36 Burst results for "CY"
Fresh "CY" from Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie
"And strikeouts. So he was right up there with the best at age 29. But then on April 16th 1970. He suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon while running the basis and he never. He did try to come back. But he never won another big league game after that. Wow. Well, he was the best. Uh and I always thought he should have been a Hall of Famer and what's striking me about these anecdotes? And they're all in the book. The stories are all in the book. Baseball's Who's Who of what if space players derailed. In route to Cooperstown by building D E A. N E. The age is the age is I didn't realize that 29 for Maloney 22 from Mark Fidrych in 20. Early teenager. Years of Tony Clinically are a well Denny McLain. Now I remember when he won 31 games for the Tigers and thought he was in route to Cooperstown. What happened to him? Danny is yet another example of a picture who dominated at a young age. He was overworked, and he was finished just as he should have been reaching his prime. As you mentioned. He's baseball's last 30 game winner who went 31 6 at age 24 1968 was unanimous American League MVP and Cy Young Award winner than one another Cy Young Award the next year, and at at age 25. He already had a career. One last record of 114 wins 57 losses. But he pitched more than 700 innings and in those last two years and underwent 39 cortisone shots so he could pitch through the pain and by 1970. His arm was shot and he had a lot of off the field problems on top of it and won just 17 more games for the rest of his career. Well, Yeah, he kicked around quite a bit and.
MLB Places Trevor Bauer on Administrative Leave Amid Assault Allegations
"A major league baseball pitcher, has been benched by the league is a criminal investigation against him, continues Major League Baseball placing L. A Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer on administrative leave for seven days in response to allegations of sexual assault levied against power by a woman who has since filed for a domestic violence restraining order against him. This announcement Friday comes one day after Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said the former Cy Young winner was still scheduled to start Sunday against the Washington Nationals. Referring to league officials. As of now, we're kind of in the middle of letting the commissioner's office Major League Baseball handle this. It's in their hands. MLB is working in conjunction with police in Pasadena, California to investigate these claims. Bauer has denied the
Manhattan DA Cy Vance Probably Coming for All Conservatives in NYC
"The descent into absolute chaos brought about by the liberal tyrants that are now running our country doesn't end in the sad now Sorry state of New York City where the ridiculous Tyrannical, grotesque prosecutor in New York City. Cy Vance was trying to prosecute the trump CFO for Yeah, Yeah, free parking. I just got a text from a friend. Kathy. She's listening to show on the great Wael. She says To me that cases Dan, if you were thinking about going to New York anytime soon, you better stay out of there. Say that guy will come for you to and you know, you kind of, say it with the Winky Emoji guy, But that's not really Winky Emoji guy gets really true now like you're a conservative, you're really in danger in New York are being prosecuted for like jaywalking. Or free coffee in the office. Did you pay taxes on that coffee? That's a fringe benefit. Well, Jimmy, do you have an A C when I was correct? I don't have crazy curate. Craig, I don't have one of those. Not my bag of donuts. Really? But what do you think? One of those little things I don't know. Maybe 10 cents 15 cents, folks, that's taxable. It's gotta be right. I mean, it's a benefit Is Cy Vance. Looking into
Big Data Analytics Evolution With Antonio Cotroneo at OmniSci
"Our guest today is antonio could nieto. Who's the director of Technical content strategy at omni side. Hi antonio and thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to beer. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at omni cy absolutely. Yeah so as you said my name's antonio koneohe it rhymes that's super fun I am the director of technical content strategy at omni side and we sort of set my team source it somewhere between a marketing and solution engineering within the org in we create a lot of technical content for educating on new perspective users of technology enabling those users that have have come on board and building out whether it be blog posts or videos or a infographics tutorials you know Sampled like jupiter Lab notebooks on for people that are coming to To use our technology And really just spread the word about about visual analytics and omni side does For for our users. Well that's great. And i think people are really interested in that maybe could dig a little bit deeper sort of before we get into some of these questions. I mean maybe tell folks about on because because it's not necessarily a household name for folks who've been looking at data analytics. Maybe they might be more familiar. But maybe you could talk a little bit about that and and some of the problems and that you guys have been trying to help solve. Yeah absolutely so on. Site is a visual analytics technology. So this is more. I would say on a visual analytical capability for more modern data minu like in the past. You seen kind of reporting and then you know that kind of wave of sort of dash boring technology. Kim knows put in place. But we're now seeing like with such large data sets and will. I'm sure we'll get into this. You know throughout the rest of the conversation on specifically around big data but really what are our technology on provides people the ability to do to be able to orient their big data on so that they can actually use it in practical sense
Mets' deGrom leaves with flexor tendinitis in win vs Padres
"A worrisome when for the matches they beat San Diego three to two the two time cy young winner Jake up the ground was terrific for six shutout innings allowing one hit with ten strikeouts for a six win but he was forced to leave the game with a right flexor tendinitis he expects to make his next start I've had a couple of issues before and I know what that feels like so my level of concern is is not too high pretty optimistic about it and pretty sure it's gonna be something that's that we can treat and hopefully not miss any time the ground has tossed twenty two consecutive scoreless innings and his ERA sits at zero point five six the Mets knocked out Blake's known the fifty billion McKinney doubled in a run and the grime added a two run single Mike thank you so New York
Prosecutor in Trump Criminal Probe Convenes Grand Jury to Hear Evidence, Weigh Potential Charges
"And I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning, Manhattan's district attorney has convened a grand jury to consider evidence in a criminal investigation. I could indict former President Donald Trump or other members of the Trump Organization. The grand jury will sit for six months, three days a week, looking into whether Trump lied about assets to defraud insurance companies and banks. News was first reported by The Washington Post and has not yet been confirmed by the prosecutor's office. William Merritt from member station W. And my see in New York is here to talk about it with us, Hialeah. Good morning. What does convening a grand jury tell us about where the D A. Cyrus Vance is with this case. Well, let's just say it is such an extraordinary situation. Usually the grand jury process plays out completely in secret. You never know what's happening. But as we have seen, nothing ever unfolds in the expected way, when it comes to Donald Trump and the courts, so this entire probe is played out. In partial public view, and that's in large part because Donald Trump tried to block it every step of the way, forcing prosecutors to go to court to get the records they were seeking. This probe went to the Supreme Court twice and prevailed both times. And along the way, there have been leaks and just very intense media coverage. So this special grand jury will be a panel of men and women, ordinary citizens being presented with evidence of potential wrongdoing at the Trump Organization and potentially related to Donald Trump. Cording to the Washington Post is you say the grand jury will be impaneled for six months, meaning three days a week. Now it's district Attorney Cy Vance may ask the special grand jury for an indictment. Or he may just use it to gather evidence and corral witnesses. But either way, it's a very meaningful step forward for that investigation. We know that advances office one access to former President Trump's tax records. Based on that. What? What do we know about the possible crimes that looking at here? The ones that he has named in his court filings are scheme to defraud falsification of business records, insurance fraud and criminal tax fraud on he said that it could go further than that what we know about the business practices. Underlying those possible crimes really begins with the hush money scheme to silence to women who claimed they had affairs with Trump around the 2016 campaign. You'll recall that former Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen went to jail for his role in that scheme, but no one else was ever charged. From there. Vance reached further back in Trump business history following a pattern described by Michael Cohen of either understating or overstating either the value or revenues of the trump business to get bigger loans if he was talking to banks. Or small tax bills If he was talking to the government now, to be clear, both Trump the man and Trump the business are investing under investigation. This probe could result in charges against Trump or people close to him or the business
