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  • I don't know if you've ever considered running or looked into politics, but with an entrepreneur frame of mind, it can be a frustrating space to be around, you know, because it doesn't make sense maybe to a business person, you know, the leaders bulletin and business, it's stuff you can see.

    我不知道你是否曾經考慮過競選或關注政治,但以企業家的心態,這可能是一個令人沮喪的空間,你知道,因為它沒有意義,也許對一個商人來說,你知道,領導人的公告和業務,是你可以看到的東西。

  • It's visual, the leaders bulletin in politics, it's not visual, it's a lot of proxy and that proxy is you have to be careful with because the proxies are this guy owes that guy in favor, that guy owes this guy a favor and you don't have any favors that oh you yet or you owe them yet.

    這是視覺上的,政治上的領導人公告,這不是視覺上的,是很多代理,而這種代理是你必須要小心的,因為代理是這個人欠那個人的人情,那個人欠這個人的人情,而你還沒有任何人情哦,或者你還欠他們。

  • So the people that owe them the least amount of favors they want that person to win the least.

    是以,欠他們人情最少的人,他們希望那個人贏得最少。

  • It's a very, very interesting the world to be and specifically the one you're in.

    這是一個非常、非常有趣的世界,特別是你所在的世界。

  • But I, I applaud you, you know, today I was just having breakfast with Nick McKinley, I mean I'm sorry, lunch with Nick McKinley.

    但我,我為你鼓掌,你知道,今天我剛和尼克-麥金利吃過早餐,我是說我很抱歉,和尼克-麥金利吃過午餐。

  • Nick McKinley is the real life Jack Ryan.

    尼克-麥金利是現實生活中的傑克-瑞恩。

  • So if you know, if you've seen the movie Jack Ryan, they think wired or bar or vice did a video on him where he was a former CIA agent and he worked on all the crazy projects and amazon reached out to him to allow them to do the movie we're together.

    是以,如果你知道,如果你看過電影《傑克-萊恩》,他們認為有線或酒吧或副業做了一個關於他的視頻,他是前中央情報局特工,他曾參與所有瘋狂的項目,亞馬遜公司向他伸出了橄欖枝,允許他們做我們在一起的電影。

  • He's been here in the office all morning long.

    他整個上午都在辦公室裡。

  • And we were talking and I said, so what direction do you think we're going right now with politics?

    我們在談話時,我說,那麼你認為我們現在的政治是什麼方向?

  • He says, I I think, you know, I like seeing more people who were former business owners who know what the market is really all about to run.

    他說,我我認為,你知道,我喜歡看到更多的人,他們曾經是企業主,知道市場的真正含義,來運行。

  • I think it keeps everybody honest.

    我認為這讓每個人都很誠實。

  • We have too many people who don't know what real life is.

    我們有太多的人不知道什麼是真正的生活。

  • Real life business and the challenges you have to go do that.

    現實生活中的業務和挑戰,你必須去做。

  • What makes you a unique candidate is, Here's a guy that's willing to talk about his challenges and no one here's a guy that break dances.

    使你成為一個獨特的候選人的原因是,這是一個願意談論他的挑戰的人,這裡沒有人是一個會跳舞的人。

  • Here's a guy that post the video boxing and kicking.

    這裡有一個人發佈了拳擊和踢腿的視頻。

  • Like what is this guy doing?

    就像這傢伙在做什麼?

  • What?

    什麼?

  • Well, what's he doing here is a guy that shows pictures with him and his kids.

    好吧,他在這裡做什麼是一個人,顯示與他和他的孩子的照片。

  • Here's a guy that interview is the most weird random one day.

    這裡有一個人,採訪是最奇怪的隨機一天。

  • It's a bodybuilder.

    這是一個健美運動員。

  • One day, it's in Marine one day.

    有一天,它在海軍陸戰隊的一天。

  • It's a social media influencer.

    這是一個社交媒體的影響者。

  • One day it's an entrepreneur.

    有一天,它是一個企業家。

  • One day it's a former criminal.

    有一天,它是一個前罪犯。

  • Where's he going with this?

    他這是要去哪裡?

  • But if there's one thing that's very obvious about you is your extremely detailed, you're extremely uh about doing your research when you're sitting down with somebody.

