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Fresh update on "conley" discussed on John Landecker

John Landecker

00:48 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "conley" discussed on John Landecker

"Will backhand the fuckin behind the net there to get it. Glendenning Ernie in front in a point blank shot turned out of there by Lincoln and Herbie. Dr you all the way to center, right? Leaving lost the puck now taken back by the Red Wings Ernie into the hot zone near the left point, We'll swing it down the boards in behind the net cut in the far corner by Keith who kicks it free. He could have been guilty of holding the stick of Val Terry Filppula, but this escapes The viewpoint of both referees now keep passing the puck ahead Wing blue Line taken away by Val Terry Filppula. He flips it back into the Detroit zone, stature clearing and ahead Marana center ice on the left wing will dump the puck down to the corner Hawk's own teeth in to get it. Send it around the left wing to Kuba leak. Moving in across the rink, Conley and over the wing line, right wing side made a drop pass picked up by her ship. Her shut down.

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NBA-leading Jazz deal Thunder seventh straight loss, 106-96

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

NBA-leading Jazz deal Thunder seventh straight loss, 106-96

"The Utah Jazz rallied from a big early deficit to post a one oh six ninety six win over the Oklahoma City thunder Rudy Gobert had fourteen rebounds thirteen points plus seven blocked shots as the jetro by seventeen points in the first quarter but stormed back to lead by as many as twenty five in the fourth volume by Donna which led the jazz in scoring with twenty three points while Donovan Mitchell added twenty two George Liang had eighteen points and ten rebounds and Mike Conley passed out fourteen assists against Dordt scored a career high forty two points for the thunder who dropped their seventh straight game I'm Jim Bernard

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Jazz beat Kings 128-112, extend home winning streak to 24

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Jazz beat Kings 128-112, extend home winning streak to 24

"The jazz extended their team record home winning streak to twenty four games is Donovan Mitchell scored fourteen of his season high forty two points in the fourth quarter of their one twenty eight one twelve decision over the kings Mitchell tallied is eighteen thirty point games this season his ability to penetrate the lane on almost every possession powered at nineteen four run in the fourth quarter Mitchell scored forty one thirty seven and forty two points in his last three games Mike Conley had twenty six points and Joe Ingles added twenty for you time the R. five scored thirty points and Rashaan homes at twenty five to lead the kings who have lost six in a row I'm the ferry

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What Do Habits Have To Do With Dating?

Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

01:56 min | Last week

What Do Habits Have To Do With Dating?

"Robyn Conley Downs. My umbrella brand is real food whole life and then I have a book that feel good effect wage and a podcast the feel-good affect. My specialty is easy simple habits for health and happiness and that whole life piece that you mentioned. That's the connection so dead. We need habits in order to have a whole life and most of us go about habits the wrong way frankly and we overcomplicate things. We focus our attention on the things that do matter and then we end up in the same spot. We were under what's wrong and often we beat ourselves up for it and it's not really our fault. It's really the approach that's not working. So one of the parts of the feel-good pap roach in our method is something called the eighty-twenty rule and that's what you were mentioning so I can talk more about that but that's kind of the overview of like why habits and what does that have anything to do with dating and it's really like, okay. What are we doing in our daily life that is moving the needle toward the results that we're looking for, right? I love it. When were you talking to me about before we got on the something affect? Yeah, so creative principle and the eighty-twenty rule, right? Yeah. Yeah, so you may have heard of this before. O's principle. It's actually concept that is several like over a hundred years old it was dead. Bye and it's old Italian guy that he looked around and he thought okay. This is really interesting. It looks like 20% of the actions are actually yielding to eighty percent of the results wage. I mean this has been shown over and over in business and real estate in pretty much anything that you can measure what you think. Is that everything counts, but really it's a small percentage of our habits and actions that took out so that's always something I'm trying to help people learn is like, okay, it's it feels like overwhelming and that you have to learn everything under the sun and do a perfectly all the time but really almost always it's 20% of our actions that are using the results

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Ep. 386 Being the Best Version of Yourself - burst 2

Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

05:33 min | Last week

Ep. 386 Being the Best Version of Yourself - burst 2

"Teach him how to ban birth date for a lifetime or maybe not a lifetime cuz you'll find the one right away and then you'll stop dating, you know to be married, but you know what? I mean? I am Christian from Christian and chill, and I am the banter Queen. I teach guys how to charm more than just the socks off of women, and if you're struggling and conversation if you're getting ghosted if you're never hearing back if you're never ever getting the results that you deserve get me up at Crystal. And she'll want to know the hidden meaning behind what women say and do then check out the Chicktionary. It's the wing girl methods manual that gives you a full run-down of all the things women say they confuse men written in dictionary format go get a copy of the dictionary by going to wing girl method, That's fine. If you like what you're listening to and you want dating tips and strategies directly from me. Then you can get in touch with me by shooting me a text to the number 310-299-9139 clients of mine had personal access to me but now because so many guys ask my personal help regularly. I'm building a private bath texting Community where I answer your questions give you killer tips and just make your dating life smoother and easier than ever before even if you're not to stating and you're married I can help you with that too so long Shoot me a text at 310-299-9139. I really look forward to hearing from you. All right text you soon coming up on this week's episode of the ask women podcast. I'm not really even sure how to phrase this correctly. But what we're going to teach you this week is how to really hone in on the best parts of you so that you can show them properly to the women around you but more importantly they can help you become the best version of your life cuz he won't be clouded by all this other BS that's floating around you that you're think you're supposed to do. So we're going to teach you how to find that 20% that is going to make you a cake as man with women and with your cellphone. Keep listening. Hey guys, welcome to Pig. Ask women podcast today on our show. We have Robin downs from Real Food whole life, but we're not gonna be talking about food today with Thursday. We're going to be talking to her about really a whole dating life and how to have a whole dating life using only 20% of the things. You actually needed my saying that even correctly. I'm actually gonna have you explain it more correctly than me cuz this is your area of expertise. But like why don't you introduce yourself and tell people what we're going to be talking about today? Cuz I try to wrap my head around it. But yeah, but you know the expert in this area, so I want to hear how you describe it. Yeah. Well, I'm Robyn Conley Downs. My umbrella brand is real food whole life and then I have a book that feel good effect wage and a podcast the feel-good affect. My specialty is easy simple habits for health and happiness and that whole life piece that you mentioned. That's the connection so dead. We need habits in order to have a whole life and most of us go about habits the wrong way frankly and we overcomplicate things. We focus our attention on the things that do matter and then we end up in the same spot. We were under what's wrong and often we beat ourselves up for it and it's not really our fault. It's really the approach that's not working. So one of the parts of the feel-good pap roach in our method is something called the eighty-twenty rule and that's what you were mentioning so I can talk more about that but that's kind of the overview of like why habits and what does that have anything to do with dating and it's really like, okay. What are we doing in our daily life that is moving the needle toward the results that we're looking for, right? I love it. When were you talking to me about before we got on the something affect? Yeah, so creative principle and the eighty-twenty rule, right? Yeah. Yeah, so you may have heard of this before. O's principle. It's actually concept that is several like over a hundred years old it was dead. Bye and it's old Italian guy that he looked around and he thought okay. This is really interesting. It looks like 20% of the actions are actually yielding to eighty percent of the results wage. I mean this has been shown over and over in business and real estate in pretty much anything that you can measure what you think. Is that everything counts, but really it's a small percentage of our habits and actions that took out so that's always something I'm trying to help people learn is like, okay, it's it feels like overwhelming and that you have to learn everything under the sun and do a perfectly all the time but really almost always it's 20% of our actions that are using the results which helps us are having the biggest impact. Yes. Yeah. Okay. So let's do this towards our dating life because I know that what we talked about on the show. I mean, this is like our 370 episode, right? There's a lot of content and for some guys they're just like consuming consuming consuming making habit after habit after habit, but they may not really be focusing on one thing. The most impactful like our goal is to give them content that does have that kind of effect on their lives and dating life. But how do people

