I Quit My Office Job and Nearly Doubled My Income.


How much were
you making at your office job? I was working for a marketing agency, and I was making $35,000 a year. Growing up, my mom was a flight attendant,
so we got to travel all over the world, and when I got into an office job that only had
10 vacation days a year, I realized that it wasn’t quite for me. I was really passionate about the travel industry,
and I knew there was a ton of income growth there. And were you scared to
quit? Terrified. And how much money are you making now? I
made 60,000 this year in commissions from trips that I sold. How did you
prepare to quit your job? I saved about $17,000 to hold me over while I
built my client base. And what did you do to save money? At
first I lived with my parents, so I was able to save a lot of money that way, but then
I moved in with some friends where my rent was $750 a month, and I had to really cut back on my expenses. I created a budget spreadsheet, and I also used an app to track my spending. I budgeted $120 on groceries, and really cut back on spending money on clothes. My cell phone bill was on a family plan, so
it was just much easier and cheaper for me to pay my parents for that bill. In my first year, I only made 12K, and I was
draining through my savings. As a travel advisor, you also don’t get paid
until 30 to 60 days after your clients return from their trip. The 20th of every month I’m like, “When is
the check gonna come?” So how did you pay your bills? I had
a freelance job that brought in about $800 a month, and then I had some odd jobs like
transcripting, and babysitting that brought in around $100 a month. Now that I work from home, I only spend about
$75 a month on gas, whereas at my office job, I could be spending up to $150. In Atlanta, we just sit in traffic, and we
burn through gas. How did you find clients? I networked. I had a ton of friends who were getting married,
so I asked to plan their honeymoons. I built a website, which cost around $300. Social media really helped me get clients
all across the country by sharing my travel photos, using hashtags. Also, it’s free. (laughs) So do you get to travel
a lot? I get to travel all the time. Tours and hotels will offer us complimentary
or discounted stays so we can become an expert in that destination, and in turn, we bring
them a lot of business. So how do you manage all that new income? I
have an account for income, savings, and business. I save a third of each paycheck for taxes. Taxes don’t get taken out of my paycheck. After all of my bills are paid, I put about
$500 into my account for savings each month. Are you proud of yourself? I’m
beyond proud of myself. I can’t even believe what I’ve accomplished. I was really bad at sales before I jumped
into this, but it was my passion. Send the email. Make the phone call.

Why The U.S. Government Pays Lockheed Martin Billions


Lockheed Martin is the top grossing defense
firm in the world, and the U.S. government supports that business to
the tune of over $37.7 billion. It surpasses its closest
competitors, Boeing and Raytheon, by nearly $20 billion in arms sales. These funds are granted by Congress
to provide equipment that enables the U.S. military to protect the
country at home and abroad. So why is Lockheed the
defense darling of the U.S. government? And how did it
beat out its competitors? One of the top priorities of
all administrations is the protection and safety of the American people. To ensure that, politicians work
with defense contractors to provide equipment to the military. This partnership provides a unique
opportunity for private corporations to execute the will of the government
and requires a delicate balance. President Eisenhower, in his farewell
address, coined the term military-industrial complex. And what he was talking about
was the close connection and collaboration between arms contractors
and uniformed military. In the councils of government, we
must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought
or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The political incentives of the U.S. Congress and the Department of Defense tended
to work together in a way that created enormous incentives
to increase military spending. For example, when there’s a major
weapons program like, say, the F-35, which is the current Air Force
combat aircraft, is being purchased, members of Congress might have questions
about this plane like is it performing well? Are we getting a good
deal for our money and so forth. They are reluctant to vote against it
because it means going up against potential jobs in their states. The Congress people in whose district
those companies are located and the Defense Department that then gets to
use the equipment that is purchased in this way. And Eisenhower believed
that that complex of the military, the industry and the government, the
Congress in particular, created a tendency for the United States
to overspend on national security. For most of the defense industry, their
biggest source of business is the Department of Defense. So they kind of
