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"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"My buttons inside. My thing is a lot showing up today and and I just want to honor you and Truly acknowledged that work you do. And how much impact that you truly make in this world The world needs more Lisa's and Thankful for our friendship chip and as well as beautiful honour to interview. You thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate it and I look forward to many many many more four times while I can't thank you enough. You really brought it today. I am so impressed with you And I'm so grateful for this opportunity and And before before we quickly wrap up here and I do the Tro here. Please give everybody the opportunity to connect with you. How can people reach out to you from the initial consult or get on your platforms Arnaud? Yeah absolutely very easy. My name is Brad Bruce on all of my social media channels from Lincoln facebook Instagram Hanso B. R. A. D.. UC outside of that. You can find me. At Warrior minded media DOT COM is one of my websites and yeah yeah come come with me fantastic will again. I WANNA thank you for the gift of your time. I want to thank you for bringing those phenomenal questions to me. And for for stepping into the living fearlessly with Lisa McDonald hot seat as the host of this week show really impressed really impressed But not surprised right not surprised the listening audience. I WanNa thank you as well for the gift of your time. I'm very clear on my purpose. My purpose is to uplift due to fear less than to live more. You're until next Friday when we're joined by yet another phenomenal guest. I wish you a fantastic weekend. Love and gratitude to you all as well as to you. Brad take care everybody all my best aspe- by.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

16:16 min | 5 months ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"At you know you literally experienced some of the the toughest part of being in that type of work and as well as your own personal story during that time. How did you emotionally hold onto onto all of that space? Like of on hearing your clients tremendously difficult stories are witnessing suicides and dasent. How does one person person pulled out that you know there that cross few well well? That's a good question. And we know in the field we talk a lot about bike vicarious curious trauma and that was certainly a big component that was built in to working with my staff teams Because often they were on the crisis line and they were subjected to hearing all kinds of crazy disclosures unfortunate. Tragic disclosures Which of course I would decompress with them? We would bring in Official people who had that expertise outside of my own expertise on you know and it's just you know. Some people are wired for dot line of work. Some people are not some people I mean. It's a high turnover burnout rate Which is why I was very clear? Go to an agency. I do what I need to do whether it A. B. Cleaning it up whether it be Putting things in place that should have always been put in place I like to see the results implemented and then for my own health might own longevity in the field for twenty five years longevity. It was like okay. Let's go over to another agency so I was very clear on what my skills were. What my intentions were what I wanted to manifest in each role it was really just to build up solid staff teams? It was really to get people on board board with whatever that particular mission statement wise. It was really to make sure You know that when it came to things like performance appraisals that everybody was very clear. Clear on what team meant What people's different strengths were how we could compliment each other because at the end of the day? They're not there for me. I wasn't there for for them. We were jointly there for the clients. We were providing service for and I always came back to that in every management decision. I had to make whether it was writing someone up whether it was arbitration because that particular agency was unionized. Whatever the case may be it was does this decision whole true true with what is in the best interest for what we say? We're doing as a service provider to ensure that we're always meeting the clients needs and if there was any element of question or gray area on that. That's where the where cut to be done so because I'm always in the zone with what I need to to do And it's because it's it's really being committed to other people's growth other people's development getting people out of crisis mode Getting staff on truck getting everybody working off the same page You know yes. There was always unfortunate crises. That came up. That was the nature of the game. But you know I was always tapped into. Okay Lisa. Go Talk to your colleagues. Go go to whatever you need resource wise that's at your disposal disposal to make sure that you yourself are going down the rabbit hole. You're not getting re-triggered. You're not making unhappy unsound decisions because you still have to. Do you still have to at that. Level of management and within that type of high crisis volatile environment unique. To be you have to. You've gotTA figure did you yourself out and you've got to know that you're bringing your best all the time because it it might not particular line of work it could be the difference between life and death it really early pray while yeah absolutely at it. Sounds like in that line of work is there is a lot of work for you and as that. That's a amazing half half because of that you know. And it's those moments throats that's really kinda define US and how we step up which is incredible so you went from you know Social Oregon spending a lot of time that industry to now you know be in this radio maven and podcast maven outed that transition because that's a very different transition for you so what happened to to make that happen to get you into what you're doing now. Well you're very good with time lining the story story that I really appreciate this. You know you've got the seats down Pat So that it all sits for the listening audience. Who did a great job? Thank you and being cognizant of time the the most sinked way I can answer that question. Brad is Again no secret. This is out there. public public knowledge. I'm in Oakland Book. I'm transparent. I'm all about that. So you know in two thousand eleven. As a result of my marriage having failed Dissolved whatever you wish wish to say to define that determinate You know I then very quickly. was propelled into single parenthood. My children were then aged three in eighteen months older. Now eleven nine and a half So it seems like eons ago some instances it seems like only yesterday But I had had to be very cognizant of okay once my children become full-time school aged For what we've endured for everything that we're grappling with for minimal infrastructure. Sure of support on and knowing that at the time we had done at Transcanada move so I have now back in two thousand eleven. I had transplanted myself. Alf back into the very town. I exited to go out to Alberta And had lived for ten years. My kids were both born there. So they're out Burton's came back two one terrier because for the circumstances I knew that's where we would be best suited To to live going forward and So I needed needed to really figure out very quickly What am I gonNa do to garner and income when sees kids are full-time school aged? And so once upon a time you know being in senior management and working in residential care primarily working on crisis management that worked for me as a careerist and it worked for me Eh before children entered the scene And although I kept all my networks and contacts alive and certainly would have had something to walk back into. It just wasn't conducive to my new set of circumstances so I took a very hard nosed look at my transferable skills and when I thought about how how I always been immersed in the realm of personal growth personal development for the roles in the hat I occupied in war at the time I was oftentimes the the person who would get interviewed quoted on media etc etc and because I interviewed people extensively whether it be staff whether it be through my counselling skills interfacing with with clients you know interfacing with politicians ministry etc etc.. I was no stranger To due to talking I was no stranger To putting being the face to whatever the plight that caused the mission and so I just got exceptionally option clear about what my transferable skills were and it started out initially with being out content for four children's books then as a result of needing My first ever her website so as to get my books out there to the collective not wanting to ever play small and sell to people in my hometown As a result of my website being out there. That's how I got sought out by Cameron steal the network owner of the contact. Talk Radio Network. He then asked me. We had a great conversation about you know. Have you ever thought about being your on radio show host to which of course at that point my juncture I had naught but it seemed like a good fit and so I thought okay. That's a business model. If I pay my dues I hit the pavement development and I go after all the people that I would actually love to be joined with on radio as a way of publicly thanking them for the ways that they had once upon the timing continued to be instrumental in my own healing journey. My own personal growth personal development journey my business mindset etc etc CETERA. Then I thought that's great and so because I got a lot of top tier people and it was one right after the other. I was very fortunate in having amassed a huge following quite quickly and so I knew that that was going to become a business model. It was going to be monetize. It was going to be paid a play on and and I've continued route throughout the course of doing this now for five years because of the people I'm connected with like Arianna Huffington's and the C. Suite. Jeffrey Hayslett said the contact Talk Radio Network and people who I've interviewed who had such a great experience. They've then put me in contact with other fantastic people. It's just morphed into you really an awesome business model a really good way to live my life which still honors what it is. That's at the crux of what I want to do. What I believe? I'm here to do which is still the advocacy component which is still the self-empowerment component which is still personal growth personal development plus business and now it's uplifting getting people to fear lesson to live more so rather than just going after whatever the people within the target agency or demographic of client population as I can get this message out. They are globally internationally. Two hundred forty five countries. That were hurt in every week. That's amazing what they share there and I know the amount of sugar the amount of work that you put into your purpose and it's it's a one thing that I come across a lot and I'm sure you as well is being a mom or a father and an entrepreneur opener or so many people come to me and say they can't chase their dreams because they are parents and you've clearly it made that you know a very false statement. What would you say to somebody is that is a bomb or a single mom at that or you know a single father? What would you say to them that they had this ambition this dream that they're holding themselves back because they feel that they don't have the time to do it? Well my my answer Sir is always twofold one you know I. I'm a very caring very compassionate person. I understand I recognize. We're all operating at different levels of self awareness ernest. I understand that we're all in different levels within the healing journey. I understand that we all have different infrastructures of support. I understand that myself concept for where where I am today. And how evolved I am and how much work I continually plug in myself is not necessarily the mindset of the person who I'm speaking to who you know is like on the verge of mental breakdown breakdown. I get that but at the same time when I because I have never defaulted to giving myself permission to give give myself excuses to you. Know to to not step into my greatness to not do all the things that I know are going to intuitively properly early. Make me a more well rounded and healthy individual call it the mom hat call it to curse hot call it the family member hat. Call it the whatever had You know because if if I don't show up for myself how am I going to show up for anyone else so I mean because I tapped into that very quickly and because I realized for everything I had been in before and knowing that duality within myself like you know Lisa you can easily go down the rabbit hole or you can continually take one step in front of the other in the right direction. That's going to continually put you on the trajectory of. Where did she say you want to go? And so that comes without excuse making that comes without pointing the finger and blaming other people it comes with massive accountability. It comes with massive conviction and self belief because I can't ask schedule people to believe in me or my show or my books or my mentoring services or anything else. If I don't fundamentally walk the talk myself and I'm not the embodiment argument of the breathing. Example of that and people people can pick up on things before you even open your mouth. People can pick up an energy very quickly and and people can tell instantly before your mouth even opens you know is you know. What's the VIBE here? Is this person giving off the persona of what's real. Oh what's true and the things that would would hopefully resonate with me So you know I go to the people and oftentimes that's that's that's that's the mindset and. That's the energetic sphere of somebody. Who seeking me out Because they're in the throes of whatever they're going through and and they don't want to settle for that they don't want to succumb to that they don't want to Let dot also be their defining script for how the rest of their life is going to go. Oh and so when people see what I've managed to eradicate in my life or what I've managed to relinquish simultaneously embrace relinquish the old stuff the old doctrine doctrine to old false beliefs old concepts The old things that kept me stock the all kings kept me playing small and when people can see that I step into my the greatness every single day and I see greatness and everyone regardless of whether they themselves are at that point where they can see it for themselves than were them were. Then we're getting on. Were we're done. We're getting things in motion and the first thing I always start with is self dialogue. South dialogue will change and recalibrate self concept onset self concept will recalibrate and reshift self worth Southworth will recalibrate results. You know so. There's there's step by step process and I take a look at where that person is and then we jumping accordingly.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

