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"daniels fund" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"And brought my score up above the 95th percentile six months later. The acceptance letter came I was moving to Charlottesville. Those three months doing practice L sets taught me a lot about doing things the way they should be done about doing work and not taking shortcuts. One year later came the biggest pivot point of my life. I was struggling in law school and wasn't happy and a life reading law cases and drafting legal briefs didn't appeal to me. I called my dad. I told him I was thinking of quitting. My dad said these words. I don't care if you ever practice law, but finish what you start. Or you'll regret it. He was right. I came back to Charlottesville with a new attitude committed to making lifelong friends and studying the things I loved like history and economics. The next two years were the best of my life. They were also the most important friends I met in law school would help me in nearly every walk of my professional and personal life. I can't imagine life without them. There were other pivot points in my life, but these three had a lasting impact on my character and my life. And if we're lucky, and I was lucky, indeed, they help shape us to be better versions. Of ourselves. And a special thanks to Robbie for producing the peace, Great job as always, and a special thanks to the Daniels fund, the great folks there and the Daniels Fund Ethics initiative. Sponsor or do the right thing series..
"daniels fund" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"And the fact that we were ultimately, after years of struggle, we were ultimately able to build a really, you know, kind of successful business that now has a brand in the space. And yet, you know, I'm sure that the majority of Americans are probably not familiar with the muse. Yet. We're kind of a joke that were like in the tweener stage where we're much bigger than the startup that we used to be. We have, you know. So I think something like 75 Million people worldwide a year who come to the muse in some form or other But we're so much smaller than the big players and you know, and and now we've just got to work on on coming for him. And you've been listening to Kathryn Minshew Tell her story. And this story is a part of our do the right thing Series brought to us by the Daniels fund, and in the end, it's about ethical principles. And there are a bunch at the Daniels Fund Ethics initiative. And there are a couple that come to mind in this story. The first disrespect and here, Catherine showed it for employees and how they're treated. With clients. By the way, she had the respect for the client to give them a warning, by the way Trust is another key ethics principle, and her employees could trust her to do the right thing. And last viability is another ethics principle on how to build a loyal team and the Daniels Fund Ethics initiative. By the way, you can find it and bring it to your school, your business, your police department, your church, any civic organization, even your family go to Daniel's fund dot org. And if you have stories about ethical dilemmas and the principles that undergird them, we'd love to hear them. Send them to us. And our American stories. Kathryn Minshew story or do the right thing Series again brought to us by the folks at the Daniels Fund here on our American story..
"daniels fund" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"So I didn't best buy founder Dick Schultz fire Brad For the same reason I didn't want sherry fired. I think, right. It's like you're going to bring somebody else. You know you what I was worried about is because You know Dick Schultz, the founder. Best buy is a moral, loyal man. That and I played a significant role in helping get the company where it was at, including where it was that then part of the reason I was saying it's so directly to him as I was worried that he would not fire me for the wrong reasons. And I wanted to make sure he knew that I've thought I should be fired and and I want to make it as easy as possible for him to do it, But I think I was speaking. I don't know, but I'm guessing that he might not have fired here in this me for the same reason that at least I was acknowledging I own the problem. And that if he brought somebody else in They didn't own the problem. It wouldn't necessarily have turned around as fast. Lot of people would have made a different decision in that context. And it could have been the wrong decision. But but If you're framing it with a sense of morality. It? Yeah, you're more likely to make a good one. He said. What do we do to fix it? And I had thought about what do we do to fix it? That's where we get. The other part of the story told you about where we headed, standardized practices and That was hiring Accenture to come in and develop new practices and basically make a business much more scientific than it was much more professional scientific than it was. And that costs money to develop a plan to do that. And then and then we had to implement the plan. So that was those two stories are actually connected. But I do think underneath it all you got How does he know it's going to work anymore? Anybody else does Right there It was. It was an idea about how you're going to fix it. And you know, and included a price tag that was 20 times where we earned the following year. In terms of we're going to have to invest money. We didn't have to fix it. So it's a real leap of faith. So not only is this guy coming in to quit, but he's got this strategy for fixing it. It's expensive. Yeah, and I got I got to do that leap of faith. To be able to So I don't know what you know. Yeah, I hope he would have kept me fired. If I didn't have a strategy to turn her out. Then if he didn't hire me that I'd say inexcusable and what turned out what we do to fix it was She's done it a long time ago over their work. And a special thanks to Alex and Robbie for their production and work on that piece, and also a special thanks to Brad Anderson, who is the former CEO of best Buy. And he's talking a lot here about founder Dick Schultz and also Sherry Ballard. And my goodness. When you talk about the Daniels fund ethics initiative principles, several of them are trust, accountability, transparency and respect. Those are just four of the eight They were all on display here, particularly the accountability part, which was the reason why neither of these people were fired as they took responsibility and accountability for the problem and also had a plan to fix it as well. And by the way, just great storytelling by Brett Anderson and listen to his full story, go to our american stories dot com.
