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DeGrom dazzles in return, bullpen costs Mets in loss to Nats

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

DeGrom dazzles in return, bullpen costs Mets in loss to Nats

"Jacob de Grom allowed one run over 5 innings and struck out 6 in his return to the mets but New York had its 7 game winning streak snapped losing to the nationals 5 to one De Grom had not pitched in nearly 13 months Felt good You know definitely had some nerves early on but you know like I said it's been years since I've been out there year plus So definitely exciting to be back out there The mets bullpen allowed four runs Luis Garcia drove in three with a double and a two run Homer the Nats hit three home runs on the day that they traded Juan Soto and Josh bell to San Diego Craig heist Washington

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Mets win 7th in a row; Soto homers in possible Nats swansong

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00:37 sec | 6 d ago

Mets win 7th in a row; Soto homers in possible Nats swansong

"Pete Alonso and Francisco Lindor homered and Max Scherzer pitched into the 7th inning to improve his record to 7 and two as the mets meet the national 7 to three Alonzo blasted his 7th home run in the third off starter and lose her Patrick Corbin and Lindor hit a three run shot in the 6th as the mets won their 7th straight What makes me the happiest is our ability to hit with two strikes and then after we're done with that we come to dugout we talk about it You know we help each other out Juan Soto Homer didn't walk three times in what could be his last game with the nationals as the trade deadline comes up on Tuesday Craig heist Washington

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Could Gay Actor Rege-Jean Page Be the Next James Bond?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:15 min | Last week

Could Gay Actor Rege-Jean Page Be the Next James Bond?

"So one week after the little Cuban actress Ana de Armas says she doesn't want to see James Bond and be anything but straight and be played by a straight man. Here comes the writing directing team of the Russo brothers, right? Frank and Joey Russo, they've got a different bent on this topic. They would love to see the guy from Bridgerton, Regé-Jean Page played 007. They don't care who these gay at all. In fact, they love it. Apparently his good looks and his charm have convinced them that he'd be the perfect person to replace Daniel Craig. They did an interview on some, I don't know, radio times dot com. And they mention now they can see the actor as the next James Bond. They said, he's fantastic. I mean, he has more charisma in his pinky than most people doing their entire body. So we watch him do anything. I mean, we'd watch him read the phonebook, I had to check to see if they're both gay. Who talks this way. I don't get it. I really don't get it. But then again, I tried to watch Bridgerton, I couldn't leave the TV fast enough. I don't like TV shows or movies with a woman, the women are wearing so much material on their body that you spend more time unbuttoning and untying her dress than you do having sex with her. It's too puritanical those shows. I can't get into them.

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Mancini finishes homestand in style as Orioles top Rays 3-0

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00:35 sec | Last week

Mancini finishes homestand in style as Orioles top Rays 3-0

"Dray Mancini hit an inside the park home run to help lead the Orioles to a three zero win over the rays taking three of four from Tampa Jordan lyles pitched into the 6th to earn his 7th win and the Orioles bullpen was dominant again with Felix Bautista earning a four out save Mancini could be dealt by the trade deadline next week I'm just going to go out there every day and keep playing for this team and the name across my chest You know because I love the city and the team and a lot of these guys in here Ryan Yarborough suffered the loss to fall to Owen 6 the rays left ten on base and they finished out at two and 5 road trip Craig heist Baltimore

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Judge homers again as Cortes, Yankees roll past Orioles 6-0

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00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge homers again as Cortes, Yankees roll past Orioles 6-0

"Nestor Cortes allowed 6 hits and struck out 7 over 6 innings to earn his 8th win as the Yankees shut out the Orioles 6 to nothing Aaron judge went two for four and hit his major league leading 37th Homer as the yangs took two of three from Baltimore Answering back especially after the two games in Houston and they get in a chance to bounce back after a tough loss last night That's going to be big going to this off day and kind of heading back to New York Catcher Jose trevino had the first four hit game of his career while driving in a run dean Kramer took the loss for the Orioles to fall to three and two Craig heist Baltimore

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Orioles overcome 3-run deficit vs Cole, beat Yankees 6-3

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Orioles overcome 3-run deficit vs Cole, beat Yankees 6-3

"The Orioles came from a three run deficit against Garrett Cole and went on to beat the Yankees 6 to three The Orioles scored two in the 7th and two more in the 8th Cedric Mullins hit a sac fly to give them a four three lead and Ramona reus hit a two run Homer to complete the comeback We just stayed together We've been doing it During the season and we just feel good We fight through the whole game and we don't give up Seeing Al Perez got the win Jorge Lopez earned his 18th save the Yankees have lost three or four 8 of 12 and were one for 14 with runners in scoring position Craig heist Baltimore

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Judge 2 HRs, top majors with 36 as Yankees beat Orioles 7-6

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00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge 2 HRs, top majors with 36 as Yankees beat Orioles 7-6

"Aaron judge Homer twice and drove in four runs as the Yankees held on to beat the Orioles 7 to 6 judge hit a three run shot in the third and then a solo blast in the 5th both off starter and loser Tyler wells He was happy to set the tone for the series They came out swinging You know they got some good bullpen guys back there too but coming out here and be able to get this first one in the series and hopefully come here tomorrow and take the series will be a big time Yankees reliever Michael king left the game with an apparent elbow injury Lucas litke got the win while clay homes earned his 17th save Craig heist Baltimore

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Soto homers as Nationals end 9-game skid, defeat Braves 7-3