14:20 min | 5 months ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"I attended I ended up taking a bit of a hiatus I started. Did you know being at sixteen. I had to support myself and be self sufficient because I might my ties with my family. Were not intact at the time At one parent in another another country I had One parent who you know was relatively in the honeymoon phase of their second marriage So I just felt really displaced and I really felt like I was on my own and So yeah when you're at that time which I was. I was one of if not the only people that I can recall being a sixteen year old. who had their own apartment so my choice was already central? You know so yeah. There was drugs there was alcohol. All there was all kinds of things that should not have been happening and But again I don't regret any of that because if I didn't if Clyde in fall into the the abyss of feeling like I was in my darkest in my lowest of lows. There wouldn't have been something within me that would have like call it. Inner voice call it intuition mission. Call it like I just can't go down any further. It was like you know what Lisa you're better than this because You know I was. It was a dual reality. I was once upon a time. I'm also a competitive swimmer. And so you know. My my goal was to represent Canada. The Olympics. I was practicing six days a week six days a week. Twice the day It was a very rigorous regimen I swam with Joanne Malar who ended up representing Canada. And so oh I'd already. I already known what it was to be focused to be self-disciplined to be in the zone to level up to scale to leverage to all of those things and so it with this dichotomy between Competitive Lisa who only ever strives to be the best version of herself. WHO's only ever in competition with yourself particularly for that being a very individualized sport? It's always about shaving time off your own clock and you know so I mean there was a and I had mentors. I had coaches coaches. I mean so I had already embarked upon what that world did look like what it felt like what it could always continue to look like and then I vacillated back and forth between being that Awesome Lisa to fuck up Lisa and And then finally it was like no I you know so. I can't be making minimum wage. You know I was working at a place where people who I sit have still been in school with. Were coming on their lunch break. I worked at this It was called the Horn of plenty here and Dundas health food place. People will come and get their lunch. They go back to school and I'm still there and I'm paying my own bills and it just thought it just sucked worked so I just thought lease I gotta go back to school so I did end up going back to school. Wasn't I didn't graduate with what should have been my graduating class Through a guidance counselor al-Sir they got me connected with a CO OP placement which placed me in the Social Work Department at the Canadian National Institute for the blind that led to my first real job in the field which then then let me getting a taste and thirst hunger for more and when I realized I'm I really need to be in this position of being able to serve other people and we'll get focus off me back a little bit there. There's a part where you there is a defining moment therefore you as a young woman where you went from being in what you called fucked up to you know quickly saying I'm deficit non-flight what was the catalyst that made that. That shift happened for you at that time. I was in the recovery. Movers talk about rock bottom. Like what was that forty. WHAT IS THAT'S A? That's a lot from a place like Venus sixteen year old young lady it drugs alcohol kind of living in that dark state and then all of a sudden you get this new sentence of up driving ambition to what was that made that decision. Yeah well you know I think it was a succession of things but it was. It was a succession of too many of the wrong things. That really put me in a Low vibrational place on a consistent level. It was like you know who likes feeling hungover. Who likes cleaning up everyone else's empties after they've gone back to the comfort of their parents? It's nice homes and driving their parents luxury cars and going back to school and really having like a good infrastructure of support I mean so I mean because because of my own poor choices I was constantly reminding myself it was in my face every single day for that period of time that I sat in that space. Where you know this this is not good this is not good? You're going nowhere fast Lisa and there was. I had enough wherewithal with all within myself to an particularly having had a taste of what it was to be a good swimmer and to have that regimen of discipline in my life and to have a goal all and to have something to strive for You know I didn't forget that experience of what that felt like what that tasted like and I remembered it always consistently like being good and it was like you know I need to somehow get back into that high vibrational space. I need to start respecting myself. I need to start honoring bring myself. I need to start making better decisions and I just need to get my act together big time well amazing and you talk about this like when when you were a young lady in swim a competitive swimming and that driving ambition you had it. I know you to be one of the most ambitious women I've ever ever. I've been fortunate to me and it's quite infectious Hash just who absolutely and I've always wondered. This can ambition be he cultivated or are people just naturally born with it and you mentioned like how you got the drive at real always ambitious even as a little girl or is that something you had cultivated through self talk or or some of the work that you've done you know early on in life that's a good question and I don't know if I can slowly completely honestly because I mean you know memories get jarred. Things are a little bit foggy looking back on once upon a time but I think once I got a taste of it once I knew what it was that I was passionate about what it was. I knew I was good at what it was. I excelled L. Debt I'm one of those people. I'm one of those people where I'm all in. I'm all out and all in or all out with the good stuff I can be the all in or all out with the bad stuff on. And when I finally realised through dabbling in both realities of what's good for me which I also love and I'm like you know Jones and for every day the good stuff as compared to having been in the abyss and that being very very much my lifestyle choices poor choices poor decision making but again I don't I don't I don't bang myself. I don't beat myself up for my mistakes because I had. I not made those mistakes. I don't think I would constantly live in fear of gratitude for which I do Because I know what it's like to have nothing nothing. I know what it's like to be glossed over. I know what it's like to be silenced. I know what it's like to be ostracized. I know what it's like to feel like on the outside of everything and to have nothing and so you know you can either be addicted to pain or you can be addicted to some people call it success. Some people call it just striving to be your best south. Every single day we all define these things differently but obviously at one point subconsciously unconsciously. I addicted to pain at the same time. I've also for for more so than not. I've been addicted to my own growth and development. And that's more into success that's morphed into its Morton degrade opportunities great partnerships Good success good accolades You know being in a position to contributors to society instead of draining on it so you know. Yeah so I I've stuck with the good stuff and this this this is where I'm here to stay mistakes. Yeah amazing and You know that's admirable the DO I. I learned the hard way from remind. Thanks so it's hard hard mistakes but it's nice when you meet somebody that can be. Has that boys and you can share stories your listeners. It's tremendous amount of the value and one thing you talk about and I've heard this one of your other Inter or one of your other talks. Is You talk about connecting your pain to your passion ashes and this got me so jacked up in excited because it's so it's such a bold statement and it's I find it to be very true. Do not many people know this secret wisdom. And I'd like to you deliberate a little bit on that connects you to your pain. Cheer Passion and what. You're serious he is behind that. Yeah well I've kind of refined in rehome that a little bit. And it's not that they're still truth to that. But I think I think the most so-called quote unquote successful people and again all successful people have a pretty brutal back story I will. I will go on record as saying Truly I believe that and that's been the majority of the people who I've interviewed. Who could equally attest to that? But I think desperation is what catapult Holtz one into a crystallized understanding very quickly of what their intended purpose is their inherent purpose. And I think once you tap into what your purposes which is birth out of desperation which equates to pain underlying pain then of course whatever your purposes it evokes passion I'm very impassioned by every aspect of what I do for my life but it wasn't passion that got me on the trajectory of figuring out what my purpose was. It was pain. It was desperation. I'm so to get into that. We'll get into a little bit more of that but I wanna go I go back. I mean you're truly in your purpose your in your passions but you went from this being this young teenage girl going into social work and then into this. You know what you're doing now at Allen or go into a little bit deeper into that as well as your the time spent as a young woman at this point in in Social Work Utah to talk to us a little bit about that and how that experience was well you know because scientists working specifically in crisis management and because I had worked with pretty much every population demographic That I think is out there. I mean I worked with kids. In group homes foster homes I did foster parent my relief foster parent relief in my own home so is to Allow the foster parents From burning out this this is how I eventually paid myself to put myself through college and university. There was no grant source no loans. There is no mommy no daddy I did it completely on my own on. So you know when taking people for rape kits on a regular basis or you're interfacing with judge in the court systems on when you're part of indirectly as a tentacle within Social Social Services Your Working on the other end of children having been apprehended from their abusive parents When you're dealing with kids who are on the spectrum of all kinds of diagnoses whether they founded unfounded over diagnosed underdiagnosed?.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

