26 Burst results for "Carmody"
"carmody" Discussed on Fair Winds Podcast
"Feel like elax a spine in a lot of ways because we defined encourages stepping up to the plate which meals if something needs to be said you say it and i don't know that it's not a quiet person to say difficult things right and ask ask difficult questions. But i can understand why socrates rejects the exit devilish. That's what i'm saying when quietness not. You quietness as equality. I'm putting it forward. As the last dialogue. I feel like undercuts it in a very significant way. Yes if you want to know why. Listen to relax. But i can see where carmody is is coming from because control is what he's looking for. Yes so being quiet typically means being under control too because it's not it's not like never talking it's also not being boisterous and being obnoxious right. One i think part of it is no one in the dialogue has said self control. We've set a lot. Because i know where this goes and what's going on. He just said temperance fine asked the average person. What does temperance. I feel like they would say it's not drinking well. Yeah because it's the temperance movement faculty. They're not that everyone that. But that's legitimately people would think it has to do with drinking does temperance by essence have to do with drinking. No you can be tempered and other things and so we're in a sense. Were just proposing. Well here's a here's a definition and then showing why that one's wrong. It's possible that if played over writing this dialogue today commies first response might have been something about drinking. Because that's a common thing. And so the ancient greeks are reading this thinking. Temperance is to be quiet. Yeah i've i've absolutely vaguely in my mind associate. The to and play was saying this is why this is excellent. Okay okay the reason. Why i bring up. Control here is because he says do things orderly quietly which in mind during says keep it under control absolutely which i don't think he's a bad definition. No iphone shows why his his definition you. There's a sense to it right. He's not a complete idiot. The ben diagram does have overlap right. It's not like he said. Temperance is drinking till you get wasted right. And i think she's having lot written on this next page good and then the the self control aspect is another problem. I have with doing it quietly and under control quickly. Quiet orderly quietly. I should yes. Is that it. It's it's the connotations of orderly is stifling. Okay.
"carmody" Discussed on Fair Winds Podcast
"You should see the eternal spiritual that's where it's at. This is all be advice to the reader. Oh you think you think. Cities are wonderful. You should you should see justice okay. That's just it's just amazing okay. And of course. Socrates equates that and says of course a noble soul so socrates and tells us what we're supposed to be reading out of this so they sit him down because he's having headaches. He's having headaches got chronic headaches and they tell socrates socrates is interested in talking to him right to talk to him all right. Pretend let us pretend to be doctor. Who knows a cure for headaches. And the the or we could rephrase it. Tell the boy that you know how to heal the mind. Okay yes sure good. Yeah and of course you go okay. I see yeah. Basically at which point socrates says what he gives them like a mantra ono before that before that he's like what did they do. They tell us. Tell the boy little mind without healing the body. How can i heal the body without healing the soul. Yes even before that before. This is all before. Carmody shows reread. They lied to him and tell him you know how to heal the mind. Okay so is everyone expects everyone. There tells socrates to say falsely that he knows how to heal the mind which is important. I think okay because socrates the that. He's no no so so they're on the. They are thinking headache medicine. That he's not actually doctor..
Judge gives preliminary approval to massive Flint water crisis settlement
"A federal judge is granted preliminary approval to a massive legal settlement stemming from widespread drinking water contamination in Flint, Michigan, between 2014 and 2015. Steve Carmody of Michigan public radio reports. The state of Michigan, the city of Flint and to local businesses agreed to pay into a $641 Million fund to settle civil suits seeking compensation for health and property damage caused when improperly treated water damaged pipes, releasing, let another contaminants. Attorney Michael Pitt, co lead counsel for the plaintiffs, says some Flint residents worried they may not get what they deserve. Certainly those Concerns will be heard seriously by the court, and its adjustment is required. According to the opinion of the court adjustments will be made. Nearly 80% of the settlement is set aside for plaintiffs who were young Children or minors at the time of the crisis.
Public officials charged in Flint water crisis, allegations
"The former governor of Michigan pleaded not guilty today to two charges of willful neglect of duty nearly seven years after lead, contaminated water killed 12 people and sickened Many more in Flint. Rick Snyder is one of at least nine public officials facing criminal charges related to the water crisis that began after the city switched its water supply in 2014. Steve Carmody is a reporter for Michigan radio. He's been following this, Steve explain what it all means, who's been charged? What are they facing? Well the governor is facing as she said, two counts. They're two misdemeanor counts, and that's Very much. The least important charges filed there a couple members of former senior State Health Department officials who are facing nine counts of involuntary manslaughter. That's tied to the Legionnaire's disease outbreak, which occurred at the same time as the Flint water switch, and some experts believe was caused by the switch in Flint's water. There are also some other people close to the former governor man who was his chief fixer. Is charged with perjury and extortion. Both of those felonies so there are quite a few charges and we'll learn more about what the bases for those charges are as these criminal cases continue. Well, this was such a devastating event for Flint, and they've been dealing with the fall out. For years. You've been hearing from residents, here's Montana's Edwards. Made it hard on people who stay here and he just go out in the sunset. No, we want we want justice what he did. Sounds like he's not happy with those misdemeanor charges. What else are we hearing? A lot of people aren't happy with those misdemeanor charges there. You know. This has been seven years in the making since the city's water source was switched by the emergency managers appointed by Governor Snyder to run the city of Flint. And people have been wanting justice. They have wanted someone to have charges brought against them, and they're they're tired of waiting. And when they see that the governor who has been their main target of you know, the P person they wanted most to see criminally charged is on Lee being charged with misdemeanors. They're very disappointed in that. Will. Snyder's attorney says the charges were part of a politically motivated smear campaign. And this is pretty unusual to have AH former governor charge like this one of the political implications. Well, this is the first time in the history of the state of Michigan So we're talking 180 years since a former governor was charged with crimes connected to when they were in office. So this is a very rare event, obviously in the state of Michigan, and this is a criminal charge brought against a former Republican governor under a Democrat attorney general. So there have been allegations raised that this may have been somewhat politically motivated. We'll see how it plays out in court. Of Comedy reporter for Michigan Radio. Thank you very much. You're welcome.
