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Fresh update on "daly" discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"How you're listening to these programmes on a podcast or website. The truth is, is that most couples when they get married you know they've been hard after pursuing each other and so they're focused is directly on one another, and then they conquer, they get married and then many other things start to take their eyes off of each other. You think about work and kids, and just the pursuit of this new life, and that's what I was saying to greg is that our is have not remained on each other it's been the. Slow, fade of we went from absolutely pursuing each other wholeheartedly to pursuing many other things. wholeheartedly. That's Aaron Smalley and she's with us again today along with her husband, Dr? Greg Smalley, and this is focused on the family with Jim. Daly thanks for joining US I'm John Fuller John. We started a great conversation with Aaron and Greg yesterday on how couple. So often after we get married begin to feel more like roommates growing apart in marriage is something that happens almost. Naturally, if you don't make your relationship priority and we're not talking about a full blown crisis you're just kind of going through the motions of work and kids and all the things that are going on and pretty soon it's just a business you run and right home economics but we want to encourage you to do it differently. The Way God intended to happen and that stay connected all levels emotionally spiritually physically and and how to prime the pump. To make sure that can happen if you're feeling like you're marriage could use a new spark or that you need to regain some ground with your spouse, you're gonNA WANNA lean in today we have a great conversation that started last time in all encourage you to swing by the website for the CD or listen there or to get the APP. So you can listen on the go we talked with Dr, Greg Smalley and errands molly about a variety of things and. I'm sure we'll recap that in a moment. Let me just say they've written a number of books. It's always great to have them here. As Greg said yesterday we let them out of their offices to come into the studio because they had the marriage effort here and They really make a big difference in that realm. The book that we're talking about today is called reconnected moving from roommates to soulmates in your marriage, and we do have that contact us for a copy, our numbers eight, hundred, the letter a. and the word family or online focus on the family dot com slash broadcast, Greg, and welcome.
DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship
"Will have a major championship awarded here's Dan Reardon for the third day in a row, the overnight leader with 102nd PGA Championship. Is a new name heading into today's final round of Harding Park in San Francisco. Former U. S Open champion Dustin Johnson holds the lead at nine under Poor Johnson found success on the Greens on Saturday and posted a 565 toe lied to rookie study. Scheffler by one shot. Scheffler, who also turned in a 65 on Saturday, would be the first player since Sean McKeel to make the PGA their first tour win and the first since John Daly in 1992 to do it as a rookie, Cameron champ and Colon Marika will be the second to last group out champ, also a stroke back at minus eight. Morikawa at minus seven, Along with Paul Casey and two time PGA Champion Brooks kept Tiger Woods will have to wait if he has to add to his major wins. Total Woods with the 72 on Saturday is plus two for the tournament, one stroke better than ST Louis and Adam Long covering the PGA
COVID-19 cases in Arizona see dramatic decreases in August
"Infections in Arizona continues to decline. Correspondent Miguel Marquez is in Phoenix before reopening. Arizona's daily case count was in the hundreds By July 1st, it was nearly 5000 new cases every day. Today, the state is seeing about 1500 cases. Daly. The number of Corona virus deaths in the U. S has topped 161,000 man
Join Us in Prayer for Our Nation
"To join us for the call center. I'm John. Stonestreet, this is great for. Christians should be among those most deeply concerned about the divided state of our nation left versus right mass. No mass reopened versus stay at home virtual school versus in person raised politics police abortion religious liberty not to mention the remainder of what certain to be brutal presidential campaign. The issues we face range from essential to non-essential on essential matters, we should mourn deception and vowed to fight. For the truth on non essential matters we should mourn and hope to overcome division God's people can neither stay on the sidelines nor run away from the struggle instead knowing there is no hope other than Christ. We must ask onto mercifully powerfully mobilize us is people to advance that which is true and good if Christians are to speak with clarity courage and confidence and to be the. Of Truth and love and a world of Noise Echo Chambers, then we'll need to be prepared but even perfectly crafted arguments cannot replace Shut Colson would say the church being the Church speaking cannot replace being and to be the people that God calls us to be right now, we must rely on prayer. That's why each and every Wednesday morning between all the twelfth of November, the fourth, and that's the morning after the twenty twenty election the Colson center will be hosting a national prayer time the a Webinar we want you to join US each and every week to pray first and foremost for God's mercy. But that he would revive his church that he would bring about a renewal of righteousness that he would empower us to courageously offer protection for the most vulnerable to champion reconciliation across our deepest divides and that he would. Allow us to be instruments in the sustaining of religious freedom and the recovery of the family in our nation. Each prayer time will feature a devotional challenge and a prayer by Christian leaders such as Oz Ganesh Johnny Eric's Totta focus on the family President Jim Daly Woodside Bible Pastor Chris Brooks and watermark pastor Todd Wagner as well as at Stecher from the Billy Graham Center and the Heritage Foundation President Keiko James Now due to the limited capacity of zoom there will be limited live spots each week available to everyone who registers However, each weeks recording will be sent to anyone who registers so come to breakpoint dot org for more details and Fiji's Paul tells us that we don't wrestle against flesh and blood but against the rulers, the authorities, the cosmic powers over this present darkness against the spiritual forces of evil in heavenly places when people see us their enemies, it's difficult to remember that they aren't our enemies. So what we need to do as Paul Instructs this put on the former of God Faith Truth Righteousness Peace Salvation the word of God. And he says praying at all times in the spirit with all prayer and supplication keeping alert with all perseverance making supplication for all the Saints, and the Book of acts the earliest church activity we read off is prayer thousands of people from completely different backgrounds came together in one mind one art in prayer with one accord. That's what acts chapter one, verse fourteen and Chapter Two versus forty. Two seven says than what happened with the Holy Spirit moved in the world was never the same in fact, every spiritual revolution in history. With some kind of unified persevering prayer the very first outpouring of the holy. Spirit. In acts to the great awakenings, the businessman's revival and the Welsh revival story after story, you read the same thing people prayed God's spirit moved on the other hand every Christian history who was able to persevere and righteousness. Temptation or persecution without seeing revival in their lifetime they also did that through prayer. Our prayer of course cannot force God's hand but are only way forward is to seek his will together are purse can't control God. But we can invite him to change our hearts and minds including our own gods always working in our lives whether we realize it or not. But something powerful and world changing happens when people pray for God's spirit to move. The, Great Jonathan Edwards urged his fellow pastors to quote be much in prayer and fasting both in secret and with one another it is God's will. He said that the prayers of his saints shall be great and the principal means of carrying on the designs of Christ's kingdom in the world. When God has something to accomplish for his church, it is with his will that there should precede it the extraordinary prayer of his people Paul even tells us to pray for all things at all times for sesame chapter five specifically for our leaders both spiritual and secular as what the
The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Embracing Duality
"Hello, my friends welcome back to Daly Brett. I'm departure Chopra. Everything that exists somewhere in the world also exists. In us. That's applied this idea to our own life and try and make societies that caused embracing duality. Let's say the expedient of duality. You will need a pencil and a piece of paper. So sit down quietly now and think oh Boson. You find attractive. On the left side of the paper lists ten or more desirable qualities that this person possesses. Write them down. Don't allow your conscious mind to edit your thoughts. Be, completely honest. Why do you like this person? Is the bosom gained loving flexible. Drives, a nice car has nice house. Whatever reason comes to write it down. Now think of a person who you find relatively unattractive or repulsive, even evokes negative energy. So on the right side of the paper listing on more undesirable qualities. When you've completed voteless think again about the Bush knew find attractive enlists three unattractive traits in that person. and Vice Versa for the unattractive dozen list three traits. You should have at least twenty six qualities listed. Circa every quality that you own yourself for example, but it could be compassionate, allowing or impatient. Put the woods circled. Put a check mark next to the ones that definitely do not apply to you. And, I'll go back to woods and identified the top three that describe you write down those three words. On the back of the paper. Do the same for the woods that you checked. Read. These six woods allowed. Do Yourself. And now recognize that you are all of these traits, all of these traits, the negative and positive. And when you do that, you actually very good about yourself.
The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire
"Back to Daly. Brett I'm Deepak Chopra. Series is. Synchronous knee and the spontaneous with of desire. And what I call. Living Sing credentials. The principle of synchronous knee is found in the Sutra. Humber mass me. Translated the core of my being the ultimate reality. The root and ground of the universe. This source of all that exists. So what is the core of being coding being is pure consciousness before it modifies itself into expense. This essential quarterback being Modifies itself into sensations sense perceptions, images feelings thoughts. That we ultimately experience. As a mind body, and what recall the physical universe? which is really the interpretation of perception activity human perceptual activity? And of course. In. The human brain. Awebber when you make the statement the goal. is the ultimate reality. You're already acknowledging the underlying intelligence at the core of all bodies your body by body. And ultimately anything that we call a physical object in other words the entire universe. Body. The planetary body. The universal buddy that intuit's everything from subatomic particles. To Stars in galaxies in everything in between. Let's call this the conscious intelligent field of the universe. The universal consciousness the spring of the Moss. It is the extended body that we all share. Are All started spinks recycling as body mind and planet. You and I are localized bodies and the universe. Are, exactly the same unified process. Thoughts wishes dreams is is. Also part of the activity of the universe. How could they not be? Because everything that we're talking about is contained in the universe, including thoughts wishes dreams is is. Because the nature of ornamented reality is bureau consciousness. So when you realize this, this realization allows us to relinquish control and allow your miraculous life to unfold, you realize. That the universe is unfolding through you spontaneously without resistance. That at at the deepest level. That is only universal. Activity or universal, process. That all you have to do is not interfere. Allow everything to unfold. The Sutra sound simple yet can take a lifetime to comprehend its meaning once again. The meaning is a Roma's me on means I. AM Roma's me means. The universe! Once, we understand this everything becomes possible. Because everything exists within weeks. Within does mean within the body. Within means within consciousness, even the body is experienced. In consciousness.
