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Bloomberg Radio New York
"daniel ski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That we like Dan Schwartzman He's here with global sports Dano a big name will play in the Australian open right Yeah this one's interesting Number two ranked tennis star daniil Medvedev indicating on social media he will be playing in January's Australian open even as a Russian has not made public his COVID vaccination status Now Doug why is that important Well I'm going to tell you why Authorities in Victoria state say they will ban on vaccinated players from entering the country which has led to speculation that defending champion Novak Djokovic will not be able to defend his title as a serving Serbian is believed to not be vaccinated Liverpool sporting director Michael Edwards will leave the reds at the end of the season after ten years The 42 year old is responsible for the club letting Felipe Coutinho leave for a 142 million pounds to Barcelona while using that money to bring in stars Virgil Van Dyke and Alison Becker Edwards also bringing in the likes of Roberto Firmino Muhammad salon saadi Manet on inexpensive transfer deals Edwards known as a transfer guru Check billionaire Daniel ski oh who owns club Sparta Prague has bought a 27% stake in Premier League club west game united who currently sit in third place in the league table just three points behind Chelsea for the top spot NBA scoreboard local teams in action getting underway in the second quarter Washington the 24 to 22 liter Cleveland ten minutes ago in the second Brooklyn 33 Orlando 25 just getting underway in New York Knicks hosting Milwaukee in Boston Celtics are hosting Toronto coming up later tonight and one of the late games it is the Golden State Warriors home for the Minnesota Timberwolves NFL news jets head coach Robert sala announcing that Mike white's gonna be the starting quarterback as New York faces the bills this Sunday at MetLife stadium even.
Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"daniel ski" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Zach wilson foreigners and not so good ski. Sean j will and max. I'm shake cornell. Filling in for max kellerman this morning. Good morning. everyone. Thanks for waking up with us on monday morning after a beautiful week to slate of. Nfl football okay. So zach wilson throws four interceptions against the patriots. It wasn't good. It was the second most jets rookie in franchise. History mark. Sanchez did have five in two thousand nine. His first two shots of the game were two interceptions. He talked about not having a rhythm and that is basically what happened yesterday. But i think there were a lot of jets. Fans that had their hands and their head in saying moore. The fame and more of the same is not the quarterback as much as is everything. It's more the same because every single year feels like they're rebuilding like they're just. It's just whether it's with a quarterback head coach defy. It's like every single year. I feel like the jets are trying to rebuild something Go all the way back to last off season. I felt like when they were sitting near with that number two pick overall that they needed to move that pick to establish players that can help them build this program along with all the other picks they wanted to move on from sam darnold based on a number of factors his his ability to play but his ability to play is ability to have people around him so he can't be successful the money that they were going to have to make a decision on two years from now they didn't want to get caught into that and you draft. Zach wilson is wilson may turn out to be a great quarterback. I mean we watch paint manny his rookie year. Throw the ball to the other team of boundaries to he turned out he was fine. Yeah drew brees. Did it in san diego. So he found champagne right. He didn't stay in san diego right. The difference is this guy's the second pick overall or the the the third pick overall. That's a problem. That's a problem for the jets. And here's the thing like key mentioned it feels like they're always rebuilding like if you looked at yesterday and the players that were active only one of nine picks from the twenty twenty draft. Were active yesterday and that was cornerback. Price hall like and if you're going to constantly rebuild and go to the draft to get players like you gotta have at least active and being part of your football team. Only one from the twenty twenty draft like this is a problem. maybe it's not all on zach wilson. But he's a product of what's happening there at the jets every single year. Well you're going against the bill bell check defense in granite. That doesn't make excuses shells poorly right but at the same time the roster just isn't ready to compete. You know it's the same situation. I was with sam darnold and what happens is when you go to a big market. Like new york. Nobody cares about context. Shay nobody cares that we're still like the jets have been rebuilding right. There's like a hopeless hope. That