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together Hello everybody welcome back to the failing for you podcast it is me
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your host Jordan Yates and today we have two guests and all I have to say is meow
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we have the we have the conveyor cougar Miss
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Kathy Renee re oh my gosh rinin oh my gosh meow Jordan hashtag hasht hashtag
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meow everybody hashtag Jordan doesn’t know how to pronounce names hash forgetful and then Lauren vemar Lauren I
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think I did that right Miss uh conveyor kitten slash automation armadillo okay
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I’m butchering it all to uh to Workshop that and figure out which one is going
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to stick I know which one I prefer yeah uh I’m team conveyor kitten all the way
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sorry not sorry guys if you haven’t heard of the conveyor kitten SL cougar combination
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well this is your introduction today now I I come across Kathy on LinkedIn and I
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I don’t remember when it first happened but I do remember being kind of taken about when I saw conveyor cougar I was
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like okay this is very interesting one thing unto another we’ve been sort of chatting through different messages and
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interacting with each other’s post and so they have a very interesting background in they have a family company
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they’ve done Automation and if you guys didn’t pick up on it Kathy and Lauren our mother daughter so we’re going to
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get into all things family Dynamics working together Automation and the generation of Tik Tok and automation
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coming together so let’s start off Kathy I’m Gonna Let You Go first kind of give yourself your introduction and say hello
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to everybody hey everybody by now you may have already heard of flexline
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Automation and the conveyor cougar I have to thank my lovely daughter Lauren
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for that to name she totally regrets it now which just feeds me
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yeah um the name actually came about because I am a smart alec and I say
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things sometimes without thinking about it and so it really is my own damn fault
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and that only makes it that much worse yeah anybody like oh my God I I
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know I know the conveyor Co I see her on LinkedIn I’m like great you know we were in a meeting
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and we we were making a sales call a joint sales call and I mean I walked out
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of there feeling like the total old lady and I looked at Lauren and I’m like when did I become the old lady in the room I
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mean these are just like you know kiddos in there and when when I feel like such
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a cougar and she jokingly is like a yeah Mom the conveyor cougar and I was like
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oh my God but I am though and I floated it on a LinkedIn post and everybody was
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just like that is too funny and Lauren was like oh I hate it so I
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went with it and it’s actually a Kind of a Funny
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Story because um the first time I met you Jordan was at HC last year yeah and
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that show someone came up to me and they were looking at our uh box director that we were exhibiting there with our
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friends at Southwestern pts and they’re like flex line flex line I know that I
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know that I’ve seen your stuff somewhere like and then honest to God he came back the next day and was like oh I figured
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it out so I followed this lady called the conveyor cougar on LinkedIn and I’m just like
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great I am never going to be able to tell her this story or I’m never going to live it down and um yeah it’s kind of
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just snowballed from there obviously it’s got name recognition and it’s got uh little bit of fun and alliteration
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which is always a good thing in my mind but um yeah that’s that was brilliant you did a great you did a great thing
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Lauren you gotta trademark that Lauren personality to pull it off I mean I don’t mind wearing the leopard’s print
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and you know the the leather pants and all of the things that you would expect with a conveyor cougar I’m for so you
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know it works for us or just a regular cougar you know
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right no it’s amazing so when you started using that like how long did it
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take to sort of catch on to where people start calling you more by that or recognizing you more as the conveyor
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cougar than Kathy wow you know it really seemed like it didn’t take very long at all but uh
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it it really all came together in The Perfect Storm for us because we had a Marketing Group that worked for us for
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some time and we were making all these really great videos and they were just languishing out on YouTube with no views
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no nothing and one day one of them was like well you know if you really want to
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get some views and get your videos out there you need to use Tik Tok and Lauren being my Millennials like not it and me
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being you know like well I’m I’m the old lady here well why the heck not right so
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I started the Tik Tock so I started the Tik Tock about the same time as the whole conveyor
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cougar thing was born and so um it came
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I floated it on LinkedIn kind of all at one time and I went from you know two
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followers which were probably Lauren and her dad and you know I I really jumped I
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mean I don’t have a million followers or anything like that but I am so grateful for the followers that I have because they are they’re diard loyal in their
