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"bill conley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:28 min | Last month

"bill conley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Really find. Value in and it could be something very simple. Could be Abbott. You have. It could be something you do recreational e and again. There's also something I tell the people is. If you do have a job and 95. You don't see the most purpose in that. Then find something that you do have purpose in on the weekends in the nights and and really invest time in doing that, as a hobby, or as a side gig that you could potentially turn into something permanent down the line. That's okay too. I love that. And I think something that also is an under Talked about discussion is how core values influence our decisions over almost anything and what I mean by that is, most people have not consciously sat down and chose their core values at the at the essence of it. Somebody would say what your values and they might say, you know, God, Health and family like true, very powerful and very important things, but kind of cliche. And what I mean by the values is what type of personal traits do you value Do you value contribution? Do you value integrity? Do you value growth? Those of the types of things do you value vulnerability those things? So where in your life have you noticed that as soon as you started to understand, and define your core values and live by them that you started to get success and a whole nother direction? Well, I think the great example of that is when I just started being very open and vocal about mental health and about, you know, not being my perfect self all of the time. I found so much meaning in that with people coming out to me who were a really struggling or had gone through a period where they had not been their best Selves and just confiding in me. Hey, It meant a lot that you wrote about this or publish this article about this or spoke about this topic, and it's not something people talk about that that openly and that was really where I was like. Okay, there's something here. This is a bigger issue that I can kind of, you know, really drive forward and really take ownership of in a meaningful way, and it really just opened up. The possibilities of things that I could work on, and people that I could work with. And I've had so many incredible conversations with with entrepreneurs and people outside of the business industry since then, that have inspired me to do more and and add things to that. You know, too, that through that lens what? Something that you're really excited about right now in your business or something I'm really excited about right now is working with all sorts of great partners and working with a lot lots of great people to help develop organizations. I'll give you an example. There's a organization I write about my book called Imperative. And they do a lot of research about the future of work. And one of the things that they've found is that there are purpose oriented people that said that either the bottom of organizations or the top of organizations, and they're the highest performers or the lowest performers, depending on if they're satisfied with the way that the organizations are structured, So one of the things I'm really excited about working in is working with businesses to help them redefine the way that they're motivating and cultivating talent s so that they can achieve those results. It's not just the 3% raise over. Year. It's not just a promotion. Every couple of years, people value giving back a valued contribution to society, and we're learning that with millennials and with young people, So I'm excited about working with leadership and entrepreneurs to help cultivate those teams. Well, I love the fact also on top of the things you're doing in the business world you also have you know, being a comedian is one of the things so I want to talk about that in a second with you, Bill Conley is my guest. I'm mark Black on business Rock stars were here to inspire, inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Bill Conley is the author. Of the success Disconnect a book that's basically a blueprint.

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"bill conley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"bill conley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Bill Conley, who's the author of This success Disconnected. The question is why the smartest people choose meaning over money and back the subtitle of your book here. So answer that question for us. Yeah, it's as hard for me Tonto answer it with without thinking about it in such a big term of of a book, you know, but it's a boil it down. It's not that money is bad, which I think is so is one thing that that is a narrative out there. It's that People that attend to achieve monumental success in my experience, and I'm sure you've interviewed problem or people that I have. They tend to follow something they're passionate about, and that they have some sort of intrinsic meaning and value that they can prescribe to it. And then the money and the success in traditional terms tends to follow that I find exactly what you're saying is and I'll just basically said in a different way is they have found a purpose. Mission of vision. Call it what you want. They have found something that they're willing to trade their life for, And as a result, it doesn't matter how many How many times they get knocked down. It doesn't matter how much money they don't make. In the beginning. As long as you have found a purpose to serve that's greater than yourself. You will always do what it takes to achieve it. And so I think the book why the smart people choose meaning over money is exactly that. They have found a purpose to serve. That's so much bigger than themselves In the byproduct of that is lots of money. For example, Pieter de Amend as a mentor of mine says, if you want to become a billionaire You have to solve a problem that's going to impact a billion people's lives. Do you agree with that? Yeah, absolutely. And I think that when you take it down to a micro level, and you look at that it's so daunting. We think about writing a book or starting a business or saying I'm gonna impact a billion people's lives. I mean, scary. That's the thing about right, especially when you put that on the public and you state that to everybody, right and then then you're then you're committed to right, So it's like that's the difficult part and what people need to get over is Well to do that. I might have to start by impacting like five people's lives. Yeah, it's just step by step. It's like the old cliche Sang's right Journey of 1000 Miles. Talk to the first step, or the Great Wall of China was built one brick at a time. Where all those little things give you another little story just to plug my other obsession legit Or will Smith is one of the things he talks about is he tells the story about when he was young child. His father knocked down this brick wall that was outside their their their home and him. His brother had to build it up one brick at a time, and it took them. I don't know several months or a couple of years or something, even do it. But that's where you learned the lesson that you really you have to take one step at a time when you look back at whether you know your building something in a physical nature building a building or whether you're Working on a book or a consulting program or business. When you look back on it, you could say, Oh, yeah, it took all the steps, but when you're starting there, and you're trying to look at the steps that haven't happened yet. It's so overwhelming that you really just need to start looking at what that next step is. So what I'm hearing from you is that if you're going to impact a billion people's lives Don't focus on I don't even know how yet Just focus on how am I going to serve one person in the next person in the next person and on my journey? You could start to ask yourself other questions. Like who conjoined me in this. What a ways that we can scale this things like that. But in the beginning, those questions down the road are not so important Answer. It's the first one, which is how can I just take that first step? How can I serve the first person and one of the things that you just made me think of when you're talking about that is There's no really unique problems in the world. Right? Like I was never a fan of history in school. I was like, I don't really care about that, because it's not going to serve me in any anything. And the more I've learned about the world. I guess the more of appreciation I have I have for history, too. But I had to go out of the real world to experience it. Not a textbook, right? Exactly. And then when you do in the real world, and you learn from people who have had this experience to realize why there's no real unique problem, it's all just a rehashing their human nature. We repeat ourselves, right. So in the context of what you're talking about, If you can impact one person's live life, the chances that there's a bunch of other people that have that same problem or same challenge or same issue that they're trying to overcome, and you can replicate that at scale, then that's when you're going to create that billion dollar type of organization or problem solving technique. Bill Conley is my guest. He's the author of the Success Disconnect. Mark Lack on business rock stars were here to inspire and form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Bill Collins, the author of the success Disconnect, and We're Talking About Your subtitle here..

