- Jan 23, 2011
This is going to be a good episode!! I saw that whole thing happen, and wow, the reach and influence made all the difference in the world!Today's episode features my wife, Brittany, and a BIG business setback she went through last week. A problem that money couldn't solve, but influence did. I also focus on candor, which is something CRUCIAL for building influence like she has. Want to keep "Killing Bigger?" Text KKRS to...directory.libsyn.com
Love it. That maskie author is a total douchebag though. Unreal. Masked up for a picture.
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Normally I do, but today I just decided to be a vague prick. I’ll change it.I think you could work on your episode descriptions. I very rarely listen to podcasts so maybe I'm not the right person to comment on that but I decide whether to listen to a podcast based on its description.
The description for this episode is so vague I have no idea what it's about. Now imagine I'm completely new to your podcast - there's no way I'd listen to it since I can't judge whether it's for me and whether it's worth my time.
On today's episode, my lovely wife makes another rare appearance. Today we discuss what is so frustrating about running a "small business" because she actually runs one. I also compare this pretty common experience running such a business with... the alternative.
Dassault is my favorite! I think they make gorgeous airplanes. I like the Tri-Jet design because it looks cool, but it also works great at smaller than average airports.Kyle,
I thought of you as soon as I saw this. Stunning gallery photos: https://www.dassaultfalcon.com/en/M...tHFXz23pygAQPzLwkE4ut1-vbtR-CFQ1j4jJLJXxNWp8c
Dassault is my favorite! I think they make gorgeous airplanes. I like the Tri-Jet design because it looks cool, but it also works great at smaller than average airports.
There is a literal giant nuclear bunker, that the Chinese government built, turned data center with offices, close enough that I’m going to have to take a look at.
Just do the cost effective corrugated steel building.Looking at some office/warehouse space next week. Only considering properties that have an inner office with no windows. I want to build it out to be a professional radio studio. I want something better for my show and I also want my home library back. Can’t have both a command center with a radio studio and a calm home library in one place.
There is a giant nuclear bunker, that the Chinese government built, turned data center with offices, close enough that I’m going to have to take a look at.
From Nuclear Fallout Bunker To High Tech Data Center: Montgomery County’s Secret Bomb Shelter Turned Technology Networking Epicenter | Woodlands OnlineLing-Chieh Kung built his company headquarters for Westland Oil in Montgomery in the early 1980s, but what most people didn’t know back then was that he also build an elaborate 40,000 square foot underground nuclear fallout bunker.www.woodlandsonline.com
That guy was very interesting. Gotta say, the original set up was bad a$$, and would love to hear the story on who lived there, who built it, and all the presidents who visited.Speaking of building out bunkers, this guy took a bunker-like house formerly owned by a general or something which had an underground shooting range, a giant copy of the constitution, and is under a golf course and rebuilt part of it for his studio. It was pretty incredible. It made for a great production studio. He does photography and video production there. All of the computer horsepower in the basement is duplicated on the main floor. It's quite the setup.
He tends to give away his photo gear on his photo site.
If I had acreage, I’d consider it. But I’m kind of over bringing work home.Just do the cost effective corrugated steel building.
Renting vs buying.
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