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Doncic's 31 points pace Mavs over NBA-leading Jazz 111-103

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Doncic's 31 points pace Mavs over NBA-leading Jazz 111-103

"Look at dodges scored thirty one points and Dorian Finney Smith added a season high twenty three is the maverick stop Utah's nine game winning streak one eleven one oh three Jaylen Brunson scored twenty points for the mavs led by as many as eighteen in their season high fifth win in a row Dallas won for the first time in three games versus Utah this season despite Kristaps porzingis the Mavericks number two scorer leading rebounder sitting out with a sprained right wrist Mike Conley scored twenty eight points to lead the jazz who fell to an NBA best thirty eight and twelve I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bird strike forces Utah Jazz team plane to make an emergency landing

ESPN Radio

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Bird strike forces Utah Jazz team plane to make an emergency landing

"Utah Jazz top team in the West. Top team in the NBA playing the Grizzlies on the road in Memphis on Wednesday and just being in Memphis seemed like a victory. Their team plane had to make an emergency landing shortly after takeoff on Tuesday when the plane ran into trouble after flying into a flock of birds. But They made it to Memphis. There's a ball game. You can't pick and roll with. Go back, Push it up the right hander and gets it back. Redeeming himself for 22, Mike Conley, Jazz by 61 of 5. 99 stop in a bucket. You got it. Now go bear pit. They work the pick and roll low left hand dribble in the pocket. Step back Jumper by Conley. Yes, you can. There. Be wrong. Mike Conley and the Jazz are up. Six time out. Taylor Jenkins 95 7 The Zone Jazz win it. 1 11. What does seven in Memphis there seven consecutive victory longest active win streak in the NBA. They are an NBA best 36 11 this season. It's their best record through 47 games. In franchise history. Mike Conley had 26 points, seven assists in the wind. He's just happy to be there. Hey, what happened on yesterday's flight for good for good 10 15 minutes. I'll make up almost on that flight word question. If we were gonna be here today, you know, so that was that's how serious it was for us and Asked me for everybody, but I know that you guys were text trying to text family and just just in case you know it was that kind of situation and we're just thrilled and thankful for the pilots and the staff and what they were able to do to get us. Back home safely and They got a lot of us were shook up. Obviously. No, You don't. Just go, You know, go through something like that and get back on the planning and had to go play a game again. So but put perspective on life for all of us and Like I said, We're just all thankful to be here and doing what we love to do that like a lot

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The Utah Jazz extend their Home Game win streak

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Utah Jazz extend their Home Game win streak

"Took advantage of a depleted Brooklyn Nets team to run the home win streak to 17 games with the 1 18 88 victory. Nets without all stars Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving and the Jazz wasted no time jumping to a 21 point first quarter lead. Donovan Mitchell led Utah with 27 points. We've had instances um in my time here where we've played, you know differently because guys have been out, you know, and I think tonight really showed the mental fortitude we had throughout the entire game to contain it, Toe. Keep your foot on the pedal. Boy, Um Bogdanovich and Mike Conley and at 18 points apiece for the Jazz, while Alyssa Johnson, making the most of a 10 Day contract led the Nets with 23 points and 15 rebounds. I'm Jim Bernard.

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Mitchell scores 27, Jazz rout short-handed Nets 118-88

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mitchell scores 27, Jazz rout short-handed Nets 118-88

"And that's without all stars Kevin Durant James harden and curry Irving and the jazz wasted no time jumping to a twenty one point first quarter lead Donovan Mitchell led Utah with twenty seven points we've had a system in my time here where we've played you know differently because guys have been out you know and I think tonight really showed the mental fortitude we had throughout the entire game to continue to to keep my foot on the pedal boy am I gonna mention Mike Conley added eighteen points apiece for the jazz well I was a Johnson making the most of a ten day contract led the nets with twenty three points and fifteen rebounds I'm Jim Bernard

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Washington, DC man arrested after avoiding traffic stop, ramming police vehicles

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | Last month

Washington, DC man arrested after avoiding traffic stop, ramming police vehicles

"Wild police chase occurred in Arlington last night. A man from the district is now in jail in Arlington County after allegedly ramming a Virginia state trooper's vehicle. State police saying a trouper trying to stop 28 41 year old Aaron Connolly, as he drove south on I 3 95 the true percent. Conley made multiple unsafe lane changes. Connolly allegedly better way, troopers say when they surrounded his car. He rammed one of their vehicles, then spent onto eighth Street and ram or state police cars, a fence and three parked vehicles before finally coming to a stop. He had to be forcibly removed

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John Connolly, former Boston FBI agent, to be released from a Florida prison

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

John Connolly, former Boston FBI agent, to be released from a Florida prison

"From prison for a disgraced FBI agent connected with mobster Whitey Bulger. Ask and you shall receive 80 year old John Conley requested a medical release from President Florida. Now the Florida Commission on Offender Review has said yes by a vote of 2 to 1. For years, Conley was the FBI's handler of notorious mobster Whitey Bulger, and he was convicted in 2000 and eight on charges related to the killing of world highlight President John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale. Way back in 1982. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison. That's not happening. Under the terms of his medical release, Conley is supposed to stay in a specified residents or a hospice facility. But it's not present. Carl

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Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Boston mobster Bulger seeks release

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Boston mobster Bulger seeks release

"40 year prison sentence for alerting mobster Whitey Bulger that he could be implicated in a mob murder wants to be released from prison on medical grounds. John Conlee will ask the Florida Commission on Offender Review Wednesday. To release him. Huntley's lawyer, telling The Boston Herald. His 80 year old client has melanoma and diabetes. Conley was convicted back in 2008. Of second degree murder after a mob hit man killed world highlight President John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale trial evidence showed Conley tipped off Bulger. The Callahan was about to implicate the gang in another killing. 6

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Gobert shines as Utah Jazz rally past New York Knicks 108-94

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Gobert shines as Utah Jazz rally past New York Knicks 108-94

"Make it nine straight wins for the jazz following a one a week ninety four come back over the Knicks Utah trailed by fifteen in the first half and didn't take control until a twenty to three run in the fourth quarter we go there to liberty eighteen points nineteen rebounds and four blocks to his lots of shows in the first half you know and we could have done a better job but we it's not like we're breaking down defensively just do it just being tough shots from we fix that in the second half an hour and on the other hand we were able to knock down some shots because we ran out of additions Royce O'Neale chipped in twenty points while Mike Conley had nineteen seven rebounds and five assists Austin rivers paced the Knicks with twenty five points all in the first half I'm the ferry

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Biden replaces controversial White House physician with personal doctor

Tony and Dwight

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Biden replaces controversial White House physician with personal doctor

"President Biden is bringing into the White House is long time Dr, replacing the previous White House doctor who sparked controversy when President Trump got covert 19 president Biden has commissioned as his new White House physician, Dr Kevin O'Connor, who has served as his primary care doctor since 2009 O'Connor served 22 years in the Army and retired from the military following the Obama administration, but he continued as Biden's doctor. Connor replaces Dr Sean Conley, who sparked controversy after giving an incomplete and Rosie readout of President Trump's condition following his hospitalization with Kobe 19. Dr. Conley later said that his positive readout was trying to reflect the upbeat attitude of President Trump. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS

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Clarkson helps Jazz to 5th straight, beat Nuggets 109-105

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Clarkson helps Jazz to 5th straight, beat Nuggets 109-105

"Your draw held off a late Denver surge to defeat the nuggets one oh nine one oh five good for its fifth straight win six jazz scored in double digits among them Mike Conley with fourteen some games the energy is low and it's tough to tough to grab grab it and find it and what this is one of those nice we just you know figured out along the way the northwest division leaders were up by eight with two twenty five left a Jamal Murray three pointer made it one oh seven one oh five with seven point six seconds to go but Rudy go bears sealed the game with a last second dunk the coli Oakridge topped all scorers with thirty five but it came in a loss to a Utah team that is now seven into on the road Bruce Morton Denver