"daly" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"A whole different day than you. But what we were doing? I like that it seems like that. They prove the theory that If you're married long enough, you walk the same way. They have the same gate. That's true. We're more than they were more than twenty five feet away from us, but also there are about to go somewhere I. Imagine with other people have because. He's he's. He does have that look like? Sit around. We Still Jim rhapsodies. Seventy won't let it go, but he's got boxing. Three looks like looks like a Mac. Right from rocky. Mickey Mickey sorry. Cut Me he's. The expert brought up Adrian earlier. I am an expert on rocky. Take any of your requisite, you'll any question. Yes, what's the name of the guy from Russia? Most obvious Ivan Drago. All Right? What's the guy that wears the roadway and blue shorts? Apollo creed. are, why did the quality of the films dropped so dramatically after the first one? I argue the to is great. I mean I think. It's different. It's like the first one was an academy award. Winning news was real, and then the rest of them are just kind of like Hollywood kind of which sports action movies, which is the one that has that has the first sort of What's it called Mo Monty the exercise Montag training well. More, One and three is the one that like is the famous with either tiger playing these games running on the beach. General that business so I think that's the one where where you kind of go all right. You're playing this for. You're not playing this for serious anymore. Man When that when he came out to, I was in I, loved it. Yeah I. Join the Semesters Loan Fan, club, do you guys still meet? Because that you're was first blood and rocky three right now just like this is Komo. I wrote a fan letter and I got back a form letter, encouraging me to join the fan club which I did, and it may be very uncomfortable because I think it was I think they're thought about their fan clubs that it was mostly girls, and so I would get along like I. Literally got an eight by ten of ham in like a cowboy hat, with like a straw, hanging out of his mouth kind of. Designed autographed doesn't fit any of the roles. He played maybe rhinestone well. Maybe rhinestone was right well. Rancho was Ryan Five, eighty four. Maybe that's what he was shooting he. Was a member of Fan Club when they were promoting Ryan's I. Hope you were like the. Four eighty four rhinestone, yes. That's a good one I've never seen horrible. Bob Clark only. Clark what what hang on Indiana question about the Franklin Oh is close to this. Did you see the most recent? Last blood. Did you see that Nah? I mean I blood is a really? I think really good good movie. I really liked that. And then from that point forward all that Rambo. Stuff is garbage garbage now. Is it the most recent one? I, went to see it, and it was excited to see because I every now, and then he revisits and make something good like Is it rocky five? That's good again. Rocky Balboa. Good good and creed is good so I thought he would do that instead. He went the other way it's. Oliver always laughs because I talked about how bad it is. There's one scene where you know. He sets up traps and a guy steps on something, and he gets hit in the face basically with a with a rake. So you know it's it's. A sword that takes his head off. So it, it's the same technology. As. It comes slices off and then Rambo still walk by shoots him in Cheddar. As he's walking past, so Oliver always started over I'll go. Hey, dad..
"daly" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Still is trump wanted so there's one I don't know if they ever call them for the parade, but I guess he's at the visit. By the way you've introduced a concept that I wasn't aware of is virtuoso an actual class that you like. You have to like. Get a certificate that says belt. Sure about that, but I know that that you like your first share. Second share, right. And, so of your first year you're undoubtedly virtuoso. Okay. If you say so I, mean in a smaller orchestra. That may not be true. I'll tell you one time I was walking around the Sony Lot. Sony Lot. What I was there for? It's not Gordon and I saw Ben Schwartz Comedian bench ward. Yeah, he was hanging around to he goes. Hey, you wanna see something. Bench Schwartz GonNa, show me as Dick Again. That's sure what and he goes air coming here and it was on a gigantic sound stage. They were recording the score for. Jurassic Park Lost World Ben. Schwartz is friends with the guy. The composer of the score and it's a huge giant orchestra of people dressed now. I'm dressed better than the people dressed like us. Yeah, it was really weird to see gigantic orchestra people in casual, wear and. We were allowed to go into the room, and then I was me. I screwed I screwed up a take somehow. I forget how. The way I closed the door or something I was like Oh was. Just? Did you just walk in and go? I can't believe you're all address. But you know who was there on cello. Dermott Maruni that his name. WHAT THE ACTOR! Yes, what are you talking about on cello? Look it up in the. Morini played shallow on the Jurassic Park loss world score. That's what I'm telling you that's. All. That is the craziest piece of Trivia. He's not even in the movie. No, he's not no. That's just the thing he does Dermot Mulroney. What are you like? They're just thinking. How is the craziest hobby ever? He's a world-class cellist. Virtuoso. Class ticket. He's a brown he. He is on the soundtrack for rogue, one holy Shit as a cello player. Unbelievable. Yeah, that's fascinating. Gela Him. Now I'm mad at him. Mission impossible. Three Star Trek Jurassic World. Like World Oh. What did I say you? He's a drastic loss. Which is, that's the second one shocked that I. Know The titles of to Jurassic Park movies come into. Play at all. What I don't don't Rooney played on a different. Watch, but when he told the story I was imagining it that it was the late nineties now I realize it was probably five years ago Oh. Yes, that's the one with the the with the gerbil balls, or is that the one that's Chris Pratt and watchable. It's the Gerbil Ball. It is unwatchable on watchable. Right. There I. I didn't even see the second. One so bad but yeah, it's that. Does the GERBIL balls in? That one I love. Ron Howard's daughter's name. Who's escaping me Bryce Dallas. Love, her and In that movie, it's I guess she even that couldn't carry it for me because they gave her that annoying. thankless task of you're going to be the Nagy Lady in this action movie like you're just going to be like uptight and annoying the whole time. You don't have any rain. You're just going to do this one note and that's like what what can you do agreed is she liked the Adrian Balboa of the movie like? Don't you can't get it? It's more like it's annoying like Hollywood. Thing where it's like these like these X.'s like this guy used to date this woman and it's a little bit tense, but maybe there's still something there, and then they're thrust into an insane situation that they have to survive, and so of course that like ups, the Ante. But but yeah, she's just kind of like. I don't know I don't even I don't even remember the specifics. I remember she's. Character you're right. It's just that by the way I I almost felt the need to correct anti daily and Are you talking about Adrian Bar Bow. Almost came out of my mouth. almost came out of my knowledge in in in that condescending tone, that would be tranquillity levels. Surely. You mean age embargo. Let's see of Andy Andy Decking T. can you tell us where the where you would find the Sea of tranquility? On the Moon I believe you're GONNA get that. I never felt dumber than we played trivia. And that was the question and I.
"daly" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"It was probably blocking that backup cameras view of something. From of the guests, each area, but To that point. I I was excited to put on a green shirt today. About that because I don't have to be in front of a green screen for the first time in months, so this has been Anyway I thought it was a great experiment I'll see you guys. On Thursday! Jimmy. Do ten episodes, but now. I guess we probably should have thought about that of at least doing the second the players club this week. I still call it the players because I got a text message coming in from our guest. terrific Our guest is actually running late as well so that is a perfect works. worked out well for us. Jimmy yes, so we both have these green screen things two different kinds as do I yes? Have you gotten good at folding them? I appreciate you asking that because I'm GonNa, tell you something so the other one the one that is about the size of a billiard table. Yeah, right, so matt. BELKNAP leaves it here in the studio for me and he said. Good luck folding this. It took me hours or something like you said something. I said I'm going to give you a tutorial. Because I had to ask Elliott for a tutorial and then I watched a youtube video on. Explain in words so all right, so so that's it so I set it up for the first week and I put it up and You know it does what it does is. It doesn't get close enough to my fucking wall. Everything is a disaster with the with where my desk is position in office so then we wrap up and I have my usual winedown I. Put some music on I start cleaning up. The okay microphone gets slide you over to the side headphones put away and so forth, and then it was time for the green screen to go away and I folded that thing. In four seconds really. Cut To last week. Set the thing up. Forty five minutes. Where's the fucking video? I had to go on Youtube and look for that video, and even though that guy shows you how to do it, he goes you. Just grab grab here and pole and make it a little soft Taco full again and then across your arms and. Even that took it took me a fricken. Our full the thing, the second time I, I was having the same trouble as you. Because every other time I would do it right and every other time. I couldn't do it. Yeah, and I finally figured out the crossing arms thing. Fuck that noise. Yeah, so you do the TACO thing. Yeah, and then you have that sort of curve up and down. Those those come in. And the whole thing just folds on itself, and I could demonstrate probably, and I will probably fuck it up. Easy. But it's the same. It turns out. Shame principle. And with the with the rectangular. When you just do with the wide way, right, you're basically making one circle or oval, or whatever the shape is into three right I mean is that the physics of it is more like four? See that's I mean when I think about it too much. It starts to hurt my brain, but that, but I I sort of realized because I had the same thing I did it with no help immediately or twice, and then completely lost the ability to do it ship I hadn't done it the first time, and it was like I was just winging it, and then somehow winging, it stopped working, and then I had to like really buckle down. I hadn't brought up because I wanted to bring it up on the show about how that first time was like. Putin you're out of your mind. Why do you have to look at a video for this like this? Maybe the easiest thing I've ever done in my life and then the second one. I kind of cleaned up I waited for the green screen last. For whatever reason go well. That's GONNA. Take me another four seconds, even if it goes wrong ten seconds and an hour later, I'm yelling video guy was. How many times did you think to yourself? I'm going to break Elliott's green screen because that went through my head, many many every, and then at one point I didn't give a shit. The fucking money I don't care if I break this thing I had that moment to? If I can get it in the bag. I don't care if it's right or not. As a reminder last week I said as we got on the Air I go. Hey, Eliot. I'm using the old one on my chair this week because I wasn't about to take it out of the bag. Even though my life is a nightmare with the thing on my chair, I can't. The web around is what's called an IT's. It's a good idea. Great idea, but the thing it hits me right in the wrong body of the little loop over the of the back of the chair. Yeah, it also needs to be I ten inches bigger. They do have a model that square. Out of you mean like a nerd. Well that's good because this is a very nerdy thing to talk about. Always, think about what what do my neighbors? Is there like you know 'cause? There's only one angle that this is bizarre. There's only one angle that it might. Neighbor can see into our office where the studio is for my desk in studio. and it's their bathroom. Go to open their bathroom. They can look out and we occasionally over the last ten years have made the most awkward eye contact. Because I. Know it's their bathroom. Right and so I! See Them Open. We look who. Both go into a panic. But I wonder if they go to do that and look out. And they see me sitting at my ear animatedly with that thing behind me. What I! What is that assault doing now streaming fortnight? Probably what they think. Oh, probably just a game programmer I mean you look. You react to that like you wouldn't be embarrassed by that. Being a Pro Gamer! Yeah, what's more embarrassing being a programmer or PODCAST. Game, it's so close. Call on, let's go, I. Don't know I'm very happy with my life. I'm happy that I am too, but when I go to explain to a stranger. Embarrassed to say Oh yeah, by make my living playing fortnight. Yeah, that's interesting. Although some somebody find that more interesting than what we well at least more people would know what you were talking about. That's for sure yeah. Although more people urge discovery, probably. But again it's like I. Always say but the podcasting. Somehow it's flipped where it's like. Well, how are you on the podcast? All my cousins and it's like Oh. Yeah, but I. Literally bought a house. Over years over years, not that I bind with road with road, money and my Conan, O'Brien money, and then race to escape race to escape. The point is I'm not a guy I'm not your cousin. We're your six. Other cousins are listening. and not to disparage the hobbyists they're. Supposed to be a hobby, yeah yeah. Thank Christ it isn't. Also yeah I by the way speaking of which I know you WANNA show the demonstration on that while it's in my head. I want to thank the. Had Fourteen phone calls yesterday, yeah! I knew people answering your e mail on the the personal phone call for the tier three so I get us good reminder to people that are at the tier, one of the two one of the perks and tier threes. You have the opportunity to have a fifteen minute private phone. Call with me that I I have I know I've been a broken record on this. I found them very rewarding, and I can only hope that the listeners have as well but we have a nice time. We talk for a little while we then the the last few seconds. Some have had a question that they've always wanted to ask about. Never not funny, which is interesting? How many people ask what's your fucking problem? Well yesterday. so nice questions or we play. We play sevens for the last couple of minutes and yesterday the winner the clubhouse.