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Soto homers as Nationals end 9-game skid, defeat Braves 7-3

"A ray Adriana drove in three runs to help lead the nationals to a 7 three win over the brave snapping a 9 game losing streak Juan Soto and Victor robles Homer for the nationals as they snapped a 9 game skid to Atlanta Adriana says everyone made a contribution Everybody do the part today pitching and defense offense So it was pretty good getting over or we just had to go and keep going in the second half and see what happens Matt Olsen Eddie Rosario and Adam Duvall drove in runs for Atlanta Steve seashell got the winning relief while brave starter Spencer strider took the loss to fall to four and three Craig heist Washington

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Olson, Riley homer as Braves send Nats to 9th loss in a row

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Olson, Riley homer as Braves send Nats to 9th loss in a row

"Max fried allowed three runs on 7 hits over 7 innings to improve to ten and three as the braves beat the national 6 to three The braves got home runs from mad Olsen and Austin Riley who went back to back in the third off starter and loser Apollo espino Braves manager Brian Snickers says Riley can do it all The real deal I mean he's just a really really good player He's all star caliber Hopefully he's in the MVP talking in another couple of months The braves have now won 9 straight against the nationals and 14 straight at nationals park Craig heist Washington

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Braves pound 3 HRs, send Nationals to eighth straight loss

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Braves pound 3 HRs, send Nationals to eighth straight loss

"Austin Riley Orlando RC and Adam Duvall each homered as the braves beat the nationals 8 to four Atlanta is now 32 and ten since the start of June and moved within two games of the mets in the NL east Brave starter Ian Anderson got the win to improve to 8 and 5 We're playing really good right now For myself personally to go into the break on this kind of note I feel good Body feels good arm feels good so hopefully I can keep it going once we get back Patrick Corbin took the loss to fall to four and 12 for the Nats who have lost 8 straight and 14 of 15 Craig heist Washington

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Wright ties majors wins lead as Braves defeat Nationals, 5-4

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00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Wright ties majors wins lead as Braves defeat Nationals, 5-4

"The braves hit three home runs on the night to back to pitching of Kyle Wright as they beat the nationals 5 to four right when 7 innings to improve to 11 and four dansby Swanson made Olsen and Michael Harris all hit long balls Harris's came in the 5th off starter and loser animal Sanchez I knew he had already thrown everything except if I was well up and then so I was I was looking there dead red and he gave it to me and I turned on it The Nats got homers from Josh bell and Michael Franco Franco's off Kenley Janssen in the 9th but Jansen earned his 21st save Craig heist Washington

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Kershaw looks like an All-Star in Dodgers' 4-2 win over Cubs

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Kershaw looks like an All-Star in Dodgers' 4-2 win over Cubs

"The Dodgers were four two winners over the cubs behind Clayton Kershaw and Freddie Freeman Kershaw struck out ten and limited Chicago to one earned run in 5 hits over 7 and two thirds He improved to 6 and two and helped Los Angeles earn its 6th straight win Freeman broke a two two stalemate with a two run single in the 7th after Jake lamb tied it with a solo shot earlier in the inning Cubs starter Marcus stroman pitched four innings of two hit ball in his first outing since June 3rd Craig kimbrell struck out two in the 9th and earned the save I'm Dave

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Padres rally for 4 in 9th, beat Dodgers 4-2 to avoid sweep

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00:32 sec | Last month

Padres rally for 4 in 9th, beat Dodgers 4-2 to avoid sweep

"The Padres erupted for four runs in the 9th inning to rally past the Dodgers for the two Luke Voight and Eric Hosmer each delivered RBI hits and has sung kin bell did a to run Homer Hosmer loved his teams and never give up attitude Did a good job of finding a way to come out with a win and you know obviously the series didn't go our way but to get this one was big Clayton Kershaw threw 7 shutout innings with 8 strikeouts but Dodger closer Craig kimbrell unable to finish the deal Nick Martinez earned the win for San Diego Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Taylor, Adames homer, lead Brewers past Cards 6-4 for split

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00:42 sec | Last month

Taylor, Adames homer, lead Brewers past Cards 6-4 for split

"The brewers were floundering to start the game Then they got a huge lift from center field of Tyrone Taylor whose three run home run in the fourth inning put the brewers on top and on their way to a 6 four win over the Cardinals The cardinals had led two to one before Taylor took cardinals started Dakota Hudson for the go ahead blast brewers manager Craig counsel says Taylor's home run turned the game around We gave up two in the first We leave the bases low in the third after no outs And we get a runner thrown out at the plate And Tyrone doing something big there just we stuck to it today The brewers and Cardinals split the four game series and they remain in a first place tie in the NL central Chuck Friedman

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Guardians rally in 9th for 5-3 victory over Dodgers

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00:36 sec | Last month

Guardians rally in 9th for 5-3 victory over Dodgers

"The Guardian scored two in the 9th inning to beat the Dodgers 5 to three manager Terry Francona loves this team We're asking a lot of these guys I mean we're asking them to play the game at a with energy every day And I know they get tired but they bring it Andre Jimenez broke the tie with the bases loaded single and Ernie Clement followed with a sac fly all the damage of Craig kimbrell Eli Morgan got the women relief of Shane Bieber Morgan is three and two kimbrell now zero and three Cleveland's Oscar Gonzalez hit his first big league Homer Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Burnes, Adames lead Brewers to 10-2 rout of Mets