Melbourne's Outbreak and the Coming Winds of Winter
"Yesterday we heard those words that we've will come to dread that they were new positive cases these time in melbourne We originally heard it was just too over the course of yesterday that grew to four. What do we know cy. Fire about this cluster. Or we're talking about here are cases which are mystery. We don't know what the genomics tells us yet whether or not this is the indian variant though particularly the same one that the man came from surface with which i think was six one seven point one seven point two but not absolutely certain about that and has this been circulating in the days since in an chain. That's been missed by the contact tracers. Maybe maybe not. I think the health minister martin foley at the press conference indicated that they don't think that is the case at the moment but they're going to find out where this comes from and go back in time to see where in fact they caught it from so you as with all of these cases you go to find out where it spread to in the cluster which is which was really a household cluster. That we've got at the moment where those people have been and where you've got tier one and tier two sites to your one where you would a quarantine for fourteen days to your to. It just might have been a passing contacts and you get tested and isolate until you go further information. That's the dilemma. At the moment. And if it follows. The pattern of new south. Wales and victoria were recently. They're not going to go into lockdown just because the contact tracers are are at work. They will trust the contact tracers to do their job. What will spook them is. If in fact there are lots of mystery cases if in fact there's a chain of spread which they're not able to tie down and it's going to take them a while to find that out but if they're not finding any sign of a chain of spread and its isolated to this cluster and some contacts beyond that cluster. It's very unlikely. Retorted will go to a lockdown. They will trust their contact. Tracers to deal with it and get it under control
In Lieu of Mental Health Awareness
"What is the mental health. Mental health includes our emotional psychological and social will be it affects how we think feel and act. It also helps to determine how we handle stress relate to others and make choices. Mental health is important every stage of life from childhood and adolescence throughout adulthood. Let's defined emotional isn't arousing or characterized by intense feeling. What happened to cause the source of that emotion. Did you cry. Laugh or cy. Psychological fighting or arising in the mind related to the mental and emotional state of a person. Had you thought of an issue that keeps you repeating it. Repeatedly or just a passer-by major backup a loved one the loss of a job money or even a pit that you had when you were young. What does well being mean to you. Well being is experience of health and prosperity it includes having good mental health highlife satisfaction and a sense of meaning or purpose social will be can be defined as the sharing developing and sustaining of meaningful relationships with others. This allows you to feel authentic and value and provide a sense of connectivity and belonging. So please explain to me that. How your everyday activities are considering you to have a mental issue. When they're saying you need these things to be in existence in your daily life but on the other hand they say the lack thereof also states. You may have a mental issue. Some say if you tend to linger at an area of life you could be considered manic depressive. Even though manic depressive can also be considered of someone who had experienced the death of a loved one you tend to think about that person during holidays birthdays or even watching the television a memory that was embedded in your mind over the course of life. If you experience mental health problems you're thinking mood and behavior could be affected. Many factors contribute to mental health problems including biological factors such as genes or brain chemistry life experiences as previously suggested such trauma or abuse family history of mental health problems mental carried out by or taking place in the mind. It is not your normal everyday activity so each action. We're taking should be more like acting out a thought of your mind activity where you would you depressed before you started doing what you're doing did you make. Did you seem fearful when you looked at. The outcome was an accomplishment that gave you peace or even powerful visions. That may come in mind when growing up you must experience life by going through something and even though it may hurt or leave a scar you were able to achieve a sense of awareness. They give you the knowledge to deal with other things from then on. It didn't make you giddy or even explosive in words and deeds we all need to learn others are stated even dictated by others who are around them just because a parent may have had an illness. It does not mean that you are even down. The generations may obtain it just the reality of being a product of someone who thinks that they know how you are to live based off someone else but that still not true you know. God is the author and finisher of your faith. You can take steps to direct your life. Don't just let someone tell you that change is not for you because you can change it makes you wonder about those who are in science. You may be far fetched to think about decisions. They're making but if he's throwing equation in it then your scientists or professor being able to teach someone else so ask yourself. How can they get away with it without being called bipolar. I've seen research can fully get the gist of it. My experience show someone who can label a person all we want but maybe they are not fully understood before you keep going to those who just in it for the medication. Take the time to see what they think or like. Maybe they don't want to be around a lot of people giving them to think about a position that could have been offered or seeking a new location for growth of economy. So i ask you again. How is that mental. The one question. I have asked was the sigmund ford theory s he was supposed to be a genius and then wanting to create a bucket list or even a zoological safari. One would say you must be crazy to do something like that. Is it dangerous among other things you find yourself. Being questioned about actions. I could not even understand lifestyle. Just thanks questionable. Most people with mental illness are not violent in only three to five percent of violent acts can be attributed to individuals living with serious mental illness. In fact people with severe mental illness are over ten times more likely to be victims of violent crimes. Then that general population you probably know someone with a mental problem and don't even realize it because many people with mental health problems are highly active and productive members of our communities mental health dot gov. So how are they a threat to themselves and others. Not unless you see a former threatening a weapon or an act of attempt to harm someone even though the most civil person could also have an issue could be the fact of wanting to fraud someone but society has giving you insight about the actions of mental health so when they begin acting out what was in the thoughts some call it preparation or acting. Things we don't understand.
No-Hitter for 2nd Straight Day: Kluber Pitches Yanks' Gem
"Corey Kluber of the New York Yankees threw the sixth no hitter of the season Wednesday night in a two nothing win over the Texas Rangers in Arlington Texas the thirty five year old right hander almost had a perfect game the lone baserunner for the Rangers was Charlie Culberson who drew a four pitch walk in the third inning Kluber a two time American League Cy Young Award winner registered ten strikeouts it followed by one night a no hitter by Detroit Tigers right hander Spencer Turnbull against the Seattle Mariners marking the first no hitters on consecutive days in the majors since nineteen sixty nine hi Mike Rossio
New York Attorney General Opens Criminal Probe Into Trump Organization
"New York Attorney General Letitia James is joining the Manhattan district attorney's office in a criminal investigation of the Trump Organization. The attorney general's office has been conducting a civil probe of the Trump Organization since 2019. And now says there is a criminal component. The ages offices working with Manhattan district attorney Cy Vance's office, which has been conducting a wide sweeping probe into whether the Trump organization misled lenders and assurance companies about the value of properties and whether it paid the appropriate taxes. Former president. Trump has previously called the investigation politically motivated. President Biden
Expectations: Who Am I?
