32 Burst results for "Bartholomew"

Greenwood Police: The Real Hero Was Citizen Who Stopped Shooter

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Greenwood Police: The Real Hero Was Citizen Who Stopped Shooter

"Now we've got some we've got some audio we will play and we will get to from the police department. Again, this is cut number 7. But I'm going to tell you the real hero of the day is the citizen that was lawfully carrying a firearm in that food court and was able to stop the shooter almost as soon as he began. What can you tell us about him? I'm sure you want to tell us his name that'd be great, but I'm sure I can tell you that he's a 22 year old mill from Bartholomew county. And that is all that I can release at this time. There you go. 22 year old young man. Great American patriot. You know, as interesting, I posted this on the Twitter feed yesterday. And it was one of those things that goes viral. Every now and again, we have some viral stuff, and this one had like down to tens of thousands of people weighing in on it. And a lot of these woke evangelicals. These never Trump Christians were very offended that I would call this guy a good Samaritan. And one of the people in particular said a good Samaritan would not go and shoot people. No, that's not about shooting people. It's about protecting people. And by the way, that's what the good Samaritan did.

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Greenwood Police Chief: The Real Hero Was Citizen Who Shot the Suspect

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 7 months ago

Greenwood Police Chief: The Real Hero Was Citizen Who Shot the Suspect

"Once again, the Second Amendment prevails. Once again, Americans are reminded of the obvious solution to mass shootings. In public places, and here is a textbook example. It's worth playing again. Let me play it again. Here's the Greenwood police chief James eisen talking to reporters after a would be mass shooter is taken out by a good guy with a gun. Listen to this. Elio's reporting, self reporting from home when they heard about it. I am PD S.W.A.T. team members were here just as quick as ours were. It was a very, very fast response, but I'm going to tell you the real hero of the day is the citizen that was lawfully carrying a firearm in that food court and was able to stop the shooter almost as soon as he began. What can you tell us about him? If you wanted to let us name that'd be great, but I can tell you that he's a 22 year old male from Bartholomew county. And that is all that I can release.

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"bartholomew" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

02:07 min | 7 months ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"So the red claws that are, I forgot if they changed their name or not. But I assume. Yeah, I assume that he's still in Maine. This season, but I'm excited to see him play and see what his athleticism can bring to the table. And I think they don't play the thunder at all, but jet holmgren is like the star of the summer league so far. You know I'm not a believer yet. You're not a big, you're not a big shed home. Yeah, that's fine. You're just jealous. He's got to hit the weight room. Let's see. I can't wait until he has to guard a real NBA player in the post and see what happens to him. Get it pushed into the first row by some guy in the summer league last night, and everybody's hyping this kid. Look, I just don't see it. All right, anyways, so next week, I am actually taking a much needed vacation for once in my life. So we're not going to have the podcast next week because I'm going to be in lovely Martha's Vineyard on a beach somewhere. Getting some very necessary R and R before we get going in training camp. So we'll take the week off next week, and then we'll be back the following week with our typical Tuesday, Thursday, and we'll go right into training camp with it. But we'll have some stuff on the channel to keep you until then and when I'm away and we'll still stay in the loop and hopefully fingers crossed the Patriots don't make any major major moves while I'm gone. If they do, then I will have my laptop with me on the island and you know the drill. Well, figure out something, but hopefully we'll be able to take the week off next week and get some very necessary break in before training camp picks up and then we'll have all our training camp preview coverage starting the following week, which will be the week before trading camp. And then we're going to get right into it. So we're looking forward to it and we'll keep you guys updated if we do have a show next week if there is any roster moves that are worth talking about. But plan on seeing us again on Tuesday the following week. So until then signing off for Alex Bartholomew and Lazar, thanks for watching everybody and we'll see you in a couple of weeks.