12:59 min | 5 months ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"It's everybody who has a relationship with US regardless of the the capacity passively or the stature of the relationship everybody's GonNa see quite differently But in terms of how I remember seeing myself and and I don't do all in this space space but yes facts. Story is very important when we're talking about connecting the DOTS so As I shared with you and private conversations Brad when we first began knowing knowing each other I'm an open book so I've you know I don't define myself by this. I don't feel shame I don't stigmatize myself but not unlike unfortunately many people in today's world I wasn't incest survivor. And that started for me at very young age of four and now that I have two children burn up my own and having seen what four year old looks like in an adult capacity it really puts a different perspective on things and I have both a boy and the girl so I've tried to see through the lens of both of them because of course we know that this particular type of abuse and all abuses i. It's not gender specific and it afflicts everybody body from all walks of life no matter how intact the family unit might appear to be regardless of socioeconomic status regardless of your zip code regardless of what your parents do for a living. You know the list goes on So you know what what made the situation of abuse worse I than the perpetrator and being at the hands of the perpetrator which was my Maternal stepfather my my maternal grants step grandfather got got an old time for for while four and and what I didn't know until years past is he is that this was something that had happened are too many people within and outside of my family This was something that had happened to his own. Two young girls also Of his first marriage when he lived in thick it was New Zealand and Happened to people. Girls who befriended every time we went to England because that's where they lived he he and my grandmother And so I got quite familiarized with two young girls who were sisters. Who lived up the road and I found out again years down? The road That this had happened to them. It had happened to my aunt. It had happened to my cousin and the list goes on. And who knows how many other people But he's now that is such a tough stuff well and the thing is I kind of digressed there but all all equally important Ought to lay the foundation of this story But my mom knew what he was all about and yet she failed to protect me and as a mom myself the primary I have no concept of how that's even valuable so I have to. I have to my mom's also passed on so I have to. I do think that there must have been some kind of disconnect there some kind of maybe mental health issue. I don't really know It's all subjective and You know and if you were here today she might have her own take on it. Although she did later on profusely apologize and she did take responsibility but there was emotiv estrangement between the two of us as a result of that. And so anyway I you know I fall into many categories again which I don't Stigmatize myself by. I don't define myself by. I'm single mom. I miss you know I've got two kids And let me ask you a question Russian there how do you. How do you get into that state of going from you? Know that severe trauma to not stigmatizing yourself because I know a lot of listeners here have gone through very similar stopping monkey myself included of like knock going into that shame and not being stigmatized. How did you get to that point of not feeling class? Ten great great great question Brad. Thank you Yes and that didn't come overnight. That came with a lot of work that came with a lot of healing healing is an ongoing process assess. It doesn't matter how actualized you are. It doesn't matter how evolved you are. It doesn't matter how successful you are. It doesn't matter how confident you are and I'm all those things but it's still an ongoing healing process You know but different things affect me differently now and You know people will. I've said this and I've have declared this and I mean this wholeheartedly and sincerely one hundred percent if I had to go back and be subjected to having to relive that all all over again as four-year-old Lisa. I would do that and I would do that. Not Because I wish that upon myself nor do I wish that upon anybody who perhaps this listening to the show or anybody in general through all walks of life but I very quickly became immersed in the realm in the world of personal growth personal development and had that not happened to me Brad. I don't know that I would be d genuine. Natural Impact Compassionate Giver Giver Contributor to society that I am and I know that that's a choice because oftentimes people will deviate and they can't get out underneath that rock of victimology at only is is focused on. You know what's happened to them. I saw it as a lesson I saw it as a gift. I saw it as a blessing because that then propelled me into twenty five years as a senior manager in crisis management in social services. So I got for people who didn't only I share my circumstances and being a different level of my own healing I was able to empower them as I always have to empower themselves and Always a staunch launch advocate always for the underdog always about people's rights equal rights human rights. It's not gender specific although I do you know I am a feminist it but you know so had that not happened to me. I don't know maybe I would have gone off and worked in the corporate world. Maybe I would have been you know. Maybe I would have been cold old. Maybe I would have liked not cared about charity work and fundraising and humanity and people's Energy and people's hearts and people's souls So I've certainly certainly derived much more benefit and gains from my life experience of working with people all as opposed to the the years where that was part and parcel Ursel of of Mike Journey and my the one chapter in my book But there's been many other chapters that have been birth and they've all been yummy and they've been beautiful and I turned shit into gold. I'm the queen of that statement was was your videos and I came across what you said. That exact quote a Mike Don is quoted everywhere. I love. It's so good now There's there's a lot there and I love that you're able take that That really hard experience at dive into the work and I think that is the life path or somebody that has dealt with some sort of trauma or abuse abuse is Is when you get a little bit older you know. Let's say for example. Some of the is a bit younger and Dave experiences. CEPA trauma would would you. What would be your suggestions for things that they can actually start doing research developing into that work? That south work. Well the first suggestion. It's for anybody anybody who's still living within that sphere of silence and it's unspoken and it's non disclosed. You've got to get it out there you've got you've got to talk to somebody who you can trust last two. You can confide in you know and get that ball rolling because otherwise you internalize these things and I believe in mind body spirit. So if these cancerous truths are eating away in eroding your soul and your spirit that manifest into physical symptoms that manifest into relationship ship dysfunction that relationship that that were sent to all kinds of other aspects. Were you bleed out on so I really highly encourage urge people to you know. Take what's happened to you and the first step is go talk to somebody go go. Share it with somebody you know go to the authorities go in. I mean this is going to speak to different aspects of demographic depending on resources but whoever it is that's in your realm of infrastructure support please do not bear the brunt of not only abuse itself all but keeping that immersed in secrecy in the silences and the recesses of your brain your own mind. You've gotta you've gotTa get it out you've got to unleash it you gotta get without. And then the right people will navigate. You a maneuver you trout the journey of resources Central to your geographical area support groups one eight hundred numbers counselors grief counselors healing sexual assault centers or or whatever the abuse may be that's more applicable to your circumstances But there's no coincidence again. Brad you know for that kind of taboo in particular type of abuse where it is very silencing it is very shaming it is very isolating you know for once upon a time where I could not speak? I felt immobilized by I fear. Now you can't shut me up right. I've