Mountain lion sighting in Los Angeles County's Monrovia neighborhood
"Line seen roaming in a neighborhood in Monrovia has now vanished it was seen earlier this morning wandering around reports that it attacked anyone or any pets Tim Daly is with the state fish and wildlife tells KNX there have been other mountain lion sightings in the area recently and it's likely the same cat when you're looking same startling certainly but has to have one of our folks told me today mountain lions were around us all the time especially during their feeding hours after after it gets dark we just don't know what he says the police official wildlife officials it may stop searching soon as assuming it went back up into the mountains that's that's the hope police though are warning people to be very very careful this again in the Monrovia area
"daly" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"Hi I'm Tim Daly the Voice of Superman and you're about to get a sneak peek of justice, League. Doom right here on sci-fi talk. Really I, as I was prepping for this this morning. I was thinking about Superman and realising why he is. And will always be the best superhero. And I think it's essentially his. Ability to fly. I mean he can fly. Without any gimmicks or devices that such an amazing thing and I've been developing this theory about that's why he's endured for so long because human beings have this. Innate. Thing, it seems of of Dreaming About Flight it's it's in our DNA. Somehow even children dream about flying. And I think that that. Is just thinking about that for a second and all the things you could do that and the responsibility that you would have being able to at any moment. Just leave your environment and go someplace else. puts me in the right mood. I was at at the lot where we should private practice, and they shoot the closer next door and a guy from the cast of closer came up to me. And started talking to me about Superman, and he did about fifteen or twenty minutes about the nuances of my character and my voice, and the the you know the back story in the psychological impact of it all and I was astounded that this adult man took it so seriously, and had thought so deeply about it and I thought my God I. You know the fans of you know comic. Characters are really serious about it and love a lot and I better honor that because You know the those are the people who are are the core audience for this stuff, and and they love it to death, so it made me Have even greater respect for Superman, minority did. It depends I mean mostly superman is. Very straightforward. He's an earnest guy and he's usually in a lot of jeopardy and try to save someone and trying to organize people to. Save themselves or do the right thing. Clark. especially you know when he is. With lowest and and stuff has a little bit of A. He's got a little bit more nuance than that although. Over the years, Batman and Superman have an interesting relationship that they've developed and not so much in in doom, but in public enemies. You know there. There's this sort of Ri-. humor that that Superman has about Batman and and he. He is becoming sort of used. Cynicism and taken with a grain of salt, which I think is is fun. That's really fun to play..
"daly" Discussed on Doughboys
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"daly" Discussed on Doughboys
"Rocker. Sammy Hagar. WHY THE RED ROCKER! That's what he's known as Sammy Hagar a van Hagar Frontman, the integration of Van Halen without David Lee Roth. I have a fondness for the man. I read his autobiography. Did you really I? Did Yeah my life and read. You're an odd bird wags. What I like about Hagar is that he's one of those guys who's just a great pipes, and we should introduce our guests in one secondary great pipes obviously, but but he also. He has like one of these incredible minds for business, and so you read his book, and he's always things like he saw van Halen was was spending all this money on booking travel, so like I'm just going to start my own travel agency and all van. HALEN's travel, so he was his band. He was paying himself through his own band to book the company's travel. And then it's also things like he. He invested in mountain bikes just before the mountain bike craze in the nineties got got rich off of that. He, he is a CO owner of what was at one point. The number two fire Sprinkler Company in America, you, go in any office building. There's like a forty percent chance that one of those sprinklers you see is owned by Sammy Hagar. How about that can be real with you? Yeah, this is. The dumbest Shit. He's an remarkable figure. I gotta give I gotTA. Give credit really quick that that drop was from roast beef a weeps. A roast beef a and then W. E F S. Who writes thanks for? Thanks for laughs during all the chaos, it means everything very nice. Thank you. Nice people weaves spoon. Man Drops at gmail.com. Eggs Senate in. Hey, we have introduced have one bit of news that we should. We should get out up top Mitch We have a little bit of a of. A OF A new. Why am I having trouble saying this? We have a new hire. That's what I'm trying to say. We have a new hire. Just as Sammy Hagar once talked about going higher higher in his song dreams. We have a new hire of our own. Social Media Manager Robert per singer the drop. Cage shocking. Now in employee of dough, boys media he is joining are pretty sure Emma to help us out here so welcome per singer. Hell yeah welcome Robert. We've officially buried. You Songs Corpse. Yeah, he was fired and then killed, and now he's in Hell So. The cyclists joy how you song! He didn't commit any sins other than working for no boys media. The one that sends you there. That's the one that says you should know that's your. That's the fate that awaits you per singer, but welcome aboard. We're happy to have you. A lot of our social media. Posts will be courtesy of the drop gang. There's only fucking Black T. in hell to sorry. Our guest today is an actor and comedian. You know him for many places including Kroll show John! Daly is back on the podcasts John Everybody. How's it going? Good, to do good to be here I'm doing weird and doing good everything's fine. Yeah Yeah. Just thanks for giving me something to do. It's been this is already great. Already Great Mardi having like stimulation and having to. Get in the mode of of getting even ready to be seen on a computer image is. Does something to you psychologically that I appreciate so that's eight. It's like not having to get yourself ready to encounter other people every day. Necessarily is the worst thing about it's very depressing basically. To even talking to people on the phone is kind of weird, but anyway I didn't want to bum. You guys out here we are. It's dope boys. Let's go..
NHL plans to test players for coronavirus daily if games resume
"The NHL announced that they will be testing for the coronavirus coronavirus daily if games start happening now this is deputy commissioner bill Daly we'll have a rigorous daily testing protocol pleasure tested every evening in those results are obtained before they would leave their hotel room the next morning so we'll know if they have a positive test whether the player self quarantine he said it's just this is the NHL saying it's expensive but we think it's a foundational element of what we're trying to accomplish each yes cost about a hundred twenty five Bucks to Gary Bettman said that twenty five thousand to thirty five thousand tests will be needed price tag of millions of dollars but that's with the
'A step toward normalcy' - NHL shapes a return to play plan
"So the NHL's not gonna be regular season but they are gonna have a playoff season they put out a plan today that it will go straight into the playoffs with twenty four teams instead of sixteen if the answer was able to resume play that's what commissioner Gary Bettman the NHL said early today he said and I quote of the return to play plan since March twelfth we've been hopeful and optimistic that by developing all options alternatives we could get to this point I know I join sports fans everywhere when I say we cannot wait for the players hit the ice again as we see some return to normalcy this is an important day for NHL fans in quote let's bring in a man that works with Gary Bettman as a matter by his right hand man he's bill Daly NHL deputy commissioner joining us in Freddie and Fitzsimmons on ESPN radio and SiriusXM channel eighty bill we can say this is whatever step it is first step middle step whatever that means but now there's a plan in place if things are able to happen the way you want what does this mean for your support not having the force to be taking a year off because a Copa ninety yeah well I I agree with you it's a I can't I can't number the staff but it is the staff and I think it's an important step and while I'm the first to acknowledge that we still have a long road to travel and so were playing games I think you know you always need to to make progress and I think that we made significant progress in as Gary alluded to a number of times during his availabilities today you know I I think it's a positive message for a fan base and certainly exhibits and demonstrates that both the league our clubs and our players have an interest in bringing the games back provided self help you save to do it so so we're pleased with today but also understand that a lot of work out of this hello there hope is not a plan you guys actually put a plan in place as you mentioned no set start date everyone has to be cleared and have to be safe but take us behind the scenes you found a way as a league to get an amicable deal done to have a plan to return to the ice to return to the game with the players MLB take note and you you and you and you did it away from the media this is all done behind the scenes how were you able to get this done you know what we we've had and and you know I I I couldn't give the the players and the players association more credit in terms of how they approach the situation it is not a pleasant situation for everybody we understand there are a lot of people suffering both from a health standpoint but an economic standpoint as well in our fans are missing the game and I got you know that they could have taken a myriad of different approaches than they have but since day one we really have been online in wanting to come up with a plan wanted to do what's right for this for what's right for our for our players for our clubs and for our fans in terms of of coming back to play bring the game back and and trying to you know take those steps to get back to normalcy so you know they they've been instrumental in this entire process we form what we call the resumption of play committee early on five active players were participated in that lead during during otherwise tough times though they they volunteered their time to give some thought to this and and to help us work through the issues we were guided a lot bye bye the their input on on certain issues particularly with respect to the difficulties they will have of being out of of of you know hockey conditioning for two months now you know the need for ice time potentially a longer training camp than they would normally have just so the you know just to preserve their their health and safety and so I you know that they had a large hand in in in sculpting on this and you know we we so it looks still work in progress and in in many ways but again I think there's a lot of certainty to it and it does give our fans something to look
NHL players will get daily tests if play resumes
"See the NHL meanwhile announced their regular season is over and now league plans to go to a twenty four team playoff format into hub cities yet to be determined and once play resumes players will be tested for covert nineteen daily deputy commissioner bill Daly says the players will be tested each evening once they arrive in the city they'll play games in commissioner Gary Bettman estimated the league could do twenty five to thirty thousand tests while finishing its
Rare inflammatory disease in children could be linked to COVID-19
"We're learning more about the mysterious life threatening illness affecting children an illness that may be linked to to the corona virus here is Jurica Duncan twelve year old Julia daily is recovering at her Louisiana home and now we need to have a virtual playdates after a terrifying bout with the cold virus she was in the I see you for ten days what do you remember Julia my dad was telling me that one of them Sean Daly is her father I was just basically in shock they had me leave the room and then that's when her heart stopped in there to perform CPR her illness is now being counted as one of the rare cases of the pediatric inflammatory syndrome that has doctors around the world concerned cardiologists Dr J. Klima hand treated Juliet doctor what do you see when there's a cardiac complication informational purposes I'm especially ordinary arteries you want to the muscles are another puzzling feature doctors say some of the children with the syndrome showed no signs of covert in the beginning in fact they say they only learn a child had cove it after receiving a positive antibody test which shows if you've already been exposed to the virus doctors are giving children with this syndrome a combination of steroids and