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What To Tell Kids When The News Is Scary

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

03:42 min | 3 months ago

What To Tell Kids When The News Is Scary

"Auntie whether it's a tornado or a terrorist attack whether the kids heard about it on the internet or on the playground six takeaways to help you and the little people in your life make sense of a world that can feel really overwhelming takeaway number one. We can control the amount of information we can control the amount of exposure rosemary. Says for starters trying to let your kids watch or listen or browse the news without you and try not to stream it or leave it plan on the background all day long because my parents had twenty four hour news just kind of on around the house throughout the day. I absorbed more news as a child. I probably should have. Molly lewis is one of the many folks who share their story with us. She was six years old when the one thousand nine hundred six murder investigation of jonbenet ramsey was getting wall to wall coverage. Joe ramsey and i were pretty much exactly the same age and i knew that murder was a thing but i had assumed up to that point that murder was just a thing between adults and suddenly i was learning that children could also be murdered. And what's worse. That could be murdered in their homes. Potentially by someone that very much trusted my gosh. That is such a heavy thing for a six year old absolutely and i mean but it's going to happen if kids much time with content. That's not meant for them. And i remember corey a couple of years ago. Common sense media reported that forty percent of parents of young children say the television is on always or most of the time in their home whether anyone's watching are not forty-two percent. Yeah yeah appearance of kids under eight right. Yes without realizing right. So it's pretty common. So i asked his about this. So concretely. should we have news on in the background when our young winner kids. Young kids are around. That's probably a good rule of thumb. Because you can't control you can't control these breaking stories which are always breaking so that's priority number one. But what if you did your best and your child's still sees or over here's something on playground or online. Yeah i mean you. And i both know when you can get a little older. You cannot control everything in here and so something's gonna come up. It's going to upset them. They're going to have questions and you're going to need to talk about it with exactly and that leads us to take away number two when you do have that conversation with your child about something. They've seen or heard that scared them. You need to begin by asking them what they know tear conley. The media researcher says to choose a quiet moment when the phones are down the. Tv's off maybe on the way to school allowing them to have that space where they're asking questions about what they're seeing how they're feeling and what do they think who they think. The story is talking about basically giving kids espace to reflect and she said this also gives them permission to bring up something that may really been bothering them. Also asking what kids already know. It's really important first step because anybody who has kids knows that kids often will develop these wild misconceptions when they don't know the full story and they have very little background knowledge and very little understanding of the wider world to help them here right like alison docker really warfare. Involved like hairy apes or the story from emily pro cop from connecticut. When the monica lewinsky scandal happened. I sincerely thought the whole thing was in the news because she got a stain on her dress. I was terrified that any stain. I may get on my clothes would end up being the laughing stock of my middle school. Die still get an uneasy feeling when i'm at a party and spill anything on my dress. I feel so badly for emily. That sounds

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Creek Fire forces Christmas Eve evacuations north of San Diego

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Creek Fire forces Christmas Eve evacuations north of San Diego

"Orders now evacuation warnings in the North County for the creek Fire Camp Pendleton, But someone based still not going back home. I'm Jack Cronin in the cocoa newsroom this in Christmas. He was the fire that started last night just before midnight. But can Pendleton force you? Some 7000 evacuations near Fallbrook as well. Those have been changed much of them to evacuation warnings instead of evacuation orders. There is an evacuation points at Fallbrook High School. That's operating is a drive thru service but up at Camp Pendleton, the commander, They're saying that they're still working on back, loading some of the fires, making sure the winds don't shift will do the control burn. They started that off to lose road that will sweep to the north and hopefully burnout that area. Well, neither one of the housing areas is threatened right. Now, Adam an abundance of caution. In other words, we don't know what the winds are going to do. We don't want to put folks in wind shifts and then we've got really bad problems. So that's why we can't do it right now. Let's show Dan Conley is saying that the base housing in the area is still impacted as they work on controlled burns throughout the rest of the area. President

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Resilience When Your Dream is Taken Away  Sean Conley  The Point After - burst 14

A New Direction

05:05 min | 4 months ago

Resilience When Your Dream is Taken Away Sean Conley The Point After - burst 14

"When i say like i didn't want to go on my own terms it was there was another element of like i had in my mind how it was all supposed to go so i was supposed to be in the nfl. Let's say ten or fifteen years. I'm going to get married. I'm gonna have this family. I'm gonna. I'm gonna make enough money were after. Nfl career ends. I do whatever i want. And so i think that was became so ingrained in me when it was all of a sudden rug was pulled out that i just a again it was. It was a moment going back like paralyze yet this time. Now being older. And they're being more stakes in that the actual dream being over i was. I was paralyzed for quite a while and it took me. You know. I think a few years mentally to be able to get beyond it. You know and i think he was because everything was supposed to go to. This plan and the plane didn't go that way that it just it just it just it just came crashing down and just didn't know what to do next and so i. I spun wheels for a while and the hardest part was like the regret where i would just start to replay my career thinking. Oh if i were done this i would still be playing like. Let's say i would have been trained as much. My i would still be playing. Or let's say this team draft me instead of the lions than i. i could still be the nfl. So i i went through that for a while thinking of all these different things. If this one little thing would happen different. Still be in there. So i that was. That was a couple years of going through that. Until i was able to to to move on from that. Look if you were to give somebody some advice you know. That's lost their dream now looking back in a different way and if you could get somebody some advice about listen and know you lost dream okay. Maybe i didn't handle it the right way. Let me tell you. How if i were to do this over. Hi my handle at different. What would you say to them. Yeah i i. I would just say that every moment that you know that we're spending looking at this door that's been shut in our face that were missing opportunities to do something else like i. I've seen this quote out there before like you know we spent all this time you know staring at the door that we're we're we're we're missing something else out there like staring at the door staring at the door students and that was me. I just stared at this door for for years of what of this. You know this dream. That i had that was supposed to go certain way that i was missing all these other opportunities that i could go on. I think also the other thing that i think make sense now to. I'm glad now looking back to my career was a short as it was. Because i was able to then move-on and you know find other careers that were so much more fulfilling than than the nfl. Which i thought was like the greatest but now looking back. It wasn't like you find what i do now. And other jobs. I've had since then have given me given me even more fulfillment but it's it's it's that being locked onto like this is how it's supposed to be this. How supposed to be. It's it's just. It wasn't good for my health. And about how i was just stuck with their you know and it hurt me. You know my body wasn't beat a physically. Like how it affected my mind. How i just thought life was over but it was. Just you know looking back now. Is just a waste of time to think that it affected your relationships too right. I mean i. It wasn't just the big was everybody i think. That's i think that's the thing that people miss in that whole that whole thing is that You know that you know it doesn't it does take its toll on you but also taking its toll on everybody because and does my wife. Karen was like always. She's always been like my biggest support. But now i look back and you know she had to like be my therapist after that and i think back in like wow that w- wasted so much of her time for her saying. Hey it's okay. You know that you know you're an nfl player at all work that well but i look back and how like selfish. That is for for me to have had to have her do that and she did it willingly. Like that's like that's like the she is but like that to to to have had to have her put all that time and effort like help. Help me move on. You know was was was really not necessary and i. I wish i would have moved on quicker. And it's all like water. The bridge now. And but um but now nowadays like when something doesn't go right like in our business or life like you know. I still look back to those days. Where i held onto the past too long and just try to move quicker forward. You know whenever as soon as possible. Now there's still like all these processing that'll happen. But i i try to shorten that at processing time

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"conley" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"conley" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

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"conley" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"conley" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Think it's really cool yet. I think there's something special in whether it's patriots or just being any anything surrounding someone who or a group of people who've been doing art for a while and you have people that trust you to continue doing that and it's just such a different relationship than with i think the people who are your sharing your art with then something that's really really pop like sensational Like it's just huge and at some point. That's very disconnected from I mean i guess everyone has like people who are fans over time even obviously very large people but you also see the flash in the pan and kind of huge things happen to where someone had you know selling millions of records and their their next record like cells under a thousand or something like right. Yeah and you. And i both been in situations where you know. We've never had this huge success but we've had and enjoyed in built up Like a family of people who are all like even without something like patron there becomes a grouping of of people who are sharing a journey together. And it's really beautiful. Yeah it's awesome. Yeah it's really cool. Feels like it definitely feels like a family. And that's one of my favorite parts about this the patron journeys like i feel really connected like making friends and like in your you wind up realizing that you're also similar you know that's why you connect It's been awesome. I feel like. I definitely feel like i don't. I haven't felt as isolated because we started this patron basically like right when we were planning on starting at right when all this happen. And so so every of this. I've had a lot of great experiences connecting with the ball. Even though we're all isolated Have not felt alone. Just.

