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Imelda Dagus, Founder of Dennis Coffee Garden and Award Winning Entrepreneur - It is time for women to step up, rise and lead! Our voices need to be heard and we need to support each other in creating change in the world!
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. It has liberty or self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich. Doing what you love beyond purpose in control Off Your Life again at for women love the Atwood podcast we will open the talking about it. Lachlan's online getting recognition as leader later and female entrepreneur and also the athletic being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end. Loved loved the F.. Word welcome to the show. Hi It's Imelda and in this episode. I would like to share with you my success in launching my podcast the podcast impacted my life instantly. I truly agree that they put cast is not only about building online presence but most importantly online credibility I realized that my message impacted more people than I ever thought it could. I even have a friend in high school. Who commented on my post that I am her idol? This is coming from a lady. You whom I have never been communicating with for the past thirty years or so. My son appreciated my efforts to launch A podcast and touch people and he told me that he cried with joy. That is something. I never thought that would happen. Then I am able to connect with my family on a deeper level. My husband's showed me more support. I got team asking how he could could share my podcast link. That itself is a big win for me. One friend also mentioned that what I I am doing is a big thing for my generation and some friends are now showing interest in buying my book on on the first day I attended the workshop. I actually told Geneva that I wanted to write a book so she offered that I can do a a podcast instead because it is faster to reach more people and the voice is more powerful than a book. Look to which I agreed and two episodes can be converted into a book later on anyway so it is like hitting hitting two birds with one stone because I have been attending a lot of seminars. I then thought that I have to control my spending so it was a money issue but when I realized that I can actually earn more the moment I have built my reputation online by showing up and having my voice heard people will come to know who I am and what I stand Dan. Four and people will support me. More people will come to my coffee shop more. People will patronize my book. More people would liked to invest with me because they can see how authentic I am. My concern was also that I had to extend my stay in Singapore and re book my flight and what's more frightening was to get my husband to approve all of these piece because this would entail additional expenses right however after I explained what the plan is. He's he agreed and I was very happy when he was able to listen to my first few episodes he was convinced. I that what we did was the right thing. I am not a podcast person so I thought I could not do it. But when Geneva explained to me that they will support and guide me my worried disappeared. Having the whole soul. Rich woman team behind me melted my fierce away. Initially I had difficulty writing and composing my a message and I was not relaxed when I started recording. I was running out of air and my mouth was drying up because us but because Joon was there right beside me to cheer me up I successfully did it. And the next few episodes where a lot easier than the first another issue I had was time. I I had been away from them. Wanda for too long and there is a big event which I was preparing for but because I believed in the the importance of doing the podcast and in the urgency of doing it now rather than later I was able to make arrangements so oh that things could be done even if I do not have to be in Zamboanga physically on top of all those issues I had fierce on the outcome of my podcast. How will people react? Will they be inspired or will. I be criticized criticized and all those mind freaks that we normally face when doing something new for the first time but because I sincerely believe that I need to get my message across to people to people who would need to listen to it. I took action in in spite of fear I was also feeling and shoes about sharing my story and being truthful about what I feel deep inside but realizing that this is me and people hearing my story this serve. Serve a real deal. I still went ahead with everything that is coming from my heart. The the understanding that my intention is to share and inspire and not to criticize or destroy other people's lives gave me the courage to go out and do the podcast recording. The episodes also requires a lot of time. Aim been effort. I got tired. I had to use a lot of energy thinking of what to say and and sitting on the table typing for hours and there were a few things I had to set aside just to give priority to my podcast but I now see this to be a big less on in life. If you want something big and impactful you have to allocate big energy and big focus to make it happen and you have to set did as your number one priority having launched the podcast. I'm also anxious about what will happen next then by going back to understanding my intentions and my goal that this will be about doing something something think positive for me and for others and by knowing that I have a strong team absol rich woman to support me. My warriors are tamed and uncontrolled. Also I just got the message from a friend saying that I have to continue sharing my message as the world needs more people like me. Who would come out and share their messages as well so having your family? Dan Friends to support you in what you are doing and giving you. The understanding of the journey wished to embark on is already a great encouragement. Courage meant not to mention that having the sole rich woman team is your rocket launcher. Knowing that you have people behind you will look after your best interest and following up on you so that you don't fall to your little the voices that keeps ringing inside. Your head is a great support therefore I believe that no matter how good you think you are. Are you need a team. Who can support and guide you but most importantly people who know what they are doing the soil pitch woman team makes me feel I am family and that they have my back? Every step of the way having launched my podcast in less than twenty four hours boasted Mike confidence to a higher level. I feel that they just won over my fear of doing something new and being judged for my result I felt that I am also blessed blessed to have crossed paths with Seoul. Rich woman team. Who could help me make the podcast possible launching? The podcast made me happy happy because it was able to share my message so instantly to the public without having to wait for my book to be completed I also believe that exposure is magic now now that I have exposed my story I realized that people are actually appreciating what I did had I continued to hide right under my fears. I would not have touched people's hearts and most importantly my family's hearts I have also proven that is never too late to learn something new. Even if people have accepted the concept of digital divide vite. I must try to close the gap between me and my children's generation. It's surely was a surprise to my son's that that I'm also into podcasting. I won't be surprised if they were shocked. Because I myself felt that way but having launched the podcast it gave me a lot of relief and a true truly early. Good feeling that I won over my fears and is succeeded in my efforts to grow myself day by day when we raise our voices together the words woman power become more than just a phrase phrase it becomes a movement know that your dreams are valid and on your path. You're never denied the only directed. It's time to get your voice. Heard do check out my link in the show notes votes on how you can become an instant podcast leader like me. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored w connected and I hope that I think continue to serve you as you build your dreams and if you love this episode and I hope that you did rated five staff give us the glowing review because we were helped more women around the world finding these full rich podcast alone. You are strong together. We are unstoppable. Now shared this with every woman who meets kit because this is how we are changing the world one woman at a time time as always get out of your comfort zone and go to. What's the dreamscapes always wanted to achieve for women who loved the F.? Word being being fabulous heavy freedom and financial independence Myopia soul rich sending. You my love and I'll speak to you soon an by for now
Elisha Tan, Founder of TechLadies: Share Your Story To Inspire, Be Bold To Become Who You Are & Live Your Dreams
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. It has the ability for self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond purpose and in control in your life again at for women love the Atwood podcast. We will open the talking about it. Lachlan's online getting recognition as leader dirt and female entrepreneur and also the athlete being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end. Loved loved the F.. Word welcome to the show. Today we have a special Guest with us a name is Alisha and she's from facebook. What on the side she has this Passion Project Call Tech Ladies so let her introduce yourself self? Hi everyone my name is Elisha. And I'm the founder of Tech. Ladies is a community for women to learn how to Code and enter industrious programmers so as yeon mentioned and that is my side Hustle my passion project so during the day I will get facebook after developer programs regionally asia-pacific. How'd you get started on? This is passion project because you wouldn't nine to five. And what do you find time. Yes that is the million dollar question time sewing. I guess I if I really requires a sacrifice quite a trade off right I think nobody can have it all. If you want something you have to give up some because yeah they're and they're you only have twenty four. It's what did you about life. I like that so so I- majority the of my meals. I eat it at my desk so that I could. I could eat and also in time and almost every day I stay back for our to just lady stuff so it's not easy as many that way is not easy but you know it's very rewarding and I do think that you if you want to see something happen exists in the world you just you just you Kinda skip skip harbor and the other day is always right Chris. So why do you WanNa do this lady. How do you even get started on this part so I thought that When I was in between jobs that was before facebook and I don't want to stay on my ass doing nothing so I thought I want to do something? I'm I'm really passionate about like what what what where my heart lies. And what do I want to see happen in in my community and of course he didn't start with like a like a five year. Yeah Business Plan when we started out. I wasn't sure what it was just like since I've nothing much to do less. Try It if it tails and that's pretending that happened. Nobody needs to care. So that's how that's how it It really got started. This is not about I think having having Really the desire to say something happened something exists that drives me something And in an and the acceptance that I might fail and that's Okay and how do you get started on your influence because now that you have a community even though you're working fulltime I'm how'd you get started on that influence. Pot stuff is starting to like way before I started they use so I have my own my old I did a start up after I graduate from Union. Yes and that's how I was in the industry and because I couldn't find a takeoff founder and as a fresh GRET psychology Non Tech Fountain Lot of Good engineers don't WanNa be my co-founder that's when I'm looking for a CTO fossil rich woman. Do you have any recommendations. Yeah I can share around my community to see even anyone yes and so when I learned how to Code that's I First of all for the IT opens my eyes to community. And what does this open source community while others ingenious where they at. And that's how I found love -nology and and one thing is that when when you hustle bieber respects your real passion and you can see your hot rod. That's how that's how you sort of built on your influence right. So what were some of the key obstacles you face while building your influence. He's for the Var like I guess like if you're somebody There will be hate us. They will the people who who Discredit yeah they will be people who would discredit you. People who things that people think that you can spare swear yes yes yes yes and then you know you you have to first of all you have to That doesn't mean that you shut them. Shut all of it out because away for you grow is to be able to take healthy but at the same time. I know that they are just naysayers in anything that you want to do. So it's about understanding them. It was still hurt. It was too hard in. Doesn't mean that the feelings these were will go away. Yeah because people can't be mean by you know what is more important is to surround yourself with people who support you because what and in my life what I learned is that there are there are going to be far more support us than these leaks. Wow so what is okay. Well I love that and for you. What some of the strategies that you use to cope two things? I ninety five with the pressure performance. And everything and you need cope on that and then hoping the performance over the whole you do both train outsource estimate possible. Yeah so I can't ask my facebook job because that's my job. I can outsource and get more people to help ladies. And that's something that I I I want to do because a lot of people a lot of people have a lot of passion in giving back but they don't know how so a way for me to do that is to give them a structure but they can contributions about so the People WanNa help so he's more about Asking for help and giving them direction on how they can help. So can you give me an example. Oh how are you asking for help in your community how you how does that structure look like for my views. So asking for doesn't have to be complicated I like for example A few months ago I wanted to run an event and I don't have a venue so what I did was I just do a show facebook my facebook account and that's how they they know introduced me to the right people eventually. We got a venue so sometimes you just need to ask him. He doesn't have to be over elaborated. Sometimes you just need to be able to. We're not and ask for help. We're you like that before. The you learn this along the way or asking for help. Yeah because you know why because they're women trite food food. You're afraid you're sitting on the fence you know so you know. I'm tracy right so be shameless I'm like okay yeah about it's hustle. Hustle always wins so the thing about hustle. Hunting is that sometimes you just have to do things that appears appears to be That saw her your ego but it doesn't really because you just do what it takes to get the job done and the thing is that if if I if you can calm woman you really need help then it's time for you to put your do you care about your writing more or do you care about getting what you WanNa do done right and yeah there you have to treat tweet off And you have to decide. What's more important to you okay? How'd you power ties? Let's talk about time management. I mean of course is giving up. You'll life but management in that sense because there's so many priorities your nine five ladies so many pots. How do you do that? It's always a learning journey. I don't I figured it out yet. You had a good thing. Is that you know this. I don't have kids. So that's like one major thing off my plate so that's also give me a chance to learn how to manage my time while small some When you said that you want to put people together other who supports you? How big is a community so we have two thousand people But of course as I learn how to learn more about a community a lot of engineers will volunteer that time. They are now my friends my friends so it's not again. It's difficult to ask for help the problem. It's always just just making the leap of faith. Just take the leap of faith to ask and the thing. Is that if you ask the replies. So what they it's the same you go back to wherever you Stage Zero and the thing is that if you ask someone do have you get like stitch one. If you ask nobody helped you dislike as as as you are. So there's any green no loss loss ally imagine piscine or yeah. How about the things that? Why is that most people care about themselves? They don't care about you so it's like who you probably. You probably remember something embarrassing. You take a few years back this shit. So why your internal voices right then hundred. Ignore it I think I hadn't talked listened to talk by Italian e earlier. It's not interesting that lender feel comfortable with being uncomfortable and I thought that was so powerful because I do know that it on people in Women's senior leadership position they still feel imposter syndrome. When asked them right does he ever go away on? And she's told me I know is used to you. Just you still face that so so I do think they know learning how to be comfortable in that state off. This comfort is a very important skill to have being a woman leader. What do you think makes you know different? And how'd you lead in your own was a skilled actually so mm-hmm I I don't really know what skew is I guess a Oh how what could encouraging for your viewers is. Why is that you know? First of all authentic Show some fucking personality. Yeah let me know you because I feel like a lot of people. They like to hide behind a screen and all that shine to beat themselves. But the thing is that. But if you don't show your personality Your Your Ezra Chair I know personality so so. So why do you WanNa do that. So let people know your show up with nanny. Of course. Don't be rude. Don't be an asshole just because you wanNA show we have personality also be a good person to let people know you and so that is That that how how gravity it's people to you. Wow Wow okay. Because I've been talking about the topic visibility we've done by one thousand live streaming facebook live streaming to reach out to more women so liberty not is still quite difficult Fulham Asian women you overcome a plus just on your show your experience bashing no but how do you even know. Shameless is good. I mean because before we will almost almost doesn't disasters I'm sure yeah so I started I started blogging. About just my life and that's how The sharing about what I believe. What my dreams are? That's how that's how that was like a decade goal and that's that's so says that realized that they are they hate us. They're on and then bought by sharing a story. You also that's how your support is getting to know you as well right because B bar in inspired or they believe in you believe in your dreams. That's how they WANNA help. And and I do think that a Lotta people WANNA help. I do think that humanity has a lot a lot of good people so again boys back to sharing your story and and I think you and I agree that a lot of women that shined not used to talking themselves. Yeah more so in Asia yes because we are. Yeah so so I don't think that you know you're going to zero to like talking. Working on Fox in front means people are taxed on ten right. You can just stop by your at your own facebook wall. It doesn't have to be entirely public life like on a blog. You can just be on your face but one that people know you And people were introduced to you because they're inspired by my you Just are how did just because they like you. They want to support you. And that's how that's how it grows so baby steps baby steps Don't don't think about it as going to give deliver tomorrow. That will be but do it. Go for it go for it You just don't have the it doesn't have to be that scary. Wow so What you got one at advice for women was sitting on the fence to become more visible? Okay we'll go for. It was the one vice. My female entrepreneurs just stop somewhere Like I said if you know just pretending that that happened so it's It's it's okay to feel you have the permission to fill aren't so don't be too hung up about it. I really uh-huh yeah I really just shit. Thank you very much for the time. Yeah so thank you very much for watching TV. All the show notes will be available on Facebook as well as sole rich dot com. My name is Jeneva Laura signing up. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored connected and I hope that I can continue to serve you as he build your dreams and love this episode and hope thing you did rated five stars give. I think glowing review because we were helped more women around the world finding these rich podcast alone. You are strong together. We unstoppable now shared this every woman who meets because this is how we are changing the world. One woman at a time as it's always get out of your comfort zone and go to what's the dreams with always wanted to achieve for women who love the F.. Word being fabulous the heavy freedom and financial independence. My dear soul rich sending you my love and I'll speak to you soon. Bye for now.
Cindy Wang, Former CMO of UXIN Group: Be Brave & Never Be Afraid To Fail
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. It has the ability for self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond purpose and in control in your life again at for women love the Atwood podcast. We will open the talking about deadlines online getting recognition as leader Peter and female entrepreneur and also the athlete being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end. Loved loved the F.. Word welcome to the show Borjas. Welcome to episode today. Okay we have a really special guest. Her name is Cindy Wing. She is the Mo of using group. If you watch one of the transformers movies movies you'll be able to see you since logo on transformer itself. Now I'd like to know that this interview was done at Rice Conference so the background sound is a little bit noisy. I'm however we've tried to mini mines. Okay so I want you to listen and you know what you think. Today we have a really reading special guests with us. Cindy would you like to introduce yourself. I everyone cindy one Actually from Beijing from China Right now I'm chief. Marketing Officer of the largest online use the cartridge section play for him and as a disruptive on lie automotive platform. Let's be awesome so you talked earlier. Holiday will go Well unfortunately I have really to topic yesterday. It was The topics we're talking about the Marketing Department is dad and today metastasis to debating. Do you need a degrade to work in tech companies. I think both the really sad but I think I did a great job. So how was day so far Great is very interesting. I think For the rice ace conference that really put up a lot of interesting speakers and very inspiring topics especially for young people and also we mean tech while you're or a really awesome. Can you share a little bit more about your company's culture and You'll vision like we're really young technology company and and the route. is in China in Beijing We're our vision is to connecting you and your dream car which means we WANNA do everything. Elaborate leveraging technology to make the car transaction more interesting more creative and more efficiently and of course I I was working as for international companies and it is my first Chinese companies for me going back to home so the culture wise is different than before for example when I was working gene Silicon Valley and he's very open. You Know Flight Organization and but women. You always have like a lot of you know. Opportunities to talk to Sherry Aquinas. Rian China you know like it is a traditional and it's not well we mean when all like playing as a lot of important role as men still in days. But we're changing that. For example you might company team because we're marketing department at what most innovative and creative aspect of the company have seventy percent of women work in my team and they really have a grading very great backgrounds at international working in education experience. And they're young and they're pretty and they're smart well. I love that young pretty smart. I love that. How do you see yourself as a woman leader leading leading a team of such a group I think I would definitely need to have a car age for example I spent Most some time working overseas especially Mito used on a Europe and especially mito. Is You know that Amar very male dominant society. So I learned how to S- alive in your strengths and a visual courage to fight basically for everything alive in work so So backing in Asia. I think that pressure is beat last. Ask and then like those extreme cases but still. I think I need to really be confident. Speak and Cheryl opinions in front of like like no matter home. And secondly you need Larry's like Vamos Our strengths to be nice and very high. eq- an acute communique okay too so I think that is something you WanNa really It's like success factors for women to become a leader in Las Tonelli's be curious you'll live all the time then you can keep young. I like that so you know we all love great pitches in. Can you pitch about your company to our audience I think it's one of the most of Terrell's tag companies Imalayan China as young talented person. You ever want to work for for while how what is the average. Each of the people in your company. I well for myself. I'm I was born in nineteen eighties but I like people working my team. The all almost like ninety ninety nine hundred ninety nine so there's super young like twenty five and two to thirty so I I think those yeah generation they have really their own thoughts and they're really brave and they have very clear vision to change society and change the world so I love that well. That's very awesome so What is your personal definition of success? I my own determination. I think its success. It's not something you want to compare with a hero from is not something you want to compare with mock work or like you know all the leaders all like Elon Musk. I don't think you should call it. Success Success It is never have a benchmark as long as you were happy for ourselves as you think you're satisfied with all. The progressive efforts refers to have made so far. I think that you can call it a success and how important is marketing for you. marketing Because I'm working tack Back Company. I think marketing is the eyes of the company because the Marketing Department Alma in person always need to have very forward thinking and the most creative eighteen mind to bring all the time the new ideas and assault of energy to the company because I think it is extremely important not only for me but although four are also the tech works okay so for you. What is the most important thing that you're currently working on I just finished a very interesting branding campaign to put our brand in the latest transformer five international the movie so I know it's not really a successful movie but I think our product placement is super successful. Even transformer so if you go to the same awards to transform a five the biggest the logo you have ever seen our company you she. That's funny Oh my God. Yeah so. That's something that's something we're working on now to make because well I need to have a like a in a little bit introduction of the used car background the used car transaction online transaction is something really new business model. I think he's very disruptive because people used to buy Cars all properties online you can buy like cosmetics or close online. You're right because it's cheaper. It's more frequent so we actually need to advocate a market pre law. And that's why. We spent a lot of efforts on branding and also advocate the market. That is lifestyle to use. Use the car because it's good for the environment and it's a recycling economy and also remember every every transformer transformer as a used car. Yeah and you are revert. Talented one is the one skill that you value the most I think Innovative Radio man's sides so I tried to get myself absolving. All the fresh ideas from different people from different industry and also from different activities. You're doing for example. I love traveling. Anna travel to a more than ninety countries. Having a grey sells for me to be really open and keep fresh fresh mind all the time. And what is the hottest choice you have ever made. Being a leader is a woman leader I think he's coming back to China really why I know it's a I'm joking. I think the toughest challenge is as To keep the talent in your team thing is always a challenging for for me because if you think about how much efforts between between a great Like young young young young person. You know team right from from knowing nothing to become a really capable manager and one day he or she will tell oh you oh sorry I wanna go to somewhere else none of you you can be really sad. I don't you trying to gave him her all the rational reasons to try to keep him. Oh stay so that is for me as a challenging for me talents you know. Finding indicating talents is challenging while so as a tech company is there any recent technology for example. Butcher Reality Blockchain. Are you keeping eyes on if so if you have plans for it to happen yes Of course for example our Business is actually along the valujet mirror as a lot of Different aspects definitely. We're looking into all the new technology. Not only the ones you mentioned but also like Machine learning a abbey are all the new technology would add a great benefits and to power play for him as a finally for expiry entrepreneurs any advisor antidote would like to share with us I think thank. You should be always braved. Try out new things and don't be afraid to fail so like the failures will always give you new strands trends fully all bright future. Well thank you very much. Thank you very much for your time today. And you're going flying off immediately after this interviews so so really appreciate you stay connected yes thank you thank you. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored connected and I hope that I can continue to serve you as you build your dreams and if you love this episode and I hope you did rated five stars give us. They glowing review in view. Because we were helped more women around the world. Finding these full rich moon podcast alone. Strong together we are unstoppable. Now shared this with every woman who needs it because this is how we are changing the world one woman at a time as always get out of the comfort zone and go to the dreams you've always wanted to achieve for women who love the F.. Word being fabulous heavy freedom and financial independence. My dear soul rich women sending you my love. And I'll speak to you soon. Bye for now
Mada Seghete, Co-Founder of Branch: Overcoming Failures and Turn Them Into Strength Of Building A Community In More Than 55 Cities Around The World
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. Stability are self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond purpose and in control of your life again at for women love the Atwood podcast? We will open the talking about it. Mocked lines online getting recognition as leader and female entrepreneur. And also the athlete being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end loved the F. Word welcome to the show So my name is Michelle Laura. Today we have with a special guest and she sees a modest get to get And she's the CO founder of Brunch. Thanks for having me. This is great so tell us a little bit more about yourself. And how long have you been doing this? Yes so I am from Romania Romania from Romania Eastern Europe. I moved to the United States about sixteen years ago for college Worked over to the bunch of different things. I was a consultant suffer developer product manager and then one day. I decided I want to start a company so I started working my cofounders. Five years ago we had the ball three failed ideas in branches number four before so we started ranch a little bit over three years ago. Wow so when you say that brunches number four how lost journey like to beat number for I mean what? What didn't you give up? And why do you pursue? Well we we did give up on the previous idea Y We really wanted to build something. And one of the most important things you can build a startup. Founder is a team and we realized that you know we were very different. Scoff on their inveigh. Had very complementary skills so we decided to stay together and keep trying so we kept failing and try new things. Andbranch was going to be the last one. We even have this poster in the office that has a heart and says life remaining zero so when you play video games you know you always played you have when you have two lives. Three lives remaining. You're like oh whatever if I do the live nobile but when you have zero lives remaining you play very differently. So that's kind of how I was when we started branch. Were like this is our last life and we made it happen while I love the way you put gaming into the energy of the three lives two lives zero life but for a woman when you are growing your startup case several times how how do you define your and grow your influence some of obstacles. That probably you're faced. Yeah I mean it's interesting. I am actually probably the face of branch in many ways. I spend a lot more time. Evangelizing than my co founders. Do Alice. Yo focuses more on product and Mike is our CEO works on operation. So I ran the marketing team so I travel a lot and speak about branch The way I built influence is really to just getting to know things really in depth and writing about it trying to speak about things finding areas where I can become an expert and telling others about it so I think it's when I write articles I tried to never write. Things are superficial but go very in depth on certain areas And that's kind of trying to become a thought leader in The mobile world. So when you said that you want to become a thought leader always used to go deep also instead of learning about everything like learning a little bit about this and open about that. I tried to pick areas the for example. I do a lot of talks on vitality and referrals so I went in. I research a lot and I know a lot about how to make something viral so instead of going and knowing everything about how to promote your APP. I don't know that much about paid advertising but I know a lot of organic so I picked one area and then I just learned so much about it versus kind of trying to be a generalist y leads. Everyone has different leadership styles minus based on leading by example. So I think it's You know if there's things that no one else can do. I try to take more on than my teammates and I do my best to find ways that I can show people that I can work as hard or harder than them and Take on just as much as they do. And you know we were in some ways. I look at my. I'm part of a team. Yes I'm leading and I'm kind of setting the direction but I'm not just doing that. I'm also taking part of the pieces and doing some of the groundwork and that's kind of my style. I also try to I think I tried to be an empathetic leader. So I tried to understand what people are coming from and understand where they're going and why they're trying to achieve miss. Be Better about that. When you're growing this business right now. What are the some of the you know? Resources and tools that you use to grow So I lead the Marketing Team. So one of the ways. We grew awareness of branches by building these communities around the world we call the mobile growth communities and we have meet ups in fifty five these around the world while twenty. Five thousand people have come to our events. There has been community has been one of the tools we content marketing inc. It's been amazing for us. We write a lot so we've become experts in different areas. I have areas are that I like to ride the discipline. My team. The right about others and We get the people we get. We talk about problems in mobaric or system and We talk about solutions. When people read articles they learn about something they the pinpoint but also that how branch consumed up in point. So you prove to them that you know what you're talking about the show them numbers you research show examples of how others have done honestly. I haven't really if people don't want to listen to me and I go and buy make them like. I think that such a thing of people want to listen to me. I don't like kind of doesn't make sense if you WANNA listen to me means that I don't know my shit so I go up to them and I could visit the I know my shift. I'm just wondering how do you grow your community? So huge over fifty five cities said a big number. I mean how do you do that? well you put really good content so we have a recipe for to do house. We do successful meet UPS. We bring really interesting people to talk. We convinced them by wants to do a good event. You show people. I've done this great events. Come and check it out and it's easier to convince people to come And once you've done a good event people will come back. So and then they'll tell their friends about it so it's really about focusing on quality and putting the community. I saw not trying to oversell or not trying to you. Know we don't talk too much about branch or it's all about the need of the community not about our needs is a company And if you put a community I and try to understand why they're really. They're what they're trying to get out of it So we told to use them by THEM MEET UP DOT COM to promote our events and We communicate I mean we get everyone's email and we send emails but most of the interaction happens off line at the events that we we started so it happened offline before it goes online so when you are giving value what is what advice he can give a community out there one advice if they want to do community as well To really understand. What is the purpose of your community and what is the need? You're trying to solve so in our case we were going after mobile developers marketers. Who are trying to promote and grow their mobile APPs and really know how and we're looking for advice so we knew that that's what they're looking for so we. We made sure that we always been quality advice but it could be. Every community is different. So make sure you understand. They're actually need. Not what you your vision is for what they're they need. Not what you see Maine's cool. Do you have any advice for women who are sitting on the fence striking out on their own? Just just Just try it out. Anything fail the first time. It's okay just keep building. Don't be afraid to fail if you if you see that people don't want to product. Don't be humble. Don't think that you know better than your customers. And make sure that if you're getting if if you feel the market is telling you that your idea is not quite right. Don't be afraid to completely quit and start something new. We went from fitbit for dogs to photo-printing APPs to a printing as decay to linking for Mobile APP so we went to such different companies and such integrations to reach where we are today and we would have never gone here if we became Became attached to one of the failed projects that we had in the US and woman do you all this emotional failure. This came up. I think this year I know Very hard I'll be honest. I don't think I could have been able to fail to give up my co-founder Alex our CEO was a lot better than me at saying. Okay no this is not working and one of my biggest learnings from working with him has been to be able to go. Projects somewhat better now. Even even you know I I started something I was trying to competition failed when I'm not. I'm not afraid to say Again I think when I was younger it was very very hard for me So it's important. It's probably the biggest adviser for any entrepreneur art. Don't get too attached to an idea. Be Okay admitting that is failing star something new. Don't keep going someplace you might raise money and realize you ideas not quite working. You just keep going don't do it. Don't waste it. We started branch with money. Raised for a different ideas learn. That failure is just a step in the past success. There's the book that I highly recommend. Mindset Wow I'm not sure okay. So mindsets about To everyone has there's two different types of people want something have a Static mindset that some of the have a growth mindset so the only way you can grow is if you accept failure learn from it and become better So that's kind of the it just it's too. It's become more natural to me these days. It used to be hard because I think failure meant that. There's something wrong with me and now failure means that now I can be better. The next step would be better so it's just a change in my mindset. I don't have to cope anymore with a because I don't feel down or I fail. I'm happy that I failed and I have a a lesson. I LOVE EMPOWERING MOBILE DEVELOPERS. We empower them to our product which is deepening deploying. So it's a technology for developers. We I get to them. So they learn about branch through the content and I generate a women mostly men especially in the states but in other parts of the world is a lot more women went to one of our meath after Romania and we had this girls that were like building their own app so it depends So wherever they are men or women I love helping them grow their mobile presence and I was. We built up. We've we struggled so helping others. They have the stress I used to have. It's really amazing empowering. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored connected and I hope that I can continue to serve you as he built your dreams and if you love this episode and what you did rated five staff give us glowing review because we were helped more women around the world finding these full rich constant alone. You are strong together. We are unstoppable. Now shared this with every woman who meets because this is how we are changing the world one woman at a time as always get out of your comfort zone and go towards the droops always wanted to achieve for women who loved the F. Word being fabulous heavy freedom and financial independence. My dear saw rich women sending you my love and I'll speak to you soon. Bye for now.
Aishah Niehus, Founder of Vonaish: When We Raise Our Voices Together, The Words Woman Power Becomes More Than Just A Phrase. It Becomes A Movement.