"Who am i. I constantly asked myself this question growing up this question. Everybody asks themselves at some point in their lives. During the life journey we all experience different events situations meet different people on these actually effect how we view ourselves and how we react within the world. What do i mean by this abba of by my parents and lunch respond to it until it became my identity and who i was however it is just a name one. I didn't choose myself. So why is it me. I understand the two families are first connection with others. But i might just a name in the family now. Obviously i became a daughter and assisted to my siblings and i was also member of the family and at the age of three i went to play school and there're became friends with other children and after that acid the age of four i went into school. And this is the first major experience we all encounter and at school. I'll be honest. I really didn't feel the cy fishes in i felt lost a confused about who is meant to be looking back now. I can see that i did. I didn't fit in. And the judgments and attitudes from the chilton had an effect on me. I remember being picked on by two older boys day for nanak. Oh bull and i was so scared of what might happen to me day so i decided to keep quiet and try not to be seen in hide. My hair so who was at this stage just frightens little shaiko who want desperately to be liked and accepted yet inside. I felt i wasn't good enough. Society tells us to follow a course in life and that's usually being born into the family going to school to be educated maybe on university than expected to get a job by a home yet married have children and then we retire. We might have grandchildren and then society tells us that we have lived full happy life. My question is who gave us these expectations
DeGrom to Get MRI for Side Issue After Mets Win 5th Straight
"The Mets completed a three game sweep of the Diamondbacks with a four two victory but two time Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom took himself out of the game before the sixth inning due to tightness in his right side he was pitching for the first time since skipping a start due to discomfort in his right leg at Mets manager Louise roe us no pain whatsoever said it's just tightness that's what he he told our our trainer so you will see will like that like I said we sent in to to get an MRI today Sunday and we'll we'll see when we get the results back histogram allowed just one hit over five innings retiring the first twelve Diamondbacks Michael Conforto had two hits an RBI and a superb catch against the right field wall helping the Mets win their fifth straight and improved to sixteen and thirteen I'm Dave Ferrie
Belgium's Sourdough Library
"Is where i get to introduce you to. Carl met. Who runs the sour dough library in belgium on the baker Confectioner and when i started to work for the company i started as a test baker in the lab. I immediately got interested by this. Though that i never seen before i i read about it and we had some theoretical explanation school about sourdot but to actually never made one so being a baker. You want to know more about what's going on in there and then you start feeding it. Then you see bumbling and it's alive it's like a pet when you big brentwood that it's so different than when you make breath just with yeast and then when you when you start getting into sour dough. Will you see that there is a lot of things that are undiscovered and so that that there is an amazing work that can be done so carl sounds. He was working in a test kitchen. Yeah and it's actually really funny because you know you'd think that like his he'd worked for some like artisanal bakery but like pure does the company that owns the sour dough library is just a huge industrial baking supply company and pretty early on they wanted to sell sour dough making supplies and so they started researching using a sample of sour dough from san francisco. Of course would this one. I have a very special relationship because it was my my very first cy widow. I saw my life. And so i started refreshing it then i i had to bake with it and then we decided to do a study on sour dough. And it's this one. It's a sour dough from ulta meurah in the south of italy and this is a sour dough that has been around for probably more than two thousand years. 'cause he has been described in a book from horatio was a roman poets
"cy" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness
"Ceo of headset. Hey cy how are you doing great. Thanks headset is in a really interesting space. Where there's an altruism you can only manage what you measure. That's your specialty right. It's data about the cannabis industry. That's right that's right. A headset data analytics primarily market intelligence for the cannabis industry. So we really help. People understand what's going on what the opportunity looks like what the competitive landscape look like. And if they're brand operating in the space really measuring their will market position and it's so interesting because it's such an explosive mount in his industry where all that demand was was pent up over so many years and now the industry rolling. Yeah that's right. I mean that's one thing. We're a technology company. No software as a service company in. It's interesting we have a number of investors that come from the traditional tech investment world. And what they really like about the canvas opportunity. As opposed to just traditional tech is that this is a product cannabis that tad demand for as long as anybody can remember right thousands of years probably and there's finally a legal framework being developed around Where traditional technologies is more kind of immersive debts and technology comes to market yet to create the demand so Definitely exciting An exciting category to be a part of. How did you guys get started. How long have you been in business. I've been in the cannabis industry for a decade at this points which is just wild to say. That doesn't feel that long. But maybe that's a testament to how fast now continuously setting this spaces so i started With weekly so. I cofounded legally with my same co founding team at headsets. We started that back in two thousand ten for those that don't know. Lee is a consumer resource to really help demystify cannabis strains for a mainstream audience back in two thousand ten. We're in california at the time and saw an opportunity with the proliferation of dispensaries and people were getting more access to dispensaries more dispensaries..
interview With Cy Scott, CEO, Headset
"Hey cy how are you doing great. Thanks headset is in a really interesting space. Where there's an altruism you can only manage what you measure. That's your specialty right. It's data about the cannabis industry. That's right that's right. A headset data analytics primarily market intelligence for the cannabis industry. So we really help. People understand what's going on what the opportunity looks like what the competitive landscape look like. And if they're brand operating in the space really measuring their will market position and it's so interesting because it's such an explosive mount in his industry where all that demand was was pent up over so many years and now the industry rolling. Yeah that's right. I mean that's one thing. We're a technology company. No software as a service company in. It's interesting we have a number of investors that come from the traditional tech investment world. And what they really like about the canvas opportunity. As opposed to just traditional tech is that this is a product cannabis that tad demand for as long as anybody can remember right thousands of years probably and there's finally a legal framework being developed around Where traditional technologies is more kind of immersive debts and technology comes to market yet to create the demand so Definitely exciting An exciting category to be a part of.
Shaw, Lauer lead Brewers past Bauer, Dodgers 2-1
"The pitching matchup was a mismatch but was Eric Lauer and the bullpen that helped the brewers nail down a two to one win over the Dodgers Lauer pitched the first five scoreless innings and four relievers were good enough to outdueled reigning Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer Bauer had one blemish he gave up a fourth inning two run Homer to Travis Shaw in his complete game four hitter Shaw says the brewers knew it would be difficult to score on power it's tough to rack up a bunch of hits after it against a guy like that so when he makes a mistake you got to kind of capitalize on it the Dodgers have a couple of rally snuffed out including in the ninth the Dodgers scored against brewer closer Josh Hayter with then got Mookie Betts to fly out to right field to end the game with the potential tying run on first base Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
DeGrom's 15 strikeouts, 2-hitter lead Mets over Nats 6-0
"Gig of the ground was a one man show tossing a two hit shutout as the Mets beat the national six to nothing the two time cy young winner struck out fifteen with no walks really good you know especially change it's been a long time so I had three pages worth and then you know was comfortable drawing and anytime so that made a lot of fun Graham needed a hundred nine pitches for his fourth complete game at the plate the ground broke a scoreless tie in the fifth with an RBI double the first of his two heads he also scored twice Brandon Nimmo drove in four with a Homer among his three hits that's a start a Eric Freddy took the loss the Graham is now two in one with an ERA of zero point three one might make you so New York
Lewis Hamilton Takes Shocking Pole Ahead of Two Red Bull Drivers
"I'm arava bravo and today. Alex cullen orcas or two sports grand prix. Editor is here to chat about today's action. Alex what an exciting session. That was louis. Bano sounded quite surprised themselves that they had secured pole position going into qualifying today. Will you expecting him to take paul. I'll be honest. no. I don't think i was. I think the surprise you could hear in beaufort voice was absolutely genuine i. They know that they're in a real close fight with boone. There's going to be very very difficult to do with dominating. The don so easily over the previous years and yet actress did have a eat. You have a bad friday. Not he's obviously with the drive shaft pizza but certainly disrupted things. Says you're peres happening. Fb one now that videos now come out. It was just an unfortunate thing where eclipse as the consequence of the fact that the teams couldn't see what was happening in the timing will tv pictures so rip was really on the back for but still has the fastest car. I don't like definitely think this is a qualifying. That red bull lost rather than mercedes one. So yeah lewis. Hamilton was brilliant. Excellent job but he himself will admit that neither of his two laps were particularly a hundred percent. Perfect is what he said he needed to being said. If you can him about listen in the press conference he says if you put the t. laps together you would have not perfect but i think we still felt both of them. There was time on the table. And you could see that. And secondly didn't improve. Both of the rebel drivers made significant errors. And actually if stopping hooks. Everything up. He's clearly on head of hamilton. I think i think it's Budget they've a tenth of a second cy another another another time rep. Who is cost themselves when they've had the fox's car