"daly" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"My good friend Conor. Daly got got my buddy conner daily on the line. I guess got to be a full time indycar driver this year but right now you're fulltime. Ira Sir my friend. How's everything going? Yeah it's an interesting title to Have never really expected that Yeah here we are. I mean. It's obviously a weird time can be alive right now. but We gotta do the best of what we got right now which is currently Video Games and steering wheels in our guest bedrooms in my case. It's pretty wild. I got a radio studio in my guest bedrooms. So there you go you know what I mean. It's we do what we gotta do to stay relevant right Yeah exactly I mean it is what it. W- you know I I. I've always been into video games. Love Video Games. I've always been called nerd but my friends but now a lot of the other drivers are putting in more hours than I do. So is this you know it's it's hilarious tables of turn. Everyone is now nerd and You know we're all competing like it's a real race every weekend because you know we're competitive here. Well you know it's funny. I had this conversation with somebody yesterday and I said you know out of everybody in motor sport. And we don't WanNa get into the guys who have definitely hurt their stock by the whole I racing thing but out of everybody in Motorsport. I said you know caught her. I said I said I appreciate him. Because I said you go into the indycar season and then you look a month and a half later. And I said Qatar's the one guy who's actually improved his stock because not only do we know you're bad ass indycar driver but now you've got this social following in the IRA and community and gaming. And everything else. Like I I don't know if there's a way to be successful in the middle of a pandemic somehow you figured out a way to stay relevant. Actually Improve Your stockman. I appreciate it man. I mean it. It's all about building brand. I mean every day even even when the world was you know was running as normal. You got to build your brand every day whether it's on me or whatever and I mean I've been on the twitch twitch stuff for a while but You know I never really played racing games. So it's not really been super appealing. I guess my core fan base But now enforced new so You know it's it's it's something my family's Roy I think you know I'm I'm still going to be streaming as much lower normally stream. You know when when this whole pandemic is over. I'll probably play a little bit more duty than I. Racing but I I'm not a huge fan of the area since then but I think probably still end up doing some mobile rations with some people because oval stuff fun but but yeah it's it's it's it's something you gotTa Think About Building Your brand twitch platform that we have is so great big fans engaged if people that support you are able to support you. You know multiple way on their platform. So I think it's I think that. Yeah well I ask her. Twit stream has become like its own thing. You know what I mean like. It's and you've got. I mean everybody talks about when you guys whether it be you know we had my offer event you guys have the rallycross stuff you got the indycar stuff but your stream. I mean and you got the usual suspects you and Alex and and travel and I chatter e POPs on their hinch does with some of the events things like that you know. It's like what I did this whole thing. You'd organized because now it's become like the place to go and when something's on everybody wants to tune into your twitch twitch feed just so they can hear the chaos yeah certainly. It's been surprising how much it's taken off by I think what ended up happening. Is You know. Obviously the INDYCAR guys we sort of all in my close friend released like I already knew that operate marriage. There already knew like I knew it. This scored the newer. We can get together and chat And then you know at least a hang out while we're doing this. Ira thing and then. I told everyone well. You know by the way treatment as well and they're like yeah whatever and then you know just kind of it kind went from there so I think it's you know it's a place where we can just be really honest and laugh at the same time is trying to compete And then all of a sudden our you know we got Travis Pastrana in there. We've got Chad read. Chad is a good friend of mine. We raised against the last year and the Lamborghini super series which was really cool. And I mean I've been Fan Chad for a long time. You guys. I was always number twenty two when I was growing up. That's mainly because my dad was twenty two at one point in Formula One but Chad's obviously rep the number twenty two for a long time. And he's he's been a legend. It's really cool to be a part of Of that little group of people and and it's been hilarious so coming out of this quarantine to be friends with Travis Pastrana inside read and and I think that's We can hang that up as life goal achieved you get to hang out with the trash. You got shot. It was a red bull video right at Indianapolis Motor speedway this winter. You're the you're one of the golfers in the video right so I know you can try. It traveled Hung out before and during that Red Bull. Shoot in the middle of like a frigid ass Indianapolis Winter. I know I. They did not know I was a driver or anything didn't travel once. I was purely used as an extra on the didn't even see Rossi that day literally. It was so cold that no one was really hanging out at the golf. That's the truth comes out of that video because I figured I was like. Oh that'd be a fun group to hang out with right now. Everybody that I've talked to. I think Liza said that was like literally one of the coldest days ever to be out there filming. She's like no. Don't WanNa do it again. Well terrible honestly. Great product gray finished product but Gal. It was a rough day. Well let's talk a little bit about twenty twenty Max we'll come back to the IRA stuff in a minute. But I know this was we had caught up but I know this was actually really until the rug got pulled out from all of us and eight will still be an epic year for you. You're one of the guys I know you've obviously last year. You found some numerous homes had a great run in Indianapolis finished tenth. There you know coming into the season though I mean you know you picked up that ride with with ECR which was for all the all the road and street courses plus Andy which have you stoked man because ECR indy. I mean that's you know that's a car that can put it on the poll. You know and then you also brought Carlin for the remaining oversee. You somehow splice together a fulltime ride in indycar. I mean it wasn't in the normal traditional sense but you gotta to be pumped to be back fulltime in the INDYCAR series this year. Yeah I mean. We've been working on it for for years. I it's been in twenty seventeen. We've been full-time so it's really cool to to get back to that. It's it's been a long road it's been popped not really sure how it's you know. I didn't really know how it was. GonNa go times But the only reason I'm here airports I mean they're they're the only legitimate reason why I'm still in any driver which is You know which is which I'm really thankful for An incredible sponsor credible partner able to represent four And and yeah I mean it is going to be exciting. Do we get less races. Ask which is very similar to how you know. I assumed would you know I never would. I assume that there would be a pandemic when I re employed for full-time season but I sing. Something of this nature would happen. I do tend to have a monkey pets fine. I'm so sorry start. All those who've had their season dependent. It's probably my fault but it's GonNa be fun to great teams Carlos Awesome. I'm actually starting the season with Carlin. I up now because Texas is our first rate so that'll be the first time ever in my indycar career. I will have been with the same team but at the same track two years in a row so and so. It's GonNa be exciting to do that. And then When we get an carpenter racing team I can't wait a for those guys. It's been so fun to get to know everyone and I get to know better. They run such a great organization and I'm just I'm so pumped to get back. You know to real life. Well how does the schedule I mean? Obviously you guys. All you guys are professionals. You can adapt and overcome. But how does this new scheduled kind of throw a wrench in your plans? I mean you guys had everything planned out and obviously I know it. Probably the teams. I mean it's got them working double time trying to figure out logistics and everything else so this new new schedule you know. Use a driver. I mean you kind of had an idea of the way the the flow of the season was going to go things like that with tracks travel you know and the mix of ovals and road courses and things like that you know now all of a sudden we're starting out in Texas. I think we got. What a trio of dates in Indianapolis I mean. How is this changed the way you're approaching things just because it's completely different man? I mean month. May I mean we're playing we're playing? Ira Sing in the month of May. Something's weird you know. Yeah it's it's honestly like it does make me sad thing about You know I I have never in my life ever since I existed and the human. And they're not been an indy. Five hundred in the month of May is a every every year my life better track every year my life. I've you know I've been excited for the race of the fan and then a driver So it is. It is going to be mentally quite difficult. I think we go through the next couple of weeks But you know we. We do have something to afford. I mean we have we have sexist Jim. We have scheduled a fifteen races You know and and hopefully more maybe have more I mean I think it's a dynamic situation that is gonNA always change. Everyone's going to have to adapt. I think the toughest thing for me being with a new team with cardinals the fact that now testing is not allowed anymore. So you know. We were going to do a lot of questions throughout the year because the team the team doesn't cut corners at all. And we have you know. We had plenty of tax days lined up as much as we can do And now all that's gone and it's it's GonNa be very sure race weekends. It looks like potentially You know until we get things a little bit more back to normal so it's GonNa be really tough on drivers. 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"daly" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"One coming at Ya from my studio here. Makeshift Studio at my house but Yeah for audio. Quality is a little bit different than we've been getting some feedback on the national show on this. Well that's because I'm in this makeshift studio due to cove nineteen. So thank you guys for continued support of the show. Much appreciate it to all of you. mixture and If you haven't already Godi tunes or Apple podcasts. Known smashes sky button and much appreciated for everybody who continues to support. Us leave a rating as well much. Appreciated everybody who does also WANNA make mentioned on my other. Show the down and dirty radio show. You can check that out. Subscribe over there and podcast one apple. Podcasts I've also got my new show called all things awesome with myself and my good friend Jonathan Coil. A little bit different than something you guys have heard before this one is all about having some fun talking about stuff. I don't normally get to talk about the first season yet. We're dropping them. In Four. Episode Bunches is all about the eighties. We talk about the best eighties cartoons best eighties video games. Best eighties models. Go over there. Apple podcasts hit the subscribe button. Leave a rating. I am telling you a solid gold. You guys are going to love that show with myself and Jonathan Coil. So yeah today looking at this show project action. Yeah we got a good friend of mine this guy you WanNa talk about a guy who in the middle of this? Global Pandemic has actually raised his stock in the world. Motorsports my good friend. Khader a daily you know him from the INDYCAR series but yeah he's become one heck of an eraser. Doing Sim racing. He's got a twitch stream that has blown up gone viral. It is the place to go for comedy entertainment. He's got celebrities dropping by Travis Pastrana Alex Rossi James Hinchcliffe a bunch of fun guys. They're all tune in and have a hell of a good time on his twitch stream. So yeah good stuff there with Mr conor daily on his twitch stream but we got him on project action this week because yeah it is it. Is that good? So looking forward. Having conor daily on on the show. We'll get to that interview in just a few minutes Do want to mention got questions for any of our guests upcoming guests Any anything you want answered on the show any questions. Comments concerns whatever. Hit me up on social media. It is at Jim beaver. Fifteen at Giambi were fifteen on social media. Get those answered and also got a major event coming up of mind. Yes Jimmy Sports Sports Division. We had our each short course World Cup about a month ago. Pulled in one hundred eighty thousand live years. Yes one hundred eighty K. We decided you know what that was big enough that warrants. Us doing a couple more so we formed a JIM BEAVER. Sports triple crown and the second event of the triple crown. Kicks off this weekend. This Saturday may ninth. And then the following event the following weekend a May sixteenth will be the finale of the triple crown so three events. We've already got the World Cup in the bag but you WANNA talk about. The Best Sim racers. Best Offroad racers and the best celebrity crossover drivers like Travis Pastrana Alex Rossi and my guest today Mr Conor Daly. Yeah Ron capps. Nhra top fuel pilot. Yeah they're all in they are in and they have a good time so you WanNa Watch some of the best race car. Drivers razors in the world. Do Battle it off road trucks. Yeah Jimmy Sports. We got the ticket three o'clock Pacific Time at six o'clock. The eastern May Ninth. Live check out facebook youtube twitch all of my social media channels all the details. But you WANNA tune in you. Don't WanNa miss it. Trust me this is insane is off the hook and it is one hell of a good time. So yeah that coming up this weekend. Thanks all you guys who tuned into the last one shared. It tweeted about it posted on facebook instagram. Doing it for the Graham. Tick Tock whatever you do. Thank you guys because you made that have happened and you made it as big as it was and I'm looking forward to to more and you know what we're switching it up man this weekend right? Jim Be Sports. You'd think we'd be going back to short-course and do well. We are doing short course right pro two trucks. Yeah nine hundred horsepower. Rule drive trucks. But you know what we're not doing it in the dirt we're doing it Laguna Seca. That's right we're going to have them off the corkscrew at Laguna Seca. First Time you've ever seen it it's ever been done before. We are breaking new ground. This Saturday tune in. Yes so all that being said. I do have a guest Mr Conor daily this week but before I get to that we do have to talk about a couple of our mazing partners right here on project action and the first ones our good friends at bet online you know there's no NBA Nhl or Major League baseball going on right now. I know you are too might think there's not a lot to bet on. You would.