"daniels fund" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Everybody in the building has a view. Well, actually today we don't because I'm somehow the mountains are missing over there, but because we've got some some something going on some weather going on, but Everybody in this building. We designed it so that we don't have kind of folks who don't get to enjoy that benefit, and and our view is that there's no position this company that's any more important than any other position. There are no reserve parking spaces. That's just it's all part of. You know what we think is important to create the culture. So the team members do really believe that we want them to do the right thing. We want them to find a better way, and we want them to make a difference. I've been in companies where I've seen what we characterized as Seydou gaps, right? I've been in companies where there are lots of statements about integrity and the importance of integrity and all those things and then you see behavior that isn't consistent. That's worse to me than if the statement had never been made, right? I'd rather the beauty of what we have created over the 75 years is it is part of a system that we're constantly working on and constantly trying to get better, and we're never going to get there. We're never going to just arrived. We're going to always be looking for a better way. And great job is always to Joey on the production and to Alex for bringing us this story and a special thanks to Kirk or very as well. CEO of Savage and my goodness. He talked about integrity, trust and fairness, and those are just three of the principles in the Daniels found ethics initiative. I'll do the right thing. Serious about ethical dilemmas is always sponsored by the Daniels Fund and to learn about bringing their ethics programs to your school business, Church Police Department or any other organization. You're a part of Goethe Daniels fun dot org and my goodness. You heard just a couple of stories about what it means to this company to do the right thing and what it means in terms of its result, BA customers and to trust and in the end when you're doing the right thing, That's acting with honesty in all situations, which is what it says on the ethics initiative Principles sheep from the Daniels Fund. Integrity means acting with honesty in all situations. If that's an automatic default position of your company. You're in good shape and have a competitive advantage over all the other companies. The story of Kirk Aubrey. The story of Savage, a second generation 75 year old family company, still working hard to keep the trust of their customers and to keep doing the right thing.
"daniels fund" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Never been more proud of anybody in business. I think in my life there is no consequences to what he did. I mean, he could have never told anybody. But this person had lived his life in a way that his integrity was worth so much more than his job or anything else, that he had to be square. He had to be right. In order for him to feel good about himself and I think 1000 people that would have happened to you would have had almost everybody say Well, no harm, no foul. I saw something. I just won't tell anybody about it. And then it's not a problem. For him. It was more about he had violated his own standards rather than standards imposed by the company. Now, if if he had seen the information, and he'd gone out and talked about it with other people, Yeah, that would have been a real problem. But he had set his personal standards so much higher. That he wanted to do what was right by him, not just what was legal or what was in compliance with the policy. And that's a rare thing. It's a rare thing to have somebody whose integrity is their highest priority. And that's I think the foundation of principle based ethics like the Daniels Fund teaches. It's having something that you're trying to live up to, regardless of what the rest of the world says. Regardless of what you think is best in that situation. You're more committed to principles than you are to success in any specific situation. He's a person that I now know that I can trust with anything. You know, Once you realize that you can absolutely trust somebody They're top of mind. And whenever opportunities come up, you're looking for ways to make their career better. You're looking for ways to help them and this individual was in a entry level position and You know, he's had several promotions. Since then he's making multiple times what he was making at the time. He's literally working in his dream job,.