Biden Administration to Impose Tough Sanctions on Russia
"In particular what Washington says were its efforts to disrupt the U. S election. LeBeau DeCecco reports. President Biden had warned that Russia would pay a price for interfering in the U. S presidential election if it was confirmed. Now the U. S. Is expected to sanction several Russian entities and expel a number of officials in retaliation for just that. The sanctions are also a response to other issues such as Moscow's involvement in Crimea. At a cyber attack on the U. S technology firms solar winds, which has been described as the largest and most sophisticated the world has ever seen. Abidin Administration's approach to Moscow stands in sharp contrast to that of his predecessor, Donald Trump. In his first foreign policy speeches, President Mr Biden said that the days of the United States rolling over in the face of Russia's aggressive actions were over. Taiwan's president signed when what Cy Young one has told a visiting delegation of
Jonathan Tsay on early-phase spinal cord injury clinical research
"Today. I'll be speaking with dr jonathan cy about his recent paper in the journal neuro rehabilitation enrolled repair titled five features to look for in early phase clinical intervention studies. Dr tsai who goes by. Jt has a doctor of physical therapy degree from northwestern university. And he's currently working on his phd with dr rich ivory at the condition and action lab at uc berkeley and so in the interest of full disclosure jt. And i know each other already from his days. At northwestern where i'm on faculty i can you to discuss listeners. We're in for treats i know. Jt to be smart and an analytical thinker and so whether you are interested in spinal cord injury rehabilitation or neurologic rehabilitation or frankly any rehabilitation where motor learning is at play. I think you're gonna find something that you can use in today's discussion and so jt. Welcome to discuss. Thanks rachel and i do want to say a big part of analytical was attributed to my education and northwestern university they did not sponsor this show but i i do i do think a big part of my training and north western really helped me think through difficult problems especially in the credit. Well mine too. So i guess there we are So let's let's talk about your paper in this paper. Put forward a set of recommendations for how clinicians can identify early. Phase intervention studies that will bring immediate value to their clinical practice which is really important topic and so can you talk about what led you to put these recommendations forward In the first place why. Why do we need them. Yeah so when. I was reading the clinical literature and pt school Had a pain point and the pain point was that i wanted to quickly and efficiently and effectively evaluate papers that might not necessarily fall. as a clinical practice guideline a systematic review or a large scale randomized controlled trial. How do i evaluate quickly evaluate Papers that are more early phase had a lower and offer some novel insights that i can translate quickly To the clinic
"cy" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"It could monkey fucking monkey right. Best day a cop on the beat. The jury reached decision and their five minutes. not guilty. We find this whole case totally crazy so even though so many people wanted site to remain the park board fired him on july twenty fourth nine hundred nineteen of course chicago. Chicagoans protested over fifty thousand signed a petition but was just wasn't meant to be. They weren't going to hire him back. I you know this was their way to finally sever ties with this guy. Thought was crazy drunk. Whatever else so you know. Cy realizes that his life is over at the zoo site quote. This is my family. It's gonna be hard to leave them. Why i brought up from the time. They were babies. I'm proud to sue. I hate to leave it so he moved to. La with his wife and took that job at the seelig zoo in that he'd been offered before a lot of chips in the zoo because they also worked in movies which were pretty great for psych because he's around celebrities pr zoo. That's the whole thing. He's not drinking because otherwise they won't come nearer. Owner was a producer and during world war. Two he taken a big hit and he had to auction off office studio and the zoo so that was in nineteen twenty four side and worked he kind of we. Kinda don't happen to that. He worked as a dude wrangler for a bit. He's he's he's what now about fifty sixty. I run fifty sixty okay. He works as a zoo as a dude. Wrangler then He keep a dude wrangler. Yeah that's okay. Which way do we go. Stan what's this guy doing. He's i don't know man he's telling us what to do. How do you poke me with that. Shit dude stop fuck. It's dan line. He said after that in in in one thousand nine hundred five..
"cy" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Like your boys at work real. I try to jeb fifty pounds of meat straight into a piper. Anyone fan say for a whisky nature for its pure nature. That's how god intended in one thousand nine hundred and two policemen were patrolling zoo when there was a commotion and they ran over and they found side with his foot. Quote planted alexander like on the prone body of a man. The man was charles hiked and size said he was a masher hike. He wasn't and hike charged with assault and battery. I was also charged with disorderly conduct. By one of the cops who said side tried to punch him. So i was helping anything so i was taking a jail and he stayed there until the trial. What an i would one would hope that he would recognize what enclosure existences life and new sets of. You know what an animal goes through now. Of course the papers described size the hero comparing him to tar and alexander. The great the tribune said in this article describing how he attacked this man be tribune. Said cy was quote an exemplar of perfect manhood and printed a picture of him kissing a monkey. A baby monkey. Yes yes of course said more unbiased. Terminals straightforward was this the fox paper two days later silence suspended from a zookeeper job because of the because beating up a stranger. Was i mean he said it was a mash. Up of the city was and tribune ran an article titled pets would-be best witnesses said side. Diversify he said what pets would be best. Witnesses had would be best witnesses is. He's he's not suggested calling his animals to testify. Is he quote if their testimony there. Oh my god. If their testimony could be introduced. I would easily be cleared of the charges. Stage species put your head out of the bible. There praise mr muskrat so trial was and how long have you been allying raw. His trial was on july eleventh. The tribune wrote that if convicted he should not lose his job there. A ton of witnesses some saying completely opposite things happened one woman said she smelled alcohol on size breath. Another said he was four. Sure sober site. Say i like that guy now. he's a hundred percent. Schober hundred percent size said he only had one pint. Okay sure well of what first of all and then a park. Zookeeper testified.
"cy" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"We're mixing up parts in there like you wouldn't believe it's like a cupid factory. We've got somebody arts in the wrong place Cy also gave lectures on wild animals. He again this guy no education he just he just started hanging around animals. He handled the crime. Beat also the quincy journal reported he. The quincy journal reported quote gamekeepers side to fry procured the arrest of a fellow yesterday. Who had caught a mess of goldfish from one of the lagoons van. My buddy used to be a manager to building that had koi ponds. Oh god thirds story apartment and he would just look at his window. It's up to shout at people. Stop stealing the coy at the top. That's in it in eighteen. Eighteen ninety-five side made headlines when major ally in at the zoo had a badly needed tooth causing him not to eat meat for two weeks and vegan decided to take two out. Okay so i guess. They made an announcement because two thousand people came to watch him remove the tooth. Die this saturday. This saturday cy. We'll die quote at about two o'clock. The keepers went into the cage followed by the admiring is of the great crowd among them several hundred women. That's right we're capable of watching things take place to sign in major. As the lion growled he got a rope around him and then he handed the rope to the assistance outside the cage. Who pulled on it. So now they have the another they pull the k- the lion over to the side and then put more around major until they pull his legs through the cage at hold onto. Oh my god just then. He put a rope around each. You know part of his upper and lower jaw and they opened the jaw with more ropes. And by the way the lion not thinking this is okay for some reason hustle by this whole move and then The vet came in with his instruments and as soon as that came camped lady. Here we go from the top the vet that removes. The tooth came out in three pieces. It was super rotted then. The vet held up tooth for the crowd to see. Everyone cheered again. Can you believe we got outside to watch this girl's boo. It was worth it and then everybody left except cy and they released the lion and then sign. The line played together for in the crowd. Watched what ally like. Yeah yeah eight so bad yeah cider rise willingness to enter cages and interact with frightening zoo. Animals made the zoo into a violent and exciting place for people. Yes i mean. Imagine if you could go to do guy was going to go in there and have some sort of issue with a live. Tv people are making the paper because they didn't pick up their mail. And you're talking about a fucking dude going out there ripping molars out of lions and then tussling. Yeah yes yes so. The animals had to be moved every spring and fall to their summer and winter quarters right so a lot of animals not into that and they refuse to get into the mobile cage for the transfer. So cy would have to go into the animal enclosure to secure the animal with a rope so the others could pull pull the animal into mobile cage. So these encounters were often violent and drew very large crowds. Each each time a six. He was successful moving an animal..
