beall (23:54): Well, people blow it. It's easy to blow it. You want to blow it, sell to them. Corey Frank (23:59): Yeah. Chris Beall (23:59): I get you to trust me, and then I sell to you, I'm kind of toast. Corey Frank (24:03): Yeah. I thought we were friends, what are you doing selling to me? Chris Beall (24:05): Exactly. Exactly. I love Scott Webb's point of view is, he says, "When I insist somebody take the meeting, my internal image is that I'm putting my hand out and slapping him in the chest and pulling them back so they don't step in front of a speeding bus. That's how I feel about that person. I'm saying them from something they didn't see, which is the disaster of not attending a meeting in which I'm going to teach them valuable stuff." Corey Frank (24:34): So he emotes that intent? Chris Beall (24:37): Yes. Yeah, we had a discussion once where he called me and said, "My mindset's wrong, I'm going to fix it." And he was converting 35%. And so he calls me back an hour later and says, "I fixed it. Five for five." And he's dragging that 35% tail into a 75.9% conversions. So he still got that statistical, that big hunk of bad back there, which he thinks is bad. And the rest of us go, "Woo, woo, that's pretty exciting." But it was a mindset change where he said, "You know what? I have an ethical obligation to this person, to make sure they come to this meeting, to learn what they don't even know can be learned. And I am going to satisfy that obligation by insisting they attend with me. That they take it. And if all I get is the verbal, and I just send them an invite, that's progress compared to no verbal. So I'm going to get the verbal, even if it doesn't have a date on it, and I'll send them an invite for something." I tell you what, the numbers don't lie. Corey Frank (25:35): Yeah, for sure. Announcer (25:37): Selling a big idea to a skeptical customer, investor, or partner is one of the hardest jobs in business. So when it's time to really go big, you need to use an uncommon methodology to gain attention, frame your thoughts, and employ successful sequencing that is fresh enough to convince others that your ideas will truly change their world. From crafting just the right cold call screenplays, to curating and mapping the ideal call list for your entire TAM, Branch 49's modern and innovative sales toolbox offers a guiding hand to ambitious organizations in their quest to reach market dominance. Learn more at branch49.com. Never miss an episode, go to any of your favorite podcast venues and search for Market Dominance Guys. Or go to marketdominanceguys.com and subscribe.

The Limitless Mother Podcast
EP 210: How to Deal with Your Spouse's Money Mindset

The Limitless Mother Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 55:23


So you started working on your money mindset, maybe you're starting to feel more in tune with abundance… BUT!  It's becoming increasingly obvious that your partner's money mindset sucks. What's a woman to do? So I thought it's about time we brought this conversation to the show. If you feel like you've been battling your other half's money mindset, if it's been dragging you down or making it challenging to live your best most limitless life, help is at HAND my love. I got you.   Catch the show notes here: https://corijavid.com/podcasts/spousemoneymindset Get on the waitlist for the next round of the Elevated Abundance Mastermind. There will only be 2 spaces opening in Spring 2022. The waitlist is the place to be. https://www.corijavid.com/elevate Need help with your money mindset? Join Limitless Money today: https://www.corijavid.com/limitless

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast
Oklahoma & Charlotte Recap

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 10:56


The Razorbacks suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday against Oklahoma, 88-68. Sam recaps that game, and why the concerns are valid but there is no reason to panic. He also briefly recaps the 20 point win over Charlotte! Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!

Kitesurf365 | a podcast for kitesurfers
Tech Talk | The Mega Pod

Kitesurf365 | a podcast for kitesurfers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 55:23


Your bois Adrian and Colin ask WOO what the best way to cheat the system is, and we hear from Flysurfer's newest designer, Luke M   Flysurfer Peak4:   https://flysurfer.com/project/peak4/   The Mega Pod is brought to you by North Kiteboarding:   https://www.northkb.com/en/   “Road to the Olympics” brought to you by Flysurfer Kiteboarding   https://flysurfer.com   “Big Air, Big Talk” is brought to you by Woo Sports   https://woosports.com   Follow us:   https://www.instagram.com/colin_colin_carroll/   https://www.instagram.com/kitesurf365/

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color
E142: Yoo Young-chul Pt 1