live and die with the defense budget as it increases, the revenue
increases, as it decreases, the revenue decreases. Waging an actual war is
a very expensive project. The 9/11 attacks in 2001 were a shock
to the American psyche, led to a substantial ramping up of U.S. military spending in the years after
2001, partly because of the immediate issue of terrorism and partly because
of the closely related but second order problems of the wars that
the counterterrorist program led to in Afghanistan and Iraq. The price tag gets huge. And so American defense spending has
grown radically since 2001 and remains very high. And Lockheed Martin is the
top-contracted company by the U.S. government. In 2018 alone,
the company sold $37.7 billion worth of contracts
to the U.S. government, making up 70%
of their net sales. The other 28% came from foreign military
sales and 2% came from commercial and other customers. Lockheed’s total revenue in 2018
was about $53 billion. By contrast, Lockheed’s next biggest
competitor, Boeing, was awarded about $23 billion from government
contracts the same year. So even though Boeing is a much
larger company with $101 billion in total revenue in 2018, only a small portion
of its business relies on defense contracts. Boeing might be a prominent example
where they do get a lot of revenue from the commercial business falling,
in fact, it’s about two thirds of its revenue from commercial
aviation, about a third from its defense business. Boeing mostly makes
planes for commercial airlines, but it also has a robust business
making military aircraft and other weapons. The next largest
competitor is Raytheon. Raytheon is a prominent defense firm
that offers services in everything from cybersecurity to
missile defense. 68% of Raytheon’s net sales
came from the U.S. government in 2018, which
means about $18.4 billion. They list
their principal U.S. government customer as the U.S. Department of Defense, as
does Lockheed Martin. However, before Lockheed Martin got
this very crucial customer, it struggled to define its identity. Glenn L. Martin opened his aviation
company on August 16th, 1912. The company went on to become one
of the earliest suppliers of the U.S. military, making aircraft for both
the army and the navy. They went on from success to success
through the twenties and the thirties pioneering all sorts of new
aircrafts, but particularly military airplanes. In 1961, the
second Glenn L. Martin Company merged with
the American Marietta Corporation. It was renamed the
Martin Marietta Corporation. The same year, Glenn Martin
launched his aviation business, the Lockheed brothers launched their
aviation business, the Alco Hydro Aeroplane Company, which was later
named Lockheed Aircraft Company. Lockheed, L-o-u-g-h-e-a-d, is
pronounced like Lockheed. People had a hard time pronouncing it
that led to the brothers legally changing the spelling of
their surname to Lockheed. Malcolm went on to start a
successful car hydraulic brake company, and Alan resigned after the company
was bought by Detroit Aircraft Corporation. But the company didn’t last
long and fell into receivership under the Title Insurance and Trust
Company of Los Angeles, officially killing Lockheed Aircraft Corp., which was a subsidiary. Its assets were sold off to Robert
Gross and other investors who went on to form a new Lockheed
Aircraft Corporation of Delaware. Lockheed Aircraft Corporation changed its
name in 1977 to Lockheed Corporation to demonstrate they offer
other services besides aviation. Those two companies, the Martin
Marietta Corporation and Lockheed Corporation, were two prominent competitors
in the defense marketplace. However, that marketplace has never
been completely independent of the government’s actions, just as President
Eisenhower had warned when he spoke of the
military-industrial complex. Military procurement had declined around 52%
from 1985 to 1997 in current dollar terms. Before 2001,
many people believed that national security had become a lot easier with
the end of the Cold War and that the United States could take what
was referred to at the time, a peace dividend. The much larger defensive
efforts that the United States had made during the Cold War when
we had to fight Soviet Union weren’t necessary anymore when the Soviet Union
collapsed and the Cold War ended. So defense budgets tended to decline. Leadership at the Department of Defense
inferred that the defense industry would have to shrink around 40% in
order to save the industry from collapsing amid declining demand
from the department. Officials encouraged companies to consolidate in
an effort to save each other. At the end of the Cold
War, there were concerns about whether the Pentagon budget, which was going to come down
about 10 to 25 percent or so was projected in real terms. Could that smaller budget sustain
the same number of contractors? And William Perry, the secretary of
defense, in the administration felt the answer was no. In fact, in
1993, the government asked specifically for less competition among
defense contractors. Look to your left.