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"And as I said earlier, I'm very much in the same mindset with my own running right now and I think it's hard for people to understand how anything could be better than winning and being at the top and being the one that people are like, oh, look, you know, look at what this person is doing at the front, but as you said, you're carving your own path you're doing your own thing and that doesn't mean you won't jump into races. But I really love this part two of you. And so with that, you've been through a bit of a tough time recently with finding you had some you'll have to tell me the name of the cancer that was in your eye which has been removed and you're in the process of or I guess you're in your processing your recovering that tell the listeners about what happened there and how did you emotionally handle that as a new challenge? Yeah, definitely. I mean, it's just been such a wild year. I kind of felt the larp pins would be the hottest thing I'd do this year, and then I was throwing this kind of challenge. And I think the hardest thing was that we prepare for race as we prepare for big challenges and mentally you're in a good headspace. And I actually went to the doctor to get my blood test back to check my iron levels like every runner does. And I sold this new Doctor Who had not seen and he said, something's on your eye. We've got to get this checked and it went from that to right. This is going to be like a four week kind of process because we're going to need to cut it out and then we're going to it's quite a special thing on your eyelid. It's not like just like a bit of skin that we can just graph from somewhere else. This is in the tissue, which is really special. And so we need to preserve it so that it was kind of this special operation that was a two day two part over two days thing. And then kind of my eye was in stitch closed for two weeks. And then I actually like just over a week ago, I had it cut back open. And I think that it really made me one have this great appreciation for our senses. You know, whenever you lose something, you're just like, oh my God, it's like if you have a cold, you know, and you can't smell, and you're just like, I just want to be out of smell the good food in front of me. All I was, I just wanted to see what was on my left because I couldn't for three weeks or two weeks. I was just walking into things and being hit by balls that were coming at me from the left. And I think for me, it was one of those things where it was like, I can't change this. This is like, obviously, it's really terrible thing..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"I haven't felt like the need to be wearing a particular thing. I haven't you know, we've had to be creative with, okay. How about I rake the leaves so that my kids have a pile of least to jump in? That's something that normally I think I'd be like, I'll do that another day. You know? But it does force you to yeah, think about what matters and how to be present and yeah, like who you are. I know that was a theme running through the movie running out, which I have not seen yet, but I will put links in the show notes and I'm going to go watch it. Myself, but tell our listeners a bit about what this I've completely forgotten the name of the challenge you did and yeah, tell them a bit about the movie itself. Yeah, so in March this year, I mean two boys, Josh linea and Brian Hans, we went up to the northern territory, which is in the middle of Australia. It's about a four hour flight, but we took a two hour flat and then drove for two days into the middle of Australia into the heart center. And I had always heard about the lyra pen to trail, which is a 231 kilometer track that runs tool from Alice springs. And I guess what I was looking for was I say a pilgrimage because I felt like it represented this new beginning. I really wanted to my dad's suggested this actually. I mean, what dad suggests that you should go around pretty well. I want to get onto your relationship in a minute. I'm so amazed by your relationship anyway. Yes, he's incredible man. But so he said, what you need to do Lucy is you need to go back to why you started running. You know, when you were 15 and you were running around on the trails, it was always about community and it was about exploring places, exploring yourself, kind of pushing those boundaries and doing it in a way that kind of is just true to you, which I've always said if I never raced another day in my life, I would still run. I don't. I don't love the right thing. I like it. I enjoy it every now and then, but it's not a defining thing for me in my sport. And so this gap in lockdown opened up and I'd met Josh and Brian at a small trip I'd done in a previous in between lockdowns. And I was like, guys, we're going. I've got it sorted. Let's go. So my training going into running this track was one hour a day, 5 K is from home. Like I was not in a shape to round that race around that track sorry, but my coach said to me, David roach, he said, Lucy, when it gets over that kind of 50 K mark, it becomes so much less about being fit. It becomes about being uninjured and about being stoked. And I was like, I am both of those things. I'm not injured because I haven't run that much, and I've been able to do all this silly foam rolling that I know I need to do every day. I actually do it in lockdown. And I'm stoked because all I want to do is run more than 5 kilometers from my house and for more than an hour. And here I have this opportunity. And so we went up and we started..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"And I was like, I can wake up and I can put on different clothes. And I can wear my hair differently. And this is like, I do my one hour running a day, 5 kilometers from home, which we're at rules. And I can just the rest of that 24 hours, 23 hours in the day. I can be anything. And it was just like this really empowering. It sounds crazy, 'cause I was like, I can't go anywhere with you anything, but here I am in my house being black. I am a blank slate. Every day I'm a canvas for what I want to represent. And I think that that was just like, it gave me opportunity to explore new things. I wrote a cookbook because I was like, I'm so passionate about this and I'm always asking for recipes. So here's a cookbook and it's sold out and was just insane. And then like you say, I dreamt up this trip to the Lara pinter to the northern territory and this kind of long pilgrimage that I wanted to represent all the things I am and to put out a pace that was completely authentically who I am and not at all curated and just about the food happy sides. I wanted to share the full slide that happens when you go out into the mountains. And yeah, it was just like, I felt like a pandemic, obviously it was an incredibly challenging time for so many and myself. This is probably the positivity. There was definitely days where I was like, who am I? If I'm not racing and running in one hour a day, what is that? Well, I wore them up in an hour, you know? Can I have a little longer? But once I sunk into that, just like sinking into that experience in Nepal, I was just like, this is an opportunity. This is a great time for me to just reset and represent what I want. And that's a way from brands and logos and clothing and this need to log miles every day and instead by let's just log like experiences and making people smile under their masks, you know? Like be that cheerleader without the race, just kind of say something to someone and I think that that really kind of opened my eyes to how I want to move in the future. So beautifully said, thank you so much for sharing that. And I've told you this and hopefully be well out of my system when this comes out, but so I currently have COVID. My kids got it, and did I tell you that part? I told you about my kids, but I don't know if I told you. So I have it. And so the same is what you said. How many days am I in? Maybe I think it's a week today. Yeah, we've been inside. And I've gone out for outside my house, but that's really about it. And every day, I haven't felt the need to sort out my hair..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Absolutely agree. I love that. Thank you so much for sharing that. So between 2019, you said about the pandemic being a good time to take the pressure off that took through what did how did your journey unfold during the course of the pandemic? Now we can get on to talk about the challenge adventure that you took in March, was it of this year? But you can work your way up to that. But how did you heal that relationship with running during that time? Yeah, so I got one racing in 2019 and that was the Tata we were a hundred K and again like I was so sure that new year, I was going to be ready. I was going to be like, my heart was going to be back in it and I just suffered through another hundred kilometers and felt like I let people down felt like I let myself down. So from New Zealand, I flew to Nepal, and I went to Nepal to put on a camp, but also I had a week beforehand. And I found this kind of like retreat is not what they would call it, but I think it's a very western way to say. And it was like this mindful silent retreat, which is something I've always been super into. Yeah, so I went to this place and I arrived with my Solomon rucksack and just in my Solomon running kit. And I were like, cool, like just pop your clothes and everything and just put this robe on and you'll get that stuff back in a week. And I remember being like, like are we not going running? Am I not going to be able to go into the night? I'm in Nepal. I'm here to see the Himalayas. And they kind of said, and he said to me, he goes, you know, we come and we have our clothing, our clothing is our representation of who we are..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"There was quite a few or this year 2021 in general, there's been quite a few female athletes who have said enough is enough my body is okay. Like you said my heart is not in it. My head is not in it. I am not in it. I need to I need to do this for me and I need to be on the sidelines. And we saw I don't know if they showed it in Australia, but here in the U.S., we saw Simone Biles be like an amazing cheerleader. She didn't soak off and stomp away and say, well, I'm not doing this, so I'm not going to support anyone else, but she stayed with her teammates and supported. And I started my business. I started running for real within a month of quitting running when I quit because of not having a period and just reaching that burnout point and people always said to me, how did you, how did you dive into supporting other people when you weren't running yourself, but I really think there's something magic there about being there for others when you're stuff, maybe we don't want people to unravel, but when your heart has fallen out of love with the sport. So I'd love for you to talk a little bit about that part because I don't think that's disgusting enough. Yeah, definitely. I think for me, you know, I've always, when I've been in the sport when I joined when I was 15, I wasn't allowed to do a lot of events. Obviously, the minimum age for in Australia for all to running a trail running as 18. And so for a lot of those events, I would go, my dad would race, and I would be on the sideline. And when I started to realize, is that you can be on the sideline and you can just be miserable about the fact that you're not in the race. Or you can be on the sideline, and you can make people's day. And you can make a huge impact. And by you just high fiving someone or cheering or even like if you read someone's name off their bib, first, they're just that you actually know them personally. You think you know them personally. But it brings a smile to their face. And what I realized is that the races that where I was on the side, I would get way more messages after people being like, oh, I just love the way you helped thanks for helping me with my bottles or thanks for the high 5 or the just being loud and cheering. You know, it was just nice to have the atmosphere and brought a smile to my face. And the races that I raced at, obviously, I want to race and I want to push myself. And so I don't have that chance to be a part of other people's day. And I think that's something that for ten years in the sport, I've been like, I don't always want to be on the start line. Sometimes I just want to be there to feel someone else's bottles up. And to just say something to someone, because when I'm racing, I know how much I appreciate that as well. And I believe, you know, pay it forward. Commerce good. And if you're nice to people, people will be nice to you. And I think that when I was my heart fell out and fell out of running, which fell out. I had no idea. Yeah, not literally..