zach wilson is going to be the quarterback even though key you know this and you know this one guy can't do everything for a franchise but that's how simplistic we all think as fans sometimes that he's going to be. It's justin fields right. Hey he's he can't be a game changer. But you still have issues with your own line. There's still major things you have to address. And it's the same with his team. He he's going to try to do things that he can't do. Because you feel the need to do that when you're a rookie. So zach. wilson. Is the fourth quarterback over the last decade to throw four more interceptions in one of his first. Two starts the other quarterbacks. Do this nathan peterman brandon. Weeden and ryan lindley. I don't know that. That's the company to be the peterman nathan. Peterman peterman brandon weeden brand-new weakness. The benjamin button from an ryan lindley in ryan lindley. That's fourth quarterback over the past decade. Two through four more interceptions in one of his. Say dan marino peyton manning. Tom brady aaron rodgers russell wilson. It's not great company so four interceptions not a great day daniel ski. Espn football analyst was on here with us earlier this morning. And he had this to say on wilson performance from yesterday. Just because you can doesn't mean you should you know a lot of those intercept. Three out of four interceptions are on him and enduring. The moment where i can make this thro. Well you have to learn that whether you can or can't or whether you should or shouldn't and he's got to go through a little bit of this. Learning process by the way that play by mccourty was sick to tip it to his teammate. But he's got to go through that learning process of. Oh i can make this throw. Well can you in the nfl. It's a you know we heard so much about this arm talent when he was being looked at. Byu they were scouting him. He was throwing to standing targets in in train in in his pro day. T shirt all americans type stuff. It's a little bit different in the preseason training camp to the regular season again. I will say this for trump. T- time those guys on that other side have bad intentions and they get paid to do. A job is not going to be easy for you to decide. I'm going to throw the ball over here. You're not playing against air force. This is not colorado state. so this is the best of the best coaches supposedly employers. This is the.
Blank Check with Griffin & David
"daniel ski" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Now i'm not sure. Tell me 'cause. I mean we have our dossier. Obviously looking is richard. Colbert's oh it's richard cobra. Brits we were just writing about yeah yes. Well we we watch. Someone's watching me guys. I don't know if you guys ever seen someone's watching the tv movie. John carpenter may yeah. Yeah yeah Which is a good movie But because it's a tv movie and ends on a freeze frame of the main characters face and then it just goes executive producer. Richard colbert's kind of like kind of jarring right kind of jarring like ceo. Next up on nbc. It's the local news like you know. And so that's funny richard. And then. I was making fun of richard coburg early. Tj hooker episode or something. Yeah exactly but he must be. We'll producer. i looked into it. Yes he was a warner brothers tv guy than he did the salem lot miniseries and then he went on his own as an independent producer because he had the relationship with king salems lot he gets offered cujo and christine as the next two things. He has his new manuscripts. He picks christine and then he knows that carpenters. A little bit down and outposts thing and that the fire starter adaptation that he was close to going on had been shit canned and so he goes straight to carpenter and offers it to him. It's entirely because of his experience on. Someone's watching right. Do you guys like kujo cujo fans. Yeah i've only. I've seen the movie. I've never read the book. The books the books good and the movie. The movie i think is the most interesting Of the two. I hadn't seen it since. I was a kid until we did an episode on it like sometime within the last year we had fucking who was it Mark daniel ski the guy that wrote house elites he came on and did cujo and and we z. wallace before. Oh yeah we yeah we interviewed about it. But you know before one of those i revisited it for the first time since i was a kid and my memory of it was that it was. Just you know. Sue people trapped in a car with a dog but on on revisitation. And with a you know. A more developed cinematic pallet. I found it way more satisfying. And now i'm kinda like that movies undervalued. I really really like and in particularly in the universe of a king adaptations where where christine rank for you guys next question right not not specific numerically. But like in this sort of larger cannon as dudes who are Such experts on the film's end the books where whereas christine in the pack. I might be a little bit atypical in that light. Listen at talking just as a. I'm a film geek. First and foremost. That's kind of what