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"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

"ABC six first warning whether it's a service in the basement doctor for today, partly to mostly cloudy flurries and a high of 39 to forecast here is very similar, by the way to what you're gonna see in East Lansing. So it looks like in terms of You know what? So I was taken Be able to run is gonna mess with, you know you always wondering December what? Whether it's gonna be like it should be fine for the Buckeyes and for Michigan State tonight partly cloudy down to 27 tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy flurries and 38. And then Monday kind of similar another sun and cloud mix and a high of 37 We right now have 34 degrees downtown 36 at your severe weather station news radio 6 10 W. T. V at the home of the best Fuck I coverage Use radio 16 w TVs man McCoy, along with Jeff Logan and Bill Conley, our best Buckeye coverage analyst and former Buckeyes as we get you ready for Ohio State Michigan State coming up at noon. On ABC six and then don't forget after the game. We'll have the post game press conferences, I guess of Larry Johnson, probably just in fields and things like that following the game, and we will be on until five o'clock, so be sure to tune in and join us afterwards as well. So enjoy the game on Channel six and then two nights in right away afterwards and will recap the game and get ready for whatever next week holds because we have no idea right now, whether there's gonna be a game now. This week whether it's going to be against Michigan or whether it's gonna be against somebody else but flexibility. As you said, Bill is the key to 2020 and that's kind of Ah. The way it's going to go by the way mentioned if you're just tuning in the Ohio State is not put out its availability report. The first we were hearing was it was to be 9 30 now 10 45. So one hour from now, some of the things that we're hearing and Jeff Logan has mentioned that there could be beast prepared to see some changes on the offensive line because They may have been affected by covert. We.

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"bill conley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"bill conley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Contact tracing incident tinsel process Wrote deeply about a couple of weeks ago but it's like a police investigator investigating a murder. Like you're you're going through timelines with witnesses. Were you at this point at this time. How close we new to this positive at this point and it's an intensive process during that time paul a lot of places will go ahead in part knowing that you're going to have a good bit of tracing going on you just paul's all activities so you don't get any more High risk contacts in a happening am is they have paused activities so they can do the contact tracing process But obviously they found enough to to make billy believe that you know the game is probably offer this weekend which again when you hear a program as pause all activities five days before scheduled game. It's kinda commonsense. You're you're probably gonna have problem play in that game. Okay well ross. Thank you as always fantastic to hear from you and nobody knows. Nobody is written about this more than you have. Well come back soon. Always appreciate your time roz dellinger with the rather grim beginning which sounds like a continuation of monday. Let's talk about what we do. Have as of this moment. We're scheduled to move next to landon dickerson. The great centered alabama. He will join us at the bottom of the hour. Bill conley on what the playoff looks like. Mcelroy and sean tell powell on south carolina. We'll take a break. More of your phone calls coming.

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"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

