35 Burst results for "Chase"

Florida mass shooting suspect killed during police pursuit

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Florida mass shooting suspect killed during police pursuit

"A man suspected in connection to a drive by mass shooting in Central Florida last month was fatally shot by police after a chase. At a news conference Monday, Polk county sheriff Grady Judd says Alex green, a 21 year old with a long rap sheet, was under surveillance in eagle Lake Florida when he fled. Bad decision. He won't make any more. Lakeland police chief Sam Taylor, says investigators think Greene was involved in a January shooting that injured 11 people. We are very confident that he is in fact involved to what extent we don't know yet. Judd says green crashed into a business in Winter Haven, ran into traffic, dragged an elderly woman out of her car, and then tried to run over Lakeland police captain Eric Harper. We didn't choose to shoot him. He chose for us to shoot him with his conduct. State attorney Brian Haas says a task force will investigate, I'm Jennifer King

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Super Bowl opening night returns with energetic atmosphere

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Super Bowl opening night returns with energetic atmosphere

"The NFC champion eagles and AFC champ chase both come in with identical 14 and three records, eagles quarterback Jalen hurts says he looks forward to the showdown with Patrick Mahomes for many reasons, including the fact it's the first time both starting signal collars or African American. Think about all the rich history in this game. You know, and to be a part of such an historic event, they store it moment. Especially especially, you know, and it's been so many quarterbacks before me, including pat. Before me, that laid the foundation for me to have this opportunity. It's also a showdown between eagles center, Jason Kelce and his brother, Kansas City tight end, Travis. George Tanner, Phoenix

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Classical Liberalism vs. Libertarianism With Jason Pye

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:54 min | 2 d ago

Classical Liberalism vs. Libertarianism With Jason Pye

"Said a buzzword earlier that I was trying to get a word in, but you mentioned the term classical liberal. And that's largely how I identify my philosophical views these days is classical liberal, which is not modern liberalism, is actually more in tune and more in line with what the founding fathers believe and so I would refer to myself as a classical liberal. We don't have everybody heading to Wikipedia on this. Yes, we are. But no, but which the modern day, the classical liberal and libertarian have been somewhat intertwined. I am not, I am no longer a member of the Libertarian Party. For precisely this reason. And it's because the Libertarian Party does not take itself seriously. And I'll get to just give me one to indulge me for a second here. Okay. There are two very good liberty libertarian candidates who are running. And if I were still a registered voter in Georgia, I would vote for them. And one of those is Chase Oliver, who is the nominee for U.S. Senate. And the other one's Ryan Graham, who's running full lieutenant governor. Both very good guys, both very smart guys who are talking about issues from a classical liberal libertarian perspective that I tend to agree with. Shane hazel should not be in this race. If he had any dignity, he would drop out. And the reason reason for that is is precisely what the things you said. He's belligerent. He says random stuff. He is not a serious candidate if his goal is to throw this into a runoff, then why are you running? And you're right. It's going to cost taxpayers in Georgia millions of dollars statewide. Because in these counties, some of these small counties who are already facing budget crunches are going to have to find the money to do a runoff. And this is fundamentally my issue with libertarian candidates. They don't run to when they don't, and because they can't win. And

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JPMorgan 72 of Institutional Traders Surveyed Have No Plans to Trade Crypto

Bitcoin News

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

JPMorgan 72 of Institutional Traders Surveyed Have No Plans to Trade Crypto

"11 p.m. Sunday, February 5th, 2023. JPMorgan 72 of institutional traders surveyed have no plans to trade crypto. A new survey by JPMorgan Chase shows that 72 of institutional traders X two O one chave no plans to trade two O one D while 14 plan to trade cryptocurrencies within 5 years. Institutional traders also expect X two O one precession risks two O one D to have the biggest impact on markets in 2023. JPMorgan's 2019 es institutional trader surveyed global investment bank JPMorgan Chase published the results of

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'Dances With Wolves' actor due in court in sex abuse probe

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

'Dances With Wolves' actor due in court in sex abuse probe

"A former actor who was in the Kevin Costner film dances with wolves, is expected to appear before a Nevada judge for the first time since facing charges of allegedly abusing indigenous girls. 46 year old Nathan chasing horse faces possible charges of sex trafficking and sexual assault is being held at a Clark county jail, authorities say chasing horse is believed to be the leader of a cult, and that he abused his position to physically and sexually assault indigenous girls and women, taking underage wives. He was arrested outside the home he shares with his 5 wives near Las Vegas, a warrant says that chasing horse has trained his wives to shoot it out with police if they try to break the family apart. I'm Donna water

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'Dances With Wolves' actor Nathan Chasing Horse arrested on sex abuse claims

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

'Dances With Wolves' actor Nathan Chasing Horse arrested on sex abuse claims

"For his role in the movie dances with wolves has been arrested as part of a months long investigation into alleged sexual abuses against native women. Police in North Las Vegas raided the home Nathan Lee chasing his horse is said to share with his 5 wives and took him into custody Tuesday. Police records obtained by The Associated Press showed that the former actor who gained a reputation as a sort of medicine man and spiritual leader is accused of abusing his notoriety to sexually assault indigenous girls as young as 13, a search warrant shows police received a tip in October of 2022, but the allegations span two decades and include at least 6 victims in Montana, South Dakota and Nevada, according to the warrant he was banished from the fort peck reservation in poplar, Montana, amid

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New Proposal Calls for Wealth Tax That Follows Individuals