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 48:07


(note: time stamps are without ads & may be off a little) This week Beth and Wendy discuss the case of Yoo Young-chul aka The Raincoat Killer, South Korea's most notorious serial killer. This will be part one, please join us next week for part two. This subject was suggested to us by our Patreon Frances and was researched by Minnie. We dive into the setting (12:54), the killers early life (22:47) and the timeline (28:40).   As usual we close out the show with some tips on how not to get murdered and our shout outs (42:15).  Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast and new episodes drop every Thursday, so until next time... look alive guys, it's crazy out there! Sponsors  Better Help https://www.betterhelp.com/Fruit StoryWorth https://storyworth.com/fruit EveryPlate https://www.everyplate.com/ Use code Fruit179 Shout Outs Homicide for the Holidays on Oxygen https://www.oxygen.com/homicide-for-the-holidays The Dark Side of Seoul (podcast) https://www.darksideofseoul.com/ @dark_side_of_seoul Love Hard https://www.netflix.com/title/81086631 Where to find us: Our Facebook page is Fruitloopspod and our discussion group is Fruitloopspod Discussion on Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/groups/fruitloopspod/ We are also on Twitter and Instagram @fruitloopspod Please send any questions or comments to fruitloopspod@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at 602-935-6294.  We just might read your email or play your voicemail on the show! Want to Support the show? You can support the show by rating and reviewing Fruitloops on iTunes, or anywhere else that you get your podcasts from.  We would love it if you gave us 5 stars! You can make a donation on the Cash App https://cash.me/$fruitloopspod Or become a monthly Patron through our Podbean Patron page https://patron.podbean.com/fruitloopspod Footnotes Articles/Websites Wikipedia contributors. (11/14/2021). Yoo Young-chul. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoo_Young-chul Moon, B. (08/13/2004). Bizarre confession made. Korea Joongang Daily. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2454583 Ahn, Y. (08/13/2004). Serial Killer Claims to Have Eaten Victims' Organs. The Chosun Ilbo. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2004/08/13/2004081361048.html The Chosun Ilbo. (07/26/2004). Prosecutors Begin Investigation of Serial Killer. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2004/07/26/2004072661033.html?related_all Korea Joongang Daily. (07/30/2004). Prosecutors try to buttress case against killer. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=2448964 Wikipedia contributors. (10/31/2021). Capital punishment in South Korea. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_South_Korea Korea Joongang Daily. (07/19/2004). Yoo's history hints at drive to kill, escape punishment https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2443931 The Chosun Ilbo. (07/18/2004). Suspect in Serial Killing Caught. Retrieved 11/22/2021 from  http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2004/07/18/2004071861017.html Korea Joongang Daily. (07/18/2004). Suspect held in killings of masseuses, elderly. Retrieved 11/23/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2443366 Murderpedia. (n.d.). Yoo YOUNG-CHUL. Retrieved 11/23/2021 from https://murderpedia.org/male.Y/y/young-chul.htm Criminal Minds Wiki. (n.d.). Yoo Young-chul. Retrieved 11/23/2021 from https://criminalminds.fandom.com/wiki/Yoo_Young-chul Korea Joongang Daily. (07/20/2004). Serial killer was caught by masseuses, not the police. Retrieved 11/24/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2444505 Fraga, Kaleena. (11/04/2021). The Chilling Crimes Of Yoo Young-chul, South Korea's Terrifying ‘Raincoat Killer.' All That's Interesting. Retrieved 11/24/2021 from https://allthatsinteresting.com/yoo-young-chul Digital Chosun. (07/19/2004). Serial Killer Confesses to Additional Murders. Retrieved 11/24/2021 from http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2004/07/19/2004071961006.html Ko, Dae-hoon; Min, Seong-jae. (07/18/2004). Suspect held in killings of masseuses, elderly. Korea Joongang Daily. Retrieved 11/24/2021 from https://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2443366 History Yu, Woo-ik; Lee, Chan. (09/29/2021). Seoul. Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 12/03/2021 from https://www.britannica.com/place/Seoul History.com Editors. (02/02/2018). South Korea. History. Retrieved 12/03/2021 from https://www.history.com/topics/korea/south-korea Blakemore, Erin. (02/27/2017). How Japan Took Control of Korea. History. Retrieved 12/03/2021 from https://www.history.com/news/japan-colonization-korea Lee, Jung Ha; Lee, Ki-baik; Hahn, Bae-ho; Lew, Young Ick; Lee, Kwang-rin. (01/25/2019). Korea. Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 12/04/2021 from https://www.britannica.com/place/Korea New World Encyclopedia contributors. (05/19/2020). Contemporary Culture of South Korea. New World Encyclopedia. Retrieved 12/04/2021 from https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Contemporary_Culture_of_South_Korea Martin Roll. (Oct. 2020). Korean Wave (Hallyu) – The Rise of Korea's Cultural Economy & Pop Culture. Retrieved 12/04/2021 from https://martinroll.com/resources/articles/asia/korean-wave-hallyu-the-rise-of-koreas-cultural-economy-pop-culture/  Wikipedia contributors. (11/25/2021). Hangul Day. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 12/05/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hangul_Day&oldid=1057042723 Sharp, Abbie. (03/01/2020). The Politics of Loneliness in South Korea. Leeds Human Rights Journal. Retrieved 12/05/2021 from https://hrj.leeds.ac.uk/2020/03/01/the-politics-of-loneliness-in-south-korea/ Shin, Hyonhee. (02/10/2020). 'Parasite' reflects deepening social divide in South Korea. Reuters. Retrieved 12/05/2021 from https://www.reuters.com/article/us-awards-oscars-southkorea-inequality-idUSKBN20414L Wikipedia contributors. (11/27/2021). Economic inequality in South Korea. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 12/05/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Economic_inequality_in_South_Korea&oldid=1057398861 Podcasts Joe & Shawn (hosts). (08/12-09/01/2021). Serial Killer Yoo Young-Chul (Parts 1-4).  The Dark Side of Seoul [Audiopodcast].  Retrieved on 12/05/2021 from https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dark-side-of-seoul-podcast/id1504623984 Video The Raincoat Killer: Chasing a Predator in Korea https://www.netflix.com/title/81087760 Music “Abyss” by Alasen: ●https://soundcloud.com/alasen●https://twitter.com/icemantrap ●https://instagram.com/icemanbass/●https://soundcloud.com/therealfrozenguy● Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License “6.6.05” by BOPD http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BOPD/ Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License “Dance of Death” by Purple Planet Music http://www.purple-planet.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License “Master Disorder” & “Furious Freak” by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Connect with us on: Twitter @FruitLoopsPod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fruitloopspod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Fruitloopspod and https://www.facebook.com/groups/fruitloopspod  

On The Radar
Bankroll Buna Interview: "Chop Cheese" EP, Fivio Foreign, Bizzy Banks, Says He's The King Of Drill

On The Radar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 13:15


Follow Gabe on IG: https://bit.ly/3cpvsEM​​Follow On The Radar On IG: https://bit.ly/3n3tP1Q​​Follow On The Radar On Twitter: https://bit.ly/2VYj8lm​​Follow On The Radar on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2VWjJnB​​Follow On The Radar on Tik Tok: https://bit.ly/2JNPcWI​​Follow On The Radar On iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/39UZUW1​​Follow On The Radar On Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/370ITYD​​#BankrollBuna #Ontheradar #interview

The Tales From Daekonia: A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast
Neverland Episode 1: New Characters!