"cy" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Yet. They shoot the kid in the bank. That's the mob up on the stage and everyone eats the candy that comes up. I don't even know what. I don't think that's the thing what you just said. That's not. That's not a thing anyone's done no way. Now i'm thinking you hit with a stick pin and that's opinion. I'm thinking of opinion. You're thinking of like keats in year or something like that. This is again vastly different. I shouldn't have mentioned it. I shouldn't have mentioned it. But it's just kicking partying with you every now and then dave. Hashtag kit with a jew seems antisemitic. Excuse me i went to fifty bar mitzvahs. I'm jewish baby. Fat that by historian margaret hanson. That a lot of this is based on so the zoo. As i said i've been called menagerie. But from the elephant arrival forward more and more papers started calling it. As vernon kissling junior said quote in america the word menagerie assumed a negative connotation in common usage implying improperly kept caged animals so a zoo as more science based and it's paid for by taxes whereas elise zoo will come to have the same connotation that's right Cy moved up the ranks very fast at the zoo and in eighteen ninety three he was the head zookeeper. Once he was in charge. The zoo really took off. He personally helped design and build hundreds of new cages and habitats. He built the lion house and the avery house which were huge advances in the way zoo. Animals are kept or imprisoned. Whatever word you want one of the first news paper articles to mention his name was by a lion quote. A reporter for the tribune found the head. Keeper side of rye in the male lion's cage seated upon the back of the lion fondling and crossing him as one would favor story. What i finally caressing just doesn't i mean it. Just it's different. It means a little. It's become a little creepy or now than it did then. Otherwise this dudes just laying down. Sort of joe by the back of the lion's head. Yeah yeah i would say. That's what he's doing and the lion every time to get And then i watched the latte the lion and the man slowly. I was screaming to stop but they would not. It just kept going. This report is watching. What is going to the zoo.
"cy" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Podcast or each week. I dave anthony redistributed from american history to my friend gareth reynolds who has no idea what the topic is going to be about say That's it that's all. I got feel good about it though. That's i mean to the intro. I like it when we do it right just like that. So you know when you're looking at your phone. Yeah your phone coming up. Yeah yeah big. Barely paying attention right now dude. Of course i've seen we're doing a podcast is literally one other person here that you should be slightly focused on. That's what you're should throw out some legit numbers but instead Okay all right. It's just me here right now. You should pretend like you care. Listen dan i love you. You know i love you. i'm all about you. I'm paying so much attention to you so please relax guy gareth dan. My name is fucking second team. My name is dave all right buddy. Okay got it and action who has no idea what the topic is going to be about my god. You're the dallas will be right back..
"cy" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Hey everyone and welcome to another paid for Friday episode where we highlight people that we feel are doing a great job. Publishing leadership content that resonates with us. We include links to their work and him on our post to make sure that they know we appreciate them. This is our way to say. Thanks to other leaders and individuals that are having a positive impact on helping others become better leaders, sharing their thoughts, opinions and ideas online for all the scene here. Chris and I have always wanted our platform to advocate for other people passionate about leadership, and give our listeners as much content as possible to help sharpen their own skills, the different perspectives and approaches. If you'd like us. Check out any one specific. Please tag them in the comments or send us a message with links to their content on this episode. I WANNA recognize Cy Wakeman. Size of drama researcher International Speaker on Leadership Management a New York, times, bestselling author, a global thought leader in a podcasting peer host of the No Eagle podcast. Originally discovered cy from an article about leadership podcast and I did what I normally do. Walk the dogs and check out an episode. I really enjoyed size, honest and authentic advice. In a recent episode size spoke about resilience and I loved how she explained that resilience is a personal journey requiring a lot of self reflection, self, contemplation, self, self, self, and readiness is what the leaders of an organization are responsible for in other words, leaders are responsible for providing even plainfield filled with challenges and experiences that increase knowledge, push against complacency and require grit and perseverance. Everyone is responsible for themselves and can decide to navigate that field and stay committed to see themselves through it. Obviously leaders show them. There's a path and sometimes help to illuminated, but resilience is a result of that personal push. Want to better yourself every day. So I highly recommend checking outside content as she has tons of podcast in articles and posts, and all types of amazing leadership content have included the links to her Lincoln profile and podcast in the episode notes Great Job Cy in thanks for helping others to Hashtag, be a better leader. Thanks for listening and let us know who else deserves kudos..
"cy" Discussed on No Ego
"I I tell the story sometimes. Like what are we saying to those that sign up for our team like you might want to look at hiring because I remember you. You've told this story that we used to when we hired two ideas here and we used to hire people were like. We're really fun. You know we do really cool things. We travel a lot. And when you're in the initial phase of bringing someone in it's it's almost as if you lie to someone about what will happen by The reality is we like we work hard. You still have fun. But it's like we work some long hours you might travel longtime through the night and so then what happens is as you get to about eighteen months kind of maybe before that disillusioned the reality are like what the heck this is different than. I thought when I signed up and so you said when your best strategies was just more honest in that initial spot about what to expect you know. Some of the hours Some of the community that you will be dealing with Aso. People come in a bit more In check with reality about what the day to day will look like. Yeah you know and I was thinking that and then I also tell the story a lot and I don't know if this relates that like. I think about me being a speaker now. They've been doing it for four years. And sometimes I hear in healthcare where people are like all the long hours and all this stuff and it's true but I also think about you know me as a speaker they'd be like you know I just I just don't like being on stage all the time and I don't like travelling at all and I don't impressing you realize that most of the stuff you're complaining about is like exactly what you signed up. Yeah exactly and where you know. I don't so harsh. Comparison leads to disgruntlement to cause. I also hear a lot of folks say you know. Well you don't understand our job were expected to you. Know there's sometimes I don't get sleep or there's sometimes in. I'm looking at them. And most of the people I know who are working the level responsibly. That they were Have the same hours like the people telling me this. I'll have enough position something you don't understand like I work eighteen hour days and I'm thinking I'm in my seventeen dollars. Yeah exactly it's like I land at twelve or one. I need to meet people at six thirty. Believe how many emails from Cy Wakeman at twelve thirty from in the night Finishing up her final emails after speaking by the way could lead to burn out if my staff didn't have boundaries where they're like if it's an emergency cybele ring my phone otherwise that's just size work time. I'll make up no stories. I'll deal with it in my time. You know I'll get my my stuff. I think that's so important. That not only do we. Job Preview but We really start quickly with your on. Boarding doesn't just include the paperwork. We do include self care from the beginning and so what habits can you start to put in? Because I've worked in offices that they talk about burnout and the only thing you can find either sugar. I work in offices. Talk about burnout. And the only employee reward. They give is a drinking party now. Some of that is going away. But I'm just like you know. Their desks aren't ergonomically. Set up they So how do you talk to people? Especially if they're out in the community and people's homes about An organized way to set their car up so that they aren't cluttered. Like how do you really get them? Best Practices for people who Have an incidence of not getting themselves into burn out practice these things and they actually teach people to do that. One of the things that we did and I don't know if this is where you're going with this but you said about three o'clock or something. I think you saw it in the researcher. You have our team we can set at least. I have it on my calendar. Thirty minutes for meditation now. Some people might not choose to do that but that could be thirty minutes where you read an article. You're interested and where you take a nap or I think it's at the very least. You could even add that as this window. We'RE NOT GONNA book clients on or or something like that. That will be for self care which I think is really important even You know when I was with hustles even before we went out like into home. Four minutes in your car. Censoring Yourself. So you start to get this thing where you're like. I'm late I'M GONNA go to fast food by. Somethings run helping. I'm not going to kind of cleanse from one visit to the next. It's really about getting your team passing with self care. The other thing I would say that intrigues me. About burn out because I think it's all about energy management and Are you hanging with people who deplete you or build you? And that's why I like that partitioning out. I'm so that people can just really hang with not like minded. I don't WanNa kill the diversity but Like spirited yes people. They're willing to do that but wholehearted thus for me is been a big thing notice saying if I can't get out of something then how do I get into something? If it's a half two and then noticing my energy levels like what bills energy what depletes it does it deplete it. 