The Trish Regan Show

01:59 min | Last week

New Proposal Calls for Wealth Tax That Follows Individuals

"Just want to highlight something that's coming out of the left coast state of California where that governor is being discussed as a possible contender in 2024 as a possible nominee from the Democrat party. Gavin Newsom absolutely absurd policies designed to only appeal to the extremists on the left, one of which is this thing I like to call full on hotel California. It's actually 90 that is not unique to California because you've had lawmakers from 7 other states, big ones, including Hawaii, Connecticut, New York, Illinois, Washington. They've all been out there introducing new ideas, new proposals for ways to tax the wealthy. And not just the wealthy. I mean, these are working working wealthy. So there's a distinction in some ways. Anyway, this particular proposal comes from an assembly member in California named Alex Lee, who wants to introduce a new tax on what he calls extreme wealth. According to mister Lee, the counter argument that says the rich will just leave. Well, they're going to fix that because they can just say, hey, look, you guys can run, but you can't hide. Direct quote, you can run, but you can't hide. And he's proud of it. I mean, forget about what that might actually mean for anybody who wanted to start a business in California or start a life in California. I don't think you would. Because these people are going to chase you down. His proposal would apply to individuals with a net worth of $50 million or more, and they would tax the well that 1% annually. Wealth beyond $1 billion would be taxed at 1.5%. So the funny thing about this is he doesn't seem to realize there actually is a real difference between 1 billion 50 million,

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$60 Billion in COVID Fraud? Try $4 Trillion

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last week

$60 Billion in COVID Fraud? Try $4 Trillion

"60 billion in COVID fraud they write triforce trillion And this is what the party of the left and many of the rhinos this is where they drag us and take us And this is why there is now resistance in the house among conservatives and hopefully the majority To keep paying for this stuff we don't even know where this money is As auditors and congressional investigators try to figure out just how much federal COVID relief went to fraudsters They're missing the trillions Trillions of dollars in fraud committed by the federal government itself In a war that had no chance of winning Last week the government accountability office reported that fraudsters took about 60 billion in unemployment checks That's on top of the tens of billions in fraudulent claims made through the paycheck protection program that tens of billions handed out through a small business administration program and on and on So you might wonder where's the FBI They are vigorously chasing down people all over the country who were parading on the lawn of the capitol building They're busy chasing down Racists Who aren't white Cops 5 black cops who killed a black young man They have the civil rights division looking into this This Wednesday the House committee on oversight and accountability will hold a hearing to investigate rampant waste of taxpayer dollars Representative James comer the chamber of the committee said we owe it to Americans I like this guy comer a lot To identify how hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars spent under the guise of pandemic relief for lost to waste fraud abuse and mismanagement

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Cindy Williams, "Laverne & Shirley" actor, is dead at 75

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Cindy Williams, "Laverne & Shirley" actor, is dead at 75

"Actor Cindy Williams of Laverne and Shirley has died in Los Angeles after a brief illness, according to her family, Williams was 75, a marches are a letter with a look at her career. One, two, three, four. Cindy Williams and penny Marshall had been a writing team when they were cast by Marshall's brother Garry Marshall for an episode of happy days. Their characters were such a hit, they were spun off as their own show. Laverne and Shirley ran from 1976 to 1983. Come on, Kurt, we can't be spending half the night chasing girls down for you. Williams also started in the 1973 film American Graffiti playing Ron

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Understanding Probable Cause

The Officer Tatum Show

03:00 min | Last week

Understanding Probable Cause

"Relief. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to Friday on Friday. Listen, I try not to talk over people that call in, but you gotta make a reasonable point. I think the point here is that you're innocent it's a proven guilty. Now the question is in question whether or not they had probable cause to pull him over a reasonable suspicion to pull him over on a traffic stop. You don't need probable cause to pull over a car on a traffic stop. You just have reasonable suspicion to pull somebody over. And you can pull a person over based on an investigatory stop. So if you believe this vehicle is involved, you can pull the person over because you believe that's the vehicle. You don't have to know for a fact. Just like probable cause, probable cause isn't that you know if they committed a crime for a fact. You don't have to know that they committed the crime for a fact. It just did a reasonable person would believe with the circumstances that you were presented that the person committed that crime. In the court of law, they attempt to prove that beyond a reasonable doubt. Now, I don't know who the person that called in, I don't know if you know a lot about the law. Just like these people that sound cute, but in reality, that's not the case. Now, it's up in question. He is right about that. They charged him with kidnapping, which would mean that they were unlawfully detaining him. But I would not be shocked if and I didn't look up the law yet. So I need to look up the law for kidnapping because there could be subsections of kidnapping, which means that some people think kidnapping is forcing somebody against their will, kidnapping could be if you're using force against somebody unnecessarily in certain circumstances they can consider that kidnapping. But I don't know what their law says. It doesn't seem like there would be they would be reasonable in order to find them to kidnap somebody. Because if they had any suspicion that that vehicle was involved in any other crime, they had a right to pull that vehicle over to conduct an investigatory stop. Investigative stop. And then he starts running, I mean, if they believe that person was involved in a particular incident and they believed that he was the driver that was participating in an incident, meaning that they ident him as a potential suspect, then a traffic stop is a detention. you run from a traffic stop, when they activate the lights and pull you over, you're detained. You run from a traffic, stop you're now fleeing detention. You are now obstructing a criminal investigation. And they can chase after you. Now see what I want to know because, you know, they all fake and they all always trying to throw these cops under the bus. I want to see the body when caring for myself and make that determination. But nobody's going to convince me that it makes any sense whatsoever that when somebody pull you over and you wouldn't do nothing that you jump out of your car and run from the police. Oh no, just a simple pull you over on the traffic stop.

Don't Complicate, Comply

The Officer Tatum Show

01:17 min | Last week

Don't Complicate, Comply

"I was getting in my feelings about this Memphis police situation, I just get upset when I see police chiefs throw their people under the bus without proper balance perspective. You know, like, why can't you say my officers were wrong? And the guy was wrong as well. Why can't why can't why can't we do both? Why can't we chew and walk two gun and walk at the same time? Why can't we really care about the community, then you need to start making it a point to tell people, stop resisting arrest. Stop playing courts, curbside courtroom. You don't love these people like you say if you are afraid to tell them the truth, this boy would be alive today if he didn't he didn't take his butt and start running from the police and fighting him. He would be alive today. Rodney King when it got his ass she butt kicked if he would have been taking him on a high speed chase. Can somebody explain this to me? How is it this hard? Do what they tell you to do. It ain't that hard. It's very simple. Two plus two is four. You don't need to make it complicated.