Many In Flint Question Whether They'll Get Justice For Water Crisis
"According to multiple media reports michigan's former governor and other officials will be charged in relation to the flint water crisis seven years ago despite possible criminal charges. A lot of residents still question. Whether those officials will be held accountable. Michigan radio steve carmody reports. Nearly seven years ago government leaders here push the button that switch the city of flint drinking water source from detroit's water system to the flint river flag. The intent was to save money. The result was a complete disaster treated river water damage to pipes which then released lead and other contaminants into the city's drinking water eighteen months later. The water was switched back but the damage was done. Blood lead levels soared in young children. People were forced to use bottled water for drinking and washing clothes. The city was forced to rip out thousands of old pipes while testifying about the flint water crisis before congress. Four years ago former governor. Rick snyder acknowledged mistakes. State and federal officials failed the families of flint. Snyder was not among the fifteen state and local government officials face criminal charges for their handling of the crisis half of them pled guilty to lesser charges in exchange for no jail time and in two thousand nineteen michigan's new attorney general dropped charges against the remaining defendants citing problems with the original investigation. The investigation seemed over until yesterday when the associated press reported that several former government officials including former governor snyder. We'll be facing new charges. If that happens. Legal experts say it would be difficult case for prosecutors. Peter hammer teaches law at wayne state university in detroit. He says despite possible difficulty getting convictions. It's important to bring charges especially in an era where we're living where people are not being held accountable. This could be an important statement about the significance of the rule of law and that not even the highest public official in the state is going to get off. Scot-free a spokeswoman for former governor. Rick snyder calls the reports of impending charges a public relations smear campaign saying that if brought they would be meritless since during eighteen months of foul-smelling dirty tap water that made them sick flint residents have demanded justice and compensation a us district court. Judge is expected to decide in the coming days if she will give preliminary approval to a massive settlement agreement resolving most of the thousands of outstanding lawsuits last year. The state of michigan announced. It struck a deal with attorneys representing flint residents to pay six hundred million dollars into a settlement fund. A few months later the city of fled a local hospital and an engineering firm agreed to chip in another forty one million dollars. Nearly eighty percent of that money would be set aside for plaintiffs. who were young children or minors. During the crisis they are the ones most at risk for suffering long-term lead related health problems. But growing course of critics say it's not enough a group of flint. Civic and religious leaders led by pastor. John maclean gathered monday outside. The city's water plant to express concern about the settlement. We believe that the proposed settlement curly allocated is just as disrespectful as injury-cause by the water crisis tragedy itself in addition to tens of thousands of residents. There aren't the lawyers lots of them. More than one hundred forty took part in a zoom hearing with the judge last month. This is part of the challenge facing the judge how to divide a large pool of money without leaving some feeling victimized again. Flint's mayor says it's important. His residents have a belief in justice and developments. This week may help with that for npr news. I'm steve carmody in flint.
"carmody" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"You'll think me leader. He guys up having an awesome day and enjoy the previous episode with c. As he shared how he moved from india to america and had mixed cultures the american indian wanna fitting it all together with his marriage. His arranged marriage. Today we are speaking to a man who built to multimillion dollar marketing agencies and sold lap to become trainer and coach. He's attack speaker and author of three roles of marriage. Thank you so much bill. Carmody for being here. I'm really excited to start speaking with you..
"carmody" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
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"carmody" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"To top number one quality of Leadership Of to me. Is Empathy. Empathy I I really do believe that and and with empathy comes vulnerability, which means the willingness to this is this is one of the greatest things about leadership. Great leaders look in the mirror when there's a problem and they look out the window when there's a solution or something great happens. So giving example whenever I was successful in my company I never want to credit for the work that was being done. I always isolated in picked out people that were pivotal to the success and I held them in high. So I go out the window when there was a problem in the company, I hold up the mirror like what can I do better as a leader to support what's going on in my group now that doesn't mean. That I'm blind to if there's particular people on the team that are struggling or having problems, I would coach them individually. But as in a public setting I never berated my team and I always complimented them for taking risks because last time I did not did not succeed when I go to a company that they hired me as a coach to come in and actually take a look at what's going wrong in the company and they say we are not an innovative company and we want to be I said, well, then don't look innovation look at how you treat failure. Mike What Show me the biggest feel you've had the last six months and I'll show you exactly where your your your innovation is limited and we would do that and sure enough it was always there. It's like you know you talk to your team. It's like why do people take chances because you don't reward risk? You only were ward complacency. Well, I, don't I used to believe in coincidence or before I started doing the podcast stuff. But every you know at some point when you keep hearing the same messages in different terminology different language over. And over again, you have to say, well, the universe is telling me for this. For reason, that's the third time this week I've heard what you just said phrased slightly differently. But this idea of risk taking and rewarding risk and encouraging people to make mistakes to go after and If I would've asked myself that same question I would not have said empathy I would flexibility and I'm not saying you're wrong in that and then just you just kind of rephrase, my reframed the my thinking about that. But on that Don non-sis are incapable. Of An entry. But they can still sometimes be powerfully not necessarily good leaders but productive leaders. Yes. Yes and no because there's a limitation to what people will tolerate when it comes to narcissism because essentially a narcissist is incapable of really acknowledging where their team is delivering value because in their minds truly they believe it's all them. They believe that they're the only reason the company's is successful and that everybody else is lucky to have a job in their company. Immerse assist right and so for me like there is no empathy in someone who's in our success because empathy by definition requires you to get out of your own space and look at the other person and see what they're up against and how you can be a leader in supporting them in getting their outcomes in overcoming challenge that they have a nurse can't even go there. They just can't even see that as A. Possibility because you know you work for me, do what I tell you right. I'm watching I'm watching the clock in a very aware that we're kind of running out of time here. I want to just a couple of things before I talk about exactly how people get involved with you at the website and all that something with the first step. So just coaching it seems to me is based on the idea of. Fixing in a lot of ways things that are broken within an established company Is there a remedy for? For for that getting into that position where you're going to need that fix in the first place I am thinking of planning in a so culture and all that stuff from the start point and being aware of all that you're talking about. Now from the minute, you begin to start your company and think about it is, is that a because you don't want to get into this situation where you've been in fifteen. Business fifteen years, and all of a sudden you find yourself with always kind of problems that need solutions. You WanNa habits streamlined from the beginning, right? Yeah. So we talked about having the right people in the right seats on the bus and part of that also then is when you hire experts, let them lead you know. I will tell you one of the biggest challenges that entrepreneurs have is letting. Go they just want. US TO BE LICK shoot cooking the bottle washer and so they think they got the best way of doing it. You know what and even if you're right Let somebody else do the work so they can learn because they'll never learn if you're constantly micromanaging them constantly taking the ball away from them that was the biggest hardest lesson for me when I started my first company was how do I let go how do I delegate distrust that have hired the right team to make this happen and if I didn't that will avail itself to me and to them will either fix it or they won't make it in the ride that is the biggest part I think trust is a very important thing in. You what you said just kind of resonated completely with me but I think a lot of us we were sent to. We're in a hurry to hire that we take the person who has the best resume the best experience on a lot of without really looking at the person and then and understanding that you had this is somebody who had shares my vision understand where we're going shares, my value core values and principles, and I can trust this person rather than I can trust their resume and the experience on it hundred percent you nailed it. Yeah. So we are running out of time, tell tell me tell US quickly about the how people get involved with you. I know they just go to the website but is there a? Intake consultation what has totally yeah. So so Bill Carmody Dot Com slash coaching What that will do is it'll actually give you an opportunity to grab an hour on my calendar so that we can You'll get to know each other and do a free. Coaching session that gives you an understanding of what coaching is all about and sort of if it's right for you the other one is three rules of marriage dot com that is where the best selling book is available as well as. The first two chapters of the book, as well as a free workbook companion workbook and where to it on Amazon on audible we actually my wife and I read the whole book as well. So all got our voice. If you like my voice, you can hear it in your head with the actual book reading itself. One of those. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you for your time and I. Will let you go because I. Know You have something else you got to get to Wish you lots of success. Thank you for all that you brought to the program today lot of really powerful and good information, and we'll follow up with the NC how things are going in show temperatures snaking that I appreciate you having me on your show. Do you have a great day? Bye For now? This episode is brought to you by put me in the story. 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"carmody" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Oh I've been telling Oh my God. That's terrible. If I have to do that every day for the next seven years maybe it's not worth living at long after all it's. It's really awful folks but I have felt better. So for that ten seconds, all three seconds whatever it is a really disgusting flavor that get stuck in your mouth who knows if it's worth it, we'll find out. He'll be back with me. October twenty ninth at one PM I. Hope you'll join me then and we re my results and see how it goes my sponsors today fund. Wise capital you know all about them. If you listen to the show to because they've been with me every day almost every day now for seven weeks or so when wise capital is big business lending solution era, a lender matching platform that gets you the best credit lines guaranteed. You can apply online and sixty seconds or less, and there's no effective credits to see how much you can get. 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One he I got one when I got married and the second after the birth of his second child as an international keynote speaker and former contributing writer for publications such as INC and formed bill is a very sought after and very dynamic speaker on the subject of leadership and marketing, and it's my pleasure to have him with us today ladies and gentlemen. Please open your ears open your minds be welcome in bill comedy. Bill Welcome. Thank you so much man that was a great intro. I really appreciate you. Well, it was a little bit of a difficult for me. 'cause the Lipton connected today. It's Friday and it's been a really long week and somebody woke me up really early this morning on just. How are you? You're you're a neighboring it's good to know you I one thing that really impressed me right away I went to your website and i. saw you having a chat with Tony Robbins is wow that's impressive. Thank you. You've talked to a lot of a lot of a big name speakers and authors and Sir Richard Branson is another one of them So I got gotta say you know talking to people like Tony Robbins has to be a just a ball of fire just trying to keep up with him sometimes because he he talked so fast and he's got so much to say and he's so animated any so big got to be a little a little intimidating though I'll tell you it was an Actual honor and privilege to be able to sit down on the couch with Tony. Robbins. I mean that's just not something that everyone gets a chance to do and I feel so lucky that I got to do that with him and Joe. Berlinger who's the director of his net flicks? Special I'm not your guru that was what the context of that was. Ethic. Interview Wow yeah. I I watch that and you know I I I know a lot of people got caught up in that still goes on today that I in the eighties self-help stuff where. They put these guys on a pedestal. Any did become gurus in in in some way and since then and this is what I WanNa talk to you about today, there has been an expansion in the coaching motivational speaking, inspirational speaking back. Then they were all just called motivational speakers. Now today we use the word coaches you are a coaches coach. Yes that's true and at some point. Is there an over saturation point where we can't we can't afford anymore coaches because he's not going to be anybody anybody left to coach unless you're coaches coach. Well, you know I don't think we're anywhere near that the ICF International Coaching Federation, which is the governing. Body for the coaching Industry they just put out a report for twenty twenty and globally, there are about seventy thousand coaches worldwide. That are certified being a certified coach from ics just means that you have a standard of excellence you have your carrying to the code of ethics. There's a whole rigorous amount of work that you do to become certified, and so there are only seventy thousand coaches that are certified in the US right now at sorry worldwide and there are seven point, five, billion people so you do the. SATURATES saturating yet. The brought up. A good point certified as a very good point I. Most people would be surprised to find that there is a a a standard of certification but a lot of you don't need to have certification. It's up a shingle and call yourself a coach, and that becomes the issue that. So I have a ladder lot. See I mean at two hundred and twenty-five interviewed so far two, hundred, twenty, five, bedroom add I would say probably one hundred of them have been coaches and I'm sure not all of them have been certified by any kind of overseeing group to tell me a little bit about what what education Goes into being certified. and to be completely transparent, I began as a marketing coach before I was actually a coach but I use exactly what you said I did exactly what you just shared. I decided that I wanted to get out of the agency world and start helping people, and so I use my marketing background and marketing spirits to call myself marketing coach and and there was no certification behind it and I think that's one of the confusing parts especially here in United States. Is that that does that's legal. That's perfectly fine. You can call yourself into the YOU WANNA call yourself but ultimately, the certification shows that you've actually done the rigor of the training and the actual process of the testing in the in the standards there's there's a lot that goes into being certified. It's not just the actual number of hours that you're you're required to train but the actually have the coaching body organization of part of the ICF that reviews. Like your standards of excellence. So you have to submit multiple recorded coaching sessions that you have permission from your clients to records. They know they're being recorded. They know that they're being submitted for purposes, certification and then you you transcribe the actual session itself you self report on the standards of excellence that you held within the ICF standards, and then you have a governing body that reviews that neither agrees or disagrees, and if they disagree they they kick. It back to you may share the things that you can improve upon, and then that's part of the learning process, and so you're talking about about two hundred hours of training work that goes into that type of of work plus you know understanding the standards of excellence. Then you have the actual coaching hours to be certified. There's different levels as a ACC or associated credited coach. You'll need five hundred hours to begin to be certified or credited but to. Become a a PCC. It's over one thousand hours and what I'm actually in the process of becoming an MCC master certified coach and that's two thousand, five, hundred hours. So you can go to test for that but each one is a separate tasks. Each has a different level of rigor and standards based on on your accreditation, and all of that really continues to help keep the standards high in the coach industry or what are some of the important things for. And I'm when you're coaching coaches as you do there are they all levels they're just starting out in intermediate and advanced and stuff like that. What what if somebody wants to get into coaching? What are what are the things they need to know before even getting involved? Yeah. So I actually focus on the business end of coaching. So so I'm when I'm coaching coaches, it's actually to help them build their businesses because my other twenty, five, twenty, five year. Marketing background and what I discovered was, which was sad I looked at the ICS statistics and the majority of coaches in the United States make about between forty and fifty thousand dollars a year salary wise and that's just not enough money to survive, and so I would have been committed to doing is helping coaches to make at least six figures so that they can actually step away from whatever job or the track record they had in their career and not. Have to take a hit in the revenue in order to become a coach because that to me is one of the biggest challenges is that this in my opinion is very noble profession and yet a lot of coaches struggle out there because they don't have the tools this Muslim coming from careers in jobs that they didn't have to be entrepreneurial anyone who's actually run a company before nosers a whole different skill set between doing work, and then actually building a business. That's the side right so that's so what I what I do is I really hope coaches become entrepreneurial really focused on how much money they WANNA make how they will go about doing that craziness system structures and processes. especially including enrollment, how do you actually enroll a client? Had you get them to spend time with you what what's the process to actually get them to hire you how do you keep those clients and then get referrals like there's a lot that goes into that that often times is dismissed. What happens is coaches hang a shingle and just expect clients to show up and that just doesn't happen. I think Surprising to me how many people who get into coaching and business leadership consultations and things like that have a marketing background. Now I have a marketing background, but unintentionally, I was kind of forced into that area by just by default in different areas that I was in became no education no formal education in marketing my stuff was in creative. Arts and and graphic arts and video and all that stuff and got forced into the marketing stuff. But why is it that when it comes to advancing Nalshik of business management business leadership practices, Y and marketing