The Tales From Daekonia: A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 146:27


The party starts a side campaign while our regular DM is away. New characters. New setting. Same shinanigans. Woo! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tales-from-daekonia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tales-from-daekonia/support

The Limitless Mother Podcast
EP 209: How I Plan My Year: BTS of My 2022 Planning

The Limitless Mother Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 74:32


Grab your pen and paper my love.  We are planning 2022!  I am taking you behind the scenes of EXACTLY how I plan my year to make my dreams, goals and desires a reality… so that you can too. And warning: I don't plan like other business coaches out there.  Nope.  Where I tell you to start is highly unconventional (but should be the norm if you ask me!). Let's get to it, let's plan you a magical 2022!   Catch the show notes here: https://corijavid.com/podcasts/planningmyyear   If in thinking about your year ahead the support you most need is in being able to believe that you can even have what you desire, believing that abundance is available to you too and you know how to create and receive it.  If the support you need is understanding how money really works at an energetic level and healing your relationship with money so that you can receive more using your energy, not effort… then you need Limitless Money [corijavid.com/limitless]

Hazel & Katniss & Harry & Starr

Woo boy, is this the wrong text for Joe! While In My Skin is undoubtedly an excellent show with great performances, this was a rough watch for Joe, who cried his way through all five episodes of series one.Talking through the feels, Brenna addresses the class issues in this depiction of Cardiff, Wales, we discuss the depiction of queerness and how (if?) the comedy works to balance out the upsetting depiction of Bethan's really difficult life.Wanna connect with the show? Follow us on Twitter @HKHSPod or use the hashtag #HKHSPod:Brenna: @brennacgrayJoe: @bstolemyremoteHave something longer to say or a comment about book club? Email us at hkhspod@gmail.com. See you on the page and on the screen!

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast
Central Arkansas/UALR Recap, Charlotte Preview

All Hog Sports: An Arkansas Razorbacks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 13:59


The Arkansas Razorbacks won 2 straight this week vs. in-state teams UCA and UALR! The Razorbacks are one of the few undefeated teams at 8-0! Listen to this show as Sam recaps the double digit wins over in-state programs and their next game vs. the 4-3 Charlotte 49ers. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @AllHogSportsPod You can find all social medias and ways to listen at www.allhogsports.comThanks for listening to today's episode. Please leave a 5 Star review on Apple Podcasts! WOO PIG!

YourClassical Daily Download
Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Concerto in Eb, WoO 4: Rondo

YourClassical Daily Download

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 6:16


Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Concerto in Eb, WoO 4: Rondo Sophie-Mayuko Vetter, fortepiano Hamburg Symphony Orchestra Peter Ruzicka, conductor More info about today's track: Oehms OC1710 Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc. Subscribe You can subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts, or by using the Daily Download podcast RSS feed. Purchase this recording AmazonArkivMusic

Wooisms
Episode 92: IYKYK

Wooisms

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 116:56


This week Woo and Big Hes are back letting it all out. They open the episode with mental checks and low mental scores around but its not their actual mental that need help. From there, they transitioned into their favorite months which prompt them to discuss Toulminville- LeFlore Alumni Association's Annual Alumni Weekend. As always it does not disappoint and they talked about the pros and cons of the Friday Night Groove. Of course they have the Woosah Moment of the Week and then they let Pusha T close out with If You Know You Know. Don't forget each and every Saturday nights from 10pm-12 am the new episodes of Wooisms drops on Nspire U on Air and the replay on Fridays during the same time. Also, head over to www.wooisms.com for all the latest updates and merchandise. As always peaux up, light the hookah, sit back and enjoy this thang known as Wooisms. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wooisms/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wooisms/support

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
The Woo Side Of Dog Training: Power of Words

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 14:21


Visit us at shapedbydog.com    There's a good chance that most of us have been hurt by words at some stage in our life. And it's not just the meaning; it's the energy surrounding the words we choose to use. I recently did two weeks of live streams focusing on one word each day because words have power. We're venturing into the woo of dog training!   In the episode you'll hear:   • What kind of feelings words can conjure. • About the positive energy of words. • How words can help our connection with our dog and training choices. • Why positive is not permissive and training to create amazing dogs. • The reason I think we are on the cusp of discoveries in the world of positive training. • Why I train for total reliability of behaviors. • About aiming for alignment in life. • Why we should give ourselves grace.   Resources:   • DogsThat YouTube Channel Videos - https://www.youtube.com/c/DogsThat/videos • Podcast Episode 8: Get Your Dog in the Belief Loop of Awesome - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/8/ • Podcast Episode 6: The Art of Manipulation - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/6/ • Podcast Episode 119: The Rhythm Of Dog Training And How To End A Session - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/119/ • Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/W42o4O2iEkc

The Marketing Secrets Show
What's Your Return On Relationship...? (1 of 3)