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The Key Issues Involved in the Tyre Nichols Killing

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:46 min | Last week

The Key Issues Involved in the Tyre Nichols Killing

"I'd like to offer some thoughts on the Tyree Nichols killing. Kyrie Nichols is a black guy lived in the area of Memphis and on January 7th of this year, he was in his car, according to police driving recklessly, although we haven't seen any video of that, the police nevertheless, and this part of it is on video, they pull them over and then they walk up to the car and yank him out of the car and tell him to get on the ground. He seems to be complying. He says, okay, okay, okay, man. And while he's on the ground, they tase him. They hit him with a taser at which point I think natural flight kicks in and he begins to run. So they chase him down and unbelievably. Beat him to death. So this is anyone who's seen the video, Debbie and I watched it. I watched, I'd watch one version of it yesterday I watched another version this morning. It's really hard to justify. In fact, David's reaction where she goes, well, this is worse than what Derek Chauvin did to George Floyd. This is inexcusable. However, the policeman, the four cops who did this, were black. There wasn't a white policeman involved at all. And so for the left, this has become a little bit of a problem. Obviously, it is a clear case. I think it's a clear case for anyone who sees the video. Of police brutality.

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Spain: 1 dead in church machete attacks, terror link probed - The Associated Press - en Español

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Spain: 1 dead in church machete attacks, terror link probed - The Associated Press - en Español

"Residents in a southern Spanish city have expressed their shock after a local church worker was killed by a machete wielding attacker in a city square, the attack began inside the church in the city of algeciras, where the assailant jumped on the church altar before chasing the victim outside. Spain's interior ministry confirmed the man killed was a sacristan and individual who prepares mass at the church of northern senora de la Palma. They also confirmed that a priest was wounded earlier at another church. Witness

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Larry Taunton Unpacks John Kerry's Satanic Comments at the W.E.F.

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Larry Taunton Unpacks John Kerry's Satanic Comments at the W.E.F.

"Take a remark by John Kerry. John Kerry, when he was speaking, you can find us online and it's funny and so far as it's like something out of a Bond spoof. You can see lieutenant drebin. Chasing after a criminal like this, but he says that as John Kerry, not lieutenant drebin, Kerry said, we have, you know, we've gathered here together and we've been touched by something by something that has given us this responsibility to save the planet. And I thought it was in this interesting because he can't even name what the quote unquote something is. You know, the great something touched me. The great something touched us and it anointed us. It's the kind of language he was using. It anointed us with this kind of divine mission, which was the language he was using to save the planet, but a, he can't name what that something is. Because he of course doesn't really believe in it. And B, he sees himself as having divine mission. And I say that with a lower case D I don't mean coming from God almighty from an eye. I don't mean that coming from Jesus Christ. But rather, this is the way they view themselves. So there's kind of this, and I don't use the word flippantly, Eric, kind of a satanic, well, there's loads of satanic elements, but this kind of satanic ambition to make themselves like the moon's the most. It's messianic. In other words, we know that. The real messiah of the world, the savior of the world, is Jesus Christ. These impulses that these folks feel are messianic. And of course,

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Pastor Robert Jeffress: Many Evangelicals Support Pres. Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Pastor Robert Jeffress: Many Evangelicals Support Pres. Trump

"Good friend, doctor Robert jeffress, doctor Jeffers, good to have you back on the show. Great to be back with you, Todd. So I think what they're doing, pastor Jefferson, and crime me if I'm wrong here, but I know Franklin Graham came out and said he's not making a pick yet, he's going to wait until after the primaries, because there are a lot of good Christian people running and May the best man win. That doesn't necessarily make someone anti Trump, does it? No, it doesn't. And look, I'll cut to the chase. I've talked to president Trump recently and communicate with him regularly and I told him that all of these reports have evangelicals leaving him in droves is a false narrative. I think many evangelical Christians believe just like I do and I've said on every outlet recently that I believe president Trump is our greatest president since Reagan and he's done more for evangelicals than any president in history. And the fact that I have not issued a formal endorsement is not in any way diminishing of my support for and enthusiasm about president Trump. And

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The Left Media Is Great at Leaving Crumbs Then Moving On

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

The Left Media Is Great at Leaving Crumbs Then Moving On

"A week ago earlier in this week I should say I told you don't get off the highway ramp with this Biden classified document story because the left is really really good at planting breadcrumbs for you to chase that lead absolutely nowhere And when they lead to the nowhere they'll do the move on dot org thing I've discussed this tactic before but I don't want to wear out my P one listeners But it's important to relitigate this for a moment The left is really good at this I'll give you a perfect example of two of them Number one the Clinton Lewinsky in the Oval Office You know what Well you can figure it out if you're above the age of 18 These days with TikTok probably if you're above the age of three the place is disgusting over there So Bill Clinton's doing his thing with Lewinsky Monica Lewinsky in the Oval Office or as I've heard are called walensky multiple It's Lewinsky And the Democrats know they got a real problem because Clinton's already lied about it and Clinton apparently under oath had said some things weren't accurate either which opened him up to a perjury charge The Democrats realized we Clinton had a big scandal on their hands So what the Democrats do is they draw these things out over time Allowing almost an intentional drifter of trip that they control not the media It's a drip drip drip strategy can be really bad when someone else is controlling it because you don't know what's coming But when you know what's happening and you control the flow of information What they do is they draw the scandal out over time obfuscation ignoring subpoenas saying it's a right wing conspiracy theory And then by the time that they knew my hits and this thing comes to its end right And the sort of damocles drops on your head or whatever it may be Nobody cares anymore That's what happened with the Clinton thing That's what happened with the Clinton thing They try