people taking a 'cause I always thought in the marketing the when I was a marketing director I always thought marketing director was the most important. The person in the company I always felt that way why is it that market marketing professionals are taking the lead in what you do? Well, think about this I think it's a great question by the way. Thank you for asking that. It's really interesting because marketing and sales are interconnected right? You really can't do marketing without sales. You really can't do sales without marketing. You know the you'll eat one will be inhibited by. The other if it's done poorly. So if I'm a great salesperson but I have crappy marketing, right then then no, one can find me they don't know anything about my brand and the and and I'm constantly pushing that giant boulder uphill as a sales person the reverse is also true if I'm a fantastic market but I don't have a good sales team or have anyone who can actually close deals, it doesn't matter how. Good. My brand is nobody's buying for me. We're eventually going to go out of business. So these sales and marketing have to be really really hand in hand and I've done a lot of work on my articles on the and Forbes were really specifically about what are all the things that the marketers wished the sales people knew what all the things that the sales people wish the marketers new talking about those two parts Because in big companies, those functions are typically silent but in smaller businesses, you find that they tend to be one person or two people, which makes it a lot easier to actually bring that up and make it happen. But here's the bottom line. Why are the marketers really driving this right now because ultimately the marketers begin with the most important understanding in the company, which is that without our customers we have no company. Though. The obsession of a marketer is, who is my ideal customer? How do I connect with them? What do they want? What do they need? How do I deliver that and how do I keep delivering its that create raving fans so that my my customers become my best sales team because when my customers loved the work that they do they refer business and I'll tell you my coaching business personally exploded with zero advertising and that's the part where people start to get confused like wait hold on a second. When you say marketing don't you mean facebook ads Google ads. No I don't, and it's not that that doesn't count those stuff definitely counts but that's at a level of scale where most coaches spend a fortune trying to figure out their ideal customer on facebook and Google. They've missed the opportunity to really start more organically find out exactly who their customers are through the work that you need to do as a coach and then start to create a referral network where the people who are already being coached by you and are getting their results they were. They know other people who are struggling to could use your services and bats how things grow exponentially way more effective than traditional click funnel or the traditional digital marketing and a digital marketer. Twenty five years. So I can go toe to toe digit mark you put me in front of. Still saying we don't WanNa, start that way you could absolutely scale that way but start with your foundations. If those foundations are off, you'll never get I completely agree with that and I think people. First of all a lot of people don't know that I in small businesses that sales and marketing a really not the same thing they're they're brother and sister or cousin first cousins however, you WanNa, look at it but they think as one department, a lot of small companies come come to They approach their business as sales and marketing should be one thing and often it's one. Person Doing as the director of both but in that and I'll come back to some of the points you made an answer. But in my question, you'll notice I said management and leadership and I did not say they were same thing most people think they are the same thing. So to question is kind of twofold. Can you explain the Difference Between Marketing And leadership and why marketers have a necessarily have a better. Handle on the latter the latter part of it the leadership part rather than just demand. -Ment. All Right A. Again I love your questions. seriously. Thank you so much. This is great. I might have had a great time this great questions. So the way I would define it is this. Leaders. Design the outcomes they WANNA. See in their business. Managers the by the very title, the word manager, they're managing the circumstances found in the business. So to me those are distinct. A manager handles the problems, right? There's problems every single day time up down left right? It's your external problems with customers internal problems with team members, managers manage they managed the circumstances that show up in their life. If you WANNA get past management role, you gotta start believing and thinking like a leader and a leader designs outcomes which is. To say I get those problems exist and I will handle them and it's not enough to just handle those problems. Manage circumstances I get to design my outcomes. So leader says, here's where we get to be three months from now a year from now five years from now, and here's the path. We're GONNA take to get there knowing full well that that may not work out. But the momentum in that direction will give US knowledge understanding and clarity around what ways to pivot. So he can still reach the goal. So if you're going to like draw like a little X. Y. Access, you know it's it's a squiggly line getting to the top right. It's not a straight line. Everyone thinks it's going to be point eight point P straightest line it's it's not how it works leaders know you're going to be lots of twists and turns lots of ups and downs. But if you're committed to the outcome, you'll get there. Right. Got It Great Great Answer. Now, the other point of confusion and you brought this up in your previous answer is the confusion about what marketing really is most people think it's just advertising but if you look at what the definition of marketing really competent so much it advance it's it's one on one. It's it's word of mouth stuff and I think we're moving I can't remember the guy's name. Who did a Ted talk on? On this I of place where we're moving away from this advertising is king part of a or the. Only, element marketing to wear advertising is part of it but what's really important is making your service product or what you're offering remarkable enough so that people will will refer it and and talk to each other about until their friends about it until and and and spread things more viral early is that is that kind of what you were alluding to in your answer about that stuff. So absolutely back in the nineties so when I was in college in. Ninety two ninety four right. That's when I went to school for marketing the focus there with a four ps of marketing and then a few years later, they had a v P and that's what people say well, what is marketing? Well, it's product price place promotion, and now people right. So that's like the five PS of marketing but I'll tell you that. All that stuff is very academic in don't get me wrong I. Think it's important. Understand that the discipline of marketing covers all five of those categories. So even today's marketing textbooks will cover that but there's a much bigger arc that we now understand as marketers twenty plus twenty five years later in that is this understanding of what is the customer journey and how All of those peas fit into the customer journey, and so the customer journey is discovery like how does somebody find out about you and your product and your service right now I'm on your podcast there are people listening and watching your podcast for the first time you've never heard of me. So we're in discovery phase and they're getting they're they're judging the is. This guy in India does this guy note what he's talking about? Should I listen to him? That's what's happening right now let's say that we go to the next stage like, okay. We I liked this guy bill carmody. Let's go to the next phase after discovery is engagement. What might that look like well, you've put my website up there. Thank you so much. They could come to my website. They could watch a video of me. They can look at some of the articles I've written. They could reach out via email right now one of what they wanted to get coaching session with me. Now, they actually make a request like I'd like a free coaching session with you for an hour. Great I say here's my. Calendar they set up now we transact we actually are in the process of transaction. We decided they decide yes. They want to hire me as their coach. No, they don't but assume that they do. This is where most marketers and sales people fall at fall down because they think this is what the whole funnel is discovery engagement transaction. It's not the fourth aspect. Of the customer journey is the critical and often overlooked, which is this is the the raving fan culture. You WanNa create, which is advocacy. So the concept of advocacy is were marketers who are great separate themselves for marketers that are good. Good marketers stop at transactions great marketers continue onto advocacy because they know if I can get one customer to have a high. Referral rate they become my best sales team and I'll tell you the my my coaching business exploded for that very reason I didn't focus on who's next I focused on really making sure that every one of my clients was a raving fan and could not shut up about me and that's how I grew my business exponentially in the first year that's a of. It's very exciting for me to hear because for me personally I I don't have. Mentioned no formal education in marketing but I would you call advocacy I've been calling evangelist. People in evangelist what and my vice podcasters is always the key to really growing podcasts is make people with evangelists for your podcast, get them out there. Telling other people about it with excitement and passion because they real true believers they they bought into the idea of it. Now, they're passionate about it and they can't wait to tell other people about it's almost and I say this with with a passion towards the people who are in creative arts it's like when you first hear a music. Artists that you really like you can't or a book that you get that you just are excited about you can't wait to tell your friends and family about it and recommended and to the point where they may hate you after a while, but you still gotta be talking about it. So I appreciate that and that's kind of a gave me a little bit of a buzz there just to hear you talking.