The Marketing Secrets Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 29:42


On this special 3 part series, you get to hear Russell's presentation at the ROR (Return on Relationships) Symposium! Russell discusses the importance of what he calls the “Dream 100”, and how it helps create relationships that support both his business and his personal life. Check out RORUniversity.com to learn more! Hit me up on IG! @russellbrunson Text Me! 208-231-3797 Join my newsletter at marketingsecrets.com ClubHouseWithRussell.com ---Transcript--- Russell Brunson: Hey. What's going on, everybody? This is Russell Brunson. Want to welcome you back to The Marking Secrets podcast. I got something special for you guys over the next three episodes. I'm actually on vacation right now, Thanksgiving vacation. My wife and my kids and I are all in Kauai, Hawaii. You might hear them giggling in the background depending on how well this microphone picks up noise. And so, I didn't have a chance to record a podcast for the next couple episodes, but before I left on vacation, I actually had a chance to be part of a really cool summit that my friend, Christopher Voss put on called The ROR Symposium. And he had me as one of his keynote speakers, and he had me talk about just my history, my journey, using relationships, and joint ventures, and things like that. The Dream 100, as I call it, to build my business and everything we've done over the last almost 20 years now. And so, it was a really special presentation. It was one that I came to with notes, but not PowerPoint slides and things like that. It was more, I just wanted to kind of share from my heart. And if you know Christopher Voss you know he's a very emotional person and he brings that emotion. And apparently, I found out afterwards, all the speakers end up crying. In fact, I did as well during my presentation. So, there's something really special in the middle that you'll find out about. But anyway, I hope you really enjoy these. They're going to help you to learn how to build joint ventures, how to find your Dream 100, how to build better relationships with people, and how to turn that into more business and help you to get your mission out there to change more people's lives. If you don't know who Christopher Voss is, I recommend following him. He told me that the best site to send you guys to... I said, "Where should I send people to listen who want to go deeper with you and learn more about relationships and how to build businesses using them?" And he said theroruniversity.com would be the best place for you guys to go. So, if you want to go deeper with Chris, go to roruniversity.com, check out what he's got there. And with that said, I'm going to cue the theme song. When we come back, you have a chance to hear the first part of my keynote presentation. As I was kind of thinking through this, I was like, "Man, there's 30-something speakers coming. Everyone's talking about different ways to do this ROR, return on relationship game. And everyone's got different ideas and things, and it got me to back, man, almost 19, 20 years ago now. And so I... If you guys are cool with it, I just want to do some story time and tell you guys my story and some of the things along the journey that I tried, that I... failures, the successes, specifically inside of this relationship, and joint venture partners, and things like that. And hopefully, it'll give you guys some comfort. Because everyone starting different points and sometimes you look at someone like me like, "Oh, well, Russell knows Tony Robbins, and Dan Kennedy," and da, da, da. But there was a day, 18, 19, 20 years ago where I was a little kid scared out of my mind awkwardly trying to message people pre-Facebook. So, I'm sending emails and trying to... and it was scary, and hard, and so hopefully, it'll give you some faith in wherever you are in your journey. Just like, "Okay, this is right. It's going to be good." It's going to be for some of us, especially the introverts like me, this is going to be something that kind of stretches you and feels uncomfortable sometimes, but then it can become something you really love and enjoy and gives you the ability to change the world at a level you never thought was possible. So, that's kind of my game plan. Then after that, we can open for some Q&A and... or whatever we want to do. Or we can celebrate, have a party, or we can sing Christopher's song and let him have a nap. Hey, whatever we want to do, it'll be fun. So, looking back, it's funny, because when I got started in this business, I was still in college. So, I had just met my beautiful wife, Colette, who I think we're celebrating our... I think it's our 20th anniversary this summer, which is crazy. So, she's stuck around my chaos for this long and she's... Gosh, she's the best. But we had just gotten married and I was trying to figure out how to support her. I was wrestling and I didn't want to quit wrestling, so I'm like, "How do I wrestle and do all these things at once?" And so, I did what most people do and I went to Google and typed in how to make money. Right? Which, who here has done that at one point in your career? And you go on this rabbit trail, right? Of like, "Whoa, there's a lot of things to do." And everyone's got a different thing, and you start joining email newsletters. You know what those are at first and you start getting these emails from all these people, and then for me, it was like I was reading blogs and then I was joining... They didn't have Facebook groups back then. They had forums. So, I was joining the Warrior forum and How-To Court forum, and then... Anyway, there's like 20 or 30 different forums. So, all day long I'm reading forums of people, and I'm getting emails, and I'm learning all these things. And it was interesting because I was learning all the different pieces, right? Some people would talk about SEO and that's what they geeked out on. So, I started reading all the SEO articles, and I started learning how to do SEO and backlinking. So, I was like, "Oh, this is how you make money." And then someone else was like, "SEO's stupid. This is how we make money," and they had a whole different strategy. And then someone else had a different strategy, and soon I was just looking at all these shiny objects and I was like, "I don't know which one I'm supposed to do." How many of you guys ever felt that before? There's like 8,000 things. Like, "Russell said funnel. Someone else said this." Like, "Ah." And so, I was in that as well, and so I was just like... I got in this perpetual learning phase, right? Where I was learning and studying, and learning and studying. Then I started watching what was happening. Right? And I was on all these different email lists, but then it seemed like it was coordinated. Once every couple months, all of a sudden I would get an email from 30 or 40 people who somehow I had got on their email lists and all of them would be talking about the same product at the exact same time. Right? And all of a sudden you're like, "Oh, my gosh. Everyone's talking about this thing." Right? And I think the first ones I saw there was an old e-book called Google Cash. And it's how people are making money on Google doing Google ads. It was Chris Carpenter's offer, and he had gotten a whole bunch of affiliates. I don't know how at the time, but he had a whole bunch of affiliates all promote at the same time, so my inbox... And I'm at college opening my inbox and there's like 40 emails from people all talking about this book. I'm like, "This is the thing everyone's talking about. It's got to be the secret." I was so excited. And I went and paid this $67 for an e-book, which no one knew what e-books were back then and we were all confused. Literally, I remember messaging the support team and I was... like two weeks later. I'm like, "When's the book going to show