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Jury convicts Kansas man of threatening to kill congressman

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jury convicts Kansas man of threatening to kill congressman

"A Kansas man who threatened to kill a congressman has been convicted. I'm Lisa dwyer. Chase Neal of Kansas admitted that he threatened to kill a congressman. A federal jury has doubt convicted him. Neil represented himself at the trial and questioned the lawmaker that he threatened U.S. representative Jake la Turner on the witness stand. Neil said that he was a messenger from God, warning that the congressman had to die for ignoring his concerns about wizards and extraterrestrials. The judge found Neil competent to stand trial and act as his own attorney despite

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Polar bear kills woman, boy in remote Alaska village

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Polar bear kills woman, boy in remote Alaska village

"Alliance authorities say a bear attack is claimed too lives. I Norman hall, Alaska state troopers say a polar bear attacked and killed two people in a remote village in western Alaska, station ktuu reports the attack happen in Wales on the western tip of the seward Peninsula, troopers say the animal entered the community and had chased multiple residents before it attacked a woman and a boy. The bear was shot and killed by local residents as it attacked the pair. The names of the two people killed were not released. I Norman hall

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"Hey what is going on is mash here. Thank you for clicking on this episode of chase the vision now. I sound a little bit more solemn and lower energy and for good reason and it might also be unusual to be hearing my voice before you hear the podcast theme but rest assured that was done intentionally in by intentionally mean to protect you if you are in need of protection now today it is not a traditional interview style. Where have a guest on. And i talk about their stories and where they grew up in their business and how they got achieve things in their life they have achieved but rather a conversation with somebody who views of vince. From a difference. Point of view. And i'm not talking politically. I'm talking based on age based off of experience and based off of being alive and older during an event that changed the course of a lot of the united states and of the world. And i'm talking about nine. Eleven today marks the twentieth year anniversary of that tragic event that made three thousand people undeserving. People lose their lives. And i was very young. I don't have any recollection. I was literally a baby when the two towers fell. And so i wanted to make sure that i don't know where you were on that day. How deeply it affected you if you personally lost a loved one but if this episode and this subject matter can potentially harm you are bring you into a negative mental state emotional state. I ask that you go back and maybe turn the technology off today right. Take your time to relax and to grieve and to do other things that are not talking about the subject matter and i say that with the most solemn of heart and the most respectful of hearts there other days that we can go ahead and talk about business and everything else. Now if you're somebody else who is wanting to hear a conversation here things that have never been talked about before what i mean by. That is finnity. His name is joseph kennedy. The man i have today he approached me a couple of weeks ago. Saying that isaac..

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"Yo-yo-you what is going on. Everybody i smash from here. Welcome back for another episode of chase the vision with isaac mashburn the show. That is all about helping you become a more capable individual therefore getting better results in your own individual lives businesses and careers now today on doing an episode on a wednesday right so we had an episode. Somebody six keep up or get left behind the came out on monday today. And then friday interview. Coming up as well with tristan. Roberts which i'm super excited for and i decided to record an episode mid week because partly i think i need to go harder with the podcast and this is me being vulnerable with you. I believe that. In order to continue this momentum to reach more people to share messages. I got to put in more work and then i have to make more content for you guys to enjoy listen entertain and ultimately share right get value from because after all. That is the only fee that i'm ever going to ask you to pay up and that is to pay it forward right. If i'm providing you with value share that with a friend of business partner a family member somebody in your life who you can also get the value so today. I'm going to be talking about personal. Branding right a topic that i absolutely love talking about because well i got into the business of personal branding. I'm not here to sell you in this episode though. But i am here to discuss the concept of building. Your personal brand. Is it truly something. That exists or as personal branding. More so a myth. Is that something that has made up. Is it something that is fabricated. A made a post today on facebook. As i do pretty much once every couple of weeks. I'll do a post that says. Hey what do you need help with with your personal brand of the purpose of this post is to get insights into what people are struggling with what i could touch on what points i could discuss and then to also see if hey if anybody. Who's making a comment could potentially need work with ventures right if..

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"chase" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"You don't understand until unless you've been through the same thing so how does how does someone. How does someone what would you say like say. Say there's someone listening they go my god. This just happened to my cousin. This just happened to my brother. Oh my god this happened to my wife or shit. This happened to me and they and they wanna connect with either you or scott like what would be the best way for them to go about reaching. You can just the end me on instagram or take talk. I see all i see most of on okay and your chase gets better tech. And what are you on. instagram chase. Unfiltered she's unfiltered about so funny is there's a guy named tasteless part. I'm sure you know that. And so i have said so many times. 'cause chase pardon. I worked together for a few months. And i i just because i'm so often on instagram. I've said chased laporte has been paralyzed to so many people and their what happened. Those like new year's eve man. They're like wait is that oh shit chess and i was like i feel bad of part. Everyone's wondering why he's not paralyzed but now he's been like a couple times he tagged me. People are like chase. Are you okay. And he's just like nope. It's this guy leeann leeann. Yeah yeah we should wrap this up and cash and have these sandwiches I'm i'm beyond proud of where you are today. I i'd love to do. We'll do another podcast when i get back from making sure. Maybe we'll maybe. We'll bring judy on here. Will bring someone else on here. Yeah and do like a little bit of a drinking more relaxed. Get really into the fast and furious franchise and and kind of catch up with your recovery. I'm fascinated by it. I really am fascinated my journey. I'm not the best interviewer in the world. So if there's anyone out there that would like to like you know..