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold bikes own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. It has the ability for self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich. Doing what you love beyond purpose and control Off Your Life again at for women love the Atwood podcast we will open the talking about it. Lachlan's online getting recognition as leader dirt and female entrepreneur and also the athlete being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end. Loved loved the F.. Word welcome to the show a low gorgeous and welcome to today's episode in today's episode. We have this amazing lady. Her name is Aisha knee. WHO's I shy is from Kuala Lumpur? Malaysia and Dan is a mother of three she also runs three different businesses. One is in the beauty. Business is called up AZIMUTHS. She's also the the co-founder fought Mohammed Chow restaurant in Kuala Lumpur as well as her own little baby okay is confer Nash. Where where she helps women to look beautiful confident from inside out? She has an onset of products which is the like too long. mm or you call her scarf shawls where she sells online so very amazing. Very Cool Lady. She's also a so rich woman Mun for the last many many years plus a leader of excellence for the past three years and also an instant podcast leader twenty one thousand nine hundred. She has benched an entire season of podcast sharing her message with the world and the women. She's trying to help. She successfully done it and has now stepped up to share the objections that she has to go through in her mind as a working looking. Stay at home mom and balancing between family and business and travelling herself and her dreams so take a listen and let me know what. Your thoughts are rich out to me on facebook Lincoln or instagram. And I look forward to to hearing from you. Let's begin I'm Isha and in this bonus episode. We'll be talking about inspire Baya. Connect and elevate your online status N.. Bryn well actually. I'm going to talk to all the stay at home. Midas you see I Know Geneva now for more than two years and she's my mental. Oh so About a M- more about few weeks ago she said let's do podcast together. And I say Ya. Yeah I'm interested always knew you know I want to do a pocus but didn't know how to start but but sometimes I thought is easy. Just get yourself a microphone and you start recording yourself at home but anyway anyway and Eberstadt did I agree to do the podcast with Janie Shebek. She never she not seat. Never but we never really knew a time when and You know to start doing it but about two weeks ago or less than two weeks ago she said Aisha come down to Singapore ball and then We do focus and then she said you must have took three days so I told her the days that I'm free so I gave her a choice of six days. She said why. Don't you just stay the whole time here so you can refresh on your final workshop. You know building up your finals and and we can do your podcast and I said Oh okay but that would be a long time six days six days to leave my children at home without me. My beautiful children I I actually missed him so much right now. Anyway so what happened was I said okay but I might just bring my children around. Children down dare dare relatives and I'll be working on to poke us. I knew I I had to come. I already agreed to come at first. I want to bring my children with me Guillano. Oh we our children right and six days is a long time time but after a while knowing you know my children and knowing that you know this is something that I really one and this is something the I really want to accomplish. I need my concentration. I need to focus so I decided it heavily decided to just You know Leave them at home so that I can I'm focused because it's no use if I bring them here and I'll you know I'll be like not here for them even when I was in Malaysia just before coming here my my daughter told me mom is already militia because my mind my focus was not on damn it was on this that comes to my my next my my next objection where Geneva she told me that when I come down to Singapore I just have to do fifteen episodes. Okay that seems fine fifteen episodes and then the next time I communicate with her. She said twenty five episode suit. Then I already feel what twenty five episodes that Salat all right so I just accepted it. And then I talked to Venetia and I asa more details. On what day would we do to recording. So I I can plan better. Oh I think we should squeezing twenty five episodes for you and I was like I was just laughing. I was just just laughing and then added did not do to communicate with her. I'll bet to communicate with other people in the team before I come down to Singapore because you know what happened was when I come down to Singapore she double it basically or nearly double it so she told me to finish fifty five episodes suits now. I have the title. I have all the fifty five titles but I didn't have denotes right. I didn't have denotes and yeah so this when I come and refrain myself you know my mind you know and I think saying that I am enough I can do it. You know. It's all in mean so um for every episodes there are some episode state. You know is easy to me where I already ready write notes but some episodes it takes a while for me to to think about what I should be talking about but somehow he comes like it you know it just comes out and flowing and flowing and I think sometimes you just have to put yourself into a situation and in order therefore you to get the juices out in all. Sometimes you can't really be prepared because when you be prepared you're so stiff and you don't really get your honesty out you know. Yeah so yeah so next time I know everytime engine shut me something times too. Yeah so that's the amount of episodes what else so of course with my husband. I always always start debt and my husband will affect me to come to Singapore to. Do you know to do all these kind of things. All these kinds of Projects and stuff southlake days because he is a man of results he wants to see results. But he's quite supportive of me. Doing my Doing doing my podcast over here and the best thing is is that I finish fifty five episodes and is For the whole year and I think he I think he's quite I know that he's actually quite proud of me. And he admire all the whole processed also the reason being why he so supportive is that every time I come back from Singapore of attending any so rich woman event. I will be very recharge and I have to energy and To to do my business I have all the ideas you know. So so. He's always very happy that I get to go away for a while and comeback recharge with a lot of energy if a lot of Lot aww ideas. Yeah it's So he yeah. Usually I come back with love. Good News and a lot of great tools else that we can use to improve business our relationship so we've so rich woman. He's okay of it Dan then about doing this podcast. Yeah I notice and I know for myself debt. I'm not perfect when I share my I you know in terms of talking about my points even now my grandma will be wrong. I might not be using the right words. You know or I might sometime. My tongue will be twisted and I will say the woods wrongly but you know I did fifty six episodes including this. I'd it's it's fifty six episode in one. Go tell me who does dat cat. If you know the name please let me know. But in all fifty six episodes votes and I The first five episodes often I finish it within twenty four hours Geneva straightaway uploaded into spotify so not even twenty four hours of the recording. My first show Janusche up looted my my pocus online online and Instantly I have more than fifty people listening to my focus now first of all that is released beat and yeah when my husband listened to it I told my husband to listen into it and he listened to it and he said and he said he's very good love and I told him is not perfect but I did it. You know so. I'm very proud. I finished fifty five episodes. Then he said I'm serious. I listened to a lot of podcasts. And it's good so I feel I really accomplish something and I really think Geneva and a WHO team for this all right so so one thing I realized too is that I myself. Listen to a lot of PODCASTS. So usually what I do is if I go for my morning walks. I will wear my earphones and I listened to poke us by the way is that I don't I don't feel I'm walking so much it you know and I'll be working for a long time and usually listening to us really helps me lifts me up and it It feels me out with new inflammation so I realized that many prominent best the same thing you name it Donnie. Robbins Tim Phares. Yeah they all duties what is gay. So it's not new. podcasting is not something new but it's still new in mind niche and I hope I get to reach many anymore women out there like me. You know. Stay at home Madonna's educated. But you know we. We've been staying at home so long until we believe we couldn't really achieve success. We think success is very difficult to achieve. So I hope by by being on podcast I get to reach many more women. Even if it's one I'm happy enough but I think I I I would reach much much more more women out there because in real life I've been talking to real woman and you know ooh I've been talking one to one with many women and by this way I think I can help many women at one time and see how powerful foolishness. Okay so podcasting is powerful Mustang Venetia P and a team team James Joanne Charlotte. You know full for actually preparing all of this. You know the coach me from beginning until to the end and Yeah and basically I got the title instant podcast leader because if you listen into the quality of this podcast it is it is really professional in. Oh it's the team. It's the platform is the process. Sti h-h-how all ready with it. You just have to come here and they will get you will get it done for you from A to Z. All you have to do you sit down half fifty five topics and get it all out of you because all knowledge is already in use all in New York enough off. You know you don't have to wait for perfection. Is What your message your message. What is important? Yeah Yeah and and one thing I realized I realized so many thing but I realized I finally realized the power of Beijing so Kaniche has been teaching me about batching for a long time already so I did batching so I batch like the quotes At one time but what casting and batching recording fifty five episode at one. Go so we did it in a cost of four days basically is like. It's like a clean sing process where I will talk about my message. H from beginning until two N. I'll talk about all the topics that I know. And I'll I'll touch on all of my experience Syrians. All of my stories. I'll talk about my husband. I talk about my father. Talk about my kits so dearly he and you know wanting. I realized that I didn't appreciate my husband after sharing the whole thing in. Oh it's like I finally see the connection of all my knowledge of all my experience begins and all my relationship how they have actually supported me and made me to the woman I am today so this is really powerful. This is not just betting quotes. This is your whole life experience that you extract to bring out a message and message is really to change your situation now to something better something that you dream Fall to prepare yourself for success success. Yeah I worried I'm worried that You know one of my concern. When was that? I'll be sharing too much. Because honestly is not always nice stories stories for example that I was not I don't agree with my in laws in Odessa stories. where I don't agree with I? My parents the thinks that I share so I was worried. Eight that it'll be you know too much to share but it's really really really mean that I'm sharing about is about how I handled the situation and I ended the situation good enough and if not I learned from that situation and all these stories is for me to help for all the women out there who is going through the same thing right and my intention Mugniyah is really to help you guys out there. Yeah the whole experience too. I feel by recording. PODCASTS is much more powerful than in writing a book because in podcasts. You get to listen to my voice you get to listen to Roy. Experienced rose story said I tell you know it's not edited because when we record something we recorded recorded from beginning to the end and that's about it and if we make mistakes in in the middle we start from beginning so we have to let it flow flow properly and what you're listening is really really from me honestly from me and yeah yeah so I feel this. Experience is more powerful than a book is free to here. Yeah he's free to hear it's free to share so Yeah and I myself. Don't read book as much as I. Listen to podcasts. So I think podcast is the way to go. Yeah so that were my objections to do podcast. But I manage and I've I feel very happy that I did it. I feel I feel like an instant. PODCAST leader I truly do. Oh Yeah thank you so rich woman. Thank you Geneva. When we raise our voice together the words woman power becomes more dangerous a phrase becomes a movement so let your voice be hurt? It's time ladies. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so ornette diarrhea connected and I hope that I can continue to serve u you as you build your dreams and if you love this episode and I hope that you didn't rated five stars give us a glowing review because we were to help more women around the world finding these rich podcast alone. You are strong. Together unstoppable now shared this every every woman who needs it because this is how we are changing the world one woman at a time as always get out of your comfort zone and Ooh to. What's the drapes always wanted to achieve for women who love the F.? Word being fabulous heavy freedom and financial independence pendants my dear so rich sending you my love speak to you soon. Bye for now
String Nguyen 3x LinkedIn Top Voice & Founder of The Trusted Voice: Deal With Your Money Story And Get Paid For The Value You Truly Deserve
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. Stability are self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond hubbub and in control of your life again at for women? Love the Atwood podcast. We will open the talking about it. Lachlan's online getting recognition as lever and female entrepreneurs and also the athlete being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end loved the F. Word. Welcome to the show a special guest with us today. Invest I excellent Volvo semi. Okay introduce yourself. I'm my name. Is Suzanne Online on Shrink Story? My story string means like connect people who time place an innovation together while. And how long have you been doing this with my personal brand new string story probably about six years? But then I discovered video lashing like yourself. L. was on meek had about two and a half years ago and since then my like Prisons Online has grown exponentially. Wow so when you are a mere cat Have you changed other platforms? Yeah Meek had died. I was talk twenty USA and but then the community that I co- Diem Eka. Mika I still talk to you on to this very day. That the the top fifty users as well. I talked to them a hind with them. In America I stayed with the actual business with them. I collaborate with them so anything. Even a platform dies understand. You're in a good community. It could outlive the platform itself. So I've been on KNEECAP lab Now on facebook live and snapchat one award on some China's. Wow that's pretty awesome. So what meeting you want to become more visible with these platforms by accident by. I'm just a very good communicator. I didn't consider myself as an influence people. Call me influence At the end the day I just WanNa tell out about future own show too smart people because I find if I took to. Smart people alert become a better person and understanding what the future is like so. I just want to do it in a way that clicked stories so and it just happens to like people who I love those stories. And then this iphone my journey and then. I realized that I have an audience. And that freaked me out a little bit and then you Nouri that. You're you're doing something famous when someone told me this. They know you don't know them. Wow that's a good way of understanding that you become like Internet famous famous or something like that and that happened to me when I was walking on the streets of San Francisco for the very first time. We'LL MARKET STREET. And that person misses the end today on instagram's like us will you walking down market street and like why didn't they say hi. You're freaked me out understand that if people prepared that people will love you. You have a great story or a great message people who so to you. What is a woman of influence me considerably? You are leveraging on your current influence but to you what is the definition of that. The person has like self-awareness. A person women who has like a understanding on the palace of immunity or the fabulousness like you said and when they understand that. Have like a strong sparkle inside them like a one women who who spoke on camera you know when people talk about geek out or when they really passionate about something that sparkle so you want people to spark or more and when they sparkle they look great on camera. Wow so when you are growing on influence and you said by accident and curious were there. Obstacles in growing to the current influence occur. That you have right now. I think what I did was like what people do when they have too. Many options or not focused enough. What happens that you're in but when you realize you have like you know like L. Organized Fried Chicken Patties? Because that's part of my brand new potties. I love to go to Fried Chicken potty. Everyone tonight to get your you know. When I was in America I like immediate road sure and had like I went to eight CDs and Organiz like every seat I winter you had like. Fried Chicken patties interviewed a lot of people say like interviewing one hundred people Met like and had like eight Fried Chicken Patties Cuny and Econo- build up my Reputation overseas You get to travel took geek out and talk to the smartest people and ate fried chicken. So that's when I realized I had a compelling like Brat. Yeah when you have like the one way of knowing you have a compelling brand is when your community since the Mris that you say all the time so like every day I get a chicken from a frightening story from my community. It's like a photo of you Here can I send you something and we'll fight again. Give me caps that. Give me socks. Awhile they they send me links to different places. Eat Fried Chicken all the time like when you come back to Melbourne these places you should check out so then you know you have a very strong brand when they Bring back the translate old. Tell you your message fact. You won't but how you know a lot of women still holding back especially when Asia We are encouraging women especially in solar women to do more livestream main to get more visibility. So how do you even get started? I know that you went by accident. But how do you know that you need to have like Fried Chicken and Know going to different city and have the party. How and when you were into the one hundred people all the smartest minds all these things. How does spark off where they from any both from thing? It's because like unrealized at the end of the day when you think about like if you strip it down to the subjective cool things I have a former branding and you could take it as your brand equals your vision. Your values floss. Y'All visuals host really strong visuals. Ngo Voice when you have all those four days and then you have a brand and I think that would help. Women like articulate who they are also when you create content. Gather realize that you have to do something almost every day. Like if you could like Gir- Antenna camera on days when you do shit but still want to talk about what you WanNa talk about. Then you know you could do it on an everyday basis. People always ask me like. How did you become more confident new finally Amro? And you know like I didn't like I didn't realize I have a truly strong story but people kept on asking me more questions. Say Anything I think we need to realize these like you have your own perspective of things people really want to. Nuri about your thoughts about things. That's why people could fluently does because like they the girl reputation of being a leader because people kept on asking them questions about stuff. And how how do you come over? Challenges the camera Practice makes perfect. I originally when I was like my face is all I d like it. Actually when people call cute I get angry. I I know it's love. My face is not your advantage. You had to realize that it's like you'll face you'll voice is an advantage because no one has your voice no one says your perspectives. You're thinking no one has your face your thinking. I just realized that you'll story has value. Your Voice has about you and you just have to believe in yourself and other people who believe in as you just need one person to make you feel like you're relevant. I N T do You before and you said some really great points in having a supposed to have your like just like Ju Cameras. If you're talking to your friend you know. Talk to them like a friendly. Youtube is one of the reasons why Youtube do so. Well is because they treat audience as fans the treat them like the friends and your setup show shattered a bit. How you on that that? That's not up. Sure is one my clients. Look I've been able to travel around the world and 'cause I freelance is because a lot of people want volume of content. So that's UPSHUR is one of my clients pay me on a retainer basis to create Baltimore content and you see you can't get paid if you WANNA get paid. You just have to put your foot down. And he didn't say yes to that then like even prestige high and if they say yes and the other thing about did you cross it to lurk but just as long as you put money down then people will pay you then once you have the first kind then you had a second client. Then you have folks quiet. And he's just like a numbers game. It's like you have to keep on saying here a lot of nerves before he just put a value. There's a value for everything. But if you're all concentrated giving away free like when you build up or when you're starting out I understand that you have to build up your portfolio but have a like like June this year and then I start charging so what did. The influence online is such important in this climate. It's I think the wrong. I don't think influences like Kenyans. Five people to do an action can use by a one person to realize that can make a difference and nobody is important for me because I like Nixon who their achieve fundamental things doing create connect. So when you know after these are probably connected with my final other people. That will help her business. Because I believe in connecting people to rise on. I didn't believe in 'cause I don't have time to waste my energy. My like positive energy on a person who doesn't want to help society oh blaming themselves and realize that you really like Your mindset your Greenwich or you'll vives attract the people that you want to work with as well. How old are you ready to? Are you serious? Twenty-three often and that's the one I think my mom was a tie and ultimately it's because I do mean something awake out with like joy every so what advice can you give my community of. Alridge you find your passion if you could do it every day. That would spy you to wake up and feel joy. Then that's already like a year as he could do something like that every day. Just find that passion and by find the passionate monetize. That's the hottest thing you can do on your. They still how to monetize your passion your success more people than you realize. I have a lot of content. People come to me and it's like how do you get paid like? Don't you get paid and then a door for free? It's like yeah that's because people don't value themselves enough or don't have the confidence or the scared they rejected. But you have to pay a numbers game. Sometimes you have to like yourself. High gets that expensive and then find out why sometimes yeah the price of the down Louisville Lur- and then like if there's to me yes it was like how much can I do to make it more. Or how do I add value more so than next? That kind will pay more next time. So it's like that meter he and if you WANNA like high people you have a better network if you pay people and you have to negotiate. You'd little negotiate with pay all. Ib Pain and took me ages to. But I put my foot down. Yeah so when? Do you start to like money story. I think it's when I saw trading myself like a product. Y'All elaborate on that when you when you brand. And it's like this true ways of doing brands like Richard Branson and Oprah like a branch right that faces branch and there became products and then like Richard Bassin has a different model where he's also got other businesses behind him as well Gary as like that where he spaces Brent. Someone would like a bit like you know I write. I like facebook post and put his picture on it. I get more likes them on almost because he's a recognizable rent so you've had to get healthy then like instant credit And when you What I realized is like one Rather do I used to be like one off payments and didn't like that so I realize I'm a monthly subscription model Saas Service as a yeah alchemist? Australia's a service. Oh this is a very creative creative way to do so. Then people understand because as a principal. They're already talked about retain unlike what's that when I said like hanging out with like I'm a Saas Model Street. Has the service street mess you says. Yeah Yeah and by doing that. Like people get it and so then like also the one. Line that you jerry when you start off. He's like I'm so happy that you want to pay me as a consultant for the service just saying that one line. I'm so happy that you you'll pay you'll pay me as soda and then you you will have instantly like a neuro paying off. This is very sorry. My time my expertise. The you know what I'm doing is not for free but if you ready for me next time you know that this story is open so then you could pay me guests but then when since I did that then I'll like I had like more cleanse. Come home to me. It's a good focus remember. I say like when you're like a social media nation yourself like I realized that social media sue broad and then I realized that people see at the end of the day people want me to do more videos like how do I do more videos and get paid for it. So they're not do something that I love and allow people to be like following me as well and be a pay full what I'm Greta video storytelling but but no one. Sorry Tony Stewart. Intangible so you had to have like a service service or product. Listen to things that people understand of product and service at the same time opponent hosting shows and getting paid and the offering a subis- poll the content. Yes pretty much. Because I'm making machine and at the day like we all have like emotional relationship with money and asking for money is something that a lot of people don't know how to. Yeah and but that's but that's the step being entrepreneur. I'd asking for money being paid for money. Paid on time looking up to your people billionaire entrepreneur. Last choice is like a long term game didn't play for short-term game because then you you know you have like she declines ends like pay me all like they come to you and still buy on your us so you had to have a good vibes otherwise like with that person. Then you had a sheet relationship in like two years ago was to come back to you. Continue pretty much and it's all of us like you know like so much you're GonNa really you know failures is important thing but once treat yourself as a product it becomes addictive so you have like less emotional ties with yourself while. That's good advocate nowadays. You're traveling so much. How do you cope and manage your business work hard and then like sleep a lot afterward? I like it were cut and sleep alone because I have so much information that I need. Time meet my brain's digest is any colts and Moto that you live by. I'm curious Future that also all right. Okay thank you very much Suzy for showing up here today. Being visible on Seoul rich woman helping alum on women in my community. So thank you very much. Thank you yeah bye. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored Della connected and I hope that I can continue to serve U S. He built your dreams and if you love this episode and I hope that you did rated five stars give state glowing review because we were helped more women around the world. Finding these sold rich podcast alone. You are strong together. We are unstoppable. Now shared this every woman who meets because this is how we are changing the world. One woman at a time as always ask get out of your comfort zone and go to. What's the dreams if always wanted to achieve for women who love the F? Word being fabulous heavy freedom and financial independence. My dear soul rich women sending you my love and I'll speak to you soon. Bye for now and
How Charis Rooda Moved To A New Country With Zero Network and Plenty of Fear To Becoming A Successful Founder and Producer of Webconf.asia Events
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. Stability are self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond purpose and in control of your life again at for women love the Atwood podcast? We will open the talking about it. Lachlan's online getting recognition as leader and female entrepreneurs and also the athlete being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end loved the F. Word welcome to the show Do they have a special guest to bus? Her name was carries carries. Would you like to introduce yourselves? Yes I my day. Job is building websites not building websites. I am organizing a conference For people who built websites and earlier on we had about. You know how you would strip your way to Hong Yeah So I moved here to get away with my husband Without a job without a visa. And we we started easy. It's like the first year is not easy and it's a lot of work to just got everything. Just tell me a little bit more about a conference than you have just organized. Yeah so I in earlier on. I used to organize a conference in Amsterdam and when I came here I wanted to But it takes it. Takes you like a few years to kind of find out how a local community works And I looked around and I organized few meet ups and then I decided just going to do and I started little less than a year ago and my conference was a month ago or so and really well and how many people were there around her neck. Sixty and who were the participating partners We had as a sponsor we have. Microsoft we have MISSOULA We had fastly. Pg Pay quite a quiet. Quiet good sponsors. Okay so tell us a little bit more on how you get started carries because I know that you keep the home with nothing you know network. Nobody and you're like Bam making it happen. I think the the main thing is you need to meet a lot of people I went to let them meet. I've got in contact with a lot of people in my network which build up earlier in Amsterdam About your idea and you tell them that you have really big plans and you. Kinda hope they they want to. They want to join you on that. So what got you started are just really really wanted it and I think I think you just you just start. I wish is I just really want to make this happen? I was kind of building. Websites is really cool but it doesn't satisfy me as much as running any fence so you start you do research and they start. I want to get that pot all of you so you just just start regardless whether you have a ban you just not we will saying so sheriff bus more. I think I think we I think. Awesome Journey Journey. Yeah so I started with getting my venue like a really big struggle Because it's you you don't. I didn't have a network like a good network to find an infant. You so you just make a lot of hours and when you when you have your event getting visual style together when you have your whole visual style you start to invite people and slowly slowly bit by bit. It's coming together and then you awake from any nice because you're afraid that you won't tell any tickets and they say do a lot of Promo and then tickets start shelling Running before the tickets even started running selling and promos that the running. You had this fear right. Yeah Yep so dive deep. I want to hear about your fears that went on between the two years. Because I believe many female entrepreneurs like yourself you know I mean goals through all these struggles so I think the best way to kind of reduce. My fear is just to work on because we're busy trying to sell those tickets. You're not really afraid you won't sell them so I was just making a lot of hours to make sure that I sold them. And what were the waste you you reach out to people and sold them talk to a lot of people. I think still at least on Congress to really offline show. I talked to a lot of people told him it was going to be really good. Yeah like kind of like in the end. I just told people it's going to be really good. Just buy a ticket say talk show by your fierce The concerns long source in your was it. I wasn't really afraid to fail. I was more afraid that I wouldn't sell enough tickets done or it would cost me a lot of money or for some region. I would not be able to make it happen. I was not really afraid to disappoint people who was more like. I just really wanted to make it happen. Yeah well you alone or do you have like a support I organized. Yeah I organized on my own. I did have a lot of people around me who know a lot about events new also. We do something like that. Just ask people to help you because it it might just in the beginning you my. You might not WanNa do that. It's really I think you're really shit because people love to help and as soon as you start to reach out to people and you ask them okay. Can you help me? People love to help and it will make stuff so much better. Okay share a little bit about how. What do you mean by asking for helping where you did you? Do you stop asking previously? Yes yeah because you think like Oh that's kind of weird and you just walk up to people and you say okay. I need to Celtic. Can you help me with an ordeal? You have a network. Can you help me with or I don't know I don't know how to do this. Do you have experience with a and the thing is people love to help. But you don't really realize that. And how do you realize I think once people start offering to you then you think like oh I can just do it. Like there's a Lotta stuff you can actually just do. It doesn't feel right you just you just like your way too shy to do that. And you shouldn't be so this is what they call a passion project young so when you do a nine to five what you're doing right now and with your passion project. How do you manage tight? You don't I love illness. Just No. Don't starve Lee wrong. Then the good thing about a passion project. It's fine when you the cool thing is at least that was something that just kept me busy. And I didn't want to stop doing and and I had not done that for a really long time and that was at least it's been quite a while since I was so excited about something and discuss a lot of time to me organize. It was like a one day conference. I think it's around five hundred hours and there was a nonprofit conference so I just didn't make any money. It just gave me gave me a lot of happiness. Basically anyone who helped me build my network but yeah like our when totally out of hand husband supportive yes ferry. That's important right absolutely. Yeah Yeah Yeah for sure. Yeah so to you. I mean now that you've built a sudden level of influence in the web area in your space to you. What is a woman of influence in general like together work together with? Nice people so I find when somebody's nice that just that's just something. I'm really liking. I kinda like it when women do stuff their own way and when they're really bubbly and really I don't know yeah. I think that's what I that's what I like and I don't really care what type of stuff they do if they're really passionate about and if it really nice and they really want to help other people. I find that really inspiring so that is a woman of influence to you. Yeah okay so what are some of the common obstacles and challenges you face besides not having a network but now that you've network from where you were then to where you are now. How was the journey? I mean like obstacles and challenges. I think always starting. It's the most difficult part and once it's running it's going to be fine. Yeah yeah and stuff really hard. I don't know maybe just a bit scary yourself. Do you do a lot proposals and sleepless nights just to get to where you know? I like to sleep. I'm trying to I kind of like a waste of worry about stuff so I'm just really worried about stuff. I just read it. Just make a list of stuff down to see how I can. I like to read it. Just work on it. Don't worry so you have no band growing events no and you organized in Amsterdam. Yes and then not one hong-kong congratulations. You and moving for next year is going to be even bigger and better and better. Tell us that process where you had to shift your mindset from a you know you'll work overnight using those conferences. I kinda in Amsterdam. I kind of got pulled into the organization that was organizing events and the first year. You just don't know what you're doing you just you just don't know and like everybody. I kinda talk. Who's doing offense? Everybody says I have no idea what I'm doing. Because she just don't know and after two or three years she sees shouldn't patterns and that's where I learned also knew that when I did the last event in Amsterdam I knew the next step would be running my own events. I just played really good attention. You just you just just making notes in your your hat and you just and then you just kind of you. Just kind of run at your way as a female entrepreneur. Self Yacht Advice. Would you give fellow entrepreneurs in my community? That's a really good one. Well I think first of all just start. Don't be afraid that Oh yeah. Don't be afraid that you're not able to do it because everybody just start at zero and the thing is most of the time the first step you will do won't be that good but that's fine because then you just do not around you do not around and just try to get involved somehow learner law and then just Kinda step out and do it grow and when you when you start. Nobody knows what they're doing. You agree that you were perfectionist. Before so you Linda. Take it easy rider that no. You didn't take it easier. No I still. Don't take it easy. No I don't know because you just WanNa make some good right so you spend a lot of time on it and make things happen. Yeah cool okay so you want to introduce a little bit more conference and get people to who are in the same space you to you. Yup I have a website where the Asia. You can subscribe to the newsletter. I'm also on facebook on twitter and instagram. So follow me somewhere and you'll get updates. That's awesome thank you thank you. Thank you very much for joining us today. With Carey says she also lady for more of the show notes to catch it on facebook as well as sold rich woman dot com. My name is g Shell Laura signing off. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored connected and I hope that I can continue to serve U S. He build your dreams and if you love this episode and I hope that you did rated five staff give us take glowing review because we were held more women around the world finding these rich podcast alone. You're strong together. We unstoppable now shared this with every boomer who needs it because this is how we are changing the world one woman at a time as always get out of your comfort zone and go to. What's the dreams always wanted to achieve for women who love the F? Word being fabulous heavy freedom and financial independence. My dear soul rich sending you my love and speak to you soon. Bye Now
Bhudi Wayan - Secrets Of A Balinese Womanpreneur: Mindset Lessons To Breaking Free And Becoming An Investor Profile At An Early Age (Part 2 of 2)
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. Stability are self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond purpose and in control of your life again at for women love the Abbot podcast? We will open the talking about deadlines online getting recognition as leader and female entrepreneur and also the athlete being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end loved the F. Word. Welcome to the show. Sitting next to me is beautiful. Wipe Volvo other Kharasi. She is so gorgeous. She's young she is the Real V. Lots and you know. Run Business embodies. We teaching our children and therefore give up and keep on trying and failure is experience. And it's a lesson so yeah especially we have two boys. We don't want the give up. You know is not very amazing. I I because that's what I want to do and I think a lot and and sometime yes dress in Involving the but you know I he let with nature with nature activities so after I learned it for many years actually saw not waiting to take so much stress as just doing it. Insent distinctive about it you on Mar more action than than just taking the top. I learned that I myself because when I when I keep thinking is not is not useful. Just keep on thinking not doing anything so and now resolved so bitter just doing it so and enjoy it now so sometimes. It's hard year now when we already used to it. And then it's become normal creating your normal pop-up success. Yeah that's what I that's what I experience about myself. So and the materials and everything was In the beginning is hard but because I eyeball to dry up my own and I can find my own. So and then I'll caused leaders are shown about building and Iran dead and then I seed The many different of the materials about building and relented little bit here in the act. And you and you know we exploiting together materials and to to create and get people and and make the design that we wanted. Did you manage your money very well? I mean like how you make. Sure your budget. Yeah I I try I try. It's months I count so I did The money for Portion for buildings or some full my kids school or some for the family of course person for for taking care maintain the house the villa so I tried in here because they have so many stairs so when the guests here day They did see all workers. Cairene teams materials on their head. They are very impressed so they don't have to go far away to to learn how people how people making money here my know supporting the kitchen every day and they learn. Thomas so yeah. So they see is like why are is really working so hard? Do you offer you get to go twelve years that I've just go and he Across my motorcycle that time when I met him I was like Nineteen and he was Brought to you by my old motorcycle and just my gut is still very new. And he caused question. Yeah Yeah and. He tried to hide the crowd. That was funny really but you know I don't mind I I didn't get anything I think is funny so and he had a place. It's immediately before you met him. Because renting your motorbike to you yes. Twelve years ago years ago I met him when I was twenty three and now you have two beautiful boys one is donkey around and team up with the names okay. Then he Actually but he all they also have about these name in in the beginning really in valley the first year we call and the second name is covered so they have about an evening in in the Vivian so that we know for sure they come from rallies in front Dante. Why is the I suppose and come back? The second person and your mind is the third person and cut. Your is the fourth person. Yeah Oh yeah like a red floor yes so I'm number five and then I come back to the I interesting. Culture our conscious very interesting and he's steady details and unique and and the communities amazing here that could have like area. We have so go there for for for here in valley so because the kids like to travel once in a while lately at least twice a year overseas different country to explore. So yeah well and I heard you you you control the Financier Ministry of Finance. I learned to do contain of my own accounting and now Sarah now so from theriault to talk online Charles Power of the Internet the Internet when I was Years ago there's no computer here. You know yeah yes. There is no computer so I learn computer of May on by myself so my son did by anonymous people so I asked outside and and you know it's benefit all you manage your money to the point that you can buy land. You compute feelers. Not just one. Remorse called peaceful view. Why to to be able to have some such thing. When I was young my mother taught me. You buy like hundred thousand leukemia. I HAVE TO SAVE. Fifty percent of it are so so every time. I make the money I have fifty percent out so to be to to use it to to achieving my dream so because it's already no more for me science when I was a little girl to do that and I still doing it until now. Whatever you mania you save fifty percent spent on things that what is important years what is important and goes on things that don't matter right. I mean Ford is very important healthy food and you're not supporting the kids activities is important. I still I still use the money for fun but not I I. I'm not using this. Use it so I didn't. I didn't go shopping mall often so I a lot of money is back until I see I think I have in our to invest and then I address the surfing actually really probono because I thinking about five years later would be much much more expensive so I just tried doing it now. I forced myself in some percents so that we in five years later. Auto materials and the workings are feel are higher. So you know so I drink it now. You Force Yourself. What do you mean by forces you mean you were in your comfort zone beforehand? John United States human beings. Sometimes you know maybe it's not gonNA work. I don't feel like it and you know I. This is me this better having serving that investing and then I and then you did. I changed my mind and then I already started. I have to do it because we don't want to lose it so when I oughta described it I got the land and started to get the workers so and then I sometimes because it's a long process of the building until it's finished so sometime I forced myself to to be like keep doing it on exciting so because we feel so tired. Yeah so how do you sell to motivate is? I you know I see the progress and be grateful so learn to enjoy the process. You know booty. A senior high school has senior. High School of graduate only devoted a little idea. I didn't go to school. I English school now. I didn't go to invest so you only need icepick baroness. I speak Bahasa. Indonesia and my English is not good But it's not my language I don't really get as long as understand the and and I ever to call where to find the energy I Just because I have two boys that I need to support and now admitted we never know something fun to to each other rights and from our I learned to not really lame from my husband's months so and he has his own team or he thing that he likes in in his live so I want to feel that too in that way. You know so. It's like we need to experience it so your results. I mean your and my in the same five raise. My kids experience exploring. Wow Are you experiencing your life fully? Are you really exploring and really going through the process of going through the process? Yeah wow I enjoy the process. So what advise you give the women out there? Who are you know? Still complaining about live just going round the round circle. What advice would you give? I think is being For us for me. is big rightful. First Maigret for really reality bigger for for for the team that we already has followed and to you know to move forward with a with a dream that to hell stuck to when we eat healthy food really And we have enough sleep and it's have asked to king better too without a simple for me. I think every every person have that one life you know so every person has their own loud and and if we compare this this so so much more higher and so so much more lower so if we maybe we can compared to wonder lowered out about modern life. That's over our movie so I don't really compare my life. That's that is don't compare is not like a competing. I didn't compete. My life is so even my friend very nice very nice car so and Islam. We we think we want it. But it's not I. It's a good motivate motivation. But don't really bad just because we see somebody's having something in in her Vga knowledge-sharing. I can feel it because of being right next to her. And I'm like Look Celia Passion the long process. I'm not as good as correct. Oh I have no makeup. So that's really so inspired in Singaporean. Chaucer Jones the John Action Okay Jones. There is like a person describing a personality. Jones those Johnston. Then you Chong that you're okay so let's thank goodness for really joining us. Thank you thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored connected and I hope that I can continue to serve you as he built your dreams and if you love this episode. I hope they rated five stars. Give us they glowing review because we were helped more women around the world finding these rich podcast alone. You are strong together. We are unstoppable. Now shared this with every woman who needs it because this is how we are changing the world one woman at a time as always get out of your comfort zone and go towards the dreams always wanted to achieve for women who love the F. Word being fabulous heavy freedom and financial independence. My dear saw rich sending you my love and I'll speak to you soon. Bye for now.