"Here are best Buckeye coverage analysts after the 38 to 25 win We're going to go to the phones right now and talk to another one of our best Buckeye coverage. Analysts Bill Conley and Jeff was remarking earlier Bill on the post game show that you must be doing backflips to have two tied and touchdowns for Jeremy record and three different tight ends get involved in the game. How about that? We're talking about their tight end before the game. We got multiple. That's right. Your overall thoughts on the game, though, Bill, what did you you know is it feels like it should have been more life sighted than it was, even though it was already a lopsided win for Ohio State your thoughts Well, you know, First of all, we've seen a lot of stupid coaching decisions the first couple weeks of this season, so Ryan Day handled things exactly right. That's the first thing about number one where our offensive line and our defensive line I mean, the game is one up front. Trench warfare, and we want both sides the ball second running backs run much better, much more aggressively got up in the line like Jeff was talking about in major good cut. And a third and we talked about right away. Tidy is we got too tight in no doubt about it. Pound Pat. Friar move only three catches for 46 yard, So I saw Josh Proctor on him. Ah, couple of times. I saw Pete Warner on him. So the coverage that they had on him to take him away was was outstanding. I want to go to Jeff about those running backs Master T 23 carries for 110 yards. Trey. Sermon 13 carries for 56. Those two guys averaged T was 4.9 yards. A carry sermon for point for it seemed like they weren't in as many second and long situations when they did run with the tailbacks. On first down, it was, it did look like a better performance by those backs and the line too. Oh, I would agree with you and I thought the offensive line created some good opportunities and the fact that Justin Fields was clearly not going to be a guy that was going to run the football tonight. Oh, and I think that was by design. They wanted to make sure they got the running backs involved, and I was very impressed with the way Master Teague ran the ball in the game tonight. I thought he ran with passion. I thought he ran with You know, Ah, is kept his pads low, and he kept himself going north and south. I think the jury is still out on trace sermon. I know he may be brings a little bit more to the table in terms of a receiver out of the backfield, but I am not sold yet on Trey sermon. I'm glad we have him as a backup. But Master Teague is my choice to be the number one back. All right. Tell you what, guys. We're going to take a break because we'll have Ryan day coming up. I want to try to get this commercial breakthrough before the post game press conference. Jeff Logan Bill Conley. I'm Matt McCoy. Back after this on the best Buckeye coverage postgame show from TNT equipment on NewsRadio, 6 10 TVs. No, We're not going to take a break because Justin Fields.

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How Sabans Absence Will Affect Georgia vs. Alabama

ESPN Daily

04:56 min | 6 months ago

How Sabans Absence Will Affect Georgia vs. Alabama

"Bill Connolly I asked our mutual friend Spencer Hall how I should be introducing you here today Oh God. And he said very flatly. Bill is the godfather of college football analytics. So I hope you accept that title. I mean it's I'm not GonNa say it was survival of the fittest is basically I google to college football analytics in about two thousand seven and it came up with basically result. So I, started doing it. So I. I kinda one by default, but I'll take it. Bill Conley now writes about college football for ESPN. So Bill I was all set to talk to you about the rich pageantry the back story to what was GONNA be the most anticipated college football game of the year and then twenty two, thousand, eight just got in everything and so we're GonNa talk about all the non covert angles to this game. Let's talk about the pandemic stuff I because Wednesday evening. We got news that Alabama coach Nick Sabin and the school's Athletic Director Greg Byrne both tested positive for covid nineteen. So as the basic SCO, we are talking this through on Thursday afternoon. What do we know what don't we know about Sabin and how much coaching can that guy do or not do remotely. So technically know the answer to that last part the if coaches in quarantine, he cannot you call in plays to the press box he cannot communicate with the actual coach's coaching the game of via. Zoom or whatever that is the rule as it's been laid out obviously that kills any great visions of them Willingham up and down the sideline with a on a little robot thing with a monitor ipad at the top of it we don't get any of that apparently but the rules as stated for these Special Times says that you can't do that and he will not be able to communicate and the coach himself. How is he feeling a medically? Do we know anything about that Wednesday evening win the actual diagnosis was announced he said he had no symptoms and. His daughter at one point actually tweeted out she. She announced very clearly she had permission from him to tweet it out, and then he was coaching the practice via zoom and whatnot. Okay. So that is at the very least some good news in a chaotic situation. Let's get back to that many robot proposal that you had because I was Kinda. Hoping. Like Nick Sabin would just appear on a projection screen somehow. Like Zorro Don, from power rangers, we lean towards absurdity in college football that would've been the best situation, but apparently, not apparently not. But like could he theoretically text someone on staff if he doesn't like the cut of the middle linebackers footwork Jib or something like is there creative wiggle room here? In College football, there are the rules and there are other rules you can prove you broke. So if he wants to tech somebody in the booth, I'm pretty sure nobody's GonNa GonNa figure that out I don't think you have to give your cell phone up at the door maybe maybe now you do I don't know but I'm pretty sure. He could probably get in touch with somebody if he really wanted to. So we don't know how Sabin contracted the virus yet. We. Don't know who else might test positive over the next day or so but it's also not the first time. A coach had to sit out a game this season because of a positive test, I think of Mike Norval, at Florida state. So those other situations shed any light on how this one might develop. Well Yeah, I think so far if I'm not mistaken Mike novell's the only coach who had to miss a game. You're others kind of Soda speak got a little lucky less miles had minor symptoms but his team was on a bye week at Kansas when he tested positive Blake Anderson at Arkansas. State. He had a fever for a decent amount of time, but I don't think they played a game during that time. So it was basically Mike Nevada, Florida state the Way College coaching works you know Sunday through Friday is is kind of the bigger deal and then Saturday just put the boat out in the sea and see what happens. So a having a former head coach Steve Sarkissian being able to take over maybe that's worth. It really pays off because plenty of guys still have lots of experience on that staff. So, Bill do we have faith here that there is not an outbreak situation going on? Well, one thing that Alabama has going for them is that they are either the only or one of the only programs in the that that is doing daily testing. So at the very least, you know that's not a substitute for contact tracing by any means, but it kinda stops contact. If nothing else you can more quickly address in isolate and all that. But Y- Way College football has worked this fall. You know basically a team puts out a press release on on Saturday morning and we are going to be without eighteen players. Thank you and that's all we really hear about it really has been a share as little information as possible kind of situation. So. It's it's something I. Don't know what it is. It's something.