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00:40 sec | Last month

Burnes, Adames lead Brewers to 10-2 rout of Mets

"Milwaukee manager Craig counsel became the winningest skipper in franchise history as his brewers beat up on the mets ten to two Council and his a season at the helm pass Phil Garner what the 564th 5th of his career It's humbling for sure And I think what I told the players I feel a lot of gratitude for everything that they've contributed to it They do the heavy lift in Milwaukee starter Corbin burns taught 6 innings striking out 8 with no walks The brewers use a 7 run 5th frame that's on 13 batteries come to the plate and was broken open by a Jace Peterson pinch hit two runs up to keep the inning going as the brewers won for just a second time in 11 games The mets managed just 5 hits in the loss but still sit in first place in the national league east Mike Moyer New

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Albies breaks foot, but Braves beat Nats for 12th straight

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00:42 sec | Last month

Albies breaks foot, but Braves beat Nats for 12th straight

"The braves hit 5 home runs on the night and beat the nationals 9 to 5 to extend their winning streak to 12 games Dansby Swanson led the way with a two run Homer and four RBI while extending his hitting streak to 8 games Swanson says the winning culture is fun to be around That's what's obviously made this place great for such a long time And we obviously have the players that have the same buy in and attitude So with that kind of mentality and that's have a culture good things happen Michael Harris in his first big league home run the braves lost Ozzie albies who fractured his left foot in the 5th inning Dylan Lee got the win in relief while Nat starter or Osmo Ramirez took the loss Craig heist Washington

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Mets blow late lead but rally in 10th to beat Dodgers 5-4

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00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Mets blow late lead but rally in 10th to beat Dodgers 5-4

"The mets got a run in the tenth to beat the Dodgers 5 to four JD Davis doubled home the winning run to help New York gain a split of the four game series the mets took a two run lead into the 9th inning but Seth Lugo was unable to finish it off Will Smith homered and Eddie Alvarez hit a two out game tying RBI single that sent the game to extras Lugo wound up getting the win Adonis Medina picked up his first save Craig kimbrell took the loss Mark Myers Los Angeles

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"craig  " Discussed on The Garden Question

The Garden Question

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"craig " Discussed on The Garden Question

"What is your most valuable garden mistake? Oh gosh. What a great question. And just so people know, what are the great things about the way that Craig is interviewing me in this podcast is I really don't know what he's going to ask and I have the most fun when I'm put in the spot and have to be spontaneous. Two things I'm going to say spacing and adequate watering. Spacing wise as an heirloom enthusiast my goal was always to squeeze as much into the garden as I could. What I created was a turnpike for tomato disease. You get foliage pressing against each other when you've got plant shading plants. The sun is just a wonderful disinfectant. And when you're blocking the ability of the sun to do its job, you can actually harvest as many tomatoes out of 50 plants well spaced and well cared for, then you can of 200 plants that are all crammed in together issues just to rise. So adequate spacing, the other is learning that you can underwater plants that are grown in containers or straw bales. I know that on the Internet, there are a lot of people that are saying to get the best flavor out of your tomatoes you need to starve them a little bit. You need to hold back water a little bit and concentrate those flavors. In the ground, where roots can reach down and find water. That's one situation. But we're talking about if a plant is in a container or a straw bale and the roots are filling that area and when all the water is expended out of that area, that's that. What you'd end up with is just a wonderful crop of blossom tomatoes because what happens is when a plant stresses out and typically with tomatoes when they're starting to set fruit and they're starting to get tall, it's those hot summer days and there's not enough water for the plant to avoid stress and that stress interrupts the ability of the plant to take up the calcium that invariably is in the soil. And what you end up with is a crop of tomatoes with brown or black ends on them that are fine for seed saving, but they certainly aren't particularly appetizing..

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"craig  " Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"craig " Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"All right let's strip it down in die right him like i said earlier. We all know that you've gotta remain agile but remaining agile isn't some mental or something that you have posted on the wall. It's an environment. Do you have a learning ecosystem that facilitates your wisest people. Schering those that wisdom are you at creating an environment where wise people hold onto the wisdom. Because they're afraid because if you don't have that environment we and our organizations are going to get stuck pretty fast however there is another component here and that is the human desire for denial too often alita will find themselves stuck and a too hot headed to admit that that is what they are and so they remain stuck for a very long time. So how can we recognize when we stuck. And what can we do to quickly become unstuck. Well let's find out together. Because i guess today is craig masters. Craig is an author entrepreneur investor board member and for more than twenty years a successful executive leadership position including over a decade of ceo of a public company subsidiary during his tenure craig lead digital transformations initiatives global expansion and countless integrations however that was one of his career for the two point zero version of his career. Craig lemasa is dedicated to helping senior leaders. Get unstuck how to unlock an activate. The wisdom of others. His new book is in fact titled unstuck and it takes us on a deep dive into the journey of co and teaches readers how they can implement processes within their own teams so that no matter what challenges arise next. They are ready to get unstuck ladies and gentlemen. Please put.