Look to your right. One of your companies is not going to
be here in a couple of years. And then you also had
the infamous Last Supper. We think there are too many companies
in this business and we want to merge and combine with one another at
reduced costs to us, overhead costs at the corporate level. Norm Augustine
kind of engineered the whole series of mergers. Infamously or famously, Norm Augustine
who at the time was the head of Martin Marietta was at the
table with a bunch of other industry haters. And he was one of
the most aggressive executives taking that guidance and running with it. And he became CEO of the
combined Lockheed Martin and also consolidated and purchased lot of other
companies. Lockheed Martin absorbed large companies like Ford Aerospace
and Loral Corporation. Basically the big winner and that
consolidation after the Last Supper was Lockheed Martin. It was after that
that Lockheed aircraft and Martin Mary had emerged. In 1958, Lockheed Martin
proposed to Northrop Grumman and the government actually told them
not to do that. They cancelled that transaction. They said they wouldn’t approve it
and the idea was dropped. So that was that’s kind of, if
you will, the sort of the generally accepted end of the the
Last Supper consolidation era. By 2000, the industry had consolidated
into the marketplace we know today with Lockheed on top. So the way
the industry is structured now, the barriers to enter are huge. Unless they
brought up some of the existing companies, you’re only going to have
a couple of competitors for most things you might want to
do. Lockheed Martin now stretches into four business segments:
Aeronautics, Missiles and Fire Control, Rotary and Mission
Systems and space. It’s a company that has combined with
other companies over time to gain its current market position as the
largest company in the world. In 2019, Raytheon and United Technologies
announced intention to merge to have a better edge
on the defense industry. To protect their profits, companies like
Lockheed Martin also sell their aircraft to American allies when
cleared by the State Department. When the defense budget in the U.S. started to fall, a lot of companies
really amped up their work to sell products overseas. So depending on the company, that’s probably
now like 25 to 30 percent of their revenue may come
from international sales. That’s one way the government
controls the defense marketplace. Another way is through direct
negotiations with industry CEOs. In the 2017 fiscal year, the
then president, Barack Obama, proposed a budget of $582.7 billion for the
Department of Defense. The following year in 2018, President
Trump proposed a budget of $639.1 billion. For the fiscal year 2019,Trump
proposed a budget of $716 billion for national security, with $686
billion for the Department of Defense. And looking to the future,
Trump proposed a budget of $750 billion with $718.3 billion going to the Department of
Defense for the fiscal year 2020. The company was well positioned in the
Obama years as well because, you know, he actually spent significant money
in this decade, which includes most of the Obama two terms. We’ve spent a trillion more on the
Pentagon than in the prior decade, which was at the peak of
the Iraq and Afghan wars. President Barack Obama appointed Lockheed
CEO Marillyn Hewson to the president’s export council in
September of 2013. Marillyn Hewson from Lockheed Martin. Obviously, one of our greatest innovators
and one of those innovations is the F-35 fighter jet. It is the most advanced
fighter in the world. It’s stealth. You cannot see it. Is that correct? That’s correct. Better be correct. Right? A single F-35
can cost over $80 million and the government hasn’t always been happy with
the F-35’s performance and price. Then President-elect Donald Trump thought
the F-35’s program delays and high costs were bad for business. This one from the president-elect based
on the tremendous cost and cost overruns of the Lockheed Martin F-35, I’ve
asked Boeing to price out a comparable F-18 Super Hornet. This caused Lockheed Martin shares to
fall around 2% and sent Boeing shares up 0.5%. In January 2017, Trump commented on
the tension of his negotiation with Lockheed Martin. Look at
what’s happening with Lockheed. Number one, we’re cutting the price of
their planes by a lot, but they’re also expanding. And that’s going
to be a good thing. Ultimately, they’re going to
be better off. Hewson is actually in this very
interesting sweet spot where the defense budgets never been bigger
under any presidency. So that gives her company a lot of
leeway to snatch up a lot of those contracts. I don’t see any realistic
chance that there’s another company that’s going to exceed Lockheed Martin
in the next five years. Lockheed Martin will be delivering 478
F-35 aircraft to the U.S. government under their biggest deal yet,
a $34 billion contract with the Pentagon. In 2019, the U.S. government also approved the sale of 32
F-35 jets to Poland for around $6.5 billion so the company is poised
to be successful among allies as well. When you look at Lockheed’s diverse
portfolio and you pair that with a defense budget at a tune of
$700 billion, of course Lockheed is prime suited to pick up more government contracts
and to ride even more of a successful wave.