    但是,如果有一件事是非常明顯的,那就是你非常詳細,當你和別人坐下來時,你非常呃做你的研究。

  • A great interviewer is not a great interviewer because they wing it.

    一個偉大的面試官並不是因為他們有了自己的想法而成為偉大的面試官。

  • A great interviewer is a great interviewer because before the interview, they spend hours researching the subject matter that they're sitting down would with me, Which means if you're going to run for mayor, I'm willing to bet you put hundreds of hours into that decision and the research and what things you would want to work on before you go run forward.

    一個偉大的面試官是一個偉大的面試官,因為在面試之前,他們花了幾個小時研究他們坐下來與我的主題,這意味著如果你要競選市長,我願意打賭你在這個決定和研究上花了幾百個小時,以及在你向前奔跑之前你想做什麼事情。

  • And you have to realize, I don't think there Audience fully realizes this.

    而且你必須認識到,我不認為有觀眾完全意識到這一點。

  • You know, you anybody can not anybody, it's easy to go be a mayor of a city with 5000 people Go be a mayor of a city with, you know, 20,000 people, 50,000 people, 100,000 people.

    你知道,你任何人都可以不是任何人,很容易去做一個有5000人的城市的市長,去做一個有20000人、50000人、100000人的城市的市長,你知道。

  • I mean it's work.

    我是說這是工作。

  • But let's say London was the former financial capital of the world and new york city took it over.

    但是,假設倫敦是前世界金融之都,而紐約市接管了它。

  • So London is like Mayor Giuliani type of thing.

    是以,倫敦就像朱利安尼市長類型的東西。

  • So if if London had its own set of Mayor Giuliani, London has got a very good opportunity to take that financial capital away from who took it over because we know what direction new york is going.

    是以,如果如果倫敦有自己的一套市長朱利安尼,倫敦有一個非常好的機會,把這個金融資本從誰手中奪過來,因為我們知道紐約的發展方向。

  • So my, my my presentation to the voters would also be, let's not forget just a few decades ago, who was the financial capital world and who took it over?

    所以我的,我對選民的介紹也會是,讓我們不要忘記就在幾十年前,誰是金融資本界,誰接管了它?

  • And let's not forget what direction new york is going right now, specifically with how they, you know, handle covid and on top of how they handle covid, how they're increasing taxes.

    讓我們不要忘記紐約現在的發展方向,特別是他們如何,你知道,處理ovid,以及在他們如何處理ovid的基礎上,他們如何增加稅收。

  • And now the taxes that are going to be increasing in states after biting introduced it yesterday and the Senate has to still vote for where they want to raise corporate taxes from 21 to 28 then they want to capital gains from 20 to 39.3.

    而現在各州要增加的稅收在昨天咬牙推出後,參議院還得投票支持,他們想把公司稅從21提高到28,然後他們想把資本收益從20提高到39.3。

  • We're in some states.

    我們在一些州。

  • The Reuters article said today that new york's taxes top line could be 68.2, but let's just say it's a 60% number.

    路透社的文章今天說,紐約的稅收頂線可能是68.2,但我們只能說這是一個60%的數字。

  • We're talking about, a lot of people are gonna be leaving new york just like they already have $400 billion of wealth has left new york the last 12 months.

    我們談論的是,很多人將離開紐約,就像他們已經有4000億美元的財富在過去12個月中離開了紐約。

  • This is articles that I think it was even a new york Times article.

    這是文章,我認為這甚至是紐約時報的文章。

  • The point I'm trying to make to you is, You know, being the mayor of London, going up against who you're going up against, the way they mismanaged a lot of the things the last 12 months.

    我想對你說的是,你知道,作為倫敦市長,要和你的對手對抗,他們在過去12個月裡對很多事情的管理不善。

  • I'm sure there are a lot of people that are probably rooting for you to win.

    我相信有很多人可能都在支持你獲勝。

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

I don't know if you've ever considered running or looked into politics, but with an entrepreneur frame of mind, it can be a frustrating space to be around, you know, because it doesn't make sense maybe to a business person, you know, the leaders bulletin and business, it's stuff you can see.

我不知道你是否曾經考慮過競選或關注政治,但以企業家的心態,這可能是一個令人沮喪的空間,你知道,因為它沒有意義,也許對一個商人來說,你知道,領導人的公告和業務,是你可以看到的東西。

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