"conley" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

06:47 min | 5 months ago

"conley" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Hey buddy what's up dude dude. I like your setup in there. Thank you thank you. It's pretty funky studio that's awesome. How are you good to see you. Man i'm good good. I start out every show asking people. I don't think i warned you. I tried to warn people. What would give you a deep sense of wonder when you were a kid. That's a great question. I think just like the the the world i mean. I grew up on a farm and Laid that was like way out of the way it was totally in the in the sticks. And i was an only child and my parents worked all the time so far away so i was like left alone on this farm like all the time and this is a long time ago. So were kids were left alone back And like so and it was like a really bit a big farms. One hundred over one hundred and fifteen acres which is really pretty big. And so i could. I would just like roam the woods and stuff and out with the animals and liquid sheep and pigs and cats and dogs and stuff and in a A donkey in moose and it was just like really idyllic and like really beautiful so it'd be like nature itself know the trees and like the blue sky and and then i think like people people is the fifth part of life that like. I just can't figure. I just don't know what the hell to do. I can't figure it out i'm still. I'm still most comfortable all by myself. Yeah which i think is hard. When you're a guest as a musician you do have a decent amount of time to be alone but then you all are confronted with a lot of people all time i. I never got accustomed to that. It's like you were very young when that begin for. Yeah yeah how you in Canceled out came out sixteen times seventeen when we recorded it. In by the time it came out i was eighteen. Okay so it's like senior year of high school recorded in the winter. Break pretty pretty on. And then you know how it is on tori never alone your always your wit twenty four hours a day for like months. You're with with people. How do you. How do you deal with that really out there in the world. I mean. I don't really know i feel like this whole time. Being home is sort of a revelation. Because i haven't been home this long since leaving high school and hitting the road like right away so And i realize like a couple of months into this. This is the longest. I've been home in in like my entire life since leaving school and it felt really feels really good. Feels good to be in one place and So i'm grateful for that that aspect while this so i guess to answer your question. I'm not really sure if. I ever figured that out out of stay like i dunno balanced in the midst of like the sea of people and cities and stuff. Yeah i feel like kind of interesting. I feel like your new newest record. It has like It doesn't have like an alone feeling and all like it feels very much like it's always kind of frenetic and in the midst of people in moving in my life. It's totally about my life on the road. It's about the entire lick adventure. Journeys says the day. That's like whereas i was just sort of reflecting on all that was writing one us like one. The first song that came out of the writing experience was the opening track. Save the self titled open. The saves the day theme song basically and i remember sitting in our bass player rodriguez apartment when i was writing. Now's like this is so weird but one of my favorite songs ever as wilko's song wilco on their album wilco. I don't know if you've heard it but it's like a wilco theme song in they're like you know if you're having a bad day just put on the headphones will be there and i. I love that song. I think it's a really really cool song. So i was just like oh cool. Braiding theme song rad. And then all every story that came came up as i was like sitting there just feeling feeling for the the the spirit of the where all these stories about being in the band and stuff so yeah i think i i've written so much about my own personal experience now like this isolated sad kid so just sorta like writing. I don't know why those things surfaced now but that's different kinds of experiences was just. That's all in the kind of the door to that. Well i was and then the next song was the second song on the album. Like the lyrics came as i was writing the like the melody and i was driving home and the melody popped into my head race home to record it and then the words just popped out as i was writing. It's a really short song just and it's like talking about writing a song and so the whole experience was very like meta. Yeah and then the next song that blake sort of came out of the process. Was this song. I wrote for is sort of like a sonic. It's got a lot song almost for the other original members as brian newman. Because he's the person like pulled me into this entire experience he found out. I learned to play guitar over the summer between seventh and eighth grade Come down and so it's like a thank you note to him and then so the songs were just writing themselves like that. I mean the way that i write is like i've sort of like like i'm not consciously sitting there thinking i should write about this or that like listening for lions that's Emerge from this whatever subconscious or whatever with the muses or whatever they used to calm are you and you just go at that are usually writing.

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"conley" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

02:35 min | 5 months ago

"conley" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

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"conley" Discussed on You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

05:01 min | 5 months ago

"conley" Discussed on You Need a Budget

"Stop patrick jack. Get out of debt and save more money a lot of the time what. We're facing something very large. We're talking about big behavior. Change big strides in making an having a lasting big financial impact on us. Perhaps on our kids and maybe even leaving a legacy along with that today. I am pleased to tell you that. I have with me. Prerecorded author robin conley downs. She is well. you know what. Let me don't let me let me just make this. Let me just read your bio. Because the interview the follows is impressive. So more on just one moment. Robin conley downs is a speaker. Educator entrepreneur podcast and author of the feel good effect. Reclaim your wellness by creating small shifts. That create big change within a master's degree in education with an emphasis in behavior change and four years of public and health change at the doctoral level. Her work taps into cutting edge. Science around psychology neuroscience. Mindfulness and habits. She was recently named one of the most influential women in wellness. She believes that small shifts in thinking and action create big change in life. I love that. Small shifts in action and thinking can create big changes in life. So well i will say one thing the part that we get to where you think about your self talk versus how you would talk to a friend. That alone was Killer and i've caught myself in recent days doing just that to myself. So without further ado robin finally downs. My name's robyn. And i am so excited about this particular conversation. Actually because i have not been on a podcast talking about the relationship with mindset habits to money and budgeting and that whole areas. I'm really excited to dive in that too. That with you today My my parents actually started in professionally. Most more than twenty years ago and by training was in people. I i did a degree in political science and then i added this emphasis in behavior change so happy ball create a maintain habits and the interventions around that so i.

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How Sabans Absence Will Affect Georgia vs. Alabama

ESPN Daily

04:56 min | 6 months ago

How Sabans Absence Will Affect Georgia vs. Alabama

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

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"conley" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"conley" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Thanks for pressing play. This is Christopher lockhead. Follow your different. The number one odd cast for people who appreciate real different conversations shins about business marketing and life on this episode a super powerful conversation about life design and particularly midlife midlife design. And you know frankly wherever you are in life. I think you're gonNA find this a powerful fascinating conversation because we continue our run of legendary authors auto owners on this episode ship Conley. He was the founder of Joie de Vivre hospitality which is the second largest operator of Boutique. Hotels tells the United States. He started the company at Twenty six years of age back in nineteen eighty seven and he held the CEO position for nearly twenty four years until until Until he sold the company and then Interestingly enough after that you know what do you do as a second act. If you're a hugely successful hotel honor Berm. He ended up joining. What at the time was a pretty unknown? Startup called AIRBNB to help the young founders of AIRBNB navigate the gate their growth and create a whole new travel category. And of course that's what they were able to do on this episode. We talk about why chip thinks that people need a midlife reset. Listen especially for. What ship calls his emotional equation? And there's a ton more here based on chips new book the wisdom at work that I think you're gonNA love go to lockhead dot com. Check out the show notes and key takeaways for this episode and I also want to say a special. Thank you to my my friend. Sybil Klein Michael for connecting chip. And I- thanks so much symbol now. In Japan athletic brand a-6 needed ERP software system system to help drive growth throughout Asia. And that's why they turned to my friends at nets. We'd from Oracle you see six needed to move quickly to create a complete business system system for their sales operations in India in Singapore and they needed. ERP An earpiece suite that could be managed without the help of an IT department and an earpiece wheat was flexible enough to integrate with its corporate on premise financial software. And that's why they chose net sweet from Oracle Michael because net sweet is the number one cloud this business system. And that's we'd offers you a full picture of all of your finances in one place in real time.