got radio show host. I got my own platform they used to do TV. I talk about about these things extensively and for anybody who still is working with the misbelief. A misnomer. That vulnerability is a weakness. I'm here to tell you and to correct you. It is in fact a strength under ball. Ross Reid child we all come with baggage pitch. We all have skeletons. We all have things that have unfortunately been Perpetrated upon us on call it abuse or call it different types of things But at the same time it's a choice with what we do with that we can use it to empower us. We can use it to grow us an intern once we get on that trajectory of south healing and self help and self empowerment. Then we recognize that. It's a gift and we can use it to empower other people then but this is what it's all about the same man. I love that and as you know you know. With a neighbor ounce work on toxic. Shame her work cus the Shame is empathy. And how you get. Empathy is by sharing your story. People are literally sitting in silence. Right now suffering tremendously annus. Through that fear overcoming are living fearlessly of a going into our story. Insuring that with another human being we create that apathetic connection which has added antidote. Shame I love that and what they talked about. As a briefly there was a how trauma affects us. All and I'm curious as as you went from this beautiful little girl into your adolescence teenage years. That's typically when trauma starts manifest itself. Now what what was it like. How did it started affecting you when you're growing up in your teenage years? What was it for some people? It's drugs alcohol for some people. It's like ambition. Some some people all different things. What was it like for you headed manifestation manifesting negatively on your great question? Another great questions. You're perfect for this. It would take a cheap well adolescence as we all know even if you take out all of those external factors in even if somebody had a so called perfect upbringing up perfect childhood and I question the word perfect. I don't think that exists at all for anyone but adolescence since in itself can be a very difficult confusing time. And you compound that with Mike Circumstances and a whole plethora of other things that I've not even gone into detail about that. We're that compounded. My situation. My parents having gone through a divorce eventually. My mom you know I got kicked out of the House. My brother got kicked out of the House. you know having to be uprooted from the only sense of familiarity and stability in my life at the time. which was the town that I grew wapping my school my friends that was my buffer zone? That was my infrastructure of support. So it all got ripped out from underneath me for reasons. I could not understand and again I wasn't working with a mom who was intact with me at the time. was clearly connected with herself and so that everything out everybody went into Fend for themselves. Mode and so I got kicked out of the House at Sixteen. Yeah I got kicked out of the first high school I attended than I got kicked out of the second high school that.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"To Doc. Brad started this journey into Self Development and coaching over eighteen years ago. When Brad found himself in an executive leadership position at the age of twenty years wrestled climbing the corporate ladder quickly now he wasn't just responsible for himself anymore but was equally responsible for a team of over eighty plus employees? Brad knew that he had to develop himself in many areas in order to continue his path to success but had no idea how until the day he met his first of many many mentors. This would springboard himself into launching a career of self development and Improvement Training and education. Since then Brad has mentored it and coached hundreds of people and spent thousands of hours on receiving the top training and coaching which he will gladly pass on to you the listeners. Part of his journey has then his story from the darkness of Mental Health and addiction into the shining. Light of recovering Brag found himself in deep pit of despair with no one or no where to turn earn to depression anxiety and eventually drug addiction. Brad was faced with two truths. Go to the bitter end or come out. Fighting for his life broad chose the latter brad has helped countless men and women navigate through their tough journey from darkness to Light Advanced Training in Union Shadow. Work Mindfulness base cognitive behavior. Therapy and other behavior therapy models also combined with many years of education development of mindfulness meditation practice actus and has studied multiple forms of Buddhism Hinduism and Yoga and uses these principles to achieve great success and lasting change. Welcome to living fearlessly with Lisa McDonald as the host. How are you my friend? Oh Wow what it should. Can you just like like narrate my life always it to you. That's a testament to your commitment and your longevity and so you know oftentimes when I'm interviewing people that's often the response like is that me or talking about. Did I actually do all those things. Wow that's awesome Imposter Saddams a real thing worked. Because that's a choice right exactly and I can't wait to dig into some of that work with you here today and I just want to say firstly slave thank you. I'm very very grateful for this opportunity to interview and I get into no you Over the course of this last little while has been just a true gift and I also wanted acknowledge the work that you do in your community and for the listeners it. It's huge in the takeaways that I get from your show or just tremendous. Oh thank you for being that that. What's up boys of change of Voice of hope and And I really inspiring us. I'm very grateful. Thank you brought him very touched by your kind. Very generous is words. So that works both ways and It's all about the mirroring effect. Which is why? There's no coincidence to you being on the show regardless of the changing hats here Pass the baton over to you. So I'm in your capable hands and maybe maybe you want to sorry. I'm a little bit micromanaging. Here can't help it. I'm GONNA show but maybe not to say that or suggests that you were going to do this anyway but maybe you want to give some context the listening audience adventure to podcast subscribers. For why we're doing doing it this way and why you today. Yeah that's a that's great You know one of the things that we talked about is your show. The premise is living fearlessly and getting out of our comfort zones. And there's two reasons that I really wanted to do. This is a is to you. You know for the audience to to really get to know you that you do live furious life and that you do step out of your comfort zone but more importantly so so everyone could get to know you and and that's the part that's really getting excited about this is knowing a little bit about your story like you have like just such a powerful story and a really powerful message edge and that's really what we want to get out here today and to show people that they can live through in their own lives and why me well. That is a great question I'll I say this. My wicked terming looks but recent told I have a face for radio so this is really fitting. Yeah well then you need new friends ban gereously but I. It's I appreciate that. There is an element and a huge aspect of truth to what you just said but would it also underscores. That at a deeper level is because I'm all about off facilitating in whatever way I can through whatever modality of of media media my platforms etc.. It's also giving other people an opportunity to live fearlessly and even though you have extensive background with coaching people interviewing doing people your own media platforms and doing quite extremely well in that space Brad. It's also you know giving people the opportunity to live fearlessly with. It's me by doing something. That's not necessarily part of their daily grind. So thank you for stepping up to the challenge. I love that day Q.. Yeah let's live fearlessly together. Let's let's dig. Dan Are Awesome so I wanna take us like back. I want to get to know a little Lisa little debts and for the viewers. A little bit about your story. Very in about You know the younger year as I really want to kind of dive in. So why don't you take us back to what little Easter was like growing up. I I guess it depends on who you're asking. But if you're asking me directly I.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