"Bake them back to Daly Bretault. I'm Deepak Chopra today. One to discuss the sunscreen practice of some some culpa has and key Sunk Alpine is a subtle intention subtle thought intention of thought that you put into your awareness any intention seed your consciousness with a desire to act upon it. Some Culpa is very subtle intention incorporated in the field of silence of what we call choice less awareness and when we see our intentions in that field of silence than intention spontaneously organizes its own fulfillment and that is because the feel of silence. The field of choice less awareness is a field of infinite possibilities and also infinite coalition sun-cult but is actually putting intention in the timeless part of your being and you to understand that intention engagement and detachment coming together as what is called. Darna the focused intention done the expense of meditation and Somebody Timeless Being Automatically fulfills your intention so today remind yourself but the following notions number one. I am present for time as timeless. Be An present for time number two. I consider myself pretty lucky as I look back on my life and number three. I believe that the universe brings me what I want in word. I need if I'm patient. This timing and Vanessa position to the fulfilment of desire time is meant to unfold according to your needs until disease. It would start to do that. Only if you give up the opposite belief. The time is in charge. Time is not in charge your presence. You'll being your timeless says his charge
Cause and Effect
"Welcome back. To Daly breath this Needs to collaborate the upholding force in your existence. It is as much in you as it is out there in situations circumstances events and people that which we call the universe the universe is just the outer projection of our consciousness than experienced the universe of course as sensations images feelings thoughts perceptions so when we say universe we could also easily be saying the realm of the soul of could easily be saying consciousness. That would be par undestanding today of the eleventh secret which is about escaping the bondage of cause and effect so causing effect only apply to the Eagle identity when we go beyond Eagle identity. Everything is correlated with everything else that is correlation and this correlation goes beyond direct linear cause in effect. It's actually a correlation of the deeper reality where everything is connected with everything else. And when you understand this you'll to realize that the universe wants to live and breathe through you. Find out the truth. You need to relate to the universe as if it were alive so whatever your concept of the universe whatever your image of the universe may be the Milky Way galaxy a starlit sky or just your own higher self. Pretend if you've gone to actually totally understand this pretend that the universe is alive and it is your higher self. Then talk to it US questions over your own self or your image of the universe. Listen for its reply be on intimate terms with nature because nature is the expression of the universe. See Life in everything that you encounter in nature with its tree or plant. Dr. A mosquito butterfly on a rainbow are a river.
"daly" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"You gotTA GO Murphy To. Right now do because yeah I heard about that you put an Arrow through. I would've Arab Buddha birth eight. It was a shot like legless. Though a wise goes Lord of the rings it actually went through two feeder and came out the little tiny opening where the perch was. There are no birds on. I was trying to get a squirrel squirrel but was I can't I gotTa Squirrel. Problem is the most Florida conversation. I've heard a while. I know really bad weather in New York. I'm down here in Florida. Takeout squirrels with my kids bow and Arrow not even allowed. WanNa use the big one. Yeah frustrating I can't get my haircut and you can go buy new birdcage but let's it is whether this southern problems carson thank you so much for your IRA to appreciate you guys and we look forward to watch the today. Show listen to your mom. Talk my stuff. Don't worry about it people. Don't keep up the great work now. The Rory mcilroy Carson Daley podcast. Y'All got to check it out. 'cause it is cool man man. It's just for fans of golf. That's what we all are man. We're just we're fans of the people that we get to hang out within cover and we just our luxury to call them friends man. But that's what that's what life's all about me. And he's connect agree one hundred percent one hundred percent because our was so good we. We took more time than we should have what we're GonNa do this week in. We'RE GONNA record to podcast today's is with Carson Daly. And then we'll do one later in the week because I have a laundry list of things that I need to yell at you about where we go. Yeah so we'RE GONNA we're GonNa let Carson live today as he should exclusively in later in the week. I will be back with more because you and I have some things to discuss all right fine. Maybe I'll have one of them. Squirrels Down Biden. Yes and that's one of the things we will discuss that and more coming up later in the week a Matt in the Ken. Thanks for listening to checkout more green. Espn podcast and the ESPN APP APPLE. Podcasts OR WHEREVER YOU LISTEN TO PODCAST. Mattia the CADDY..
Free Will vs. Determinism
"Welcome back to Daly Beth. This as we continue our journey into the exploration of the south. Let's turn to the eleventh secret. The Universe thinks through you to the universe is alive and imbued with what we call subjectivity out. Do we say the universe is alive and thinking and experiencing subjectivity? While the data point is you. You're alive you're thinking you experience objectively and you are an activity of the newest and I could even say that your brain is the universe using your brain has an observation deck to look at itself. Think about this. You are the universe looking at itself through a human brain and human consciousness because the human brain and human consciousness are an aspect of universal consciousness and universal knowing. Why do we stay this? Well we say this because we are part of the newest. If you're not part of the universe and you're outside of it then you would say that you in the universe are separate things but since you're inside the universe you're an activity of the universe and as that activity of the universe you're imbued subjectively and feeling and thought and it is the universe. Localizing itself through you experiencing itself. Please find a logical flaw in this argument. So when you understand this the new look at the word when you say that the universe looking at itself through me. Walk around today. I'm you know I'm taking a walk in New York City and everything I look at this. The universe looking at itself through me also Oscar staff do have pre. Where am I independent? Do I make my own choices? Do I determine my future? My present and you see the the future is open right now. This moment totally open. Also ask yourself whether you make your choices or are they determined for you ask yourself. Do you have some control over events that are happening in your life right now? People are making choices because we are talking about things lake flu epidemics corona which come and go and all of that but you still have choices you know to wash your hands not to move out of your house into public places are not et Cetera et CETERA. Take a cruise ship or not We're all by the way on the same crucial fiscal planet Earth Right now. So it doesn't matter what the urine first class or third class or economy we're on the same cruise ship and within that cruise ship planet earth. You can make your choices is future close. Obviously not
California leases 2 hospitals in preparation for potential virus surge, prepares to send ventilators to national stockpile: governor
"The governor saying California is also leasing two hospitals one in Los Angeles the other in Daly city search facilities along with a naval medical ship being supplied by the federal government this also interesting governor Newsom says well California continues preparing for a possible covert nineteen surge the state is now loaning five hundred of its ventilators to the national stockpile he's assuring Californians of those violators will be returned if they're needed in the Golden State these are light they have not given and I have all the confidence based upon our modeling based upon the extraordinary work of individuals that continue to practice appropriate physical distancing if we change our behaviors the model changes radically if we continue to double down on our behaviors the model will remain as it currently has and that will give us the time well in the next few weeks to have enough ventilators we believe to meet the needs of forty million Californians that may be vulnerable to this virus any up hospitals and on
"daly" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Daly city open to covert nineteen patients until facilities fully equipped with protective medical supplies for doctors and nurses he said this is Jeffrey shop with more during the week governor Newsom announced that Seton Medical Center would provide care for hundreds of coronavirus patients it was a move heralded by San Mateo county supervisor David Canepa but he says he recently learned the facility lacks enough personal safety gear make no mistake about it they should not open on she's in the hospital to cope with patience until until we have everyone in the hospital fully staffed with the appropriate protective gear he says the facility currently has enough personal protective items for a week he says he's asked the state to step in I reached out to the governor's office have reached out to our state senator the county has yeah yes you see what we can do to get those materials two seed and catapults says Seaton has now assured him that the hospital will have the proper numbers of safety gear this week Jeffrey Schaub KCBS or president signed a two trillion dollar coronavirus economic relief package which includes checks for small businesses CBS is Carrie who dissect reports on the need in the South Bay the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak in the bay area has been in Santa Clara county where many businesses have closed South Bay congresswoman Zoe Lofgren they got ready to pay their employees they don't want to lay off their employees if they do the employees have expenses it's just a complete shut down of the economy and we can't let it people just crumble into complete disaster while we fight this farmers this disaster relief bill will provide small business owners with a combined three hundred fifty billion dollars is to cover monthly expenses like payroll rent and utilities along with emergency funds of up to ten thousand dollars we got foreclosure prohibitions in the bill and a whole variety of measures to keep people from just completely falling apart Lawford says this can hopefully bring back workers who have already been laid off they could look at additional funding if needed Carrie who to sack KCBS some mental health experts are raising concerns that the circumstances surrounding the corona virus could lead to a spike in suicides were Chrissy this with KNX in Los Angeles has more in many ways this is the perfect storm coming together of issues that could lead to suicide first of all there's the stress of not knowing what to expect about the virus itself that adds a level of anxiety a level of emotion into any of our processing Benjamin Miller is with well being trusted to national foundation committed to advancing mental health issues he says it's not over dramatic to say from a psychological standpoint suicide is a major issue right now now we have a pandemic that comes along that asked us to physically distance ourselves from one another when we are socially inherent creatures of course it's gonna raise the risk of all kinds of bad things including potential suicidal behavior Miller says of the time like these people need to learn how to cope and often times the best way to do that is by reaching out and talking to someone KCBS news time ten forty four what exports animatronic virus China Italy the economy is sputtering unemployment is skyrocketing and the stock market is unpredictable but you knew that each day the market rises or falls hundreds of points with major indexes down more than thirty percent since February yes February the o'donnell financial group sincerely hopes that you haven't lost thirty percent in your investments and if you have something may be wrong double digit losses can be a sign that you in your financial adviser are not communicating properly about your financial goals and now is the time to fix it if you are experiencing large losses or your current advisor hasn't called.