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"Who asks and i can't and greg mcewen's if it's not a nine it's a zero is really good and i was saying yes. To a lot of sevens and eights. It's not hard to say no to a two out of ten but when it's when it's an eight out of ten or seven out of ten that's really kind of gray. It's not a nine. It's zero and of course the people who always pay the price of your over-committment are the people you care about. The most. my wife pays the biggest price. My kids pay the biggest price my friends do and ultimately so do i and so. That's that's how. I kind of scold myself as i was writing the book. It's like unique. If is not a nine is zero So many leaders. I think would say you know. Can you do something the and then they asked. What can i rather than should i. And that's that's a good way looking at well. Let's have a little bit of fun And i'm gonna ask you just a bunch of questions rattled off and you can respond as quickly or even as silly as you want to but What's your biggest pet peeve. Lightning round question one pet leaders who tell me how busy their leaders who says peeves make bad pets but i thought that was really funny. That's the answer is not more time. But more of what matters most best Band or music artists from the nineteen eighty s. In your opinion is. This is a hard one. Those are my college years. I'm gonna say new order for two hundred fifty dollars. I can't even tell you a single new order song. But i'm glad you like them. You take you into metal. I gotta ask you. What's your no no. I was kind of I was probably drunk most of the eighties. Kind of a blur into outfield eagles. And we're in stuff like that okay. Yeah biggest Biggest personal leadership insecurity. That you still face today That's a hard one. I'm being really vulnerable here. I think still feeling like i don't belong still feel like you don't belong so back to speak to a lot of people right now even when you are doing a lot you were you still face leadership insecurities we do Is there a discipline. That you've adopted Recently that's making a big difference in your life. I am deeply inspired by your fitness routine. And while i'm not lifting as much as i should be or an all have extended. My ride's just a little bit longer so i'll bike bike. Twenty five hundred kilometers last year. That's about like seventeen hundred miles. So what i've done is i've just added because my friends do epic rides. I just added five k. To the average riding it adds up over time would add up over time. Do you have a favorite interview that you've done over all the years on the carry neuhof lucia podcast other than craig rachelle time. Perfect answer excluding. It's exciting can..

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"They're out there crushing it. And if you're saying hey craig lunch. i'd love just to catch up with you know agenda. I just want to build in to you and spend some time. You leave feeling energized daily feeling energized. And they they lean a little bit harder because they love the time they get with you. So that's one way to reallocate your time and keep your priorities from being hijacked. This is so so so good. And i think that section in the book is worth Cover price in ten over ten times. It's just it's so helpful and i think Just kind of be clear in the early years of whatever you're doing you're going to have to say yes a lot like if people are asking. Can you help. would you whatever your your answer. Better be hungry to learn but the longer you leave the more influence you have if you continue saying yes to everything for the outside then. You're you're never going to be able to say yes to the most important priorities and i would say the the more you want to do. The more your default almost has to be a no and that's not unloving that strategic in the way i'm gonna love the most people by saying no to the things that would take me away from doing what serves the most people and and so no almost becomes a default. It knows a complete sentence a lot of times people say you have to give a long y you know a firm no is a lot better than wishy washy. No it's just a no. That doesn't work. I'm sorry if you want to do a lot. You want to initiate almost everything that goes on to your schedule. Not respond to it. Because if you're always responding not initiating then you're going to be following other people's agenda and not creating the environment or the culture or the product or the ministry that that is Is inside of you. So i super grateful for i've learned from you over the years. I want to ask you one more big question about the book. And then i'm gonna get into a little lightning round for fun with you but you've written several books in every time you write a book i know is most people wouldn't know. This is often borne out a personal struggles. And then you kind of have some aha moments along the way or even after the book go. Oh now see. I wish i'd put that in there in your book at your best what was your biggest takeaway that you got out of it that you learned either riding it or afterwards where you said. I am different as a leader today. Because of something i learned something i wrote or something. I discovered along the way in the writing process. Because i had done time and energy management for so many years Coda fine what was in there. I think my biggest surprise was the priority section in your right as your audience grows as your influence grows. Is your responsibility grows. The inbound just gets almost unmanageable. Like it's never would've guessed. It was the priority section. And i'm paraphrasing greg. Mcewen here who wrote a great book. Years ago called the centralism. Another must read. Been heavily influenced by what greg has to say and he. He was a big influence in my life. And he says kerry when you're looking at requests if it's not a nine zero and even now because what's happening to me with the rapid growth of the platform podcast and everything. Like that is what was a good decision. Last year isn't a good decision this year so it seemed like a really good decision making those decisions in advance. When i was writing the priority section. I was really like taking notes for myself and i'm going back to my team saying hold me accountable to this because i want to say yes to everything like i really kinda do. That is my default. I would love to help everybody..

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"Don't just work on your business. Don't just work in your business. You work on your business. And i think we need to do. We need to be in the content of whatever the continent for us in their times. We need to be above it working on it. And i think you do that. Well i want to ask you about this. Kerry preachers will say things. Like god has a wonderful plan for your life. I always joke around and say other people have a wonderful plan for your life and they want your time. All the time is especially as your business grows your podcasts. Your implant grows whatever. How do you manage the volume of outside initiatives coming to you would you speak. Would you write. Would you be on my podcast which you come here. Would you do this fundraiser. Every leader has their version of that. How do you handle all the incoming asks. What do you do with those. Yeah well there's a system for it. And i just want to say to those who are not in a church context and there's a lot of you. I was in law before and this is true. Your priorities will get hijacked by everybody else. You're prepping for court the next day and somebody's got this urgent fire this thing. They've got up figure out. And so what you wanna do. Is you really want to focus on your most important tasks whether that's recruiting new clients whether that is just just pick. What is most important for. You could be aligning your team. I know if my team is aligned around common and vision and strategy. Everything goes better. So i spent a lot of my time doing that. But nobody's emailing you saying craig. I'm going to cancel my lunch with you so that you can better more fully align your senior leadership team. Okay yeah or so that you can go and reach new people. Nobody's doing that. They're saying. Craig i'm in town. You have lunch with craig. You want to do this. And i get that too..