"daniels fund" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"And you're listening to Jim Parque tell his story. And what a story it is, folks. And he talks about principles right there and trust and trust in the end without it. I don't know what Other principles even matter, actually, think about it in your own life without trust. What do you have when we come back more of Jim Parque story part of our do the right thing Series. Brought to us by the great folks that the Daniels fund here on our American story. If you ever hired somebody to complete a job, and they just entirely dropped the ball Well, you don't need to worry about that. With Gary Ray bind. He's a sponsor of our American stories and the presidents of Raben Group. Concrete and asphalt paving company that promises nothing short of world class work. We have to strive for world class. A friend of mine saw that we're paving of job and you pulled in and excite our team members and one guy said. Hey, man, you got some asphalt on the curb over there. You gotta sweep that up, guys. It's just a few pebbles. Come on. Goes. Look at that. Is that world class If we think we're OK with that, we're not world class. So again, my buddies that Gary I can't believe I heard that's like whatever happened to go upon your job. I hear a guy saying that's right. So we have a lot of fun building a great culture of people that care people. They're accountable, passionate that are continually trying to improve. Have you ever heard of a paving company like that? To learn more? Go to Ray bine dot com. That's r A B e i n e dot com Don't Miss Shop Play Win Monopoly at Safeway with tons.
"daniels fund" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And you? I certainly don't think that you need to go around firing clients left and right if they step in inch outside of your prescribed ideal communication method, and at the same time, sometimes people just cross the line in a way that is deeply egregious. And I think that I certainly took a lot of Knox as I was building the muse, and I'm sure my team dealt with a lot of crazy situations and a lot of difficulty people, But I remember this one just felt It felt too far. And I think that it's such a powerful statement for a team When you draw the line around what you won't accept. It's frankly it's really powerful for an individual. It's it's sort of the concept of boundaries writ large and again. I You know, I believe in giving people second chances. I believe in being gracious. I also believe that you know a lot of humans. They're going through a lot of stuff. And so When someone shows up to a conversation or an email exchange or a meeting with aggression or with rudeness area with different behaviors. They try and remember that I don't know what they're dealing with. And and and at the same time, you know, there's just certain patterns of repeated behavior that I think you've got to remove from your life. And so you know, just because I personally wasn't having to deal with His clients in my role as the CEO. Once it became clear to me how they were behaving and the impact that was having on my team I felt, you know, I felt like it was the right thing to do, and Didn't regret it for an instant. E think even if the news had failed, I am so I don't think I would have regretted kind of going out on the field and giving it my all and the fact that you know we were ultimately, after years of struggle, we were ultimately able to build a really, you know, kind of successful business that now has a brand in the space. And yet, you know, I'm sure that the majority of Americans are probably not familiar with the muse yet. We're kind of Ah, joke that were like in the tweener stage where we're much bigger than the startup that we used to be. We have, you know, I think something like 75 Million people worldwide a year who come to the muse in some form or other But we're so much smaller than the big players and you know, and now we just gotta work on that. I'm coming for him. And you've been listening to Kathryn Minshew Tell her story, And this story is a part of our do the right Things series brought to us by the Daniels fund, and in the end, it's about ethical principles, and they're a bunch at the Daniels Fund Ethics initiative. And they're a couple that come to mind in this story. The first is respect and here, Catherine showed it for employees and how they've treated with clients. By the way, she had the respect for the client. Give them a warning, by the way Trust is another key ethics principle, and her employees could trust her to do the right thing. And last viability is another ethics principle on how to build a loyal team. The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative. By the way, you can find it and bring it to your school. Your business, your.