Congratulations, Carson! He and wife Siri just welcomed baby No. 4
"Carson Daly and stuff Instagram Thursday that he and his wife series have welcomed their fourth child a baby girl whom they named Goldie Patricia they all my god how cute is that I know they have their masks on in the in the room with the baby hello I'm surprised he's in the room Daley captioned a shot of himself and searing with their newborn daughter Daily Planet exclusive she was born at four OO eight PM eastern time coming in at eight pounds two ounces and twenty
Triggering Shadow Energies
"Welcome back to Daly Bit. This is Deepak Chopra. We've talked about how to feel our way into the shadow today. I'd like to offer up another tool to trigger shadow injuries and this call automatic writing. It's been done for hundreds of years. Peer the steps want take a piece of paper and start writing the sentence in the following way. I am really feeling Dash. Fill in the blanks. Right down I am really feeling impatient right now. I am really feeling angry right now. I am really feeling resentment right now. I'm really feeling guilty or ashamed right now. I'm really feeling depressed. Trade down complete that sentence fill in the blank with any feeling that comes up preferably a negative feeling in the examples I gave to you. That would be step number to fill in the blanks. Number three would be. Don't stop right as fast as you can putting down any words that you want to stream motive you without any editing soon. You'll realize through these triggers. You're giving
"daly" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Way like maybe you should check out. It won't bite your child. I don't know if that the seventies thing behind a dog in the classified so seems strange to me now as a kid or you or performer. Or I mean amount. Start to come out. Are you a performer at home? Are you like good the funny one? Yeah I used to put on tap dance shows. I'm a hearth. Gene Kelly Fan. Nice and yeah I try and tap shoes or just didn't have real time and then at school I was. I like to be funny and I also really liked to make the teachers laugh. Like to me was my favorite thing and so in first grade. this teacher recommended that. I take drama class. Because I was I was a ham and I didn't take that drama class because I imagine myself in wearing tights and singing somehow and I didn't I didn't Wanna do either of those things whereas now try and get you out and stop when I think it's because we went to see Peter Pan on Broadway. Sandy Duncan was up there in these tights and singing and stuff and I was just like what it is I want to do. They're not not a real man like man like me but that production of Peter Pan was very memorable to me because Captain Hook at some point in the show. He's out in front of the curtain with me probably while there's changing over from the nursery. The Netherlands upper and he's giving a speech kind of directly to the audience or whatever and he says. I'm going to get that Peter Pan and a little boy in the audience yelled and he or and he goes. Oh yes I will and the place went bananas for this one. Little minor unscripted moment and it was so exciting. I remember to this day of just like he was so in character. He seemed like he was expecting it. It didn't throwing for one second mazing moment and I later my mom keeps all the playbills and I saw recently. That was James Hewitt. Who would go on to replace her villages on? Fantasy Island and then play Mr Belvedere band. At the time that he played Captain Hook he was royal. Shakespeare company headed amazing resonate. Anyway that yeah I that stuck in my mind that was your first notion that you wanted to be an improvised. Yeah I think so actually. Yeah John John John. John Waters says that a Captain Hook was his first gay role model. Captain Okay. That's pretty very very funny. James Domian bit about gay villain. Yes yes or remember when you and I took our daughters to Disneyland and it was Gay Day yes and the only characters we saw were all brought out all the villains Captain Hook and Ursula and the lifts and malicious and the one from Kerala Deville right right right I will say this has got to be the liaison. I know what they're doing. They know what they're doing. They know they know their audience. And A and I actually. I said something about it online because we were tweeting about it. We were live tweeting. We were live. Tweeting are accidents gay day which another thing I loved is about three times. Moms came up to you about your daughter to say. Does she have sunscreen stupid. Gay Dad don't know your fair daughter. Roast in the Sun censoring well aware. She is slathered but I said something about the villains and there were people that were just didn't know they do like why wouldn't they? Yeah you know anyhow so we in plays in school. Did you start performing like that? I mean are you. Yeah there was some play in third grade and then I was a fire truck in the velveteen rabbit. In fifth grade improvised a little bit in my my one line got to laugh and then I said something like that. I made a comment out of character. About how funny. I thought the line was today. That's a good one. Yeah right and then Yeah and then it was a in in junior high was in the play every year and took drama classes. Junior high always always doing that. Yeah however a highschool had did five plays a year which is Jesus cry out. There was a guy from another town. Who would this guy named Brian Gnashing? Who was like I mean? Six five and obese and just this booming voice and he taught music at some other school and he would come to our school after school every day and and put up five good productions. Wow and my sophomore year was my first year at high school for stupid reasons. But they look high school. Yeah publicized yeah and I was in four of the five shows and I was the lead in one but my grades were so bad that my parents forbade me from doing theater after that. They told me I couldn't do it anymore. And so that's when I started to Do we also had a television production class at my high school. The local cable access was located in the high school and so there was like there was a switcher and cameras and a makeshift studio. And that's when I started doing that after school hours which you know because I was making my own schedule now. It wasn't like I have to be a rehearsal. And there's a play that you're gonNA find out about it was I. It was like acting and writing on the sly. Yeah Yeah and you were doing schoolwork. You're working after school on school assured I mean to your IRA. It's a study group group and we work very hard really getting those grades up there. I don't know if it'll be reflected in the report card but we're really working hard so junior senior year there are no place at all just just the TV production stuff. Yeah and was it was? It was more sort of like in this morning's lunch lady. News was there was there was some of that. I did a game show. That was a total rip off of remote control. Remember like a comedy game show and then Andy Blitz and I went to high school together and we both know I did not know a comedy writer who is a Conan writer and has gone on to do lots of different things and worked on review review on your show. Yeah yeah he and I were buddies in high school. We marry funny very funny. Oh my God yeah. We met in tenth grade and then and so he and I collaborated on sketch comedy in and made sketch shows. Yeah yeah on video. That's funny. It was Andy and Andy because the first time I knew and you were working with Andy Sekondi right I I know. Andy's that's making podcasts. Magic the to Andy's again only interested in people who don't have anything combat weird other names gun for Sandberg. He'll he will accept me. Yes so so then so you and Andy are doing that and do you kind of keep doing that through high school and then out of high school. Yeah so I. I had no interest in going to college at all. No but But then I read a biography. Where are you going to do? I didn't know I didn't know I just knew that like I didn't want to be sitting in a classroom anymore because I was. I was not good at that. You know I didn't know what I was GONNA do. My parents were adamant that I go to college or but I did not. I didn't have any plans or thoughts until I read this biography of David Letterman. That said he went to college for Television and radio for communications which I didn't know it was a thing and so I told my parents I could see myself doing that. And they were thrilled and so I ended up going. Ethica college because it has a television radio program which I did not get into because my grades weren't good enough But I was in proximity to that world of ten so I did. There was a sketch comedy show at college and I did that. And that's where I met Andy and John Bowie. Oh Wow yeah. He was also on that show. Yeah and so you never actually did. What was your major then. My major started off his English and my plan was to transfer into the School of human grades. Yes but my first semester grades. I'll never forget my first semester. Gpa was one point four eight. Oh my and So that ended that I was never going to be able to transfer into school communications. Gosh I had taken an acting elective and and I really enjoyed it and so I was just like well. I guess all auditioned for the theater department and I did. I got in there and they don't care about Ukraine. They didn't care the grades at All. Yeah so I graduated. I was a I was. I was in the BFA program for a little while. And then it but I ended up graduating with a b. A in drama Nice. Now what's the difference? Bfa in the Ba- well the east. It was it was sort of created as acting studio kind of you. It was just basically you were moving into the building. You were there all the time you were taking scene study classes and you were helping out on the crew and you were just fully immersed in. Yeah and that didn't work for me because I had been there a year already making friends in other departments who were and I wanted to be over at the you know the school communications making sketch show and being a student film Ryan and that's funny. People were funny. People were making movies to Joe. Can BOOSTER ITHACA IT? Could you know because he has a similar story? Then I think in college there was sort of the higher echelon and I think it was a it was just it was causing me deja Vu. Thank you had a very similar thing where he was like. Yeah I'd like to be in there. It seems more prestigious but it doesn't seem as much fun. Yeah Yeah Yeah I think. That's I think a lot of comedy people who go to college like all those people and went to Emerson College and all that stuff like they studied television radio and film like the funny. That's that's where the funny people are there. That's why I wanted to be. Yeah I think that yeah. I went to film school and I've probably it's probably very much case because I also thought about being in the drama but it's like I took a cup. I took a couple of acting classes. Maybe only one maybe couple of trying to pat my resume. Maybe it was just one and I. It just seems so silly and boring and not the kind of stuff. I was interested in and then when I got film school I realized and still feel this way like I. Don't you know being on stage? It's okay what I really want to do is act in television and motion pictures and that's the kind of acting that that's the technique. I'm interested in learning how to not on Broadway M- Yeah No. I have no doing long day's journey tonight or anything. No I'd rather like I don't either be on season. Two of the outsider. The Theater Department at College is very focused on New York theater. As like what? We're training sure. You know understandably I I was always just like mom. What were you folks? What was their attitude is. You're going through this. They they did not think that I should be an actor. I think they like the idea of me getting a degree in communications. Which would set me up to be like. I don't know to add sales at Radio. Stations working in the newsroom. But at the point it was I came home with one point. Four eight grade point average. It was like well whatever it takes you know and so. I was just a while. They'll take me in this program. And so they were fine and then they got me a subscription to backstage as a gift when I graduated college as a kind of but my dad also bought me a suit as ritualistic buying a suit when you Graduate College. I think yeah..