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Uber vs Lyft – Which Pays Better? – Ridesharing Comparison


Ah, Uber. The monster ride service that is such a How-did-I-ever-live-without-it?
part of modern life that it spawned imitators in the ride space, as well as Uber-esque services
that applied the on-demand concept to laundry with Rinse, to takeout with DoorDash, and
convenience store items with Postmates. The company’s main, direct competitor is
Lyft, which also allows you to order up a ride in most U.S. cities with a couple swipes
on your smartphone. But how exactly do theses two companies two
stack up? Who was first? Which is best for passengers? Which is best for drivers? We thought it would be fun to compare these
two ride-hailing giants, in this episode of The Infographics Show, Uber vs Lyft. Don’t forget to subscribe and click the
bell button so that you can be part of our Notification Squad. As for who was first on the scene, the answer
is actually neither. Fun fact: someone got the idea way back in
2002. The founder of Sidecar patented the basic
idea – apparently not thoroughly enough – back then, but only offered service 9
years later in 2011. The first real-time network for ride service
began to usurp taxis, airport car services, and public transportation options as a logical
choice for American urbanites. But the company shut down in 2015 after Uber
and Lyft expanded aggressively enough to prove insurmountable as competitors. Uber and Lyft are both headquartered in San
Francisco, and while rideshare and the more accurate ridehail are used to describe the
services, their official sector is transportation network, or TNC. The term was created by a California state
government agency just to establish a framework to begin to regulate ridehail in 2013. Uber cars are distinctive for its square in
a broken circle logo on a windshield sticker, what used to be a U. Lyft, meanwhile, has
a pink mustache on the dashboard or grill, or its own windshield sticker. Uber was conceived in 2009 and launched as
a mobile app in 2011. Lyft previously existed as Zimride before
re-incorporating as Lyft in May 2012. Uber has had more cash on hand, raising a
total of $8.81 billion in 14 fundraising rounds from 79 investors since 2009. Lyft, counting its earlier incarnation as
Zimride, has pulled in just $2.61 billion. Since it’s been known as Lyft, the company
has raised $2.53 billion. Put a different way, Uber has effectively
attracted about three-and-a-half times the investor cash that Lyft has, as of April 2017. Major score for Team Black over Team Pink. With that cash, Uber has expanded globally,
now operating in at least 570 cities, while Lyft is in 500 U.S. cities. But both of these neck-and-neck competitors
overstate their presence a little, as each has cities and boroughs within a larger, also-listed
metropolitan area, like Santa Monica and Pasadena listed along with Los Angeles. So the full count is probably closer to 540
global cities for Uber, and about 475 U.S. cities for Lyft. Estimates circulate, but hard numbers on their
profits are unavailable, as they are privately held. Because many contracted drivers work both
apps, it’s hard to peg the actual market share of each company. Regardless of current share of faithful drivers
or riders, both have to watch their backs, as female-focused ride services create a new
niche and pull business from these leaders. Southern California has See Jane Go, while
Safr launched in Boston with plans to expand on the East Coast. So, which company has more service options
for you? Uber has spawned a bike courier division and
has UberEATS to compete with the business that DoorDash and Postmates pull away, but
the company otherwise goes head to head with Lyft on four identical service types: economy
fare for an individual rider that could be anything from a compact to luxury car (Uber
X or standard Lyft), something bigger for groups (Uber XL or Lyft Plus), luxury cars
(UberBLACK or Lyft Premier), or a carpooling option frequently patronized as a carpooling
or public transit alternative on one’s daily commute (UberPOOL or Lyft Line). How about the advantage for drivers? If you want to hit the road to earn extra
cash on your own schedule, as those Uber commercials promise, which company really is better? Uber does not have a tip function in its customer-facing
app, while Lyft does. It seems Lyft has the earnings advantage,
but according to SherpaShare, a dashboard for drivers to manage their side hustles,
self-reported data tabulated in 2015 showed that Uber drivers took in, on average, $13.36
per trip while Lyft drivers earned $12.53. Where Lyft one-ups Uber is in recruitment
cash. Lyft’s Ambassador program can be lucrative,
and does not require one to be a driver in order to recruit drivers. This is a big boost for Team Pink, as it gets
non-drivers talking about the company with everyone they know, circulating the brand