The Power House Of Start Up Ecosystem In Hong Kong: Karena Belin, CEO and Co-Founder of W Hub
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. Stability are self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond purpose and in control of your life again at for women love the Atwood podcast? We will open the talking about it. Lachlan's online getting recognition as leader and female entrepreneur and also the athletic being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end loved the F. Word Welcome to the show with the F. Word being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. Today we have a really special guest with us and let her introduce herself. She's the founder of w hub. Thank you very much. Yeah I'm Crane Abella and I'm the CO founder of W Hobbs We are a community that has the passion to help. Startups and scale their business. And therefore you need resources. So that's what we do. We connect to the resources you need to grow and scale business so carina. How do you get started in this? Well actually you know. It's the typical story. There is a problem that you start feeling. Really passionate about We cofounder and me friends that were entrepreneurs and there were always desperately looking for talent now. Actually if you look back two thousand thirteen the Hong Kong startup system and ecosystem was relatively small and self center was really lacking for somebody to open it up Dr Disability and help them recruit. So that's where we came in and said Okay. We need to I help. Startups built their team recruit. Then reach out to other startups energizing collaborate and then reach out to investment acceleration programs. So how big is a community right now? So we cover over one thousand five hundred startups. I'm Barbara Lee. You know more half of the ecosystem here. In Hong Kong. The total community is over ten thousand because it includes compassionate talented includes the investors acceleration and co working programs in spaces And hopefully grow more and more and also get people from outside of Hong Kong interests that and also you said that it's part of the Hong Kong almost one thousand five hundred Startups which covers most punk ecosystem? Yeah exactly well. The Hong Kong government just Recently did a study and set their one thousand nine hundred twenty six startups here in Hongkong. And they're probably more than two thousand even But yeah I think we can confidently say that we cover more than half of ecosystem Probably around two-thirds wow so corinna sheldon how you structure it to link the resources because yeah we started it but what mix so amazing. I don't know what makes us amazing. I mean our mission passions our tagline startup passion. And the W comes actually from. Why the W W yeah? We're big fans of Simon Senate with his golden circle and his talk about starting with white and we believe that the most important asset an entrepreneur has is his passion his mission and his team. And that's what we ask. Our startup founders to do to sign up and showcase their passion. Because that's the way that the attract any kind of resources via talent investors or anybody else interested in their startup so when you said earlier on you spoke French yes and worries you from okay. Well I'm originally from Germany. My better half is probably definitely French. Because my husband and my co-founder of both French and I studied in Germany and in France and then travel to Asia Already over ten years ago because I looked seven years in Japan six years in Hong Kong. Now I totally fell in love with Asia So that's a little bit. You know my multicultural background. So how many languages do you speak well in a day? Today I'm context. I do speak English German and French. I understand a little bit of Italian And I do have to admit really try to learn Japanese and Chinese and probably can get some survival this out there but Discussion Yeah but I would I think in my second life really love to learn more Asian languages my curiosity use about you as a woman leader founder or cofounder. I would say what are some of the challenges that you face Sherri. Yeah sure I think I mean one of the questions that you know. I get asked because sometimes like well. Yeah as a female entrepreneur. What are your challenges? I think may one of my challenges. What to answer to a question about you know. What is it difficult for being a female entrepreneur because I don't really feel are Regard Myself as a female entrepreneur. I just happened to a lot of passion and energy on trying to make change happen I am the woman at the same time so I guess that makes me qualify female. Maybe just maybe I'm just lucky enough and right now have got into the barriers yet of being female versus male But Yeah Wow. Are you looking at can we? Can we collaborate if you oh I would love to? I mean we say that we believe in the power of meaningful connections and I think that's totally true of connecting different ecosystems with each other because there obviously complementary right from the opportunities from the promise that people Seoul the from the resources You know we have collaborations already. What different ecosystems that are surrounding us if people in Hong Kong talk a lot about complementarity of Shenzhen and Hong Kong and but I think it's it's definitely to also a Singapore and I would. I would love to see you know because we could connect you know well. That's that's really awesome so soul regiment. A Hong Kong coming soon. Okay yeah so okay. What is what is the one advice that you give my community. to aspiring entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs alike was the one advice that you give them yeah Well advise again is probably like gender-neutral It's Well first of all of course is just go out and try. I mean follow your passion Don't let you get hold back by your own. Paradyne's or fears And the second thing is something That I would love to quote my co-founder Karen who wants came up and said you what I I think. We should listen to everyone but make up our own mind. I think it's just at one point in time There is no right or wrong. Just feel confident and try it out. I love it. I can feel her passion just sitting next to is like well. Infectious Super Awesome Really when when you're doing going this journey where do you see you have? Well where do I see W up? I mean ideally I would love to see w up making an impact to startups around the world. it's really again helping startups to make the meaningful connections to the right people at the right time to the right resources We have recently seen that. There are more and more. I'm corporate interested in genuinely finding ways to collaborate and push both agendas forward so on that one. I have a very personal passion. 'cause they used to fifteen years in the big multinational company Proctor and gamble. I loved it. I learned a lot absolutely. I learned a lot and so I can see you know the positives in both worlds and we talk a lot about you know venture back startup models. I think the future also lies ahead for corporate back START APPS or startup back corporates and I think there is a lot if if really both sides understand how to smartly work together. I think that's how we can really drive impact and you don't make innovation meaningful innovation happen so I think that's something where I really want us To to make our own little piece to the impact yet do you have any investors in W hop. I mean part of what it is. We recently expanded our you know connections to making sure that startups can connect and meet with investors because obviously talent is one resource. You need You I have to. Have you know somehow complete team in In place to then build and execute on a prototype and then you know start fundraising but money is the other big part you need at one type To to scale just foster right very often. It's a question of speed So definitely I mean. That's the other big thing really won't do but where. Where do you get all this investors? How do you get them on board too so that you can connect them how? Yeah so actually one of the things. Obviously and that's coming back to what we do is we showcase about. The ecosystem is creating that visibility and know how in education about the opportunities that are here that actually they come to you rather than you having to reach out to them right. And then the other thing is continuously Driving these opportunities with also offline events and strategic partnerships. So we're strategic partners. You know being the Hong Kong banned Business Angel Network or even government own programs like you know hoping science and Technology Park. So it's really about you know very often finding these win win collaboration opportunities and make it happen Do you do you okay? So there's one topic that I was talking about. It's called visibility women in Richmond. I always encourage them to be more visible. How important is visibility to w hop and to you as a as a CO founder right So the visibility to W I would say less to w have two more the ecosystem. It's a fundamental pillar of the business model and solving the problem so again when we started in two thousand thirteen I think one of the things that the ecosystem was lacking was actually somebody driving this visibility visibility drives you know knowledge and education and that then gets people interested that bring resources in. Yeah so I mean it depends on your own business model but we were. We were there to build. You know the community and help it grow. Therefore it was a critical part of our business model and visibility What way so bans. And yes. No absolutely I mean one part and you and again it depends where your base and you know your contacts But Hongkong relatively small right. So you can definitely leverage off-line tools. You don't have to hack only online And at the end of the day I still believe you know. We're all humans and that human touch and connection is important Provide offline value to get the online growth happening Yeah so definitely you. Should you should do that. So Carina tell tell my audience. How can they reach out to you? And what would you give them? Yeah so please look up on wwl dot. Io Come and join the community bring your know-how and background and you know passion for collaboration with you if you want to know more about the Hong startup ecosystem. There is one hundred fifty nine pages white paper on a slight share or free download on the website. It's called the Hong Kong startup ecosystem toolbox and it includes a whole section on community. Builders that you can reach out to over a hundred here The programs the resources available so it should be a little growth hat tip on how to get into a Hong Kong the Hong Kong startup ecosystem. Wonderful thank you very much carina. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm so honored connected and hope that I can continue to serve you build your dreams and if you love this episode and I hope that you did rate five give us glowing review because we were helped more women around the world finding these rich podcast alone. You are strong together. We are unstoppable. Now shared this with every woman who needs it because this is how we are changing the world one woman at a time as always get out of your comfort zone and go to what's dreams I've always wanted to achieve for women who love the F. Word being fabulous heavy freedom and financial independence. My dear soul rich sending you my love and I'll speak to you soon. Bye for now.
Ivy (Cheung) Montgomery: What It Takes To Be Successful As A Leader In The Corporate World
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays. The bills buys own things and she doesn't let Amanda Factor. It has the ability for self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond purpose and in control in your life again at for women love the Atwood podcast. We will open the talking about deadlines online getting recognition as leader later and female entrepreneur and also the athletic being fabulous having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own end. Loved loved the F. Word. Welcome to the show. Hey Gorgeous and welcome to today's episode in this interview. I spoke with the vice president of marketing formerly from there and now she is the founder during Vice President Emmanuel Zoo cooperation and her name is ib Montgomery so she's really cool very amazing lady so do enjoy. Join this interview and share with me Over in facebook on Lincoln or instagram. On what you think about this episode today we we have a really special guest with us. Her name is Ivy. And I've you'd like to introduce myself. My name is IV. Montgomery I am actually a Hong Kong native But currently I I live in San Francisco With my husband and children and I had marketing for a message. Company called Layer. So what is success to you. I be Oh okay. Wow that's a big question. Return as well to to me. Success is being who you are and living your life according to the values that you believe in and to do so I think at the end of the day you have to know who you are and be authentic And believe that that whatever you want to do you can feel it. Have I have to do so. Wow and for you being a female leader in the organization how do you define leadership Okay So I think there's a couple of ways One of the things that as part of my Management Philosophy. It's I always choose. People Enroll where their strength and their passion cross. Because I think that's where they do The maximum amount of output booed at a state of happiness So from a leadership standpoint from a recruitment standpoint I would first start out with Selecting people people that really are here to the wall on that. They're happy to spend bulk of their time doing so. So that's more a recruitment leadership Russia and then the knicks aspect is. How do I actually engage in helped him grow so knowing where the strength and where they're passionate Lies then figure out what's the path to help them role and to me that's it's part of my That's part of my my philosophy but it's also part of Wyin to see my employees. Were for you to climb up the corporate ladder. Was the the journey lonely for you as a leader I don't think new lonely. It's the necessarily the right word but It is certainly unusual innocence that I'm in a technology space And there's not a lot of. There's not a lot of leaders in technology space space in the C. Suite And so part of it is being used to stand up for yourself Knowing that what you know no deliver results for the company nuts important on really. Be Authentic There's this perception that you need to to Drop your entire life. You know personal life. No family live just to just to do work. And that is the way to climb corporate it letter. And I don't believe so. And I think that being woman one of the things especially after having children ability to compartmentalization and be extremely greenlee efficient at work and so when I think about my day to day work each hour I allocated based on what I think. It's the hierarchy for the day and so it might be you know for me. Six o'clock at that point is really focusing on my kids and so I actually set aside my phone for a while and to really focus on my kids and when my the kids are asleep then I focussed back onto the work and so there are a lot of woman who struggle with. How do I do work life? Balance especially in the technology space where a lot of executives lives in the C.. Suites are men and they might have stay home wives and they have to travel a lot and if you choose family does that mean you're no longer than executives I think there are a couple of things that you need to look at one. AM choosing a partner. Who truly respect for for you on this is your life partner and Support would would you want to be as a person and the second thing. It's then choose a company that also respect for you on what you can deliver an the values that you bring to the table and and understand that you're not getting up who you are as far as your own personal value just to be one hundred percent always at work on so finding company who can support it finding a life partner in support then is extremely story and what is a passionate because you are a female leader in Tech Space. The you really go into this space because you're passionate about tax or were you. Previously you learn along the way It's more or less Organic I learned. There's no way So I started off. My undergrad was in economics. I was more or less than we communist but it was nine hundred ninety nine at that point when the dot com is grooming. Everyone was software space and so living in Silicon Valley at that time. Naturally I joined the Technical Company and the interesting thing about that is my role evolved and at the end of the day. I think what got me where I am isn't so so much about do I climb the corporate ladder It's more in each of the job that you take on. What exactly is the impact? You're helping with the business. Is Willie focusing on the impact And I think under time when I really focusing on the value that I bring to the table more so than what is is it for me. It's when I see the growth the most and it's actually at the end of the day. I'm the happiest that way because we think about it When you define what you do for the company the first thing is what is the best thing for you to do for the company and the second thing you think? Think about as a leader in splits the best you do for your employees to help them to view. Start of with those two philosophies and you grow that way your company benefits and and the people around you benefit was the one advise. Would you give to an employee. Also woman in a corporate ladder depends on where you are in your organization so so if you are at a higher up as an executive level I think it is every female's responsibility to help define the culture where gender. It's not an issue in fact there's a new article that I just read on Harvard Business Review. It's now you should look at actually not just diversity in terms of gender and disability disability but also neural diversity while so how do you treat people with autistic and they have certain capability. That's far advanced than Other other the people who swell to so diversity in general The way I look at it. It's if you are at a high up at an organization you are actually responsible for are helping to set the culture so that everyone is accepted accepted and that everyone can play to their strengths. But if you're at a farther down where you just starting up I I think that it's Struggling in terms of getting harassed or feeling like you're performances not not being evaluated the right way on so the number one thing usually a any employees should do its reach out to their managing person so you're director your manager That is the first point of contact in terms of your performance evaluation. Now if it's go beyond just a performance it's something that's more social And your female. I assume that's what you suggest one of the thing I really encourage rich people to do As part of your Korea's assess a ladder. It's finding mentor. Within the organization as well as organization now that mentor tour does not necessarily need to be a female Although sometimes could be helpful Someone who you would like to be years from now and so they they can share that path for you but when you choosing this mentorship it's also important to focus that this person isn't trying to get you to be who they are but knowing who you are and you know what your value ours and help you grow. So it's meant to be a sounding board not necessarily a copycat So so so having a mentor in situation like this enable you to have a someone like a confidant valet. Am I doing it right AM I. am. I being too sensitive or this truly in HR issues and that mentor. Should be confidentially. Die Yuzu when is the right time for you to each other. HR So number one thing is if you're starting new into In a company and I have been blessed that throughout my career mess. Wonderful woman and man That were just grateful enough to to spend their time to be my mentor. So I would highly encourage anyone anyone of you too as you start out with your career find a mentor and maybe find one or two mentors that you can feel Confidentially sharing information. I love it I really love it so much. I learned something as well. Yeah so thank you very much v. for being here today many appreciate Shit. y'All type thank you so much for joining me today. I'm owner daily connected and I hope that I can continue to serve you as he build your dreams and if you love this episode and I hope that you did rated five stars give us glowing review because we were helped more women around the world finding these rich podcast alone strong together. We are unstoppable. Now shared this with every woman who needs it because this is how we are changing the world one woman at a time as always get out of your comfort zone and go to. 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1693: Epic Achiever: JP Dinnell: Lessons in Leadership, Mindset, and Recovery
"Welcome to the conscious. Milliner show episode Number Sixteen Ninety Three To conscious millionaire the number one show very conscious entrepreneurs and CEOS on a mission to build a highly profitable business that makes a positive impact on Egypt's discover how to make bigger money. Create a bigger impact and live. Figure live you're listening to the conscious meaner network her by over twelve million listeners in one hundred ninety countries. Now join your host Jay Crawford. The conscious meaner mentor master. Nlp Coach Speaker and author of the Number One international bestseller unconscious millionaire. Grow Your Business by making a difference this. Jv With an important question for established six and seven-figure entrepreneurs. Do you want to know up front? How much profit you will make every quarter throughout twenty twenty then enter to receive a profit break through session get specific profit strategies to grow Your Business and create your profit plan for twenty twenty so you can take control over Your Business and make twenty twenty your best year ever inner now go to coach. Analytics Dot Com Ford slash profit. Twenty Twenty again. Go now to coach. Analytics Dot Com Ford slash profit twenty. Twenty-nine hello everyone and welcome to another episode of the conscious millionaire epic achiever show. Thank you for joining us today. I'm your host. Marcus Release Anderson and today. My guess is J. P. Donell. Who's an expert in combat leadership? Jpl is a former US navy seal and now a leadership instructor and speaker with Echelon Front where he serves as director of tactical training programs. Jeremiah spent nearly a decade in the seal teams with three combat deployments sent to the violent terrorist strongholds of Ramadi Iraq. In two thousand six will seal team threes now legendary task unit bruiser. Jp served as point man machine gunner and lead sniper for Delta platoon opposite the American sniper. Chris Kyle and Charlie platoon and if you guys seen The movie American sniper. They actually talk about jp a little bit in there they allude to him as one of the up and comers he worked closely with SEAL OFFICERS. Jaakko willing then and today. Jp is the director of experiential Leadership Training Leadership Instructor and Speaker with Echelon Front working for Jaakko willing and Leif Baben man. Thank you so much for being here to today. J. P. I I cannot thank you enough. You are a legend and the things that you're doing today are changing the face of what people do in leadership with business and everything else. So thank you for being here today. I appreciate I appreciate it. Thank you for having me as gas and I definitely would not use the word legend associated with my name. You don't think at work out now. I worked such amazing individuals who are in that legend category. For sure. But thank you. I appreciate Having me on your show thank you for taking the time and making it work with my crazy schedule. I Apologize For reward about it. I was GONNA say that's that's part of it right. We have to adapt and overcome so and that. That's what it's all about so the experience that you have with all the combat and everything. A lot of people don't seem to understand. Okay this this is a person who has all this experience combat. What does that mean in leadership into Corporate America? They don't seem to understand that those principles are universal. When it comes to that. And you you work on the stuff when you're doing things with the muster and everything else. Can you tell me more about what Islam fronts about the muster? About what you all are doing with this this movement yes so. Jaakko Leif started echelons run about seven years ago. You know Jaakko when we came back from Ramadi in two thousand six. He took over the training west coast. Seal team's at a command called trade at which stands for training detachment battle went on to be a leadership instructor for the junior officer program which is a program that when officers graduate from. Buds. Y'All so we go through. Buds officers. Enlisted together you graduate from Buds. The enlisted guys go to s q t the officers go to a junior officer leadership program and then they go to ask you cheat. So Leith was one buds class ahead of me so he was in class to forty one thousand in class to forty two he graduates from. Bod's he goes this officer program. I graduate from Buds. As he's graduating program and then we go and check. Indus seal qualification training or sat together and then ask not. We went to Hilton's so after Ramadi Jaakko took over the training for the actual seal team's and later took over the pro of the training program for the junior officer leadership program to help get these junior officers equipped and ready to actually lead in combat and You know leadership is a skill that is Always needing to be improved and and developed and life was phenomenal combat leader. He was proven on the and who better to do that. Then delay fathom and so they've Leith went to that command late got out of military jock retired and they were kind of doing two separate things. Leif reached out to Jaakko and they decided to form a leadership and management consulting company. And so that's how I started. Sean Front you know after a couple years of people asking him. Hey you know you should write a book. Do you guys have the stuff written down. They decided okay. Hey will write a book and they kind of you know there were against it for a while because our our community is cutthroat right. You Know Oh you read a book your turn off your put your pimp in the tribe. You're making money off our reputation and everything else like that. Which I mean. There's there's some truth to that. Yeah because we're using that background that reputation and our our knowledge to to sell a product for sure I say we. I haven't written a book but you know that's kind of like the general attitude towards it but it's funny because most team guys came into the teams because they learned about the teams from Guess. What books that we read about baby seals in combat in Vietnam and all these other things? So I mean I've I've never really cared. If people wrote books as long as you're not giving out like tactics that are classified roar. You're not talking about individuals that wanted to rename remain anonymous. I don't care about that like I could care less if you read a book. Chocolate extreme ownership. It's not just a regular combat book. It is about leadership it's about your personal development and growth and they share what we learned in combat. What we learned in training and how you can relate your personal and professional life. It is by far one of the best books I've ever read and I read. That Book Discussed Jacqueline. Life wrote a book. I'M GONNA go by five of them and I did about five of them one for me. I gave out four because I knew it was going to be amazing and So that's kind of how a group you know. And the principles are to share the lessons that we learned in combat and training in this field teams to share the stories of the amazing and brave soldiers and marines that we worked alongside in Ramadi and to share the stories of our fallen brothers who were killed in our deployment in two thousand six. So that their their stories don't go untold and their lessons are not are never going to fade away we can. We can make sure that those lessons that were written in blood are carried on and if somebody can take one of those lessons and apply to life in a better life. Is it worth it absolutely you know and so? I think that's the big reason for Jacqueline lay successes because they were very real and I can tell you personally. They actually dumbed down a lot in that book too because they're just so humble in that book I mean there is south from like. Why didn't you talk about this? And you know knowing them and knowing what they did on. My people need to know this but they wrote it so. They're not going to do that so that that book is a very humble version of what they were able to do on the battlefield in positions of leadership and so once I was really near number invest our spent at the top of the charts for very long time and that are at the one year anniversary of the book coming out. They had their first event which was muster zero zero one. It's a two day leadership event right today. Leadership Symposium Whatever you WanNa call it and But it's not like a typical conference around that time to Alco was okay. Because I was I was costly hitting of Jaakko in Pakistan. Hey you know if there's anything to help you know let me know. He knew that I've been doing sales when I got out doing. Well I got promoted you sales manager. I left that company to start my own consulting company. I was doing a couple of different things and I just Kinda was like. Hey there's anything I can do to help you guys. Just let me know and I kept just being consistent with that and folly. Jaakko all the call I got to call from Jaakko. We said Hey I think life and I are getting to the point where we're gonNA need to start bringing on additional. Instructors not sure what that looks like. Sure when But we're starting to have to turn down gigs and we don't WanNa do that. So we have an event called the muster lullaby expanded to me. He's coming up. If you can make it out there. That would be cool yard so you can kind of see what the events like you can see life again. You can see part of our team on just kind of see the fit all right court Wednesday. He told me on my during that time. During those dates of supposed to be teaching I had already committed to help my buddy for teaching shooting ansars teaching shooting and ours lily going to be leaving for a another gig overseas that pay a thousand dollars a day. For How many days was that seventy? Wow that's a channel challenge especially when at the time we we had double digits bank account. Bro. Like I'm talking less than a hundred dollars and just because I've made some bad decisions on on business and no I used to say I got screwed over which is true but I also allow myself to get screwed over because I didn't take ownership of these deals and relationships and I failed to recognize what I needed to do on my part to actually make those success. Oh it's on me you know so. Djakou tells me about it and I'm like and I kinda tell them what was up. He's like way he's like. I'm never gonNA tell you to do some fast. Take money out of your family's pocket. I I know that you need that. Money he goes. You know. Maybe you know there'll be something in the future you can get together on and it was. We said maybe I was like Oh goodness okay so I called a manda. My wife and I can't tell you what's up and she's like you know what you need to do. So you know the answer to that you know that would never steer you wrong. You know that's who you need to be with. You need to go see what they're doing. It seems like it would be an amazing opportunity. I now because she is us in the podcast. Also she knew The success they had had and I mean the you know they're on Fox News and growing and doing some pretty awesome stopping and I was really proud of them topic for them and opportunity to possibly work with them. So okay all right so then I call my buddy Mike. I know I'm helping teach shooting the opportunity to have. Is there any way the last two days you can get somebody else to cover? It is is kind of screws me on travel though some already paying near travel than debate. Solar guys travel also. Don't even worry about pay. My travel does use it towards him. I'll get myself out there Dry D an issue needs like okay because I told him he's like a great opportunity right and so as a trigger on that. Yeah well. How's it didn't have a lot of money? We had almost no money at the time so I didn't even know how they're gonNA make send giggle. I literally had no idea where we had like. Seventeen dollars in our bank account and like single digits. You know and we're using gift cards from people to like okay. Hey we can go grab some dinner at Taco Bell because we had Taco Bell Gift cards that we got an stockings during Christmas. You know it was. It was a rough time man who is shops and Hyun anything anything I could do to provide my phone's like and we'll get into that later but anyways I I think I can make it look at one of my own accounts because when I did sales I travel a lot. I was like Oh wait I my airline miles and so I know actually airline miles in size able to slide Dallas. At the time we lived in Mississippi but I was near Dallas about three hours away teaching shooting right all right cool. I've been driving back here. Dropped my car off my buddy's house I can get to the airport at get your fly so I figured I can make it happen. I told Dr. Hey fights book among away. I had no idea where I was going to stay or anything. He's cool and he's like you know you can just crash with a awesome so then we started talking more getting closer and he's like hey you know what's a good email for you gave me. He's like hey he connected me with Jane Director of Operations Said Hey. Can you book a Hotel Room for? Jp's coming out to muster might become on the for the team with life and onto you bridge remember and She was like bunk. Unlike pay for hotel because my thing was like if I didn't say were Jaakko had buddies San Diego could crash with but then how many get to him. I can't rent a car. I don't have the money to rent a car. I'll have the money to uber back and forth. Like I'm just going to have to ask a buddy to drop me off right and I'm like okay. Cool hotels at that. Then you don't have to drive. I'm good there. I'm talking like straight survival mode to make it out to this muster and so we're getting closer. She Books Hotel. I was like Oh cool. Awesome and I go there. Introduce myself meet her. Meet the team and on my God. This is amazing. You know so I was a part of that I muster and it's just it's a two day dive into the leadership principles that Jaakko Leif wrote about in their book trailer ship who talks about combat the lessons that we learned we share stories of Soldiers Marines and other gene guys that know died and were wounded in combat and how took those lessons and apply to training and how training was able to help better successively field teams overseas and how we actually won in the battle remond because before we deployed to Ramadi in two thousand six they told us reminding was an unwinnable situation that it was all but lost like our government our military everybody was saying it was done and we went there and when we partnered with these soldiers and Marines we we broke down all the Barrios we broke down the silos and we became one team and that is how we wanted. Ramadi is because we had the ability to work together we which is the principle of our first law combat cover move. We had the ability to simplify what we were actually doing. So that everybody understood the plan the mission and what their piece of that was which is the second law combat simple right and then with a huge battle like that going on. There's so many things that are going on at the same time. We're yet to be able to prioritize. What's actually affecting your piece of the mission. Yes to be able to relax look around and make a call before you take action before you move because you can move the wrong way and get yourself your team kill and you have to learn to detach your emotions so that you can be logical. And that's a third lock on that car ties and execute and the last one. Decentralized Command is is how we're able to operate because everybody lead. Everybody knew their peace mission. They knew what they were doing and they knew why they were doing. And that was what was critical to our success on the battlefield. And so you take those four basic principles those as jock calls the laws of combat and you. Fly that to anything that you're doing in life you will be successful any problem that you have in life those one of those laws combat if not all of them will help fix that problem and yet to recognize that communication ties all of them together so if your inability to communicate is causing problems you need to. I work on your ability to communicate and then dive into those laws are combat so that you can actually address the problem. Come up with a solution. And so that's what it is for two days just talking about that. The mindset of victory which are being default aggressive have an ability to innovate and adapt having humility disability. Check your ego. Risk mitigation extreme ownership disciplining freedom. Actually ty in your life and how you can apply them. And it's it's amazing you know and it's it's a group of people that are super squared away just ready to get after it. You know we start off the day with PT Osco training so we do zero four thirty workout which everyone meets zero four thirty. We start at four forty five. I didn't know who's GONNA show they get us what we're doing on like that's very early? I don't like but on my jock Ole. They're getting a better okay but I just remember like we were up super early the first night prep in like almost one. Am Now's like Jeez. And then the next day you know when it's Oh okay will appeal to understand. Is We do the workout before the group does it? So we're down there at three three fifteen to knock out the workout and then we'll meet up the group so Giancarlo come back from that first morning. They're doing the team coming around the corner toward a hotel that made it might be twenty people. There's over two hundred people outside the hotel in the streets waiting. Wow and I was like holy cow what am I part of. This is amazing. You know the rebels that I normally drink to get going like. I'm I'm good now. I say that because the time where life where there was bad I was drinking like seven energy drinks a day just to get through the day. We'll talk about that later which I can remind me to bring that up because I think it's a key thing that I'd like to share on every podcast to bring awareness of some things but anyways so I'm all fired up I'm in a game first day down and I I could not have been prouder of I mean There's multiple times are just tears. Wound up is listening on speed. Stories brings me back to Ramadi the pictures and videos. I mean it was amazing and then they talk about me and said that on here so of course there's like People Wanna come talk me and they're like yeah. This is that was Chris. Kyle's counterpart you know in in American sniper the young sniper that they were teasing Chris that was catching up to him. Right up to our man out. So they're gonNA hide as trying to hide in the very back and you know whatever but you know it was good. It was a it was a good first day. Then they did. Dinner met some awesome people and then help them. Prep next-day really being teed boom. Get after it and at the end of the day I have a picture that I put up are waiting in line at the very back. Got A picture Jaakko lakes on Saturday in between them and it was. You know that was the start near. That was three years ago and you know then we don't do Jiu Jitsu video of Jacqueline. I rolling at Youtube Channel. And it's crazy. It has like almost three hundred thousand views chocolate high. Just getting after Nogi. I think almost broke my neck. Crew member is pretty bad But that's kind of how it all started for my partnership with them in a kind of tried to explain. What what we do Sean Front in what the muster is podcast Jock Jock? Podcast episode forty six. Which is cool because I carried the mark forty six machine gun when I was patrol really. Wow just work. Yeah just worked out that way which was really cool. You all didn't have saws and to forty that you guys had like the big mark you had all the good stuff I forgot you got the mark forty six. I thought it was Martin. Forty the mark so the mark forty six zero five five six version with a box of two hundred and forty eight is a seven six to version which were stats. What Mark Lee and Mike Monster Ryan job? I was getting ready to accidentally listed some names of guys that were still in. That's all your own. I just heard them referred to the forty Lima's the Bravo's the different things like that. I I guess I'd never thought about the Mar- component so look at me in the military and remember that's awesome. I'm sure you're a navy seal off do do my best friend Steven Little Endanger Heilmann. They always give me a hard time because I think they know. More about the seal teams like as far as specifics and stuff. I do right now. My there's a like there's gun guys out there you know and I teach shooting as well as a sniper Lee instructor for our marksmanship cells all the combat rifle and pistol. Cq Sierra Warfare. So I used to teach law. I still do actually on the side. It's funny guys kind of question me and I'm like hey man just because you know everything in a guns and Ammo magazine listed wetland. Go throw the gear on run run some tests on the ranger. Let's see how it is. And what their shoes do. I did that with one guy and you know he was. I mean Super Nice Guy but he would aggregate showed up the range. I mean he had like ridiculous amounts of gear. They always do. Don't they? Right those guys. Yeah like listen off. All the specs like tried to question any in front of the group as given like the safety breeds and talk about stuff. And he's asking questions and I fumbled with with my answer and Arbil and he was kind of like. It's a huge. This is the same person who didn't want to take the beginners course. He just wanted to take dance courses. I guess how it works man. Because you're GONNA do the Inter scores. If you score ten out of ten on my test you can do intermediate at no cost. But if you don't then you pay for the enemy of course and if you do cannot attend the first time on the intermediate test standards you can do. The events no cost if not boom bro. He's scored one OUTTA ten. I'm not joking. It was amazing. It was like Oh cool. And that's you know I think about that and it's very similar things that retell companies I K. I have this person who has huge ego. Doesn't listen to anything BLAH BLAH BLAH like. What