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Look at my watch for 9 hours of the first western states I did, because I was just loving it. I was so excited. There was an article who written about me that was like, Lucy's Lucy ran west instead like a bringing home a golden retriever for the first time. She was just wide eyed, super stoked just like looking everywhere. High 5 and everyone. And I was. I was just so kind of like, oh my God, I can't believe I'm in this position. I didn't come here to leave the race. I'm in front of Courtney freaking dual water. What is going on? And then, but in 2019, you know, I looked at my watch for the first time, probably a mile in and went all we've done, you know? The moment I did that I knew. This is just gonna be a day where I'm just gonna be like, oh, at this point, I remember feeling really good last year and I don't feel that. And I was just it was comparison. And I was in the top ten for like 80 miles. You know, I wasn't having a bad race. But I was in a bad space. And you can't outrun a bad space. And I remember picking up my brother and he'd been so keen to paste me. And he was the only reason why I kept running was because I was like, I just want Josh to run from forest hill down to the river with me and share that with him. And then once you're at the river, you might as well just get to the finish line. And it became more about being stubborn. And I remember staling McCrae picking me up and she paced me the year before and we'd absolutely crushed that last bit. And that year in 2019, we walked and I just was like a foul person to be around. And it was a very humbling experience, but it made me think I never want to be in that position again where I don't respect the race distance, respect the race, respect the people, the B I'm wearing. I could have given that to someone else that year and that you could have had an amazing experience because I said I regret it, I don't, because I learned so much from it, but it was kind of like definitely I finished that and then I pulled out of the two races that I had after that because I was like, I don't love this anymore and I've always said that I would stop the moment that I outrun my love for running. So I know you said you wouldn't you don't regret it, you learn so much and I really want to hear about those things in a minute, but could you have done anything to change or do you think that's just the nature of when you finish that well, especially not maybe a surprise, but when you run to your potential on that day and then you go back to that same course listeners may not be finishing third or 18th at western states, but they can probably relate to this in terms of their own a hometown race or a golden race for them. Was there anything you think you could have done differently? Oh, absolutely. Yeah. After 2018 west instead, I should have rested. I should have stopped. You know, I just kind of had this, you know, you love being fit..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Oh, should I not be doing this? I was a vegan diet really hindering my performance. And what it does is it just puts a grain of sand into your mind of just kind of like, am I doing everything wrong? Should I listen to this person? Is this person right? And I think that when my body was changing, I was people were just like, like, when I was when I came third at west and say, everyone was like, I'm going vegan. Look at her, how amazing you know, if you win if I do this. And then when I gained weight back, it was like, oh, it's 'cause she's falling a vegan diet, things so unhealthy. She's clearly like screwed up herself and her systems. And it's kind of like you can't connect the dots in any order you want, or you can do that in your mind. But it's unfair of you to have these assumptions of me as someone who is living in Australia, living my own life, you see one second of it a day that I put on my story. And I think that it's just really hard to wrap your head around that people will talk. People will write, they'll be platforms. When I finish western states in 2019, and I finished in, I don't know, probably like 18th place. I can't remember what I came. You know, I finished that race in the worst headspace of my life. You know, if I have one regret in my running career, I don't want to use the word regret, but I disrespected that race. I ran it, but I didn't love it. I despise the fact that I was out there. I enjoyed it, which was something that the previous year I enjoyed it, not endured. And I finished the race and I went online and the things that I read about myself are just something that how can you say like I've just been running or walking crawling, crying for 21 hours..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"When you're training for a hundred miles, I think I didn't have that just awareness of at least you're running back 1920 hours a week back and things are changing, but as they change, I just got more compliments, and I got faster. And my numbers got better. And so all of these things got snowballed to be like, you're doing good, you're doing good, doing great. June 24, whatever. After that, we can chill out a little bit. And so I was always kind of just like, light at the end of the tun when we crossed that finish line in Orban, run around that track, you're done. You're going to go away on a holiday with your dad to Mexico and you're going to go surf and chill out. What happened was that I crossed that finish line. I was so stoked. And I was like, I got to keep this ball rolling. I don't want to lose this. I don't want to stop. I just come third at west and stays. And then what I think really solidified the issues that I had was that overnight I gained 50,000 followers on Instagram. So 50,000 people started following me and I started following a version of Lucy that was not sustainable. You know, I was at my lowest white, I was walking a very fine line and I was knew that I was going to have to put some weight on and change things. And I was all about just getting through west and states. But the moment that things started to change, I had 50,000 people being like, wow, hang on a minute. This isn't who we're following. She's not what she was June 24 when we saw her finish. And I think that people really struggle to realize that especially the people that have been following me since I ran my first hundred K at 15 is that your body is changing and especially as a female and at 24 things are really shifting. You throw a hundred mile into the mix and you drop your weight right down and then you're gonna have to ray ban at some point..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"We've never seen such you're such a low percentile body fat like, you know, it was just like encouraged. It was kind of incredible, you know? It was like a Hall of Fame moment. And that really reassured me. It was kind of like, oh, okay, cool. Like these guys are scanning and working with a lead athletes. So I must be like, I'm doing good. So I finished third of that western state. But was working this incredibly fine line and incredibly unsustainable and unhealthy line. I then went back from the one year free assessment. And I remember being so embarrassed walking in, I was kind of like, God, they're not even going to recognize me, because my body had changed. It had completely self imploded. It's probably what I would say. The hormonally, everything was just gone up in the air and was changing. And they re scanned everything and they, you know, my heart rate was still low. I am an athlete. It is going to be lower end, but it was kind of like, oh, wow, okay. You're now just like just on 30 and it was kind of like, okay, cool, and then I did my video too, and I were like, well, actually, pair, you know, pound of body weight. You're actually got a higher VO2 this time. And then I did my dexa scan. And I was like, oh, you're kind of out of that elite athlete. And you're in like normal God forbid. And I remember sitting there and just being, you know, like, really like, oh, I've just been but my photos just gone off the wall of fame, you know? And I'm now this normal human, which is just not good enough for their standards. And it was like, what happens in the last year? And I just, when I read cars piece and I read about the Oregon, the ducks hall thing with their coach. I kind of just thought people asked what happened when I was when the numbers went up..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Hello, my Friends, welcome to episode 278 of the running for a podcast. Thank you for joining me today. I am excited that you are here and excited for this episode today. I actually was kind of surprised I could even get this guest at all. She's been on my dream list for many years now and I had tried and failed a few times to see if I could get people to introduce me to her. And then I reached out to her on Instagram about what you were going to hear us talk about today. And we connected. And we, I mean, I think we have something potentially exciting for 2022 that I can not wait to share with you, but I'll tell you more about that another time. Today I am really excited to introduce you to Lucy Bartholomew. She is one of Australia's most prominent ultra runners as well as I would guess in the world she is someone who is really known for her surprise finish of third place in the 2018 western states. She also has all these accolades that have recorded recorded is that the term that have accumulated, I suppose over the years with what she has been able to do. However, today we aren't really going to talk about that. Lucy has been on a lot of podcasts and she has shared her story on some of the really big platforms way bigger than the running space the big podcast in the world. And her story has been done. So not that I wouldn't love to hear it. But as we know, there's podcasts when guests go on the podcast and share the same stories. It can get a little bit stale, right? So you know here at running for real, we like to go deeper. We like to talk about different things. And so that's what we did today. We went into some of the body dysmorphia stuff that comes into our lives as a runners. We talked about the need to keep driving and pushing and destroying your body in the process. And we talked about change..