"daniels fund" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Too. Didn't pay me And so I can't. I gotta do business a different way, and I'm not going to be able to Buy corn and harvest. And so you know, I'm just gonna have to all try to figure out another way to make it work and that I just don't have the capital and I don't have the bank line to go buy it from the farmers and willing Cooper's Tell me this story 40 years later, and he said that 23 days later gets a check in the mail for a million box. It was from my grandfather who prepaid feet so we would go to the growers by the corn, Put the corn and then sell it to him. Got him going again. When we opened the Grand Island plant, Willard Cooper came to see me. It never met. My grandfather said he wanted to be there. The guy with the first capital into the into the plant on told me this story. I've told that story a lot. It's It's hard to believe in the world like we have today that anybody ever do that. And you've just been listening to Dick Monfort, and he's just about choking up over the stories of his grandfather. On the end as fathers and grand parents we can either be told stories about us like that or not, it all has to do with how he lived. And great job is always to Joey into Alex Cortez for bringing us that piece and a special thanks to the Daniels fund and all of their help, sponsoring and supporting his show their ethics initiative. Well, they talk about things like this regularly and the principles that undergird their ethics initiative, integrity, trust, accountability, transparency, fairness, respect by ability. And rule of law. And all of these things are important. You heard about fairness again and again in this story, and you heard about respect. I mean, what a thing to do for a person front them the capital. First of all you trust right? There's a lot of trust going on there to be able to front two person a million dollars ahead of time and then my goodness, this the respect of that guy situation. And doing something about it. The story of Dick Monfort and in the story of his family here on our American story. Hi. I'm.
"daniels fund" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Cells were about $18 billion. And we were 10 billion of that, and we had 20,000 employees and Kenny for years. He would send birthday cards or Christmas cards. Maybe it was both toe all the employees. And he would sign them all himself. And so that's something that I did after he retired. That was a lot. There was a lot of Christmas time. It was a whole lot. And you're listening to Dick Monfort, telling the story of his father and learning about life and about ethics and principles and by the way, one of the key principles and the Daniels Fund ethics initiative. Is fairness and my goodness we hear about fairness and how to evaluate and value a company and also how dicks father handled transparency, which is another vital part. Of the Daniels found Ethics initiative when we continue Maura of this great story about so many things, but in the end about how to live a good life, Dick Monfort story his family's story here. In our American story. Hi. Hello. Hi. We're the producers were the producers our American stories on our American network, And we would like to hear your story. If you or someone you know, has an interesting story that you would like to share with America. Simply email us a pitcher and a paragraph picture and a paragraph to your story at our American network dot org's Just a picture in a paragraph. Yep. That's all you need. Did you or someone you know, serving the military. Tell us about it. Then the picture and a paragraph two. Your story at our American network that or you or someone, you know that something dramatic happened. We want to know about it in a picture of yourself in a paragraph describing something that happened in your life you would like to share with America and the rest of the world. Has someone ever done something for you? That changed your.
"daniels fund" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And so I can't. I gotta do business a different way. And I'm not gonna be able to buy corn and harvest and So you know, I'm just gonna have to. I'll try to figure out another way to make it work and that I just don't have the capital and I don't have the bank line to go buy it from the farmers. And Willard Cooper's told me this story 40 years later, and he said that to three days later Gets a check in the mail for a million box. And it was from my grandfather who prepaid feet, So we'll go to the growers by the corn, Put the corn and then sell it to him. Got him going again. When we opened the Grand Island plant, Willard Cooper came to see me had never met. My grandfather said he wanted to be the The guy with the first capital into the into the plant on told me this story. I've told that story a lot. It's It's hard to believe in a world like we have today that anybody ever do that on you've just been listening to Dick Monfort, and he's just about choking up over the stories of his grandfather. On the end as fathers and grandparents we could either be told stories about us like that or not, it all has to do with how we live. And great job is always to Joey into Alex Cortez for bringing us that piece and a special thanks to the Daniels fund and all of their help, sponsoring and supporting his show their ethics initiative. Well, they talk about things like this regularly and the principles that undergird their ethics initiative, integrity, trust, accountability, transparency, fairness, respect by ability and rule of law. And all of these things were important. You heard about fairness again and again in this story, and you heard about respect. I mean, what a thing to do for a person front them the capital. First of all you trust right? There's a lot of trust going on there to be able to run two person a million dollars ahead of time. And then my goodness, this the respect of that guy situation and doing something about it. The story of Dick Monfort and the story of his family here on our American story. Hi. I'm.