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"chase" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Has you know how long it. I was on the floor before. They called an ambulance forty five minutes of her yelling at me. You're about to ruin my life. You need to get up. You fell face down. You couldn't you can't be paralyzed and me just confused just like trial. I'm trying. I'm trying and trying to get up to my shoulders. Were working so. I was able to move my arm and bert. It was so traumatic. It was a really really bad beginning to this whole journey. This is for five minutes so so as we go on and tell the story. I wanna this liens holding her face. And but you're more than welcome to be on this podcast if you want so we get a call nearly now a near day. Yeah so there's something very interesting to this story. Now i i understand. I'm a very flawed person. I might be like a soft narcissist but nears day. I thought i did a show with tom. New year's eve no to bears live and i was wanted to drunk. I've been in a very long time. And that night. I went into the sink. I think our went into the tub. And i put water on my head upside down in the tub and i almost fell and i remember thinking waking up the next morning going god man. I was pretty fucked up. I got to remind myself not to try to wash my hair. What the fuck was. I think i'd still beer amir or something and so i washed my hair upside down almost fell and i woke up and i was like was fucked up and my phone rang and it was judy and she said chase. There's been an accident. Chase got drunk and he fell and he's paralyzed and i went immediately. I went how close everyone is to life changing accidents every fucking second. I just i just left four got very fun. Got the drunk aside. Ever been for fun with my buddy. And i got very high think and here. Let me correct this beer. By the way cheers. Cheers to the fact that you're toast and have a beer. i'm alive. you are more than just live. But i thought to myself how fucking life is is always just a feather away from a severe accident book to that. We can bookmark it. We thought you were in a hotel when this happened to keep going okay so an ambulance eventually calms they take me in and i'm like you know mentally not not very good not a good place. They start doing tests. And i was actually listening to you. Talk about how bad your mri was and The mri was probably the worst part of the whole thing for me because so it was two hours long..

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"And i know i'm not going to be that father in the future but growing up senior mom struggle and working in those jobs and shifts like. I know that you probably think that your mom deserves a life. That is much better than what she had when she was trying to raise you. And you have a massive amount of respect for but at the same time. It's like that really wears down on you when you're younger at it like it almost gives you this chip on your shoulder. Jim relate to that one hundred percent. That's that's like that's like ninety percent of the reason i'm doing. This is like having that to be like. That's one of my wise. You know. I don't know if you've heard that like why are you doing this. That's one of my biggest ones. Because i wanna be able to help my family the way she's helped us. You know what. I mean my mom and i respect the hell out of her. You know. I just wanna be able to do what she's done for me for her and she's music go out and relax you know whatever but Yeah no she loves my music and there are obviously other songs that i posted. I little like you know. Not as much but she she loves it all. She's happy from me and she supports the hell out of me as well. It's just in love. I love that aspect of the of your story. So you're doing music in high school. You're starting to distribute it and i think that's another another massive point lead let go. What is your advice to people. That maybe haven't put out their music on on larger platform. Might be those audio creators. They might be the soundcloud creators are. They might just have their music on youtube. What was that feeling from going from that individual in that character to distribute this and become a verified artist on spotify in how music on apple and amazon. What was it like for you wolf me. So i when i started i never when i started at put it all out at every platform so i was never really just included one platform. But i did. You know po- certain songs just on soundcloud sin song's here blah blah blah. But i think definitely posted at all platforms because there's different opportunities on each platform and you never know where it's going to break 'cause it could break on audio mac or it could break on deesor could break on spotify you know never know and not do. I wonder why what they're holding back like. Why wouldn't why wouldn't you posted out there if you if you like your music somebody else in the world is gonna like it too. Just take that up and.

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"Called chase. The vision is management for very reason. Because i want you to actively chase after something and chasing means that your emotion just like that river and sea make the decision and then from there as you grow and as you scale gig creative gig treatment outside of the box and always focus more on the solutions rather than the problems himself. This is something that i've noticed. A lot of people. Do a lot of people focus too much on the problem. They focus on why they can't do something rather than why they can do something. How can i solve this problem being faced and how you can get into that mentality is through basically changing your subconscious way of thinking you have subconscious mind and you have a cautious. Might now i want to do a brief exercise with you. You have bleeps probably a couple hundred times watching this video since you've been at the dreamer summit you've probably taken a breath of thousand two thousand times and you haven't thought about breathing once you wanna know why that is that is because you're you're cautious mind is controlling your body. Now the subconscious mind is what dictates ninety five percent a lot of decisions right there. Statistics say that you're so cautious mind and emotions are what dictate ninety five percent of sales that you might make purchase decisions that you make now. You're cautious mind. Is the mind that you cautiously think with. You're making decisions to do something. You made the cautious decision to show up to the dreamer summit this year is. It's not something that happened by accident. You had to go drive. Maybe even had to take a plane or you. May maybe how to travel by boat. Whatever you needed to do you came in. You made the decision to come to the dreamer summit and now you need to make the decision to cautiously go all out with building your vision and going in building up your brand building.

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"Is another great tool to connect with people and also grow your personal brand so back on topic and talking about your vision when it comes to starting something when it comes to building or beginning of business you have to have an understanding of why you're doing it not talking about what your why in the sense of what makes you get up in the morning. You get up in the morning regardless and i'm not a huge believer and anybody who says what is your wide. I'm talking more. So what do you see yourself enjoying for the long term. And what is the real reason for starting a business or nonprofit or you know mainly pursuing 'cause that you believe it why are you doing it. Is it because you want financial freedom. Is it because you want to make a lot of money and be wealthy. Is it because you want to travel. Is it because you want to live in the united states. Are you wanna live and travel to australia or new zealand. Or is it very simply because he wanna give back to your community and build up your local area. There are so many different benefits to building a business or building a brand or pursuing a nonprofit right going after causes you care about but you always start with. What is the main motive behind and be honest with yourself. There's nothing wrong with wanted to become wealthy..