and its advantages in social circles. But Uber will back your lease so you can get
a new car with great fuel economy, like the Uber-popular Prius, even with middling credit. Meanwhile Lyft has a rental program with fewer
model choices. With either company, you can boost your income
by running advertising in your backseat or offering product demos, taking advantage of
the ever-growing number of options to side hustle your side hustle. Those options come from third party companies,
not the ride apps themselves. You might have to consider these options,
as both companies vary their pricing. That is, they make your earnings unpredictable. Uber has taken more public heat for its variable
pricing, slashing ride fares and cutting drivers’ earnings, and spiking its pricing in times
of high demand, like a New York snowstorm, gouging its customers. For what you do earn, both companies have
options to cash out sooner, rather than the previous system of a weekly payday. Uber’s Instant Pay works the same as Lyft’s
Express Pay, while a third party app, DailyPay, is now available to Uber drivers, as well
as the contractors of Fasten, DoorDash, and Instacart. Lyft led the charge here, giving drivers the
option to cash out sooner starting in 2015, with Uber quick on its heels to stay competitive. Both Uber and Lyft, privately held and with
minimal disclosure requirements, exist somewhat in mystery, and have acquired their urban
legends. What is really happening behind closed doors? How much are they actually profiting? We only know what leaks out, but there has
been plenty. When it comes to scandal, Uber takes the cake. The company was caught trying to dig up dirt
that could smear a critical journalist in 2014, has endured a stream of news over the
last few years that raise questions about the actual safety of the service, and faced
a #DeleteUber campaign when drivers continued to serve U.S. airports where citizens were
protesting restrictive immigration policies and pushing for a boycott in January 2017. Lyft pledged to donate $1 million to the ACLU
after the airport incident, issuing an open letter to users via email. The company appeared to announce its own culture
to the world, but it was also an opportunity to smack its opponent while it was down. Uber then committed to a $3 million legal
defense fund for immigrants who might be unfairly targeted by Trump Administration policies,
but didn’t specify the agencies that would receive the funding or what kind of cases
they would take. That was all before Uber engineer Susan Fowler
exited the company in February 2017 after battling what she says was a documented and
protected culture of sexism, and the company’s data gathering program Greyball, used to avoid
authorities who might impose regulation on the semi-legal company, came to light in March
2017. Meanwhile a taxi and limo lobby maintains
the website Who’s Driving You?, where safety incidents involving ride hail are meticulously
documented. So, which ride hail service do you prefer,
and why?! Let us know in the comments. And if you want to see more company comparisons,
check out the episode entitled “Coke vs Pepsi.” As always, thanks for watching, and don’t
forget to like, share, and subscribe. Also, please consider heading over to our
Patreon; we are currently raising money to hire more writers so that we can continue
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[DAY 6] #STARTSTRONG2020 – Marketing (Facebook & Google)


Hey and welcome to day 6 of #STARTSTRONG2020, question for you have you got your tickets yet? Kingdom Business Summit 2020
tickets are selling out they will sell out well early before the event and you
will miss out because we have room capacity so if you’re coming register
early you go to KingdomBusiness.com.au that I you in this little morning
episode I want to talk to you about marketing because it would be crazy if
we didn’t touch marketing at least once in this thing like it kind of answers so
many of your issues in business right if you can market get more customers in the
door make more money it solves about 99.9% of issues in business if you can
market your way out of them so I want to talk about these two right I want to
talk about Google Adwords and Facebook Ads I could have picked one of 20
strategies that we teach our clients but these two are going to be relevant for
every single one of you now of course prerequisite you need a very well
designed website right it’s 2020 you you can’t use your 1998 website anymore
you can’t probably even use your 2016-17 website anymore because you know all the
platforms have changed Google’s demands are changed it’s got to be modern ok for
me, I’m always building a website like there’s always work going on a website
somewhere here because I’ve always got to be updated and modern so with Google
Google Ads what do I want to tell you about that, I want to tell you that once