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you know I mean they are truly interested in what content we put out
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and and give us feedback on it but it it was to answer your question probably I mean within three or four months I mean
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we we went to pack Expo we had had people coming to the booth at pack Expo asking for the conveyor cougar and
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Lauren’s just like no say it is not so
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they expect you like put some sort of like show on like oh it’s me the conveyor cougar like are he supposed to
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do something oh my God I getting like a monogram shirt and my husband bless his
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heart he made himself this hat out of puff paint that said you know I’m with the conveyor
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cougar and he wore that to pack X and I me we have just really tried to have fun
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with it I mean that’s the I’ve been in this business this will be my 40th year this year flex line turns 40 um it’s my
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anniversary with Lauren’s dad Rhett and you know if it weren’t for the sense of humor and being able to laugh and really
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have fun we would have never made it 40 years as a couple let alone 40 years as
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a family business you know that that just would not have been possible so the whole sense of humor thing has played
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out well and and we just have lots of fun with it Lauren how did you end up sticking
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around and being a part of the family business did you ever venture out and try something else and then get pulled back in or did you always just kind of
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go with it because I mean it sounds like a fun place to be but you know how kids and parents are sometimes it’s like oh
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I’m gonna do my own thing did you ever try a different path first um I did so I
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actually I worked here right after undergrad and then I went and I got my Master’s Degree and whenever I came back
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mom actually didn’t want to hire me back I was still a little salty that she left
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I’m not GNA lie mad at me um but I wanted I wanted to come back
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and I wanted to come back to the area um because over the course of time that I was gone I really realized what was
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important to me and one of those big things was to be able to be around my family and at that point all of my
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grandparents and everybody was here in this area um and then it just so
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happened that we got a really big project at the same time and so Dad
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actually um hired me against mom’s wishes to do project management on that
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and uh yeah it was a it was a really really fun project and it was um really good
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learning experience for me and for a variety of of reasons
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and and to be able to talk to like my professors and things and be like you know your HR class did not prepare me
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for for mediating these arguments that I’m having with these employees that we’
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hired specifically to do that project and things and it’s just like oh boy real life versus uh the academic career
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was a bit of an Awakening but it was also a lot of fun and it was interesting and I got to spend a lot of time with my
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dad and uh my grandpa while he was still alive and he would come over and was
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just very impressed with it and it was really nice I was very impressed with it she did a phenomenal job and and I’m
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just gonna like throw this in I I didn’t want to hire her mainly because I really
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why Kathy I wanted her to go get a job with another company so that when she
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did come crawling back but she’d realized just how good she had
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it doesn’t sound Petty at all you know I mean hey it’s a mom you
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know it’s a mom thing but uh I’m I’m super proud of what she accomplished you
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should probably give Mississippi State a plug you know um she did graduate with
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the Masters in marketing and that’s probably where the whole conveyor cougar thing came from it was probably planted
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there as a seed in school but sure all of my classmates there from the MBA program are going to listen and be like
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oh God that’s what happened that’s what up doing like she was president of the
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MBA Association she had so much promise like I feel like from the outside
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looking in what you guys are doing looks super cool and I think you’re putting that inba to work in all the best ways
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possible like and that’s the funny thing with marketing and social media sometimes when you’re at home and you’re
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doing this stuff it’s like it it’s it feels not like an impostor syndrome but kind of like you don’t always feel like
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it’s as cool as it is to people who don’t know you and then if they don’t know you and they’ve just come across like sort of your branding they’re like
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whoa like like this is all they know you as like this is the personality and it’s very interesting to see how people
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absorb it that don’t know you in your like actual real life versus who know you through social media so I think it’s
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very fun to kind of like play with branding and see how you come across cuz I think whatever you two are doing it’s
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obviously working very well and it’s been very fun to watch now I I want to get back into the the Tik Tok thing so
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as a person who does social media myself I find it pretty interesting that you’ve had success on Tik Tok with like your
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automation stuff now I’d kind of like to learn more about that personally and I think the listeners would too because I