should we do you? Humble them in a controlled him professional environment. You don't make fun of Him. You don't mock them you don't you. Don't talk trash back to them. You don't get aggressive towards them you to show them what they don't know and you show them what you know in a professional manner so if you have the ability to humble somebody in training do it and on so that's why you know anytime someone wants to kind of like you. WanNA set up to go shoot on a range. You let me know Origin and origin labs. They did that. They did a documentary on me like many one. I don't know if you've seen it. It's on you crazy like they haven't marketed at all and has almost one point. Three million views and the comments on there are hilarious. Like you should just go look at the guys just talking so much crap me. I'm still trying to get some of this weight off and get back in better shape and I was a little more junkie when we did that. Video in January and people were just trash in which is funny and So I would just talk. Mia Manam start off my career as a plus size model these come on just kind of go through with it. What was funny as the people that were like Manche? He doesn't shoot like a shooter like on. My frie just rang. Steel at one thousand yards. You know tell me I don't know what I'm doing right and Insiders funding so people are always going to talk until it actually takes time for them to take action and then they tend to fall to the wayside they do and I think you and I've been around long enough to know that the loudest booze always come from the cheapest sheets that's right that's reality whether it be martial arts or whatever it is as like wants to bump into UNC. What's going on and then and if I'm right down the loudest car seats all day brother all day. It's just like Manna the arena. But it's more practical you know look at it and and if you if you beat that guy up you're a bully and if you don't then you're not the rank you're supposed to be so like you said. I like that idea of a humbling them in the right way. Everyone will be right back and you want to stay tuned because JP is about to give an epic twenty four challenge when we return this jv crammed third CEO of conscious millionaire with an important question for established entrepreneurs was six figures or more revenue. Who feel stuck or just aren't growing your prophets fast enough. Do you want to predict your prophet? So you can almost guarantee how much money you will put into your bank account month after month. Then get a prophet breakthrough session from cogent analytics. Sign up now at conscious millionaire dot com forward slash profit. Twenty twenty again. Go now to conscious. Knowin- air dot com forward slash prophet. Twenty twenty to get your prophet breakthrough session. Everybody welcome back to the conscious minor epoch achiever show. I'm your host Marcus Release Anderson and I'm here with the incredible. Jp donell thank you so much for joining us today. We are honored to have listener. And as a reminder check out the show notes and everything about today's episode at conscious millionaire Pitchy Dot Com and also go over to Markus Release Amazon Dot Com to find more content. So Jp a love talking to you. I could talk to you forever There was something we were talking about before talking about. You're saying how that you are a leader but yet you're not Jaakko and you're not life and even when I talked to Nick Norris our mutual friend. He was echoing what you were saying. Where there's this empathy. There's this emotion involved with leadership as well could you kind of expound on some of that a little bit and show how people could put that into their leadership today and how that can affect not only their their team but you know their entire family when I say that I'm not dot com. Not Leif I don't want it to come off like that. They're not into FETIG ONO that they don't show empathy. I'll I I know I just want whoever's listening if they caught that way because I don't want somebody thinking I'm saying well I had entity they don't I just when I said that statement earlier were talking. I believe it was during the steps or before we were talking before the show. I think people just need to focus on being who they are and being the best version of themselves as leader if they want to actually had success with their team their team's going to relate to them or them being who they are and You need to know your strengths and you need to know your witnesses. You know while things that we explain and talk about during the field training exercises that we do. That's a the hands. On scenario base leadership training. That we do on front is expected people. Hey you need to be loud. It's okay to be a leader and be loud. Good leaders are loud. They have the ability to project ability to communicate. They're they're not to get their team's attention comes to mind for the victory default aggressive. That doesn't mean you're yelling. Your teammates right. It doesn't mean that you're getting in somebody's face and being aggressive is your ability to communicate and make things happen what you have to recognize it. If you're not allowed person you find a loud person on your team right and so let's say I'm a sauce spoken guy and I have a hard time just raising my voice. Getting people motivated in going because it makes me uncomfortable but I know Marcus is able to rally the troops. So I'M GONNA go to Marcus. I'm going to relate a marcus what I gede passed along to the team. I'm on I'm gonNA tell Marcus. Hey I need you to be my guy. I need you to be a person that motivates and pushes the team. I need you to help me get the team to the next level because you have influence and the teen respects you so now you which is true that you're my guy when I ask you to do something it's not about you. It's not about me the bow our team exactly and I gave you ownership of what we're doing. And why when you come up with an obstacle are you gonNA come back to me right away? Jp or you're GONNA try to find a way to make that work overcoming adopt all. You're going to come in adapted because I gave you ownership of that. So that's why you need to learn to do as a leader. You need to learn to give ownership to your team. You need to empower your team. And if you don't have empathy if you don't have the ability to actually relate and understand your team if you don't know what their strengths and weaknesses are. You'll never properly give your teammates ownership of what's needed to accomplish that mission and that requires you building relationships actually getting to know your teammates and knowing not only what your strengths. Weaknesses are but what their strengths weaknesses are. Leadership is not. This is not easy. It's a very difficult thing that we all struggle with every single day. But you have to be aware of it. You have to be conscious of your strengths. Your weaknesses and strengths weaknesses of your team and how you can align yourself and your team to accomplish your goals. That's a beautiful point. That's often over rated and understated people think that they can just say these big vague notions about what it is. They talk about culture but they're very ambiguous about it. So that's why I love the way you look at it another way you guys are doing with this show on front because it goes from like this concept like action steps and that's what you have to have something that's concrete. Put it into play as opposed to. Yeah we're GONNA do this in this. How we're going to do this. They'd like well. They tried to sidestep. And so. That's that's beautiful. It makes a lot of sense and we were talking earlier with my injury. For example that was the the wake up call that I needed that sort of get to diversity to make me go the next step and everybody that I've met that it's at a high level has never the people that I know that are the most successful of usually gone through the most hardship in their life in some way shape or form. Is there an anniversary that you've gone through that you could share with this? Your mission caffeine or or different things. Oh Yeah so there's a few When I was young would call this adversity It was a challenge like a small minor challenge for me I grew up the speech impediment and I used to stutter and slur. My words really bad inside to go through speech therapy alter elementary school and It caused me to be really self conscious of speaking so I didn't like to talk to people. I didn't like to talk in front of groups in front of the class in elementary school. Junior high and high school I didn't like doing if I didn't have to talk didn't talk. I'd just left. I really knew you will but even learned to kind of hide when I would get embarrassed because I'd have friends make fun of me or people make fun of me. 'cause I mix up my words. I actually make up words sometimes. I think it's a word. It's not really a word which is really embarrassing. It's thrilling nursing when you're doing that considering what I do now for living of say until now Jeez Oh trust me I yeah. I don't I don't actually even to this day. I don't like speaking in front of groups. The reason why I do it is because I believe in Jaakko mission I believe in our mission at echelon fraught you know. And that's why I said hours because every time I say jacqueline flakes like Hey. This is our mission. You're part of this team. We are doing this together and I understand that but I also understand where it came from and I understand very privileged to have a seat at the table. I'm very privileged to be part of the team and you know everyday active. A C can be gone. I always try to Don't always get complacent we all do. but you know so. The speaking thing is is difficult for me at times and I threw my myself. Hey get out of your mind everything that's in there. It's fake it's false it's made up. You're GONNA do Great Giacomo Life. Wouldn't have you part of this team if they didn't believe in you and more importantly than anything else you owe it to your brothers. That didn't make home. That are no longer with us. You need to share their stories. We needed to share their lessons. And you need to. You need to be. Oughta be approachable. That's I told myself you know and when Jock last may be on a podcast. I really wasn't wanting to know how big it was on the yakkers. That's fine us. Bomb telling you somebody needs to hear your story and if you could make a difference or one person's life is worth it. Dang it he's right house so yeah he did. He did didn't even see him coming a dean. I know what you're doing right now and and I did and I was very vulnerable in that as I try to be on every podcast at about two weeks after that podcast released I got a message from a service member service that I try not to. You know Because I don't know about guidance from every service I will tell you this now over the years gotten him burners. I message I got in the guy said Hey I've been having a lot of problems since it's got the military and I actually planning on killing myself this week and Louis into your episode on Jacqueline podcast and I realized I needed to stay in the fight and then I'm going to push through this a wondering if it's okay if I reach out to you once in a while and I was. I just remembered that message and I said here's my cell phone. You call me if you ever need to talk you know and since then. I've gotten probably close to twenty messages from people that were similar to that like. Hey I didn't know this. You know like hey I was going to do this or you know suicides. Been on my mind. Hey you know. Kabul in this transitions into the energy drink thing is because I talk about might testosterone levels were so damaged because of combat stress. Everything else like that. The damage to the Glam the SAC around that My Body doesn't produce Australia's like a normal male. My Age should and so I went and got my testosterone levels checked by buddy. Tony's you should go get these levels checked. I was like man. Good like guess what that was was ego right. I didn't want to have low testosterone and I'll like there's there's no issues with that you know 'cause I'm thinking like Oh low testosterone. You know you caps acted your wife or whatever and that's what I'm thinking like A. Yeah no no no desire. No no Dr Right now. My issue was like congrats. That's like one of the many science right. Okay cool so good. I'LL ONE I. I just I could not but all the other things I was super fatigued tired. I mean it was real bad and I was drinking a bow. Seven of the big rockstars or monsters a day to day and that was just barely survive. And so I went and got my testosterone levels check and the and they call. I don't answer 'cause honest sales meeting they call my life and there we need to get a hold of your husband like they're super worried right and she's so. She calls me on answering calls again. Don't answer she took To call me back so I step out caller so I called back to for a normal male. You should be about between six nine hundred that support your testosterone levels. Should be when you start doing therapy. It's below three fifty ish right Mine were eighty one in double digits. Yes mccaw so they retest it. Because they're like there's something wrong Blah Blah and then it was eighty seven so fluctuating six points back and forth. And so that's when I was. I started awesome replacement therapy well before my tests levels actually got back somewhat normal unmanageable now dive deeper into that. The nightmare that was I was in a very very dark place mentally like I was never suicidal. I think that's just because my strong religious Lisa being a Christian and how I was raised Like I never like that would never be an option for me but I can tell you right now marcus. I know why people do that. I can tell you that if I wasn't as mentally strong as I was being in the field jeans my background with my parents my religious beliefs. I probably would've taken that route because I didn't WanNa be alive like I didn't. I didn't like waking up. I didn't like going to work. I didn't like the only thing that got me about. A bed is because I had a weixin three kids to provide for only reason why I'd go to work because like how you get out of bed like this. These these are dangerous levels. Like when you're levels are that low it messes with your your your chemical makeup. It messes with your with your mind and all your levels. And that's what causes the instability of people mentally With were those levels. And so. That's what like cops and firefighters soldiers. You know people that have stressful jobs and weird sleep. Schedules have had. Tb is in concussions. They don't realize that actually exit Petunia Jerry Grind as well. We're just your testosterone in so I try to share that because every time I've shared I will always get like six messy. I'll probably get six messages from this. Podcast of guys like mad. I went and got my levels check. It was three hundred. Or here's a hundred or five hundred you know and like one of them was one of my really good friends that I met because of my wife. Who's the cop in that area where we live and his levels were super-low? He's I never thought that that could be an issue for me so he goes and gets it done. He's all stable good to go on. So's is pretty crazy. And so that was a hard time because I really had to dig deep to push through just each and every day and it was horrible when I put my wife through it but my kids through and so I got onto your T. Konaga stable. But then I didn't know and also this kind of new clinics. There's a lot of stuff people understand if you'RE ON T. Every eight weeks you need to be going and donating blood because it thickens your blood and if you're not donating blood or get tired fatigued you're going to be Moody Erna Boys and that actually affects all that right. And then estrogen blockers. They weren't really properly monitoring those some estrogen levels were off so even though my testosterone was backwards. Ub Estrogen levels. Were way out of whack so it was like all the stuff and so because everything was out eventually my body kind of got used to that show every seven days so at day four and five it would start dropping big time so I get said on like of nausea. This is horrible. Start having to take a shot every five base and then it was half dose every two or three days to try to keep it love on so it was just as crazy. Yeah it was up and down up and down. He did not how hard I was working out of. Just I couldn't like lean up like you know my diet was good and I was working out super hard. It made no difference like that would retain a bunch of water. Be Bloated. I just I felt horrible. Infected Amanda Factor. The kids. You know and so we are just now starting to kind of get a dial in and it's been a couple of years and so you know. I just don't do your research go to talk to Dr Patrick. Lennox makes you know what is good. What works for you It's a very dangerous thing is not having that. Dowell that and so that was that was a struggle to overcome to and then I would say you know combined with all that When I left that financial company and I started my own consulting company I made an emotional decision to leave. And I didn't have everything promptly lined up for my transition and I mean put my family in a really hard position financially and You know there's Times where I was are siding in people's hunting rifles to help make an extra hundred hundred twenty five dollars or whatever right and so you know people would pay me to site in their hunting rifle. And then I'd get the Dow end if I- buddies teaching shooting courses. I'd be an assistant instructor for two hundred dollars for the day up from. Ama Two hundred cashcall is do it. You know I just needed it. I was doing construction for my buddies company. Drive to Nashville. I would work. Construction Tan might sleep in his advocate and actual bedroom up there. I sleep up there so I'd wake up around three thirty on Wednesday morning. Drive three and a half hours up to him. We do construction all day sleeping attic construction our day. Thursday attic construction on Friday and then I would drive all the way back down to North Mississippi where we lived and then I would hug and kiss abandoned. The kids and then I'd go put on Paula shirt and a and a hat for my Buddy's pizza company and I'd go deliver pizzas one in the morning. Just I can make tips and make that minimum wage to make the difference and You know did that for a while and so that was an extra in transformers transformers five. So there's a lot of different ups valleys and peaks during that time and all the all the values were were my fault yolks. I didn't properly set myself up to where I could. How stability or doing anything I could. I didn't take the time to properly plan For things that I needed to do I was in survival mode and you know it was that bad time that I had the opportunity with Jacqueline life and I remember even even out the podcast in sound a t shirt a power company selling shirts in May fight show. I was selling shirts online. Anything I could do to make ends meet to cover rent to cover the truck payment for groceries whatever Amanda had a a business that she was running. And you know we're just trying to make things together It was a struggle and we definitely appreciate what we have now. We appreciate you know when we look back. Say around okay. Yeah there was times where we couldn't go get gas in one of the vehicles because we would. We would have overdrawn bank account if we would have done that. And we'd use gift cards like I mentioned earlier from you know what we received from family members to go get dinner to be able to go do something and I was working at my Buddy's pizza place and I was done delivering pizzas and say hey do you need help. Do you need a good hall? You don't need help. I was to help clean up. Or He didn't know it was like I just WanNa be extra hour or two of minimum wage at six six dollars or whatever it was just just to have right and so I stayed to help clean. Clean up and others young. It's a piece of Boise of the Young Sixteen. Seventeen eighteen year olds working there. Well these young these young kids clearly their parents teach them the difference between a drain in garbage disposal. So they're renting off the dishes instead of like scraping off to a garbage can and then renting putting the dishwasher we're putting everything in sync shoving all that booed count the drain row. And so what does it do it clogs up? Xm and it is like it didn't matter if you had gloves on because the water was so it was so disgusting it makes my mouth water. 'cause I WANNA throw up when I think about it it was just. It was when I put my arm into it to try to clear. The Drain is one of those. Big Deep Sinks. It went up Mitt. I rather roll my sleeve up over my shoulder because it was like midway to my biceps and on in there and I'm just pulling food out of this drain to try to unclog the drain member. How just that reality like how that made me feel? There's obviously nothing wrong in this. You're going to beat the place where you clean dishes or whatever that's Great. I did that when citing eight thousand nine grown on you doing it but realize that's not what you should be going through the rest of your life. That's what God has called you to do. You're called to do far greater things and I remember cleaning out this drain and I just kind of laughed. I said you know at one time. I was one of the most highly decorated e fives in seal team's because Ramadi I got a bunch of awards from that deployment only five and so other e five teams didn't have bronze stars with Valor. And you know put in for combat promotion to e six got denied because I was too young junior rank. And all this stuff and you know inside Only twenty three at that time and so all that goes down and I'm like now I'm clearing out. Clogged drains at a pizza place. And I just was mad as upset with myself because I wasn't fulfilling my potential and I remember. I get done with that night. Dr Hallmark parked in the driveway instead of going to the garage. I didn't WanNa wake men and kids. I sneak in through the front door and I'm really quiet. Come in. I remember walking through the House. There's the five of us in a two bedroom house all three kids in the same bedroom. We had a queen size mattress on the floor that the girls slept in. We have twin daughters and then our son was in his bed elevated bunk bed and it was probably about like eighteen inches from each other. We had address her in. There were all his closer there in the Girls Club in the closet so not ideal but also not horrible. Because I know there's other families that much worse we understood that we're grateful for what we had. We had a house. We you know we. We weren't doing horrible just not where we wanted to be and I remember. I peaked in there and Amanda was sleeping on the mattress with the girls on each side and she just was exhausted right. She just fallen asleep next. The Girls Ninjas exhausted because we're stressed we stressed financially. You know we were kind of arguing back and forth because in time you have financial stress birds. It affects relationships. I wasn't doing what I needed to be doing at that time. And there's a lot of stuff and I remember. I told myself no more. I'm not going to allow this to happen anymore. You know this is not where my family needs to be. Not What we need to be doing what you don't realize what a lot of people don't realize is. This was right at the very beginning when I was working with Jacqueline race. I was a part of Ashland Front and everyone just thinks. Oh must be nice. Like things are great. And they don't understand like people weren't booking j. p. l. when I came on board. They're trying to book Jaakko Leif Right. And it's based on availibility budgets and everything and nobody knew who I was. And so it's not like a crazy high demand and the other thing is we echelon from all of us. We don't get paid to talk show on front gets paid so I'd go do a gig in December and that client didn't pay until March. Guess what I don't get paid until March. And so that's why we're doing all this stuff while working jock on life. And it was very humbling to go speak with a multimillion dollar company. You know and then fly home and that same night go deliver pizzas. So I'll make key key west Florida in a suit and tie talking to a multimillion dollar. It company and then fly back. It's our anniversary and in that night. I'm delivering pizzas. Wow because I did. I needed the tip money and so I decided that night had to change what I was doing and from that point on I I just remember like I wake up. I would start the day by reading a ten to fifteen pages in Brooke. I wasn't listening to the radio anymore. It was only podcast and just kind of help development mindset and just help myself just learn more at business in life and leadership and in what's available out there and then I got really doubted and I made everything I was doing. The primary focus of what could support me as an instructor as a member of Echelon Front and I made it not about myself. I just made it to where I wanna be able to serve others. I wanted to be able to provide value to clients and companies and just try to be a better person. And that's when things really kind of starting to shift. And then I I spoke at the first muster up sorry spoke at the second muster which was muster's That's the first mustard. I spoke at and from that point forward like I started getting traction and people started requesting the I remember when Jane called me our director of operations for a we got somebody heard you speak at the muster. They don't want Jaakko they don't want late they want you. I'm like Oh Wow. She's like yeah and and this is their speaking budget. Oh taking off just like it's just crazy how it progressed a huge shift and change bossing. Yeah thank you so do. That's huge now. So those those adversities. I guess you'd call them all kinds of time together which is unique But you know Y- if you think you're GONNA go through life without diversity or some sort of a set-back You're lying to yourself. You're you're you're you're living in this false world where you don't want to actually see what the world you don't want to see the world for what it is and the reality is life is GonNa throw your curve ball. It's going to knock you down but when you have to do is get back up to give back in the fight and you have to take action you have to you know. Move forward with your head up in your chest out. And you can't accept defeat you cannot let that set-back defined what your future is going to be who you are what you're able to do you dictate situation the situation doesn't dictate you and you're able to dictate the situation because of your actions because if you're planning because of highly prepare yourself and when you actually decide that you're going to take that serious and you're going to invest in yourself invest into others than you actually make a your your mindset in your life actually will start to shift and change and when I was able to do that is starting to get the change. I'm not where I want to be. I'm not where I need to be but I also know that it's there. It's a journey and it's something that I have to stay consistent with and continue to row so if you're listening to this and you've had a setback or you're frustrated. Keep keep getting back after it and you know your mission isn't Don until you achieve victory. Victories not always immediate thing. Sometimes it's there for long drawn battle but it's worth it so as Jeremiah. Thank you so much brother. I want to be respectful of your time. you've shared gold. You shared life changing stuff that will change people fundamentally you know their entire paradigm the information. You shared about veterans. These are things that people. Don't talk about that. People need to know about and I cannot thank you enough for being here and sharing your experience. You'll get to diversity with us. My friend I appreciate it. Thank you very much. Thank man's against them now man it was. It was my honour. Hi this is Marcus with an important question for established CEOS leaders and entrepreneurs are you facing adversity feeling stuck or unsure of what steps to take next. I'd like to help you turn your adversity into an epic when email me to set up a call by putting epic win in the subject line? My private email address is marcus. And Marcus Aurelius Anderson Dot com again. 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"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays the bills buys own things and she doesn't let. Amanda Factor Stability Our self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond purpose and in control of your life again. At for women love the Abbot podcast. We will open the talking about deadlines online, getting recognition as leader and female entrepreneur, and also the athlete, being fabulous, having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own. End Loved The F., word Welcome to the show. And we have with us. Special guest this is Valerie Towel. She's a mother of five and the founder of Civil Gun Jersey. She's timber. I'll guide infantry specialist. She's mother of one, two, three, four five. Five and super awesome business lady has on Channel Okay. Call the channel. Valerie Valerie channel every Saturday at between tension between ten eleven at tenny averagely. All the way from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia I was sold. It will INC member we are doing this cross border that work things because. Now offically in Singapore laser when Hong Kong and we also in Indonesia, so we encourage the women to travel across countries to network and get to know each other so much better. So about what have you share your excuse today? I think for the class that talk about you know you actually want to look for business an be and how that move forward? Yeah, okay, so today I actually came to. For a job and I just came across the border to Geneva. and to see social when headquarters here and I just wanted to come and visit, but I never expect to get so much today I made the coffee member Sherry and paying and. Right and had this wonderful class with. She said he Mitch Consulta. To know more about what color suits me. What lipstick I should use and how to look younger and more fabulous. 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As women entrepreneurs as mountainous nope. Nice. Right then an early. Discussion. Because one of our core team members, soulful men is go is launching a book. Yes, leader is also launching one of courage, and I urge her to come to cal- to had a session with us. Do to promote her as well in Chiasso, not just women and about women in care about women in Malaysia. As you know, there are so many women should yeah. We also need to have carried right so Leeann is definitely going to be a great example. So, what are we doing as? We are helping her through law tra- book also in Quantum or Malaysia Mon just insane Corbalis in Malaysia. Is going to happen if she's just gonNA. Stay in Singapore so a lot of the network. It's through salt rich felman so kind of like hide. Connect the connector at. Each one of us has their own business has their own specialties, so we bridging? All about win win situation so recruitment right, yeah! And and Putting, The beaches and our video online. We actually had an clarisse also to have classes our workshops in. So I'm actually connected there and bridging net, and maybe we can set up. Shop. Careful analysis and body analysis by. Why is before you came to Singapore? What were you expecting to get out of the after you as you go through today? I was not expecting much today. I was expecting just to meet you. Coffee just anti in mid. Meeting. As well, but. Like I said this. I join US ownership. I. Never expect that I will get so much more in Britain. You know I I was just. Out and I help, and I tried to get to idol once life, but I never expected that you these few months of journey I have gates Oh matched from a dinosaur to someone who knows how to handle the phone and handled the everything camera, and my all this assistive and I've learning everyday to. The. Up The system is, GONNA, LEARN NEXT! You know there's so many things like I is. Empowering my life at the moment, so how did today? 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53: The Astro Awani Donna Interview: You Can Have It All - With Purpose, Passion And Faith
"Strong and independent woman is something to behold she pays the bills buys own things, and she doesn't let Amanda Factor Stability Our self confidence. She is a sold rich woman. Are you ready to be rich doing what you love beyond hubbub and in control of your life again. At for women love the Atwood podcast. We will open the talking about deadlines online, getting recognition as leader and female entrepreneurs, and also the athlete, being fabulous, having freedom and financial independence. It's time to own. End Loved The F. Word. Welcome to the show. Hallo gorgeous and welcome to today's episode. You know every time when someone spots a successful lady. They will think Jealous Zee, or do you think oh? She's born with silver spoons. Oh, it's easy for her. Look when we first started. You know we will all. Masters of disasters precisely before we were all masters, we will all masters disasters so I just went to share. An interview I've done on Astro. Are One in Malaysia and it's part of a program called donor on episode to. This lady, this host she interviewed me. Her name is Dana Zainudin. And it was so beautiful. I've felt that it would be great for me to share my message once again so there you know that before a master becomes successful. She too, was once a master of disaster. Your past does not equal to your future. Listen on and to me. Know what you think. When name is Geneva Laura I'm from Singapore basically I have. Done in my life. I am the founder of so rich women and I run multiple businesses. I have gotten. Many things that I'm very proud of and I also my vision is to really help more women to. Be Better Life. Was Fourteen. My Dad. Knows He. Wasn't financially he he law somebody's stop sheriffs. I mentioned very so he needed to. Not. The. Alarming again, she said. Why don't you go picking that? No one only to become a little bit. I WanNa, do you, can you? In and Bush spokesman and everything right so I didn't talk to her for two weeks. I, remember very clearly plus. Thing in my life and a teenager. You have to work. Known. You have support school after ten years of a bit of luck to metlife. Will Work and. The money, Levin Point thought that terrible. I was bitter. Because that walkout I mean when I the. It. Then I new start to teach right. Yeah, so that will whole life lost five am the morning go to school and for that in the EP. Ouster ETA extracurricular activities I win. With teach so imagine this rich Paul at about eleven. PM. Seven to eight someone's plastic, someone to eight, eight, nine or seventy eight. And then nine to ten. So that was it and often reach home, and that's eleven and I haven't finished. Mentally challenging and everybody was getting back changing. and. Doing stuff boiling shopping, we'll be slow. Of I believe. The women might the ladies the growth in? That it was a wet food at a time. Girls he the Bra. The. Bra. Bag. The. Sixty so went through. Because of partnership. I, think I just wanted to I. Do want to give the person food. Let's talk about the. Show. Through that because. He wasn't running we. Can't. Mahatma's. because. I would not I would not be able to trust anybody again. And do anything again. And the person that could speak to meet. Needs to somebody within worse than me. Because if you're telling me, not been through life like why you to tell me you, you know. So that, that pot I was depressed. was. Not Clinically, but you know you're basically. Crying every day and you know I. Want to jump out my window. My. My Momma called me. Butler. Also and the Lucent Year. So kind of like. For many years, he was talking about the. Mouth and then you know. It's not easy because psychologist. You're thinking Oh my God you know. Medical. Hope of all other expenses. Nightmare. Thanks to this person. was. Because he took, my class wasn't niche consultant right? He's to me. I I didn't want to listen to I mean. Just. Even friends. Are you tell me how to live my lucky in that. Only then did he reveal that he will bring her. Bankruptcy for eleven years. He was bankrupt when he wants to let between one. And then he turned around. And then He. Became a millionaire and to me, so story could be recommended. To me right I think I. Give you permission sticking to my life because. You have been through. Show with me and coach me so I invested time to learn about online business, e commerce, and learn about marketing spent time studying about social media, and that was when I slept reading temple money and there was when I was when. A new lease of life and was when I say hey I can do this. I did it. Before I joined the pageant. I mean. During school split I was being mocked at because financially, we will not sell our. My Grandma's sound mean financially and I had to. Say where. People Laugh at meet people more than me I wasn't able to. My stuff. Basically, what the really I was not rich. People. Say Nasty things about media gossip about me. The best stepped me whatever he can. And then left a scar and then. My Life. Yes I did. It will. Not for them. Not to. Win Them. It was more like a challenge for myself. Because during that time I learned how to upon Meka while on the goal he magin hatching up in the bus, slipping in the bath, and then trying to change my views. Glenn when we get off the car. You know that kind of thing we. Learned. So many skills imagine the and winning. It is like a gift from God. Really an joining the pageant off the winning missing. One Up. And then, participating in missing points, national and winning it. Opened doors to me to travel the world. To rents. Go friends around the globe. And finding friendships that Noah. Impossible. It was. Some of the girls at most. They were not all pretty rich there were. Brandon Bowl and you're still. In what was green and Realize Hey. Fremont, but you know we can be who we are. We can be authentic we can be. living all life. A Journey for me to tell myself that he you know what. I have. Felt. Fear. You know when I was on the. Wall confidence and more beautiful. I took the responsibility. One of the things I learned as I told the responsibility to love them, and to accept them for who they are. And not to give up on them or give up on myself, because I could have just walk away and see by I. Don't love you anymore and. The the life I troops. By myself, no I say. Geneva. You must be responsible nor more liberally. No more shame and normal self-justification of your life should be in this manner rather. you a woman of humility. Are you a woman of acceptance of love? You know off overflowing. Because only through this then we will. In. The life of Family King Mandy by teaching when. The alliance with. My Life Sucks. I cannot because I can live with myself. Waking up in the morning, not knowing that I am in line and in sync with my purpose with my vision with my passion. It's like I needed to. Align myself, so I in the yes I'd take on the responsibility of clearing clearing. Forgiving loving myself. A south work. To woke up myself, will my self-doubt. Janas with my dad was only recent was only when three years ago in fact, my mom was only at my father was later that I finally embraced team for Easter told me things. Like the blame. Who Lost money lost. Time So. All I was doing. Team that. I've grown up. I've really grown up is no longer the same situation anymore and my. Group. Myself Life I leaving life because my family. So much. and. I really loved them. I have on my. Every day in and a message damn. Because I realized that. Throughout my life. He though. I have. Through thick and thin I realised that everybody have left and gone coming on, but they were the ones who was still look me unconditionally and two week low, having this realization and wisdom. I realize that getting sold valuable, but now I understand now. I understand that. I will not be where I am today, if not for the things, inexperienced and setbacks to have gone through, it's never about the mistakes to make. Distinctions I learned and I love. My experience experiences maybe from parents I wish I. Quipped loved them earlier. When I first met you shot I. Honestly didn't know what to expect. Because when I read about her, she was like this beauty queen, and she has it businesses under her. and. She was like this. She's like one goose, lucky ladies, you know she probably it all, but when I actually spent time with her, talking to her. I realized that. She is really amazing women. I mean she has to work when she was fourteen. Shit to support her family. At the same time she went to school. was asking so. What was I doing when I was fourteen? You know so it was. Really, a wow moment from. Another thing was. And she talked about her family. I. Think that was very emotional, even during the interview. I think all of us could feel the. Know whatever happens in our life. Family! I think that's what. That's what that's one of our biggest message. Thank you so much for joining me today I'm or Ornette daily connected and I hope that I can continue to serve you as he build your dreams, and if you love this episode, and I hope that you did rated five stars give us glowing review because we were helped more women around the world finding these rich podcast alone strong together. We are unstoppable. Now shared this with every woman who needs it because this is how we are changing the world, one woman at a time. As always get out of your comfort zone and go to what's the dreams? If always wanted to achieve for women who love the F. 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407: Helping Someone Whos Being Taken Advantage Of and More Questions