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"conley" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"conley" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Get in the zone guys political zone power your what do you guys think about killary Hilton. Thanks for being on the show man to be this. Is Chris Introduction to suicide buddies and Hampton and a uh which is both good things but right off the top to be like soak. Hillary guys are GONNA WANNA go on YouTube. There's a lot of files on YouTube. Killary I just WanNa know your feeling. Yeah we also do a lot of Alex Jones impersonating on this. We're and and YOU'RE A follower of Alex. Jones is no no of the man who thank you so much for being on the show. Thanks for hanging out again man. Yeah it's been a long long long time. It's been a minute Chris. I know each other from we linked up because you remember Christine introduced us. That's what it was. Yeah that's what it was. Yeah and then. I went to Chico on tour. and You did my old podcast terrify. You stated my studio totally in your bunk bed in the bunks do. Do you still have that. Yeah that's where the band stay cool. Yeah that's Great House Pico. Chico's fucking awesome dude. It's like blown up. I was crazy last. Cheer there's that the Campfire in burn down the town of Paradise that is like right above Chico so all of a sudden like overnight there's twenty thousand extra people Yes so there's there's a lot of this a lot more traffic in general but that also means that the town is like exponentially growing crazy. Yeah And so the trajectory for that is going to continue to rise. But it's all good stuff. It's such a great place living there and it's like college towns. Sounds Cool Shit. Oh Wow yeah. So it's good for business and stuff. Yeah is going to be like the new Silicon Valley. Yeah I stone it is a stone at all type of Bong yes exactly going to get a lot of investors. I like that. You're it's on the rat it is cool. It's a cool spot. I'm proud to be from their Lou. Live there at least it's cool but I've been there for sixteen years now. Wow is that is when the weather's Nice Shit Yeah. Did I tell you this by the way that I also love. Chico I love. I've now gone through there on tour like a bunch of times. Yeah it's a good scene actually comedy scene strong there. It's growing too and your big part of making that even even more more awesome awesome and cool in the wake of your shows people start booking more and more stuff oh loss yeah man do the last time I was By the way just just prefaces little. This story is going to be really really nice until the very end. Sick trigger warning sucks at the end. I WANNA WANNA stop listening. Cast if you're a little triggered by the R. Word Q. L. which the healer question making them. I don't question anything. Don't ever think you're busy by question so I guess yes. I just say that because I feel a little bad because I don't WanNa Talk Shit on Chico. Because it's not about that but it is such a funny story. I like one of the things. I love about Chico. Is it definitely feels like a a big community where everyone's in it together. Yeah yeah there's one there's like I feel a great lack of judgment while I'm there which is really nice. You sick actually actually yeah observation and so I had to leave for tour and my battery was dying but I like because of a bunch of things I had to just go I went to SF my car made it there and then the next stop was Chico and my car made it there. And then I like I had I had bought a battery and I was just driving around with a new battery in my car. I needed to get it installed and later I found out that it wasn't that hard heart and I could have easily gotten. I will in a Hyundai. There's a screw under it. It's like yeah. I was getting bullied and which is a perfect segue into the premise of the show but Anyway it is. It's a little harder okay. It is don't assume it's you know easy right then. Yeah it's way more difficult to your so I called like three mechanics and Chico and a couple of them were like yeah. We're going to booked up for a few days but if you come by maybe we could squeeze you and then the third one I called the guy was like what is it a battery and I was like. Yeah and he's like and you have the battery and I was like yeah and he was like dude. Just drive over. I'll do it. Whatever end showed up I told them all about it was after my show he was like? Oh Damn you're a comedian. And I was like yeah. And he's like wow I'll bet you like to refer a comedian is rough off money-wise Kinda gave me a bunch of snacks. A bunch of like soda. Shed knows he did it. He wouldn't let me pay him. He wouldn't even let me fuck in tip. Hit by a comedian. Yo Go by the hospital for an open source. Yeah Yeah and he was just so nice and kind and we're all packed up and I was ready to go and it was. I was like God. What a nice wonderful start to a tour? This is beautiful full and then right before I was leaving he was like. Can you believe those gay guys wanted to get a cake made for their wedding and I was like.

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"conley" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"conley" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Those are the only two buttons. I'm an oppressed. That's obviously Hampton. But man that's this bonus episode might make you overthrow the government say. Yeah should on here that I've been I don't know if you've heard any of the ringtones that I posted on our Patriot on expect. Some of that guys come. Check me out on the road. I'LL BE IN ATLANTA. Ah December Twelfth Being Wilmington December Thirteenth Fourteenth Wilmington North Carolina and then December Fifteenth Albeit Washington. DC The union stage. Come out to these shows get tickets at get tickets at Hampton yet dot com. I will be basically making fun. Line of rage against the machine. I have seen video recordings of my own shows and it is impressive. How much talk about music? especially sweet. I don't know why guys come out. Ask Me ask me why. That's an insult. How dare you being mis gendered the please please you guys? Check out the patriarch if you want more of this and get ready. Here's an ivy show in Chicago on December thirteenth important. Okay no Oh yeah I December thirteenth at north bar in Chicago tickets Dave Ross. Dot Com D. E. G. R. O. S.. And Yeah. Let's get to our interview with Chris come with it now. In Hillary Hillary. Let's get in the zone guys political zone power your what do you guys think about killary Hilton. Thanks for being on the show.