you’ve got a decent website it’s the best place to be marketing your business
why it’s intent-based marketing there are people that are searching on a
device today for your services somewhere in this country and beyond right there
are people today that will go to a browser and they will type in you know
whatever uniform supply Gold Coast lawyer Sydney accountant Melbourne
whatever business that you’re in there are people that are searching for
that right now today on devices and laptops all over the world so why
wouldn’t you run an ad so that they can see your ad click on it and go to your
website and find out about you like there are people already searching and
so why wouldn’t you put your company in front of the people that are looking
right now of their own volition they’re searching why wouldn’t
you go and put your company in front of them all right so all you have to do
okay I want to kind of draw these steps out for you do some
research on keywords you can do that by going to the keyword planner under the
tools section of your AdWords account and you can throw in you know just brain
dump 50 different keywords that you think people might be searching for
your business and it’ll give you a report on how much it’s going to cost
give or take to run ads against it how many people are searching for it gives
you all the data and then you can run ads against those keywords the second
thing you need is a well-crafted ad use all of the available tools three
headlines two descriptions site links call-outs everything that you can have
you need to have it all for every single ad to give you the biggest real estate
so that you take up the most amount of screen okay
then you know it’s got to be compelling got to talk about what uniques got to
include the keyword phrase in the headline that’ll get people’s attention
they click on it to go to a website website needs to build trust at the
start and it’s a video of you talking about what makes you unique any
guarantees that you give okay put a face to the name and then we want to put in
front of them basically the information they’re looking for so if they typed in
uniforms Gold Coast we want to build trust and talk about uniforms Gold Coast
and then lead them down a path to a call to action somewhere on the site if they
typed in workwear Gold Coast they’ll go to a different page but it still has to
build trust and then we, you know take them on a path and lead them to an
outcome okay if you can put those steps together
then you can turn on Google Adwords and it will work day and night for you yeah
you got to go back and maintain it and manage it and review it and tweak it but
that strategy is a passive strategy set it up once watch it unfold over the next
days weeks and months okay Facebook yes there are less people on Facebook than
they used to be yes it’s a lot more expensive than it used to be but if you
want to target people in that 40-45 and over bracket who are the people that have the
most amount of money for discretionary spending on products and services then
Facebook is still the number one place to run ads yes Instagram is there yes
Tik Tok ads are there and there’s a whole bunch of places you can spend
money but Facebook still has even though the economics
are higher now it still has the lion’s share but I would say this to you gone
are the days where you could just run an ad run a video run an image to an
audience and drive them to a website and get it to convert okay those days are
getting harder and harder and harder what I would say to you is you need to
learn custom conversion ads okay so it’s not a traffic ad it’s a conversion ad
and basically, you have to go inside and I don’t have the luxury of telling you
exactly step by step unless of course you come to the summit because it’s one
of the things I’m going to be teaching there how to do this step by step but
basically, you tell Facebook I want this outcome and there’s about 20
different options that you can choose from one of them is a purchase one of
them is somebody put something in a shopping cart one of them is they filled
out a form one of them is whatever there’s a whole bunch of different
options you say to Facebook I want that group okay I want that outcome and then
you build a really big audience and you say I want you to go to that big group
of interests or my database or look like or you go to that audience and
get me that outcome and it will do it’s machine learning and find out from that
group who is most likely to take the action that you are looking for and
it’ll market your products to them and it’ll you know over time it will learn
who does and who doesn’t and it’ll get better at finding you your best client
okay you’ve got to learn this is a bit more sophisticated than just
running a traffic ad and working out why it doesn’t work you’ve got to learn
custom conversion ads and I’ll go one step further then you’ve got to learn
how to do remarketing ads which is where you basically you know you go to the big