Inaction Costs You More Than Anything Else
"Take the action. If you make a mistake, you can exit, but inaction is what's going to cost you more than anything else? You have the power to choose. To choose your path. A different direction are to reframe the situation. You're brave enough to see a better future and take action on it. You will be the change that you want to see in the world and the world respond. The power of choice impacts every aspect of your career in life. I believe it sets you free. And it's the cornerstone to personal and professional development. If I had one thing to share with future generations it's. Just. Do feel the fear and do it anyway. It's fine to listen to people like mean giving out information and ideas, but who cares the none of those ideas are acted upon. It's your action that matters. When my husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer. I made a conscious choice to treasure every moment and create lifelong. With the time we had remaining the power of choice provided us with the ability to refrain the situation. It's the people that are willing to step out there and take bold action that are the ones that make a difference. You have everything inside of you. All you need is within you now. The decision to celebrate and appreciate each day rewarded us with meaning and purpose and offset the darkness of the Odyssey. There's so much great advice out there. There's lots of things that are going to ring true for you and at the same time. Bold action beats great ideas seven days a week. I believe the resulting positive mindset was the key determining factor that allowed my husband to live two years longer than his prognosis, and our daughter emerged from this difficult journey empowered. With the knowledge that every destination is a doorway to another. Just keep adding value. Continue to step into what it is that you are here to contribute, understand how you can add value to the world and just keep doing it. An alternate viewpoint is not wrong rather. It's coming from a unique perspective. I choose to delve deeper to understand and genuinely consider option in turn. This pushes me beyond my own paradigm. Think about it, the unknown as where everything you don't see lips. Be, excellent perfection is an illusion, it is unattainable, is the worst standard instead commit to yourself to be old. Take old action and do the best you can. That's all we need from you. When you do the best, you can every single day. You are going to be one of the change makers. Asking why six times enables me to discover and examining by route. It also opens up new ideas and alternate avenues. Through this process I gained clarity. Which I can leverage my power a choice. Being able to step into your power means letting go of the fears of not doing it perfectly. As a leader I use the power of choice to question why an open the door to opportunity. I choose to ask. You're going to be a lot of people. They're going to tell you becky wrong that you don't know what you're talking about. And that's fine, but no one ever built a statue critic. I am car myself. Organization! and. And follow a new path of. Having a great idea and watching somebody else execute on. It is heart-wrenching. It's about stepping into your full power understanding who you are and the value you can create in the world. Finally I use the power of choice to open my mind to possibilities. I choose to listen to divergent opinions with respect and curiosity. E willing to fail. You'll learn more from your failures than you do. Your successes don't be discouraged by them. Learn from them. The only mistake is the one you continue to make. When you learn from something, you're able to apply it and get even better. A little bit better every day and you're. GonNa get to exactly where you. WanNa go.
"carmody" Discussed on KGO 810
"Officials predict upwards of one hundred thousand Americans might die from the cold at nineteen virus outbreak Constantinopolitan was perhaps the one corona virus task force briefing that if they've heard it entirely would guard Americans for the struggle still to come this case numbers and death tolls rise it's a matter of life and death frankly it's a matter of life and death the president still not wanting a national stay home order and task force coordinator Dr Dever works suggesting the standard guidelines are still the best what would happen if people weren't careful every day to wash their hands and worry about touching their faces Bob Costantini Washington Amazon is hard worker who organized a walkout at a New York warehouse to demand greater protection against the new virus saying the worker didn't follow distancing rolls right now new York's Attorney General is calling for an investigation into the matter I'm only a Francis nearly eighty percent of Americans are under stay at home orders right now so how many of us suggesting the Michael's us an answer one way Americans are coping with the new coronavirus blues market research firm Nielsen says U. S. sales of alcoholic beverages rose fifty five percent in the week ending March twenty first Nielsen data from Credit Suisse found sales for constellation brands owner of corona or up thirty nine percent for the most recent week led by the corona family up fifty percent apparently corona beer is proving popular zoom happy hours I'm bill Michaels at Francisco will pay three hundred sixty nine thousand dollars to a freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by police we're trying to find the confidential source of a leaked report about the death of city's former public defender San Francisco Chronicle says the board of supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved the pay out to Brian Carmody after police.
"carmody" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Past weekend more than a hundred drinking water activists some from as far away as Kenya in Guatemala matter the century old church in Detroit to them the supreme court's decision was welcome news this is giving gives me so much that's Anthony deus co founder of new Jersey's Newark water coalition his group is dealing with that city's issues over lead contaminated water he suspects some government officials have been less responsive in part because they didn't fear legal actions against them personally but now they know that they don't have that freedom to fall back on it's going to make them nervous is going to make him scared and now we can apply pressure to get the things that we want for flip residents seeking resolution civil claims now seem to be the best path initially fifteen state and city officials were indicted on criminal charges ranging from the collective duty to involuntary manslaughter but prosecutors cut deals with seven defendants in last year drop charges against the rest it remains unclear if anyone will ever face trial for the flint water crisis and that frustrates flint president clear McClinton the people in flint in terms of justice holding people accountable and compensation we are batting zero unless a settlement is reached it's likely a trial on the damage claims won't take place for at least another year meanwhile paper mark six years since once water source was switched in the years since the crisis funds water quality has improved and is now comparable to other cities but many here still don't trust that the water flowing through their taps is safe to drink for NPR news I'm Steve Carmody in flint Michigan.
Flint Residents May Now Sue Government Officials Over Contaminated Water
"The US Supreme Court has dealt a victory to people in flint Michigan who are seeking damages for the city's contaminated drinking water the court's action last week clears the barrier that residents face trying to sue government officials but as Michigan radio Steve Carmody reports some in flint fear they are still a long way from getting
"carmody" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In the in the right direction no I see we've been through it many times and the being that young you're not in a you don't really know what to do and I look for him with him for advice no whatever I could and you know after I you can minimize the kind of sense of you know what I want to do but he was there he was on a rock in and you know deciding me help coming inside or I want to go how did you keep the field so narrow because the top hundred kids four star athlete you could've had gone just about everybody would've been interested could have gone anywhere I would imagine to your dad the head coach was important because the three schools you were involved with all had great head coach yeah you know coming out of my you can I kind of knew what I wanted you know right away the new you know coach trainer and we're we're one of those schools just the way just the way we play the way they handled business is all things I was interested in and governing or anything that's a huge part of it so now I want to go somewhere that was gonna be happy and have a great experience and you also made the call knowing that Robbie Carmody was already here you're both shooting guards although your different styles so I think there's a good match there but a lot of folks wanna kids today would have been scared off they don't want any competition in their position and bother you at all yeah I think that's that's something that me rowdy both of always thrived on the composition of of matter of fact that you know please I mean all those things and I think it's great for the team in general too you know as for and practice you know guys if he has a plan to the team as a whole in and for both of us well I gave myself.