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"conley" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"conley" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"DJ DNA I have DJ DJ Brew something hip in a something happening. What are here here? How can say what's funny? Is that like. That's one of those songs is one of ten beautiful semi chill songs that our culture associates with like murdering Vietnamese people. Everybody stop now Vietnamese. Now everybody's running Vietnamese very weird. It's like think wait. Why are we in so many movies just casually fortunate one just like napalming villages and now it's like us like Cell Akia myself car up there? Heppner the seals on new Subaru's. That's what's happening here. Come on down. Everything is rude dealership. Everything gets muddied over the time and we'd like combine the Vietnam War with the protest music. Yeah we make movies of it now. It's fucked up dude. Yeah I mean in April is bad. You're listening to napalm buddies. I wonder why the boomer generation smoked up Naples. Bad Napalm is bad I was I think thank you and I were talking about this the other day on the phone out like I realized that one of the things that so fucked up about the boomer generation and one of the reasons we're Having a lot of trouble with them now is that they're the generation that marketing was invented during. Oh Yeah Lake money. Obviously there's been marketing and trying to sell stuff forever and people have tried to come up with marketing slogans but literally the concept of public relations was invented in the fifties. The first ever focus group happened in the fifties so like marketing at a high level high monetary level was invented. Then and so. They've all just and then they didn't have any context for it. They didn't have any information about what that does to the human brain so there are a whole generation of people that it just believed all the marketing because they didn't have any ability to not. Okay Zumur okay. I okay computer by Patio head. Good album now. I hear you and I believe that that's true. Well it's true that every generation basically asleep bison and sells out. I mean it's funny like someone corrected me on twitter but I'll just say like the boomer generation is the generation that came up or and really solidified the phrase don't trust anyone over thirty right and all that they did was got over the age of thirty and then we're like bought into advertising. I don't Shit it's my fucking like manifesting. I should have this this also just in every way if you look at it like they are yes yes. There are generation that says they took a bunch of drugs in question themselves but then they're also the generation that believed ads about. We'd there's a reason it's illegal. They're all like the culture around people that age are just like I don't know I didn't drop acid so my kid could smoke. Ah Dare Man so funny that we talk about dare in our interview in the second half with Chris Conley. Yeah on this show. uh-huh suicide buddies. Thank you for listening. I'm Dave Ross. I'm Hampton Young. This is a mental health comedy. podcast where we joke our way through the dark shit it and if this is your first time listening and you hear us make some dark jokes about depression or suicide and it's not because we take it lightly and yeah there are this week. Is Chris Conley from the band saves the day. It's kind of insane. Yeah we're both big fans of saves the day lives huddle my shirts. It's kind of what I wear on stage. The there's so many shots of me. Doing stand up. We're just wearing saves the day shirts that if he looked me up for even a second he would see how big of a fan. I am. Played it pretty cool. Yeah well actually. When I arrived at Hamptons House? There was a big banner that said Chris you saved my day and Aristotle how do I feel like Hampton. Maybe maybe he was too much. I'm like AF- bad family guys. You Know Me Guide to Georgia my wife. My wife Shagadellic my shagadellic. What is is this stupid? podcast it's older originally. I was like Oh my God. We're GONNA have Chris Conley for saves the day is going to be on the podcast. That's cool so what do you want to do for dinner. I was like yeah understand how I feel like this is like if we ANA did your podcast. It was like Oh my God. Kenji let me start a podcast. You she can be there. What is the name of podcast? Oh she stopped doing that. Okay it was bad padre rory okay and go check it out. How many episodes did you do before she coward it out so many I don't know it was only like conine or so bummer? Did and about no I think she was like. Let me figure something different out your no. I know sorry. I'm not trying to get your shit. I was just being dumb ass. I'm saying this because I know she listens apologizing to my wife mid podcast. You don't even need to apologize. Obviously Oh my God. I'm sorry everyone starts and ends things and whatever I don't give a fuck at all. No no now finish what you were saying. She's a coward my wife he's fucking Kauai Wife said Dumb slut you were saying your words Dave's Dave stop now. I've stopped talking to keep you in trouble. You have your word day. Now I'm no longer long-troubled make me say to me and I'm holding up Carson Silence. Violent let me was a lot of violence. Wow well we have. Chris Conley from Saves Day on the show. Oh the interview is so fun. He also brought a couple of friends who are so cool. It was great. I've known him for a while. It was cool to catch up. And then we're it's too bad that we should almost have recorded this after we go to the show Hampton and aristotle and I I have a suicide buddies field trip tonight. We're going to go see saves the day at the bootleg. I I can't make it. My Tummy hurts drip gaming. Yeah I mean we're going to be writing a review of the show show gesture so they better crush now. I'm so excited go. It is funny that our. I think it's the first ever like time signed. The three of us went out and did something out together specifically just the three of us and it's funny that we're going to see any man that was the last. The police ever saw of this suicidal buddies when suicide but he's become suicidal. That's our episode of unsolved mysteries listening to our biggest and they're just like come on. What are they gonNA do? They got EH. This was back in Bangor episode. Yeah I'm excited and you know what you guys be. The judge listen into this episode download and Subscribe Writer. Review joined the patriotic. If you want more bonus episodes Oh yeah that's right. We have a bonus episode of this week for five dollars patrons up and what we're literally going to be doing on a bonus episode is I got a new toy that I can't stop annoying. In Harris Harris donal with I call him Harris Donald because he got a haircut. Yeah I got a new toy..

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"conley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"conley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"This episode of the Mind Body podcast I'm so excited about today's guests ship Conley now if you have not yet chip Conley you have being the first step of the four steps going to outline of how do you become a great mentor is remembered Jimi Hendrix who knew that I was GonNa talk about Jimi Hendrix when I talked about mentorship but Jimmy Hendrix has a great quote from long ago he said knowledge speaks and wisdom listens so a great mentor is somebody who is a great listener a mentor can actually be on either side in terms of age wise mentor couldn't a younger than you doesn't have to be someone older than you I was called the modern elder at Airbnb because frankly as an elder elder is a relative term and so when you're an elder you're actually older than everybody arrangement as the intro I was twice the average employee but to be a mentor just means you have a special focus and who have something that you can offer it's knowledge-based that you can actually offer to the other person so you couldn't be younger and beat him enter as well but the key is you need to listen as the mentor why partly because if you start dispensing wisdom or knowledge quickly what you've done is you haven't actually created context context basically means that you have to understand what this person is facing and how you can customize advice and counsel to them one of the things I've learned in becoming a modern elder is that a modern is different than the traditional elder traditional of the past was in essence focus purely on dispensing wisdom but the mom auburn is as curious as they are wise so a mentor needs to be both curious and wise because actually without the curiosity or the ability to listen and you will just start giving advice without understanding context and context is key so the first step for any great mentor is just knowing that asking great questions is a really key part of that there's actually a whole theory of asking questions that you'll find Google at called appreciative inquiry also known as a I not artificial intelligence appreciative inquiry an AI appreciative inquiry is a way of asking a question that can be catalytic so if you ask a question and it has sort of yes no answer that's lik that's closed ended and open question is when you ask a question with genuine curiosity this is meant to serve the other I could you give us an example of such a question so let's say a company is losing market share and the leader goes onto the person who's running a department and says to them you know we're losing market share WHO's to blame now that is not exactly in open ended appreciative inquiry kind of question and that's certainly not the kind of question would ask a better question would be we've actually lost market share what are the reasons that we might be actually not as competitive as we used to be what can we learn from our competitors and what are the three steps we can take right now to actually start focusing on that so f very action oriented it's not trying to prescribe blame to someone it's actually giving the other person the opportunity to outline some solutions one of the challenges with a mentor relationship especially if it's your boss it is that may become a prescriber the mentor actually tries to prescribe what is the right thing to do and I would just say that the best mentors I know actually take their men teeth through a process where the men t actually feels like they're solving the problem themselves or by asking great question nations this guides mnt into the right answers I would highly recommend people live you appreciative inquiry obviously can read about in my book wisdom at work okay so that's step one in depth call be an active listener okay so step one is being active listener and the protocols you said we can look into his call appreciative inquiry appreciative inquiry and that's something we can google to learn more about phenomenal now what is step to step two is.

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"conley" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"conley" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"Season. I let's talk Mike Conley trade. Conley was swapped for some combination of Jae Crowder. Grayson Allen, Ella. Well, people love grace in. No. By Korver, and the twenty third picking then, like protected one, the next year thoughts on dots on the I think it's great for both teams. Mike Conley paranoid up with Donovan. Mitchell in Rudy go bear in Utah. And I think that team can shock a lot of people I would like to see them dish away that sixteen million dollars Derrick favors is getting paid this year and go out and maybe get another free agent. We know Rubio won't be back. But Conley and go bear are two of the most elite defenders at their position. Quin Snyder was coach of the year candidate two years ago who prides himself on their defense. You got commie with the Golic, joing, those people always are talking about how all Mike Conley as a bad contract that was years ago. The guys thirty one just came off averaging around. I think it was twenty one points per game in probably his best year in his career who still can play at an elite level. And it's just. Like I said before putting him in the right situations. And I think that you put them in Utah. He's got another score that he could defer to. He's got the big men download that it can run a pick and roll with, and they're going to be a lot of fun to watch, especially with Ingles on the perimeter now in regards to Memphis, I mean, they're doing everything they can to stock up for the future. They're gonna take jaw. They've got Jaren Jackson down there who's a great young player and they're just stocking up on more picks. We'll see what they do with this pick that they just got from Utah. I think it was in the twenty s twenty third twenty third. So, yeah, they're doing all the right things for a young team just trying to build from the ground up. I mean jaws gotta be there. One guy, and now they just got to go and build around him. It's going to be hard to attract free agents to Memphis, Tennessee barbecue food aside. But I, I love this deal for both. We've heard about calmly rumor to Utah since the trade deadline last year. Here. And I I've been a big fan of Mike Conley as entire career. He made some noise in the playoffs with that grit and grind team in Zach Randolph Tony Allen, and Marcus all, but we all know that team was never winning anything. And I think he's going to a good Sishu situation. I'm excited form. I think that people are underrating this move. He's a huge pickup like people like Ricky Rubio, but we've talked about this all the time. And if you can't score in the league, you're kind of one dimensional, but they're, they're starting five is gonna limit teams. Like it's just going to be a disgusting. Starting five defensively between Conley Donovan Ingles favors and go bear, and then they have town on the bench ROY. So Neal's a salad player XM's the salad player and they sell space designed shooters like someone like Seth curry someone like mirror to. So in a down year in the west like we've talked about with the warriors, and a lot of pretenders out there do they make a big move at the deadline. Really, like swap. Favors for superstar or swap Ingles. For superstar the jazz in what in what universe is Derrick favors getting swamped for superstar favors. You send picks away a pick dangers got, for example, and XM, who was a top, you know lottery, pick you sent like there's we've seen trades that don't make sense before for. Yeah. You're talking about one of them right now. I'm not talking about like a superstar like top of the line. But like, I don't know. I'll come up with someone for you. It just would not shock me if the jazz, go far they've owned the thunder and stuff. So I think it's a good move for the jazz for the pelicans. They're kind of in no-man's on the grizzlies the grizzlies sigh. Yes, the grizzlies there, no-man's-land jam rant will be great Jaren Jackson shows promise, but you just need players. And they've just had a tough run since since there are strong days with Gonzales Zeba..