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think some of us shy away from Tik Tok because we think well that’s not where our buyers are that’s not where you know
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like we’re going to form a deal or an opportunity so can you kind of walk us through like how the brand recognition
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there and the growth there has helped you in your business and either one of you wants to take it that’s a tremendous
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springboard Lauren doesn’t Tik Tok so I’m guess I’m gonna have to take this I mean I don’t even think she has a Tik
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Tok account I do not so um I I drew the
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Short Straw I had to learn to do the Tik Tock I found myself an 11-year-old to
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teach me how and I’m still not all that great at it but you know the thing about
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the platform itself is that Tik Tok is really trying to be more B2B and they do
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have a lot more um analytical data and metrics available for the business
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account and I have a business account as flexline automation I have a personal
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account as me Kathy renie and I also have the conveyor cougar and and the reason why I first created the business
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account and I got disappointed because I could only use really crappy music for
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my videos because a business account they they really limit you know they really watch that and I want to be
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trendier and so I’m like well to heck with that I will just save the business account for stagi old business posts you
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know so um up came the conveyor cougar who can just pretty much do whatever she wants and that’s why I love that Alter
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Ego it’s like you know but I I started doing that and I use it really as as I
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say a springboard because I create content there and then I share it across
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other platforms you know x Facebook and Instagram and of course LinkedIn and
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Snapchat and um so even some Reddit sometimes will share out to that and and
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it’s it’s just really quick it’s easy to use it’s something you can throw on
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there something a little catchy and I wouldn’t have thought the automation
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would really fly but not to Pat myself on the back too much but I do really do
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a great job you know picking out the music for the videos and a lot of people comment on that on LinkedIn when I make
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a post they’re just like waiting to see what the song choice is going to be so you know I spend a lot of time I sit at
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my desk making a lot of Tik toks and Lauren will hear me playing different songs and she’ll be like oh God mom’s on
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Tik Tok again and Heaven help her if she wants to get things to line up just right because you hear the same
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10 seconds of music over and over and over dear Lord I’m going to get you
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headphones for Christmas like yes it’s really fun and there are a lot more businesses that are joining the
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platform um when I first started I didn’t see a lot of other automation content but you know I’m seeing a lot
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more their algorithm is pretty much like you know any anything else if you show an interest in something you know they
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just fill your feed with it and so now my feed is full of all sorts of cool
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automation projects and stuff like that and and I’m seeing more people and
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having I have more followers I have quite a few followers I mean I don’t have anything like you know some of the
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cool Tik Tok people do but you know how many followers you have Kathy I
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have I think a thousand I don’t know
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1,70 something almost 1100 maybe maybe 1,00 I have I really don’t know honestly
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for sure um I try to post something out there every day or work yeah at least
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three or four times a week and finding the full the the cool fun relevant content is
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hard um but I watched a a really great webinar that A3 the association for
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advancing automation put on about social media and and they mentioned a tip which
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I found very valuable and that’s like recycle stuff because you know the followers that you had six months ago
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when you posted that you they aren’t the ones that are going to see that in their feed and so if you’re not recycling your
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posts you’re losing a lot of opportunity for the new folks to be able to see that content and that helps kind of alleviate
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you know the content fatigue that we all suffer when you’re trying to stay relevant in social
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media yeah no I think that’s a great tip because something that I struggle with a lot and have always shied away from Tik
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Tok and like reals and things like that is because there is always a new trend like you said and hopping on it
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understanding it learning it that has always overwhelmed me to where I’m like oh I create quote unquote like original
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content it’s because I’m just too lazy to like go like lip sync to the video or I try and then it just makes me feel so
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frustrated and I’m like you know what if I just do something that’s totally like random then that’ll be faster and easier
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but like it doesn’t track as well as when you do plug into the trends because
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those are the things that Trend super well yes and I I think I’ve always kind of preached to people at conferences for
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marketing B2B that like hey you know it it’s fine to just stick to one platform like you don’t need to get into Tik Tok