"Welcome back to Daly. This is Deepak Chopra. Today I'd like to continue our discussion of the self eight secret he will is. Don't your enemy and discuss how each one of us can contain violence in ourselves and in the world by breaking it down into manageable. Bits negative emotions feed off certain aspects of the shadow. That are very manageable. The shadow is dark. Everyone has a shadow because of the natural contrast between darkness and light. Lighten China go together. I principal second rinse will the shadow a secret. We store impulses and feelings that that we wish to keep private. We don't want other people to find out about our shadows natural because we are embarrassed about it and we don't realize that everybody else has it as well. The third principle to be aware of is that the shadows dangerous when it's repressed because repressed feelings have the power to convince us that they can kill us a make us go insane. That's why we repress them fifth point the shadows shrouded in mid which means stories in medical stories for generations. People have seen it as the lear of dragons and monsters and fallen. Angels and the Devil himself you know. Actually think of the Word Devil D. E. V. I L. It means the divine feeling ill. So the devil is God's shadow basically if you wanted to think about it metaphorically his God in a bad mood because of some unmet perceived need we humans project both God as the ultimate good and the de as the ultimate evil. This though you realized that the shadows shrouded in myth. The shadow is irrational. It has no logic. Impulses fight against reason their explosive and totally will for the shadows primitive. It's beneath the dignity of a civilized person to explore the domain which reeks of the smell of the charnel house the prison the lunatic asylum and a public lavatory. All these things keep the shadow alive. Actually the shadow is kept alive by our denial of it. Negatively assumes it's overwhelming power from the fact that it feeds off all these qualities that once a secret dark primitive irrational dangerous. Mythical evil
Golfer Rich Beem on Q School and Beer Guts
"Let's get back to our interview with rich. Beem in this time period q-school. How did that work is that? How is that what? Your Path was to the PGA tour or able to just signed straight up for Q-school. Did you buy the minor leagues? Basically did I literally went straight from the pro shop to the PGA tour? So I'd won the section the Section Assistance Championship in nineteen ninety. Eight and nineteen ninety. Eight is what I really start playing really good and I have no idea what it what. How old are you at that time? Then Ninety eight I would have been twenty eight okay. So you're not a young. You're not a young Modo outta college but but naive for sure and I'll get to more of that later on but I went to q school. I won the assistance championship and it used to be years prior. That would actually get you a bypass of going first stage. And and so I would have been exempted second-stage although in nineteen ninety eight. They took that out. They said Nope you. You still have to go to first day so I had to go through all three stages of Q-school and I ended up in first one was in Scottsdale at a golf course called talking stick Ben Ben Crenshaw bellcore design fantastic track but I had to shoot sixty seven the final day to make it through to make it through first Yup through I age and then the second the second one was in Houston on the final day I was in by about two or three going into the final round and I was to over through six holes and on the seventh hole. I had a shot with a wedge but in the rough and I thought Flyer no-fly I don't think flyer it was a flyer and I absolutely air mail the green by like thirty yards and I got no shot. I have zero shot so I get back over there I find it. I hit it back to the front of the Green. I got sixty feet left. I'm choking and a mad on the same breath I mean I can't control myself. I'm literally trying not to vomit because I know that making the finals is a big deal well before I even thought about it. I pull the trigger. Hit knocked it in and then birdied the next two holes in the night. I shot I. I shot seventy one and got through comfortably at the end of the day but there are some the pressure of the stories you hear about Q-school in about how much pressure puts on you. It's unbelievable because if you don't get through second-stage you've just wasted five thousand bucks you nothing you guys that you got no status anywhere and so that was a big deal. That was a huge deal for me. In fact I funny enough bill hyme who caddied for me for fourteen years and come back and county for me. When when I turned fifty he actually was same venue. He lost in a playoff back then. They had a playoff. He lost in a playoff to get to the finals and then he actually drove out to finals. In case anybody withdrew and finals he was the first alternate in. Nobody dropped out in you. Figure that out of the two hundred seven guys are at finals. Somebody one guy nothing. Nobody dropped out so Turned out to be in both of our favors because he had a great career together and he's one of my closest friends but it was pretty funny. How how that'll happen. And you make it all the weight. How many how many. I looked up your class right here on Wikipedia. You have forty one guys make it through. How many are you estimate? I don't know the answer to this. But how many are you? Estimating had to go through from first stage all the way through the. There's a few of them that had to come to be fair. I don't know what the I mean. You Bo Van Pelt Charles Warren Jeffrey Hart and Rio Bravo and David Seawall in Roy Sabatini David Zero. Pga TOUR STARTS HERE. The only guys on there that had needs zero. Pj torstar so my buddies that came out of that was Bo. Van Pelt. Brian Baird Bird. I got to be close with. Oh I'm drawing a blank. I can't believe I'm drawn blanks on this. I'm so bad with names. It's killing me but I you know there's a bunch of guys that I became you know just because we went through that process together. It really was one of those weeks where you just. Kinda put your head down and you just keep on going. I know Mike. We're want it Mike sposa. That's the guy that was going to expose him. Brian Baird just because we we hung out together when we because right after. You got your car. You went to a class and we went through media class which I think that everybody in the room. Everybody well I I know for me. Factually I didn't hear a single word at. I know that the big Gulp in my hand wasn't really a big old. It was a big but it wasn't. It wasn't as advertised. So what? Yeah what is your. What is your reputation. Did you have a partying reputation on a founded reputation? Well-founded yeah I'M NOT GONNA Deny I. It's it's interesting because I think that a lot of the guys in there it's true. I listened soon as I get done playing golf. I like to have beverage. I absolutely have to have a beverage. I'm not going to deny that one iota. It was kind of in the air though when tiger was kicking everybody's ass and workouts were becoming super popular fitness. All of that sports psychologist. I mean all of it was it was. You know that's how it was but I mean before the final round at the Kemper Open and ninety nine at a big old fat enchilada plate and four cores. Lights that my dinner. That was just how I didn't you know and I think a lot of times. It was frowned upon where in generation. Before that you know. It's kind of like smoking. Everybody everybody used to smoke Nobody smokes right. 'cause it's frowned upon. It's looked down upon right but I listen. It was good. I had some good times. There's no doubt about it you know and I was successful at what I did now. I did it so well you away. At least a lot of people were some people work. You need some sort of release. I imagine after Tournament Golf. So when I when I played in tournaments like Inbetween Rounds Dude. I need a drink after a grinding for four or five hours and I think that there's there's something to that. Yeah I think there's a lot to that. I think that there's I think for different people at it. You know having having a drink it's more psychological because I needed because I've got eighty and I needed a way to stop thinking about golf. I needed a way to sit there. And not fret over what my stroke or what. My swing felt like or anything like that. Because if 'cause I could sit there and just go nuts. I still do go nuts. I mean there's a lot of time laying in bed in the middle of the night and I'm literally thinking about my putting or I'm thinking about my chip. I'm thinking about something that has to do with golf. That's just the way mine works. You know after a while you just get tired of that. Sure you just get burnt out of thinking about it all the time. It just eats gnaws at USA for for me when it came to the PGA tour in tournament. Golf I mean listen I I. They're probably very few rounds very around probably more so today. I I don't have. I don't drink a lot when after I play golf. Just kind of getting to that age and my body just doesn't like it that much anymore but I just I needed to have something to kind of smooth me out because I was so high strung and listen to other people do it different ways some guys want to go do push ups some guys. WanNa go running. I liked the smell of of wooden barstools and inside of a sitting at the bar watching TV. Well I think that there's a lot of people out there that kind of long for those days on the PGA tour both players and fans kind of you know a Lotta people love the some of the beer guts and that kind of culture seems to have gone by the way word and would you say you were one of the guys that kind of kept that going into the two thousands and who were some of those guys would kind of more celebrate that lifestyle though the unfortunately he's not on tour anymore but Anthony. Kim was legendary. Yeah legend give me absolutely everything. You've got to be fair. I mean some of it. I don't quite recall but I mean I remember. I didn't even hang out with them. I didn't hang out with them a lot off the golf course. I think in. That probably was good for both of us because I think we would have enabled one another quite a bit but I mean I remember Vegas a couple of times and you just you. You hear the stories about you know. There was a five day event and he was out and he was legend. I mean he would. He would go hard and he was not afraid to spend money. I mean the kid was unbelievable. Talented player I mean. There's no doubt about it. And but he was he could go. There are some guys that could could fly. I mean I for me. It was more I actually would. I would have probably sit there with my caddie and hang out with my caddie more than even I'd probably go sit in the caddy room. Instead of hang out up in the in the players locker room I spent more time just going out today with my caddie than I did any other players but you know you could hear stories about some guys who like to go and some guys when I first got on tour. There's a few guys Ted purdy would. It was always fun. Hang you know especially when we had missed the cut. I mean Ted was always good to hang with. It's not like John. Daly ask you know where you would go and where you would just go into your ran into a wall. And then you'd back up and run through the wall and go. I mean it was in by our standards. It was fairly tame but just sitting around. Just having a giggle and and enjoying life and whatnot. Not Letting not letting anything get you down you know after misguide or or celebrating after after a nice week cabinet evidence solid week or something like that but you know there are some guys that that are very quiet about how they do it but I promise you there's guys out there that are right in the middle of it and they like to have fun. Well who's your caddy that you that it was at Steve. Duplantis Steve duplantis was my caddy for the Kemper. Open win he was my he was Caddy for me for probably about five months five months and I finally said I can't hang with anymore. Yes we're just a bad influence on each out part of it but I I think though in one of my rare mature moments. I figured that you know what probably needs somebody. That's a little more grounded and I went through probably three or four guys so I found the right one and then once I found the right
"daly" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Married nineteen years tomorrow. No pressure anniversary anything. What do you think of season for failing? So far sir go ahead and watch the whole thing yet a behind bars ago boss man really. He loves like he's trying to be nice way. My son works on Wednesday nights and sadly I'm not waiting for him. I WANNA WATCH WHEN IT'S JEFF. Daly a big survivor fan from even before you went to go play. Yes that's yeah him and nine day one from day one we watched it together and we'd always be like you off. No you get better too awful. Sadly he was right. Well he's first of all he's really good with his hands. He would build the sweetest shelter ever. He would have a hard time if somebody was talking out of their ass so he cannot stand to hear people talk about things and think they know the right and they're so wrong he would he would just feel like move into takeover and fix it. Make it right right. Guy Does athlete. Does Jeff Daily Support Ren- playing survivor again. Hundred percent hundred percent. Aw thanks man. No one's ass just so we're clear no of course that's a big thing because I don't think that this gets talked about. The you know the survivor spouses the survivor boyfriends and girlfriends. So they get sick of it. It's like all right. That's okay so I'm glad you brought that up. Let's talk about that first. Second first of all I wanted to ask you know good. Is it okay? So the whole thing about season forty. He did not watch season thirty nine. Why didn't watch it? Daily News time.