'cause I'm feeding into bad behavior. Does it deplete it because I'm not really skilled in that area? I don't have a modern approach is depleted because I procrastinate and my willingness is like I really want people just notice themselves but what I've noticed about myself is when I can just make a decision that you know what it is what it is. I'm going all and I'm GonNa Bring it and that could be any relationship that could be any of that if you hang on the edges you get burned out because you never really get fed because you never really committed you never really went all in and that's why commitment the willingness do it takes the first step in our accountability model in so Heartedness is Interesting to me. It was I think I was first introduced to some reading. I did the room Einstein but the concept that time can expand in that we can experience expansion of time mentally whether solution or not in those moments. Like when you're in the zone YOU LOSE TRACK OF TIME RIGHT BEFORE. Like if you're GONNA hit the car in front of you like you're not distracted thinking about your grocery lists. It seems like that two seconds like draws like because your focus actually had a car accident. I remember that feeling you just described. That's crazy so I asserted playing with this that. How does my all in this? My whole heartedness affects my energy levels and while I was kind of considering that whole heart in this might be an e one of the antidotes to burn out Which for me. Then I had to be more committed. I was working is back in the day. Where WE'RE We're restoring a house for doing a lot of gardening as we're can consulting at gateway and we just had some massive projects. We put in some crazy hours but we also won a lot of the battles so it was like Super Fun in I remember thinking it's not right that I know how many steps there are from my driveway to the couch. Like I literally it'd be driving home and it'd be like okay. Say All you have to do is park and forty seven steps. I opened with one eye open like he was just tired and I think that was probably closest. I've got to Brunell and an like all I wanNA do. Today my whole goal is to get to the couch and remember as I pulled up. I saw this new bed of flowers I just put in and there was like these huge like almost corn stocks that had grown up. I must've gotten so bad soil or something and it bugged me and I'm kind of a little ego about how yard looks in so I thought okay. I can't rest with those two corn socks. I'm GONNA grab those. I'm going to grab him. And then that'll be like fifty seven steps to my couch so went over three hours later so my work clothes and I'm out there and I have this beautifully clean bed feel like a million and I'm thinking wait a minute. What happened to my fatigue. Oh my gosh and I'm like it's completely gone now. Some of you who understand exercise will say well. Exercise is a great way to build energy again for me. It was that whole heartedness. I moved into doing something I really loved because I know this happened again. When my son was playing basketball in the driveway inside couldn't pull up and slide decide. I'll play a game a pig two hours later. I'm like done so I really noticed for me when my energy starts getting low it's like how can I go into something and most people think if they're getting less energy they need to unplug. Takes time away now set boundaries limit? My work push things away. I almost think at times you spend a lot more time trying to keep things away from you than you would if it went into. So there's a point of it's not always just your energy when you open up you allow a connection with like bigger energy exactly. Yeah and I think most of us can't even gauge. How much saying no that constant consideration if this is worth my time to get into that conversation and at the same time that's all with the balance of not being the one that says yes to everything overwhelmed so you can't get out of it like get into ten clients to connect with today or the lapping at ten clients if you have forty seven clients connect with today right in so what. I found when I was doing some Graduation speeches. There was one Graduation season I was invited to like four or five nursing colleges to be their speaker which was awesome about the nurse but I get to work with a lot of coal nurses. And so you get to sit through graduation ceremonies. We start to see like the themes and still every graduation ceremony. The Dean of the nursing school would get up and they would have a conversation. The new GRADS Usually some really great advice and so I got to listen to four or five speeches and what I notice is I don't know if they share their speeches but there's some big similarities so in nursing cursed by that pattern recognition. Your background. Your Dad researcher. Maybe it does not leave. Like I'm always noticing patterns especially what people's goals are and what their strategy is and whether that has any chance of working when their weapon? Well that was a great shot so anyway they talked to the nurses and they basically you have four parts of your mission your work as a nurse and I love this about nursing. They said one of your missions obviously is care where the patient care in some way and it could be bedside chair side in you know it could be any of those but you have a portion to care for patients direct patient care the second thing. Is You have a responsibility to either be researching or be participating in the research. So maybe you're not doing the research but since we practice evidence based medicine you are aware of the research in. So you're very compliant your compliance..
"cy" Discussed on No Ego
"We can't inspire another person. We just can't all I can do is say Alex. What's your level of willingness to really work and develop beyond these conspiracy stories? That I I hear from you and if the willingness is low then I have to move into no issue I need I can only work with the willing and so let's move into a transition team but when I find is that old childhood saying that's what you are but what am I you you are like. That's where this could go. Yeah like you you're smelly and I'm like well that's what you are. But what am I. I really want people. That was such such a good idea to come up with a take what you wrote about another and put your I in there and see what you come up with. This isn't to say. Oh well I do it to an justify it. Because you pie don't do it as disruptive -ly but it puts you in the place of compassion so you quit feeling like there's great injustice in the world you know what if you work with humans the human condition they all have conspiracy theories they also themselves as a victim at times they all get out of their lane. You just described every single human being in the universe now is interfering with their job start performance managing and if it gets to the point where you prefer not to have that person on your team. They don't have that person on your team. Yeah yeah so what sort of like short you realize got into that so funny though. Both author like toggle switch broken. How many of you with people on your team in some of your relationships like you believe about the potential in somebody which is it yet? Ashley's use that. Excuse what isn't currently President So that was fun. toggle switch broken broken. Hello so now. We're going to get into the question that we thought that'd be number two. This was a little longer. This one's longer but might paraphrase a little bit okay. My job was unfortunately eliminated after months of drama between myself and the manager in the department. My role is the clinical expert expert department and her role was operational. I twenty five years of experience and she had two years. Do you hear the Eagle Building case there. Yeah it's Blake. I was eliminated after months of drama between myself and another my roles. Clinical expert in the department in her role was operational. Could've stopped right there. Then it's lake make and now we'll hear from the EGO. I had twenty five years of experience and she had two years. I would bring safety issues to her. Wanting to look at rickshaws in she refused to let me be involved I was very frustrated and worried. A safety events became a weekly occurrence. She eventually blocks me from all my duties refuse to s for how when she didn't know the answer. I advocated for patients insurgents. Saw The eagles like dehere. We're building. I'm amazing in the beginning. It was like what I did what she did. And now at flake the eagles taken over I implemented patient safety issue. Yeah I just felt like the balance. There are no new stories right every story. I'm the victim villain. I am helpless and I WanNa sl what it can do. What can I do since I'm the victim and the villain and I am helpless better? Yeah it's like what can I do to change it. We'll the thing you never think of is. Stop being the victim and start making other people villains and stopping helpless but a lot of people paint me the story I'm the victim the villain. I'm helpless what could I do. And did you ever see the youtube video on Bob Newhart. It was the clip. He was a psychiatrist and somebody but he came to him. And they're like you know. I keep feeling this way and I keep imagining the. I'm like being buried alive in this box. Or does he just yell start doing his thing and she's like so what can they do it. He's like just stop. Just stop it just just right now. Just we have to add a linked to that. There's that one and then there's the Have you seen the nail on the head one. I love that one. That one's ever seen that but it's like you could start with taking the nail out of your head the neons your head and you always do that. You Die. Yeah he's there's the other one with two people on the escalator or the people on the escalator and something something stops and you show. You'll know they're on escalator. But they're like all these people and it just shows that the kind of panic and stuff you don't realize on the escalator. They're all equipped should we we do and then it pans and it shows that the learned helplessness. They're standing on the escalator. They could just climb forward. Just walk up. Yeah it's I. It didn't do justice anyway. The EGO is is is getting there and this is from a woman named Heather. I'm so thrilled that you synthesis in because it's awesome. You are really showing me the exact same thing I do when I'm in ego and it happens only daily so if you're now for a fight right of size making an elephant McCain on your letter leather your letter do not do that to yourself. You had the courage to write this and you had the courage to out your ego and growth is on the other side of this thing so it goes on to say I implemented pay. She's patient safety initiatives that decrease patient injury in other words. I was a high achiever lever. So then we've made the case now we're gonNA tell how you were victimized the day before my job was eliminated and that was in quotations for me to know now the story behind quotations was it was a big setup and okay right the day before his eliminated one of her supervisor's came up to me in front of staff yelling pulling at me telling me that undermine them and I don't belong here. This was the second time this has happened so I went until the director. Now first of all I'm sorry Ari and I want to acknowledge I don't care how far we are into the human condition. I don't care how track we that. That's that's abusive stuff and that's trauma stuff and I'm really sorry that that