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like there’s you know we haven’t seen as much return there but I love more than anything to be wrong and learn more
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which is you know failing for you that’s what we’re we’re always trying to improve and it’s cool hearing that you
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guys are across so many platforms Lauren do you have insights into sort of the stuff you’re putting on the other
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platforms you guys are using and kind of how that’s been going and in like what seems worth the time versus what’s like
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still in experimental phase well I mean definitely for what we do you know
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LinkedIn works a lot better than Facebook and Instagram and things like
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that I mean there has been some research out there that uh jenzy is going to be
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really shuffling and changing how um marketing really will work because they
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do a lot of their purchasing based off of Tik Tok and Instagram and things like that even in the BT World which I think
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is going to throw a big wrench into things for a lot of uh B2B communication
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because like I I’m still very old-fashioned right like I’ve got it in my head like this needs to be
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professional we need to you know there’s a certain aesthetic and there’s a certain way of speaking and like I
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personally had like this major major problem where all of these studies were
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like you should use emojis and your businesso business communication but and I’m like I don’t feel comfortable using
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emojis and business communication like I load mine up I load it up with
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Emojis I load it up with hashtags I just sprinkle that crap all over all of it you know and and I think the thing is
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Tik Tok it doesn’t matter what platform you’re doing you want you want to have fun with it and and you want your
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authentic side to come through and when we were having all doing all the professional videos yeah I agree with
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Lauren you know you you need some of those because you need your company to have some credibility but you know what
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do people watch on TV they watch reality TV for a reason you know they want to know who you are they want to know the
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crap you do wrong they want to know when you feel foolish they want to see you
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have fun they want to see you fail they want they want the dirty and and I don’t I I tell Lauren
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all the time you know she’s like well you know who are our customers and I’m like you know you’re selling to people
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it’s B2B but it’s still people and you know you have to appeal to people you’re
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not I mean no business writes a check but the people in the business do you know so so those are the people that you
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really have to Target and and I don’t f focus on on the trends you know I I
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sometimes do them I mean I got totally into the chicken Wars because it was fine but uh you know I don’t focus on
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that and part of the reason why I guess I can get by with that is I’m kind of old and have my own Niche and I just
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throw my own stuff out there everybody gives me a pass you know but uh I think
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it works really well though too having kind of the two-pronged approach where you you have the like oh we’re super
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type professional posts and then you have also have the like Hey we’re real
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we’re entertaining we’re fun to work with and you know having both of those
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together works really really well for us as a company that’s nice that you have that that balance there and I think it
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is so ironic that you know the mom is the one who is the fun quirky one doing
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the crazy content on Tik Tok and the daughter is the one who’s like corporate structured like I I love irony and I
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think it’s perfect if we were to have like dinner or drinks together or anything I mean it it tracks like she
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was always the one I would want to melt into the floor going to show my age a
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little bit but we would go to Spencer’s Gifts in the mall right like Spencer’s Gifts it was this really eclectic little
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store and the guys behind the counter were always like oh my God Lauren your mom is so cool right like every time
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anybody’s like oh my God I love the conveyor cougar I’m like 13 again standing in that Spencer’s Gifts like
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yeah this is so uncomfortable for me um but yeah I’ve I’ve always been much more
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I’m the straight man he is yeah that’s that’s it’s nice to have
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the balance though and I I feel like Kathy I lean more towards your side in the approach of like more the silly the
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fun and all that and that’s why my my tagline is making uh technical content fun and relatable because I think I’m
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not good at being structured and as like serious and Lauren I feel like my
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boyfriend relates to you a lot in the sense where he’s like did you really just post that like that’s so
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embarrassing like why are you putting that on the internet and I’m like babe people love it like don’t worry about it
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like I swear it’s good for business and he’s like you’re running a business and I’m like babe I know but they like
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Jordan they don’t like the like you know and so it’s I I totally feel for you Lauren because I am such a Cathy with
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that stuff and I see daily what it does to your loved ones when you are that embarrassing to them but both sides are
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needed you know like it’s it is important so I guess it’s thank God you guys are you know on the same team and