"carmody" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"He has working with him but I think there is overwhelming evidence that this was about another way can you ever think of a time when a sitting president was decided he's going to make sure he gets to choose who the democratic nominee is two things are one that's that's not what the president was doing with twenty sixteen everybody knows that you might think Rudy's controversial I don't think Americans month mayor John let me walk to the towers ran towards our courageous but I I think Carmody Giuliani for Joe Biden you're in the middle of a non stop action packed information let's see him he would show is coming right back hi I'm bill Reilly and I am hosting the great American wealth project it's a free online presentation that will show you exactly what it takes to get wealthy in the bustling trump economy is booming beyond belief with record low unemployment record high jobs numbers record high stock markets and nearly twelve thousand Americans becoming new millionaires every week but I recognize that not everyone's getting ahead I want to change that joining me is an award winning financial strategy whose work I've been following for fifteen years during our event he'll detail his new number one stock in America which could be the next stock to create a new set of millionaires in this country so please be sure.
September 11 terror attacks remembered 18 years later
"Events are underway in New York City at the Pentagon and near Shanksville Pennsylvania Nia on this eighteen th anniversary of the September eleven terror attacks president trump spoke at the Pentagon this morning. NPR's Greg Murray reports on on a warm sunny morning. President Trump honored the nearly three thousand people who lost their lives in the Al Qaeda tax eighteen years ago he also cited developments in Afghanistan a stand including a Taliban bombing last week in the capital Kabul. We had peace talks scheduled a few days ago. I call them off when I learned that they had killed a great American soldier from Puerto Rico and eleven other innocent people. The president said the US is now hitting back Jack the last four days. We have hit our enemy harder than they have ever been hit before. Trump did not discuss his longer term plans for Afghanistan Greg Mary. NPR News Washington General Motors announcing a major recall Michigan Radio Steve Carmody reports sports. The automaker says millions of pickup trucks and SUV's could have a problem with their breaks. GM says a pump and the power assist breaks can put out less vacuum back in power the needed increasing stopping distance and the risk of a crash. GM says the problems occur rarely in mostly at low speeds. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in has been investigating the brake problems last year the recall covers more than three point four million vehicles including Chevrolet Silverados GMC Sierras Cadillac escalades leads GMC yukons Chevy suburbans Tahoes between the two thousand fourteen and twenty eighteen model years for NPR news. I'm Steve Carmody. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing more resistance today. Scotland's highest court says his suspension of parliament is illegal ruling. It was motivated by the improper the purpose of stymying parliamentary debate over brexit the panel is not ordering Johnson to reopen the legislature but some Scottish legislators including Joanna Cherry are now for every moment parliament remains paroled the British government are breaking the law so we as politicians are calling for parliament to be recalled. The case goes to Britain's Supreme Court for full hearing next week. The Arab League is condemning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu's vow to annex a large swath of the occupied West Bank if he wins reelection next week. Israel captured the West Bank in the nineteen sixty seven war Palestinians want it as part of a future state Arab League foreign ministers meeting in Cairo say the move would undermine any chance of peace between Israel and the Palestinians Saudi Arabia calls it a dangerous escalation this is NPR North Korea says Kim Jong UN has supervised the test of a new weapon systems. Pyongyang state news agency calls it a super large multiple rocket bucket launcher. The statement comes a day after South Korea said Pyongyang had fired two projectiles into the sea the Kremlin says the US is pursuing suing destructive policies after the trump administration sanctioned to Russian law enforcement officials as NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the the State Department says the two officers were involved in a crackdown on Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia two years ago Russia's Supreme Court designated Jehovah's Witnesses as as an extremist organization leading to a series of arrests raids and interrogations across the country dozens of Jehovah's Witnesses are awaiting trial on criminal the challenges and in February one church member. A Danish citizen was handed a six year prison term. Amnesty International has designated jailed Jehovah's Witnesses as prisoners seniors of conscience on Tuesday State Department banned to Russian investigators from entering the US saying the torture Jehovah's Witnesses during interogations President Vladimir Putin's spokesman called the sanctions absolutely unacceptable and said that Russia will respond appropriately Lucian Kim NPR News Moscow China says its exempting some US industrial chemicals from the tariff hikes it imposed in response to president trump's tariff increases creases on Chinese imports but Beijing says it'll maintain penalties on soybeans and other major U._S. exports. This is N._P._R.
Nonprofit seeks more details about SFPD raid on journalist through lawsuit
"In a non profit open government group is suing the mayor of San Francisco in city police after failing to get access to records about a police raid on a freelance journalist of the first amendment coalition says he wants to know who within the police department authorised officers to search the home office and phones a freelance journalist Brian Carmody police were investigating a leaked
Is this the worst summer for movies?
"All right. You made a point of note. You sent me, this could be the worst summer for movies ever. Why? Nothing is working everything seems to be bombing, and there's a number of different factors that you'd be going into that. I mean men in black came out, dark, Phoenix, new accident, movie dot till they did you know, they made a new shaft movie. I heard. On on. They're not good. The only thing that seems to have done. Well, that some are ventures movie, and I think those are all really bad movies. But the way we consume movies are different now TV, because things you hear about our Burt box. These Netflix movies that are coming out too much more easier to consume things on your couch now have to go out and spend forty dollars on a ticket pop or on coda and all this kind of stuff. So I think that, that affecting it, but it would also put out good movies, which so far they haven't been doing. So that's all factoring into his very bad summer. When usually summer movies, used to be an event to be the best time of the year. All the big ten blockbuster movies are coming out. Can't none of them seem divorce. Working and nobody seems to go even. Are we seeing a glacial shift in behavior here, the same way, we see retail being affected where people are shopping at home? I mean, people are still going to go out to the movies, aren't they? but now you have to go out and see something in advance like vengeance and game where if you don't see thursday friday saturday you're going to come back to work on monday and everybody talked about it but that's very far to do like you think that it got dylan movie would do that where you'd have to go out and see that movie on the big screen you got bill on the large screen possible and that's is not the not the case and i don't know if it's a marketing thing because the way you market movies are a lot different now than they were back in the ninety s or even early two thousand but you can put out a trailer and everybody in a watch it now you have to do it on instagram you have to make your movie so you can get into the conversation and stay in the conversation the way something like a stranger thing does which is a movie at the t._v. show but we talked about it and we can watch it at our own genius at home so those are all things that are going into it movies aren't going anywhere right think we're going to have a little bit of a loan now areas they re dig Figure out how to bring people back into the theater Mark Carmody Chelsea, go to movies. Yes, we've had some good some movie moments that actually caused some problems where I didn't wanna buy profound soda at the theater, because it's seven dollars for soda and she'd snuck in some, some popcorn with she had she bought the skinny, pop. You know she put that inter inter a little pouch there, and she had all the stuff we had candy to, but she didn't bring the diet coke. And I'm like, why didn't you can't Cote will you buy Clinton? You look at it the way that you've saved all the money on the other snacks. So why wouldn't you get are no Kodak now? It's a bad by whether you've saved it or not. I actually think for real, why not lower the prices for for for concession in general to get people to come to do anything. Well, they raise the price concessions to offset the cost of people not paying for tickets. So that's why you look at some of the trajectory movies are losing money the way that you think they might that's because they're making it up because they charge. Eight nine dollars for a little bit of soda, that's kind of gaining the
San Francisco Police to return documents seized from reporter
"San Francisco police are investigating a journalist for conspiracy in obtaining, the confidential death report of public defender. Jeff Adachi police raided the home and office of Brian Carmody last week. The rate sparked outrage from journalists groups and other first amendment advocates police chief Bill. Scott says Carmody conspired with an SFP employees. To obtain the report that shows the duchy in a poor light Vics happen, all the time people. We can't formation to the media, they get information. They, they formation, not just the media to, to, to other people who are interested the difference that we believe here is, we believe that the report across the mind, we believe that he took part in this criminal activity. Scott says the journalist was motivated by money and possible. Disdain for Adachi an attorney for Carmody declined to