i started started at yeahs. I came to king through the movies. Like most people i think did at least in my generation and and i'm a huge john carpenter. Fan like massive. I think the run that he makes between assault on precinct. Thirteen today live is alzheimer stuff. I think this is one of the weakest of that group And i think that there are moments in this movie that are fucking great The show me moment. You know with Keith gordon you know kinda in christine reassembling yourself and credits amazing. The imagery of the car on fire you know chasing people down is really rad and i also am very nostalgic for the time period where you can just film grain of this era and the character actors that pop up and all this stuff. I'm very salty for it. But i still. I probably value this less than most people who who loved hanging kings stuff Do i don't think it's a bad movie. I just think it's to me. It's a little forgettable. Yeah i think it's mid tier. I think it's like mid tier overall and it's just not one if if i wanted to sit down and pick random stephen king movie and watch it Christine would not be one of the first that comes to mind. I would go with cujo every with the shining or i would go with. You know there's plenty. I would get to before misery former team. Yeah yeah shawshank. I'm inclined to agree with you eric. But it really is like you look at his seventies eighties run right. He doesn't really miss until the ninety s. It's like this sort of by default has to be his weakest movie. Yes but the fact that this is the weakest movie in that run a speaks to how much the dude was just on fire for like sixteen years and be the fact that he hit the ground running so hard because this feels like. It's maybe like the first movie of director who then goes on to really get his shit down. yeah for sure. Yeah this You can tell that there's a one for them mentality here and we've touched on that a little bit already. Yeah and yet. It's fascinating just as you mentioned. This is him Working within the studio going Okay i made this movie. I thought it was great. Nobody liked it. Studio didn't like it. Audiences didn't like it it turns out to be like one of the most. You know a long term successful movies of his career but at the time. Huge flop and This going okay. I can make a dependable bankable thing and And it's really interesting when you look at Especially when you consider that starter was what he was originally going to do when he dove in. The stephen king's world He wanted to make that a road. Movie is my understanding is like his script was a father daughter tail on the road. And he it's funny enough star star man. Absolutely and you go. This is this is this is the amblin version of fire starter. His version of fire starter. Helium version of higher starter. It's road movie. You know people on the run being chased by government agents or whatnot. you know. it's He he was doing interesting things around here but then he was still able to pop off. Like i think one of carpenter's underrated movies prince of darkness like i love prince of darkness. I think it's it's it is both weird and gets bogged down in scientific gobbly gook but it's also one of the scariest things he's ever made like i think that prince of darkness is scarier than halloween personally..
Journey to $100 Million
"daniel ski" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"Hey there i'm erica. I'm kevin diesel. Join us our journey to building. A one hundred million dollars what's happening. It's eric j olson. i am putting the finishing touches on my upcoming book. Million dollar journey all about my struggle to go from freelancer with no revenue. All the way up to a million dollar company and we're now well beyond that so many lessons learned took eight years and the whole point of the book is to give every other entrepreneurs that is maybe just a few steps behind me. The ability the knowledge the lessons learned to to get to where i you know. I was at the million dollar mark. Much faster than me You know it's really a couple of ways you learn by making mistakes but that takes a long time and to learn from others. So that's the whole point of this book is suggest chronicle document all those lessons learn and then recommendations and takeaways go war in there but in the acknowledged sections. There's there's a lot of people that i think for helping me get to this point and group of people which are my trusted adviser so i want to quickly go through and thank them individually. The very first is zack miller. Good friend of mine were asked training for a second traffic on right now. I feel bad for his act. Because i probably will beat him again. We joke all the time about. Who's going to win. So don't think that was a jerk. Move zacks pry laughing right now. Probably marco polo me and say. There's no way you're going to beat me. It's all good. But the one that actually encouraged me to start this podcast. And he also encouraged me to start writing on the book and to To pursue the things that i said i wanted to pursue and frankly without