happened to you. So we're gonNA take a brief moment from jesting with your ego to say never okay to harm the spirit of another with any violent acts So this is the second time it happened so I went until the director the next day the director told me to meet with the CNO who ultimately told me. My job was quotes eliminated. My question to you is how in the future do I handle situations with. The management is so poor judgment and will not address. The problems presented to them. Wouldn't percent the problems I brought up in the way I wanted them. addressed adding that in. How do I help the inexperienced manager without threatening them and I love this line? You are amazing. Cy and I'm looking forward to your response. That was just my ego out to play for a minute. So here's the letter and I love heather that you to wrote this letter and I think if you looked at it I just underline all the is when it started. I did this and they did that. Not because the minute that we are into I am vase ultimatums and they never and I always your ego has toward Italy moved into the house. There's just no room for you and I know you WANNA learn from this. The reason that I love this letter picked it is because you know it felt for mill. I mean we've all been in that familiar and her real ask is like how in the future can I work with inexperienced manages without threatening him so the question is super lovely but the Eagle tried to manipulate my answer by giving me some pretty bad context so when you take an out of there you you know the just a lot like the part that really got me and it could be because a lot of times. I'm younger. That's a tough deal where it's you know. I got twenty five years of experience and they have to and if you have that energy and side you all the time. I can't help but believe that comes out in your interactions judgements already. Do People in two years aren't as valuable as me. Let's go on. My question is what happened when you were at twenty three years and that person was just started so what was that first. Few interactions when you found out you had a new leader. It's going to be an operations and you know they don't have that much experience like if that started that way or did you know that coming in and I just knowing your energies into that. If that's a big deal to you then everything they say. Hey if you're not clear you're going to have an air towards. What do they know? I've been doing this longer than they've been. It's not that different but it's it's that energy from the START I think Ken 'cause the discussions to in it's an energy thing I think people are feeling energy out there so I don't I cannot help but notice that that might have started this whole relationship. A weird start. I think you picked up on something so powerful. What you picked up on is so powerful and it reminds minds me when as therapist and even in my own life The mistakes that people make when they bring step kids into families so that like my kids and And I can see her face. I can't remember her name down in the Houston. Area works with a lot of kids her and her husband at their church and youth groups. We were talking one night and she said one of she. She'll share with me this cool story and she said you the things we really keep in mind with new people coming in to be youth leaders. Is that rules without relationship creates rebellion interesting and she said so eloquently. We used to say the same thing as therapists but as a step here. No you can't come in with all these rules before you've established a relationship so when you go back to. What was that person's first day like as a new manager and maybe twenty three years? Here's a maybe you weren't with them in the same workplace. Don't let your ego skews it because the details but what did she do the form. The relationship and I think a lot of people who get in safety and Quality l'idee they have patients could die and yeah it's super serious but are you. Skilled implanting The lifeguard not the police piece in HR and consulting roles like clinical educator or a quality a person with a quality job or a safety focus. It is easy to study up on policies and procedures and just be the no person or the righteous one that nothing is good enough is is easy the backseat drive and see the issue when you're not in and if you did that without compassion people really rebel but if you have good consulting skills where are you can see the positive intent of the person and then share with them. I understand your goal and really appreciate that and here are some ways you could move through the world differently and more skillfully. When we're teaching? We really make sure that we don't punch the Eagle in the face that we don't we don't preach we don't tell you what to do. We say here's a concept and it's got some evidence in their tried on for size. See how it fits for you. I'll tell you about how I've used. Yeah Well on how I've screwed it up and I never heard any sharing of vulnerability like I'm not perfect. I screw this up I understand and so how do you work with inexperienced managers folks if you're if you have more experienced know that your experience in the past and it may help you based on the assumption. The future is just like the past. I'm not negating experience. I would rather have a neurosurgeon. Who's done you? You know forty upper rather than like do this why I what I hope it goes well paid but most people coming into clinical environments. Just have some great training. They have some novice things they need to work out. But what if you just saw in the moment that it was your ego that brought in twenty five years as a trump card. What if you you just saw the moment in this moment Alex you and I are equal? You bring us some things to the table. I don't have and brings some things that table you don't have and that's just the way of it so I don't need to pull this out there like because quite honestly my it thirty years of experience and we'll tell you is more of a handicap in the new worlds then. It is an advantage interest. Now I have a lot of wisdom about what worked in nineteen ninety three super duper lots. But I don't have a lot of the wisdom in what's going to work tomorrow so those of you. The real question in this is how do we work with inexperienced leaders former relationship be vulnerable. Get hit renee. Brennan Brown's books and like Soak your brain in them be vulnerable. Drop your armor drop here. Righteousness drop your sure one upsmanship stop with the seat to understand like you said other than to be. There's so many many people know this stuff. But a lot of times people out of their own eagle in their own fear based response. Don't use it so if I wonder how to work within experience being features they're not all clones. Go ask them. I'm responsible for education in safety in this area and I trust you have that same goal so help me understand whether some of the best ways to work with you and if you seem upset I get curious helped me understand what was helpful about what I did and wasn't helpful but you have twenty five years experience and while you're equal and on the same level you need to take an even higher road. Big has people are looking to us with greater scrutiny. And we are the wiser ones.
"cy" Discussed on No Ego
"So that leads me to the second learning moment that I had from Cy. And this was after I gone through all of the Cy Wakeman training at my organization, and I was a leader and gotten promoted, and I was feeling like awesome. Because the stuff that I learned from reality base leadership was totally counter intuitive to any leadership bootcamp information I've ever heard it was counterintuitive to the HR information. I was learning in my in my graduate education. And so I was like I want to go be an HR. I want to transform the world of HR and do this thing. And so I got a promotion and. Was all excited. I was working in a new department, and once all of that kind of excitement were off once the honeymoon of the new job or off I recognized that perhaps the situation that I had gotten myself into wasn't what I thought it was the halo that I had around my boss. Maybe wasn't as big as I thought it should be. And so everyone else in my work environment was showing up in different ways than I dreamed. It was gonna be I had this halo. And so all of a sudden, I recognize that the reality was and the reality is an only every workplace that I work for you know, what I had a boss that preferred to communicate differently than I did I worked for an organization that maybe didn't have a strategy. That was as clear as I thought it should be. I was working in a new team with technology that I thought wasn't up to par of what I thought it should be. She and there were silos there were different ways of communicating and you know, folks, were, you know, scheduling so many meetings, and I thought that there were so many meetings in there wasn't the best technology, and there was too much work and people were suing any swim lanes in all these other stories you guys recognize that and what I recognized was like that was just my reality. And these realities were very difficult. We were a brand new organization we were a brand new department. We have lots of things to figure out, but I had to be careful not to wish for perfect circumstances. Because perfect circumstances. Like if I had the perfect boss with a perfect strategy and perfect Email communication, and we.
"cy" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"But there's lots of other ones that don't as well that you can really throw yourself into wholeheartedly, and that's not wrong. That's not a bad choice in life to do that. And there's countless stories that emphasize that point by think. Looking at young children. That's the way we're there's going to be there's going to be changed. I think we can change ourselves. Now on words, I think really it's the kids. And I think there are lots severe than we think is well, you know, especially around social media a lot of parents have phase that their kids are going to go off and do a source of crazy stuff on. I think more often than not they're quite sensible, and they are living it more than we are. So they know the pitfalls more than we do by the time. Our kids are teenagers or younger children at least. Arakan social media be like cigarettes. Nice to do that. Destructively used to do it willy nilly. What about how you cope with the basics of much Cy Young? The idea of ethnic. Oh, let well one of them goes to play grew forever. A worry about people talking to them touching them. But I don't even mean in any untoward way simply brushing past. How you coping with that? All right. I think. Yeah. I think really natural evolution happens as you. Grow into parenthood. Where is of seen with my husband? He's got two older children who I in seventeen is an incremental process of letting go so my my stepson who seventeen is learning to drive so jetties going through this whole thing of he's in a call right now. And I'm not with him, and he could be going at sixty miles an hour, and you have to let go so from the point that we're out with young kids now to seventeen you gradually..