"It's the first Monday of the month, and we're responding to questions from you. This is coaching for leaders episode four hundred seven produced by innovate learning maximizing human potential. Greetings from Orange County, California. This is coaching for leaders. And I'm your host, Dave stove. Eac leaders are born they're made. And this weekly show helps you discover leadership wisdom through insightful conversations. Once a month, we open up the show to respond to questions that have come in from you our listeners over the last month or so if you have a question you'd like us to consider for future QNA episode and go over to coaching for leaders dot com slash feedback. I'm here with Bonnie Sehovac as I am most bonds. Hello, Bonnie, your not only with me most months your with day. We'll really almost every day subway, traveling on the road speaking, which happen, more and more these days. So well, we got a lot of questions as we always do. I'm so excited to always dive in these questions, and we've got lots of thoughts on this. So let's just jump in with our first question from Brad here. Brad wrote in and said, I have a team member. That's just getting ran over and used by her boss as in not being compensated at all for what she's doing. She has a difficult time saying no and asking for the things she needs to be able to keep the main thing the main thing and prioritize what podcast in your current arsenal would be helpful for her to listen to Brad, whatever Bonnie says next is what you should listen to Bonnie with thoughts to have on this. I have mentioned this book. I'm gonna mention a book instead of a podcast, but I've mentioned this book many times, and I keep coming back to it and think it would be a wonderful read for this person. And it's called the empowered manager by Peter block. And I can't even I'm not exaggerating to say that it completely transformed my career, and what it invites us to do is to stop thinking about our role in workplaces as one of dependence and instead to thing. Of those relationships as inter dependent. I will also admit, and this is kind of a hard story for me to share in a concise way. But I was once laid off after eleven years at the same company, and I can remember going for a walk with my parents. And my dad who had also experienced some time being out of work after he lost his company which had been in our family for four generations. And I can remember, I'm I'm teary eyed, and we're we're walking about and he says Bonnie, there's one thing I can tell you. This is never going to happen to you. Again. I'm not saying that you aren't going to ever be laid off. Again, what I'm saying? Is this right now that you're experiencing is never going to happen to you again. And my dad could not have been more, right? And what this both in terms of the book and also in terms of that very traumatic experience. I'll be candid about that has really transformed nine old. Longer think of it and the phrases that you used us not being compensated for all she's doing getting ran over used by her manager. Those are the kinds of phrases that sound off the alarm bells for me that this is a dependent relationship, and I'll tell you I really enjoy the both the freemen feeling that it has that I make significant contributions to my work, and I am compensated for my work. But it is not a one way street. It's an interdependent relationship, and I really like that in terms of negotiations. It can be really difficult. This often comes up and gender, although any of us can have difficulty negotiating. But one thing that comes up in the research around women and negotiating as that it helps to think about negotiating on behalf of someone else. I find that really helpful for me to think about when I'm negotiating that. I'm doing it on behalf of my family. We have kids who have their expenses and David and I have our expenses. We are a family where a team, and I don't just think about it as myself. Being compensated. I think about it as an ago sheeting for our family one of the things that that might look like in terms of speaking fees charged. You know, those those are hard for me to do by the way. Now, Dave does them. So no longer apt to do that kind of negotiation. But that's the kind of thing of like, well, the time that will all be away from the family the things that are harder to to contemplate it's helpful to think about that. In terms of our team as a family, and that's who I am negotiating Dave as negotiating on behalf of one of the things that individuals who are in situations. Like you described here is that it becomes like this. No theme. No. I can't do that. No. I can't do that or the. Yes. But theme. Yes, it can do this. But I would encourage anyone who's struggling this to get used to the phrase. Yes. And yes, I definitely could take a look at that. And in in order to help with that. I would need some help looking at the other priorities and to always have a list of projects and the desired. Outcomes that are associated with those projects on hand. I will say that the person I report to currently I never have these issues with if I did though I mean, literally never by the if I ever did though I have my list of projects right there with the desired outcomes such that if he was trying to get me to pull me another direction and trying to sort of do not not compensate me for my work. And you know, pull me off of the things I would have that at the ready. So we can have a real discussion about whatever it is. He's asking me to look at how that fits in with these projects and their desired outcomes the desired outcomes, you you keep hearing me say that because it's so essential. Instead of just being doers in our roles were able to do things that produce certain results, and that increases our value in organizations, and that helps us be better compensated for our work. So one other resource I would recommend. Sadly, it's another book, but we could handle that is a book by Greg McEwen about essential ISM. And his whole thing is that we need to just reduce the things that we're focused on we need to get better at saying. No. And then we need to really just focus focus focus in and get the multiplier effect that it comes from doing that. I will say I really enjoyed the book. It's a pretty fast read, I found it helpful. I will also say that in just in my style, and my taste. I find that. He oversimplifies some things I'm gonna like, yeah, we can all do this. So I mean, it depends. I think it's healthy for some people to read. But I also think it's healthy to recognize. He's an different context that some of us find ourselves in. And we don't always have quite that much autonomy to say no with the radical degree that he prescribes it. But that would be another thing at suggest. It's a really hard situation to be in. And I wish this person that best of luck on. Pursuing this Brad? I know it's also really hard when you care about someone else. And you see them in the situation, and you want so much for them not to be taken advantage of. And it's hard to know how to support them. And I hear that in your question too. And my invitation to you would be to take that step on just suggested that yes. And and to help her to take an initial step not that she's likely going to change the entire dynamic right away. But what's one initial step? Were you could perhaps help her if she's open to some input from you and some coaching to do a yes, and yes, I'm willing to do this. And here's what I would ask. Or here's the timeline that I'd like to see happen as far as making potentially a compensation change if you can help her to begin to take that first step in a something small that will help her to develop some of that confidence too. Then. Take that step in the next situation and the next one and the next one after that and potentially change that dynamic long-term, so good luck. Let us know what she used. And how coz this next question is from Mark Mark rights. I recently made the leap into managing a ten issue size team of financial analysts. This wouldn't be a big deal except I've previously worked as an employee on what people call an eight team of super passionate productive and skilled co workers. This team is not that team. Do you have any tips on how to start turning a team that just sees themselves as producers into something special? How do you get over the complexity when the team's job really is to just produce the same thing over and over accurately, Mark thanks so much for this question. I'm thinking about what you've asked here in the context of something David Marquette said a couple of weeks ago on a previous episode. A he talked about trying to change. The culture of the crew on the submarine. He was commanding to really be a high performing team over time. And he mentioned two things that both go together that I think we're really really critical points on leading through change one of the things he said is that people need to be technically, proficient. They need to know what they're doing. They need to be highly trained and skilled, and you need to do all the things that we do in organizations in order to help people to have that level of skill. He also made the point that without the larger why that that's not enough. And by the way, the same thing too. Is you can't just have the larger wire, you're doing something? And not have the technical skill to go along with it the two in combination that can be really really powerful. What I hear in. Your question is that you have a team of people that are competent at what they're doing. But there's not the passion. There's not the drive. There's not the desire. To really go above and beyond. And especially because it sounds like the works fairly repetitive. My invitation. You would be is what's the why like Simon Sinek ask the start with why? And what's the bigger purpose for what you're doing? And why you're doing it? What is it that your team helps customers do better more effectively? Whether those customers are internal or external what's the bigger nobler motive behind what you're doing one of the things that I thought of when looking at your question was just how this worked for me. And sometimes didn't work in my work at deal. Carnegie over the years up a lot of my work was very repetitive in nature in that we would often be doing similar programs for similar clients. Sometimes the same clients many times over the years with different participants. But it would be very repetitive. In one of the things that I love that. At least one of my managers did at the time. That was just brilliant is even though the programs were repelled. Is we would get together for staff meetings and the first third of a staff meeting was going around and telling stories about client successes that happened in our programs in our classrooms one on one in our coaching. And we share those stories and the reason for doing that was not to find testimonials and not to make more connections. Although sometimes that did happen. But really the driving reason was to keep front and center. The why behind what we were doing and for me that was huge that was huge being able to see those connections. And you you have the ability and protects perhaps even the call as the leader of the team to call people to do that to spend time listening to what the why should be and to engage in that way and to set that bar pretty high. It's not likely people will go beyond the bar you set. But if you set the. Far high you give people the invitation to do more of that. And I think that's just as important as the strategy as the reporting is the metrics, perhaps even more. So if you can attend affi- what that why is and start to bring that into your regular interactions with the team, you encourage people to reach that nobler motive for why you're doing the work that you're doing another resource that it'd be really helpful to you on this as episode three forty nine John panero was on the show. He's one of our listeners out in Florida. He talked about taking over a new team and all the logistics that went along with that. But he also talked about the why what's the why behind what we're doing and he'd walk through how he went through that process of a framing that for his team and had dinner with him a couple of months ago when I was in Florida and the success he's had over the last year or two of building the team and. And making a long long-term investment around the big wise and the percentage growth they've had. It's just incredible. So he continues to just impressment so many ways so episode three forty nine wonderful resource for that a Mark if if you start there, I think that will give you a starting point for creating that y for this team as well. Our next question is from a she's as she wrote in and said, as you know when interviewing for new position, the interviewers are also putting their best foot forward. What are some of the traits? A candidate can look forward to make sure that they are making the right choice, not only from an organization perspective. But also from the team and their immediate management perspective as well. Bonnie. Thanks for the question. This is really an important one. And it's one I find so many people at least not overtly looking like they're trying to do at all when I'm on the other side of the fence. And I wonder, you know, don't you kinda wanna know what you're getting yourself into? But so many times. People miss this step the challenge here is it it happens around when you think about. Organizational culture, there's so much of organizational culture that we can't see and there's also this difference between what are the espoused values. And then how those values actually play out within an organization. So these are really important things to be watching for I try to look for every clue that I can I watch for what is being said. But also, what is not being said, I watched for how people are treated, what are the interactions like between some of the people who are lower on the organizational chart, and some of the more senior leaders, and I watched for that interplay that can be really a good perspective on whether or not all people are valued in the organization, or is it more of a big power distance, which I myself, don't find a comfortable place to work. I like when there's a smaller power distance between people, and I just know that's important to me with my values when I have a chance to talk to people whether you're in a group interview or one on one there's almost always an opportunity we have to ask questions. So we'd want to be saying, you know, what do you like about working here? What do you not like, and they're not going to always be completely candid? But the way in which those questions are answered can give you clues to how things are working. I'm trying to remember this is way way back when more than fifteen years ago. But there was an organization that I was involved in when I think about the fact no it was even more closer to twenty years ago. But the hiring process there were clues that I missed along the way of a lot of really weird dynamics between peers, and there was a lot of scarcity mindset between peers that I wasn't really able to pick up on because I was only really watching for the interaction. I had with the person I would report to but in so many of our roles we're really the success. We're able to contribute to an organization often has a lot to do with our peers. And so having those kinds of interactions with people that you'd be part of a team on and my experience. Oh, those are golden. And if you don't get those you may even want to ask for the opportunity to speak with someone who would wind up being your peer, and you can think of like, it's better for them. Because then they have more of an opportunity to gauge how well you would fit in the organization, but also for yourself. That's a really really good thing that I think back about the times when I skipped that or wasn't just a part of the process, and I didn't ask for it. And not that I I don't regret. I don't regret any of the places I've ever worked in my life. But I just think I would have been better informed for what I would face at that particular organization. So those are a couple of thoughts. I have David. I don't know if you've wanted to give some suggestions as well. I was thinking about last week's episode with Becky to Sousa and talking about how to utilize an executive recruiter. An she part of what I think is behind. This question is how do you get more knowledge about what's going on on only with an individual work in ization? But also out there in your industry. I love the invitation Becky may to us of taking the call from a recruiter, maybe even reach. Ching out and starting relationship, even if you aren't in a situation where you're looking for that next roller next position, the great recruiters out there like Becky are wanting to build long term relationships with people, and if you're willing to carefully take the call keep a relationship going you start to learn more about what's happening in the industry, you start to learn more about what organizations are hiring and what they're looking for. And what compensation looks like. And that in addition to your professional activities of getting involved in membership organizations. Associations, taking the time to notice what the movers and shakers in your industry. What kind of meetings, they're going to conferences? They're going to what they're reading who they're interacting with as you build a few of those relationships. I don't think you have to build a lot a few of them can go a long way because then you start asking people that are outside of your own regular sphere of influence. What are the organizations that are exciting to work for what are the organizations that are doing really creative things. Where the opportunities out there, and the more, you know, that the more data points, you have I think the more confidence you have going into a interview and like Bonnie set showing up with questions noticing dynamics noticing not just what the manager Saint. But what are the peers that you'd be working with saying or not saying when they respond to those questions, the more knowledge, you have there's so many resources in ways to do that out there these days if you will do one or two of those as a starting point in the coming months, you'll start to build that perspective that will help you to then you're never by the way, none of us are ever going to eliminate the working for a bad manager. And I think almost all of us have had that situation happen. That's the other piece of this is you could do this all perfectly and you show up and you're in the new position working for the perfect manager and the best team in the world and a week later that manager moves on somewhere else, and you have an entirely new manager, and it's an entirely different story. And just to know that that is just that is the name. After of work and careers, right? But the more, you know, about what's going on in the broader industry, and what's happening out there as far as compensation opportunities. I think the more you insulate yourself from getting into a situation that you didn't expect. Our final question is from Craig and Craig rights, I come from a manufacturing environment, and there are strict requirements to follow in the manufacturing instructions. How do I start to make myself more visible without appearing to be a Brown noser and receiving criticism from other coworkers Craig the word that came up for me when I read your question is mediocrity not because of you, but just thinking about your other co workers on so many people in the broader while the broader workforce, and and industry and in life are very happy with mediocrity and are perfectly good with that. You're not because you're listening to the show, and you're asking this question, a quote from a poem that I love from ee Cummings. Those like this to be nobody but yourself in a world, which is doing its best night and day to make you just like everybody else means to fight the greatest battle to fight and never stop fighting. You've made a choice already because you're listening to show because you're asking this question not to be mediocre to do something. That is not only good for your career. But that's going to be helpful to your organization. And so yeah, there's going to be the naysayers out there. Always there's always going to be the people that are going to say, hey, you're just doing this for whatever reason and my response to that is so what? So there's people who call you Brown noser or whatever. But don't let those people in that mediocrity define you and your desire to better yourself to better your organization, and might my hope for you as you'd solve a problem. So in a place where there are strict instructions and processes and procedures. There are also opportunities to make those processes and procedures better. And almost in every work in his Asian. There's a place there's a whole list of things that people would like to see happen better that. Will help the organization be more efficient more effective. Look for those opportunities. There's probably three or four, you know of right now and start the movement forward of making something better. If you can get engagement from others to do that from your management team, great most management teams are thrilled. When people come to them with on how they can make something more efficient, especially in a manufacturing environment. That's easy to track and most Amanda factor environments. But even if there's not that engagement you start finding a way to make something better and within the structure and processes, you have how can you to do something that produces results in solves the problem? And then when you do share that share what you've done share, what has worked share were. You have not been able to make traction. If you demonstrate that you are the kind of person who is willing to have the courage to make something better and to influence and help the organization, then you'll do wonderful things. And yeah, there will be the people who will be the naysayers. But you are the person who will set the tone for. How to make things better? Several related episodes to the questions we responded to today. One of them is episode three twenty eight how to deal with opponents and adversaries with Peter block, Bonnie mentioned his work earlier and his book the empowered manager so many lessons in that book. And one of the key lessons is how to handle organizational politics, more, effectively, you find yourself dealing with a lot of opponents and adversaries in your organization right now. Yes, there is a lot. You can do as a leader as an individual, and and influencing others to navigate tough politics episode three twenty eight is a great framework for that check. That out also helpful to you will be the episode. I mentioned earlier three forty nine the path distort leading your team. If you like Mark have stepped into either form a new team or maybe you're stepping in with an existing team as Mark situation episode three forty nine as a great starting point for you. John panero talks about not only his. Own journey with that. But also a number of the books and experts we've had on the show over the years that he leveraged in his thinking strategy about how to put together his team. So check that out if that's of use to you also the last couple of weeks of episodes will relate to some of the things that we discussed here today. Episode four zero five develop leaders before you leave with David marquee. We talked about some of the lessons in today's episode as well, David the former commander of the US Santa Fe and talks about his journey of taking over a US navy ship that was not performing well and turn into one of the best performing ships in the navy ups at four zero five is a great starting point for that conversation. And then Finally I'd recommend episode four oh six last week's conversation how to work with an executive recruiter with Becky desouza. Lot of good calls to action for all of us. Whether we're seeking a new position or not one of the points. We made in that conversation last. Week. If you didn't catch it is that there's a lot of reasons you want to engage with an executive recruiter in. It's not just because you're looking for new position. Those of us who want to continue to broader networks and also potentially to be helpful to many others in our professional network. Saw. It's a great thing to be thinking of spend a little bit of time with all of those episodes. You can find on the coaching for leaders dot com website and inside the free membership portal, this episodes, can it be under the topics of organizational politics team leadership career growth, and of course, Bonnie's name is there as well. For all the episodes that I've done with her over the years, you can get access to all of that. And search the entire library of episodes since two thousand eleven just by activating, your free membership go over to coaching for leaders dot com, and you can activate your free membership. Right. There will give you a full access to the entire back. Catalogue all of my book notes, the member cast my personal library with everything. I've ever sent in the Wednesday weekly leadership guides all those podcast episodes from other folks articles books all of them are data-based inside the free membership portal. You can search by topic. It's a great resource if you're looking for an article for your team or credibility piece for a client or customer. It's a great starting point for that. So checkout Dave's library in the free membership or they'll just set it up at coaching for leaders dot com. So much more there to next week. I'm glad to welcome Oscar Trimboli to the show. He is going to teach us how to get better. At deep listening is also the title of his book, join us next week for a conversation. About listening have a fabulous week and see next Monday.
FuseBox Radio #576: Words with Wise Intelligent, Music Mixes and More [FuseBox Radio Flashback Episode]
"Part martha us box radio broadcast with john the worldwide real radio sir all right. Everybody wants to to what's going on you now in tune to another session at the syndicate worldwide fusebox radio broadcast with d._j. Fusion and john judah since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight whether it's on your f._m. Dow net radio station podcast a website were up in here to bring you a slice what we call twenty-first-century black radio to the masses a mix exit diverse music as well as news commentary and all of that from d._m. I want to say black american perspective but <hes> in particular perspective and of course as you know with the gruesome thing that people jamming in joy. I'm regardless of how you feel about our talking about things so that's what's got myself d._j. Fusion on the mix of commentary on onsides john. Do you know what's going on there little man with a wonderful beautiful lovely. Only we use radio a distant beatty's o._b. Ruled yeah right about that took enough and i'm good i'm just glad to be here another week to bring good vibes and everything with diffused box radio sound and of course appreciative of our broadcast affiliates that bring being the fuse box out to lots and lots of people as well as our listeners who by whatever means whether it's the downloading the show check it out through our wonderful the partners <hes> make this thing grow and expand and happen so thanks to everybody for putting on our weekly three hours of good times fun sometimes thoughtful time so forth and so on you can check this out on the world wide web at any time either at our official blog site black radio is back dot com which also has the latest listing of all of our broadcasts affiliate partners. You can also go to our official site at fuse box radio online dot com. That's if you will see b o x are online dot com straight up as one word and for any of the social networks whether it's facebook twitter youtube you too bye meal even just go to any of those networks does due to slash fusebox radio again if you're c. b. o. x. our a._p._i. You and you'll be able to touch base with us and <hes> through black radio back back. <hes> we do have the sound cloud link so if you want to submit music fusebox folks radio broadcast you can click on that link and from there gives you all the information about what we need essentially clean music tracks so forth and so on and and you can go from there and submit sods have all of our music artists no dad we go through those tracks constantly. We get a lot of tracks actually whether it's through that are <hes> m._p._3. Impeach three email appreciate all that and you know you got the heat one day. You can be on fusebox radio. That's what's up india mainstream. It don't mat along the top. That's what cows to us and the people whose ears tuned in right now and all that good stuff and let me see see here yeah. We got a lot going on on on this particular show last week. We had a great interview with new york's own kool g rep and this week where i'm staying in bed in y. C. t. new jurors tristate area. We got and new jersey's own wise intelligent the all known for poor righteous teachers and the solo work. He's done <hes> we interviewed him. A few years years back when <hes> he was making a comeback with the bless beat the poor album which you know we gotta do a little bit of <hes> so cuomo here. There are some interview segments are from the fusebox radio lease and all that stuff say de so we were glad to be a small part of that particular project and he has a new project. That's <hes> it does dropped. Actually <hes> the unconquerable jesus jones and we go into a whole lot of stuff you go into the album is background and in trenton things going on media education other stuff in general <hes> pretty free ranging compensation and you know since the power pack and it real heavy this black history month <hes> twenty eleven. You know it's definitely a good interview. We got some old school tracks and moose tracks from him in the mix and of course jon dudas own mix of eclectic. Take wonderfulness that we can't give away but it's always good. It's always lovely beauty of course if you <hes> buta school guba ball run it up really d._v. Ain't no doubt no doubt and we have a new the free press segments as to why tele interview and music chocolate a little long <hes> we don't have the black agenda report and direct effect segment this week but next week we will have all of those things going but i'm the free press segment is definitely <hes> poor. We're gonna touch base a little bit on bad subject matter what they're going to be going in depth on with that so yeah fusebox radio megan happen. South done is always to our website. Affiliates are folks over planet. Ill planning dell dot com and oh hell hell naw blog at oh hell naw blog dot com where people were in the thing to planet earth indecent exposure weekly articles giving biggest independent the music artists of all jonathan from all over the world and oh hell naw blog <hes> mixed tape mondays in new music tuesdays to start up new music two days this this past week along with defillo allegiance staff since i'm sure some people know first-quarter music wise at little slow so you gotta gotta wait for wrong. I think that a worthy to review and stuff any segment so just tim around it a few albums on their shots to my phone music staff <hes> hex and bath. You know what i'm saying and the i got a review with the low quality means that rainbows personally things one of the best albums home speed on solo people know. He's been in a whole lot of nukes in duos and stuff but i think this is. I think he kind of getting his strive does also i think one of i rate up independent our give an answer. Nobody saying that was at a restaurant. You want to check the detailed joint go to law blog. Dan see what's cracking and see what is up and stuff so yup yup yup. Let me see here on on the commentary and got a little bit of time and a few stories <hes> i just wanted to bring up and go back and forth with with john wall on the <hes> sports and i gotta say <hes> big up to the green bay packers. They did their thing. It was a really good <hes> <hes> very good sports battle and sometimes that's kind of rare when you get to the championship kind of boring awesome is this blown out so immediately discounted flipping back and four other team catch up on the pittsburgh steelers and the green bay packers for all of my n._f._l. Football football fans <hes> they went in did a really good job but the inundate packers won the yellow cats and all all that good stuff so pickups to them <hes> the super bowl halftime personally a big fan of it but that's just me he does not mean. I hate the black eye peas. Everybody can do them as people know me to bartend expression and getting bad bill but quite frankly lead. That was another good show. As far as i'm concerned stagey was though the extras were though in granted part of it wasn't their fault at the sound is really faulty and then also you know it took bam. You're off the show for them to give him in strive and me that just look. I did and it was funny. 'cause i'm on twitter. You know i'm just going back and forth some people on the game and the commercials and stuff like that people like man why you hate it on will i am and all my my hands on nobody. I've seen the show people don't on t._v. Before is just not that good secondly heaven opinion hayden. Is it like the most stupid thing has come from this new hip hop generation where we disagree with anybody. It's hatred no. I'm just not feeling. I'm not suppose like everything you know what i'm saying as an individual much less as a d._j. And everything else i was everybody for making their money and do when they hustle in putting their energies and other stuff but that doesn't mean i have to like it. I respect you for doing your thing but i don't like it and seeing various music people told orderly kissing backside during that time it's like come on kiss you i mean whatever it's all organic camila and also the wrestling team to composers john of it's fun movie not all uh asserted komo movie of the sixty two weeks with no doubt he definitely made a big impact in the movie scene so on dino he will definitely be missed. Appreciate you bring in bad up. I've had that on my list of things to go through one of in a kind of a surprise here in the united states the house failed to pass the patriot add extensions including some tea party people yeah. It was a two seventy seven hundred forty eight margin. They didn't get the two-thirds majority and on some level. That's kind of interesting as you know my opinion some of the people who i would say they ascribed to the tea party essentially just another radicalized side. I think republicans for some of those can be like nah. We're or not to beat for this roving wiretap nonsense and searching library banking and medical records if you feel that they're a suspect that's kind of interesting good good with money white in government field the fan and they're both things on bessette mutating and we need a particular. This is not a pole oppo. Eh if they feel like that they have <hes> somebody will baby in doubt. I mean that was kind of major thing that unless you were on the web researching stuff you really didn't see too much at least on the mainstream media outlets here which i thought was interesting. I had to go to more the political sites. No people all the twitter persons. I found found out of that way i so i thought that was interesting. A little bit of news also let me see here. What else do we have. <hes> <hes> more updates in terms of what's going down. Excuse me in egypt. It's it's getting mets over there. I i big unfortunately in my viewpoint. It's going to get nasty just for the sake of that. <hes> <hes> particular leader <hes> on mubarak has been if over thirty years and autocratic situation other countries. Let that go what i i think you know it's getting kinda slept on right now. With all the news that's happening in terms of the egyptian people trying to overthrow him and get to full democratic situation the u._s. Let that go israel. Let that go the european union for a long time. Let that go so when we see how some of this stuff developed. We remember that somebody's benefiting from him. Being there or at the very least they're used to him being there so it's almost like that a kiss twenty two words might not be feeling dude on certain level. We know how to work with them. <hes> in particular because <hes> egypt for quite some time has had ed <hes> the suez canal at a trading route and right now in particular. That's another big trading oil and other business. They definitely don't want it to go back to the days of general not britain and and having gorgeous at this is that every the person who was more things to be anticipate the opposite of that other today is the societal the fact that they were doing things against the imperial colonial forces of this israeli and <hes> wait all one eight six in love twelve years people have kind of soc- or <hes> at all because that'll be anytime of opposition would be you baffled by that. Actually americans chris gil biting. People were person very <music> me and well. That's understandable and i think that's always happened with various. <hes> liberation parisian type of deals. I look at the egyptian situation isn't a quick summation for another story or two before we get into the show. I look at it in terms of the influence. It can have on people in general. I think that was what scares people. You had a mixture. You know you have a mixture of literally teaching in plus technology plus taking to the streets one way or the other. It's going to make change where the homeboy leaves are. Not cadets show degeneration and a whole bunch onto other people. Does you know they really pissed off can make some noise and make stuff happen matinee particularly here in the states and look at the black americans then when people getting nowhere near that you know what i'm saying they barely when people marching so this is one of those things i look at like if into being accessible for the different people in other words homeboy is overthrown and there's actual real democracy he led by the people aren't helping out this country. We can even look at haiti right around the corner here <hes> in the americas wa. Why aren't you allowing them to do a straight up democratic process. You know what i mean so it's it's one of those type things but <hes> <hes> yeah we'll see i will go and all the people who are fighting over there for their struggle. I hope the best and <hes> we'll put it in ed that regard. Let's see here. Let's see here. Oh did you hear about this dude <hes> in new york republican representative duda. This guy who represents a western new york state christopher lee he got caught out there on craigslist trying to get some extra on the side while he was married. He ended up resigning. What people i think people <hes> everybody you no supply man. <hes> i mean the story. Just kills me because i'm like well like you said for one like yo. Yo is not like this is a new thing and it's not like nobody never got caught doing anything stupid. Who's been in public office or in the public eye. This dude for one thing is like well. Apparently you're in a marriage where you supposedly weren't supposed to be doing all that mess. I please so you got your wife secondly as a public figure who supposedly one of these big fat family values guys but apparently he is just the hook a lot of these people. Maybe at the higher power sense of humor like y'all should have gone hypocrites. I'm gonna get caught out there <hes> this do you an email address that the lady who <hes> he end up sending a picture to was like well. I'm going to do some research on do just because you know we have the internet you can google legal anything now and ends up pulling up his facebook profile that shows he's in the government. She ends up sending the tip over the gawker. Talk about calm and you know they didn't get. They didn't get busy or anything like that but i'm like apparently even some more dirt because you're gonna mealy resign after that <unk> him like all shirtless like you know i guess trying to do that. <hes> old do sexy thing or whatever and i don't know man i i personally. Don't don't get it like you know. You can't make up a new email address. If that's your skis to not get caught if you wanna do that. Ila don't take that much web savvy people to find out. What's what so you know you will just a moron do. I'm sorry i got no sympathy or anything on that level. I'll probably more people who come out in and talk some yang but that's his fault. I got no love of that. Type of stuff man like having y'all not only have kwami kilpatrick when that food used them government cell phone to texas on site piece and then got caught out there on a perjury perjury charge because he lied about it when it was traceable to the phones at the government gave him the us go to family dollar and get a track phone. Do what's the matter. Which did you realize that they got the day before kitchen backwards able to cambridge before phones and internet you say the thing is a lion all cell phone anything that has all the information you want people to have your computer orbiter hard drive somewhere some type of something tangible or whatever so when the computer goes down then a couple of elect us repeat went down they often that's the mentality vantage walk people. They have just kind of a guy on that as opposed to the way people had always always been. You know what i'm saying you know. That's why i'm be playing several. Please diplomatically advocate my brothers of the quarterback. We were kids breath because it's hard i could put it on and then whatever as opposed to all the pugh who's gonna fall and all that stuff. The invasion came around and you know like <hes> individuals in organized crime busters. It's a new world now and a lot of the stuff that individuals who in the world on the world periods valence and through the inner man through the various cable cellphones are listening tastes and said you know it's kind of hard to do things usually way <hes> without having community about thirteen years in i'm just invasion of privacy you know <hes> i mean you know ah for people who are at the role people may be all it absolutely in the world and that way no doubt no doubt that was one of those stories. I just had to bring up. There was absurd on multiple levels but it's just one of those things where it's like you. Only people are going to get you on there for what you all your business on on front street. Guess what you're going to have a problem and apparently relief. You're not going to be a- sharp liar. Person can hide stuff like <hes> representative will ex-representative. Now leave and you know whatever you know what i'm saying so no i mean i'm trying to give anybody advice on cheating or doing dirt but i think he wanted to be a little brighter than homeboy so in general you know so whatever but anyway man fusebox radio broadcasts d._j. Fusion john judah judah interview ill wise intelligent on this week show segment of his music from back in the day to the president as well as free classes media minute segment and of course my brother deah lustiest john judas ill mixed down so we about to get into and have a good time hi rocket out and all that good stuff twenty-first-century black radio for the masses. This is the box radio all right the old record now listening to fusebox radio d._j. Signs of a way to detect attack the intellect but not for the the matic static concept stanford is taking into your off this time before a manifest the music miata pillow wisdom jiemin of they're not standing under this'll only i guess a follow me now see rocking. 