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Biden, orthodox patriarch discuss climate, religious freedom

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Biden, orthodox patriarch discuss climate, religious freedom

"President Joe Biden and the spiritual leader of eastern orthodox Christians discussed ways to fight climate change as well as the importance of religious freedom during a meeting at the White House thank you medical patriarch Bartholomew met with Biden not long after being hospitalized overnight for feeling unwell at the outset of his twelve day visit to the United States Bartholomew's visit was expected to draw attention to the plight of the small orthodox Christian minority in his homeland of Turkey Bartholomew said his mission as patriarch demonstrates how Turkey can be a bridge builder between the east and west the eighty one year old patriarch said he joined with other major religious leaders to call for global covert nineteen vaccinations especially in poor countries I Walter Ratliff

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Make no mistake. Said the president reading carefully off the teleprompter. I have complete control and sole authority over everything you do with your body and everything you put in your body. I'm the government for god's sakes of f. fifteens in nukes just go to the vaccine just but and then walked out of the room to get a snack. Many concerns remained around the issues of freedom and natural immunity but the president was already eating his apple sauce with crushed up pills in it and was unable to answer questions. Companies will be forced to comply with the mandate until the supreme court strikes down in just a few hours. So yeah you see like People on twitter really slobbering like excited about the sourcing vaccine them people yes. We've used the carrot now. It's time for the stick. Yes dablam stab them. All daven with the stick look at the polls there like this minute you know majority of americans support the vaccine mandy like there's a majority that supports isn't that many states are like nope there were a bunch right. There was like seventy states. Said no and then i don't know how many like two thousand five hundred fifty immediately. Yeah no doubt you gotta think he's doing this through osha. Which was that. we're thing season instead of passing it through congress or even an executive order just said this is a new osha policy so going through these weird like has nothing osha. Don't they just they just supposed to make sure you don't run over people with forklifts that sounds like a singer songwriter. Name their main job is to make sure they run over by ocean. Yeah well you know i do. I do stand by my belief that if they just released the vaccine not been so weird about an psycho about it. More people would have taken. He got no. I didn't know he didn't you might have gotten. I'm sorry we spend more ready to get. It made it so weird. And like i feel so. Yeah it's so and then my wife we've already been over that but Like just creeped out by now. Yeah there's something creepy political. Yeah yeah well is like a lack of transparency in the conversation is the biggest issue. You might say it's weird. Sorta like when you ask a girl out but then you add onto it. Like i really like you a lot if you just said like to cup coffee like giveaway better chance with that girl and if you add added on like just say you've been thinking about you or years and i finally by the courage tay i wanna ask you out to coffee because the lord says we should be together forever. Yeah we're like my psychic. Told me the one or psychic or like the. I want to hear about this. I'm trying to think about like If they were like you know yes and a girl out. And then you say and i will call your employer. Get you fired if you say that. Level of creepy. Then you're an anti something. Yeah if i can't have you know cam provided at a press to the like fourth eleven year old girl of the you know to clarify. This article is hilarious. It is great. And it's written by our own frank fleming so frank. The balloon -gratulations. The first bomb of the because the thing about posting satire and social media is the articles that are not bound. A current political event are never going to get a lot of shares. Just frustrating for somebody just wants to be funny. You just wanna be funny. And that's all frank cares about. He's norm macdonald in that way in that way but he's good job bomb. If norm macdonald wrote for the mambi he would always get mom of the week number. Donald loved bombing. Yeah because he liked it. Yeah we'll talk about that in their norm portion but yeah he has a whole thing about that are bama. The week is a food review written by our own toddler critic which is a character that frank created named oliver bar. Oliver bartholomew as a two year old janet would be great voice to read. Okay the food reviews of ketchup. A complex well-crafted culinary delights. Let's see what bartholomew has to say bartholomew. However both he's like to okay. It's like the calvin and hobbes humor calvin his five but he talks like he's got it. Okay here we go. Should i speak in the voice now. Whatever filter thing. I'm not usually very picky when it comes to what i'll put my mouth except when it comes to food if i don't like the look of it or the smell of it or if i just feel like i'm not getting enough attention i will throw it. There is one delicacy am discovered that i will almost never toss catch is catch-up the perfect food in my multiple years of certainly never d- i've certainly never encountered anything. Tangy sweet beautiful color pleasing mouth feel also a pleasing face feel when spread it all over. My face now often alita by myself but also combined so well with other foods. I've dipped so many things catch it. French fries corn chips pretzels sticks. Ooh blueberries my sippy cup. And whatever is in region my highchair and it enhances the flavor of everything. That's why i demand catch up now at every meal. If i ever seated eat in. There is no ketchup. I will make my displeasure known. I'm a connoisseur. I only want the best and that means catch up with everything so just bring it over and leave the bottle if you know. What's good for you so cute limit. I see what you mean though. It's not about the context it's about the. Yeah it's about the clicks in the the intention grabbing aspect of activities. Sure and go. This is so true. I love the idea. I love the idea of doing video. Where like you see the baby and like you have the inner monologue playing like that at adult voice ask Thought we saw them the finger. Yeah looking will follow bottle. Follow babylon be if you want more oliver bartholomew because he's already reviewed Cocoa mellon one to channel and. I think we're working on a literature reviews for him and some music reviews. I liked him being outraged about a. What is it obama's barbazza can do for view. Always wanted to do a story. We have a apparently convicted of attempted murder by a baby judge because it tried to give him a bath because they think you're trying to kill them baby dare mind ethan. Sense of humor is just having babies. Don't think that's one of my many. I mean i have to. Let's do some weird news. This news is weird. Mcdonald's diner horrified turns veganism into right there as he turnip in his big enroll a beacon role case. It's a uk thing. God he says he found it in the car and he says it was a pig nicole once again. I don't. I don't get why you're eating all these parts of a pig and then the nipple grosses you out. That's what's gonna you don't know what's in that hot dog weight loss I'm sure as july couples. Galore and hotdogs i could be all nipples for all you know and other things even worse. Yeah it says. He contemplated turning. Vegans played in as he's just too big talker. Pull the triggerman. you'll become coming back to the bacon. You know becoming back. Ever tell them when i worked at a buffet restaurant. I used to read the chicken in the morning. And i tell the story about the chicken to connected chicken. I don't think i've found in this box. They have all the cut up chicken. You know yeah. I pulled out a fire which he knows. It's one side of the but yeah so then picked it up and then the other was still connected. An in between the two is was a little ring but to chicken butthole. He's talking about the bible. So i was actually able to like cut off and i had chicken butthole. What they say that on this show and like amos is like a ring. That's what i thought this picture was it. I i'm like are we sure it's.