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"bill conley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"bill conley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Lack on business rockstars and my guest today is bill Conley the author of the success this can act with a book about book is basically helping the average person create a blueprint for their own success awesome and so I read your book and I walk away with what you walk away with a mountain of of storytelling basically of people who've achieved success maybe started down one path and they found themselves in another path in unique ways not the traditional stories of fame and fortune and so you come from a background with some psychology background right that's right yeah so when it comes down to the difference between somebody achieving success and somebody not achieving success I personally think you can rationalize all day that well they didn't do the right thing at the right time in the right order which could be true they follow the wrong recipe or they did something at the wrong time or the wrong order I realize all that but at the end of days you give a hundred people the exact same blueprint or formula or recipe why is every single person with the exact same recipe can produce a different is all I thank you yeah I think it's the mindset and I think to take it a step further if you had a really boil it down to one element its resilience so you know whether you're somebody who's born into a difficult situation and you're trying to get out of that and make a life for yourself whether you're not nor who is trying to build a business that where you can hire tens of thousands of people right in and and really and inspire something the room the element of resilience is is the same as being able to bounce back give me a contextual example that the you've got in your life where you've been resilient and as a result you are achieving their more happiness better quality of life better health but relationships more success yeah I I think you know the example uses is the one I I use the genesis my book is about overcoming personal adversity and and I've had a lot of things I have a lot of clinical anxiety I've had a nervous breakdown hi I had to restructure the things in my life because I was doing too much and none of it was really that important to me to my you know real values that yeah and so I had to kind of restructure that and look through a lens of what was important and and find meaning in that way I think most people a life that I speak with if you ask them they look at you kind of crazy what's your purpose in life most people unfortunately having given himself the gift of figuring out their purpose in life and I think personally the foundation of everybody's purpose should be built on the pillars of growth and contribution growth meaning becoming your best self possible and contribution serving and using your gifts to give back to the world and hopefully finding a purpose to serve that's greater than yourself and so for you what's your advice to somebody out there let's say you know shot is listening with us right now and Sean doesn't know its purpose how did you find this purpose well first off hi John the second thing I would say is you know Sean or anyone else is listening or any person the the one thing I stated that is just listen to yourself you know I think that that people get really stock in this idea of having to find something whether its purpose whether its success whether it's the right job or the right relationship or whatever it is and again you kind of hear this sound a little cliche but you have to just let yourself give those signals to you it is right what isn't right and really lean and drive towards those things that you really find value in and it could be something very simple could be abit you have it could be something you do recreationally and again there's also something I tell people is if you do have a job a nine to five and you don't see the most purpose in that then find something that you do have purpose and on the weekends in the night and and really invest time in doing that as a hobby or as a side gig that you could potentially turn into something permanent down the line that's okay too I love that I think something that also is an under talked about discussions is how core values influence our decisions over almost anything and what I mean by that is most people have not consciously sat down in chose their core values at the at the essence of it somebody would say what your values they might say you know god health and family like true very powerful and very important things kind of cliche and what I mean by values is what type of personal traits do you value do you value contribution do you value integrity do you value growth those types of things do you value vulnerability those things so where in your life have you noticed that as soon as you started to understand and define your core values and live by them that you started to get success at a whole another direction well I I think that's a great example of that is when I just started being very open and vocal about mental health and about you know not being my perfect self all of the time I found so much meaning in that with people coming out to me who were a really struggling or had gone through a period where they had not been their best selves and just confiding in me Hey it meant a lot that you wrote about this or publish this article about this war spoke about this topic and and it's not something people talk about that that openly and that was really where I was like okay there's something here this is a bigger issue that I can kind of you don't really drive forward and really take ownership of in a meaningful way and it really just opened up the possibilities of of things that I can work on and people that I could work with and had so many incredible conversations with with entrepreneurs and people outside of business industry since then on that inspired me to do more and and and add things that you know to that through that lens with something that you're really excited about right now on your business that's something I'm really excited about right now is is working with all sorts of great partners and work with a lot lots of great people to help develop organizations I I'll give you an example there's a organization I read about my book called imperative and they do a lot of research about the future work one of the things that they've found is that there are purpose oriented people that say that either the bottom organizations are the top of organizations and they're the highest performers or the lowest performers depending on if they are satisfied with the way that that organizations are structured someone of things I'm really excited about working and is working with businesses to help them redefine the way that they're motivating and cultivating talent so that they can achieve those results it's not just a three percent raise every year it's not just a promotion every couple of years people value giving back the value contribution to society and we're learning that with millennials with young people so I'm excited about working with leadership and and on north help cultivate those teams well I love the fact also on top of the things you're doing in the business world you also have you know be a comedian is one of the things so I want to talk about that in.