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"brad bruce" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

13:39 min | 6 months ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"They didn't even have a poster they hit a xerox copy of what the might've been like it went out and perceived per silva it did more business than anything big else. So they'll we bet. Big Mistake is a big hit which they then released wide across the country with no buildup. Nobody knew anything about got it because one of the things that I had done to help promote it was I went on Good Morning America and this is where narrow was a great great challenge because he normally didn't promote his films and the idea of an interview with Robert. Deniro was too exciting for them. So Bobby Kay. John and I came on with Maria. Shriver was running the program and she does the interview of Bobby. And Bobby's yes. No that's what he does. Yeah that's it gave nothing inside out. Desperation turns to me and say Terry I hear you have a problem with the studio and I said no me. I don't have a problem with a studio. I have problem with one man. His name is said Sheinberg and I pulled out an eight by ten black and white glossy of emp at round round up to the camera holding up in front of millions of people of A. When you get this kind of situation Jack Bath? You'd play this whole war between rely because I'm just played around. Sit is try to be corporate responsible right so he says really dull things that I say something funny on this goes does the end we should just remind people your first lasker nomination best original screenplay and best art direction as well nomination. It's obviously today considered one of the great and last thing about that that I just WanNa mention some people talk about having the film having a sad ending you have said absolutely. I'm not and I loved your reasoning. Can you share it with Roy listeners. If you're living in a world as crazed as the world of Brazil going mad is was quite happy thing at least Sam is happy in his own mind to the rest of the world he is a lunatic. But who cares if you're happy with yourself so all right now that was eighty five. Eighty eight is the next one adventures of Baron Munchausen and you have said said that. This was your magnificent Amerson so just remind evil John. Wells has citizen Kane pisses everybody off but it's a big. You know great masterpiece and then they screwed on the next one. So what here. You know the way. It's been portrayed. It's a huge budget for those those days. Twenty three million. I think it ends ends up going very over budget and then Columbia was being sold the time to Sony. I think you said they kind of just dumped the movie. They of course blamed blamed the movie. So what actually happened here. Well we were shooting in to the Cheetah and the producer I had was a very interesting interesting guy who's great role models in life where Alexander the Great Napoleon deal horrendous and he we we raised out of Columbia twenty three and a half million and he got the first accountant in to look at the screenplay and do a budget and it was sixty billion and he fired him and then he got another one who came in at fifty fired him. We eventually after several counts later goddaughter twenty three and a half now saint started wrong fairly early on the production because doing Italy in Rome. Say This is the big movie movie ever made in Rome after Cleopatra because it Rome people have beautiful houses. Thanks to their working Patrick. It was a great boondoggle. What is what warrants and suddenly? We're in the same situation. As big budget. Film had the production. It would just be ripped off madly every day. I was running around predicated keep going anyway. The shoot six weeks into the shoot. They looked at the budget and they predicted we were going to be about two or three million. Get over getting be more each day it was more and nothing was changing. Because I story boarded the whole film. It was very detailed so there were no I hidden things. It was just the chaotic nature of the production and so they actually six they pull the plug. It's over and basically they. They said the baron could not go to the moon now. Admittedly that point. The Moon Moon was Sean Connery and there were two thousand people on the Moon who all lost their heads at different points. It was my sessile. Be Bill Moment and they said you can't go to the moon and I said well we've stopped and I will. We'll make sure that we go to the moon. But yes we won't have two thousand and we won't have Sean Connery and took three Zeros away. It was two people the movement and there was no point of having Shaun King of only and and Robin came in to fill that gap and it was breathtaking. Thanks we started up again but what had happened in the two weeks. We stopped production. Is You've got to keep the art department working because we were buying on sets. Of course they didn't so we I started began and we're still behind in the end. I have no idea what the film calls. Nobody has come forward with. A real number was one of those things where it just goes crazy the studio at the we get the film Don and the studio now is changing hands at new set of people so the old regime in all of these moments. They'll regimes films. Must Look as bad as a so that the new regime's film looked successful and I. It was the one time I did a compromise. Phyllis two hours and five minutes long and dawn steele who was head of production. That if you cut it down to two hours we will be behind the thing totally and I did. I cut five minutes out. It hasn't changed the film. Nothing is central was lost but there was no quid pro quo. It does not happen and the new regime actually. They only made one hundred and seventeen prints of the film. This is one thousand. They dumped it basically. And that's what happened. You know understandably having poured yourself into this movie and then to have that happen to it. It's been described that you sort of were. We're in a bit of a funk a little bit of a depression after that and then a couple of things change you sign with the U.. I think at their urging are open to looking at other the people scripts for the first time and then we come to the Fisher King. And so here's one. That was so successful Oscar winning for Mercedes rule. You're a bunch of other. Nominations made money people. Love it and your reaction of course quote. The problem with the Fisher King was that it was successful. It made me a commodity in Hollywood close quote. So why would that be a bad thing. Moving forward I suppose because my biggest concern about Hollywood Hollywood was that I would lose control of what was doing. I really can only do things I ultimately have control. I don't know how to appease studio executives I don't now how do any of that and I always argue that. My mistakes are more interesting studio executives mistake. That's all and but I was so D- Presence I the script turned up and I read it and I couldn't believe how good the writing was in how much I love the characters and it was Richard. Richard Lebron as is very first script he wrote it on SPEC and there was and my producers where women so people going on about women in films they have been around doing great things for years and so all of this is going on and basically the bait to get Robin Williams in the war on the end of the and so we get Robin and I just for me doing. It was a joy because it wasn't full full of special effects. be working for the first time with just good actors. But you've said that I guess the the result though is that after after that you've got you've had this success now this and rather than in this case allowing you to do what you're passionate about you wind up in development. How for ahead the next one which ends up being four years later but another a very good one twelve monkeys where people look at that cast? And they're like wait a minute. This doesn't seem that looks On paper like a more of a Hollywood movie then people would normally think from you. When you've got Bruce Willis Brad Pitt? Who was just blowing up and yet there's clearly a you know comes from an experimental film was the inspiration in this case and you certainly you know? Have your stamps on it with time. Travel and all of that. But what do you make of that when people say okay we think that this. This doesn't seem like you well. I don't understand that really last. Because the script was written by David and John People's David written an unforgiven which I thought was brilliant script and the script turned up. The studio had paid a million dollars. Nobody knew how to direct it and I got that script. I said this is fantastic. I'm happy to take on things that nobody else knows how to do. And the trick was yes. Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt except cast them in the opposite parts they should be normally playing bruce's motormouth I put almost non not speaking Brad is not a motormouth and suddenly he's got to be motormouth and so all of that is there. And then I got Madeleine stowe who's wonderful and we sit and it was a great shoot because is again with the two stars in my trick always is if I go into a movie I always out. Who's going to be in the Fox hole with me at the end of it because that's when you're most vulnerable you finish shooting now all the nervous? Nellie as of the studios come in well my affiliate. If I've got late in the case of Fisher K. if Robinson Jeff and I are in the Foxhole they can't touch us say with Brad Bruce and me and they happened in both films they couldn't touch now the film's both went out. And those are the two biggest successes I think of by amazing and and and twelve monkeys went huge again. It's one of those weird things because they released it on December twenty seven. All this is wrong because everybody's playing with their Christmas presents but it was a smart move because pre-christmas all the big films Malcolm X.. I can't remember all the others and there was a bloodbath. They all killed each other exhibitors. Wait none of this is working. Along comes abroad and Bruce Movie Bingo awfully and Brad ended up with an Oscar nominations and another for costume design for the film but As as we just keep plugging along this amazing story here. Nine one thousand nine hundred eighty three years later fair unloading Las Vegas which everyone had written off as unfilmable Hunter S. Thompson Memoir. Just how you GonNa do this so it seems like thank you. Have you know people have described you as a quirky in in a loving way quirky guy so as Johnny Depp and it it seems like in this case. That was a good guy to have in the in the foxhole with it was what was interesting about that film. I been approached over the years to try to do it. I I didn't know how to do it. And then I got this call and it was. We've got we've got Johnny Depp in Benito Del Toro we've got a script script and I said well I better look at the script and Alex Cox and his girlfriend had written it and Tony Zone. I didn't like it so we rewrote the the script in eight days. Yeah and whether our separate ways and call each other day later saying not very good. Is it done so we spend in two more days and we fix it all and we just went to work Johnny Dean Show. We wanted to work with Johnny for a long time and Benito was a new you face after a suspect and we went to work and we just had a ball. We shot very fast. I said we're we're sharks. We have to keep moving forward. And there's no re-shoots you just do it and we created a really exciting energy and both of them were on fire and I just had to look at it just a few couple of months ago. Release cleaned up version and an England. I I haven't watched it since I made it and it was like I was watching a film. This is brilliant. Who made it really felt like that? Forbade which is is great will so that being the case and it was very liked even immediately. Why was it seven years before your next to to which brothers Grimm anti-land both two thousand five? Why were you given was it? It wasn't because of fear and loathing. It was because of complications with those next two. Right now is Don Quixote. I went and Johnny and I set to work to do Don Quixote started. Yeah and so what would be the dates of twelve monkeys or nine hundred ninety nine hundred ninety eight so two thousand. I go to shoot don quixote with Johnny. Depp is rushmore..