"daniels fund" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Sales were about $18 billion. And we were 10 billion of that, and we had 20,000 employees and Kenny for years. He would send birthday cards or Christmas cards. Maybe it was both toe all the employees. And he would sign them all himself. And so that's something that I did after he retired. That was a lot. There was a lot it Christmas time. It was a whole lot. And you're listening to Dick Monfort, telling the story of his father and learning about life and about ethics and principles and by the way, one of the key principles and the Daniels Fund ethics initiative. Is fairness. And my goodness Did we hear about fairness and how to evaluate and value a company and also how dicks father handled transparency, which is another vital part of the Daniels Fund Ethics initiative when we continue Maura of this great story about so many things, but in the end about how to live a good life, Dick Monfort story his family's story here on our American story. Hi. Hello. Hi. We're the producers were the producers at our American stories on our American network, And we would like to hear your story if you or someone you know, has an interesting story that you would like to share with America. Simply email us a pitcher and a paragraph The picture and a paragraph to your story at our American network dot org's Just a picture in.
"daniels fund" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Colorado companies putting their money where their mouth is that's for sure these companies or their top executives are writing some very large checks for health and social justice causes according to the Denver business journal the CEO of Vail resorts donated a twelve million dollars stock bonus to his family foundation's charitable trust with the money earmarked for covert nineteen and racial justice reform the Daniels fund is donating five million dollars for communities hard hit by the corona virus pandemic Wells Fargo bank has given more than two and a half million dollars to seventy one non profits here in Colorado thinking of going to Europe any time soon maybe not the issue is considering a travel ban on entry from countries with high rates of coronavirus the decision date for a cut off the decision by the E. U. officials making this plan is July first a week from today reports do indicate those officials are split on which countries to include in the list of banned locations well the full criteria is not yet known reports say that countries who have had over a hundred thousand positive cases over the past two weeks would be barred with more than two point three million total cases the United States leads the world in the total number of infections report from fox news JC Penney is closing thirteen additional stores the company filed for bankruptcy last month it plans to close two hundred fifty locations they're anticipating two hundred store his closing by the end of the summer another fifty by next year covert nineteen pandemic is just accelerated the financial hits taken by brick and mortar retail trains chains that were already struggling Starbucks is joining the alternative meat Tran company says it allowed the plant based impossible breakfast sandwiches to its menu it includes the sausage like product from impossible foods with a cage free fried egg and aged cheddar cheese on ciabatta bread company says it's responding to consumer demand with all the turbulence we've seen in the financial markets ever since March might surprise you how all the markets are actually doing this year course they did fall so far so fast any improvement can look pretty good the Dow though is actually on pace to have its best quarter since the first quarter of nineteen eighty seven the nasdaq has been up for seven days in a row now setting a record closing high yesterday the nasdaq's current winning streak is its longest since December of last year things not so promising today Dow futures currently down by more than two hundred points our next money update is at six twelve water gateway newsradio thanks five forty five my greatest fear for B. K. we now know there will be a baseball season that is good news it really is good news April there was a lot of talking and a lot of public bickering but in the end baseball will be played this season will be sixty games training will start by July first most teams will train at their home ballparks this season will begin July twenty third or twenty fourth the two sides also agreed to health and safety protocols ESPN's Jeff Passan Major League Baseball has not laid out exactly what the breaking point is going to be the if they're X. amount of cases or what sort of an outbreak is gonna constitute shutting down a club house these are all things that we're gonna be seeing in real time they're going to be awfully interesting to figure out