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"bartholomew" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"To what they look like and what they were roman camper. Constantine the i ordered the construction of christian holy sites in the city of jerusalem including the church of the holy sepulcher so jesus's crucifixion took place outside the wall. The old city wall but when hadrian rebuilt a new city wall was pushed out further and so his area becomes inside the city limits now of jerusalem where the church of the holy sepulcher is built over. When you go there you'll go up some stairs very steep stairs as if you're climbing mount calvary yourself. This is also. Where abraham sacrificed isaac. It's mt maria or mount calvary and you're climbing up very very steep steep stairs to go up calvary and when you get there. It's the chapel of calvary where jesus christ was crucified and it belongs. Today to the greek orthodox it's decorated with lamps and candles and their tradition. There's usually a long line of pilgrims waiting to attach the rock under the alter the astral rock. That was calvary where his cross was pilgrims. Neil there and pray at the foot of the cross. They place their rosaries crucifixes. There they wanna touch. It is a beautiful beautiful place. Both mary and john are standing at the sides flanking. Jesus and there is a rock that you can touch underneath the altar but where no one ever goes in most people miss it is right below. That's upstairs and if you go down and then if you go down another step to the basement don't you dare miss the chapel of adam because that's golgotha that's the place of the skull and there's a rock. There's a glass window with iraq and no one even goes down there because they don't know about it but there's a glass with the rock and that's where they say adam's skull was because the jews believed that creation started at the temple mount and that's where the garden of eden was and that's where adam died and was buried and his skull is there and the cross was right on top of the skull of adam so when the new adam was crucified his blood drip down onto the old adam and set him. Free bartholomew writes about this. Who's bartholomew bartholomew's another name of nathaniel and you know nathaniel from john's gospel. When jesus said owner daniel i love. There's no guile in you. There's no duplicity in you. He saw them under a victory. Or you're going to see greater things than this and that daniel bartholomew is his name also jesus and so. This is a writing the apocryphal gospel. Of bartholomew jesus answered and said blessed art thou bartholomew my beloved because you saw this mystery. Now i'm gonna tell you all the things whatsoever you asked me for when i vanished away from the cross and i went down into haiti's that i might bring up adam and all them that were with him. According to the supplication of michael the archangel. This is the spot. Bartholomeo was writing about the chapel of adam the place of the skull golgotha right under the crucifixion directly under it. There's a crack in the rock where the earthquakes and split the rock at the moment of his crucifixion. When the temple was torn curtain in the temple was torn so you will see many eastern orthodox russian icons with the skull of atom at the base of the cross. Watch for this. Because you're gonna start seeing it everywhere in all these old paintings. This call of adam is right under the cross the place of the skoll golgotha the place of the skull. Now when you go to the sepulcher is a very busy. Place is the tomb of the risen lord. And you think it's going to be quiet. And you're gonna sit and pray no because it's so many people. It's so universal. Latin roman right is there. The franciscan friar miners have been mandated to protect the places in the holy land for catholics and for all people and that came by a special mission that was confided in them by the holy see by the vatican and thirteen forty two when saint francis visited a sultan in egypt in twelve nineteen and was given this job to protect these holy places so the franciscans run the catholic liturgies. There you have to check with them. You have to book with them. And then there's a greek orthodox presence and then there's an armenian orthodox presence alexandrian syrian traditions or their coptic. Orthodox are there. If the opium and adrian churches alexandrian tradition from egypt syriac syrian orthodox antiochian. Right is there and the ethiopians abyssinians are there. And they still keep to the la- vical laws of circumcision and governing food laws and ritual purity's so everyone wants a piece of this because he's the lord of all of us and all these religions claim jesus as lord and one a piece of this most important real estate in the world. They were crucified there with him says john to others one on either side with jesus between them and want to go to look for a minute because luke gives us a little more info about these two criminals to others criminals and put to death with jesus won the good thief or we call him to penitent thief. His name in history dismas. The bad thief on the left side dismisses on the right of jesus on the left is the bad thief. His name gus. One of the criminals who was hanging there are kept deriding. Jesus and saying are you not the messiah sake yourself and save us too but the other rebuked him and said do you want fear god since you're under the same sentence of condemnation and we indeed have been condemned justly. We're getting what we deserve for our deeds but this man has done nothing wrong. that's business. He's on the right and he said to. Jesus jesus remember me when you come into your kingdom and jesus replied. Truly i tell you today today you will be with me in paradise. Now that right there is called. A baptism of desire will return to seeking truth catholic. Bible study with sharon doran in just a moment. Did you know that discerning hearts has a free app in which you can find all your favorite discerning hearts programming. Father timothy gallagher. Dr anthony lola speaking james keating michelina dr matthew bunsen and so many more are found on the discerning hearts free app. Did you also know that you can stream discerning hearts programming on numerous streaming platforms. Such as apple podcast. Google play iheartradio pandora spotify stitcher tune in and so many more. And did you know that discerning hearts also has the youtube page. Be sure to check out all these different places where you can find discerning hearts. The memory remember almost gracious virgin mary. That never wasn't known that anyone who fled to the protection implored by help or sought. Fine intercession was left. Unaided inspired by this confidence. I fly to the virgin of virgins my mother to the do i come before the a stand sinful and sorrowful. Oh mother of the word incarnate. Despise not my petitions but in nine mercy here and answer me hello friends. Please take a look at seeking truth dot net and find out how you can join an individual online learner. Sharon's lectures are presented in a rich media format with audio video and an abundance of beautiful images. Which draw you into a deeper understanding of god's word. In addition part of the seeking truth mission is to build. Perish life through the communal. Study of god's word to encourage parishes to begin a bible study seeking true offers its curriculum free of charge for parishes hosting a class. Please visit asset seeking truth dot net or you can register to bring seeking truth to your own local parish. We now return to seeking truth. Catholic bible study.

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War of words between royal family, Harry and Meghan heats up

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

War of words between royal family, Harry and Meghan heats up

"Buckingham Palace says Philip has been moved to a private facility to continue his recovery after a heart procedure. For a pre existing condition at ST Bartholomew's Hospital on Wednesday. Officials say he's expected to stay at King Edward seven for a number of days. His illness comes as of the royal family braces for the broadcast on Sunday of an interview conducted by opera Winfrey with the Sussex is Harry and Meghan to sit down with America's queen of celebrity interviews. Is a chance for the couple to explain what led them to quit royal life, citing their anger over the British media Charles Villa Decima

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Prince Philip transferred back to private hospital

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Prince Philip transferred back to private hospital

"Britain's prince Philip has not been taken back to a private hospital Buckingham Palace says Philip has been moved to a private facility to continue his recovery off to a heart procedure for a pre existing condition at St Bartholomew's hospital on Wednesday officials say he's expected to stay at king and wood seven full number of days his illness comes as of the royal family braces for the Broadcom from Sunday open interview conducted by Oprah Winfrey with the Sussex is Harry and Meghan the sit down with America's queen of celebrity interviews is a chance for the couple to explain what led them to quit wildlife siting their anger over the British media Charles river this month London

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Prince Philip has 'successful' heart procedure, will remain in hospital

Colleen and Bradley

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Prince Philip has 'successful' heart procedure, will remain in hospital

"Recovering in the hospital after undergoing a successful surgery for his heart condition. In a brief statement, Buckingham Palace said that the Duke of Edinburgh yesterday underwent a successful procedure for Pre existing heart condition at think ST Bartholomew's Hospital and the Palace added They would not be providing any more details at this time.