up?" And they're like, "It's digital." I'm like, "I don't know what that means." They're like, "It means you download it." And again, 20 years ago, that was like... that was weird. That wasn't a thing that nowadays we all get it. But back then... And so I download this book, and I'm trying to read it, and I was just like, "I paid $67 for a PDF. My wife's going to kill me when she finds out." But I'm reading it and I'm getting all excited like t's next big thing, and all of a sudden, there's this next promotion and everybody's talking about this next thing. I'm getting all these... like 20, 30 emails. And I was like, "It's got to be this," so I jumped over there, and it's started me on this rabbit trail. And I just remember being confused, and overwhelmed, and all the things a lot of us go through. Right? And about that time... This was probably the very first ever high-ticket... Not even high-ticket, like $1,00 product. There was this guy, and I didn't know who he was at the time, but again, all of a sudden the emails start flying in my inbox. Right? And they're all for this guy. They say this guy is the godfather of internet marketing and he's retiring. And because of that, he's giving away his entire empire, everything he's built. And he called it the farewell package. Like, "This is my farewell from the internet. I'm done. I'm out. I've made millions of dollars, now I'm leaving." And his name was Mark Joyner. And I didn't know who Mark was at the time, but I started reading the emails and the stuff, and I was just like, "This is the greatest thing in the world." Right? So, I remember going to the sales page, reading through it ready to try to buy it for 20, or 30 bucks, or whatever, and the price went was $1,000. And I was like, "Oh, I do not have $1,000. I've never had $1,000." My wife was working, supporting at the time, and she was making, I believe $9.50 an hour. So, I mean, it would take her, man, over 100 hours. No, because you got taxes. Probably 200 hours of her working, so that's a lot of time to pay for this $1,000 course. I remember looking at it and I was like, "Oh, I don't have any money. I'm a broke wrestler." I had just gotten married, therefore, now I'm living off my wife who's making $9.50 an hour as a receptionist where she was working at. And I was like, "There's no way I can do it." And so, I remember not being able to buy it, not being able to buy it, but I kept seeing the emails, and the promotions, and the urgency, and the scarcity, and it eventually got to the point where it was about to sell out. Probably five or six weeks into this whole thing and about to sell out. And they were closing down the cart. And I remember the night before... This is... Again, for those of you who are newer before there were webinars, there were things called teleseminars where you would pick up the phone, and you would call, and you'd just listen to people talk. And so, I called this teleseminar, and on the teleseminar these guys are talking about the Mark Joyner Farewell Package. And it was just... It was going to be gone the next day and you had to get it. And I remember listening to it and being sick to my stomach and laying in bed that night, and I was like, "I have to do it. This is my thing," and being so stressed out. And finally, the next morning I was still laying in bed. My wife woke up and I was like, "Colette, I know I bought a lot of stupid things that I haven't done anything with any of it yet, but I think this is the one. I think this is the thing." I remember asking her. I was like, "Can I buy it?" And she said something like... In fact, I talked about it. I wrote it in the Traffic Secrets book, this story, but she's like, "Well, do you think this is the one for you?" I was like, "I think this is the one." She's like, "Okay, then here's our credit card." And we only had like a $500 credit limit I had to call up my bank like, "Can you double our limit to 1,000?" This is how like green we were back then. And we did it, and I bought the course, and I remember I got the course and there was like 15 CDs, all these interviews. And so, I started listening to the CDs, and what was crazy, as Mark was talking, he kept talking over and over and over again, about two concepts. The first one was the power of your own list. He kept talking about, "You have to have your own email list, and this is how it works, and if you have an email list of 10,000 people, you send an email out to your offer, you can sell a whole bunch of your things." And I started realize, I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. This is literally what's been happening to me. I'm on all these people's email lists. They have a big email list and send an email, and if I buy a $1,000 course, they must have made 500 bucks." And I started putting the pieces together. It's like, "Oh, my gosh. This is how it works." And some of you guys... I'm not going to tell the whole story, but some of you guys have heard my story. After listening to two or three of these CDs I was like, "I need an email list." And I went down that whole journey where I got called a spammer and... Anyway, so that's... Insert that story there. I'm not going to tell that story because it's outside the context of this event. But I started trying to send email and it didn't work. And I was just like, "This thing Mark is teaching me, I need to have an email list, but everyone's got one, except for me. I don't have a list. It's not fair." And I kept listening to Mark's course, and as he got deeper and deeper in the course, he started talking about this thing called joint ventures. And he was like, "Every time you start a new company or launch a new product, the first thing we do before you buy ads or anything is we go and we have these different partners who all already have email lists." He's like, "Go with people who already have email lists, and then some of them will promote and send traffic to my thing, and that's how you make money." And I was like... I was just seeing... You know there's those curtain in front of your face, and the curtain's lifted? I saw the Wizard of Oz. I'm like, "This is how it works. You have to have an email list. If you don't have an email list, you find other people with email lists, and they promote your offer, and then the people buy your product, and then you have an email list." And I was like... It all started making sense in my head. I was like, "Okay." And then I did what I'm sure all of you guys did, especially if you've read Traffic Secrets book... And I didn't know what this was called at the time. I didn't have words for it, but it was basically my first Dream 100. I was like, "Okay. Who's got an email list?" Like, "Mark said people have email lists. We need to find people with email lists," and so that was kind of the next question. And so, I started making my first Dream 100 list. And it was funny because I had this farewell package I bought from Mark Joyner and he had all the people he interviewed. So I said, "Well, this is my Dream 100, all the people Mark interviewed." And so, I don't remember most of the names. I do remember Joe Vitale though. He was one of the names. And some of you guys know Joe Vitale. If you go to mrfire.com, he's written like 400 books. He's awesome. I wrote Joe Vitale down. I started writing other people's names down. And so, I remember I'm building this Dream 100 list and I was like, "Okay, this is easy. I'm just going to email them all, and then they're going to promote my thing, and I'm going to be rich. This seems really awesome." Right? And I'm sure some of you guys have thought of that before. Hopefully, it's not just me. So, I start emailing Joe Vitale, and I can't remember all the other names. Joe's the one that stuck out in my head. I remember emailing them all and then just waiting like, "Okay, they're going to respond back to me, and then this