this kicks in my ass. I want to have a podcast. Probably don't want to have a book coming out saying so thank you very much back and Against sorry about the defeat and the upcoming triathlon. The next is daniel ski daniel. I have known for many years. We met at a cross. Jin he ended up buying and we are now form mates in the entrepreneurs organization some known daniel for probably about gosh. I don't know six to eight years. Something like that and dana has been a a really good person to turn to for advice and give me a lot of cancel. He's also a financial advisor opus wealth management. And you know he. He sent me up with investments a time ago and he's he's been a person that i can turn to quite regularly for all sorts of different business and financial advice. The next is gave mccoy. Gabe is the managing partner and founder of pierce mccoy. They are wears in downtown norfolk. But they've since meeting him In early days they have spread out all around the country. Another have several offices around the country. I think he's got to in texas. I mean they're crushing in. They're up to like twenty attorneys. And gabe is my go-to guy for anything legal. I would not consider going with anyone else. There's a lot of good lawyers out there. And we work with a lot of them as clients here radial that i had a history really ship with gabe and and i trust him. So thank you gave for always being there for me man. There's been a couple of times. Where like i didn't know what i needed to do from a legal perspective are kind of in a pickle and i'll go to gabe and not come out of that meeting just being like everything's gonna be be just fine. Gave got control this semester. Leaving the next is van. Sickle another financial advisor. Eliza been fantastic Known owen for maybe like two years or so. He started off Kevin's known him forever. And so when we were ready to open a retirement account here at array digital. I was like. Hey let's call that guy you keep talking about all the time and so we called and owen and i got to know a lot better. He did set up our retirement account. He was awesome from that perspective. He held each employees hand along the way. And it's been really was like the last benefit that we needed to create a company and he was awesome that capacity. He's also awesome at really just being a good fiduciary adviser personally and then also at a company level so he works with being kevin directly and we kind of use them as as a trusted adviser. He has a lot of sales experience and financial experience. Obviously and so can tell them like. Hey here's what's going on in the company. Here's what's going on clients or the business industry and he'll guide us and that's what you need in this world especially as business owners. You need a guide. So speaking of guides adjacent swanks and other when he runs a mastermind. That kevin. And i have been a member of the last year. Our business has fundamentally transformed in the last year as a result of being part of that mastermind. Just the philosophies and the experiences that are shared are freaking amazing. We've implemented a lot of them. Grad hunter my banker at town. Bank brad is the go-to guy. If you need a loan or any bank in advice. When i bought this building that i'm in right now i went to brad and we got you know he. He took care of everything and at the same time. I bought a car. Listen to this. I called abraxas mckay I'm going to buy cars. I can screw up the financing for this building and he goes nine. I got all your information. You're good eric. You're covered for the car. One of my cool. I'm going to fly out there to ohio on a particular date because like all right. that's cool. I'll have everything ready for you. The day before i was gonna fly out. He calls me. You'll erica. Hey i've ever heard from you. You said you're gonna fly out tomorrow to get the car. Do you still need that check. I'm like oh crap. I totally forgot the and he dropped. Everything came into my office with the folder. Work signed it had to check. I mean amazing. Amazing customer service. Thank you brad last. But not least is the entrepreneurs organization also known as ego of eu for three or four years again. Fundamental changes and improvements to the business things like focusing on monthly recurring revenue. Things like focusing on kpi's dashboards and process so many lessons learned. It's just amazing. If you're eligible for that means you're a million dollars or more definitely reach out to them if you're to fifty or more there's an eeo accelerated program so listen. These are my trusted advisors. There's been probably many many others along the way but they're the ones that really jumped out and they're the ones that i think in the book and they're the ones that i'm thinking right now to all of you thank you. How much more successful would you be if you could harness the experience of a group of successful business owners. Well that is the exact group of people that we have. In our business grew masterminded check out more formation at array mentor dot com..