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Prince Philip, 99, Undergoes ‘Successful’ Surgery for Heart Condition

Jason and Alexis

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Prince Philip, 99, Undergoes ‘Successful’ Surgery for Heart Condition

"Philip, who is 99 years old, who is of course here, his grandfather is recovering from a successful heart surgery. That's what the palace says He's been in the hospital for quite some time and was transferred to Another hospital that specializes in heart issues, And then he underwent a successful procedure, according to the palace for a pre existing heart condition at ST Bartholomew's. Hospital. His Royal Highness will remain in hospital for treatment rest and recuperation for a number of days. He is due to turn 100 in June. You

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Palace: Prince Philip had a successful heart procedure

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Palace: Prince Philip had a successful heart procedure

"The ninety nine year old you could Adam brother husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second has had a successful heart procedure at the London hospital palace officials have announced the prince Philip underwent a successful procedure for pre existing heart condition at St Bartholomew's hospital he is expected to remain in hospital for what they cite as the number of days Philip has been hospitalized since being admitted to King Edward the seventh hospital in London on February the sixteenth when he was initially treated for an infection he was recently transferred to a specialized cardiac care hospital symbol phonies his illness is not believed to be related to the coronavirus Karen Thomas London

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Prince Philip transferred to second hospital for heart condition tests

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Prince Philip transferred to second hospital for heart condition tests

"Prince. Phillip was transferred on monday to a specialized london heart hospital to undergo testing and observation for pre existing heart condition as he continues to be treated for unspecified infection buckingham palace the ninety nine year old son of queen elizabeth. The second was moved from king. Edward the seventh hospital where he's been treated since february seventeenth to saint bartholomew's hospital which specializes in cardiac care. The palace says remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week. Philip was admitted to the private king. Edward the seventh hospital in london feeling ill. Phillips illness is not believed to be related to covid nineteen both he and the ninety four year. Old queen received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in early january. Philip who retired from royal duties in two rarely appears in public. Now during england's current coronavirus lockdown. Philip also known as the duke of edinburgh has been staying at windsor castle west of london with the queen. Philip marriage the then princess elizabeth in nineteen forty seven and is the longest serving royal consort in british history. He and the queen have four children. Eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

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Prince Philip to a London hospital for infection treatment

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Prince Philip to a London hospital for infection treatment

"Britain's prince Philip is continuing to be treated in London hospitals for an infection Buckingham palace's Philip the queen's ninety nine year old husband has been transferred from king and wood seven hospital to St Bartholomew's the box hot center that is Europe's biggest specialized cardiovascular center in addition to treatment for an unspecified infection he will undergo testing and observation full of pre existing heart condition the palace says royal officials say Philip remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week Charles Taylor this month London

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Action Catalyst

The Action Catalyst

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Action Catalyst

"And so like. I'm envisioning things right. Now that i get like i get emotional about it like you start talking about it. And you're one of those nuggets. Get super emotional. Because i've already been there. And i know it's coming i get so excited about in so if you can mentally get yourself there. It's amazing how god lines things up and how those little moments at up and it becomes what you dreamed of. I love it will well. This has been an action packed. Podcast and i think that everything that we've talked about has just been inspirational. An and you know. When when i think of of you will. I think not only of somebody who as strong beliefs but also a man of action and that is not something that just intellectually that you that you know but you actually do the things that you know you should be doing. You've inspired so many people in your community globally. I actually have had people that have talked about D ones word streaming and looking at the different things that you're doing with your gems here at southwestern where we we use the d. one as a case study and it's inspired other people around to be able to achieve their goals. So this really appreciate everything that you do. Ma'am thank you man. i love it. You guys inspired me. I love that braveheart over your shoulder by the way favorite movie best movie. All-time all talk all right. Well we'll we'll see you all the listeners. If you wanna check out redefining possible you can go to redefining possible dot com. Get more information. You can hear more about will. He's in the book and we're we're excited to have you guys redefining possible thanks. Everybody thinks we'll we'll see you later. If you enjoy this podcast please make sure to subscribe to stay updated on everything. The action catalyst is up to make sure to follow us on facebook and instagram at action had was and twitter at catalyst underscore action. Thanks for listening. This episode is sponsored by southwestern coaching southwestern coaching has helped over twelve thousand people increase their incomes. By over twenty five percent on average as a successful salesperson you know the importance of increasing your sailed. Sometimes you might just need a little extra push and accountability to your goals and grow your business. Southwestern coachee will help you increase your income. One on one sales and leadership. Coaching tailored specifically to your need together. We will elevate to schedule your free one on one business to action planning session with the southwestern coach go to www dot southwestern consulting dot com forward slash action cadillacs..

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Action Catalyst

The Action Catalyst

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Action Catalyst

"To get out and we we we were locked in the sonnen. Like we're in there for like ten minutes and like it. It's a one hundred and ten degrees in terrible in one of the one of our teammates laugh. They said anything we had. You got locked in for another ten minutes. One of our teammates cracked a joke with like not at nine minutes. And of course we all got locked any anyway. Can't do that stuff anymore. These days sky so fast forward. I'm i'm wrestling in the state championship. I was wrestling a guy who had wrestle before he was fifty eight. No never lost. And i'm a football player. I committed to university of tennessee. I decided to come out for wrestling late. Because i was doing my recruiting trips. So they do the big announcements like right before right spotlight on the mat. Ten thousand people and they're doing announcements before. And they're they're saying his stats. Fifty eight noli tournament said he wind blah blah blah blah. And for me out. I had a belief and i knew that i was going to go in there and win and so my wrestling coaches and i can slow plan. So while they're doing announced they say will bartholomew he's only only only wrestled. Twenty one matches with zero defeats this year and he's also the winner of the cheek would arts festival and he also placed third in the debate contest. He also was rudder school anyway. I i made fun of myself. A little step self-deprecation coming out there. Because i wanted that that mental advantage of him going in there and know that. Hey i don't care abassi. Was poking fun at him. A little bit and i had this belief going into that. I knew i was going to win. I had i had studied. I prepared for that moment For months because i knew i was going to meet. And when i met when i met him i knew it was like susie walks in the matter. News over that's amazing. How did you win points. And he was. It was a close match. It'd be wrong. He was awesome. He was much better wrestler debate. Does hey a win is a win. that's strikes. i played shrinks. Oh well well that is. That is such a great story and can't believe you went to. I can't believe you went to the dan. Gable intensive training camp. And what year was that. You went deci. I went in nineteen ninety five. I was there in ninety six. Oh my gosh. I missed you by a year if we actually wrestled each other. What did you wrestle. No i was. I was to fifteen alison heavyweight. I was i was eighty nine. We could've we could've hilarious. I was a. I was a freshman so i was wrestling national champions as a freshman and it was awful. It's terrible freshman years wrestling unless you're yes smaller if you're smaller but one eighty nine terrible. Eighty nine freshman was just brutal. Well tell tell me a little bit. Okay so now. Let's transition to believe building moments at tennessee. So you get you get a scholarship. Go play football university of tennessee. And you played was just hall of famers. Peyton manning out wilson. I mean on the list of your friends that you got to play with is just so so cool really. What was one of the hardest moments for you guys where you had to break through and redefine possible as a team to win that championship and nineteen ninety eight. There were a couple of pivotal moment semi one in particular that. If there's some people that might remember Nine hundred ninety eight It was actually the fall of ninety seven. We played arkansas ours. Always great right. Great team And we we had a pastor Do chapman before and he. He preached on on belief. And you never give up hope and you believe in you. Believe all the way to the moment. And i can't remember scripture should be better prepared the pastor's name rice brooks and he gave us. He gave everybody a little structure and we go out there games kind of back and forth they get the ball with all they do is run out the clock like games over right. We're like out of timeouts. I think maybe. I one or something like that but the gays pretty much over in everybody on that sideline to a mayor believe that we were going to still win the game that something was gonna happen in our. I'll never forget where everybody was all like quoting scripture of they're like jumping up at eight jumping up down and clint sterner fumbled. The ball gave us the ball back at about the fifty yard line and we marched down at scored at the last minute. And i'll never forget it because it was one of those moments. That's kind of a punchline. What happened but the moment on the sideline of the everyone believe we were gonna win. Nobody was going. Whoa is me or oh we lost. We were gonna win the national championship now. We're not everybody knew we were going to still win. And just that belief in that mindset really helped carry us through Because i'll never forget because they fumbled the ball In our offense coordinator looks at us. Because we're running the ball down their throat we're nine and putting in there and we only have like a minute thirty left and we ran the ball fifty yards and punched it in for you know for the fed to go ahead win so Those that was a really good moment. Us that's amazing. I actually remember watching that gain in. You know what's interesting about that is. There's so many people that are probably football fans listening the best and they think you know unless you've experienced something like that and actually have the transformation of belief where it actually goes in at manifest into reality. You think it's something technical you'd think. Oh these these athletes are just really good at something. That's a technical thing that's happening out there. But what's in your mind manifest into reality and matt belief and and the way you guys experienced that It it's a very real tangible thing and that's a threat. What and and if you would have lost that you couldn't have won the national championship right. That was s right. Yeah as a pivotal game I want to say they were ranked ahead of us. It was made like to score and we went on. We were undefeated that year. One it that was that was a pivotal moment in. Just you know a belief that really came to reality in the moment like whoa like this like backs against the wall. Everything's over in another cool moment. I guess from college. I'll give you this one Hit was i was in the weight room. I was a weight room. God hence while i'm in the business that a man and was in there you know is thirty minutes past the team workout or whatever and everybody was gone. They're.