"carmody" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Northam Carmody Falco. So there was baseball news. Mike this week with the league saying that they're going to start requiring the managers to turn the lineup card in like directly to the league before they posted in the clubhouse before all the players. I covered a thousand games over the years as a reporter young reporter in this business. You're normally you're at the park around three three thirty the lineup gets posted. You know, you used to report it back to the radio station. TV stations would do the same thing. Now with the age of Twitter and social media, you see a top up on all the reporters timelines. But I guess they wanna make sure that there's not an unfair advantage one way or another. Now, they're gambling is out in the open. It is going to be legal. Baseball's worried about nefarious business. I suppose I'm not sure what they think they're. Going to prevent or what they're worried about. But what did you make of that that they are actually going to have to turn the line of cards in two MLB? Make sure Mike's why can't okay, let me just say this. This is Adams baby. Adam into this whole thing here gambling. He came up to us. He's been like a crazy dog. I'm going. This is good. This is good. This is good. I agree with us. Baseball stories. Good just as good and it. It's interesting story. But as a gambler, I could care less. I don't think it matters. Does it as a gambler could care less? I don't care who gets what I if they want to cry about baseball has an affair. They're afraid of the various business. You have to get involved with them. I hate the mafia. Hey, there's Luigi, you know. I mean, come on. You gotta you gotta you can't be quiet nefarious business gambling's mainstream. Now, I explained it to everybody's been mainstream for a long time except the media didn't pick up. People gamble all the time. There's billions of dollars, and I don't care. It doesn't matter to me. But I could see where people will be upset interface community or they. Information. It's like, I suppose, but the reality is that a player being out of a lineup. Even a great player even knowledge being out of a lineup is probably not gonna move a line one way or another. Anyway, I mean, it really isn't your you've built in protections in baseball. Anyway, if John Lester was the star you bet that game. And all of a sudden, John Lester was scratched that game is off. I've never seen an irregularity. And if the game, no, I don't know take it off. I will tell you this though Carmen if they said if Chris sale is ready to go and he's your starter for that day and five minutes before the game. He pulls it out in pulls out because nothing scrap yard. The game. Based on the fact that the information was Chris sale was going to be the pitch and that game is off. Anyway, at that point at that point. But if you go early like if I'm in Vegas at the sports book. Sometimes I got my games early. I wanted to attack the line looks too good to be true. I wanna tech it's going to change most of the time the house has the protection anyway, where they're not going to accept the action. Even when the pitcher scratch right now. I mean, it was to me. It wasn't a big deal. I understand everybody was outraged. I go into the outraged about one manager, I guess spoke up, and he didn't like it. But I think it's much ado about nothing, right. If Hayward's hurt for the cubs and he can't play right field. It's not moving. It's not moving. It's not. I think it's about the pitcher that that's that's the key in the key. In baseball is is the empire's normally a lot of the a lot of guys that make their living doing this. So look they'll bet baseball summer. They'll look at the unpire for the each particular days all funding home plate empire. And they'll go on there. Their strike zone. They basically look at an Empire Strikes on and they bet total. That's what they like to do. They do. And I knew I met him at Gibson's. They're still there hang out and the chop house and places like that. And I talked to him. And you know, you knew the umpires that were under they would just you'd see like a guy like back in the day Salerno lot of his games were three to four to two. And you know, his games would always go on. He's favoring the pitcher. They're the pros are going to jump on in bed on what happened. There are umpires want to get to the chap ten thirty. Joe west is one of them they want all Joe us, build the joint, of course. So what what you don't know? Is there are on Pires that are in big time. Good time rolled cities that want to have time to have their fun to go eat, and they'll be an outside pitch called strike three in the eighth or ninth inning. And guess what? Yeah. I I. Gotta go see Potter rally. Go see John panorama. He's got a table for ten thirty. So to me, it doesn't matter. But I could see they gotta fake outrage because it's gambling. I guess I guess maybe all the league's will start to do it. They had a line in the story that had sort of mirrors what more developed betting markets overseas or like me a break. Overseas. How do you collect if they if they decide not to give you your money? I won't. I would no way. Hey, I think you want the money come out to Guadalajara, I'm on the side street. Are you kidding me? Like to know my guy. That's what you should. What's your what's your name, so Jonah where are you from you know, we're not too far off from just going into the United Center and making a wager going into Wrigley. Do that. And I even heard that they're already talking about putting like a sports book in the United States. You know, what I heard we'll be open year round. You could go in and NFL Sunday with the bulls and hawks on it to be playing, but you can go sit in the United Center and just bat in bat and watch game scene. And that's happening. What happened to the racing industry won't happen? Anything else? Wait to what I used to go to Arlington. It was the most boring thing when I was a kid. I'm eighteen years old, Rebecca. The ten races are nine races twenty minutes between races. And there was no simulcasting. But now that there's so much simulcasting. Whether you're doing it from laurel Keeneland CNN needle which aired their own issues. Yeah. They got some issues better all these race tracks. So you'd sit around between the races with nothing to do at Arlington heights back in one thousand nine hundred seventy two Salo to my little friend. It's called boredom. You charge them. But now they got all the races on and you go broke the average horse player. Now goes broke a month in weren't used to take a year. But you've got races every second because you're betting everything you're on three all over the world. I don't know if you notice horse race looking horse race players are the biggest degenerate place. I'm sorry to ten horses. I'm the pick one. No, you're not you say that in the nicest way possible. But look, I'm sorry. I mean, I can't pick them. I can't either there's no system for the horses. Jeans. Right. Like in Popa Greenwich Village. It's all in the Jean Wally. Yeah. Look what happened to Micky ward. Good call. Yeah. Paulie lost his thumbs work was during the rest. Like who's that? Mickey Rourke I go it's been a tough twenty years. Wow. All right. I got an NBA game. I like. Here's an NBA game. I liked tonight. West coast game tonight, the clippers are hosting the thunder tonight. I got this game when it was minus two it's ticked up to two and a half the clippers now lay in two and a half. I got it too. But okay, see had a very emotional charged up overtime win on the road in Portland last night nurse got tossed from the game. It was just it was pushy Chevy. I saw that Oklahoma City went on the road. This is one thing. I always like now in overtime overtime an NBA team. You're playing with kids. I know how this come on an NBA team that's got to travel after an overtime game flight all the way down the coast to California clippers have been waiting since Monday after that win against the Lakers. They're very well rested. I like the clippers tonight lay in two you might have to do two and a half now because that line was taken up. So that's one I do feel good about in the clippers haven't left the state of California since February. They've had to road games this month. One in Sacramento, they were the road team against the Lakers on Monday, they've been at home. They're arrested. They're ready for Oklahoma. Tonight. There was a movie called the tender trap with Debbie Reynolds and Frank Sinatra back in the fifties. This is Carmen strap. Okay. It's a trap game. You think? Because you know, what I said the same thing you were saying and then they started the game. And this is a game. We're going to stay away from because I haven't marked off. All right. But I don't like it. I have Oklahoma City. Now, what we can do is keep us what you would call an keep track of things that we it. Keep it keep a little pattern of what's going on. But I like Oklahoma City for all the reasons you said, it's easy to take the clippers. It's too easy. You just explained that retired Westbrook was emotional. They played overtime clippers are on fire. They haven't left this place. They had a good meal before the game. They took a nice plane. They got nice cars and they bought a new pair of shoes except one thing the line only to why. So I would say interesting counter. Well, yeah, that's true. I'm just saying a you gave me saying how the clippers are winning right now, by the way, but they keep winning. Here's what I did. I like the clippers with you. The system started turning the other white says Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. And listen the first time Mike system against my gut. Let's see what happens. Mark this. Are we Marcus down here? This can go fishing to go down as you keep track of it. I liked the clip this isn't officially a play. But this is called annum a counterplay Mike's counter. That's fine. That's Danny pot work. Okay. Mic. Does have his best place coming up? Plus, I.