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"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

"Morning tomorrow morning we continue the Buckeye conversation coach bill Conley and we'll ask about his necklace yes we will also speak on top of thanksgiving weather travel forty years extendable I had a chance to seal it tasted a live with that and we're going to want to Medicare for all you really have no testimony today that ties president trump to a scheme to withhold aid from Ukraine in exchange for these investigations other than my own presumption which is nothing that is the Democrats it'll full legacy in recent years they got caught mine is three hundred forty four days is information on golden spires solutions for for our final news roundup and information overload and we are live from Tyler Perry studios in Atlanta and good and to start the debate with the question on everyone's.

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"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

"Buckeyes get it done they knock off Cincinnati sixty four fifty six in the season opener always you just nineteen points in the first half the trail by seven and shot only thirty one percent from the floor but after halftime follow the range of fifty five percent scored forty five took the lead and put the game away here's coach Chris Holtmann give Cincinnati a lot of credit I thought they disrupted everything we wanted to do in the first half we could not run our offense so much so that we we basically scrapped our offense at halftime and ran kind of a very ation and I thought our guys were great Kyle young are the only Buckeye to finish in double figures and he was outstanding forty points thirteen rebounds Caleb Weston just eight points pretty eleven boards Buckeyes against UMass Lowell on Sunday football Buckeyes against Maryland at noon on Saturday the games on fox Ohio state of course now is number one in the college football playoff rankings in on the Jackson record podcaster stand Jackson pleasantly surprised that the playoff committee in his mind got it right I'm curious as to what this no one ranking does for them because they play with a chip on our shoulder all year long does this you know doll that ship a little bit celebrity Alexander maybe doesn't committees trying to do Brianna Sander and build up a house that doesn't run it but have you seen a team that is comparable you catch all of Jackson the coroner podcast page at six ten WTVN dot com is presented by Jermaine Toyota stale be with me tonight along with Jeff loaded bill Conley four Bucks line join the sixty eight at the buffalo wild wings on Bethel road college football last won a big game in the mac and Miami weeds Atalaya university twenty four to twenty one coming up on the schedule tonight the blue jackets out playing on the road trying to step that five game skid they are at Arizona and in Columbus U. S. women's national team the World Cup chan ians are in action my free stadium will.

"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

"Best Buckeye coverage bill Conley joins us on the live line right now and bill I I gotta ask you know right there in men's sports he's got to the rescue coach and he says loud and clear Ohio state is a better team now than they were a year ago. so I don't know how do you know that play in Cincinnati Indiana and Miami. well I think first of all don't look at defense I mean one of the best defensive teams in the country and I think he's exactly right that this is a better house they but I think the brass with a better team than a year ago too so so given that then I mean you seventeen point right now is the spread on the game with a high state being favor you feel like that's right since we're playing on the road. yeah you know I'm gonna go with mad a little bit on this so I think it'll be real close what most people think I think this may be the first game that actually goes into the fourth quarter because we jumped on people so early in on only way games Indiana and football game in Indiana is like a son the social this next one they'll get too fired up over there but I think the brass emails those fans are crazy yeah they're big red they go nuts well I think will bless the places four quarters yeah ostensibly well all I state is doing great defensively third in the country they're actually third in total an offense and third in defense right now nationally but they haven't seen an offense bill like Nebraska's Adrian Martinez is you know a dynamic player I I mention this one Dale Robinson the freshman JT Spielman and what is the key when you play offense like this Nebraska they spread it out they have a lot of the weapons what's the key for why is the defense way to kind of keep that in check. well first I guess all the big play that's something we're much better at this year man then we were a year ago and their team you know the Illinois the got behind came back not only is not the drug in all the world or anything like that but they have the potential of big place and Martinez themselves like you said the great athlete those other guys this is a good a skilled athlete group what I'd say one of the top three teams all seeing in terms offenses skill fortunately the fence and quite show the same thing but billing at one game the game this northern Illinois the one forty forty eight where they actually didn't have to play four quarters themselves so you know they've got some potential but I think our office should be able to move the ball I mentioned it's Joel speaking of Nebraska offense only they would have been comfortably winning that game last week against solar were not for turnovers they turned the ball over and gave Illinois a chance to win if you're a defense like Ohio state and you see a team that has this turnover issue which I'm sure that Scott frost working on to try to address the it doesn't change anything I mean are you going in with a hungry Hey we can bring you some maybe we can get a defensive touchdown what's their thought process going into a game like that no I think you got a coach get turnovers guess everybody every play on the field your in their first guy makes the tackle second third guy they try to break the ball out of the the runners arms and there's a thing about a second they're breaking so well on the football right now because we for seem to fall a lot when teams those a lot there's a greater chance of being under section distance your numbers and with the pressure we get up. so you know that's something you preach all the time in terms of defense so I don't think you'll be using different bill Conley our guest talking Buckeyes on newsradio six ten WTVN so bill whether people love or hate or somewhere in the middle on ESPN game days going to be in town it's been like a dozen years since game day has been in Nebraska and there are people will read into that say well Hey these guys think maybe there's upside potential they want to be on scene for that kind of thing you read anything into that yourself. are not it's not a lot because the by now the other great games to go to this week's might be all the better one and that I think they do like to try to change it up a little bit and because of tradition yeah that number excludes all Nebraska is fourth all time winning football program so you know you're going to the and they have to say schools in the top four of all time wins and I think that's what we pick them all right before I let you go we we got to ask you another one of the all time winningest programs of all time is up north of us Michigan okay they should. yeah the issue last week against Wisconsin it it feels like the rumblings about Jim Harbaugh from the fan base I had in the last two days I've just read more people like fed up with it he had always been seemingly getting the benefit of the doubt how much responsibility you put on Jim Harbaugh for failing to ever win a city begin game he's he's winless as an underdog at Michigan how much of it is on him how much it is it just they're not as good what are you seeing with Michigan in failing to even be competitive in that game last week. yeah I think first of all Jim Harbaugh has a tendency to make everything about himself he he likes the spotlight on him that things are going good when things are different story metric I heard the latest news of the day I watched Ali got special guy signed to watch make sure you don't jump off of stadiums for the games. but I've never seen misconceived team I'll think handled as much is Wisconsin office of line handled their defensive line may not go back into the linebackers laps they completely dominated team yeah he's going to have to get it turned around you lose more games and then it loses arch rival Ohio state then if Kim Mays go fast train out to him. no doubt I mean that's that's going to be the key for him if he can win against the Buckeyes better win this week they play Rucker's. otherwise you will be jumping off the job and that's. at the time. bill great stuff enjoy the rest your week my friend that's bill Conley Matt McCoy talking Buckeyes on newsradio six then.