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"conley" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"conley" Discussed on Open Floor

"And if they're not getting me like a star level guy in a package, I'm probably just hanging tight on those guys. And now, I agree. What's the point? They have more value in Indiana than they would if you're just flipping just for like a better fit. But what I'm saying is like if you're wondering about Indiana's upside over the next four or five years, they will at least have the option to dangle those guys as stars become available and takes if they want to take some. Risks to try kind of like raise their ceiling little bit. There's at least some pieces they can try to move around the last question I have here before we move on. Would you trade for Mike Conley after the depot injury because they I mean the Pacers or the one team that's been mentioned over and over again as calmly destination collies from Indianapolis, I believe or at least the state of Indiana like people are just sort of connecting the dots. Would you do it? Now, I wouldn't do it. Now. This is exactly what I'm getting at. You could have talked me into them biting the bullet and paying his contract going forward with the core of Conley. All the depot suboxone. In turner. That's kind of a squad especially in the triple eight Houston conference. That's a team that I'm getting pretty excited about at least for the next eighteen months. But if you don't know what all depots coming back, and you don't know if he's ever going to be one hundred percent, again, why are you gonna be taking on like sixty plus million future money that's owed to? Conley. I just don't think you can justify that. If you're the Pacers. Yeah. I would do it. If it were Conley like a year and a half ago, but Cali hasn't looked quite the same. As particularly as the season has folded here granite like the whole grizzlies team has just fallen off a cliff. So maybe it's not entirely collies fault. But but right now trading for him. It just seems like it would be kind of a sideways move. And I there's there are better ways to gamble with the cap space. They have kid. Can I ask you a question? Yeah. Which injuries all pretty darn? I know, but I think it's important in these times just to be honest like the Pacers fans. That's what I was trying to do Pacers fans. Look, if you're, but if you're listening to this, and you're single guys would be so hard on us. No, we're giving you the honest truth, it sucks. We understand it sucks. There's it's not fun. I saw so many season ending injuries in Portland. I can't even count them. All and that's one of the thing about Kevin Pritchard. There's been no one who's got more experience. Being in this specific situation that him dealing with Greg ode multiple times dealing with the.

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"conley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"conley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And now the low post welcome to the low post podcast live from an undisclosed hotel conference room somewhere in New York City where we are thrilled to be joined for the second time by Memphis grizzlies point guard. Mike Conley how you doing? I'm doing. Well. How you I'm hanging in good. That's on the second kid. Thank you. Thank you. A whirlwind can say that. I I'm afraid of it. I live in fear of it. I can barely. I could barely handle my own life. Let alone the lives of two small children. Yeah. It changes things changes the second one. I introduce you as Mike Conley. When you were drafted David Stern said Michael Conley? When did Michael give way to Mike? Do you want people to call you Michael still? I don't know when Mike came out, you know, Michael has been my name forever. And in college, I guess latter part of the year just my came out. And and I thought it would change when Mr. Starr said Michael Comey, Michael again, and now Mike Mike the rest of micro. No one. I dare is never Michael Conley anymore. I over this done and part, you know, starting to get rid of the junior. Then you know, that which I don't know where the junior came from before I'm the second technically, but the junior popped up out of nowhere. I was actually thinking about that walking over here being like, I'm going to introduce them as Mike Conley. And then I'll ask about Michael we used to be my colleague junior. That's not a thing anymore either. Crazy Evelyn of your name. Speaking of college. I was going to ask you this later, but you brought up college you met your your now wife in college. True or false. She did not know who you were when you met her gosh true. She did not know who I was college basketball star Michael Conley junior or the second at no idea who, you know, idea we met each other at like. A little hangouts by right outside of our dorm. And then a week later ran into her at the dang on water fountain of getting some power eight or some out of the drink machine. And she was doing the same thing. I looked at him like. I know you, and that's when we finally exchanged numbers and the rest is history. Your first day it was to applebees. Correct. It was that would be stole. My my buddy, David light. He's car. And because I didn't own one times. I always guard. You know, made a smell good have made it made. It seem like I I was doing big things. I wanted to make fun of you for that. And then I remembered I dated a girl in grad school, and I was probably twenty to our first day. It was the olive garden. I thought it was I thought the olive garden was nice I twenty early onto the olive garden. No big night. No doubt Applebee's was was big for us. So okay. Let's talk about the grizzlies. You played twelve games last season. The team was bad enough to pick number four. How for you? Personally. I saw a couple of times. I know how frustrated we're like how bad was it? And when because there was times or you were maybe on the way to call him beta like what was the low. What was the worst? What was the worst part of the season? I think the worst part was being held in limbo for that time period of about a month where you know, I'm working myself back into it. And I'm like like, yeah, you can be back in two weeks and then another two weeks pass and you'll be back in another two weeks. You know, it's not improving and just kind of getting hung out there. Like, you know, I'm ready to play. I'm ready to play. I feel like I can go, and then things aren't working out and turned a little bit fed a little bit more clarity. When they said, hey, you're you're out. You know, you need to have surgery. This is what this the route. We gotta go. I kind of have peace with that. And then just now deal with the the struggles of the season as far as our team and just focus on that..

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"conley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"conley" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And now the low post welcome to the low post podcast live from an undisclosed hotel conference room somewhere in New York City where we are thrilled to be joined for the second time by Memphis grizzlies point guard. Mike Conley how you doing? I'm doing. Well. How you I'm hanging in good. That's on the second kid. Thank you. Thank you. A whirlwind can say that. I I'm afraid of it. I live in fear of it. I can barely. I could barely handle my own life. Let alone the lives of two small children. Yeah. It changes things changes the second one. I introduce you as Mike Conley. When you were drafted David Stern said Michael Conley? When did Michael give way to Mike? Do you want people to call you Michael still? I don't know when Mike came out, you know, Michael has been my name forever. And in college, I guess latter part of the year just my came out. And and I thought it would change when Mr. Starr said Michael Comey, Michael again, and now Mike Mike the rest of micro. No one. I dare is never Michael Conley anymore. I over this done and part, you know, starting to get rid of the junior. Then you know, that which I don't know where the junior came from before I'm the second technically, but the junior popped up out of nowhere. I was actually thinking about that walking over here being like, I'm going to introduce them as Mike Conley. And then I'll ask about Michael we used to be my colleague junior. That's not a thing anymore either. Crazy Evelyn of your name. Speaking of college. I was going to ask you this later, but you brought up college you met your your now wife in college. True or false. She did not know who you were when you met her gosh true. She did not know who I was college basketball star Michael Conley junior or the second at no idea who, you know, idea we met each other at like. A little hangouts by right outside of our dorm. And then a week later ran into her at the dang on water fountain of getting some power eight or some out of the drink machine. And she was doing the same thing. I looked at him like. I know you, and that's when we finally exchanged numbers and the rest is history. Your first day it was to applebees. Correct. It was that would be stole. My my buddy, David light. He's car. And because I didn't own one times. I always guard. You know, made a smell good have made it made. It seem like I I was doing big things. I wanted to make fun of you for that. And then I remembered I dated a girl in grad school, and I was probably twenty to our first day. It was the olive garden. I thought it was I thought the olive garden was nice I twenty early onto the olive garden. No big night. No doubt Applebee's was was big for us. So okay. Let's talk about the grizzlies. You played twelve games last season. The team was bad enough to pick number four. How for you? Personally. I saw a couple of times. I know how frustrated we're like how bad was it? And when because there was times or you were maybe on the way to call him beta like what was the low. What was the worst? What was the worst part of the season? I think the worst part was being held in limbo for that time period of about a month where you know, I'm working myself back into it. And I'm like like, yeah, you can be back in two weeks and then another two weeks pass and you'll be back in another two weeks. You know, it's not improving and just kind of getting hung out there. Like, you know, I'm ready to play. I'm ready to play. I feel like I can go, and then things aren't working out and turned a little bit fed a little bit more clarity. When they said, hey, you're you're out. You know, you need to have surgery. This is what this the route. We gotta go. I kind of have peace with that. And then just now deal with the the struggles of the season as far as our team and just focus on that..