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has there been times though where you try to communicate to your mom of like Mom like this is a little over the line
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or do you just kind of let her do her thing well not really because I one fun
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thing that maybe your boyfriend doesn’t have I don’t know what background he has but I always say like the marketer in me
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is just like oh my God this is great build the brand girl let’s go the daughter in me is the one that
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problem with this like you know um and that’s a a very fun internal conflict to
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have all the time but uh given that the the marketer in me whenever it is
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something where it’s just like oh my God I would never want to put that out there
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personally to the marketer and me like yes I’m just feeling and um there’s no
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there’s just no rain in the end and the fact that if she would come in and be like Mom I don’t want you to post that I
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mean I would have I my thumb would be on the post button faster then if she was like d post it
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quick quick you know
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my daughter says she can control me right exactly and you know I love to sit in my
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office and hear her on the phone and be like I I always know when somebody brings up canar cougar because she’ll be
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like uh that’s my mom true is is there a certain point
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Lauren where you hit an age and then you become a conveyor cougar or are you always the kitten CU your mom’s the
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cougar like is there a fresh thrh old I I struggle with that because I am 38 I
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am almost as old as the company itself and as someone she closer to 39 but I’m
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not even thanks Mom thank you you’re welcome thank you for that I appreciate it
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um yeah I I feel like I am too old to be considered a kitten and that is part of
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my problem with the whole kitten thing is like I am you’re always going to be my
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kitten there’s that struggle is
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real it’s cute though it’s it’s cute I mean I feel like it’s rare that you come across automation companies that have
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such endearing marketing terms and people working there that like their personality you know rather are shining
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through or they’re in a personality battle with their mom and daughter like I I think it’s it’s very refreshing and
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although Lauren you’re probably cringing and dying on the inside you are giving the people what they want and it like
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Kathy I think you mentioned um people love reality TV and I feel like it’s a version of that what is your favorite
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reality TV shows that you feel like have inspired you in this like journey girl I
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don’t even watch them what you said I am the TV life is a
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reality TV show I mean I go from you know when when you have the crazy
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automation business and then then Lauren and I both have arms on the side and I
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mean right before today’s podcast she was dragging a a baby caffin to her Barn to to her garage to bottle feed it
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garage actually yeah and you know I mean our life is a reality TV show I swear if
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you strapped a GoPro on us and just followed us around we probably have a million subscribers because people would
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be like wow you know just wow and you know so I don’t I don’t watch in of the
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kind of I don’t the Survivor the whole back biting snipy thing is not appealing
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to me because you know I mean I’m still of the generation where you know your
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handshake is your word and you know we’re very honest and straight forward
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and and all of those things and so I I don’t know reality TV really makes me
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cringe but you used to watch American Choppers all the time like that was the whole Popeye bike thing where
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I guess that’s kind of reality TV that’s a reality TV show right like I I think
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so I I love like like watching like Keeping Up with the Kardashians or something like that because I feel like
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I get a lot of my inspiration from when they do the cutaways and like the confessionals where they’re like oh my
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gosh and Kim was totally like this like I love kind of putting that style into my videos sometimes of like breaking the
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fourth wall and like talking straight to them and it’s funny because I think the guys I make videos for never would have
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known where my inspiration came from which makes that much funnier of like we’re mimicking the Kardashians we’re
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mimicking love islands like but we’re putting an automation Twist on it I I think it is fun because it does have
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sort of like the unhinged Vibe of reality TV and Kathy I hope you get your
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own show one day that would be a blessing to us all no does to I’m sure
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yeah she’ll be she would be really happy about that I mean I’d be okay with it but my husband’s an engineer and he’s
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like engineer kind of engineer not be okay yeah know it is it is
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hard you know my husband Lauren’s dad Rhett has a very good sense of humor and so he usually just kind of eggs me on
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but Eric Lauren’s husband does get very embarrassed he’s just like oh both of
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them work here so you know it would be no Escape yeah we work with both of our husbands so it it adds a little Dynamic
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to things that that is very interesting I mean you know hasn’t slowed me