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"brad bruce" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

12:16 min | 7 months ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"It was just really. It was difficult challenge physically challenged mentally and But that you can go through that at any point in time so sometimes you have to take those experiences and you really just need to try to learn from them. The best you can and because they're less than ideal but you gotTa know how you can get yourself out of them and for us obviously like the beginning of this year. I wasn't in the team. I was playing as the third string again and and and that was really tough. Tough a tough pill to swallow But it was definitely humbling as well because I kinda played that last game of low of two thousand eighteen and and I gotta shut out and we gotta one nothing when when we we hadn't won in a while like a really good taste in my mouth and I'm like prove myself and and Brad had gone into the press press and basically said that was a test for mad and it really well he pass something myself. offseason might okay. I'm GONNA come in. I'm going to be the number one I'm going to be the guy and and I just can never ever do that again. And that was my learning biggest learning experience biggest takeaway from last year. was that you know you can't take anything for granted and you can't always keep your head level and you can't get too high. I can't get too low because things can change in a moment and I i. It's not I it did not have a great preseason and I was rewarded with Robin. They brought me to Dallas and they've traveled nineteen guys to Dallas where season opener and the gave out the eighteen and the nineteenth man so I had to sit up in the press box with our video video guy. There's a game that was was tough but it was. I learned you know I. It was definitely something that I'm now looking back. Obviously it's easier easier to be grateful for it but I'm definitely grateful for for for that experience and then the then the work began. You know then the work begins to to get back into the team work really hard training. Keep Proving Myself Day in in day out and I knew like I knew that Brad was willing to shake things up at at goalkeeper and so I knew that if I I trained well he would reward that and It took twelve or eleven games but I did. I worked my way back into the team. And that last funny enough Brad's last game was my first game back in the team. In two thousand nineteen that thrashing in Chicago. Ah We don't talk. We don't talk about that. That's okay but you know it's it's part of the story. It's part of the story okay. So being in those being in those times being those moments is is super challenging and I think it has ah can't come from like one person motivating every individual every individual has to kind of like look at themselves if if if the whole team wants to be able to rebound and I think after a while under Bruce when Bruce came in I think that's the thing he challenged us the most with was was just. He offered us the platform to kind of look at ourselves and and let everybody have that individual freedom to look at themselves. Not just like in your own time but on the field during training you know to do things that they felt fell helped them and I think it really got a lot out of some guys and it really helped us. Flip the flip the script and I won't even say I don't WanNa say like directly jumps from Brad Bruce because I think the period where our interim coach Mike lapper was in charge. I think that was also really important for our team in general because he he kind of took all of the restrictions off and just was like you guys you guys are amazing. He just really really was positive. Self talk and positive. Talk to US and I think that really helped us to start flipping the switch and then when Bruce came it just all kind of came came together. Mike lapper did in the in the in that little in-between period was very important for our teams. Well there. You guys like wake up every morning. And he'd like you like the Stewart Smiley like you're good enough. You're smart enough and Doggone it people like you speech like before practice is that is that what For me I'll just do I. Example is that You know the the media 'cause we've had at this point we're twelve games in we've had. We've had three goalkeepers play and the media kind and it was like. Hey Mike you know what are you GonNa do about the goalkeeper position and he basically said that I was going to be his guy like any and he put total company to be there and that right then got just had me kind of like feeling better already you know yeah and that was we. We lost Chicago on Wednesday. We had another game on Saturday so everything was just a quick turnaround and that was probably also another great thing. You know you don't have to think about it. You just have to get back out there and like sink or swim and And we ended up. We'd be pretty Red Hot SAN JOSE team at home very comfortably and and that was my first I ever win. I'm pretty sure well first win. Against a team with eleven men. uh-huh how many caveats you're gonNA throw in that Hey that's a big win by two goals and we played a team that had eleven eh while we walk by to get like you get like a banner for that. That's that's a good stuff. Exactly exactly there's worse banners up there. Let me tell you yeah wasn't gonNA bring up that five zero s woven of you know when we fire but that was like basically rock bottom for you guys and was also so unfortunately sort of the the peak of Chicago fire season but we we. Don't we'll get into that In this podcast You know did I. This is this this is. This is my assumption. I'm basing this off of absolutely nothing but but fax in my head. I assume that Robert Kraft like he basically just walked in your locker room at at some point. Probably like the day after that five zero ass whooping and like he's like look I'm tired of getting bitched at online by like people. Like Sam's Army for for you guys suck doc in someone like a month or some money in this team. I'm going to get like you know Bruce Arena. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA do some we'll go in. We'll go places. was there ever did you ever. We're here anything. Like there was a flip. A switch flipped it up top and mill ownership of management that. They're like you know what this this can't continue. We need. We need to do something I think you know. Obviously not directly from their mouths to the to the locker room We didn't hear that directly. But I think the action of hiring bruce in in the role that he's in is enough to to to show you that they are in it and they want to win. They're done they they. They realized that they like that. MLS is changing. And we gotTA keep up with The Times. And I think that Also that you know the ownership you feel like the ownerships behind you with a move like that so that was also really good from I like I said not so many words as you put it in but just the action of hiring bruce in that role kind of gave the message to the players without saying it was a demonstration of ambition. Obviously which is. Obviously it's important and and yeah. I'll take a little bit of credit for always shitting on the reds jobs for obviously for years. I'm sure I wasn't the only one but yeah was great. It was great to see them bringing Riina. And you guys I mean you guys It was a different season. You know going forward And we'll get into your expectations for next year at the end but I there's there were two things I had had written down one. I wasn't going to bring up and that was the five zero ass whooping which you actually brought up so I can talk about it the second one it's true it's true Definitely the way to go. The second one was when you when you tried to murder like a legend in Wayne Lean Rudy like did you. Did you have it in your head. I'm going to get all right. I'M GONNA get on sportscenter somehow this time. I'm going to do something I'm either going to like. You know score a goal in last minute. I'm going to give up a terrible goal off my nose. We've already done that so you don't WanNa do that one again. What's what other options well? How about tried murder like you know? international national soccer lunches is that that was going through your head. Well listen if you can tell usually when I do things I I do them to the to the maximum to the greatest power Now that was I mean that was honestly that was the worst timing ever because that was lapper his last game in charge right before bruce came in and and became a full like. He was Bruce's already day but he wasn't going to be on the sidelines. You know so laugher was still in charge and that was the last thing I did before. Reuther again again on the sideline so that was That wasn't the greatest impression. I don't think what ball tracked up and I thought aw. I made the wrong decision and I thought the ball was going to like checking and so I saw obviously the balls in the air air. So I'm thinking he's GonNa like dink it over me. 'CAUSE I'm way out of position quality player. He can do that when whenever they go out of position so I jumped so that he couldn't get it over me and he ran you totally. Not your fault. Listen isn't listen. I'm not gonNA like deflect total blame because obviously it was wild challenge but then like the ball kind of got away from him. I'm Anne and he just Kinda like instead of going around. He's like Oh shit and I tried I to like move out of the way and that's why it kind of looks like it's like a flying car trying to adjust my body like Out of the way because I know I mean the trouble try. Try Get out of the way accidentally murderer Wayne Rooney like. It's pretty funny on the if you look back at this I Like the referee obviously gives me red card. I put like I put my hand on my head possibly give me a recap for killing. I'm putting my hands on my head for but I'm actually putting my hands on my head because like I cannot believe really but I just did. I just killed Wade Rudy on a soccer field in front of I know I really get roasted on my but that was another. I think overall just kind of a turning point for the a team in the season I like to look at it as because we're at home I think was in first place at the time. And so we go down to ten men and two zero zero. Then we actually went up one nothing and we're holding onto a one nothing lead until they got a penalty and like VR Handball Penalty Ninety minutes up..