is going to be this big thing, and I'm going to make a bunch of money." And I think I had my first or second product at the time, so it was like I had a product for them to sell and everything. Sent all the emails out and it was crickets. Not one person wrote back to me. And I was like, "Huh." I was like, "Okay, either this Mark Joyner's full of crap or I need to send another email." So, being a relentless person, I send another email to all them like, "Hey, Joe Vitale. Did you not get my email? Because I've got this new product and if you promote it, we can split the money 50/50. It's going to be awesome." Right? Like he's for sure... Like, "I'll even give you 60% commission." Maybe I'll blow his mind. Right? So, I tell him this thing, crickets. Nobody responds back to me. And I remember just being like... I was like, "This internet thing doesn't work." So, I remember being frustrated and just not knowing what to do, not believing this JV thing actually worked. Assuming that it's impossible to build an email list and I was stuck in that rut for a while. Probably, I don't know how many, four or five months of this rut of just like, "It didn't work. I tried." And have you guys done that where you try something somebody told you and then you're like, "Oh"? It reminds me of... Well, never mind. I'm not going to tell that story, but it reminds me of just so many of us do that where we're trying to follow a guru. We try the thing and it doesn't work, and we're like, "Oh, it didn't work." It's like, maybe we just didn't execute it quite correctly. So, fast forward a little while later there was this internet marketing event. It was Armand Morin. It was called the Big Seminar back then. And it was the seminar in the industry. Kind of like Funnel Hacking Live is nowadays. It was the seminar. And so, I remember saving up some money and we flew out to... And I had made a little bit of money online at this point. Not a lot. I was making, I don't know, maybe 1,000 bucks a month or something. So, I had a little bit of money just so I didn't have to yell... borrow more money from Colette's credit card to go and go to this event. So, I fly out to this event. It's in Atlanta. I go to the seminar and I remember thinking, "All the speakers on stage, I'm going to get all... That's going to be my next affiliates or my next people I'm going to be partners with." And so, we're seeing all the speakers and they seem bigger than life. They're on stage, and they're talking, and I was just like, "If any of these guys promoted my product, I'd be rich." That's the thing going through my head. Right? And so, I'm seeing them, writing all their names down. I'm like, "I'm going to become partners with them and become friends with them. I'm going to go meet them face-to-face. Maybe that's the secret. If I meet them face-to-face then it'll be easy." Unfortunately, I'm insanely introverted, and shy, and scared. So, I'm at the event, I see the person walking by. I remember seeing Stephen Pierce. He was the guy at the time. He walked past and I was just like... He walked right past me, and he walked past, and I'm like, "Ah, I blew it. Stupid, Russell. Stupid, Russell. You didn't even talk to him." And I'm sitting there in the hallway and all of a sudden Armand... Actually, I was in the bathroom and Armand walked next to me in the urinal next to me. I'm like, "Armand's right here. What do I do? Do I say something? I can't say in the bathroom. It's so awkward." And he looks over and he is like, "Hey, man. How's it going?" I'm like, "Good." And he is like, "All right," and then walks away and walks out of the bathroom. I'm like, "Ah, I blew it again. I blew it again." You know? And I'm too scared to talk to any of the speakers, but I'm like... For me, I'm like, "This is the key. This is the key to my freedom is these speakers," and I didn't dare do it. I wimped out every single person. I didn't talk to a single one of them. And then at nights, all the attendees would go to the bar. Now, I'm not a drinker. I've never drank in my life. Most people don't believe me, but I've literally never drank in my entire life. So, I'd go to these bars and I was like, "I don't want people to think I'm drinking," because like I have a thing like that where I want to avoid the appearance of evil at all costs. Right? So, I remember I'd go to the bar and I was like, "Ah, how do I..." And literally, the bartender was like, "You want something to drink?" I was like, "Can you give me milk?" He was like, "Seriously?" I'm like, "I don't know. Can you?" I was like "Because if it's going to be a Sprite, people going to think it's some fizzy drink." I don't know. I don't even know what drinks are. Like, "It's going to be fizzy something." So, I'm like, "If you give me milk they're going to know that it's not alcohol." Right? So, he's like, "All right." So, the guy gives me a milk. I'm holding this milk at the bar walking around and everyone's like... All these people start coming to me, which is really cool, and they're like, "Are you drinking milk?" I was like, "Yeah." They're like, "Why are drinking milk?" I'm like, "Oh, well, I'm Mormon, so I don't drink." They all kind of laugh at me, but it opened dialogue when they came to me. And this is... Okay, side note. Interesting for the introvert. Who are the introverts in the room? If you're introvert, I learned something really cool. Nicholas Bailey actually told me this. He dresses weird because he's introverted and he's too scared to go talk to people. He's like, "If I do something weird," he's like, "people come to me and like, 'Oh, nice shirt. Nice glasses. Nice,'" blah, blah, blah, blah. And so, that's what happens. I had this weird thing, and then people came to me. They're like, "Why are you drinking milk in a bar?" And then it started a conversation, and then when I'm in a conversation I can do it. It's the walking up to. Like, "How am I going to go and..." You know what I mean? So scary for me. And so, people started talking to me. We started becoming friends and get to know people, and I'm talking in this group, and it was interesting because everyone I was talking to, they all had businesses just like me, but they weren't the guy on stage with a list of 100,000 people and all this kind of stuff They were here and they had a list of like 500 people. Or I got a list of 1,200 people. They were all kind of at this level. About the same level I was at. I was like, "Oh, my gosh," and we started talking, getting to know each other. And back then it was before Skype or before... It was pre-Skype. It was pre... What do we use nowadays? Slack or Instant Messenger. Whatever. We used to use Yahoo Messenger, or IRQ, or AOL, and so it always like, "What messenger are you on? Here's my AOL chat," or, "Here's my IRQ." Or ICQ Sorry. ICQ. Or, "Here's my..." And so, they give them to you, and so that was how we get to know people. So, I put it out, write it down, and then I remember the people. I remember Mike Phillip's name was on Yahoo Messenger. His name was signanddrive.com. And I remember Brad Callen. I remember Brad Fallon. And so, I started meeting all these people at the bar while I'm drinking my milk, and getting to know them, and I'm writing down all their little handles. And then we get home and away from the event, and so I start putting those things in and I start messaging them. I feel way more comfortable talking through text, through Yahoo Messenger. I was like, "Hey, great meeting you at the event," blah, blah, blah. "This is a picture of me so you remember who I was." Right? And the person would write back, "Oh, yeah. It was really cool. You were the guy with the milk, right?" I'm like, "Yeah." And we'd start this dialogue. And then I was like, "Okay..." Not even thinking that these guys would be big partners someday, but I kind of started getting to know these people. And we were all