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"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

"Of course is tonight head coach bill Conley who is obviously part of our best Buckeye coverage will be joining me here in just a couple of minutes and will will drill down a little bit on the Buckeyes seems like we've been doing this a lot that's because we have and I thought I don't think you leave any stone unturned when it comes to this game on Saturday a lot a lot a lot on the writing on this you know something else that somebody's got a lot riding on that's Alex Trebek right now he finished up chemotherapy I am really happy to see this story that right now he finished his last chemotherapy treatment he's preparing he's getting ready for next season of the show I don't want to say you know what I'm not even really surprised it just seemed like that based on him kind of almost was it kind of was a tongue in cheek or kind of funny the the video that he posted when obviously he was disclosing that he he's a way that he went about it was really kind of you go am I supposed to look Abigail says like he goes you know names like and I'm optimistic about the future because besides I'm not allowed to go anywhere I still have three years left on my contract is jeopardy it's absolutely amazing attitudes a matter of fact if he beats this by the way March of this year is when he was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer man if he ends up you know beating this and you know going on and on I'm telling you it would be you could actually you could you credit it to you have to credit it to his positive attitude in the way that he's handle at least part of it obviously for this I think that's incredibly important you hear this over and over my wife's in the medical field and they deal with it she deals with us all on an ongoing basis with regard to cancer and stuff and you know attitude is a huge part of it now clearly if you're riddled with you know there's been you know miracles and such but boy when you hear stage for pancreatic you go this is not good yeah I I hope it continues and I I hope Alex Trebek is going to be somebody that beats the odds and you know he's he's he's an older guy is this it's not like he's a spring chicken yeah but you know if he's if he's around for another five years I'd be tremendous or more yeah James souls our I thought this is really never him the jeopardy star he earned two point four million dollars after that thirty two game winning streak he donated some of his earnings Interfax name to a pancreatic cancer walk that was in Illinois earlier this year I didn't see that until just now on this story I think that is that is absolutely what a class move very cool traffic.

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"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"bill conley" Discussed on WTVN

"Coach Bill Conley joins me live at seven forty three. Then we'll get crispy onions take the spiel of minute that here at seven forty eight on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. So the Trump administration their plans for battling Jim Acosta in the courts have gone by the wayside having received the formal reply from council in letter November sixteen we've made a final determination in the process. Your heart pass is restored. So says the White House a letter sent by the White House to Costa outlines new rules for reporters at news conferences. They include reporters getting just one question follow ups at the president's discretion. White House is blaming CNN for the new rules saying we have created these rules with a degree of regrets. But given the position taken by CNN. We now feel obligated to replace previously shared practices with explicit rules. Got a new Netflix series lucrative book deals speeches aplenty Barack and Michelle Obama. It looks like they're tracking tour becoming billionaires take Michelle Obama's book deal. She was paid sixty five million in advance and the book has sold seven hundred twenty five thousand copies. So far, and as far as speeches go. Well, Michelle is asked it's two hundred twenty five thousand dollars for her to show up and the former president he's in at about four hundred thousand per speech. Pentagon set to begin pulling back some of the fifty eight hundred troops that were deployed to the US Mexico border. Army Lieutenant General Jeffrey Buchanan saying that some of those troops would begin heading home this week in the expects all soldiers to be back home by December fifteen the president requested the troops about a week before the midterms to protect against a migrant caravan. He called an invasion, the move, criticized as a political stunt editor the midterms troops officially deployed for logistical support. And Lieutenant General Buchanan says many of the troops have already completed their mission. Remember that story I wanna say it's maybe six eight weeks ago, something like that you have this homeless person. And then you have a woman and her boyfriend there's some exchange and they befriend the homeless person. And then they do a gofundme page. And it garners. Wow. A lot of money. Well, there's now a lawyer arguing on behalf of the woman she's been arrested in that scandal the story surfaced he homeless man gave his last twenty dollars to a woman who ran out of gas or McClure she's been arrested along with her boyfriend marked Amoco and the homeless man named Johnny bobbett. They come up with a story. They started to go fund me page, and it raises four hundred thousand dollars while mcclure's lawyer arguing that she was a bit naive to the whole thing and was not aware of any conspiracy. He does acknowledge they did spend some money among the expenditures, a Nubia m- w but prosecutors have texts the may show McClure may have been privy to the whole ordeal one series to a friend in which she said, okay. So wait the gas part is completely made up. The guy isn't I had to make something up to make people feel bad. So sure about the made up part.