"carmody" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"It has been nearly three years since the drinking water source for Flint, Michigan with switched over to Detroit's water system, but a report by the as inspector general blames, quote management, weakness for delays in the agency's response to the water crisis. In Flint, those delays may have prolonged the exposure that Flint residents had to lead and other contaminants in their drinking water Seve Carmody with Michigan. Radio has story. It wasn't long after the city of Flint drinking water source was switched in April of twenty fourteen, but city residents started complaining about smelly discolored water pouring through their faucets and auto release Thursday points. The primary finger blame it, state regulators who failed to ensure the city was properly treating its drinking water. But the audit also finds fault with federal regulators, citing communication problems within the EPA in between the PA and the state which caused federal officials to delay getting involved. Meanwhile, Flynn residents continued to drink Tena, tap water for months. Dane. Walling was Flint mayor during much of the height of the crisis before he. Was voted out of office. Walling says at the time he thought the EPA was doing all that it could, but I now look back and it's scary to read through the time line and to see what else was happening that wasn't being acted on what risks were known. The inspector general's audit recommend several changes aimed at speeding up the response to public health emergencies, and the spokeswoman says, the agency is moving to implement them. Virginia Tech Professor Marc Edwards helped reveal Flint's drinking water was contaminated with lead. Edwards says he doubts the report will make a difference. Unfortunately thing as pretty much broken right now and just recommendations aren't really going to change the most recent testing shows the amount of lead in the city's tap. Water continues to decline though many city residents still refuse to believe their tap water is safe to drink for NPR news. I'm Steve Carmody in Flint.
"carmody" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour
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"carmody" Discussed on The Talk Show
"Six or seven of maybe eight it's not spam it is not span isn't that spam and then there's there's a separate newsletter that that i started with tim carmody in december i think called noticing and that's you know that is obviously member supported but you don't have to be a member to read it i mean my my thing is that like they're like i was very i didn't i didn't wanna have any sort of members only stuff or very little members only stuff i wanted people to know up front that they were supporting the work that was already going on right and that part of part of their contribution was going to make sure that that stuff stayed open and free in available you know and it's it's part of the whole deal you know it's it's not it's purposefully not a paywall yeah i'm personally i think you think what you said is exactly how i feel like i i think like would ben thompson does it's protected is fantastic i love getting his emails and i think he's built a very successful business at it but it would drive me nuts writing because the better the piece was that was behind the pay wall the more i would wish it weren't behind a paywall like there's a part of me that i if i write something like it's again like me feeling like i was born at the right time i love that everything i write and posted during fireball is there for anybody in the world to see like it.
"carmody" Discussed on EconTalk
"And and some of it too is just a matter of awakening people like if you're naive you might like a trite comedy and a trade carmody beat would be one where the ending is happy but it's not realistic is no real problem and nothing has been accomplished or and no transformation has occurred and if you're naive you might be living in a fool's paradise but you're boats going to flip over in the first storm and so to expose you to tragedy can can undermine your naive t you might say well doubts cruel it's like no it's no more cruel than helping a child grow up so you need exposure to tragedy of your naive because it it confronts you with the real problem and then it it can launch you on the real adventure at that's way better than being naive mantra feud reflect lola bed on the jordan peterson phenomenon i didn't i never heard of until about may be ono year or so ago when somebody more than one person said i should interview and i thought while who is a ball the first i just ignored it i'd die early and i just said i was the best idea yeah by then eventually i go goes united saw that you were big advocate for freedom of speech and i'm a big advocate i'm a big fan of that at that an really when talking about freedom of speech for an hour then then i started watching your uh some eur video somebody sent me one of them on uh probably the idea of god or uh some your advice from millennials and and i was just i was blown away with your uh presentation style and just to start with plus the content uh obviously were both were just extremely interesting to me and i'm not alone um now when i mentioned to people that you're going to beyond this program they say oh great.
"carmody" Discussed on Accelerate!
"British it's time to accelerate the difference this is any woke up pursued six hundred thirty six of accelerate sales podcast of record i am honored to be joined by a guest on the show today join me this bill carmody bill's author speaker his leadership coach and today's could be a male quite a bit different conversation because it's not about sales and marketing per se instead we're gonna talk about wealth building and achieving financial freedom and the something regardless of what stage are career at the something we all need to be mindful of and bills the new book titled millionaire unlock total financial freedom and in this episode brand talk about the strategies he spells out has book for applying your leadership skills to achieving financial independence the statistics are pretty sobering bill bring so these up about how unprepared we as americans are in general for our retirement and if you're in that situation then you wanna use this conversation i have to build a starting point to change that and to start preparing yourself for financial freedom if you'd like to see the show notes for this episode could and paul to come forward slash six three six affronts i've been mentoring sales professionals for years now and i found the one most important elements to chris successes his addition to the sales challenge such a fund is aligning yourself the company that develops its employs and values their customers and is top in the category of the products that they sell so that's why if you're a top performing your current role and you're looking for fresh sales challenge to take your career to the next level than centurylink should be at the top of your list excite.
"carmody" Discussed on Motley Fool Money
"Some since then you know netflixing has come in and uh bet heavily on stand up comedy uh and a lot of ways you know they're the biggest player on in stand up uh for uh you know i charger it's hard to remember a one company entered him a communist in this deal player uh in stand up than than that flicks was this year i was gonna say there is there was a long stretch a time where the pinnacle for set of comedy was hbo if a comedian got a special and hbo that was the top and as you indicated netflixing has been good has been just essentially handing out stand up specials like free candy and which leads to this question is there now a glut of stand up comedy available to people are are stand up specials no longer special it's a good question i i it's definitely true that um you know there was a time one getting an hbo special was you know the the the pinnacle on and now it's network special and you know you could criticise networks by putting out so much was once a week i am a commie central unceasingly shor so putting them out that they do seem like less of an event then on than what we had an hbo um where when you you just getting an hbo just just just the hbo stamp of approval meant something on which you know raises this question that are we in situations like the first comedy boom in the in late eighties early 90s were on this glut is about to um you know route were were heading towards economy bus there's too much carmody on and i actually don't think so um i think there's differences between these two booms and the the main one is is the difference in real estate and the internet near the real the reason at the first comedy boombust was that people bill.