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Eddie thank you so much for joining us our right we have a lot of segments today four to be exact and -- about 25 minutes so let's get right to it.
-- -- Carroll joining me on set.
Talking about small businesses really hitting a -- from switching over to reality to me.
We -- -- -- dynasty I had a look at this show up I was hearing so much about it they had their series finale.
We're season finale I should say had -- highest ratings in any.
Three decade history.
It's amazing people love reality T date.
And actually spoke with some of the -- entrepreneurs who shows actually got canceled after this season says show bad.
Show would think -- maybe not bad but definitely not great.
But they say for the most part they left it is -- -- experience for -- and -- -- their businesses tremendously.
OK so who had the biggest.
Up taking in business and sales because of being -- a reality show I think this one is the most surprising says start -- Silicon Valley is on Bravo.
Critics hated and it and it seemed like valley insiders hated it but David -- Yet this site called -- sponsors and he said that business has -- 60% month over month since the showing that.
Since that show Andy and I knew I wasn't even an exit out -- DD DD no reason why as -- why that could have happen yeah he saw that.
What set him apart from the other entrepreneurs on the -- With that he won and with.
A marketing message and he stuck with that scene after scene.
He knew he was about he knew what his platform was about and he was able to get that through the audience out.
Even know other people said.
You know it.
This show wasn't portraying a realistic version of Silicon Valley.
He was able to get his message across and the onions or hitting the I didn't respond netting his client like it now many businesses did you speak to I spoke -- Five entrepreneur is -- and from shows like pregnant inhaled through as -- -- Like after top cat and million dollar decorators in addition to start ups -- -- and they are all possible.
Except for want except for one.
Except for once Sarah Austin also on start -- Silicon Valley.
Sad that they show destroyed her.
Destroy it had destroyed her she said it's weird because it's almost like these days any press is good press you'd think -- -- that she said that they -- -- -- her credibility.
That -- is really well respected in the valley prior to the show but it became such a joke.
That she was just actually devastated by the -- And she said she's just trying to lay low stay out of the limelight and then eventually she's going to -- belt.
Actually Israelis had about a strike did any advantage you speak to saying that they would do leanings based -- -- the producers -- them to do.
They all said it's not reality but I think audiences know that and they want to have I think that's entertainment and you know you're not.
You don't want to see someone going over accounting -- pretty boring right and that's a lot of what it takes to run a business.
Yes there is intensified trauma.
This successful entrepreneurs on the shows said that it's more about letting your authentic self come through -- the audience so I'm not carriers us scientists.
Yes but they say that it's not about creating a character it's just about being on making sure that your clever at the best version of yourself.
But that audiences really response that authenticity couldn't Rosie Pope who is on pregnant in heels said that she was really nervous about being vulnerable in front of the cameras.
But that when she opened up that's what got the biggest response.
-- and that.
Pond industry PAW and booming business upon yet -- -- I -- real thank you so much -- nine.
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