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"But the reality is we're all human beings like your energy waxes and wanes over the course of the day and if you were starting your sermon at three o'clock in the afternoon my guess is it's not going to be the message that you would get at seven. Am in the morning if you were starting is fair hundred percent and that means you're part of the human race like all of us are and for me at seven to eleven is my green zone. Yours is six to nine. I drag my knuckles from four to six every afternoon. I've got a meeting today at four. It's a busy season some doing a meeting at four and i'm like i hope i can stay awake. I hope i can stay focused and we all have that. So that's your red zone. I call the red zone. You're really not at your best and everything else is yellow. It's in the middle. You're not at your best. You're not at your worst. And i ignored energy management for years for the last fifteen years and this is where the real productivity has soared is. I have tried to figure out. What am i best at and as a young leader. I thought it was great at everything. Now that i'm older and maybe a tiny bit wiser. I realize i'm actually good at very few things and content creation is one of them that i seem to have been gifted at holding. Great conversations hopefully is something that i'm relatively gifted at and what i try to do. Is i do what. I'm best at when i'm at my best and the way to ask that question in your own life. What are you best at. And also what moves the needle like what what when you do it. Well when is life church at its best. When is it at its best. My guess is content creation. You go in there with a dud opening talk at the s. It's it's a struggle so you've got to invest time in that and so ask yourself and you're an account if you're an accounting like is it a really excellent where you've actually sorted through everything. Is it a whole new analysis a report. You need to develop and what happens to most of us craig is. We don't think about energy management. We let priorities hijacker day other people's priorities hijacker day. So three o'clock in the afternoon we sit down to do our most important work. We do a bad job. We don't get it done then. It creeps into family time. Then your day.

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"I don't like to be closed hard. Like you might be if you're in a sales place that that that makes me give you an immediate no but Respectful ask with an out means. I might you know might consider it the second time it comes across my desk. In most of the time most of these leaders there defaults going to be no because of all that comes along. And so what stands out to me would be someone who adds value i and and everyone wants to be liked the most Whoever you admire respect the most they're still human being and they won't be like they want to be valued and so e- oddly enough one of the ways that you communicate values just by asking questions and listening. Everyone likes to do the talking. And so if you come in and pitch your idea. It's hey. I'm here to make the let me tell you what i'm doing. Let me tell you about blah blah blah blah. Can you help me. That's a niece center conversation. If i come in and say carey i read this quote and it really impacted me this way. Could you tell me a little bit more about this. And then i listened that i take notes and then i go do something with what i just said is your time was valuable but valuable to me and then you feel good about it And and so. I think you go in with more of a heart to give than to get respecting their time. If you can add value to their life the it's it's The not only will they say yes sometimes but there might be the beginning of a friendship if you come in with the right approach because sometimes they are lonely in what friends become too hard. It's like run up on a bird. Birds gonna fly real fast. I remember as i got to know you. I was trying to follow those principles and we had some personal contact beyond the etcetera. Some phone calls. And you're definitely not lonely and have lots of friends and lots of things going on your life. But i still remember. I was sitting on the back porch and you carry. It's okay we're friends now and that was really interesting. So i haven't lost the respect. I still have so much immense respect for you but you don't want to. I would say my last piece of advice as just because you met with someone once or twice. Don't expect to be doing vacations with them next year. Like really tried to be astute about where the relationship is at. Because maybe you know. I i would say we have a real friendship now craig and yet. I wouldn't want to assume we did. And you're like i was just trying to help carry out like you know. I don't know why he keeps texting me. And and why won't leave me alone. I don't know. Does that resonate a little bit like just just does i think i think you're You're not going to overstep your balance. And and again i always. I always try to ask very little and offer a lot. Whatever i can to add benefit. I wanna talk to you. You mentioned earlier that earlier on you you burned out and in you've said before and you talk about in your book at your best that that burn out is an epidemic and it's interesting as we look around today. I see more leaders. Hurting limping struggling. Battling insecurity fear. Burn out. i think than i have in my whole kind of leadership experience..

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"And i'm interested in how you now the gate those relationships and let me let me tell you why. I think there are a lot of people listening right now. That how some people that they'd like to be around some leaders that they like to learn from but they often don't know how to interact at a way that communicates respect to some of those leaders. If you're looking at the list of people that endorsed your book you probably have a little bit of a different strategy of investing in them as friends then what people might think. And i'd love for you to talk about that for a moment and i am hoping that our listeners could get something from it. That was say there may be a boss at my work admire. And i'm a may approach her in a different way. Because of what kerry said how do you steward those relationships with people that are busier than most have more pressure than most. What's different about those relationships. So let me preface it by saying. I didn't start out with colleagues or people who had endorsed my book at that level. I remember as a very young leader and you have a ton of young leaders listening like as a thirty year old just starting out. I was very interested in growth and leadership development. And i couldn't get craig. Rachelle was following you all those years ago on the phone but i could get the in my case. I was a church leader at the time. The pastor down the road to go have lunch with me on a tuesday so i was leading fifty people. He was leading two hundred and doug would have lunch with me so i started with dog and it wasn't a ladder climb. It wasn't like now. I've used doug and i'm going to get to the next person but eventually we had a good track record. We grew for many years. I lead the church for over two decades and it just got me noticed and so i began to meet other people who introduced me to other people..