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"What is going on everybody is from here and welcome back to another episode of chase division with isaac mashburn the show. That is all about helping you become more capable individual through sharing my experiences and knowledge and business life and personal growth. Now today this is going to be a really really insightful and informative episode less on the mindset less on the more so maybe general things and topics that i can discuss and more into a specific strategy and understanding of human psychology. Before i jump into though. I want to ask you guys a favourite now. I don't run advertisements. Sell out my brand for a cheap product Just for a quick dollar guests that i have on the show that might talk about their products or services. I know like trust in believe in. But i'm never going to be an affiliate for them. I'm not going to make money off of them. Not going to bring them on just to try to sell you guys into lincoln. I'm not gonna spend twenty five minutes every single episode every couple of minutes thrown in another sale sales pitch man. I hate it whenever. I'm listening to a podcast. That does that. I'm gonna skip right past through the ad back to the content and back to the value. That's just the way i operate. And i imagine that many view also operate in a very similar fashion. So let's talk about human emotions and sales now. There are different figures that exists. There are different people that say different things. I know one. Harvard professor said that ninety five percent of sales and purchase decisions are based off of the subconscious. Mind it's influenced by the subconscious mind which dictates our emotional reasoning not the logical reasoning the emotional reasoning. I mentioned this many many times before. About how the subconscious mind is thirty thousand times more powerful than the cautious mind. They're even different figures right different. Scientists and figures of authority have different opinions. Different research different backings but at the end of the day The subconscious mind is vastly more powerful than the conscious mind. Although the cautious mind is what dictates our logical decision making are logic logical side of her day to day life. Things that we're thinking about right this moment. You didn't think breathing. Don't think of blinking. But you do think about. Am i going to continue listening to this. I'm going to click off and like going to follow this person. I'm going to share this with a friends right little little bit of a shameless plug there but there are other. Statistics say that sales are eighty percent emotion based which basically translates to influenced by the subconscious. Mind the emotions that you are feeling now. This doesn't just correlate with sales but throughout our day to day lives we're consistently being faced with decisions that add up over time and that's the way that you become successful you make the right decisions enough times over a over a span of time. Then you're going to have this cumulation of success this cumulation of right decisions but the thing is you're not going to feel high energy twenty four seven. Is it possible. Maybe so..

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"chase" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

"I guess today is chase. Jarvis chases an award winning artists entrepreneur photographer. His expansive work ranges from shooting advertising campaigns for companies like nike red bull to collaborating with icons like lady gaga. He's the founder and ceo of creative live where more than ten million students learn photography video designed music and business from the world's top creators and entrepreneurs his new book creative calling launched spring debuted an instant national bestseller. Welcome to the show chase. Thank you. I appreciate it so i really really want to get into creative. Live in your book. and Like i i am a customer of creative live actually Love to hear it. So i maybe we can start with Your background like were. You always creative person. Like what was your childhood like well The great place to start off. I i do want to say thank you so much for You know behind the technology you as a technologist for embracing the that creative side you know so many people and this does go back to Relates to your question about my my history you know. So many people understand Creativity as art and while art is a great example of creativity. I always want to talk about creativity with the capital city. And that includes you know. Creativity underpins the solution to every problem. We will ever know. Writing code is incredibly creative. As is this conversation we're having here. We're co creating this conversation right now and either one of us could take this in a in an exciting different direction and to me. That's part of what makes cry creativity so sort of a misunderstood but be vital like great lives great products great experiences. You know. they're not found. I'm a fan. i'm they call founder. I didn't find anything. I built creative. I have you know from the ground up with hundreds of other committed people. So i think i wanna. I established that creativity with a capital. C is what we're all talking about here

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"What is going on everybody is mashing here and welcome back to another episode of chase division with is mash from the show. That is all about helping you become a more capable individual through sharing my experiences and business life in all things personal growth into today i have i would say maybe it's more so on the edge of a rant but rather it's more so on the side of logic i want to open up your eyes to something and over the past couple years everybody has been talking a ton about raising the minimum wage raising it from seven twenty five and hour to fifteen dollars an hour and to a certain degree a lot of people make a good point you know the livable wage is relatively low based off the living expenses of the world right we have businesses we have housing that is expensive and the minimum wage has not been increased since the cost of living due to inflation has increased over the past twenty years and that is an issue but i am here to present maybe an alternative point of view and that point of view is all the yes that wages relatively low one it'd be better to increase the education of individuals so we can get higher paying jobs towards like we're not raising the minimum wage but rather we're raising the work ethic we are raising a person's value see everybody's in this attitude victimhood pitie pity me pity me i need everything handed to me and it's very unfortunate because there are a ton of people who if they you know people who are capable rather people who are perfectly okay mentally stable to go out into the workforce apply themselves and get a job and put something and make something of their lives yet. They want the government to pay their bills. They don't want to get up off the couch..