kind of the same level. And this is the key. Okay? I'm trying to tell stories with hopefully principles you guys can pick from it. So, all these people were at the same level. And I remember because at the same time I was messaging Joe, Vitale, and messaging all the speakers in the event, and none of them are responding to me. It's just like crickets. No one's responding back. I'm talking to these guys. And I remember I was creating an offer and these guys had become my friends. And I was like, "Hey, can you check this out? Do you think this is good? Is the offer good?" And they started messaging back, and all of a sudden they started becoming involved in my business, right? They had a vested interest because they were kind of like, "Oh, I would do this," or, "I'd try this over here. And all of a sudden they started sharing ideas back and forth and it was really cool. And then they would share with me what they were doing back and forth, and it was really, really cool. And I had vested interest in their projects because I was like, "Oh, you should try this, or, "Oh, I did this. You should try this." We built this little group of people. And I don't even know. It was probably four, five, six people maybe that we kind of did this thing. And I remember because about this time is when my very first software product ever came out, and I don't talk much about this product. It was a product called ZIP Brander, and I was so proud of it. And I remember I sent it to Mike Filsaime. I was like, "Hey, here's my first software. Check it out." He was like, "Dude, that's so cool. Do you want me to promote it to my list?" And I was like, "Wait, he just asked me." Like never it happened. I was just like, "I've been asking all these people at this level up here, all the people I'm looking up to, the gurus, the big famous people. No one, crickets, and all of a sudden my friend's, like, 'I'll promote it to my list.'" And I was like, "Dude, you serious?" He's like, "Yeah." I'm like, "Okay." And so I give him the link. He sends an email to his list, and I can't remember. I paid him like 50, 60, 70. I don't know. I was like, "You can have all the money. I just want... I need a list. I know the goal. The goal to get a list. I'll give you 100% commission." Right? And so, he promoted and I think he sold... I don't know, he sold five or six copies of my thing, but then I got the money, and then I gave most of it to him. But then what happened is I got five or six customers, but a bunch of people... I had a pop-up on the site. A bunch of people filled out the pop-up, and I got like 300 or 400 people on my email list. And I was like, "This is awesome." And then I knew Mike had a product, and I was like, "Hey, man." I was like, "Dude, I love..." He had a product called Carbon Copy Marketing back then or something. It was a two-disc DVD set. And this is before DVD, so he literally would go and he would print a DVD and ship it out to you from his house. This is how... 20 years ago. Remember, this is before things like that. And so, he said, "Yeah." So, I emailed my list of like 300 people from him the 400 or 500 people I built, so maybe a thousand from my list. I sent the email and I sold like five or six of his DVDs. And he is like, "Thanks, man." And we did our first little cross-promotion, and me and Mike became friends. And then Mike told me. Then Mike's like, "Dude, you know who you should do? I met this guy named Gary Ambrose. You should meet Gary because Gary has got a list too, and he promoted the same DVDs you just promoted and it was awesome. You should get to know him." So, he introduced me to Gary. Me and Gary met up, and I was like, "Oh." And Gary and I started sharing ideas, and then eventually he promoted my things, I promoted his, and then Gary's like, "Oh, dude, you should meet so and so." And I was like, "Oh, you should meet..." And all of a sudden we started this little four or five people start introducing more and more people, and soon I've got 20 or 30 friends all on Yahoo Messenger and AOL that we're talking back and forth and getting to know each other. Right? And what's interesting is that we all kind of helped promoting each other. Our list went from 400 or 500 people to 1,000 to 1,500, to 1,000 to 2,500, and they kept growing and growing. And I was looking at this little group of people all working together. It was like a groundswell where our businesses all started gradually rising together. What do they say? A rising tide raises all ships, right? That's what started happening. And we started getting bigger and bigger. I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. This is so cool." And then we started doing more things and this is, man, a two or three-year period of time while I was in college, we were going back and doing these things. And it was just... It was really, really cool. Right? And I remember one day Mike had this idea, Mike Filsaime had this idea for a product called Butterfly Marketing. Some of you guys may have heard of it, but it was the first time he had the idea. And he's like, "Hey, man, check out the sales letter." He had this huge sales letter. And on the sales letter, he had these testimonials from all the people. All the people you'd want, right? I was like, "How'd you get all those guys' testimonials?" He's like, "Oh, I didn't. I just put their pictures in just as the placeholders as a dream of someday I'm wanting to get these people's testimonials." I was like, "Oh, that'd be so cool to get to know them." And then he's like, "Well, I met so and so. I know so and so who does know that person," and all of a sudden this network started happening, right? Anyway, Mike went and started messaging and eventually got to the person, one of the people, and they gave him a thing, and all of a sudden he got a bigger promotion from a bigger person. And what happened is, is we started doing this. Again, the people I looked up to were way up here and they wouldn't respond to me and things like that. And this group down here became friends. We all started growing together, and eventually what started happening is as we got bigger and bigger and bigger, we got closer to these people. I remember probably, man, two years, maybe three years into this business I had an idea. And I was creating this whole project. It was a membership site. It was called The Lost Files, and it was based on old public domain books, which I could talk about for six years. But it's this geeky, nerdy thing that you can make money with. And so I got excited, I'm creating this thing, and I was like, "Joe Vitale, he's written like 500 books." I'm like, "Oh, Joe would be my dream person." I know Joe had talked about public domain in the past. Joe had actually published a couple books from the public domain. And I was like, "He'd be my dream partner." But I was like, "He's ignored like 40 emails from me. There's no way he's going to respond to me now." Right? But I was like, "Oh, I got to do something." So, I remember I messaged him again this time and I was like, "Hey, Joe. Sorry to bug you. I have this new site." I explained what my site, thelostfiles.com. Like, "This is what is, how it works," and everything. And then the next day I get email back from Joe, and I was too scared to even open it. I'm like, "This is crazy." And Joe messaged me back. He's like, "Hey, Russell, so good to meet you." He's like, "I've been seeing your name everywhere. All these different people keep promoting your stuff. They keep popping up in my inbox. The Lost Files sounds awesome." The way he made the connection, he didn't... I don't think he... He didn't connect that it was me who was annoying him for like 40 emails prior. He just didn't connect it. Or maybe he just ignored it, or he forgave me, or whatever, but he message back and said, "Yes." And I was like, "Joe Vitale said yes." And I was freaking out. And