"daly" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"What's shaking fire? Nation J. L. D. here with an audio masterclass on brand is gravity to drop brought these value bombs. I have brought Paul J. Daily on the Mike. Paul is the founder and CEO of congruence in the host of the clarity compressed podcast cast after the acquisition of his first business. He is focused on empowering others to connect with their audience through his brand. I approach in fire nation. brandis okay. We're GONNA be talking about how to define brands. What brand beats the hacks actually means we should start when you're building your brand in the KPI's a business? This should be measuring and so much more as soon as we get back from thick and our sponsors. Save Time money and get organized with quickbooks online. Right now you can save sixty percent or more on quick books online when you visit quickbooks dot com slash fire. This special offer for fire nation in won't be available for long so be sure to visit quickbooks dot com slash fire. 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It's it's cardio it requires enough concentration that you don't you know chop your foot off every piece of what is a little different and frankly it's what. It feels like to be an entrepreneur entrepreneur. Most of the time as you're just splitting and splitting and splitting and you know every once in a while you make fire so that's probably my little tidbit. There's a great book on it by the way it's total nerd. What splitting book? But it's really well written. It's called Norwegian would by a guy named Lars of course his name's Lars Lars Minding so at the of course but it it's a fascinating fascinating book but either way that that's my little thing. Well what an analogy first and foremost and secondly just imagine when you just get that perfect head and the woods splits. Exactly how you envision it just kind of sits there for a second like it's like thinking about it then it just drops off the log on both left and the right side and you're just like best ask. That's why I split logs. I mean you're talking you're talking to right now. I mean I'm from Maine and we'd we'd done all that stuff. I mean we split. What every single fall literally but to? It's kind of a now. I have an analogy of you. Know it's like you get on the golf course in your crappy all day but then like the seventeenth hole you just hit that one shot and as the the one and you're like I can't wait to golf. Tomorrow's like changes everything so fire nation. I think this really filled the bill on wild like to start with this question because you know it just makes you had the box and you're gonNA get some really interesting answers and of course we're going to now turn our focus to the main topic today. which is brands? And as I told you in the intro brand is gravity. We're going to be going through a lot of things in this genre in this vertical in this niche and of course Paul has a lot of experience here so Paul. First and foremost let's just start off with defining brand as you see it. That is the question I think when anything any word word begins to become popular or becomes a buzzword like that's the incident starts to lose meaning just because it's being used in so many contexts so if you're going to do anything meaningful with Brian you have to define it so I really take a page from. I'm sure you've heard this definition before and probably a lot of people on fire nation from the marketing grew thought leader. Seth Godin somebody. I respect a lot. He would say brand is a set of expectations memories stories and relationships that taken together account for consumers decision to choose is one product or service over another. I take that definition stand on its shoulders and say all of that to say brand is a feeling. It's not a logo. It's not color scheme. It's not your people. Those are all expressions of your brand but brand is a feeling and that feeling really is a reflection election of the viewers values back at them. So that's that's kind of my starting point on any conversation with brand fire nation. I really need to step back and think about. What kind of feeling number one do you think your brand has and the number two? What kind of feeling do you think your brand exudes to others the people that are being exposed to your brand? I know back in two thousand twelve love when I came up with the entrepreneurs on firebrand for me. It was all about. Hey not say anything bad about other. podcasts there are some great ones out there at the time but one thing is a listener. I I was like man. This is great content. I really wish it was being delivered with like excess enthusiasm and people were like having just just an overabundance of fun talking about these topics and sometimes you know I just wasn't getting that energy through the voice because we as humans are so unbelievably good at translating voice tonality into what what actually people are feeling and I said hey with entrepreneurs on fire. That's going to stand for igniting inspiring exciting crushing. Like I want all these things come out and for some people it's GonNa be over the top and it's going to be corny. And that's that's not our tribe but our tribe of people that want that Nice Fresh Cup of entrepreneurs on fire coffee in the morning so to speak love to really start their day that I love personally that you say Paul is brand beats the hacks. What do you mean by that? Brand brand beats the hacks is just something that became actually made a t shirt that says it to remind people. That's a great conversation starter. We live in a day and age. Where there's always a faster way you search hacks up on Youtube and you're going to see hacks everything from you know tying your shoes to cutting your lawn and marketing? There's I think a growing addiction addiction to the tactical nature of hacking. And what I mean is hacking the Google Algorithm Hacking instagram hacking. Organic on Lincoln. And there's always always this thought that like any addiction whether that's in you know brand hacking or physical addiction like we give it all of our time energy and money in the hopes that it will save us from something something but those are just hacks and they don't save you from anything. So when I say develop brand beats the hacks it's developing. Your brand is a long play developing. Your brand also doesn't go away fast. It takes a long time to build but it also sustains its value so when you build brand it will beat an algorithm. Hack any any day of the week any year Because the hacks come and go google decides to change their algorithm. Guess what you have to find another hack. So that's what I mean when I say brand beats axe axe brand beats the hacks and this is like another area. Fire nation that I'm really passionate about really being micro niche and dominating in your niche because believe me a lot of people I could never have a brand like this. Because you know there's Nike or there's you know fill in the blank under armor but the reality is like you can be the brands in the micro niche that you're passionate about. You can become the number one individual if you're willing to niche in this down again and then niche till it hurts and guess what just 'cause you start there doesn't mean you end there. I mean look at Nike started with like one pair of shoes that were made on a waffle iron and now look what they are today. I mean there's nothing that they don't create that you could actually quote unquote wear so think about that. Fire nation where you can become an amazing brands. Even in today's market where people think is so saturated.
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"daly" Discussed on Scummy Mummies
"Scummy mommy's podcast because it's full of filth catfish. Maybe not not definitely bother me your notes dream everyone's problem nosy and sit together on a Sunday night and what strictly because Azzam did say tests to my ten year old very big fan. I said what should I say to test daily. She said Tell Tess Daly that her daughter really really really loves her and that she really loves saying her in the well-woman add on the tube where she said excuse me that she pointed to you. She was on love. She got so she went ahead and took an open. fichman see recovered very well taste bad to stay away ten year old. Davis Yummy this they saw twit. We're we're on the verge really nice coming on to I think she's a tweet and she's Twain. Yes which means she's in between a child and a fucking us. Oh it's coming people. It's a common it's coming. Finally wishing that initial loves the gates while like eight years and then though flyway now it is it is able some stop.
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"daly" Discussed on Fore Play
"Got John Daly is on his podcast. Look, John Ilya. He embodies everything that we stand for. He is he's been our song. He's been out show for this podcast since day one. We got John Daly and fuzzy Zeller together, they're boys. They got what four major championships between them. I believe Fuzzy's got a master's in US open. JD's got a PJ and the British Open at Saint Andrews laugh out loud funny that he wanted British Open at Sanders, but John Daly on the show. Very exciting. A whole. Larry's a hilarious interview. We spent the latter part of last week at the Insperity invitational presented by United Healthcare down in the Houston area. Unbelievable event. Great time. I gotta say John Daly was. As friendly a guy and as just down to earth and walked in. And was like what's up, boys? What you know? What do you? What do you got? What do you wanna talk about a guys you could possibly imagine? Yeah. Because that's the that's his reputation. Right. He's this common guy. He's everybody loves him. He's got a huge following because he's a genuine person. And you hope you're going to meet that in person. And then when we met him. That's exactly what it was. Yeah. You never know. Never don't meet your heroes kind of thing. They sail time. Yup. Go meet fucking, John. Daly, John Daly. He does together were absolutely hysterical. Super gonna love that. That's coming up in just a couple minutes. We got a bunch of us while we're there we got John Daly and fuzzy Zeller we got poll Laurie who won the nineteen ninety nine British Open..