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"bartholomew" Discussed on The Action Catalyst

The Action Catalyst

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"bartholomew" Discussed on The Action Catalyst

"Ceo of southwestern family of companies. And today we have a special guest we have a good friend will bartholomew and will is the founder and ceo of the ones or straining and will and i go way back. He was actually my very first consulting client and we worked together in a coaching capacity. Helping do some different business endeavors to build a some strategy on the sell side of the one and then had just maintain our friendship ever since and he's one of my favorite people. He's an entrepreneur His background Goes all the way back. Here in nashville. He was a free sport. Athlete went on to university of tennessee became a national champion. Go balls There in tennessee went on to play pro. Football then started d. One and has been wildly successful as an entrepreneur and business. Ceo there they were rated as one of the top thirty gems With the one and excited to have you here on the podcast will welcome. Thanks appreciate a first of all great to see your face. Love love all the success. You've had man and just really appreciate you having me on and making me a part of this amazing book that you got coming out. I can't wait to read it. The whole thing. Yeah thanks for my blurred. That's it. I want to see the whole thing. Well i'll get you a copy of it. We have the galleys out right now and comes out on september twenty nine redefining possible. And yeah we appreciate your your featured in chapter number four on building a belief systems and before we have been to that. I love for the audience to get a little bit more about you and your background and your story will and then we'll dive into redefining possible and and talking about Belief systems. Tell us a little bit of your story. Had to get to where you are today. You know we'd love to hear that store love it. Y'all give you the the cliff note. Version the flyover grew up nashville. Tennessee was like you mentioned. An athlete had had a real passion for sports and You know one of those things. I knew early on. This is what i wanted wanted to do and wanted to be. I didn't know all the twists and turns. That would give me to where. I am today. But was forced enough to be allstate. Three sports at At montgomery bell academy. I was football wrestling and track was a thrower Added run and then went on to the university of tennessee. A little football. There was the pull back on the ninety eight national championship team. As you mentioned got to be captain of the team and then had a sip coffee in the pros I got my nfl pa number And i got to be in training camp. But i blew money out training camp which i thought at the time was the worst thing that could ever happen and it felt like that for about six months and then through. That difficulty was burst. This business called d. Win a wrote a business plan while i was laid up about a place to train athletes just like a train at the university of tennessee Where you can have expert coaches. You have someone coach through nutrition motivating environment the loud music all the great things that i love In that's what. I set out to create so opened my first location with just grit in raw this in a terrible business practices terrible term unembarrassed and then opened my second location. Third location in My second location failed miserably. Miami third location Did really well. And i believe that's about the time you've got involved in might might have been on the fourth recess and just knew it was the third. I remember hurry area. Yeah and it was right about that. Time i think. I took a mental shift. They're going. I'm no longer a football player running a business. I'm a businessman of football. Which is part of my past. And that's a real identity crisis. I think for just any athlete. Just be honest with you in so because you've done so much of your life anyway so made this pivot and start scaling the business and One of the things. I knew i did know this. I knew that. I didn't know everything i'm i'm a i'm very coach And one of the things problem self is is surrounding myself with really smart people that have done it done a better than me and taking some of their business practices implying them to to my business and being able to scale and so anytime you hit a plateau in the business i would always kinda level up that way if you will. I would try to get my skill set around some amazing people to up moscow set. And you're one of those guys in so really appreciate everything you do with us. I realized how much we paid. You went back and pull the invoice named your expensive But not tissue a sweet actually gave you one of the best rates would ever given come on. Never a ago shooter so You know we had a great run. A scaled business from two thousand one was formed twenty fifteen to thirty two corporate locations. We owned we owned almost all the real estate In two thousand fifteen we sold a chunk of the real estate to a couple of weeks and the main reason for that is we we pitted because we had a physical therapy business. That had really exploding Was doing really well that we have launched in twenty twelve so fast forward that happened in twenty fifteen and twenty seventeen. We were sitting there with a very large businesses when a lot bigger than the other but the therapy business was the larger business in the gym. Business was small business in and had a great mentor. Lemme say which one is your passion. And i said jim business agenda suggests and even goes. Hey this is where your bread buttered is the therapy i said i. This is my passion and so Made that strategic decision to sell the business in two thousand seventeen and pour gasoline on the on the jim business repackage the gym business as a as a true franchise business which franchising in and of itself as a whole different beast. Model that i had to learn in two thousand seventeen. We relaunched it in twenty eighteen and goddesses really blessed even through covert which is crazy so twenty eight eighteen to fast forward today. We have one hundred sixty. Two franchises awarded We have forty three of those open and we have twenty six opening the rest of the year so a busy time at d. one find scaling of business and exciting man we got. We got some amazing things in a lot of wind at our back while man. That's incredible man just to think from from when i met you three locations would you say forty three open now man So awesome and and i think what you said about being coach -able as one of the keys As a leader being coach bill can be one of the hardest things and the admit that you need the help and that you're you're willing to do that. I think it's a key to success any business and any later and it was just so fun working personally with you and and you are.