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"What's going on. Everybody is smashed near and welcome back to another episode of chase division with is mash from the show. That is all about helping you become a more capable individual through sharing my experiences and now the experiences of other people in business life and personal growth and today i have a personal friend of mine is like a brother to me is a model gives an actor. He's an entrepreneur and a business owner and investor. John michael witney out of minneapolis. Minnesota avenue. John for jesus like a couple of years. Now it's crazy to see his growth. And i was like man you're at such a pivotal point in your career with all these milestones crushing. I gotta bring on a piece of john. What's up my man are you doing. What is up rather. How's it gone staying busy dude. I mean busy busy constant constant grinding. Traveling a lot which is huge. Actually got an upcoming york trip. June eighteenth and twenty four. So you know bake things are happening pushing pushing really hard. I mean it's it's rolling the balls rolin stop you know when you just got back trip. Just got back from a trip in new york zoo and you're already setting up for another one. That's phenomenal man. So the main thing that you've been building your brand around right now has been modeling. And that's something that we've actually sat down worked one on one with multiple multiple different occasions over the past couple years. And you've been modeling now. For last time we talked was will not last time we talked but when we were starting to build your brand new was six years going on seven. Now how did you first all with modeling. Let's take it all the way back. Goes back to twenty thirteen graduated. High school Really didn't know what the hell is to try to for your school right out. Shoot withdrawal within the first month. Is that but i think it was that summer of my senior year. Actually a buddy of mine was spotty building. And i saw his awesome worked with the big florida michael towns and he. It's crazy insane content. I'm like shit fee can do a hell i can do it. Why not so shot him a message. Hey dude you know a love what you're doing love to quality you keep chasing it. How do i get into it. He's like well honestly. I got a guy out of minneapolis. You know take on. He'll shoot you like mostly does bodybuilders big dudes you know a lot of very aesthetic appeal not big. You know you're lean but you're not really what he's going to go for but chedda he'll start shout or folio he'll build out your stuff saw shit. I got hold of the guy who's like gal. Actually this coming weekend you know. This is in june two thousand thirteen. Is this coming weekend drive. Maybe up the warehouse district. I got my studio there Chew and i'm from there. He posted a couple of things and kind of slowly took off. It's been a long time cup like white the road but it's been insane. How at nobis called said thank did that. Shoot twenty thirteen. that's summer and then that phone twenty four team that summer i flew atlanta in shot with this guy while those.

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"Is mash from here at welcome. Back to another episode of chase vision with isaac mash men. The show that is all about helping you become a more capable individual through sharing personal development by experiences and now experiences and a knowledge of other people and today i have a really really awesome guests on not divine now. I don't really know how to make an introduction to this guy. Because i mean he is the lead singer of kill hannah that he launched band way back before i was born. I think then from there he just has had an amazing career. He's done a lot of different things. Published books traveled the world on tour and then aside from that he is the head of music partnerships at cameo that awesome apt where you basically pay celebrities get shoutouts allows you to really connect with them one on one and reached out to models like matt be an honor to have you on the show. Share your experiences talk about cameo talk about you. Know some of the early days and here he is matt. What's going on man. What's up brother in. Love that intro. I've been i've been hosting a few regular clubhouse rooms in panels i i just slaughter intros hotline. Remember to fumbled through it and forced them to to fill in some gaps in in this case. I think you've pretty much. I think you pretty much now. That our podcast on later does get art matt. What hey there's no firm. I guess you could say way for us to do this. Just have a conversation. But man i love for you to introduce yourself And and really start from the beginning. When i was doing a little bit of research and kind of kind of finding out more about matt devine. I didn't see a lot about your background when it comes to. The family raised in anything like that and For me personally from what. I've seen a lot of people success. In the way that they grow out grow up the way that they turn out the pass they pursue is influenced based off of the parents in the household. They were born in. So how's your childhood coming.

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"But what does the future hold excellent. I'm getting ready for a whole new project. But it's not being. I just want to do the kind of music that Couple on certain van basten waiting for the island waiting for that it just music die enjoy making. I'm never ever will make music just for people. Anyway i really just want things. I love and i know if i have a certain love for it than there follows so for slough before the year ends. You know people say that it's selfish to do what you're doing you. You're making music for yourself. You're not making music for other people or anything for being in business you're building a business for yourself versus building a business for other people but at the end of the day and you probably grew on this. If you're not doing it for yourself then expect other people to really believe in it. You have to believe in what you have going on first before you can think. Other people are going to jump on the bandwagon and support you and Like whenever you. The plane's going down the oxygen masks drop down and are you putting on yours. I or helping the person next to you. You get straight yourself. You're able to help the people and that's where the term delegates elevate comes into play. You know because you're supplying jobs you're supplying opportunity. You're helping other people around you or even helping your family so it's been awesome having you on for you now. Obviously last time we did this. It was like two hours long now for the respective listener for the respect your time and then also for the respect of me We're not willing to go a full two hours. I've had a red bull. So i'm like i'm running. I'm running right now. I'm flying. But i do want to ask you question. This isn't something. I'm going to ask anybody. But you being an artist. I am curious to kind of get insight into what you're listening to on a day-to-day basis. There's music a lot blast. I've honestly i don't listen to much. But a deafening blast lately because that's a california local so i begun a little bit more into that seed of supporting california artisan Wing artists lms larvae. Army for sure gideon's probably a or give you on it but parliament favorite artist right now. Justin bieber's well. He just dropped project was good. We had a conversation about that off. German yeah now michigan. Who is your top underground artists. I wanna i wanna provide the opportunity. I love making things happen. I love making introductions. Like that's the one thing that fuels my fire of like seeing who. I can introduce the who and i'm curious to know like who's an underground artists that you know you're in love with the music. It could be a bigger school boko. It could be anybody really But i'd love to kind of exposure to a little guy. Asides s honor talking because over one hundred thousand is not under one hundred thousand dollars. Definitely not mess thinkers. I know right like the you to get rid of the biased Somebody that's really talented. That doesn't get their sect. But they will soon because they're gonna come up with some really cool in the future you injuries to his name's Yup just nate wusa. We're actually rebranding him. I need to get another call against election. So he's gone by nate in t. Which is a really unique spelling of his name and You know. I was actually introduced him through his father. I connected with his father through twitter and it was a really weird enter ends a weird way to be introduced to a client and from there. I just saw something in the kid. And so yes super excited to see what happens between you and ham and then what happens with his music. New ford great kid would follow him at just Just in adt anyways dude. Working people find you instagram. At noble one the number official twitter saint handle noble onslaught of. You can't find it. Look up a song. Main hollywood ever youtube at wellesley I love it. I love it will do. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your night to do this. Podcast yovany like closing where you want to say anything. Any last word of wisdom coming from a twenty three year old speaks like ninety to stay underground every day No you wanna be motivated. Wake of a purpose and love it. I love it love. It will guys be on the lookout for another episode of chase. Division with is mashburn coming this monday during an episode every monday. Every friday doing interviews at least once a month haven't determined to determine if i'm going to be doing one or two a month but regardless bunch of amazing content and be on the lookout for some exciting exciting things much less..