audience and you say give me this outcome and then Facebook is able to
learn who does take that outcome and who doesn’t take that outcome so currently
I’m running remarketing ads to people that went to the Kingdom Business
website and didn’t buy tickets so I’m able to get a distinction between the
audience that did and the audience that didn’t and send a remarketing add to the
ones that went to the site but didn’t buy a ticket that’s the level of
sophistication you need with Facebook now because that’s where it’s at okay
it’s become more expensive my cp/m my cost per 1000 impressions when I
first started Facebook ads in 2013 was about three dollars to three dollars
fifty four one thousand impressions today it’s somewhere between 28 and 32
dollars per 1000 impressions and it’s still insanely cheap so that’s ten times
the price of what it was in 2013 okay but but if you don’t jump on it now
it’ll be ten times the price again and then you’ll be paying a lot more money
so just jump on and start taking this stuff seriously if you’re not marketing
your business now out of the blocks 2020 then you’re gonna be chasing your
tail at some point okay start marketing using both of those tools if you’re
doing them but you’re not doing them great double down get them working for
you and and and it’s money for Jam because they’re happening while you
sleep which is a beautiful thing like I run my ads I’ll wake up in the morning I
checked my Facebook people have bought tickets and I didn’t you know I just set
this up three days ago four days ago whenever and it runs
without me and it’s a beautiful thing so you should be learning how to do those
Scripture of the day why it’s got nothing to do with Facebook ads and
Google Ads but we are believers in business so we should be including God
in everything, we do here is a random scripture that I absolutely love Hebrews
12:11 and I’ve got the New King James I like a little bit of that regal but it
says now no chastening okay discipline if you want another word now no
chastening seems joyful for the present but painful nevertheless afterwards it
yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness for those who have been
trained by it other versions say no discipline seems
great at the time it’s painful but it yields a good harvest down the line and
I firmly believe that so here’s a prayer that I think you should be praying every
single day for the next year or more this is the prayer God show me where my
character is letting me down if you will make that prayer he will show you and
you’ll be able to get stuff out of your life that’s in your life and when you
get it out of your life he can trust you with more because you look more like him
God show me where my character is letting me down hey thanks for watching
I’ll be back tomorrow with another episode see you soon

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Portland Trail Blazers roster Salary 2019: Who is the Highest Paid player?


Portland Trail Blazers is the 16th richest
team in NBA. Forbes estimated the team value around $1300
Million dollars. “Paul Allen” bought this franchise in 1998
and now in 2019 this team is worth around $1.3 Billion. The roster is getting much good salaries as
compared to other Basketball teams. Let’s talk about the top 8 highest paid players
of Portland Trail Blazers as per 2019 contracts. Number 08: Zach Collins is 21 years old. He has contract of 3 years worth of $10.9
Million. His average yearly salary is $3.6 million. The current contract will expire in 2021. Number 07: Al-Farouq Aminu is 28 years old. He has contract of 4 years worth of $30 Million
dollars. His average yearly salary is $7.5 million. The current contract will expire in 2019. Number 06: Meyers Leonard is 26 years old. He has contract of 4 years worth of $41 Million. His average yearly salary is $10.2 million. The contract will expire in 2020. Number 05: Maurice Harkless is 25 years old. He has contract of 04 years worth of $42 Million. His average yearly salary is $10.5 million. The contract will expire in 2020. Number 04: Jusuf Nurkic is 24 years old. He has contract of 04 years worth of $48 Million. His average yearly salary is $12 million. The contract will expire in 2022. Number 03: Evan Turner is 30 years old. He has contract of 04 years worth of $70 Million. His average yearly salary is $17.5 million. The contract will expire in 2020. Number 02 C.J. McCollum: C.J. McCollum is
27 years old. He has contract of 04 years worth of $106
Million. His average yearly salary is $27 million. The contract will expire in 2021. Finally the Number 01: Damian Lillard is the
heart of Blazers. This 28 years old has a contract of 05 years
worth of $140 Million. His average yearly salary is $28 million. The contract will expire in 2021. Who is your favorite player from the team? Please let us know in the comment section. Please like, share and subscribe.