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Dial internet radio radio station podcast our website will hear bringing you a slice of what we call twenty-first-century black radio a mix of old new school music for we'll call the black they asked perot rough from all over the world hip hop funk jazz reggae excetera as well as news commentary interview no payola bastogne stuff going on over here all independent minded minded and of course the grooves our discontinue on and on and on as well and are of high quality kill y'all listeners older new bill bill that way and <hes> at people with our interviews. We keep it live. We keep it forever. Don't bring in junk people mentalities on here. We you know keep you put divers and <hes> you know try to keep it lively. <hes> people bring on here. You know we have sparked mind need not here so the same old thing that you hear and other the people's interviews we got a special guest on airwaves here <hes> we haven't had him on the fuse box radio. When the minute representing trenton trenton new jersey you know what i mean <hes> one of not just new jersey's <hes> finest hip hop abc's but you know definitely one the m._c._c. who made it live and fresh throughout the <hes> numerous hip hop eras and still is doing it on the independent because again bleak give props to the independence <hes> not just because you're doing it alone but you're doing it and keeping your creative integrity stuff intact y'all might no matter town timothy taylor you may know him as one of the poor righteous teachers and now we got <hes> be unconquerable. Jesus jones loans resurrected. It's come to the masses. We have the man the businessman the activists the hip hop and see all that good stuff mr wise intelligent. What's going on there whether how you doing good. Ah glad you're still doing brum glad you still got it in you man. That's that's a beautiful thing. Let me know his meal. You walking down the in rushing. I dig that definitely glad to have you on board but yeah it has been a minute. I'll this been system. Blessed be the poor period that <hes> we had you onboard gave. It's a long ways yeah you. Oh no doubt and you know typically fee. She'd you know i see the promo and everything to i know i know it hasn't hit probably like what the hell fusebox radio why the tel gaping gave the real close to the corny cosign. Some of these people do so. You know that that definitely has gone a long way. I mean i have people even now who are like oh y'all those folks on that thing i was like damn all right works for me eight met at that at all in any way shape or form and you know now. We got you back here. I'm you know i've seen the various shows through the years and all that stuff and and now we have the brand new release difficult to get into as well as a lot of the work. You've been doing home on a nonprofit stuff like that. That's been really also but i guess let's go really quickly to the beginning for those who may not be familiar <hes> with the mir impacted hip hop and <hes> style and and all of that good stuff. I'm asked me before you represent in new jersey <hes>. How did you <hes> get into hip hop in general in the first place. I think that <hes> we have we live with most of us. You know coming for a week. Come from you know it's it's black music. It's a continuation asian of <hes>. You know so you know as far as game into it. I think that we already n._s. <unk> out of us i mean as opposed to getting into it they you know and so he started for me. You know on the local scene of courts in trenton new jersey. You know him seized and really made me really you know the autumn me. No doubt <hes> you know the ammunition posses. I'm pleased to meet you know it. Was those things it was. <hes> you know omar superstar whether it's like that around my way who was to lighten up all the block parties you know everywhere you know so these brothers that hip hop out of me he made me what do what i do you know but at as urban you know and and being a part of the you know <hes> black coaching being entrenched in black coachee something that we could relate to on g. p. It's like we we have music for that. <hes> that expresses our point of view bill so <hes> hey pop for me was it was our perspective. You know it was our who i was perspective on any given situation you know our our interpretation of life love and in and you know and just day to day struggle toil success failure you know everything you know encompass everything coming from a perspective that we could relate to so he was already in a was already in right no doubt no doubt and to do the real super <music> wixom michigan people can do their research on this says the holy intellect album with poor righteous teachers in nineteen ninety onward. I mean you on been very consistent the doing your thing and while i'm not necessarily the biggest fan of the term quote unquote conscious hip hop <hes> you know you just really beginning in general oh you know being on bankers <hes> getting a lot of people torn all over the world and stuff like that now i'm curious about one thing the new mon on occur for this album which is also while the album title as well as what happened to timothy taylor before he became the unconquerable jesus. Don't live at unconscionably. We're just that just killed me. You know timothy taylor taylor's still we still with us. You know what i mean. Is that a you know. Every every <hes> every has telecom his face. I mean thomas thomas cases timothy taylor thomas jesus shows <hes> you know tell timothy taylor had tickets and things off his chest so in our and our so we got those things in plano timothy taylor was more like a wise intelligent that nobody really billy new from the teachers records plumbing teachers polite teachers were more group oriented very escaped. It was more so about the lessons and teaching to the point where you know. We'd never really gave you an interview of what we what it was like. I come enough so a lot of people thought we never had any struggle every truth. You don't get it then you know we from this place from the place with blackmailing america. I mean like you know we black men in the white. The white man's what were we. We've been through their struggles so timothy taylor county. I wanted to flash back. It was like one of those flashback type movies the way you know i pay you back and this what life was like with me growing up my mother-in-law sibling relationships with my contemporary school and you know my a close contemporary on the song with me and everything you know. It's like you know these were my watch. I watch progression from has smoking marijuana wata bamboo bamboo pay five easy withing two fig introduction of the families and the blood do has lacing couldn't crack in the we and cocaine and there we and p._c._p. And so on and so forth i saw this has gone through. These different changes in phases this. I was right there. You know that noah lived in the holy shops. I did all those things you know. I'm i am hip hop i a._m. Black music and black culture you know for me. Interpretation of i struggle were so can taylor was about check my personal personal brian <hes> superhero no jones. It's like you know jones the superhero. He's the guy that have listen. They can offer everlasting life. You know i mean he hasn't he has a very acute awareness of the environment in which is embedded has transcended. I mean so he he's headed water water to one ed guy okay. He's he's on his jesus. Plus son raw thing going on right the hamad while molin the phone all right. No doubt no doubt you have to say to cover. You know we need. We see that jesus. He's doing too is kind of build. He's like don't play to give you a two piece and i have to do <music> yummies. Look like you got me on the single any way you know how we will do that. You know a job yamina job waiting in how tumbling wait around and then you know. I hope i ain't googlers right allows. You know they now picking things up impairment. The dow peaking wouldn't put them down but like i said i'm probably doors type nine. No doubt no doubt because you know what that stands you know. Jesus jones like peaceful. You can come up to me but if you wanna bring it on the saying you bill absolutely don't you know i know i know in a towel with the i'm not saying be positive rights unconscious for lack of a better term you because i don't have the propensity to do something other. They were mean <music>. I'm not i'm not saying that no. I'm not saying you know don't think for a minute that you know <hes> advocating against you know drug sellers for or gang banging because i don't have the propensity she was to be that way because i do i do i mean it's just it's where i come from. What i see see so like i said i have been home. I've been home. I've been cross read. I've been harassed by the police. I've been punched away by the police been in that in that zone and i still am out as well meaning that as a black man in america you know you could be not doing anything anything monica business in coming back. That's just what it is. You know so <hes> yeah me been tried before at the mob by god's grace dustin behead him for the black community. I'm not i'm not <hes> not four point -o struggling conscience. You know i try to stay in shape man. I'm trying to stay in shape. You know i'm i'm not i'm not anti gun law. Dude ooh la mathematics make laws and all of that amount amount against owning a firearm. <hes> you know just where we you know we're gonna feel like a man in america with children and a wife and and all rise or whatever it is that he has to protect. I think they issues more than politics. It should be keep themselves in a position to protect and serve the message that no doubt no doubt and with all of these <hes> pretty intense <hes> subjects and terms we got. I mean just looking at the title stop this. You know you're not just coming into you know some b._t. Audio itinerary or anything in any way shape or form with this album. You've never heard a wise intelligent log onto album. That pretty much talks about. Hey i got title call water walker aluminum body intelligent design one title. I can't say because we're f._c._c. friendly and all that good stuff <hes> you know to our diet viewed room across and a whole bunch of other joints and of course zion we see you know you're going in <hes> on this team team and <hes> i'm like scan somebody joint on itunes and <hes> album definitely bangs on one of the things i like to ask is who is the hedge you work with john. Bianco soundscape on this album on me from prudential near the beach and stuff or the production lewis's louison. If it's of course the fattest you know the facts get from the home base in turn new jersey he he did he did he did the lion's share of the tracks on joyce. Thank you did so jesus ause. He didn't wanna walk in quite a few choice and then also you stop scott from seven excel productions how chicago known donate crew in the nose deal so <hes> they did walk at least a bit underground spiritual game. What would jesus. I do know quite a few tracks as well. You know inbred of course you know a man p._j. He has one tracker a macy's okay. He's chance advice jim aside from contain like so <hes> you know i mean they went in they. They moved to fame. Was you know may may crack suction around the things grow will the nice landscape for all right no doubt no <music> down and with this work and i guess just with deal hip hop world in general <hes> one thing that i personally been noticing as a matter of fact. I've been reading of john judah about this for about an hour earlier. Today is that diversity in hip. Hop is not promoted anymore. It's a big followed leader type. The situation butts less if you even if it's just on a production of beaten must let me go on different types of content in and out new going on some pretty <hes> <hes> freedom into content still can jam to it's still could have a good time but <hes> some you know pretty you know the venit and especially compared to la the surface stuff. That's out right now now. There's a lot of saying that you know hip. Hop people are still wearing down at nas marketing tactics last title to the ground and in particular that nobody wants to hear what one would say his message hip hop conscious hip hop <hes> right now now though matter how hot it sounds how you feel about that i mean i don't. I don't think that it's a matter of nobody here you know i think that i've been marketed kiss and match you know <hes> conscious restaurant so conscious you know directly in basically i don't cell phone. They'll sign it because it does sell radio stations. Don't pay because nobody wants to hear you. I think that's a blessing. We have respect okay records. If we look at the landscape a few times you know was was public enemy to so they will probably now. Someone's recogni case by case like everybody loves public. I you know so <hes> football and kennedy conscious movement. You know you had like trump. Native tongues part of nato's movement everything they reconcile. They put out now for letting go flat records sorta million copies. I can't sell he's never been case can't can't sell so. I can put out a new recipe bellamy four million. I mean we can come. I'm all into mason ninety six with the from you know and from z. So seventeen the naked some some nicely records laura hilton right after that so make seventeen records so he's not immune kinks in the history of ever sold like it's the men wanna say so. It's not about contracts so which about catches being well consisting of imagery messages that can create the same environment that has been created will need to now they can't they don't look that we we have confirmed the study and there was a become a commission report will urban disarray late fifty seven who was studying the riots of nineteen sixty five and sixty seven with him so many of these riots consistent wise for chicago to new jersey. You know there's rocket. Riots globally studied. He's he's likely spending in the graphic that will response when he did away from even though there wasn't needed <hes> john riggott komo from sixteen to twenty four <hes> largely highschool drop-outs had hired me i counterparts who stayed in school school who had disdainful the system no wins when they felt like they were being oppressed to the point to an unbearable point the attacks assistant we've had prompted at the time you know we have prompted that would lead us to to <hes> to act appropriately under the situation of oppression. Oh you know which was the music listening to listening to people. Are you weady courtesy for listening to <hes> margaret get margate what's going on in the mission percents. <hes> we were mississippi guy saying the plane they said okay after the riots at those records mattis edis to call this embedded in the sentiment that caused us the riot. They said yeah we gotta changes. We can't have these rights so he studied the arriving solely. That was doing the self office team like you that time and they said we have to shift. This is losing his watching. Nobody's going all of those shows. Oh wow at the time they shift the paradigm and they saw out expectation movies. That's where we got charlie return charlie we got these louise. Put out kind of really this week. We saw we gave we had four to nineteen ninety. Two the same thing happened in king the rodney king when we listen to listen to public enemy listened to brand nubian listened to teach this will listen to me. Listen expect when would would that happen. Pop it up. I mean the same thing that's happened in nineteen sixty. Seven sixty five had the nineteen ninety two. We like always <music>. Enough is enough. We can't people can't take so much so we rebelled against assistant acted in a cell taking his japan so next thing you know here we go. You know we gotta stop. Funding plan. Does hippocratic stop funding contradicting contact complete with the aide whole stereotypes of black people in america were six pre drug addicted uncontrollable. It is going physical bag muted enough the new thirty two when that turn <hes> we built and <hes> attacks asian nation block of top below at night presenting after that <hes> rebellious dean elite of slew of appreciate christian missionaries delicate alpha to the black churches to lately negro students whose could in could not be saying in the churches you know so it's like we see hits repeating themselves over and over and over again. This has nothing to do with what sells doesn't sell so people will understand economic. Determinism is not an added measure by which were turf at the wolf is what's funny to the people that you know so we will be right here in this space so <hes> you know as far as conscious being conscious and everything you have a lot of you know that <hes> propagate disseminate socially relative or politically relatives very you know music fan. You know i'm not conscious. I don't wanna i. I won't be in that box with the country's gonna be called conscious. You know he may not here right here where you saw with that but you know conscious simply means a win. We who knows says we need to wear. We must be aware you must be aware i mean i don't care what you countries. I mean if you self conscious where i mean if you if if you if you money conscious you aware what we can see he's money we say <hes> the street conscious we think some of these women unconscious but still you aware of something and you're getting what you are aware of or what have you but is simply knees. He's aware you know when people ask me what my wear update. You know what i mean okay. What would you say you're aware of. I'm aware of symbol pressure is so subtle that it a desert provoke rebellion or escape for the oppression causes you to internalized. You'll your anger and and violence is still in the form of black on black destruction of community because this person under today's twenty places all claiming the responsibility for what's happening to us the next night that takes <music> blaming ourselves for the other you know which is which is <hes> which is definitely the recipe for self-destruction. You know you're not responsible for creating ghettoes. You're not responsible for creating prison culture catching my book that i've just be editor right now. <hes> is called three-fifths at m._c. Tomase downs apple. You know where you know like i handled by the way nice title by the way you know. It's just like we're in a space where we blaming ourselves. We blame for everything leaving everything that happens in this inner city you know we're not responsible for the subsequent conditions in these inner cities responsible for the drug coaches in this country. We're not responsible for you know and it's been documented and pinpoint where where the drug culture came from how they get here responsible for creating prison culture they say it to prison culture know if how is a form where the artist in it or harketting card party you in this custom other people represent the population in this country who most often targeted by the prison industrial complex. That's what we're talking about everything. That's the reason we're talking about the prisoner. That's all that we talked about the cops. That's what we talk about these things because it was the person targeted by the system cost ratio so we that's what we discussed. You know trump's as well you know <hes> we've been unfairly impossibility so it would be a sign on professionally for me. You don't weeping outlander citizens when i away counterpart much time for more products. This is what we we didn't. We didn't create a prison situation. The most black men we didn't win the reason why is wrong plate one million of some faith in two million but people imprisoned by nelson in particular in the why because officials mystery type. I community so you know that's that's my that's where matt with with the consciousness no media people aware that system of oppression they call the blame ourselves for for circumstance without the brain. I'm putting the blame squarely on showbiz for what you should rest. You know missy and racism and we need to. We need to keep that real clean. You know i'm not understand six percent of all restaurant or off white kids that you know but that's my own i they don't make me if fouls e-e-e-e-no information that is essential to been of interest to my people we needed. You know can't buy records. Did we know because this is what it is. You know if you you were saying that we should with like you the ability to check his email. That's what's happening in hip the top right now more with people. It's only has two hundred books in the library. No bathrooms komo cafeteria and we come in three days out of the week and there's no teaches for five thousand foods in the district but i can't i'm about that. We'll let me talk about that. You gotta be kidding me. No out of any attention brought to watch situation and that's what happens to me. If i was a brisk we have to make reason may street so is when police officers when the police out there and they say he had done and so we sat in a while that he did have a pop says. Let me let me say grant was arrested. We think no doubt a cop says well behind his back when they shot up shot. The police say that's that's. That's how we'll get to it. That's how we too. We need you because he is suspected press. People and <hes> harassed arrested semester cost-related dude alive. You know noth- criminalized stereotype population would meet somebody. That's gonna come okay positive side of the story just like we look like for the church of at the same you know man is was hand in boulder is how black people came into this. Maybe maybe suffocate these ideals the move blasphemous as he knows piece but anyway let it does situation out says no look we were not close. Says notion was a black man from africa head back. They can't laugh dealing with some of the show which was a sag means abraham into perspective one of these things the interest to us and that's what happened to me so i know doing call so you can call me concentrations place and the disciples. They didn't call themselves christians. They never called themselves. That's right with paul yeah no. He said he would have christian. Meaning that will follow world no but how would it to my best. You can call me. Christian came after the movie just like this one in one public enemy x. crammed full like teachers brand nubian intelligent footmen jess. You had cam all of these of his parents. Copying countries will socially relatives and politically relatives messages but nobody called himself to um later to describe the hip and because the title was there it was kinda hard to bought such a weapon you hi steve leave and and to ship very true kid happened today because of these titles and everything compartmentalized. We'll talk radio too. You know meeting america's morning records off. The american album playing with the public had yet to be on the record. We don't get it came right album cover. He won't bring like he had all those. People change a roller girls address right big daddy kane right what is shut off to war. The king came a day of easy rack. It is to be seen in a black coach so you had a variety of other suspect was coming together to attack of beast competed at the same foot. We always to be called themselves. No now it came from main street major corporations when they boxers today when <hes> like independent music now you know we're submitting saluting titles catalog for distribution an option the option for you choose what john of hip hop it is now hip hop all jobless so it's like you have you can choose how so how are be gangsta rack east coast before it was hip. Hop <hes> township search for me. It's like you can call me back. Let me i'm very conscious. Houses of a lot of things that you know in fact you know there's a company that's coming up conscious hip hop from in conscious role dot com you know these companies have been like now you know to <hes> just embracing conscious free to pass not as yeah so i mean we <music> <music> so you're an equal catches so you know we're talking about recycling and things of that nature doing things protect clean and keep clean and things of that nature so you know the modest things remain conscious of bad word council food a bad word if the gap is not afraid to say he's a he's probably meanwhile we as even in for me to me being banned from the mainstream protest music very true true very neutrality is is so ptotests anything anymore. Mess was one with billie. They put out a strange fruit would let alone a minimum in the know out out so she begged goody. It got to work with you know any they will walk. It was a conscious recognise. It notice upset everybody. You know what i mean like. Sixty six percent of your music is being purchased people of phone about listen black. I people out and it was one of the best selling seven and one santisima to her legacy. So you know about conscious music match able to sell his music. It's about major corporations and people that i did not willing to create a particular atmosphere but we've done you know and that's just what is you know you can't you can't you can't keep the peaky people in managed people who constantly <music> <hes> <hes> it was on <hes> me and being conscious and and sleep in streets are not mutually exclusive means is dangerous is more dangerous a self-proclaimed. Oh boy all the ladies likes to likes to ensure the may labor with a street thug listen. Well you know like the hardcore do a lot of the radovan gamers. The ladies man everybody's the ladies man who saw him as obsessed and also saw him as a political. It'd be like all the time without building order of how take a man can be an artist can can nate doing orange and let's doodle remains the same guy singing badly sexual at all and west what's going on and everybody believe on records equally and anger to them and they were good music. Exactly casaus was very very very short guy. You know there's nothing saying that hell l. Can't make tests l. Jason to evidence of that leads to the fifties for the brothers he saw so for the state and you make social political has he was just that he can do not match up. Nobody's seeing all the time to leave eighth estepona race with a protest records. Ooh that you can get like the police. It was contested police parallelism. That's you know you don't have to have a red black green to protest passion and that's what we that's what we did. It miss stuff that all the time in visa jones is like these jones recognize instances like that no that's make records reconciled from the perspective and we we stay on the corner according to you know we we just fresh cheese women win neighborhood the we're trying to win it out you. The these are the better impeding our right to exist for challenging our rights insist and we have a right to confront them the national review and that's what this for me. You know if there's to hear most image mess with messed you know okay. Poppies is leeann you controlling the perception of known internally and how they how people see us around the world know about how but apartheid south africa in at the advocate who are growing up now we know we'll tell you as his food to me hip hop music and that's jones with american pop music that we were making records in these in these records with you in the south express yeah so i have a problem. I mean i'm <music>. I'm concerned and we will be on the breath. <music> now has to be shipped out. Just nothing the movie because some gonna pay fast soot music following the the best selling talking with somebody right around here. Well you know negroes and neutrality are the two most wonderful wars to america <hes> so that's what they want to try to go ahead and purchase a mutual negro let detroit negro neutrality and you know that's been going on royal hardcore <hes> out of my people's fee days ago on this particular matter and it was like yo you remember that back into nine these you know you had people just because it was in much less effective message ahead. There was like hip hop was just and you had kevin. Were in talking about something that was you know they. Everybody had gotta own by but there were only and stuff but you have people touch on certain things where with police brutality you know free south africa world. You had little white his leg i need to be is. I'm gonna wear african the chain. I'm going to read up. Let's see what's going on. Who does mex- guy. They're talking about. You know what is <hes> this nation the gods and nerves i'm hearing about you know what i'm saying and you know right up around middle school era. I mean i in your hall show. I stayed up to see it aspect to see it and you know what adults want. I mean you have like you <music> o._d._b._c. and farrakhan upon their and routing. No you have a bland about the black man is god mad loud. You know what i'm saying if people can still find that clip on youtube on national television and you know people don't want stuff like that no more they wanna be able who will not people of course i should say the powers-that-be is probably a better term. Don't want that anymore. I think unfortunately there are some people who while everybody can do their own thing. <hes> some people liked us falling into that lane the like okay for me to get a parenthood and essentially what's changed in the multi billion dollar industry. I can't talk about nothing he being rewarded who have already snow for them and that's what <hes> lupe fiasco whistle the obama del valle. He's like without meeting people who'd etampes they'd be wanting that behavior wouldn't about. Let's say it's bigger than hip. He has the news in the public school system to dumbing coming down the food. Which would i know how much the highs stay with now. The teacher is not. I love it. According to her feel the by comes in he knows she can't teach biology. She can only what is necessary for the case. Take the standardized ended. I trust and if biology is not understand that i've test she's going to be teaching reading still get pause with pets pets so the dumbing the teaching styles and intern to intern them that students down. You know you can't impeach kid. You can't fool scope of of <hes> of topics happy. You know they're not reading books more. You know they're not reading you know the <hes> in the public school system hearing more alameda knows more about the crash and then we'd need not even we will not enough to go around and give all the kids they had the standardized tests curriculum as everybody else you know in the pieces are being paid you know in the administration is being paying right here in trenton new jersey. The administration was caught in the transfix of trey. Quit across the street lights found out to august all over because cows the big hotels teachers in administering incinerates subdued these things because if the school as the early schools ownership and then you will be making shake so our teachers are the teachers criminal no we committed yes but the imbibing embedded in premium even such things no doubt create a smart just music and also the king county public enemy by not one thing did not win it will be as you pointed to public one away in a way to call it with the latest ray and the new to be he. I the newsletter since sunday both teams some twice. We talked about to ooh engages. The leaders in the community will grassroots wasn't take it from pouts facilitates slowly off all the news stuff being so we have the -cations right so you know it's like it's not this is a lot of people so we can we can hardly the the black churches and everything the black people off engage do often because because embedded assaulted and attacked no do you should say community in trying to sustain emphasize north north america. That's my got a kidney issue. Pay party exists menopausal equals. Black people set up. That's my definition of poetry is lesson lesson definitely what it is. That's exactly what it is. You know you have now to who at disband h._v._a._c. us because you're saying the e._s._p._n. News no more than necessary because the middle of the united states is he didn't go twenty so magazine hip hop and black through the polish fans do down the american companies are trying to send it down also just about hip hop and black people surly sell to realize that because we see because we see fifty six coca cola did i we think about black looks good with realize that never gonna the america has racism discrimination originally all black people they have all these regularly majority and an av appearance to the handsome of us that times changes in house with the same to think about it we had to to black in the picture system right now right so the context has regularly ambition ties more people day in remaking hundreds in the early nineteen hundred nineteen fifty. Jim crow size less people in the industrial complex day that we want this. Don hastings people pay as they should be committed crimes she fit by we understand immediately that we'd be what crime basically adult contin- in other words. If somebody thing we use the weeds apply to anybody all uh-huh person or it's property has been the to involve while clemmie quite govt regulated so anyway we all we all see the same thing as there's love in blaming ourselves for the saints ooh right is in this frame the same thickness down no vassallo awesome about who think that jay z. getting on oprah me's that we made it now not at all forgetting oh no wrigley in eighteen thirty two. Let's go back to take up in seventeen twenty six the most komo soup from the first documented black community and black neighborhood in you know and they will free population. We wanted to change the whole delicious bluebell living. Maybe hold alicia mobile revolutionary war popped off the beaten a hook you serious yummy debbie by so but the difference is niche three blacks of seventeen twenty six breast being marketing and promoted like ties with changes. Uh be marketed promoted t._v. Black people in chains to say well we flavors. I think we'd late we could be free. You just put out minds to it. They won't be the day you have to. You have all black men in prison today too. We had eighteen thirty two west series at serious various. Oh case he's doing this that like full serious really gotten down to the politics the law howdy howdy how unfairly titus i know it's like thirty people in this country three hundred. I'm an american by him. For is is so all the drugs in america we would not be reasonable in every we got us smoker so drugs in america we would not be able to sustain a three hundred and fifty in the industry no way into the holy war doing anything and analysis whatever that industry is the worst mass so it's a mess no mess what's happening here. The oldest systems have been able to wake everybody marketing. Komo in the set of regulating is marketing for me in an things has changed. M._s. was about it was it's about the perception has changed a black president. The before we had a we didn't get a black man into the city bank. That's become they went all the way from next to me. Sick the politics of the honey to head into the subway between these girls for so now the cities were depleted a leading edge school funding system dispose of the tests housing values law schools because he would come from the taxes it was worth jackets the properties of the subway the homes with the white people fleeing to get away from integration and now this is worth shouting match with inadequate education. We we you on those cases. Are we sources two of the educating with interest but we don't we don't study that fall all the things we say no <music>. There's five thousand seats in kidney going to the school vegetated consult brave invincible it is because they haven't been talk and not a little newark has a huge problem in that regard semi-conscious over essex county college road. You know i always cambone minimize minute doing go to school. Congratulate off disparity between the season off. It took a student to couldn't wait school in the next. What we know is out the cherry hill cherry hill education the kids camden new jersey season candidly jews it would be a talk the talk from eighth tex while sheridan appears being taught for lettuce three books and the reason they would be talking eighth grade because the school district not have enough money to get the cooksey needed so they settle to dig it used. I eighth grade book for three years by mrs happening. It just happened to every country every country. Can you down 'cause all the sums up. The quality confetti also me hobbies that fits chinamen diplomat mac in mac giving me what he needs to to sell by the way he he's got a education was is knowing the message the message education man. There's no doubt he admits posted a man who wasn't down. That's what i was trying to move to petition. Would you can't jobs street within paid off about it and immediate affect avocados. The candidate candidate is key. He was always skull. Graduated green could read <music>. Mom sued the district they would write law could be enforced already already so often was all cracking in prison right on so what hazard his lawn effect and they saying okay. We're going to give the schools more money. Adding added funding now inner city public advocate funding ways funding will we are so baby hits the white community from new jersey may all the way to the supreme but the abbot loss stood amounts of data pulling out of mall bec abbot law is is about the band's now no cutting all the funding across the board in the state of new jersey anyway added funding with costa reasons he had the funding to the level of suburb schools close to raise the funding up in our neighborhoods about twelve to about twelve thousand dollars for her about the five six and seven thousand dollars per student a year so it's still a little skating about twelve thousand dollars a year the educated wizards preston until eighteen thousand and twenty two in life. I infill hopewell places like that. You know washington clock okay to me getting amount eddie. Stay white people were not contest about the sixty thousand sixty rebounds dollars a year to take it takes sixty thousand dollars a year only twenty alvin dollars to educate year t._a. And add different beaks systematic problem says the matting racism and just a whole bunch of wonderful issues the united states house in general that i think that's going to rain fool the need to be. We still no doubt no doubt well. I know that we're differently glad and we have another superhero warrior in the building with wise until aka talented timothy taylor aka unconquerable so we'll never see a perm on his head jesus jones and you know with the upcoming album that has already dropped on. I tuned people. If if we go ahead and check it out y'all hear those tunes on the fusebox radio at checkout brothers website to we talked a little bit about the program <hes> the upcoming well three physical m._c. manufacturer dumbed down rapper and a whole bunch of other stuff all of the detailed as well as a great biography discography music section literary works blog. The entire nine is at wise intelligent dot com and get more information. You can buy stuff which you know has a whole bunch of great music on on there and you know we had to be the poor album because fiends box radio interview segments are on there but you know there's a bunch of great news jumping off there and also you know there's a contact page reach out you know this brother is more than just to emcee. The activists part israel check out the intelligence seeds program. I know we we put the documentary by seeds <hes> a little while back on black radios back dot com and just do a search and pull that out and you know f._b._i. Say support quality music period. You know if it's stuff that you feel whether it's to groove to methadone whatever we all need we all got to show that people want <hes> these particular products and i can definitely say beyond a shadow of a doubt the jesus jones is a worthy project fifty to get your sixteen tracks grooves on and all of that and you know we're in item d. Can premium tracks see what's going on and all of that good stuff. <hes> only reason i'm wrapping up is just for the sake of one that people need check out your side and your music and also you know we gotta give him a light tap on the head to open up. The doorway stepped in odds. We can't give it all to on our show. Even though we would love to <hes>. Can we get any m last words or sat out for get into on on some new tracks them down one. Absolutely you know shout out to tell to the music full ooh thirty days. Now i gotta move. It's never died. It has never been mainstream. 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She'd in every type missile then this if you can't hey all right we get to talk about <music> out those he talked about the things i say to the kingdom come call it spill scowl all that all the presidents. It's a pipeline disliked in the morning into what it took a they got a lot of frisbee posed branch of the service that a double wrap ah with all amusing smith to facilitate how the acidity contest at this it gets. Its repeat that i'm a problem so the rubbers make another out here plus. She liked me to learn anything from these emcees. No disrespect missile forget camp camp bill kansas excel sales tales by four and whatnot taught yeah the thinking the dow welcome to media minutes. I'm stevie converse and and i'm candace clements and i'm megan taking over the last few weeks in egypt. A million people have taken to the streets to call for democratic reform. The egyptian in government responded by cutting off internet and most cell phone access plunging the nation into digital darkness as more people turn to their cellphones twitter facebook and youtube to speak out for their human rights cutting off internet and mobile access is a new way for governments to crack down on popular political uprising. Could someone in the united states flip an internet kill switch. There is cause for concern senators. Joe lieberman susan collins and thomas carper introduced introduced legislation in the last congress that would give the president and the executive branch authority to cut off critical infrastructure in times of crisis a report port from wired said that senator collins would reintroduce the protect cyberspace as a national asset act in this congress the two thousand ten bills said that the federal government's designation of vital internet or other computer systems quote shall not be subject to judicial review timothy car campaign director of free press press says that if the bill was reintroduced congress would need to seriously address vague language and failure to establish effective checks and balances over the executive branch. We're very concerned that should it go forward in this congress. They need to seriously address the language within the bill that appears to give <hes> the executive branch this overriding authority. I think there are profound first amendment issues when you allow the executive branch the power to cut off critical go infrastructure. The internet is not just critical infrastructure is critical social infrastructure. It is in the twenty first century a means by which people express themselves freely freely car says we have to treat open networks as fundamental to a functioning democracy but given what we saw happen last week and this week in egypt efforts to cut off the internet are not a good thing if a nation tries to able its citizens ability to speak freely to organize and communicate with others it really we has the potential bean of gross violation of not. Only i write to communicate our human rights as well last weekend. White house press secretary robert gibbs said said that he believes internet access and the right to social network is a fundamental and basic individual right so if the white house really feels that way they have to hold to that commitment. It's internet access is a basic right. If the right to open networks and social networking is a basic right then they need to oppose the language in this legislation nations that gives them the power to take that away people in sibley and rendell counties in minnesota just want broadband it the phone and cable companies there including frontier communications have failed to connect people to high speed internet and hundreds of homes are stuck with slow dial up spotty satellite are no internet at all so the county's he's decided to do it themselves and just finished a feasibility study to build its own fiber to the home network but like every comfortable service provider about to face new competition frontiers is pushing back against the project. The company sent a letter to sibley county commissioners recounting other municipal broadband efforts that have struggled and is cautioning the county to rethink. You think it's efforts. Mark erickson is a winthrop city administrator who has spearheaded the fiber to the home project. He says frontier is trying to stop the competition at any cost. Just wanna throw fear and doubt into the equation they went off your skate all the issues they wanna make people think that it's ma belle they know how to do. These things in municipal certainly can't but we'll frontier doesn't want the municipality to build the network. They certainly don't want to do it themselves either and neither do other providers erikson says the counties are willing to work with the companies and even helped finance the network but no one is biting. We actually have sat down and said please work with us but they they just haven't gotten over that that <hes> that hump i guess of wanting to work with municipal they see us too much as as has the enemy and not the partner ericsson said he isn't daunted by frontiers fear tactics instead he spending time rallying local folks behind a project he says will oh revitalize rural america drove up to the county to the west last week and i was i was driving along and look at it. All these sites dot the frozen tundra up here. What's this we're going to do for them. It's gonna make every one of those farmhouses relevant again. They're going to be connected to the world they can take chinese lessons with high definition video real time with folks in china because they'll have twenty twenty megs down to their home for forty two dollars a month. Those are the kinds of things at this network will allow people to do and i'm really excited about. 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Full Show (Anthony Davis, Dak Prescott, World Series Game 7 preview, Kawhi Leonard, NFL MVPs)