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"bill conley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill conley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Homes is under center. Mcandrew city twenty-seven snappy dropback seven holds up the pocket got a block from Kelsey winds up long past. Always catch twenty ten touchdown. Does Bill Conley? Kelsen the downtown play action fake bootleg throwback attempt. Terry. Ten nobody. California striking fear into opponents. Those few words tyreek hill is wide open. The problem is it's hard to contain the guy. He's eggs here. He's bags there. You fall down which is what happened in this particular case defender fell down, and he was gone. And that's how they start the fourth quarter a seventy three yard touchdown catch. I you get the Westwood One. Call with Kevin Harlan and then the Mitch hold just call the local call the chiefs radio network. There's nobody in the state of California and then go up on the fifth turnover of the game and the third defensive touchdown of the game. I love the fact that defense played a huge role in the outcome. So just in Houston with a sack and a forced fumble. And it was picked up by Alan Bailey. And just like that the was gone poof. But it wasn't the first time. Remember, the rain started out the game thirteen nothing. They scored on the first two possessions of the night, and they had this almost well Greg's airline missed extra point. But they had a two touchdown lead. Then they have a ten point lead disappears that quickly in a puff of smoke. But here's the funny part about sense of urgency. Kansas City holds the lead for ninety seconds. So the ten point was a race quickly. But the cheese didn't hang on to their advantage for very long. And again, you start to see the bigger pass plays in the fourth quarter as the divas is get tired. And is you've got the quarterbacks slinging it all over. But also different receivers. So there's a major advantage right for an offense. That's got seven eight guys. They can throw out there and run through these schemes and run through these plays. Josh Reynolds, Robert woods, Gerald Everett. Hello Gerald ever. Get to know the tight end for the Los Angeles Rams. And so you have a Gerald Everett touchdown pass. And then you go to a play sixty five yard scoring drive. By Pat, Mahomes in Kansas City. But again, it's coming more fast. Or what is the name? There's so many of these movies the best theories, but too fast too furious. That's what's happening in the fourth quarter. California. It's starting to look more and more like that. Right. So the Rams are behind. And this is after Chris Conley second. Chris conley? Chris conley? Second touchdown catch. And you get Brandin cooks twenty two yards and right there at midfield. Like, whoa. Is this happening too quickly all of these thoughts? Right. This is happening too quickly. Are they're going to be able to do this is the chiefs defense going to come up with another big play. And you get what is probably going to be a highlight that you'll see over and over on Tuesday you'll hear over and over. It was the final touchdown of week eleven verse down.

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"bill conley" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"bill conley" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And my guest today is bill conley the author of the success disconnects what's the book about book is basically helping the average person create a blueprint for their own success awesome and so i read your book and i walk away with what you walk away with a mountain of storytelling basically of people who've achieved success maybe they started down one path and they found themselves in another path in unique ways not the traditional stories of fame and fortune and so you come from a background with some psychology background right that's right yeah so when it comes down to the difference between somebody achieving success and somebody not achieving success i personally think you can rationalize all day that oh well they didn't do the right thing at the right time in the right order which could be true they followed the wrong recipe or they did something at the wrong time or in the wrong order i agree with all of that but at the end of the day if you give one hundred people the exact same blueprint or formula or recipe wise every single person with the exact same recipe to produce a different result i think it yeah it's the mindset and i think to take it a step further if you had a really boil it down to one element it's resilience so whether you're somebody who's born into a difficult situation and you're trying to get out of that and make a life for yourself or whether you're an entrepreneur who is trying to build a business that where you can hire tens of thousands of people right and and really inspire something the element of resilience is is the same is able to bounce back give me a contextual example of that that you've done in your life where you've been resilient and as a result you ritchie be they're more happiness better quality of life better health but relationships more success yeah i think you know the example uses is the one i use the genesis of my book is about overcoming personal adversity and and i've had a lot of anxiety a lot of clinical zayed's i've had a nervous breakdown i i had to restructure the things in my wife because i was doing too much and none of it was really that important to me to my real value set and so i had to kind of restructure that and look through a lens of what was impose and find meaning in that way i think most people in life that i speak with if you ask them they look at you kinda crazy what's your purpose in life most people unfortunately haven't given themselves the gift of figuring out their purpose of life and i think personally the foundation of everybody's purpose should we built on the pillars of growth in contribution growth meaning becoming your best self possible in contribution serving in using your gifts to give back to the world and hopefully finding a purpose to serve that's greater than yourself and so for you what's your advice to somebody out there let's say you know sean is listening with us right now and sean doesn't know his purpose how does he find his purpose well first of all hi sean the second thing i would say is sean or anyone else that's listening or any person the one thing i say to them is just to listen to yourself you know i think that people get really stuck in this idea of having to find something whether it's purpose whether it's success whether it's the right job or the right relationship or whatever it is and again you kinda hear this sounds a little cliche but you have to just let yourself give those signals to you of what is right what isn't right and really lean in drive towards those things you really find value in and it could be something very simple could be a habit you have it could be.