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Water Walking 101

Elevation Church Podcast

04:58 min | 2 years ago

Water Walking 101

"Water walk in one oh one. And might put in a seventh for extra credit if God blesses us with the time. But I noticed that a lot of times when we get in a situation like these disciples were in. Maybe like you're in right now with your job or maybe like you're in right now trying to figure out what to do with your family. Those kids your quiver is full right now. How many quiver is full and you quiver is. To be quite honest, your quiver is quivering. Though Bible humor quickly. and. When we find ourselves in these situations, there is a tendency to blame you know the disciples like the fight. And liked to argue with one another any chance they got. But yet the storm brought them together in a unique way in Matthew Chapter. Fourteen. Trial sometimes tighten our focus. And so one thing we don't see in this storm is Peter John Going back and forth there Andrew and Bartholomew talking about who's rowing the hardest? They just need to make it through the storm. But what really got my attention was a detailed that I must have skimmed over like I mentioned in today since we're in class I, want to study a little more deeply. Is that blame doesn't get you through a storm. And the detail I noticed in Verse Twenty to present on the screen for me. Again, it said that Jesus made the disciples get into the bowl. Jesus made the disciples get into the boat. You're not people say the devil made me do it. Jesus made the disciples get into the boat. He didn't ask them. He didn't recommend. He didn't suggest, and now would be one thing if he didn't know but he's the son of God with all wisdom. So. How did the one with all wisdom send them into something that threatened their life? I want you to write down point number one in the class and put it in the chat. Certain storms are unavoidable. Just need you to know that certain storms. You know what I mean by storm, right? It's not always physical. Sometimes, there can be an emotional storm. Sometimes there can be a psychological storm. Sometimes. There can be a relational storm. You know these storms we get into sometimes we are so busy trying to figure out how to get out of them. Then, we expend all the energy that we could have spent trying to learn what God wants us to learn through the storm. There's two ways to get through the storm and. As a survivor. And how many know is good. Just celebrate that you're still here. In case, you had a bad week I'm gonNA give you fifteen unscripted seconds. To praise God for the storms that you have survived. You can sit there. This been sunny in your neighborhood. But if you survive some depression. And if you thought were going down but. Give them praise. Survive the storm is a miracle to survive. Abuse is a miracle. To survive in economy that is falling apart but God provided is a miracle. But then God says you you can be a survivor. But then if you want to there are certain people that they decide I'm not just going to be a survivor I'm going to be a student of the store. And I I am learning to learn from the storm. I'm learning to learn from the storm. The thing about it is there are certain things that I can only learn in storms and. The second thing that I want to point out to you and the text is that God's timing. Is designed. To teach you to trust. When Jesus, who made the disciples get into the boat? The Bible says that when he decided to reveal himself to them. was just before dawn. If the goal that God has is the comfort us. Then this is a this is a late appearance. But if God's goal is sometimes to change us then it makes sense that he

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Former Player and Agent Donald Dell

Beyond The Baseline

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Former Player and Agent Donald Dell

"Everyone John Wartime here is this week's sports illustrated? Tennis podcast is also the first week of Wimbledon. He says wistfully our guest this week. Is Donald Dell? Donald is a former player a promoter broadcaster at agent. He's worn many hats, not unlike Bartholomew Cubans. He is also worn many at once. Donald is still force in tennis. He wrote an op Ed recently in the Washington Post, about the prospect of combining the men's and women's tours, so we talk about that. We talked about where tennis is right now, and as a bonus, Donald signed Michael Jordan out of North Carolina and especially after last dance. We talk about Michael Jordan so some non tennis bonus coverage on Michael Jordan and a lot of good tennis. Talk here's Donald Dell. Appreciate you doing. How are you doing? I'm doing fine We've been lucky I've been home since about March fifteenth, but my two daughters, their husbands, and our two grandchildren, five and seven are about thirty yards from where we are, and it's like one hundred twenty day thanksgiving. It doesn't sound bad. Yeah, let's I I. Don't know but I got a couple of things to bring up. I. Did want to talk about the the op-ed you wrote. Wrote thought you'd be a good person to talk about with the the tour merger, which has been eclipsed lately by a Co bit in the US Open, but this was sort of a hot topic, and everyone says the same thing which is great idea. The devils in the details, so let's let's advance that. How do we exercise those those devils details? How do we push through? So this becomes more than. In abstract idea that we need to negotiate what what are we doing to make this happen? Well I I think I think more than that. The Devil Devil's in the the leadership in other words I think it's GonNa take strong leaders it both part, both groups to get done, and I think Steve. Simon, and Mickey Lawler. Are Really, veterans, and and well respected, and well like Gatanzi the new chairman of the ATP I'm told his very smart very capable. And I. Think if the if they wanted to really do it, they get together. And then it takes a lot of support. You Know Billie, Jean and Roger, and some of the leaders in the game. All got behind it, then you. It's sort of like all the protests out there today you gotTa. You gotta move the ships and it's a big alphabet soup that everybody sort of fights for their turf. The ATP tour. Has Really established itself, but it's not part of the grand. Slams not far the idea. And not that that they want to be I don't Miss Other Sami, but I just think. Recently in the last six or eight years, the ATP tour has not worked very effectively in some senses because they've been voting in blocks the three tournament directors vote together. The three player reps vote together, and then the chairman's left. There was hanging vote and literally one vote because he always makes one side unhappy in the last two chairman. If you review John have been fired. Because one group didn't like how voted, and they need a super majority of forty two to extend. His contract so his contract ran out. In the last two cases now I'm told by people that very close to respect the Gal Gal Danzi is quite a different. Person needs a very strong leader, very smart and media and he really gets it. I just think for the sport It would be really helpful to have the two groups. Merged on a on a simple basis, and the when you talk about the details, you're right but I think the simplicity is what matters keep it simple stupid when you want to merge the to start with you don't have to have exactly the same boards, the same voting members, but come in and merge it, and have you know five or six basic principles and truthfully. We, found out in Washington with the city open that Iran for fifty years literally for the WTI ESPN Tennis Foundation. That We. We had a men's only event for forty two years, and then city came along our title sponsor, and rightfully said look fifty one percent of our clients. Bankers are women, so we're not gonNA. Unless you'll bring a women's tournament into it and we did, but it was a problem because there's a bigger women's event at Sanford for seven hundred thousand, we were only allowed by the rules for two fifty, but guess what. The ATP the minority of the ATP ten percent fought it tooth and nail. They didn't want it integrated tournament. And I to go before the board three different times, and swear up and down that we give him favorability on the scheduling of the Center Court. Scheduling, transportation scheduling practice courts. And it just didn't. It's working okay. And the women, the best women like to play Washington but now under the new WTA rules. We can only sign one of the top twenty in the world in order to protect the other event. That's raising more prize money by seven hundred or more, so those kind of problems out to be worked out and the ATP tour really needs to get a stronger with this membership the the the vocal minority, which is really only about ten or twelve percent, and it's always the complainers on the tour. The to aboard knows who they are, and they're always ranked between one hundred, fifty and three hundred,

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Disney World proposes boosting minimum pay 46 percent

24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Disney World proposes boosting minimum pay 46 percent

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Student arrested for posting vid of himself shooting AR zombies in school

WIBC Programming

05:41 min | 4 years ago

Student arrested for posting vid of himself shooting AR zombies in school

"A southern Indiana high school student now facing expulsion after. Being arrested for posting a clip from the video game that appeared. To, show a school shooting at his high school eighteen year old Sean small was arrested for intimidation After posting a video from the zombie augmented reality game but lets you use your own locations from your phone. The video posted to Facebook, showed small shooting zombies inside Scott's Berg high

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California, Jack Bevan and Saint Bartholomew discussed on

00:58 sec | 4 years ago

California, Jack Bevan and Saint Bartholomew discussed on

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