how MLB actually handles it maybe giving a sense going forward of how other leagues are going to handle it the playoffs will not be expanded but both leagues will have the DH voice of the Rockies Jack Corrigan is scheduled to be with us at seven fifty four many of the Rockies have been working out at Coors field three of them have tested positive for coronavirus Charlie Blackmon and pitchers Ryan castle ani and Philip Diehl nuggets center Nikola jokic has also tested positive for the virus he's a symptomatic and still in Serbia his return to Denver is delayed the F. B. I. has concluded its investigation into the noose found in the garage stall of NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace NASCAR president Steve Phelps first of all I'd like to thank the U. S. attorney's office U. S. attorney's office and the FBI further obviously very swift and thorough work as their statement had can add said they've concluded their investigation and at Talladega superspeedway and determine that Bubba Wallace was not the target of a hate crime the news was apparently at the end of a cord that pulled the garage door down that's sports my craze for branding crystal on KOAA news radio the home of the Broncos buffs and run my Kaylee needs time five forty seven our top stories on Colorado's morning news in Atlanta the family and friends of shooting victim ri chard Brock's gathered in a historic church once pastored by Martin Luther king junior for a private funeral on Tuesday works was shot and killed in a Wendy's parking lot more than a week ago by a police officer now charged with his murder community activists in Colorado springs want plenty of black and Hispanic voices on the soon to be formed police accountability advisory board Robert Johnson with back to the people says it's important to the city to listen to minorities these are issues that we are doing within a and in this day and age that requires sensitivity this is this.
"daniels fund" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At the Harvard Business School if there are any courses on ethics and integrity no I've been checked with shampoo university no I then checked with yellow hot shots cool start McHale and I think Fortin I'm not sure L. none of them offered a course in ethics and integrity in the Daniels fund has since expanded bills ethics initiative and are partnering with more business schools law schools high schools police departments across the country and an online case bank and that anyone can access reaching a total of more than one million Americans so far with heavy emphasis on ethics integrity matters communicating with people answering your phone answer your e-mail treating everybody in your company what do you think your fellow man with decency give it back to your community now that's a pretty big order and bill just didn't talk a big game he lived it and even when he had nothing to his name here's the president of the Daniels fund Linda Childers so after bill returned from the military he moved to the state of Wyoming and started working in the insurance business and so the policy to a warehouse owner bill was proud of himself was a great a great deal and when I down the road and I think it was about a year later there was an accident at the warehouse and someone was killed and they filed the claim and bill was horrified to find out that the reinsurance company had declared bankruptcy and he felt that his integrity was on the line because he told that policy but there was nothing to be paid from the insurance company so bill Daniels as a young worker paid that claim himself the claim was twelve thousand dollars bill pay that five hundred dollars a month by juggling his finances to make that work more than a mate but it was important to him that his word was as good as gold he was going to make that straight because he was the square with himself that's who he was and that's what mattered to him and his reputation and I think with bill it it wasn't that he said I'm going to be honest and I'm going to do these things here because it's going to have long term path I think when he was a young man he just did it because it was the right thing and somewhere along the line he said well this is working pretty well for me my reputation really does matter in the cable business I had to take bankruptcy for the basketball team I owned in the state of Utah he was here because ours with the league champions times were tough another bank shut off with credit so I had to get all the players together almost happened said we gotta shut her down and I was miserable in the judge I would cry and I was on the tenth floor of the travel inn in Salt Lake City Utah and my lawyer is a graduate of this fine institution I named Bob Nagel and I said Bob I'm store programmer jump out the window he said build a like you're having a good lawyer.