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I'm your host Jenny Taft this podcast is the full show from today's episode of undisputed from start to finish they've got a busy slate so skip Shannon let's get to it how impressive was Anthony Davis historic night or pretty impressive and do the guys agree that Roger should be the MVP favourite not so not but that wasn't enough for the jets Adams who is originally from Texas denied reports that he requested to be traded to the cowboys so Shannon should jerry the station in two hundred twenty one the only the only the only safeties that I would even consider doing that for in their prime they will agree there we are going to start with the cowboys the NFL trade deadline came and went yesterday and despite several rumors no major trades occurred am thirty here we go absolutely packed a show today welcome we are live from Los Angeles. I'm only taft here which Shannon Sharpe gooden congratulations the playoffs so that first round is not going to be that high so we're going to try to maximize as much as we can out of your squeeze you a little bit because we do you the Lakers they won the NBA Championship last night parade is this afternoon they beat Long Beach State now maybe it's we have offered more than what was reported no I thought Jerrell Freeman first round pick a lot for safety skill and it's being reported they wanted to Khalil mack type deal optimal Adams even after he told you he wanted to be there if you believe what he said on social media scale but no that's asking an awful lot for safety I am talking about in the last decade if Ed Reed in Troy Palomo Yeah those what we call a difference maker skill you must account okay where are they because if you don't they're gonNA take this year he won the MVP last night is happening way to go but yeah he got skunk in the fourth quarter again because he didn't have to play in the fourth the Thomas Earl Thomas Earl Thomas we're going to get Earl Thomas Right and it sounded like a deal was agreed upon via phone and then at the last second we know that Jamal Adams Better Jeff and you want to upgrade that position we get but Jason's I'm not a fool no no no no no no not that I seattle Kinda jerk the rug out from Underneath Jerry remember this April fools we actually want to first round whatever they demanded it was sorta like this thing it's GonNa be where it's supposed to be he doesn't take the ball away and I'll get Gerald's trying to upgrade because they don't really take the ball away Gordon to the game before they play Philly they only had five takeaways and he's just right under your nose in Dallas Cowboy and I'm going to get to this in just a second I think he badly wanted to be a cowboy so I will admit saved all of football he's more of a safety than in the whole safety but to give up what the jets were asking if that's to be believed which is games that's really not that good they had four in that game against Philly but I'm with Jerry on this one I'm not giving up that kind of compensation so that through the afternoon yesterday my hope started rising just the way Jamal Adams named did on trending twitter. US topics it started to go right up the ladder in all through I have never really trusted Jamal Adams sort of makeup his intangibles he has become a little bit of a social media diva traumatic for safety been reported that Jerry offer somebody like a first in four but they wanted the first two seconds and some all atoms reaction to all the above and I started sifting through it I must admit to you from the bottom of my heart I am very glad this deal yes you try it looks like you guys are about to go into tank 'cause you you try to you try to shop some everybody try shop lady on and Shaw tried the ball from you and they're gonNa put it in the end zone so for Jerry says okay yeah I'm willing to give you a first rounder yes I'm willing to give you a fourth-round but I know the just thinking skill they'd like hold on we think you still stuck with Jeff Heath just jeff is I call he's not bad but he ain't grady and remember all last year in reverse where they agreed on a first and then they know now bye bye on second thought here a lot of teams are starting to call us about Earl Thomas so maybe we should got up there might have gotten to one but I know it was two or three and yet I will say this when the smoke cleared last night and I saw Jamal but he is a difference May I would've taken Earl Thomas in the one thing he shares with Jamal Adams is they both grew up cowboy fans in the state of Texas because obviously ask for a little bit more Jira wait a second you already agreed to know so that fell apart right and again Earl Thomas was more of a free safety obviously than a strong safe it's a very different I've got some Jalen Ramsey and I don't think he would have been a great chemistry fit for the Dallas Cowboy defense and bottom line how would you pay Jamal only the reason why Khalil Mack you've covered what Khalil Mack got traded. I think on a Sunday or Monday he played that next Monday because you didn't know what skip go get Thomas from small town Texas went to the University of Texas Jamal Adams up right there in Dallas in what they call the Dallas Metroplex in Carrollton back don't worry about the coverage just lineup right or left and go attack the quarterback but you can't do that with a say okay just holding just Nano now he under Teheran Donald Okay Yeah people will give that up but not for safety skills not poor guy and I think Jamal Adams of the top top four I remember when I tell you only for this team or WTO O.. Do the Memphis Flynn Mba. I think they're in the G lead Oh cowboys who've all paid dues for the Dallas Cowboys and here would come this guy if you don't think he would command top safety dollars you've got one more year left this is Jamal Adams a lot more gifted he's not bigger they're both about the same size but is he faster than Jeffey all the above he was six pick and the am schemes in normally you give that kind of compensation for guys that attacked a quarterback the gadget pass Russia's yeah now if somebody said okay we'll give you two first rounder than a second swing you're having a hard enough time paying back and Bihari and Byron Jones and Wolf Hunter and I just keep going down the list of all those young valley this is the next Tom Brady here a little bit of an overthrow that's what could have been in metallic blue and silver for the Dallas Cowboys Stud right agree and that you bring someone else in the locker room yeah you would even consider doing something before you took care of dad and before I totally agree so yet to your point just on the surface it just seems so many okay back to Jamal Adams in his makeup you might remember we Jamal and the show because he had an issue with six jared them late in the New England if we could see that because this is what you could have had this is this is him in his pro bowl glory where he'll just pick it and take it me because I took issue with him for at his pro bowl last year Damore what he did to the New England Patriots Mask Oh yes tackled him and I just said are better than that there you go come on the poor kid in that costume got annihilated and reportedly had to go to the hospital but turned out okay on that what I can't and by the way he's ranked by pro football focus the seventh best performance this year he's the seventh best performing safety right now Jeff Heath is so I thought okay grow up a little bit and I do think Jamal still has some immaturity issues and he's also become a little bit of a victim of social media because true first round the two seconds maybe compensation later now that's too much I think Jay would write to hold on Jeff Heath is not a difference maker but he's loud at skip after a while runaway ego I'm not sure that's a good chemistry fit for how how the Dallas Cowboy Defense has come together because then he is become the most outspoken player in the most publicized player on a Bad New York football team right so he gets a lot of tabloid action but I'm like Jamal you're better than that you don't have to prove your your manhood by running over the poor mascot and he took him out okay Saginaw Valley State a native of Detroit Michigan not exactly cowboy country so anyway no real connection there right Detroit inaudible draft out of L. S. U. which is Deby you but it's also linebacker you isn't it yes because boy they got a bunch of studs coming out there the Joel H. Headlines Albeit for a team that's not very good right but he has become the spokesman for the team and he is big on social media have a massive ego guy on that unit they seem to play pretty well together I'm not saying they're great because they've had their issues but is that a good chemistry fit for that Amari Cooper was an all time great acquisition it's right up there with Charles Haley acquisition that Jerry pulled off and we were Charles was not a big star in San Francis- although I don't know but he didn't go to Michigan or Michigan Stadium went to Saginaw Valley State and that's all you need no I tried to look it up I don't think he who they got some thumpers and he is a thumper at strong safety now Jeff Heath undrafted free agent you even invited to the combined so I don't know any combine numbers to Jamal Adams for his size he can fly four guy okay we did see him I do appreciate that Jerry Jones is all in he is plunging for a super bowl I wish he had been able to pull off the Earl Thomas that would media so he wasn't a big thing when he came to Dallas because I was covering the team at that point and we all knew all the bad stuff about Charlie but we didn't know a lot of good stuff about gave Jerry too much credit but he did he pulled that off he was the driving force of that deal right Jimmy had to sign off on the deal Charles Haley was that now for the sixth overall draft pick and a fourth rounder but when you start talking about a I two seconds and maybe even more compensation yeah I know I'm out of that one okay so fifty fifth best I need no there were fifty five safeties in the league you got four and so what are you going to do and I agree with Jerry skip out I believe Jerry would have been willing to give up maybe a first rounder any fourth-rounder I think that's that's very compensation yeah you deal with this is the third year right so he had four on the fan option yeah here's the Thanksgiving but I mean next year you'd have to start thinking about he would want money it would just be bad medicine we're he traded for defensive play okay he normally wants a star because you're in Dallas and Jerry wants flash he is blue collar he'd got broken considering that you believe in a lot of people believe that the cowboys are going to be in the playoff they're gonna make a run so that could be somewhere between twenty to thirty second no harm no winging plunging and now my final issue with this team is can you go forward with your woods at Free Safety Jeff Heath at strong safety correct so again did he upset the locker room is he the one that's campaigning on a daily basis for a new contract he doesn't care at all so what a sweet mu that was jerry side tied up all these players to long-term deal now notwithstanding Dagon Amari at some point in time in you play a professional sport the Commodity Linda Davante Adams for the packers come back you gotta deal with them in passing game I agree and there are days when I'm just close my eyes because people are just running free all through the for Amari Cooper so that was gone but in the second round they took Tristen hill out of central Florida a defensive tackle with a whole it's ironically called safety and they're not very safe either one of them which brings me back to last year's draft I'm still scratching my head because they gave up their first round pick a bunch of high rated safeties left on the board and I'm like what are you doing Tristan Hill I'm not saying he's a bust but he's done next to nothing so far he's sort of on that Taco Charles this year was a great acquisition but he can be a little hard to coach because I I love Michael Bennett he is his own man we're going to talk about his stance on standing probably right but it was still a very young football in I found Charles to be a model teammate for everybody once he bought into who they were because he didn't buy into the way he was treated eighty him money Amari Cooper is not a superstar acting player he came with zero ego and he went home win let's just do win the NFC can you get to the Super Bowl those two guys I don't know I'll be the first to admit to you of all the factors on my team those are the two most troubling or sitting for the anthem or staying locker room for the anthem or and talk about a little bit and how that's going to fit with Jerry Jones Rick but the point is Jerry's all in he keeps trying your chemistry that actually enhanced your camera three right now we're GonNa talk about Michael Bennett in a little bit but I think Michael Bennett could be the X. factor that could put them over the top his draft picks you keep giving away all these draft picks and you got nothing to replenish virtually you know skip the guy that you got signed to long-term deal it'll be time to move on that secondary I liked the corners I I'm not saying I love the corners but I like both of them Byron Johnson woozy Anthony Brown thrown into the mix but the safeties here's the thing though but normally when the cowboys Trai for player what did they won't they won't start your trade for Charles the traded for Dion Sanders normally when they bring back you know with Jerry lose more correct but just people might not remember this but on the board right after that goes Nazir Adderley went right right after that he went to the we got a unnecessary roughness hit Tom Brady did that would later he got an find what he was rescinded it was but skipper me when I look at it unbothered okay so all that was was a super bowl move because jerry pulled that off and again Jimmy got upset with me a couple of times because I his personality was big with reporters didn't WanNa talk to him because they never knew what they wanted to get more than they will get something but they didn't want so they didn't that's out of the football the defense side is at the safety position Yeah and you don't address the issue you go live with maybe jared knew something that we didn't yeah big name but he starts for the chiefs are not great but would he have been better than you're looking at it from a standpoint like Jerry where we're we're we're deficient at they've got a hard head he got a male and this kid here he's he's physical physical but not physical like this 'cause remember here in San Francisco no no okay dion was a superstar so that's that's a classic did they afraid that they went hard after him and they because I don't know if they're good enough because you're probably going to have to you know you're going to have to run through Aaron Rodgers you're gonNA probably have to go through breeds kirk cousins and all of those guys after that put them over the top to win a super bowl a year before they deserve to nine hundred ninety two Sakaba probably only had the cowboys were probably only team they had a locker room that could deal with okay go because they had so many big stars in the Montana on the defense aside okay because he had moved on from running say but he was not a big talker because nobody really talked in a much better fit for this team probably could've but the money could even when earl will be free agent it's all about the money was to go that price Guy I got it trade him Joe Douglas said no I didn't try to trade you we got calls we were taking you know we did accept the calls but I didn't initiate the phone calls okay he's got a big voice and he accused the GM of the New York jets Joe Douglas up going behind his back after he said don't trade me in trying to who broke out like a last ditch pass on fourth and four ruth whatever it was thirty three seconds left right remember he broke up the past that would've tied the game he starts now for the rams and to path right now arguing Miami Talk Miami Ball at Taco truck out every week did you gotta talk to talk about every week playing by all accounts at a high level right you don't think he'd be a starter out of the cowboys give Jeff Heat is skipped thing that they love about gop he's not one over there right price but here's the things you run into you call yourself some problems yeah because you've got to deal with the guy for the rest of this season all right if you don't move him in the off season but these guys weren't weren't going to be able to come back and maybe these guys have some lingering injuries so he tried to make a strength even stronger by adding Deputy D. Line position I think the thing is they floated it out there I believe they floated it out that Jamal Adams could be had for the right price okay and says in his camp is making valiant efforts to let Jerry no we wanna be there yes okay well there's some conflicting statements were made last night to convey Jamal Adams interest in playing for the Dallas cowboys period will leave it at that said Josina how be that the jets wouldn't even take a first round pick for Jamal Adams is because of how everything shook out last night Jamal Adams went on twitter Lee false completely false Josina Anderson of ESPN tweeted my understanding is that valiant efforts a hill on your hands again because he no I said I wanted to be here I wanted to be a part of the change when it comes to try to move me so you're almost forced to move him in the anti-missile is hard to show someone that you can do you get into reports now for interest in he'll got playing time early and then slowly but surely losing playing time and now that Michael Ben is there season you got no choice okay so Jamal Adams via twitter any reports of me asking to be traded from the New York jets are complete old if you're insisting that you were adamant that you want to remain a jet and Josefina who who I write Pi respect for she's saying wait a second hit somebody chargers and he's on IRA so I can't I don't know what he would have done Taylor rap he goes next to the rams or do you remember what he did into the Baker Mayfield game on Sunday night he was the one if in fact the jets were willing to at least listen to calls what does that tell you about how much they value Jamal Adams in the end for me Dan Rea Paula Malu Beth not a Ronnie Lotte it'd be that's not what he is and then the next to those three safeties went right in a row one thornhill went to the chiefs and I know he's not we'll think about that yes so he's saying that this is saying that he was actually seeking trade that he says he did not want spectacular he's solid he's GonNa play all the special teams for you he's GonNa play you can play point returning the kick game but he's going to be silenced if you look for him to be I tracked in Nineteen Fifty One Davis is only the sixth Laker ever to have a forty twenty game eighty also set a lakers franchise record maybe went off dropping forty points and twenty rebounds in only thirty one minutes this is the fastest player reached forty twenty in a game since minutes were once I find out that you go into move me at least I'm GonNa say you know what if you're gonNA move me you want to move me can you at least semi somewhere like God with twenty six made at free throws only twenty seven two tenths Lebron at twenty three points in the wind and had this to say about eighty scratching services it was my honest reaction at the end of the what have you got what have you got to pick the concealed super bowl victory well he didn't happen team called the rams and they'd be interested in trading there and Donald I wonder if the team College Chicago did you in Jerusalem trading they'll skip look here oh but I don't think Jeff Heap will be the reason the game I think might be the we we and I'm GonNa take that to my bank now the reason I was happy if I ask that I know I wish she'd be I told John are sometimes it comes down to play in town okay you wasn't getting you know pick next year at what you're not GonNa get a quarterback are you moving from Sam darnold already skip because they were all still getting comfortable one another I think he's still getting comfortable out on the floor but you know when he's attacking like that guy she was high eighties I understand that the the the the draft capital if draft picks give but you talk about a known commodity for an unknown because you said we're willing to go back into the draft Brandon Ingram Lonzo Ball Josh heart they come along every NBA draft that guy that's jewelry talent they only come on what's in a lifetime that'd be what two years ago not signing off on Baker I mean I'm not writing him off we'll get you back on the road well in the and I'm sorry Jamal but I'm happy you're not coming home to doubt this keeps going yeah you keep on just I read that I didn't ask for tree but if you move me could you send me to the cowboys and you send me home now look I would go out and eat the players will bill Russell Intimidate Dunkin a great allies Warren Charles Barkley Karl Malone Jacques the man of the last to get a forty twenty game sixteen years ago this is why remove Evan Inert you see us they started tracking minutes in the fifties ask somebody who's had a forty twenty on believe crazy you won't have Pam Kinney Davis and the Lakers had their way with the Grizzly last night it was the greatest day of his life were held today if you look at it hail Lamar Jackson might go turn out to be the best of all the quarterbacks K. by last year Lee second fiddle actually yeah I mean this is a first battle run it's a first that he is second don't care and we Lebron James offasset both offensively and defensively while Shannon how in eighty everything they did give me give me the I don't they go big you like a bullet who's been June oh Valerie June nineties as easy money for him in this and as far as Wales break for our team game he was wonderful tonight spectacular what he was doing last year in New Orleans that went unnoticed before the trae came up and they started checking with his minute gentry in Dale dense the dale you gotta body looks like you're going to be you take it well we already know Miami's tight tells you before the draft I'm not buying Sam Darnold hills I had to buy them one day against the cowboys there are digests I if I'm just upset 'cause I'm trying to win games and you're getting the best players that we have you there these are known commodities this is why you this is why you move those pieces to get a guy like this skill afforded twenty and thirty one minutes that's volume so I'm not look I'm not saying he shocked I start thinking is this the Memphis team I don't know because I can't recognize these JAE crowder Jaren Jackson junior high dropping yeah but he that level of talent to show you what he's capable of doing and this is only a sample because like I said before that train before they started messing with his minutes he was twenty nine one of you to cut a check every where you went imagine how much fun it'd be trying to track down your cousin and Milwaukee for Lee you know what I kept looking at Memphis last night and I kept saying who's that WHO's he he's on Memphis Oh who's that guy aren't they don't put me on situation like like a keep to leave he leaves the ramping to Miami Dole's lead me to a situation like that okay in finally they don't value anything because they already moving okay with the top Tampa what top five top six picnic Jamal Adams with the big drought so I don't know what they got going on me a magic magic bullet the city but anyway scale you just saw this a sample a guy that can put the ball he was attacking so he apps get they don't come along all the time and you move heaven and Earth to get forty twenty and thirty one oh you to bring this on Friday night got some MMA marcus all Sunday is special especially don't put it on the floor said Okay you can't stop me and see they made the mistakes they win small you can't go small with him on the court because he's six eleven and he's GonNa grab everything he you could have daily job general manager to do the job but he josh and around and I look at it looking for work rebound a quiet but he he'll get rebounds when they get them on getting rebounds eighty hall with him up so by the way Lebron James is now officially they got to for Jive after his coming out party against the Brooklyn Nets the other night he had a grand total of to assist last night he stunk Bradley gotta go out and eat Jimmy on a week night can we at least go to mayes roles yeah leave everything what I thought you didn't WanNa go look I don't WanNa go out when he said we're gonNA play through you the first one I don't believe these said all the right things you just you just said he's like a fiddle yea like little bully caliber bullet he moves like you know I'm a part of the anti bullying campaign eight football lady he don't look you boy fifty one sixty eight so we're talking about seventeen years go by the war well I think they yeah they play a lot a lot of players I talked to have in that that probably go go mike in Shock we corrine you be lucky well I'm that but John I thought Joe Up Danny Green it's given special last night this was this and twelve and a half and two and a half and this is exactly what he is now but the difference I guess what you do and having a Pelican uniform and everybody's like Salton you do over and Brown Bras and you know what I missed a couple of the Bronx W J Bell missed a company had eleven twelve twenty three twelve and a quiet and I only had it going it's over and I told you I told you as he'll be deep guilt he'd been doing this this I'm starting to wonder you get home do you get to schedule all the southern California college teams like I told You Long Beach State is next maybe USC I don't know we'll see we delay on this big man big man and you WanNa win come Elliott put you in is it possible the Lakers GonNa play every game at home shoot free throws last night couldn't he would you believe that Anthony Davis in the second half made one basket in the whole second half and scored forty points how can you do that that's not possible one basket and you scored forty points how did you do that Mr Davis relative you made eighteen free throws in the third quarter that is the all time NBA record for any quarter nobody nobody is ever made eighteen free throws in a single quarter and when I was in New Orleans and the reason he went unnoticed in New Orleans because he could never lift that team above five hundred so that's what was going on there so stunning not so good news bad shoulder and it was so bad that he actually dumped the media the last two days and violated guts is way out of that he said after the game last night I'm trying to eliminate that label but he accepted that yeah I was hurt with various injuries he listed a bunch of them Memphis in it's one of those nights where you're not sure if you can go and you sort of don't put any pressure on yourself and you start thinking wait it feels better than I thought it did because he could did all the media access rules soon you'll be fine for that because he missed two straight sessions with the media because he was trying to hide a shoulder injury in games this season is first four years and he acquired the reputation or the handle of being brittle am I right about that day and he's trying to sort of Shannon he already in the second quarter had to go to the locker room to get re-taped kinetic tape they had to retake him up and then he came back against it's the another bad team stop and so he he's got another injury and I'm going to remind you that he missed an average of seventy lied to make twenty five to me I may twenty five a lot of Brazil speaking of our friend Valentinus after the game he just went so far as to say he did it and it's hard to get fouled that much in one quarter right yep that's a lot of times being sent to the line and you made all eighteen year free injury that was so bad that they were afraid he could not play last night and he did it by hanging on the rim late in the game get Charlotte one of those running up dunks off UK championship parade. You've got going here today but at the center of all the good news about eighty last night was some pretty filed you remember that was gift basket he might have that play early in the game I think this is a whole tone for the game because underneath it got very there were a lot of questionable things happening out there as in bad calls yeah like the ones you pushed avery Bradley okay. CPA and the back and what do you make for the Game Twenty Six twenty seven that is James Harden esque that is special and the thing was the guy that had to record for the Lakers in the most free throws the game against the way Howard Dwight Howard wants may twenty five thirty nine remember Orlando but still for suffered late in the game against Charlotte shoulder injury put up to twenty third wide I think it's my turn up soaps are so he did have a shoulder rushing he goes on the floor and there goes Todd Jones on a little quick run out for a basket and here comes your head coach your new head coach off the bench time out golden there was a lot of pushing and going on I think we have here we go and these right in the middle of it it's he tries to put it back he tries to put it back there's a lot of banging oh I think your head coach sent the right message because I think the refs got a little start feeling guilty and from that moment on ad got every call they just opened Malibu got amazed me when you're finished you got only eighty all day skip Shannon Sharpe I hate to rain on your very it'd be good to sixty five and again after the Game Anthony Davis said about his shoulder it was bothering me a lot it was very sore was and they pulled it out yes wow interesting daily you ever no I'm talking about the Dallas Mavericks because what if with the people yeah or just stop just stop coal just pick up your dribble and come to a screeching all right under the basket and guess we're Lebron's going ask it's made in a half while scoring forty one what did you expect he had twenty to twelve at the half and then go twenty eight in the third quarter alone should've put it back in I making one basket in the whole secondhand in scoring forty the Dow that's gotTa be a I I don't know how to look that one up but they filed stop filing the fewest uh-huh this should not this should not surprise you because he already have fifty nine twenty game on his resume so again how do you explain we want to go to the basket ain't nothing they can do about Oliver he'll he'll try to look if you have a layoff on a breakaway Lebron James's trailing you know he you starting to fear this point four guess what he's going to be able to play in the next two games are already put them on we're GONNA put some on Dallas Dallas porzingus and completely disappeared they had two of the most ordinary or subpar games you can imagine and if they had like nine guys score double figures right way better than any highlights just just for you today because it's eight here on undisputed I'm not going to ask fall into that trap and all of a sudden you start jacking up shots and just playing no no no we played through ad we told you we'd go play through Radi will be just fine okay you know we we using it come on three and one memphis come on stop it so you just say that last year with many games as he gonNA shoot twenty-seven free throws seriously porzingas and dont you happen to show up against the Lakers but you you you think Lebron James is Playing Lebron James Level basketball well I right now he he I can't believe he didn't leave the he's in the TACO truck I told you it's all about free throws he made twenty six year forty points are one point one point one point free throws they think he's normally the how many games you how many so you don't think the average twenty eight points a game this year oh I think he could average twenty and that was the scale that's what's amazing part about it he really didn't shoot that good from the field oh harming twenty three and eight yeah okay way to go well enjoy it what were you got a game Sunday at San Antonio I want no part of this because I'm not skip I'm not going to be on his highlight reel Lebron got highlight reel out of this world really probably about four hours long right now last year he had a low line what is Lebron level I don't know you're seventeen it looks like he's he just goes long for a nice ride I try to what we're not gonNA play we assessing quarterbacks midway through the season one anonymous evaluator questioned his accuracy saying quote in my opinion he is not naturally accurate when a fifty plus percent shooter so that if he shoes what he normally you look at this get you looking at fifty twenty yeah okay and O'Brien O'Brien chip man season is well underway Dak Prescott leads the League and Qbr but soon see some flaws in the quarterbacks game real good about themselves and they got a big team when they tried out bovine and Zingers and Luca they got a big team too but we got some four last night at Denver it is still lying prone on the floor while the basket is being made at the other end yes what is your job to just call Oh didn't call okay and tighten up he has games like he did against the jet just think he is a middle of the road guy that's always going to be up and down harsh Lakers season to actually start started already three in one nine we're going to move on to a guy who's got him just put pull it back out in the rest of y'all go get into raft of Neil or you're GONNA get Andre Eighty Dollars Yeah you should I mean how many times must great self promoting serve to Soho you didn't tweet that out the mayor did that Lebron Yeah I think the thing is that when we talk about accuracy and people look at it and it says okay he threw the ball complete that's accuracy was one of the highlights of what he does look everybody's still guess what you know someone say tackled Matete the demand the rest of the breakthrough from half court yet they win it shouldn't really okay well how much do you want forty four my guys who accurate there's a lot of fluffing my quarterback throwing for this many yards so Andy Dalton has long for the the markets don't want to really mortgage they wanna see us just him got twelve feet award get what he told me Jaime Walking on water became swim and you know what I'm saying Gene Lebron up against it was great gestures and the TACO truck but it was also stuff in anonymity here don't want everybody to know all their bidding but the mayor thought it was such a great gesture I thought it was what he did that's the stuff matter that's the accuracy I think the evaluate look you look at the situation to that Oh swing pass to to Zeke or check download screen or something and then the actor like a breeze or like a Rogers no now pat mahomes is Never GonNa have the accuracy of drew brees or Aaron Rodgers he take too many shots yeah I got a lot of yards in garbage time three twenty one three almost come back and win I dunno I got it on my menu no the difference is is that you watch air rogers he throws the ball he gives the gathering to run with it after the catch you see if you put the ball in front of Mario Cooper did we go did you see all the guys play played a lot of car wheel Pope D Howard Quinn cooked Roy David Caruso even jared Dudley getting a gave almost got seven minutes asked Jane that everybody knowing Love was some people still find fault he will drop out foudy on down I'm just waiting for the talked about forty yards down the field all hold on he just threw seven check bounds and then you overlook so you overlook they'll check downs and install ed zero by that he and the game you play hard all right he does play hard way to go you didn't bring up staying seven nothing he did nothing when game with ten nothing fourteen seventeen he didn't absolutely nothing it wasn't until the game was out of reach nothing until the I don't have time to do this right now but maybe one day I'll set aside a whole block on the show just to show you how many times Dak Prescott has hit Amari fourth most yards in the nfl thus far what's his team record skip you see what happened I mentioned acid and it don't because the fourth mode yard talk show there you go you always try to rein to my radio the parade you always try to raise rates before the Laura though the low percentage completion plays but they could be rewards scam come on you see you in Green Bay when the game was weren't Shannon truth is there to this I mean there's a lot of different definitions and Miller what are the Middle Romi that either good or bad it's what he can do in continues to do though and it's why this whole premise makes me angry just to the point of being sick hit on the goalposts you don't have to worry about Amari Cooper hitting him in the back in the ball popping up in being intercepted by Giro Alexander those are what we're talking about skip that look I think he's improved from his first year to set you to his third year in his fourth year he's getting better but as far as just naturally you heard the crowd chanted and I like what Dive Cooper in stride on the run in which he's the ball at the ten yard mark taking it fifty yards it happens for five times every game my stomach because here we go again what is this is lazy this is the laziest handle anybody it's like there's on what I'm saying is he's not just drew brees just naturally accurate some guys are just naturally accurate and there's some guys gotta work able tattooed on his forehead that says inaccurate and you push it you might have started it but but you certainly extend dug in when he was a rookie in dismissed him as inaccurate so now there's this incredibly eroneous -ly unfair and by the way before I leave this behind Mike Sando on the athletic also comes right out of this quote and says that is not necessarily the prevailing opinion another the myth of it because I get it on a daily basis and all he does is throw accurate passes but everybody continues to dismiss him as inaccurate so let's go back myth out there operating about Dak Prescott would always tell you most under appreciated over criticized quarterback in the history of pro football ins because a lot of these evaluators the he did you call them yesterday marginal to marginal I'm just quoting map that would be a value way to say it I'm just a little old valuator praise Prescott for his accuracy early in the jets game and came away impressed at how the quarterbacks toughness Bob La you know what happened because they didn't have either catch and run there is a difference between the two yes one of the cats fifteen yards but the other would have been put him in place to get a thirty yard just fifteen that's what I'm talking about I saw you saw something and so does evaluators right on he's not he's right on no no says Shannon Sharpe you just need to get your on record he's star tackling game amaury was lost immediately in that game Dak Prescott got hit or not down or rushed or hurried on nearly every throw in that game and he just kept jumping right up and throwing another completion and brought them all the way back from twenty one three down but skip if you put the guy in position passes and the guy got a fifteen yard catch will if we do it accurately more accurate is the thirty yard spite three drops from Michael Gallup three drops you can go look it up happened in two more drops from two other receivers he suffered five drops in that game and let's look at the takeaway from the jets game Dak Prescott went up with a QBR and the jets game of seventy four Sam Darnold had the day of his life hit not down on every play by some jets blitzer because Greg Williams smell blood because there were neither tackle will blitz him every down and that's what they winter the Third World Hey what you