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"bill conley" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"bill conley" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To me who were a really struggling or had gone through a period where they had not been their best selves and just confiding in me hey it meant a lot that you wrote about this or publishes article about this or spoke about this topic and it's not something people talk about that openly and that was really where i was like okay there's something here this is a bigger issue that i can kind of you know really drive forward and really take ownership of in a meaningful way and it really just opened up the possibilities of things that i can work on and people that i could work with and i've had so many incredible conversations with with entrepreneurs and people outside and business industry since then on that have inspired me to do more and and and add things to that you know to that through that lens what's something that you really excited about right now in your business something i'm really excited about right now is working with all sorts of great partners and working with a lot lots of great people to help develop organizations i'll give you an example there's a organization i read about my book called imperative and they do a lot of research about the future work in one of the things that they've found is that there are purpose oriented people that sit at either the bottom of organizations or the top of organizations and their highest performance or the lowest performance depending on if they are satisfied with the way that the organizations are structured so one of the things i'm really excited about working in is working with businesses to help them redefine the way that they're motivating and cultivating talent so that they can achieve those results it's not just a three percent raise every year it's not just the promotion every couple of years people value giving back they value contribution to society and we're learning that with millennials on with young people so i'm excited about working with leadership and entrepreneurs to help cultivate those teams you also have you know being a comedian is one of the things i wanna talk about that in a second with you bill conley is my guest i'm mark lack on business rockstars we're here to inspire inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs bill call is the author of the success disconnect a book that's basically a blueprint and a formula for you to achieve personal professional success.

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"bill conley" Discussed on Bang the Book

Bang the Book

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bill conley" Discussed on Bang the Book

"All right so let's transition to a different college market here let's talk some college football because that is the one of the primary drivers here in this industry between that and the nfl and obviously were still several months away but what are the things we talked about a lot here on this show is that because the time line for the college football offseason has been so accelerated you've already got some weak one lines that are out there i know fivetimes posted them i think even before the national championship game was finished did most of them they didn't win total come out of cg technology south point all have them five dimes will have pretty much every team in the country i think by what late may or early june something like that so the time line is much much quicker here as a result you've already got a set of college football power ratings you're pretty happy with yeah i'm really every mine i have finished them up a couple of weeks ago the the thing is is i i i've been doing this for years and the oxygen is different than in season and what what you do is you have to look at it not some people use we're turning starters i'm i'm not going to bag on you can use returning starters but that's kind of an op to view of what's coming back for the team because i think about alabama i mean they had so many freshman and sophomore is make tackles last year and then get hurt how do you gauge how many returns are they have on defense when you know i mean they've got over twenty guys the may double digits tackles last year so what counts technically is a starter to what you have to look at really is returning production and obviously the guy in the industry that the rights that up and get that out there is bill conley and here he doesn't really good job of saying this is the number of tackles it comes back this is the number of rushing yards is number wide receiver yards and you have to be able to take all of that information and turn it into a way that you're gonna join adjust the power rating so on top of.

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"bill conley" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bill conley" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"People that said it either the bottom organizations are the top of organizations and they're the highest performers or the lowest performers depending on if they are satisfied with the way that the organizations are structures one of the things i'm really excited about working in is working with businesses to help them redefine the way that they're motivating and cultivating talent so that they can achieve those results it's not just a three percent raise every year it's not just the promotion every couple of years people value giving back they valued contribution to society and we're learning that with millennials in with young people so i'm excited about working with leadership and entrepreneurs to help cultivate those teams blood love the fact also on top of the things you doing the business world you also have you know being a comedian his wanted to think so i wanna talk about that in a second with you bill conley is my guest marc lack on business rockstars we're here to inspire fyre informing connect a community of entrepreneurs bill calling the author of this success disconnect a book that basically a blueprint in a formula for you to achieve personal professional success and your life that acuras right yeah so part time comedian on the side of doing you know speaking begin author and being a business coach so tell me what one of the examples or what some of the exercise that you guys use when you go into these businesses you know you told me earlier that you have some that helps people be more creative tell me about that yes i mean one at one of the basic tenets of improvisation is the the idea of yes stand right when you if he adheres in an improper show is made up on the spot in that in stand up communists and economies pre written free rehearse when you go in and do his show people are making it up on the spot and of the basic tenets idea yes and which is to say you and i were doing and proud sandy l doing on aren't will come out and you said.

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"bill conley" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"bill conley" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

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