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"brad bruce" Discussed on WWL

WWL

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on WWL

"Game coverage starts at five thirty right here on WWL earlier game, southern miss put it all over state fifteen to three Matt Wallner their southern MRs stood rightfielder yard yet to. It's in the game. He hit a home run today that basically there's a diamond deck out there and he put it between a in right field. It was an. Absolute bomb them at Wallner hit. So they will face the winner. So the will face the winner of tonight's game between LSU and Stony Brook phone lines are open at 504-260-1870 text eight seventy eight seventy bit of a surprise just because. Arizona state was known more for the power hitting coming into this tournament leading the nation. In home runs at ninety two they got beat at their own game. Southern miss it to three run bombs ultimately went onto a fifteen to three victory. So the loser of this game tonight between LSU and Stony Brook will face Arizona state tomorrow at noon at the box LSU Stony Brook tonight at six, and it's going to be landed Marceau on the hill for the LSU Tigers are Gumbo opinion poll online for you wwLcom. Do you think LSU advances out of this year's regional a lot of the experts feel like this is one of the tougher regionals currently in the country. Open, 504-260-1870 text eight seventy eight seven if you want to weigh in the Cajun cannon, Bobby abor joining us now in Bobby southern miss put it all over the state fifteen at three you should've seen his homeland from that WalMart he almost hit the intimidator in right field. I never know of you know, we talked to coach. He's call it a day were he maybe the right time. Or what was that the player we had on that you were with coach? Collision Kermit time. Maybe they turning that quarter node actor. They press with LA away. But that's the dominant win. Baseball is look at LSU extended games with Mississippi State, Gordon could a we our tonight and the next time they played they pin run rule. So you never know. But yeah, that could be very important, like coach said, it'll getting in that winner's bracket and not taking Stony Brook light laid a gourmet land and more. So considering that he's been the most reliable pitcher the past month. They look at it more. So like that, that if you look at it, what he's contained I should say, four of his past five SEO, polish three runs or less. ERA at one point four five the path restarts. Well to do that big gonna win. I truly believe if we will get that cut production on the more pitching that he real win that game. Real quick, though. Southern miss Senate loosen his body, a twelve run top of the fifth inning. They scored twelve runs. Nine of them with two outs in editing and it wasn't like kicking the ball around. So this was just tearing the cover off the baseball getting back to LSU at Stony Brook tonight. So you talk about Landon Marceau on amount. Do you have the same PTSD that a lot of LSU fans might have because of what happened in two thousand twelve this Stony book slot? No. Because they might have the same name on the jersey but aside to save player, you know. When you look back if you could be objective. Now that should be the case. That's all LSU fans would take. But story Brooke had the better team had better player more player drafted in major league baseball. So Chris head, I want to say the number was like seven Clifford drafted. They have one right now. That's playing I believe on, on active roster with the San Diego Padres. So I think it's just having the Stony Brook coach early in the week of he was real confident. They're shortstop and center fielder that he saw that, that they were legit of an and that's nice. But it's just the same teams that LSU face and obviously, of not respecting the player Ville played, but, but really I should say respecting the players because you always respect the ballplayer, but not necessarily the name that'd being Stony Brook come into the box. If you look at this matchup, in particular tonight, we can get back in a moment. But how about the SEC Bobby lifting the alcohol ban? They will sell alcohol at sporting events in the SEC. Football. Think it could discourage depending on the price also may be beige drinking. Get all our people would sneak alcoholic to the stand here, yet to kill gays party. Oh, well know then that Bela Sunday buzz, and they want to maybe almost baby basically staggered into the stadium and why are they now they might pay themselves a little better because they'll have access town hall in the stadium. But I dunno. It's, it's a money making thing and they schools everywhere. Trying to see what it can get out and revenue, and I just think that's obviously a part of it that they can, you know, explore and take advantage of and. See how they do the pricey, though, as far as of will it be banned friendly holiday still feel like man is too expensive stadium that I'm going to binge drink before evening, go to the game. Looking at the NBA finals game last night in the books between Toronto and Golden State, which would you think of the match play the game? Nicknames. How about spicy p? Pascal succumb. I dunno work at help out with that. Yeah, look playoff career high thirty two points is it in this? Fourteen of seventeen field goals and you say think about it. That's the NBA level. I mean, that's you know, you're on the playground and make it out of fourteen of San Mateo actually made eleven consecutive field goal. So I don't know if he could duplicate that of a spicy, P was all over the warriors, and your Golden State dead, what all their games in real one day morning, the last four years. So the way it looked like today, the Kevin Durant has to collect the help them. I, I right now the way I thought I game, Kevin Durant. I come back, I think you go semi game, and if Toronto can hold serve and home court, they can maybe come away of what a championship but I guess they had this momentum to keep it going. I think it could be really imperative and really put the warriors at a whole of, you know, the big go to old, I being the raptors just you never know. No. Listen. That's why you play the look at a buck everyone thought was well in hand for the bugs. So they went up to, and they'll arrived us into taking it too. But what I saw what I witness, and they warn what you think about it. What Colli Leonard really being the guy. He's still looks a little gimpy to me, but I'll be looking at that game. Come Sunday night at seven o'clock central blue runner Gumbo, opinion poll online at www dot com. Do you think LSU gets out of the regional advancing to a super regional? I know you have some things that you have to see happen. But you think LSU doesn't need advanced some things that I'm obviously you want to see happen in order to do so good pitching tonight. I'd be surprised that they wouldn't the reason why say that just holiday played lately how they played it asked tournament. I still think still keep that momentum going really how they kind of finished off the season when they played at auburn's, you know, having to win two out of three. And I just think they have some momentum going their way right now. He's got this sustained that not no big win a similar region. But I, but I think right now could be a good sized pharma. Just keep that confidence level going and what they did an SEC tournament. And I don't think it's really even get affected what happened against Vanderbilt when they got wax of, I think there's more body of work to get to that point that he'd be leaning upon and give them a chance of the go-to superego that is gonna be Anderson. That's kind of a rivalry tight game. When you think about the locale and the location, southern miss, and LSU that, that, that. It's an interesting game. Here. I could tell you I saw him. I was right. There's a lot of a lot of MIR that'd be that, that just made for college visual, they'd be a great atmosphere. Oh, let me give you a key to victory here. Watch for this tonight. If Landon Marceau turned into the nearby thinks he is on the mound. That's one thing. But if Sowell Garza now gets to hits tonight hits a home run. He's, he's been there. Their best hitter, I think in the last two weeks. So if he goes off tonight has another good game, I think LSU is well on their way to victory playing well in the regional. Christian your competent that, when you look at the pitching, they call Henry and Eric Walker. Whatever they come nation going forward that they may be about apply some kind of random, because that's going to be critical in all of a sudden one go back and we can't have any consistency. There's still come down the pitch. And know what is the status of Brad, Bruce? Or would you look at that elbow injury? He's, you know, he's bagging. Ozal SEC what you made all terms tournament six thirteen. So he's back. So, so that, that's a guy played with confidence. Just look you know what have you done for me lately, should you basically, you batting five hundred right around there of the kind of people you wanted to line right now because they play with that confidence. Cajun cannon going. Joe your weekend. I'm gonna go watch Mellish baseball here in about an hour and a half. All right. Take care. Quedo goes the Cajun cannon bobber. He's right. Being back for LSU at second base. But also in the bottom of the lineup bat nine it's almost like another leadoff guy that can turn over that lineup pretty quickly. It's a, it's a good guy to have at the bottom of your lineup CBS local news headlines. Coming up. We'll have Jeff dilemma the sports radio network here.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on WWL