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"craig  " Discussed on The KiddChris Show

The KiddChris Show

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"craig " Discussed on The KiddChris Show

"They got a squad way apart. Turn unreal. I four four banou. What did you say your our. I'm going to do the fell derby. What did you tell me. Hey wanted me during this morning. Are you drinking avocado again. The doors yeah. You got up before knocking on a door. Are you drunk nickerson. We'll just talked to direct. Yeah okay so he's already drinking. Craig matt i oh you gotta give. I'm talking to you. I i haven't i can't are areas very close friends can't curse on the radio dickerson. But i miss trying to navigate through your broken english kentucky kentucky fried land. I am telling you. I'll come donor i am. I almost went blind i am. You're blind not black. I know i know blind. I didn't say black curse. But i'll tell you i want you canoeing if you're blind. I do on the front. I know you want you canoeing. If you're blind because you're gonna hurt yourself or somebody else. No i'd say costa the banks. How are you gonna know sale down here. Okay nickerson we. We gotta go. You're cramping the style of craig. Mack go ahead allegations over a trip that could be your side kick man no nickerson doing the show instead of a alliot. How what do you think. Oh you want to do the show valley. You wanna be my co-host what else do you want to do. The good sleep all that what do you think. If you're on a date with alli how would you make the moves on her ally in may exactly. that's right. i forgot she was buried today. All right well okay tamar. You'd be divorced next week when you return. Return of the mack craig. It was great meeting. You man and i will work my hardest to get some ladies up here for you at some point. Okay and we'll get you back in the studio for that. okay. I know you want fireworks. T-shirts will hook you up. Okay all right man you. Where's that thing the flea market. You're going to be Richard okay go ahead and plug it. What is it. I want people come out to ritual flea market and buy some stuff. We need to make gas money in the for the house. What is it sunday sunday. Okay and what time nine to fix okay. So gas money and stuff for the house. You need some home. Glad there and look for craig. Mack right yeah. Thank you lowest form of celebrity you. Chris sizes your bus. Deputy on to seven..

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"craig  " Discussed on The KiddChris Show

The KiddChris Show

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"craig " Discussed on The KiddChris Show

"That now. We're talking one of nice lady for the fireworks. I am expecting those phones. The ring off the hook for you. Especially when i put the cameras out greg. Yeah yeah all right. We'll we'll talk more about that next okay a girl. That's kinda like alley right. Yeah hair when let's start. It's a good start. Do you want one. it's alive. yeah okay. so she's got to be alive. Kid chris show. Tbn he's a listener of wb and has been for a while and he's here to He wants to meet women and i. Of course this is the one stop shop for ladies and we want to get him. Some action likes long walks on the riverside. Is that true. He likes goldstar. Ideally the the cheese coney we found out he likes cookies and cream. Ice cream so graders or udf. Malts will do milkshakes and make regular big next day. Also what else. We learned that You have a specific type of woman. You like ahead explain. Let me say a pitcher. Just want alley. Yeah but but you like sin women so so you don't want anybody that stick dick. He'll take thick he doesn't care that's what it said yearbook is good. I'm eating at breathing alive right. Yeah okay in your fifty one years old. Yeah does she like rock music. Music is a bonding moment was less. I'm you made passionate love to a woman. Who was she just somebody from school or what. Don't care some check yeah. You don't remember her name. Yeah that was a hit and run or do you ever relationship with her head. Run craig mack. Are you a pimp. No no no respectable man. You like the romance. So a woman is she if she deserves it. Is that what you said. And she did the right thing. I in a relationship is a two-way street. What is it. What is a romantic situation for you. Craig mack what can you offer this woman. Well what could she offer him. It's a two way street You already said he will Take her on a date. We could walk okay. We could take us right. But what tickles your fancy craig. Mack what would make you fall in love with a woman her. Be nice to me okay. Well then you're out. You're looking for a girl. You're toast a nice cal. There are lots of nice gales out. There is allie. Nice gal is alley somebody. If you're out somewhere would you approach her. And put the craig mack skills down on her. What would you pick up line be. Are you tired because you wrentham online. All oh oh. That's not a good run a lot. So wow did that work ellie. Is there a little bit of a tingle. keep the loans. Open there open mary. I am today husband's very upset. So it's it'll be. We'll have a conversation with him later. He'll be okay. He'll be fine. He'll be fine so creative both. You're the boss greg. And he's a smart man who the relationship who is the boss. You are the woman they saw this guy look at. They're gonna answer. He's ready for a good. Are you ready for a committed. You want to be in a committed relationship flame somewhere. He wants a committed relationship relationship. Look if the ladies wanna come up and and You know maybe entertained craig mack. At some point he is very turned on by Like bikini girls in in Hula hooping and stuff. You know something sexy. I'll i'm willing to give front row to western southern wbz fireworks entertain craig. Mack here in the wbz studios. What do you want for jordan taller. Why do you call then. Hang up my pickup. So i'm willing to give those for you. Craig mack a girl you know a couple of girls or whatever that hookup to entertain you. Okay it'll be the time to shine. Hello caller definitely people hanging out. I don't craig you're striking out with the ladies comeback inside. You're making people nervous allies. Hello i'm willing to give up. What do you want us that work in math. You called us. Oh hey what craig mackel. Now he's right here. he's listening. Asking i pickup is trash. I in bellevue. I will comb whatever he needs to go on. Wow oh you got a lot of friends at bellevue. Prac- someone up by one. Turn on your radio dollars dollars man. I'll take you wherever you need to go. How how about that date. So if we secure date for you drive you and your date to wherever you need to go. Yeah thank you yeah. That's very nice you do but you know. Nobody's calling day today tom. I got the cameras on and everything so this is just the well the offers out there craig back just for you know you love sexy ladies and stuff and i'm with you on that is if somebody You know some ladies wanna come up and do that thing that you Are were proposing in the studio here. Hula-hoop bikinis whatever for you You know i'm willing to give up some of our stash of The front row tickets at western southern wbz fireworks for some ladies. To help you out and you'll be rocketed and a cool t-shirt it's not really looking good for you. This is hello caller. Be all guys keillor. Getting cold feet. Yeah the caller you're on the air you're talking with craig. Mack was up. I that's It's negative cookie nickerson. We have over here. Yeah we haven't talked to you a while. I don't fill up ground above ground. Yeah now. Kate baraga taffy. Yeah yeah well craig. Bax rep kentucky. man. I gave man. I wish he hooked me up. I can't even hook up. craig mack. Good.