should do if you want to break away scale just get like you look back then you see him pull it back up get bringing the three point line to come on guys again what did we see last year after he got Amari Cooper the last ten games not two games four games ten games of last year Dak Prescott lead this is at the jets and my quarterback went twenty eight of forty to seventy eight and did not turn it over one time while he's just getting harassed did and he brought them all the way back from twenty one three down to within a two point conversion of twenty four to twenty four and who scored the tying touchdown after they went the entire League incompletions he led the entire league on what are called catchable passes through the most casual passes and he was third in the hole the midway point they do their nfl all pro teams our first team he was on it because he was second he got honorable mention to Russell Wilson so they said Russell Wilson is the star of Stars at quarterback through the first half of the season and second the runner up first runner up is that guy number four has got well plays seventy five yards guess who the quarterback ran the ball millions of arms legs so nfl in what's called air distance how far does the ball traveled to the receiver so he was not drinking and Daqing over the last ten games they won eight of those games he was throwing it down the field to Amari Cooper so what have we seen so far this year he leaves the whole NFL and Qbr and pro football focus says those great quarterbacks accurate quarterbacks do that well how bad the Rogers Grief Homeboy I'm talking about which one Tom Brady did in the super bowl an had a sixty eight total QBR seventy four to sixty these them so my quarterback outplayed Sam Darnold on his best game at home at all okay and again the pass was right on the nose but you can't catch it when both your arms are being held without exaggeration adulation so can you swim with the turn to call skill if you don't mind me asking how many great quarterbacks go three straight games and score three points in the first half and eating how many before you know what pro football focus they actually think all four quarters and they're saying this guy rates second in the whole league still came within a two point conversion pass to Jason Witten on which he got mugged by Marcus May of the jets it was an absolute mugging at the goal line because they earth does three games scored three points at the half and there are four quarters than those game can you tell the people at home what happened to those games it's not my turn the giants Sam Darnold and the goddess skip one Halloween two weeks ago and he saw goes our little bit with Casper what kind of goals August no Tom Brady no breeze he's been hurt obviously you a movie Guy You and I both movie gas you remember seeing and silence of the lambs njit almost now okay thank you judy at all most of them in you get hot air what does the skilled look excuse how about that you want to be Miss Universe Miss I run a okay well guess he wasn't I run right Aaron Rodgers wasn't I I wasn't everybody knows in what I play not got a little goal in the hall of fame set out is probably almost certainly not russell head to head in a playoff game for all the marbles who outplayed him who had a better qbr and made more plays than Russell Wilson did we just saw last play oh my eat through one ball that should have been caught by Martin changed the whole Green Bay and I want to see it right now this is what Shannon Shaw calls a yards it counts four quarters he threw for three twenty nine in the second half alone. It's hard to do if you're inaccurate you can't throw for three twenty nine and a half I'm sorry this guy's really good I'm not saying he's brady or breeze or Aaron Rodgers he's not that he can win Super Bowl yeah he wilson bad bad pass it hits him can you catch that I think that's catchable which Shannon Sharpe of Amaury still talking about how I should have caught that ball because I don't like it I don't like what's happening with the children's windows and I have a bad dream tonight because you brought it up again that let him play let him just be a big Ole strong Jason Will you want you wanted to official to decide to gain like I would like to have the play over you let it play fairly you know avenue just erase it from my okay and he's you know he's like he's supposed to be he won't tell Him who buffalo bill and he'll make goes to this great little leg probably get the swimming you tell me it's not my turn their dad does complete passes but he leaves yards on the field performance of the first half of the season you can't you can't argue with that can't argue with you know what's giving you argue with on the and I'm glad you said there in the game uh well right just one game one guy one gay Waigel I'm saying three straight games because what we see here got him he's got a legit big time number one receiver is they vibe is OK deck is a good quarterback he's not that he's very good we not see it how do you explain it it's one game I'll play what about the for all what about the two games that Russell Play Dag remember the game that they lost in the the season I remember those games and Zeke had a couple of drops at about goodness the only did this yeah and he didn't have Amari Cooper yet didn't have him once he all three of those games in which he scored three points in the first quarter if you don't mind me asking can you tell the people at home because I don't know because everybody's GonNa have like you and I got like five TV's we wasn't all the Games so in other AH even F cowboy fans if they think that that Trescott had had a better season than Aaron Rodgers Russell Wilson my homeboy Desha the fifteen yard completion could be thirty are catching Bologna that's the biggest bunch of Baloney ever tried to sell our audience guys I just mentioned skill I can show you that he has and by the way we're gonNA talk about Aaron Rodgers and a little bit in his overrated do you think you could outrun our currency all right it was a wild world series game on the top that just keeps making you look back all real all these numbers are screaming that you're looking worse and worse if you ask anybody Rogers Aaron Jones Aaron Jones is better this year than he did it without Devante let's see how many games would let me see how many the games goal steak boys that would be reading twitter go to know is like as you see Lebron last night the astros jumped ahead early after pregnant hammered it proceeded to carry his bat to first base the nationals and took a three two lead after so shocked tipping his pitches they corrected after the first but he was tipping he thought in the first and apparently Alex Bregman knew what was coming your protest nationals manager Dave Martinez was thrown out while arguing that call and one better later Anthony rundown blasted a two run want soda who responded to Bregman with about flip to his first base coach things heated up even more in the seventh when the national straight Turner was called out for interfering you get all that guy's skip the nationals pull that off you mentioned I believe Alex Bregman pretty much lost the Astros it's on his way to I this led to a four and a half minute delay reviewing the rule itself and then even long delay trying to figure out if the game could be played game and very possibly the world series by quietly igniting the nationals in the bottom of the first last night because Stephen Strasburg said after the game he was changed the whole game cube but step in instead of having ball back here that way if you put it right there he he got it shoot you caught the ball now yeah shouldn't have been can win without Amari one because he doesn't really nice guy got bad guy doing this with built around and three undrafted free as well okay how how many quarters are there in football I forget you know because you're in the hall of fame there's a quarter though Oh do they count yeah do the second quarter on the third the Los Angeles times when I covered the dodgers back in the nineteen seventies here in La I have never seen anybody carried their bat all the way up the base Ed Meiring his blast but he was carrying his bat which made this way worse than any exaggerated rub it in bat at he jumped all over one and just crushed it to left field but then something happened I have never seen in for the record I started covering baseball's line to first base he tried to hand off like a baton to first base coach I miss connection so he actually rounded the bag with the bat still in his hand so not only was he back with six unanswered runs the rest of the way to win seventy to your thoughts on that I agree with you if funny how make a big deal of it Alex Bregman to his credit made a big deal after the game because he apologized because he knew it was way over the line and he said it's not the way I was taught to play the game homer to extend the nationals lead in Washington would hold onto win seventy-two forcing a game seven tonight in Houston who Stephen Strasburg or Dave Martinez the manager and they both after the game we did not like it but that team is united it's pulled together they didn't want Oh boy this this is what made you fall out we gave me what have you talked about better than Russellville K- who outplayed but he does handle himself with a very what I call positive arrogance that borders on cockiness and I think it just ran away with him because he thought that was the in play this made it the worst and it crossed the line I'd never seen anything like it and neither hello that was going to change the world right that was going to put them up to one instead it seemed to ignite the nationals Yup and they roared people seem to forget the rules of baseball these unwritten rule it's an unwritten when they're doing it oh that's the rule and then all of a sudden now he no you can't you don't have the was it just as it drew brees them do they believe that honestly I don't know how can I ask him how can I even do this do you know that could not should that should have thrown the past sure okay he threw a whole bunch of really good passes because in that game he threw for four hundred and sixty awed Jimmy gram tight end rely Donald J wit mall you tell me can't you couldn't outrun you right now your regime ah covered baseball but I watch baseball I know when you hit a home run you're not supposed to stand and stare all the bat but carry the ball script write a skit ride the troll watch one you might learn something though you look back and sleep well but he has not played he does hit passes that guys catch and they run with the guy running behind him and he pops open air in the guy kept it in the Road Yep Okay uncared bet the first base never seen if I was so skip outta hit me a home run out of care my bet all the way round the basis I wouldn't have minded that extra around supremely over okay he'd be my guy outplayed him who do the whole game even bear in Jones was the MVP of that game well how did you get skipping the toll the Kofi skip does the trollers that's not what L. polly whatever beat the clip with though the Night Okay Ever Dad Oh poor guy there's going to be the story skip he hit home run they win the world series he's probably going to be the MVP he took the first base but what he did that was their rallying cry uh-huh I'll steal my hands have been pouring their bregman the hallway but little did he know skip the nationals he had no idea what he was doing he owed affairs Vat okay so this is my pet peeve said this for years about baseball I still can't believe they let managers get away with throwing that we've seen guys we see steph curry issue to three he shimmied we think shoot threes they hold the polls in the score touchdown I could do whatever I won't we do this base and again my issue with the play was how long it took to quote unquote review it because it's not reviewable I don't know what they were kind of a fit thrown on the field because you have a lot of kids watching I think that's the wrong message Oh you can get away with that they're so many unwritten rules I mean scared he's being restrained by the bench coach restrain restraint until finally the language probably got so abusive that he says you're out of here right because if you can understand why he returner was too much in the baseline he stayed too much in the baseline too long that's just my take on this and I think the home plate umpire was right to say you were out because it made doing it took five minutes but it seemed like minutes right and air win out of the game and the truth is Anthony Ringtone immediately he would get too technical so it will cost team point yeah right yes and the ball right okay so there are definite harsh penalties in place in basketball and football came out Clayton kershaw takes way more abuse I don't know exactly why because it has been ingrained in the national consciousness that he's a choker in the but in baseball you are allowed to go out and look like you WanNa fight dragged the home plate umpire whichever empire right and it goes on and on and it with so far probably if you tried to fighting two things would happen to yells would four you'd wind up with thirty yards of penalties and you would be assume you could be objected as now but in baseball all the rules seem to be unwritten well what you can and can't do well you can't show up the other team because the pitchers got a weapon and you call that you call that in this game I got that but I can't believe baseball has the eye sore allows the eyesore of of the upset this is the world series that you lose this game and you're going home there's no more tomorrow and he's like I don't feel my run I don't feel attornal did anything wrong okay to call any got the call right ask you I can understand why Martinez was so upset because that could cost them the game you lose you lose the world series on a call the Houston Astros now Justin verlander is now Owen six in the world series seven starts in seven starts in clearly he's a hall of fame pitcher back where kershaw employs he got skilled once you get that rain from two years ago a lot of things seem to get swept up under the oh season but just in Burland all he does is come up small in the postseason in this this postseason alone one in five so the Astros have gotten two games even though the throw John smoltz say on our Fox telecast said we were taught as pitchers to try to hit the runner if he's leaning in the baseline like you can get the call and you'll get whatever that is not a rule in the blue book for now I can't celebrate hitting a home run but which brings us to the losing pitcher seven of the world series in spite of Justin verlander with get here's why I think Jefferson Burland who's gotten a break if because if you look at him I do think Somehow Justin burland get some pass here because it's not become a big story that he's come up that small in so many big big stage okay game with over okay but if Sean Payton runs on the field and gets in the referees face and wants to fight him right there what starts happening yellow starts yelling right you would rogue about how bad maybe actually being so kershaw's nine eleven in the postseason but he's just one and two in the world series so he's not Owen sick right one and two right the law more Rivera you look at all these pitches skip when you do it in this stage at this moment that's true this is how you live for perpetuity which brings us to tonight game seven Tantrum on the field because it looked like he wanted to fight right didn't look like yeah let's throw down right there questions not because I have the nationals because I think they have become the meant to be teamed postseason they just keep surviving I like the you've been hitting the dirt because by the Militant Bang right in high tie you are exactly right about that so this led to the most controversial play of the night which is the play for we know that he did win one Cy Young Award and won MVP but he has been much more of a disaster to me in the postseason than the dodgers Clayton Kershaw just say for the sake of argument the play that happened in the NFC championship game half of the Super Bowl what the hell you think a coach okay probably GonNa fight that's the world series doc baseball off the hook for the blunder rat hole thing andled does he he crushed one and that sort of rendered that whole thing moot but to me occurs had their way with the grizzlies last night eighty went off dropping forty points and twenty rebounds in thirty one minutes this is the fastest player game seven tonight seven thirty eastern on Fox I am so looking for Saddam Anthony Davis and the old even scratched the surface yet we're now joined by Fox. NBA Analysts Chris Bruce Good morning how impressive he leaves the postseason strikeouts he passed moten or early in the playoffs but he's fourteen and five in the first two rounds with a two point eight er a so he said Lakers franchise record twenty six made free throws on only twenty seven attempts Lebron had twenty three points in the win and said that eighty hasn't on Fox that measures are versus green. I got national you do I got back got Mad Max real I'm taking searchers really yeah you also do own it prize games in a row in that happened last night and I think it's going to be the first time in MLB NBA or Nhl there you go fascinating but what I like most physically was his drive into the basket the dribble drive and he didn't finish most of those because he got fouled but I like it was like okay you don't you all the way around all the way around boy Dave Martinez said he did not like soda carrying his down there in fact that ESPN fourteen and five two point two eight three okay but he's fourteen and eleven overall on the biggest stage he's Oh and said this but more than anything if I'm a Laker fan this is what I I like most the fact that he played the fact that he played through the physical pain change the slider he got all the pitcher he's got it all but can you stay healthy he seemed to have put it together and when you do get that's how pitchers make their name pitchers the one from Lebron was a tremendous play even the throat at pass I like that from Lebron and obviously finished the reverse layup dunk he he was scratch on Sunday he's got some more a bitten warmer than what they thought they might have to save situation hope he didn't leave too much in the bullpen togetherness I like their unity I like their little kid celebrations they do in their dugout I think they have some mo Jo agree with you but anytime that guy early as me obviously look physically he was obviously great there's no question about it most of his Basque Isr at the Rim with Alli I four seasons up and so the fact that he played last night was huge he had every reason in the world not to play early in the years to create a shot so I like that for me but for all the great physical things twenty six or twenty seven free throws I mean that's phenomenal it is not only so the fact that he played through it I think speaks to two things one he wants to dispel that perception and too I think this is the influence Lebron I almost think there's an unspoken agreement between him unspoken whereas Lebron is like look I'm going to make you the best player you can be we're going to run the offense through you reached forty twenty in a game since minutes were I tracked in Nineteen fifty one crazy Davis is only the six acre ever to have a forty twenty game and not the controversial call no but we dig a little drama Bergman thank you thank you for taking the back to first base that's the way to follow the way to follow it up and I think I think he's in New Orleans he probably doesn't play last night but I think not only being with Lebron la but being a part of clutch and having saft throw it to him in the post you don't just have to pass it to him and he'll hit a mid range jumper or three he was taken off the dribble and I think they're going to need that ability make a quarterback of post-season pitchers in the postseason Jat Mars we saw what he did with the twins get he made a name if you can do it on the big stage in the world series ask in Strasbourg made a name for himself he's easing Lee has yet that's the Thanksgiving you knew he had the talent he has one hundred mile an hour fastball. You're going to lead us in scoring maybe MVP this year whatever it's going to be your team what I want from you is one hundred percent effort and commitment James William and I don't I don't want to turn this into Lebron discussion but Lebron is an iron man no matter what what you say about him he did ironman right and I think of the injury because we know that's his reputation air people around the League there will tell you he soft and we know he missed seventeen games on average uh-huh I I I enjoyed watching that scrimmage against Long Beach State the Phoenix Cody Okay and what would happen in basketball if if Frank Vogel ran onto the floor after that play we saw last he'd be tossed but assures it takes to mount he's not happen he's tough man he's a No hitter waiting to happen he he has electric stuff now he's going to be he's going to be juiced hopefully Knicks Phoenix's Charles Barkley and John I but you know look this is what we knew he was capable of doing right now if Clinton Katie had gotten hurt before the Western Conference finals now all bets are off but if they can Katie with healthy enough to play a lot of that except the the has value and now he's playing for something he realizes that he has a real realistic chance at getting to winning NBA Eighty well I told Shin don't worry about the Lakers they going to be all right all right we already had a parade golden no vaccine to Lebron just seeing how hard he works off the court to get in shape I think that's rubbing off on I think it was good elective aggressive new skills hey he's got a fifty nine twenty game but when you do that the purple and gold there's something about when you do something as big in the purple and goal it has meaning Anthony Davis on how Lebron has reduced Anthony's workload during games and here's the quote this is just knowing that I'm probably GonNa Fascinating Look in the thing the drama that we wanted was not the kind of drama that we got last night we want to draw his home runs nip and Tuck ballgames take the grizzlies dismembered it's all about the play offs loan management like nobody really could have criticized we would've said Oh here we go again he saw actually you now honestly if you're the first base you forget you bet oh I'm sorry did I forget forget easy either replay the whole third quarter and then kind of sit a little bit through the fourth I try to tell Lebron like this is your time just go out and be you you're and Lebron is the second fiddle that's how that resonates as a second fiddle quote toward Lebron and Lebron is not going to love it if this kind of stuff keeps is quote via the athletic this is from two days ago so it was ahead of the Memphis game last night would you I'm sorry the Long Beach State game this is up from a d. because it's talk it's seems like he's big brother to aging little brother like we we pay here that him up and run in the game with over from all departments of the third quarter score was a d twenty Memphis twenty and yet Anthony Davis I impressed by Lebron really just conceding the spotlight I really lags you brought that up you go there you go there you go because he has a hurt shoulder putting the ball court put it on the floor going to the rim collide going to bang shoulders like you know what I play do it why did he came out wire thank you. Will you think you're going to do that only Brian it's early early early of the Portland series he's phenomenal I mean you know they started keeping minutes count in Nineteen fifty one does it is the fastest anybody forty twenty game but it sounds like I need you robin just just go out and do your Robinson I gotTa do it sells like East talking like he's the superstar the third quarter it's impossible because WHO's ever shot eighteen nobody ever shoots eighteen in the third quarter to do the math times four what if he shot eighteen every quarter in what this could be is an kind of a reverse of magic and Kareem where Magic Kerry Kareem Kareem was older now the one James Harden can get on a roll but but he's the only one I've ever seen that kind of a role he makes twenty six twenty seven but the key was he makes eighteen straightens the last night last night what you do know you're allowed to have a bad game game or a bad quarter to good team award one basket in the second half one basket in scored forty points out and you do that he shot eighteen free throws into third quarter alone that's the NBA record and I think the thing is like you said had he been New Orleans probably would not have played because like I mean New Orleans when you put a beef cow number 'cause it's not like they had a forty twenty it would have been a legitimate they would've been legitimate excuse I think you saw him with the thing on his shoulder on the bits they were not sure whether he could play or not and it was a game time decision said Frank Vogel going all the way up to game time last night but to your point and to your point he darla game so he can be a little brittle because that doesn't seem like the kind of action that would cause you to really hurt your shoulder but you never know right and he toughed it out and because he made all eighteen to your point it's hard to make five straight free throws because it starts working on your psyche like wait a second I gotTa Make It oh you show me up he will be on TV showing meal ticket. You'll bet oh I forgot I forgot I had tonight and did win the MVP the regular season Magic's rookie year people forget right Oh he was the early on all right I buy that but I remind you he's a good free throw shooter eighty percent career but mentally that's tough once you hit ten an Arro- you started new for miss or you know so that shows the mental toughness it's a little bit because I do not consider that big because he's not that tall what does he listed at now I think he's six ten right to your point he did that now we'll this linger will this be nagging you know what's going on you look when you think about it with average height until he became a senior that just my memory fades score against the clippers in the fourth quarter helped me out skipped one for to you do minutes can you imagine Baylor's if he played in five minutes into the fall quarter I think he finished twenty five will he had a whip he had a will average ah over right I mean it was the only one shot would they went piloting free throw stop pilot and move your feet uh-huh productive because this guy hooked but you know magic extended that champion window for Korea this could be that Lebron ad extended he got older coming he'll be coming out of the box ninety nine so in no world series headed the road team ever won six game light through it in his court after the game it was bothering me a lot it was very sore of his shoulder which he hurt hanging on the rim on a failed dunk attempt late in the Scott leads the league in Qbr but some still see flaws and quarterbacks game when assessing quarterback midway through the season one anonymous values is not well he said he didn't want to start off being used Memphis Memphis you wanted to go small I think he is a middle of the road guy that's always going to be up and down box Centerville analyst James Harrison is now with us James Are you sold the first Lebron not even really looking for shot all he's known as trying to get the ball the ad he's trying to feed him I mean he had two thousand twelve at the half so you know it's just a matter of time with you're gonna be able to play alone to get to forty now I didn't envision twenty eight in the third quarter I thought he was eventually get that the game was gonna stay close but then they end up blowing the game wide open they go on a twenty Oh this story about a while she picked me to be there or you're gonna be the MVP Neil and I believe twenty eight fourteen in two and a half with fifty six wins would ship deep that if he ever really thought that's a look golden state head that pain going on you wouldn't coming out of the West it wasn't happening unless two of those guys got her ooh twenty five right it'd be Special Lebron's these Games skip the brawn we got we don't play through him if we Nash Dirk yes they they weren't last night but they won the game they got a big two-day throw a ball by Luke Luke I got a little Joe Montana how do you look at gives New Orleans Russell Wilson made deck Prescott looked like Joe Montana his whole career he's got only seven games this over what three hundred yards he's got thirty three games that are actually over two hundred but he's still got nineteen games that are under two hundred yards I mean my chest I hear that that's interesting I I I hope the Brown didn't see that this is your time just Kobe you we are Robin thing for you see who old guard Lebron Dhamar yeah absolutely absolutely tomorrow he's laughing we all were removed I needed like seven eight inches lose a guard until maybe he grew too much too quick navy and everything connected like supposed to be okay we call him a Laker big man I want he can't do that and he hasn't done and a half years in the league he has the second best starting quarterback record to that guy up in foxborough second-best and the auto time well he's had him take you here comes down and then there goes San Antonio on Sunday let's see what strikes happy Luke Luke suffers from Dallas Ezekiel one hundred yards in almost a half one hundred in passing game index still can't pull through something to get that the game can play safety helped me out listen I could play wrote. This is the first time I've ever heard of James Harrison middle of the road just ask he's like anymore here's the thing sometimes great quarterbacks what they can do you didn't go to twenty eighteen what what happens Zeke's there and he's back against the twenty sixth ranked at twenty eighth rank and the thirtieth they make Donna look like Joe Name for one day he had the day of his life and you'll never have another had they replaced him with Chaz Green who couldn't block me go he's not in the league this does go ahead go ahead in that whole like I say he is not he is not a franchise quarterback he's not a guy that's a franchise James Harrison later questioned his accuracy saying quote in my opinion he is not naturally accurate and when things tighten up he has games like he did against the jets. Jerry Jones said I'M GONNA make the move of the year I'm GonNa go get Amari Cooper boom my quarterback took off and so did the football team my quarterback was the driving force of the last ten I mean he had the best offensive line in football through has led the League in Russia in two thousand seventeen best football okay tariffs media go out but Friday 'cause we will handle that on Sunday the Marcus to talk about just for the market or we got some other Guy Murray GonNa kiss average that's you want a franchise quarterback got a defense and got everything else he he didn't have the he wouldn't have nothing no game let's go to the Games one hundred yards with one hundred yards they usually on deck I'M NOT DOWN ON DECK IS APPOINTING MASS escape you road road all those about Zeke because you tell me he's not a franchise quarterback and the reason they win Zeke Elliott well how did they go three three three out I don't know you tell me role in man games what happened helped me out Zeke was wrong so they go three and five Zeke is carrying that male drive and the game watch the clock in right right what can get away Scot is look like Brett farve against Aaron Rodgers every time they play they don't know how but William who will tell me you don't have an answer we're all Z. if you let me tell you know you'll be talking on this is not about Zeke this is about the accuracy and quarterback is the most important position he's the most value telling me it's not you tell me Erin dolls the best player in pro football so you do not accept that premise some of the stuff that we didn't have it what happened well they had nobody only because here's the thing this is what I know in twenty six on Ms Lawn with Zeke business where you make your bones you see when you don't have to tie Smith there I said Elliot where was he how can you I'm going to turn the question back on you why can Zeke Elliott score three three and three in the first orders in those games the only reason about that Aaron Donald Tiny explained he says the quarterback position is the most valuable. That's what I say you disagree okay you're in the hall I'm not okay did tell me this the basketball he's a star John Wick threes by just the golden donkey he get the ball we know we were why you only score with three points in the Perth area Rogers Okay Zeke where was he was he out there no I saw I saw Aaron Jones accuracy that is tattooed on his forehead like a bad label erroneously under fairly bad label tattooed inaccurate across his forehead he led the whole nfl and what are called catchable passes because he's hitting everybody right here and let's go back to the harsh sarcastic negative corey okay it's it's some lazy quote from some evaluator who just doesn't even watch Dak and he dug in early on fourth round pick he can't throw he's inaccurate he and it is so absolutely wrong because over those last ten games last year after he got Amari Cooper he simply led the whole NFL incompletions evaluates each quarterbacks play through the halfway point they picked their midseason all protein Russell Wilson got first team all pro all he does do is win but all he does is keep dominating statistics because I told you what he did the last ten games last year and now over the first seven games this year quarterback got to deflect tell me when Charlie thank you take off Dak Prescott suffers from this myth of in that team in Russia and in five quarterback Shannon order back quarterback quarterback had nobody to throw to for the first eight games on that opinion because it's a ghost opinion beach guy yeah. This quarterback has become the most under appreciated over criticized quarterback in the history of this league because wrote some some early said he's really lazy because if you watched you'd give up the ghost accuracy early in the jets game and came away impressed at the quarterbacks toughness after Prescott kept coming back down up down like he was yeah he's not like when you think big you'd think shack will thank you Korean so he yeah he doesn't play the final he a franchise quarterback as a franchise quarterback goes out there and wins you games all wins out else he can win it by his lonesome if he has to in happened to Lebron who's GonNa Guard Robin I think marketing manager you remember the you remember the day tomorrow in Toronto Britt protect go three straight Gilkes Gordon three points three points three months you tell me that the driving force of team Ezekiel trashes and four although the quotas Mike Sando writes in the athletic that is not necessarily the prevailing opinion another evaluator praise Prescott for his he leaves the whole League. QBR You cannot be inaccurate and lead this league in fact the football focus yeah he's there was no up down because against the jets Michael Gal drop three passes they dropped five total and they didn't have either star tackles because look at what happened after he thank you and if this had been a regular season game by the next time up he would have been duck in the super bowl so I can go out play BP right I just WanNa know why does it franchise quarterback branch Greg Williams said boy you would have licked your chops in this game he just said we're coming after you every time every pass he threw somebody was hitting him in the face or knocking him down saw him just take the whole game over wow he's the MVP the other areas as you see what happened when they lose Zico vk running the ball All wrestling okay well he can run the ball to which he finally did to put them back in position to win this game but all he did is bring them from twenty one to three down the I would right now going forward Aaron's getting up there and go out and walk I'll take him going forward and let's go back to that jets game in which has got just second team honorable mention that Prescott that's ahead of Aaron Rodgers drouet played Aaron Rodgers issue I do I do you would say that interest games and they won eight of what's up I'm not GONNA even go back to last year almost stick to the I won't keep you can't go back to last year because you can't defend what happens Anthony Davis minced his to media sessions ahead of last night's game that will cost him some man we we gonNA cover that but he missed them because football straight bribe real health now owns hang him on a day when the defense did not show up it was pathetic what happened because the jets but rannells defense here but here's the thing in his Qbr for that game was seventy four Sam Darnold had the day of his life and his Qbr was sixty eight seventy four to sixty eight so my guy ended up out flats of of one that was as courageous a quarterback performance as I've ever seen I've been watching football a lot longer than you to combine played football combined so you just later probably find somebody else in the draft and then all right who's the leader of my football team who's one of the best leaders in sports debating that and by the way back to the jets game Lee last or who looks more electric to you who catches it runs with it better right and ask you what did you see on Sunday night Aaron Aaron Jones is a different type of running back in the okay do they pay I it's interesting the running back why because they knew without him we had those shovel the quarterback didn't go to Kabul he could have video went to Kabul they'll be guys outplayed him he has overall four games my guy has a better than he has no all four of those games are all four combined let's combine them there is a valuable right now okay I think Jones take away you'll find out yeah he's the best I got right none of them no no he's it's little old and my quarterback just keeps listen. The quarterback is the driving force do quarterback who did they pay Jio is one thing James Cossack the quarterback but with James Get the added bonus is taking the ball away from the quarterback see when you just thought about it I get a completion the mentor politicking that politics he's a little quicker and more lucid than Zeke is Zeke's turned in is where he could have put any money and quarterback's throw union addresses the game I saw Aaron Rodgers stolen the other night that Miss Jimmy Graham ten yards all oh so bleak is a week of the book I would get your telling me to right now Aaron Jones or Z. Kelly's mantle of the best win you beat Miami did you see my Amiel Monday night on fourteen enough go back and look the play it's an absolute he got tackled by the balls I'm saying see you looking at it like okay he thought about receiver catches the ball I'm saying he leaves yards on the Eh with her four months he did that was an unbelievable performance that day degree of difficulty with five drops to bring him back with added on my menu I gotTa Short Menu on my restaurant Y'all you get the nails I almost and maybe I took that up as well if guy had Aaron Jones at running back maybe you point conversion pass up on which Marcus may mugged Justin I mean Jason Wrist Thinner two point conversion issue I sat back in awe let me say this I think of argument baseball says with I'm a pitcher asked right got twenty seven but I give doc I got a lot of good players did you see that was team all pro team they had the first team cornerback the redskins did stop it well they did the polls Aaron Rodgers on some of these other great quarterbacks hit the guy in stride and they get a thirty yard run and he had an accuracy she was at all like he can't is it hasn't been a bunch of times trubisky didn't play in the great will skip can rise above guy he did he did he brought him back he brought them all the way back to overall how do I don't know I don't know if Zeke is going to take this light he's okay he's the best guy but he's he's lost a little quickness east team just took them apart because my quarterback played at a really high level just as he did twice last so he outplayed Carson Wentz twice and the quarterback do your eagles dismantled he did what he did because we are talking coup why I know this one it's personal for you in a Lotta ways how much have you seen quite improve by the way he's still yeah no not once did not once did he cough up the footman means under fire line canzone more than the opposing team August would he's played better the whole audience as best I can't believe over hype and you're trying to remember years ago game winning home run what the hell am I doing. What did the quarterback give up that day helped me out the way what you're saying he did he throw an interception that day at the Jazz I have never ever seen a superstar a potential best player in the game of his time improve as much as this guy has sixteen now well my guy has out back the three games they played against three or four four four one Thank you look what I found God's done they'll do that skill you can prepare for you to sit there and say you're going to go take that over Leonard has become arguably the best player in the League and now has two finals. MVP to back him up Hornets head coach flashes of it I watch this guy play only one college game but I did following in San Diego state I'll watch him play Jim for debts team in their conference final and they just blew due to go a glass here's my bottom line to watching this guy as closely as I've watched him draft fifteenth overall because that move shocked the whole league and all the draft experts nobody saw that coming R C Buford I always tell you guys best gm he was drafted fifteenth overall by the San Antonio Spurs in all my years of watching the NBA covering it loving the NBA since he was drafted never because all the other superstars at least flashed some of their greatness when they were in college even if it was just for a year you saw the passing I didn't see any shooting at all because he had no real shot so I couldn't see anything that has now emerged and I definitely couldn't see it after mouth and they were all over he had a long night that night but this guy did not catch my eye when he played for San Diego State because this guy could really defend say Carson Winston now wait a second Dak Prescott has out three times in beaten three straight times own worst inc you what you got awfully philly loves home away from Home Rajagopalan Cowboys Home Way Amanda Factor Ask Ball has the best I for talent in all basketball you know he went down and Tony Parker at the bottom of the first round job at the bottom of the second round we could go on and on and but he was mostly just an athlete who could dunk little bit rebounding to average two assists a game so I didn't but this one he gave up George Hill for