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"chase" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"Just did his first masters tournament last week and got gold hollows doing masters we're doing like seniors aids. Probably pretty soon here eddie. Hey it's not about who's good left yet. I didn't know he did a massive. I forget how old he is because he doesn't see you know he. I forget how long he's been a black bill because he doesn't see at all to me. Eyeglass bryant yeah on you know doesn't look as old as the way he walked you watch him walk. You're like dang that guys like sixty eight mile though is his. he's are blown out. He does have His acl on with bryant. He probably got no cartilage in his ankles. No tendons those guys don't tap to nothing below the waist and that you guys see his match i think was an adc against little Little tyrod solo. Yeah got him in the nasty knee bar and duty. It was so hyper extended. And he was just like not a flinch in the world like he was just how could have been drinking a cup of tea. I mean it was nasty. The news related to gumby so must be on their faces man like they just don't have a care in the world they just staring dead face their opponents crazy right since they even before they were black belt. You guys Chase you remember. When paulos having a little feud with gary tonen had a super fight match and gary paulo in a nasty foot lock and was just bending the crap out of it and i know. He wasn't walking after that match but saint think he did not grimness. Eat it in tap. He didn't panic he's just i got another. I got another league. You know insane. And that he i would not be surprised if he practices some sort of mental mind training as well. You know what i mean you gotta be. You gotta have a iron mind to be able to power through that and continue with the manji. You know to me. His body's telling tony i'm just a tap or lego. He's done it. No ten even have the speaking on that other of fighting through adversity. Can you think of a match that you've been in where you've been like maybe down on points you're just talking right now about being extra tired. You're in pain Maybe a joint gun hyper-extended in training or in a previous match and your time is low and you needed to make something happen. Can you think a match come to mind where you were. The where the cards were stacked against you Yeah fought a couple of times on some her ankles actually at the grappling have badges one. The guy the guy there. Daniel cavazos His name he cracked my home..

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"chase" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"Welcome to another episode. You debt coast to coast the podcast talks about what's important on and off the mat today. I'm joined bouma boys. Eighty and fossil. What playboys how's your can go on so far do a great man just chilling. I'm ready to get into his interview. Supercenter have you guys will be with you guys and have chase on tonight so we'll go ahead and then through. Its eddie eddie. How you doing the think we lost him any. We'll be back. we'll just keep going for old. So there he is there you go. You might go there dude. Should serve my microphone. And i'm gonna put it wherever the heck i want you doing any. I'm doing good. I'm doing good at a good weekend. Taught some tie To the kids did a little hiking and got some drinks with the wife and now with my homies. Doing a podcast i am. I'm excited to interview chase happen to your students gloves in glue and in broken glass before you guys started punching. It's kids class. Oh honey and gummy bears. I now okay. all right. got workup to that. That's gotta let go for that. Should it should be rock. Candy fucked up with gummy worms on kenny. That desert life is hard to do because robbers just gonna be eating all the gummy worms off a different techniques for different fighters. Yeah hardcore her. Well not only. Am i happy to be joined by eighty and afonso but also we're also super lucky to have super b. j. j. competitor and brown bell extraordinaire chase sosa. Joining us all the way from san marcos texas chase. How you doing today brother. Thank you so much for joining us. Yes thank you guys for having me. I'm doing well. Not cracking a beer. Like no phone zone at ten. Am but i am doing over here. To three hours is three three hours ahead of us. You should. you should be on your fourth panels. That coming up. I definitely have the second sitting with me on the interview. Nogi passes up coming but Doing man i'm doing good man. I appreciate avenue for having me so glad you had a little bit of time. Come up on here and share your story with us. The we know you're super busy. You just mentioned you. You got nogi pants coming up. It seems like you're competing almost every week and brother so Like we said super glad you took a little bit of time out of your day to join us. We do have some questions if you don't mine and every interview we have on here. Doesn't matter if it's an instructor a doctor or a lawyer or someone who competes. We always ask this question. What is your all time favorite martial arts movie and why we've had karate kid we've had blood bloodsport we've had What other answers have. We gotten kickboxer now. We haven't had that one. I don't think we've had a old males on some of the answers. We've had in the steel magnolias notebook. Eighties classic.

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"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"chase" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"Wow two years. In and fifty episodes down chased the vision with isaac mashburn is off with momentum. Yes i started this podcast back in june of two thousand nineteen underneath a different name. Way back then it was called the hustler's choice podcast and then i revamped it. I switched it up. I refocused and here. We are today in two thousand and twenty one with an entirely different name and an entirely different vision and drive but the message at the end of the day is still very very similar. So guys welcome to a very special episode to dan. What are we talking to you about leadership. Now i've recently been fortunate enough to expand the team of mashreq ventures Public relations firm. That i'm running. But i launched last year and i've brought on a bunch of new people. Yes of expanded the team to eleven people strong have a couple of more physicians that i'm looking to bring people on who see the vision and the topic of leadership really came up to me because i'm at a point right now to where before i was leading myself and the company that was growing in building but now that i'm bringing people on board i have to lead other people and it seems to me like leadership is a topic that many people do not necessarily understand. They think that leadership is about being a boss. They think that leadership is about giving orders barking orders than it's simply not true. That is not the case. And i'm going to be diving into some of the misconceptions about leadership and how to be an effective leader. And before i go into that. I want to go ahead and ask for a favor if you get any from this episode and this is from every single episode that you listen to of this podcast please share with a friend. This is how we grow organically. I've noticed the numbers have been growing up. The numbers have been spiking. An eye and hear to believe that you guys are spreading the word and i appreciate that. A value that tremendously and the skies ultimately the podcast. I'm going to bring on my first guest in over a year and a half for the next couple of episodes..

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