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"craig  " Discussed on The KiddChris Show

The KiddChris Show

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"craig " Discussed on The KiddChris Show

"Mandatory vaccination for business owners with your move this week. By the fda you saw the Torrens of companies making it mandatory. And it's going to be controversial but you know what's happened in our situation what we're telling people even though we've achieved almost ninety five percent vaccination double back now is that if you're not gonna get you can't come and work in the office and many people don't even want to come back anyway and so they don't care I think it's a little irresponsible not to get back with this new delta situation. The economy's booming. And you know it's it's a good thing. And i think we're in a good place if if we can get responsible. The tastes are coming from the unvaccinated. So it's been unfair to thirty people at arts act. You remember other types of vaccines that we made. Mandatory for the shake of mankind like polio. You know nobody nobody bitched about that teams. That they're really pissed about this one. Which is all poitical political. And and we'll let you go this like my old thing was These guys are the same ones that say this stuff. Say one's that'll go. Buy pot down the street from some guy. They don't know what they're putting in their body and mountain dew every then they'll say like oh. I can't wait until the government makes we'd legal but but you won't let the government say the vaccines okay. Yeah i know. I i i really. I really think that actually in the technology keeps getting better. We should adopted because six if you know somebody that's been affected by covert. It's not good value. That i know plenty of people. That issues with it he's long haulers paste issues and all this stuff who needs that. Just get the vaccine. Just get the vaccine and everybody watched money court on cnbc. Kevin o'leary is a genius. It's on at ten o'clock on wednesdays. Kevin takes time. I know you're busy. Dude got some wolfpack prank calls. I wanna share with you. These are caused the radio shows. All right are normal. The normal victims here good afternoon. You're on wnyc coming. You sound like a huge tool. You know that. Bill you pecker right you have a good day enjoy ourself said that some people have nothing better to do with the time good afternoon. You're on wwl with well. They did nothing to do. I guess she needs get a job. There are jobs out there saying look there about millions of jobs out there so maybe she's old like me boy. i doubted. don't talk like that. I kid chris show. And i'm excited to actually finally meet the man who is here in the studio He's called a few times. His name is craig mack. What's up craig mack. I'm not feeling sun. Ivaylo craig back the mac attack here he's got flavor his hair as you. Uk yeah that's right. Yeah you're on. do you want to come in here. So you've been our given to j well all the where yom's how does your brothers craig. Mack southern call in to our show weeks ago. yeah first time. Caller longtime listener. That's right and we're like we gotta get this guy up here to hang out right craig. Mack yeah craig was saying. He's a he he he. Will you live with your brothers right. Yeah yeah and he was upset. Those brothers don't bring girls home for him right. Yeah yeah we got nathan enough. I know that you can't you can't do that with that. But you are girls. Yeah and i was telling my go. Get some girls up here for you. Hula-hoop in yeah. I said you walk. You wanna see girls come up here and and get skimpy and hula-hoop for you scream every time you talk because i was like i could probably get like get some girls come up here in bikinis or something hula-hoop for you right or something sexy like that and i'll give them like the front row to the fireworks or something right creator wrestling jello pet do that. Yeah because and he'll get inside. But you girls right craig. Mack your to hold you craig. Mack fifty one. You like you ever had a girlfriend married and no hell no right. You can't hold a good man down Hamas the last time you've had a girlfriend been on the market ladies. Where where'd you go to school newport. High school okay. Supressed mac went to newport high school. It's been a while since he's had a gal what would you do. We've gone on a date with a girl. Where would you take her at intimidated. Seem to the movies right favorite restaurant. Yeah you're in you live where kentucky side into. Yeah okay. You're in bellevue right Where where would you take her to date. goldstar yet. does your star guy over skyline. Well gold serves over there. I know the guy that runs it chilly wreck so you could go there so you would take a girl on a nice romantic dinner to goldstar. Yeah and then go to a movie now. How would you get because we had to get a car to come get you. How'd you get around a bus. Oh you take her on a bus trip. He's these constable. We'd better get these phone lines ring and five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine right yesh. I'm willing to. I could get my hands on some Front row first lady's if they want to come up here and you know we could set it up for next week or whatever but little sex who danced for your something because you like the ladies. It'll be a turn of the mac. Yeah how about that. Craig what would you like an woman. Tell us in. Like skating sounded like her. Hello you don't you don't like girls. Yeah i won't be too picky at fifty one years old. You gotta take what you can get. Here's the thing but if he doesn't have a car you stay thin by walking a lot of places that's true and i love to see is on where to go i see so you wanna take a girl in a romantic walk to the goldstar. Oh take a romantic walk to the to the movie and do you want her to pay for the movies. Hey you will okay. Do you do have a job right. did you say you work at I-i've okay okay. Yeah yeah the little problem. The management or something. Yeah okay hello caller. we lost. Yeah i thought it was a girl that was going to call and talk to you man. We gotta get you some love to that. Should be the goal. Is the key light blonde. Yeah what is what is your taste in women. Are there any anything. What about ball chick now here. Okay all right. Well do to put cameras on Next up on. Facebook live and stuff. So everybody sort of ladies could see craig mack. And maybe we'll put that offer out there for some ladies to come up and entertain him For front row to the western southern wbz fireworks. We're talk about their date. Yeah or yeah talk about going on a date with a maybe a date to the fireworks about.