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down I love that so we’re getting kind of close to the end of our time I know we kind of like it I’m I’m such a
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chaotic host I bounce around so much so guys I hope as you’ve been listening so far you’ve been keeping up with it but I
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think overall something we really learned today is one working with your mom can be hella fun and a little cringe
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but overall fun and two Tik Tok is in
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for B2B and there’s it creative and I feel like those are kind two of my big takeways is there you
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guys want to leave the listeners with today um I I know we didn’t get to go as deep because we had two guests ONN but
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I’ve I’ve had a lot of fun so far um I think I would just touch
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briefly on you know small businesses especially we don’t have the same
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marketing budget as our especially we’re integrators right so we’re not manufacturers we don’t have like the
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manufacturer budget for marketing and things like that and I think it’s important for small businesses to kind
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of utilize their creativity and do fund things like the Tik Tock and exploring
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different Avenues we also as small businesses don’t have the same structures in place that really prevent
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us from doing fun things as much as I might personally find them to be slightly cringe um you know and we need
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to really leverage that right like automation is interesting and automation is fun and what we do is fun and if you
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look at all of our business LinkedIn Pages you don’t see that and changing that I think would go
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a long way in into making our industry like more approachable even for the next
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gener we’re always asking what do we do to get more people to join our industry and that’s maybe not be so sty and uh
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and to actually embrace the younger generation you know I mean those are the
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the people that have grown up with you know screens in front of them all the time they’re very comfortable they’re
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very comfortable going on Tik Tok and making a purchasing decision and you know I would wrap things up with you
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know if you’re not following um flexline automation on YouTube you’ll miss seeing one of some
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of my best work because I did U I did a video on particularly proud of called
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R’s robot Emporium and I did that because Lauren’s husband Eric was
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aggravated that we were taking on all of these robot lines and he was just like slow it down slow it down we want to just do this one or this one or the
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other and so uh so I dress up like Lauren’s dad my husband and I I go out
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and I do this whole big sale spiel about we’ve got all kinds of robots and and
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you’ll appreciate it Jordan because the whole thing there was no script you know I’m just standing in front of the green
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screen and I’m just ad living and just making stuff up as I went and uh
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Lauren is the in the background she’s like the the wacky arm thing in the
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background because it’s kind of like a car salesman kind of vibe yeah and okay yeah yeah yeah yeah you know you you
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need to go out and take a look at that R’s robot imporium so follow us on on definitely on Tik Tok follow flexline
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automation on Tik Tok if you want Lauren’s sty videos while conveyor cougar on Tik Tok if you want my
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edgy videos and uh and definitely give us both a follow on LinkedIn um we’re on
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Instagram we’re on Snapchat we’re on Facebook and by we I mean mainly
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me but Lauren does have some accounts too but give us a follow and and then
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let us know what kind of things that you want to see and we’re we’re getting ready to do some like educational videos
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and one of the things on conveyors is catary Sag and you know my Twist on that is going to be like well you know I’m
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here today to talk to you about something that women my age don’t want to discuss and uh that’s sag you know so
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I mean we’ve we’ve got all sorts of things in mind for this year um we’re
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excited I did a Dire Straits Money for Nothing um parody um actually singing
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I’m every band member playing an instrument singing a a song that Lauren wrote to that
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so we’ve got a lot of creative stuff coming and if you’re not following us you’re going to miss it and I would
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really hate that for you I I would hate that for them too it would just be embarrassing if they didn’t know what was going on so guys
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like in the spirit of failing for you don’t fail by not following these ladies
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everywhere because that’s just something you can’t come back from so I’m going to get all of their links from them and I’m
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going to just put it all in the show notes that way you guys don’t have to work hard you just click you follow and enjoy so so ladies thank you so much for
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coming on I swear 30 minutes has never gone by so fast I had such a good time
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I’m such a big fans and I can’t wait to see like what you guys do next come see
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us at modex we’ll be there come see us at automate we’ll be there pack Expo will be there so stop by our booth look
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us up come say hello sounds great guys well as always
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you know thank you guys so much for listening um it once again was me your
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host Jordan Yates and in the meantime I’ll be failing for you see you next week

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