"cy" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"League. If not the entire major league baseball league right now. I don't know. Why you're you're saying something like that? Because I'm looking at the stats, and you said he was a Cy Young winner, which he had never wanna sei-yung. Okay. May maybe overlap that with kershaw's Cy Young award is beard got in the way of my thinking with his nevertheless three Cy youngs. You mean? With this three Cy Young awards Clayton Kershaw now Clayton Kershaw as far as playoffs are concerned is long in the tooth. Okay. He definitely as long as these had plenty of experience out there bad experience all in all that it is and yeah. And he would have the incredibly short leash. He would have a choke collar with electric shock to it immediately. That's what they should do. They should put on these these shot callers on them. Of course, it would be league approved. And then when the when the instead of walking out to the mound. They can go ahead and just get a shock on the pitcher out there as them a little bit and the reference the empire would see that and say, okay, that's one walked to the mound. We don't have to actually have you walk out the same as they. They don't have the pitcher pitch for a base ball anymore, which I think is dumb. I know they did that to speed up the game. But they're still the chance that either a hitter can't go ahead. Take a poke at the ball or there could be a misfire. And all of a sudden there goes another batter from I the second or first and second second or third. Why in the world are you removing that element of the game? I don't know. I don't know. There are too many changes, and let's face it. When you look at the way the game is played today. I don't care if third the World Series right now the game has to have some semblance of reasonable management. You cannot burn through your bench. You cannot burn through your bullpen and expect to be in every game. It doesn't work that way. Look with the tried in the last series. It didn't even work for the brewers who was a team seemingly on a mission. And so I look at this. When when you have these.
"cy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Cy Oliver puts the rock in Castle Rock. Titan sandstone. Rocking rotten. His. Process. Route two handed. Newseum setting. The flow. To my heart with.
"cy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I'm putting up. The Jacob degrom verse. David price poll good pitcher on a playoff team. Because there's already debate over here me a Totta argue over this. I think if people want to be David price, you could go down in history. He's been very inconsistent this year. Jacob degrom going down in history. Ignominously? What did you call me? Ignominiously? Ignominiously Cy Young winner on the worst record. I I actually I just made up. I don't even know if the worst record, isn't it Felix Hernandez. Did he not the worst team record? He was thirteen and twelve and don't have the worst record ever for a Cy Young winner. Do they all I have no idea because the Phillies won fifty nine games? He caught and definitely want it that year yet. Yes. Boy, mclovin was close ignominious is that the word. Yeah. That's the word observing or causing public. Shame and disgrace ignominious. Yes, it's an ignominious Cy Young award. It's going to have an Asterix this ski. Asterisks? All right. We're gonna be talking about the Jacob degrom Cy Young year in twenty years. The Corey kluber years just Corey kluber sneak in and win that'd be his third Cy Young. Would this be Shire's fourth Cy Young? Yes. Isn't that the stamp of approval for a hall of fame you get the three Cy youngs? And Todd Blackledge will join us. We'll talk to him about this whole quarterbacking situation, college football and its Penn State Ohio State behind every great team is.
"cy" Discussed on PTI
"Pardon the interruption, but I'm Mike wilpon. You've been hosting multiple shows day this week break. Are you holding up. I'm soul on. Great. Which one is this? Let's see. This is the one where there's a guy and his dad and they're in the kitchen. No, two years ago. No, Not not that. that. Behind me. That's all that. On threes are good friend. I can't teach you that all year long. All you. Welcome to PTI. Gordon is out damaging golf course somewhere today. Do. I am very fortunate to be joined by our great friend. Frank is Sola. Yeah, the overwork Frank guy. Sola, we begin in an unlikely place with the Chicago Bears. Finally joining the other thirty one NFL teams by signing their number one draft pick Georgia linebacker roquan Smith. The four year deal for eighteen million dollars was never really in doubt. It was the contract language that could've put some miss guaranteed money in jeopardy. The two sides elder ground until last night when either somebody gave in or a compromise was reached Frank. What do you think this kid for battling this law? You know what? This is actually a hold out and it was twenty nine days long that I could get behind. Here's someone who doesn't have a history of onfield issues, whether it's a legal hits fighting with opponents, arguing with referees, and that's the language he wanted. Didn't want an his contract. This was about principle for him, and I think that rookies coming into the league, they're gonna use this as a template and look at what Smith did and his agents did as well. Why. I should. He lose money on something like a helmet to helmet hit when the referees aren't really sure about the rule, the Briars aren't. It's football, you're going out there making plays. Now you're gonna take money away from him in case he is suspended for one of those. I like what he did here. It's a bad look for my football team. My Chicago Bears a really bad. Look. We're going to take advantage of a situation. We're going to take advantage of new context and perhaps take your guaranteed money away. And I know there are players currently on the bears who say that the bears have been great about this, and they weren't seeking to take any guaranteed money away, but he's players for his own situation. Right. And if you want to guarantee you can't Russ any football team. They can do anything they what with most contracts because they're not guaranteed. And so most of your money is not guaranteed with the exception of some fabulously famous football quarterbacks, so good for roquan Smith and he did this now. I don't care the missed one preseason game. Because I think this is about three weeks and they play an extra preseason games, actresses he can be ready. The bears need him on the field and then gonna get over whatever bad feelings. There were what's interesting about roquan Smith. He's a guy that reads the fine print because when he was going into college, he verbally committed to CLA and they told him sign your letter of intent. And I'm not gonna do that. The coach set recruited him left. Guess what hate it. He never signed that letter of intent with UCLA. He ended up in Georgia, so this is a guy that takes ownership of his career. I give him credit like I said, his agencies are some credit. My going to law school either while he's in the NFL or after he should. All right. Jacob. Degrom sei-yung bid is gaining momentum after beating the Yankees. Monday night in the Bronx two grams record is seven and seven, but is ERA is a major league low of one point. Eight one to grab could become the first pitcher in a hundred years to finish with an ERA of below two runs and without a winning record. His manager. Mickey Calloway said that right now, the Cy Young award is to grabs to lose Mike. I know you're big on wins. Do you agree with the manager of the Mets here? Hell no, because I'm blind wins win the game, Frank win the game. I don't care what the area is when you add them up at the end, you know the cubs probably had some Cy Young award winning ERA champions in that hundred year plus year period..
"cy" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"You're not familiar with what I've written down on this piece of paper. No. Okay. Let's be clear about that. Everybody, these three guests all have no idea what's about to happen. Except for I did try to explain the game. So hopefully we've all sort of beyond that. We have no idea. What's the title Scott. Is skyscraper. Someone's clapping over there either because they like that movie or tall buildings. Cy Cy Cy sky. So something I against guy or begins this guy, he's grape Her Majesty's secret service. Oh, that would work. If the word on was. Of that is no. I mean. Scrape. Her you can go. You could use the per part her part or a per part. We wouldn't use Raper. Probably wouldn't work her also a movie that ends in sky. Oh, you can go the other way. Oh, I didn't know that. Well, anyway. So can you ask me what's up for again. The the some desert sky. No sky sky's all I can think of guy to tomorrow. World tomorrow scraper. Sky. Meanwhile, like his. Sky. The next game. Before dicta-. The first one could be hard. I don't think this one is but skyscraper. Perfect. Perfect. Yep, yeah, scrape. Perfect. So now Pat needs something ends this guy or begins with fact..
"cy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Maybe no why does still lighten me stu disappear why doesn't the night fighting me maybe speak nobody me is he i superior why doesn't the night invite me maybe speak nobody spree imagine dance you look at me and suddenly it's spring why do i keep cy just saying i'm young and free it's.