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"Great leadership isn't just about leading others. Great leadership starts with self leadership. Why because your potential to lead others is a direct result of how you lead yourself. Let me say it again. Your potential to lead others as always a direct result of how you lead yourself now. Why does self leadership matter so much. Let's talk about it if you're my leader. I'm not just listening to what you say. But i'm watching. How you live and lead. You know this because you do this with the people that lead you so if you're my leader and you live with discipline intention outy integrity and purpose. What happens my respect for you grows my trust for you. Deepens and my willingness to follow you grows exponentially but the opposite is true as well when you live without discipline without intention analogy without integrity and without purpose my respect for you diminishes my trust for you weakens and i honestly don't wanna follow someone. I don't trust or respect. You know this is true. You've worked for all different types of leaders and you will work for a paycheck but you'll give your heart to emission you love and a leader you respect so when you lead others. Remember there watching you closely because your potential to lead others is a direct result of how you lead yourself.

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"craig  " Discussed on Recovery Survey

Recovery Survey

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"craig " Discussed on Recovery Survey

"Good fight anything wrong with me. And i spent the next twenty eight years on eighty thousand bills that i swallowed and total for schizophrenia. Front row bible and all this stuff. My guest today is named craig lewis..

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

"We know that every great organization or ministry has to start somewhere and a lot of people are wondering how. And when do i start so in. Today's episode we're talking. All about starting title is the art. Starting your business. It's great to have you back for another episode of the craig. Rochelle leadership podcast. We have a really special treat for you today. I've got a fantastic interview before i introduce our guest. I wanna tell you if you're new with us. We drop a new episode on the first thursday of each month. We've also got some additional resources. We love to get you in a leader guide. We've got questions points of application. You can use to go over your team. I'd love to invite you to subscribe where every consume the content and you can go to live dot shirts slash leadership. Podcast tells your email and we'll send you the leader guide now. Our guest today is a world class. Leader fantastic communicator. And you started many different organizations bianca. Warez althoff the founding pastor you and your husband of the father's house in orange county and you also started In his love several years ago in the name of love of prison initiative you also have the podcast called lescoe there. We're gonna we're going there where you definitely go there and you've got a fantastic book as well how to have your life not suck which is really kind of a good goal. I'm gonna keep it simple. I wanted title takes everything that does a good good good goal in life is great to have you on with this and Admired your leadership for so many years. And i love the fact that you not only lead something but you started a couple of organizations and i wanna talk to you a little bit about about that. You started your most recent one a little bit later in life. I imagine some people that are wondering. When is the right time to start. What is it that chewed you and matt that this was a great time to start what you lied so let me first say that i love this podcast on your avid listener to this podcast. I can markedly look back at where i was at certain seasons or places or even countries where be running and listening to this podcast so i am an avid podcast listener of yours and now get to be on the show. So thank you for having me i. I'm obsessed with the show. So i think it'd beginning stages of starting anything. Always fill with a a discontent. There's something that is missing or something's wrong. Or if i dare to say this. I think i might be able to do this better. That kind of quiet discontent within within turns into something that fosters a sense of ideas. What can i do. How can make this howling a further faster and farther With with this thing that. I'm bringing to the market so for me. It's always with this sense of disconnect Discontent in trying to provide something a felt need for somebody in my world a like that. I can imagine there a lot of people listening right now. That want to start something. Maybe a a youtube channel or maybe a nonprofit or maybe a business..

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"craig  " Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"craig " Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"In the early hours, , of Sunday, , June twenty, , six, , two, , thousand eleven, , James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. . He had locked his case inside his car. . It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven , year old African American man wasn't prepared for. . Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. . Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. . Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. . Craig's orange, , Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, , Mississippi. . Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, , the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. . A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. . The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. . Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. . Too, , young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. . He asked the pair. . If they had a coat hanger, , he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. . The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. . Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. . The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. . Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. . The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. . He called cry a racist slur and yoed. . Get away from white truck. . Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. . The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. . The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. . Craig. . Afterwards. . He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. . As the JAPE. . Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. . What Pale? ? In response, , the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. . What. . Pale. .

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"craig  " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"craig " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Three o'clock. I'm Craig Allen. Let's rock. I got a yellow on the way. Tom Petty, the pretenders to Katrina and the waves. I do Jersey, one of 1.5 Just wait. Just wait. I don't want you back way..

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"craig  " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"craig " Discussed on Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

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