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"conley" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"conley" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I'm going to be struck dead. I'm like, that's horrible. And and I said, no, I can't I can't swear that. And he said, well, I don't see how you can be in this family. If you're if you're like this, and so my mom and dad were deliberating they called this. Church in Memphis, called Bellevue Baptist church. I always call them out because they were completely complicit in this whole industry and the church. Pastor there said, oh, no. You know, I understand Mr. Conley. This is a really tough time. But here's what you do you send your kid to a place called love and action. It's in Memphis, Tennessee. They've been around for a long time. They're the best. They've got a residential program. If he wants to stay they've got they've got the best stuff. And and here's some brochures. And here's an application. And so my dad, basically gave me that ultimate I'm he said, if you don't go to this place, you're not going to be part of our family and mom is you know, mom was so upset I thought, you know, she went to go vomit. And I thought she was disgusted with me. But she was actually so upset that she couldn't like contain her emotions, and she was like. And Bill like for me at that time. I was like oh my God. I've made them. So disgusted by me that they're vomiting, and they they're sending me away. And they don't want me to be part of their lives. So I got the ultimate him. I went back to school the next day pretending as though nothing had happened. And I was I was Meanwhile, I was filling out this application which. You should see. It's a it's like harder. It's a it's a weirder and more difficult application than like, I think getting into Harvard because it's like have you ever had any sexual thoughts? Please write them down in an essay. And then it's like have you ever used a ouija board or have you have you ever done yoga yoga was seen as evil and there, I mean, you should I can send you this through Email. But and then they the required three letters of recommendation from different pastors to and I've in my research, I've learned why they did this. It was because they wanted to vet you to make sure you weren't going to go in and expose them. Because if you've got all these people around you saying, no, he's a good Christian. He needs help than the they're pretty sure that you're not going to do what I eventually did. Yeah. Yeah. So so I filled it out saw a therapist during my second semester. Freshman year for about a six month period one on one. So I would go back on weekends. Sometimes like when we're off from school. I would see him and he was connected to love and action. And he would basically just ask me to tell him what my sexual fannies fantasies had been. And he would shame me. Humane feel terrible about them. And they would give me bible verses to read, and they were like a sign mints, and and to memorize and things like that. So then past you know, I guess the first hurdle got the application accepted. And there was this two week program called the source where in the summer you go for a two week period. And they decide whether or not you're going to stay there for three months half a year a year. Some people had been in there for you know. Two five years. And there were just that's what they did with their lives. You were expected. You know, once you once you pass the two week period you were expected to take your own job. And you know, a job that was safe, and then you had to like give them all your money. So I went to the two week program. And when I was there they placed us in a group with people who were dealing with pedophilia bestiality like marriage issues. It's crazy. How many different people were there? People of all ages. And and I was part I was placed in the youth group because I was right on the edge. You know, like eighteen nineteen and so they're like, let's hang out with these kids, and it was all under the assumption that we were sexually addicted like addicted to our sexuality. Which you know, I guess they they didn't call it our sex. They called it same sex attraction. That's the big buzzword in those circles because it's not something that's inherent to you..

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"conley" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"conley" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"When I was sixteen. We were sitting in in this church in my dad, started shaking and crying, and my mom looked at each other. Like, what is happening is the scary any he went down to the front of the church, and and the preacher looked out at the congregation. He said a preacher has been born like Hershel Conley mmj name is is now going to work for the Lord. And everything's going to be different now, and my mom, and I were standing up with him and people were hugging us in congratulating us and homely turn to me. I think it was like the inner at some point that day. She was like I did not sign up for this. That was like did deny. No. I mean, I hear that. Actually that was going to be passed next. I guess how we're women treated in that situation. Because I because I've, you know, you don't really that doesn't there isn't like a woman that sitting in that audience shakes and cries in the front man is an people go, oh preacher pastor Bishop. That's not that doesn't even that's not a thing in certain inches. I guess maybe not that. I don't know that I don't have never heard of those churches. I'm serious like, what are those churches? I think it's pretty much a thing that can happen for dudes. And almost we have like, a political wives sort of situation. If it's if it's a faith where you can have a wife where you can't be married, then it's that, you know, when I say, political wives, you know, you know, what I mean the person who just has to stand there and the good wife TV show. Good TV show. Yeah. It says is that what that was like for your mom. You think totally? I mean, she she to this day still says, you know, I'm a preacher's wife, but I'm not a preacher's wife. And and I it was a real shock to our household because pretty much instantly. Everything was policed in our lives. My mom is this. You know, I call her a spot of technicolor my book, she's just this person who is you know, larger than life. She hates it. When I say this Bill like she is a Dolly Parton esque person who just like is. When you say that to me is like I say that about me, a worshiper of Dolly. So it doesn't. I don't quite understand it, but has a different context for Dalia thing. But you know, she's just this person that that when she enters the room, everyone is paying attention to and being a preacher's wife, she she was sort of forced to in many ways convert, you know, her own appearance in in the way, she was acting. She couldn't be too excited or too like, you know, her humor is kind of dark and fun. But you know, you can't really do that in that setting very often. Or you're like when joke, for example, the my mom was telling during those years, she was like, you know, it'd be a great idea like if we had one of those girls gone wild videos Billick, it's preachers wives, gone wild. Because I think it just make a lot of money with all those perverts out there that want that she's like making that joke in front of. No, I think it would make a lot of money on us on the horn. I'm I wanna produce that. Yeah. I I I hear you. Well, so when you say suddenly everything was project. You mean like so growing up were you getting in your in the church was a business that was in your town were you do you mean that like once your dad was in the public eye like he's stepping forward than again? It's like that political thing where you're now you have to be perfect example of Christianity. I mean, he had been he's always been someone who's Charismatics people flock to him, and he actually ran like these Sunday school lessons before workdays with at the gen and at the dealership, and like there were signs up in the dealership that were like, no cursing allowed. This is the God, this is God's business. You know, things like that speaking of separation of church and state. I mean, not to go off on this tangent..

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"conley" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"conley" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Weekdays they no mike conley dumb no dentist mike taste you win thank you i am did the just two mike which appeal i still i still played his folk my less well jesuit by well brash out in the spy row we lately keeps me don't now he's levels poet you would now be humble for both paulo now now hullah liam the now said on bowl hello liam payne now i can then my stay of my daddy i make a pipe blowing them go home i'm so sick entire doug the photoshop did not you're building plan your voa whilst all right on down next this is like too crazy from abc budget i know fabric gaining as much as the hottest g h this take great pinpoint the ap got they did talk white house beat you if my pilot is beat the outcome on the parlous as the be humble for them oh them said now hullah liam the now so now liam then now garcia where you got your hand over them as five free largely untapped reserves.

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