"The year. Now, LSU and Mississippi State to wins a piece. The Tigers took two of three in starkville in late March. But here tonight in the tournament, Mississippi State advances to stay in the winner's bracket with a six five victory in seventeen innings to tell you how it all shook out and well, this may take a while. There's Doug Thompson, couldn't possibly take much longer than the game though. Six hours and forty three minutes would be the final time of the game. They played in front of thirteen thousand nine hundred two Chris, you and I have seen many, many great games with the purple and gold. I don't know that we'll ever forget this when it was seventy eight degrees in clear here at the time of first pitch the win goes to Keith James. He pitched the final two two-thirds innings for the BULLDOGS. He threw forty six pitches. He's four and one on the season, the kale Hilliard will suffer the tough loss. And that's. You can't really lose a game much tougher than that. He got the first out of the seventeenth inning two strikeouts. Got by Mathis and a base. It finally pushed the winning run across Hilliard at heartbreak in the inning before the sixteenth at two outs, first at their ground ball to Brad, Bruce already couldn't get a glove on it and the BULLDOGS with tie it up at the sixty heartbreaking game for the Tigers, but they showed a lot of heart. They fought hard for the entire six hours forty three minutes. Eric Walker started it off. He got squeezed behind the plate Sweney tonight. The whole played up, our Kevin Sweeney had a rough night behind the dish. We'll leave it at that Walker gave up six hits four runs. They were all had four walks and only one strikeouts. He threw seventy nine pitches. Matthew Beck went four and he gave up three hits and no runs. He was outstanding no walks tonight for the big righty three strikeouts. That casts came in. He was just a special for innings four hits. No runs. Two walks and five strikeouts. Mikhail. Hilliard. Four two third innings of work tonight. Five hits two runs one he had to ox in eight strikeouts. Hilliard was dominant score by annex, Mississippi State struck early and often they put the inevitable to on the board against Eric Walker. And the first they scored, again, in the bottom of the second solo rod and once again, in the bottom of the third, and that would be it for.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"So I'm working with the United Sonya dove and Renier for Millstream. And you know, I made sure I got to know these people because you know, they don't get they don't get that recognition without having something to offer. And I think you know. Know is is a cliche, but sharing share share share will make bikes industry better in whatever industry. You know? It's like if you're a footballer you'll coach teaches you how to you know, if David Beckham teach you outs, do a free kick. Will you need to do stone the training ground? You know, kick not bowling till you can do it like him. And then you then you can be proud. And that that's perfect because leads us even more into brandit, Bruce, not bend it lot Beckham. But Brad, Bruce. So I just want to know. On a little bit more about the Diaz. Fetig of your is. This is an exciting time. You you've been to the covering the as we're begun through this wonderful story already. So when did you open the sulfur see praise just give the listeners an idea on that? So we can get up to speed. Well, we opened. Two years ago this bunks congrats. Yeah. I I love a birthday because I net within the next birthday. I mean, don't get me wrong. I was absolutely petrified to do this. What was it? The pitch for fudgy. Because I didn't have that, you know, safety of the corporate giant, you know. And I wanted to jump out of it. But you know, there is a law safety around that, you know. And now, I was on my own, you know, we'd Lindsey and the team, and you know. We had this really envision a main. You know, the vision was we won a kind of something a little bit Mayfair. But in in in, bro. We have many many different sites and Lindsey found the solemn while she found his office and his on a coupled street it said as two flats above it. It's like a house in his really old old building. And it lent it lent itself. Perfectly to this all mood bolts of light prison apartments. You know, we've got wooden floors and just white walls or at this present moment in time. We have not got one picture on our wall. We're gonna be maybe going to change that. But we do not like hydrogen Sal on. I'm just looking at you on your Instagram page, actually, pretty Smithfield. Head and beautiful beautiful pit you sound on looks beautiful by the way finance on. Okay. Exactly. What you describe in so warm, weather snow, and it's just a blue Rhys Buddha. Was that in bro? The place that you were going to be in that because you were living narrow will you open to anywhere in the UK..

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"brad bruce" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"So great they deliver twenty four seven for us in terms of their actual area. It's about ten miles. Most the Denver can get you choice market any day any any time in the night, and as the liquor laws change, you will be able to pretty much stock whatever you want booze wise. Yes. So the actually it won't be able to stock full strength beer. So the laws are changing. So the three point two percent alcohol law is going away. And basically all those that have that that designation or can be able to serve full strength beer to go which we intend to do. And so we'll be able to deliver a six pack. Really, good beer and some prepared food and some groceries on one transaction come January first perfect. It's awesome guys that you do business with as well as I look over at the board here in on deck is going to be Corvus coffee. Dominic e tree. They're coming up. And then also we're gonna take a look at Brad, Bruce, Buchanan and flying b bar ranch. Those are guys that you utilize and their partners with you as well. Yeah. Exactly. So we wanted to make sure we brought on some purveyors that we work with that really show. This kind of reasonable micro supply chain that we've set up and certainly Don with Corvus Israeli, they're amazing partner of ours. That you know, they sell they sell us our wholesale coffee. They sell US Cobra. They sell us retail coffee. I mean, they're a perfect example of a partner that we we love to work with the copies basin and then flying b bar ranch. Thirty forty miles down the road. We carry a couple of.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on WEEI

"Neely and brad's bruce cassidy some burs rhonda nothing would you get him out there i guess they're not going to turn into like a whole dog show i would be shocked if there haven't been converse yes there's got it i mean i'm i'm guessing a guy like berge ron would have reached out to taveras along time ago is there any kind of fallback plan here if it's not too varas is there like another guy out there or is there some other move that they can make or is it pretty much going to be this team just coming back theoretically i guess it would be try to convince rick nash to come back yeah you gave up this year's first round pick for him i'll be on well supposedly they're like five teams who are interested in that i had no problem with bringing in rick nash i was for tyler i liked it a lot but if if you go from the hague johnson varas to maybe bringing rick nash back kind of a kind of a drop off because you're right they're still going to need a a right wing like if you're looking at the roster right now that seems to be a bit of a hole that they're going to have to figure out this off season as well so that's the situation as far as the bruins are concerned in nhl free agency again nobody can be signed until july first you can you can think back to that that franchise altering day when within minutes of each other the bruins signed dana chara and the same day and it completely altered this franchise going forward you could have that kind of a franchise altering moment if on july first the bruins announced that they've got you know john davar assigned to a to a seven year is that make them the cup favourite i get depending on what you give up yes yeah that's true i guess you don't know what else is off the roster but just obviously your best five or six players are also going to be there so if you just add to varas because i think they're already in the top five anyway going into next year we'll see where the guys go but you know i will you'd be blocking devaras from going to a team like tampa bay anyway he stays on the islanders whatever the islanders have missed the playoffs the last two years they're not a threat at all but if you take a guy who's probably a top ten player in the nhl you add him to this team i think they would have to be a the cup favorite if under my alternative plan you traded mcquaid and krug and brought to vara sin that's what an upgrade what you could do at that the point is then ask david krejci to play wing okay so you're hop two lines you leave the top line alone yes your second line would be debrusk to virus in karachi yeah that'd be pretty good and then you'd still have back isn't that scenario on third line center pretty good i think i've solved this i think you did it my work.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on WWL

"One for two on the night score two runs on in the fourth one in the sixth bane from the stretch looks at the water now the one oh way upstairs to balls no strikes todd peterson is the bullpen finds himself at a jam trying to work back to okay out right now duo pitch ground ball gets by a diving brad bruce hart at second and to back to back singles right up the middle mississippi state threatening with runners first and second nobody out while mississippi state roaring right back unless you at sees the benefit of this game but the bulldogs hitters relentless lebanon hits now again gusts hitter's up the point so now to the top of the order jake mango born for three today earned a walk in the fourth grounded out to slaughter third base back in the sixth inning flied out to watson back in the second had had his loan single back in the i left stranded austin bay now after work out of some difficulty here in the top of the eighth inning with his team leading six four anderson the pinch runner at second manager at first base bane to face maintenance i offer swinging fastball a little loud in the zone and a swing coming up empty as mangum presenting three eighty three with runners in scoring position nineteen runs batted in mccown.

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"brad bruce" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"brad bruce" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Yeah ever came up but i love it billy jack he's got billy jack this whole there yet i know i ever make fun of people don't know what they're naming their kid and then kimmel kimmel pointed out to me that sunny's middle name is richard rich makes them sunny dick which is i anticipate in factor in either um um and he may have made the same mistake but in a good way it goes phil each act as an epic now billy jack you guys if you wanna do you yourselves a favor and you want to big sick he pence lab at the 70s just watch billy jack that movie like you know you wanna know what 1989 was like watch a spots mckenzie commercial and know exactly what the color pal at was exactly what the music that constume orie women's hair is get bikinis everything moment everything as of the moment you watch billy jack you will though exactly what 1973 felt like in this country it was all of a bunch of everyone pretending to be indian we were still in namur d with like kung fu and any kind of martial arts late arctic and we'd have to conversations like you think bruce lee could beat muhammad of course what of mohammed ali had a bazooka brad bruce would kick them in the uk what if there were george foreman and mohammad ali do you think he could beat tom law flynn because he knows karate no he could somebody who's magical nonetheless about it yeah yeah just it was insane let me go you you're right you're you're you're absolutely right into larry if he look up i am db be is just one sentence quickly the opening sentence for billy jack 1971 x green beret uh.

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