so he goes and he does this... We had this promotion where we had a teleseminar together. He promoted his list. And then at the teleseminar he promoted The Lost Files, and we signed up like 300 members off his list at like 40 bucks a month, which for a college kid, is insane. And it was this one deal, and then Joe was like, "Oh, by the way, have you ever met so and so, and so and so?" and starts opening these doors again. Now, because I've gotten closer and closer, I got one person in and all of sudden it opened up this whole network of people. And that was my journey for the first three or four years. And so I wanted to kind of lead with that because again, I think so many of you guys are like me where you see the people. I meet people all the time. "Russell, you say to build a Dream 100 list, I've got to dream one, and it's just you." And I'm like, "Not a good strategy." I literally said Dream 100 for a very important reason because it shouldn't be me. I do maybe one promotion a year and usually, it's for Tony Robbins. And so, for me to say yes, it's going to be like... We got to date for a decade before it's going to happen, so if you're banking on that it's going to be a long, long time for something to happen, right? I was like, "Instead, go and do things with people at your own tier, your own level where they're looking for things, and looking for cross-promotions, and things will start happening. And then what happened is you start rising to the top, and all of a sudden people like me are going to start seeing you. You show up my news feed. I start seeing emails." All of a sudden it's like now there's this relationship, right? It's funny. There's... This is a funny story. So, one of my buddies, I met him probably... It's probably been 12 years ago now. Some of you guys know him. He's Chad Wallner. He's a chiropractor. I talk about him in the Dot Com Secrets book. But he moved into our area, and so we go to church. We were going to the same church, and so he shows up and he sees me. And he was seeing me online. He knew I was and stuff. He came to me and he's like, "Russell." He's like, "Dude, this is so... I can't believe you're in my ward. I've seen you before," blah, blah, blah, all this stuff. And he's like, "We actually have a mutual friend together." And I was like, "We do?" He's like, "Yeah." So, he's trying to build a connection so we can connect and stuff. And it was interesting because he said, "We got this mutual friend." And then he told me the name. He's like, "Here's the guy's name." And I was like, "Don't know who he is." He was like, "Oh, weird." He's like, "He talks about you all the time as if you guys were best friends." I was like, "I don't know who that is. I'm so sorry." And years later, Chad and I had this discussion about this and it was funny because he was like, "Man, I..." The realization is it's not who you know, it's who knows you. Right? I knew who Joe Vitale was. I knew who these people... I knew Tony Robbins. So, I wanted them, but it's not that I know them. I need them to know me. Right? So, it's how do you get them to know you? Well, it's by doing cool stuff in the market that they're playing in. Showing up. Will they see you in news feeds, see you in emails, see you in stuff? Where all of a sudden they keep seeing these things and then they see you. They got to know who you are. Right? When you approach them like, "Hey, my name is so and so," if they don't know who you are, it's going to be really hard to build a relationship. If they're like, "Hey, this is so and so," it's easy. For example, I was trying to do a negotiation with someone the other day. I wish I could tell you all the details. I can't though. Anyway, really big company. You'd be aware of who they are. And so, I tried to get a meeting with the founder of it, and we get on a Zoom call like this, and the very first thing he says, he's like, "Man, Russell," he's like, "I see you like 12 times a day. You are everywhere in my news feed. I get emails from you. You must be the best internet marketer on the planet." And I was like, "This is going to be the easiest negotiation in my entire life because he knows exactly who I am." Right? As opposed to me coming to him and trying to explain who I was. Right? And so it's like, as you're doing stuff actively in the marketplace, people will start seeing that and become aware of you. Right? And that's how you start rising to the top. I get people all the time that message me like, "Hey, can I speak at Funnel Hacking Live?" I'm like, "I don't know who you are." Like, "I'm the best speaker. Here's my speaker," blah, blah, blah. I'm like, "I don't know who you are." Right? But check this out. McCall Jones, who I think is on here, or she was on here earlier, right? McCall, she showed up on Funnel Hacking Live. Then she does this thing, and then she starts publishing, and she starts doing everything, and I start seeing her everywhere. I see her energy and her excitement. I see how she's developing things. She's like using things she learned from me, but developing her own things, which was really cool. Because I'm like, "Oh, my gosh. She's a good student and she's doing things." And this whole thing starts happening, and I see her in my feed. I see her all the time. And my friends start talking about her, and then Monica, who's on this as well. Monica messaged me. There's McCall right there. Yeah. What's up? And Monica messaged me, "You know McCall? You got to..." And so, her friends are calling me and telling me to listen and stuff. And soon, I'm watching everything she's doing. And I'm like, "Oh, my gosh, I'm impressed." I start podcasts. How many... Once or twice I talked about you on the podcast before we even met officially. I'm like, "This girl McCall keeps showing up. She's doing these cool things." And on Funnel Hacking Live, I'm like, "Who should speak on Funnel Hacking Live?" I'm like, "There's this girl who's never spoken on stage before. Right? She's never... Doesn't like, 'Here's my speaker reel. I've got a perfect presentation.'" But I'm seeing that. I was like, "She'd be like the perfect person to come on stage and, and speak." And so anyway... Hey, McCall. What's up? McCall Jones: Thank you. Wow, that's so nice. I'm just hyping you up, over here reacting to all of your stuff, so hey. Funnel Hacking Live. Woo hoo! Russell: All right. But conceptually, you guys, it make sense. If you want to get into, they call it the good old boys club. Like, "How do I get in the good old boys club?" It's the way you get into it is you have to infiltrate it. And it starts finding people at your own level and start playing the game, start moving forward, start making noise, start doing stuff, and then people are going to start seeing you and start becoming aware of you.

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Episode 91: Pour It Up with The Wives' of Wooisms

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 128:56


This week Woo and Big Hes are joined by two important ladies, their wives, Tae and Tiv. We open up with mental checks and after that the episode goes down hill from there, lol. The entire episode is a recap of a trip to Atlanta and the first time the wives visited a nice entertainment establishment. The recap is hilarious and hope you all enjoy it. We have the Woosah Moment of the Week and then we let the Barbados Beauty herself, Rihanna, close us out with Pour It Up. Don't forget each and every Saturday nights from 10pm-12 am the new episodes of Wooisms drops on Nspire U on Air and the replay on Fridays during the same time. Also, head over to www.wooisms.com for all the latest updates and merchandise. As always peaux up, light the hookah, sit back and enjoy this thang known as Wooisms. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wooisms/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wooisms/support