"daniels fund" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Paul that the Jimmy how will be the one the Redmond goaltenders next year or will get traded that's a good question I know is in his last year this call yes so we do it funny about him I had a look through the nineteen I didn't share company with world which isn't a veteran goaltender struggling right now and engine is on that list and Johnson clicks on that list as well but there's a bunch of money on the National Hockey Richter two talent gonna gone yet so your answers to questions my green thumb it looks as well to longs for is you know his contract expires welding yes No trailer think up till December then I think it is opens up so the engine see what happens the wings and and what they do in our general trade you said no no no you've got my green did even my greens goes away I think with the country was written like it's after thanks for the trade deadline that one could move him to sell the interesting with the duty and all that so but again I get back I'd like to think he's you know he's he's in the business to make the team better tests you know keep making the team better all the time and in whatever is going to be with its trade with the three agencies instructor exits it's always a combination of you know the of all the many don't know some people are good I guess that's why I say like thank you again to miss a class three to four years and and you know they they will almost have the same team accepted James me over they made a change in an almost right now there is a balance for first place at the civic division and I totally on is all the time we can watch the superstar and know there have been revealed in take longer to fill takes five years well the hubby I used to it they lost the best player I mean and next thing you know there's one the best teams in the Eastern Conference old model thing it's a mindset like it's a culture but it takes people again and then continue make changes and that message and need to be understood by all the players and if you're not playing well you're not doing your job and also for it was it a fourth time you just go up to the desk for Alabama I should say okay now they're the room the will of the road runner just about to go on about to your line I guess in the he's questioning something out there on the lawn one official not the referee is talking to the LSU coach I'm no idea what was about I'm sorry enough out there is my boy Danielson great commentator Gurry Daniels fund nominal it'll gray now I do like him as a quarterback to cornerback but he was use he doesn't want to all we have some stores and Gary Danielson the smart all very smart card in in the NFL yeah and I remember they did a story and I didn't really know him at the time did a story on him talk about the meeting he said the one guy I appreciate this town I really respect more anybody else's run Cameri tells it like it is and I'd never been in before then I would have to later on we I see in my restaurant walked on Hey there don't say hello to me I turn on the rest of his clothes now in Auburn hills I close it I took Brookfield there and everything the same house so the steak house is also in Taylor did then they're all close down now and he was at the game we we we had a nice talk saw the tiger game abroad as senators meat was son your dental sins of plus I'm top see him in the few years so what we got here now and always good to throw no good incomplete I'm not no good so they can feel goals have no good so now what we got is second going to be second ago there was a there was a second I'll play okay the two yard line second gorgeous can give a little play by play here for the Alabama game men and touchstone Alabama extra point here makes it one score see what I mean by going for they had to go for otherwise in the earn the you made a great point if you can't get up for finances well don't look that's it hell them's gonna come back and win this game and I'm going to feel sorry for well.
"daniels fund" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Womb is comedy. Daniels funding. Thanks for two weeks. He might need. IT then really funny. I makes the difference. It's true. It's astonish is Kombi true. Different of your relations is genuine Virgin, Mary or something the opposite office. Psyche Mary here. There's a time for it by name. I'm not normal twins with twins. It's fine. Now, I'm suspicious that you're not twins. We often we all. Due to go. Stand up is that. Right. Joyce down a very early on. Yes. There's another stunned co Kerry how I know there is. So I found the stand up then it was someone someone else and she literally lasted for a year. And then just. I killed her because everytime, you good my name hers popped up straight away. And I was like I have no credits. And it was it was in her now, she's dead in the water might credits run. So why didn't long? Shooting drown something same salary. Maybe. I did try stand up only because Russell came home one day and just drop this massive film script in front of me, Wimbledon and was. Alcohol to shin for this. And I was like. Oh, my life, and he's like done stand up for a couple of years, and they're asking him to be invoking films and honesty. All can you help me like coach me, and I opened up the script, and this is the hour of a comedian he'd rewritten everything. It takes five his to write the script before it goes into the costing process. And he's like, yeah. I can do this. Just like, you know, can James back a boycott the fall, but it was down to him and James. Yeah. That was my triggering point was like serve I on the stage. I might get an audition because at that point. It was a close shop me. So I just used it. I hold it just to get contacts, and I did about five gigs. And that's all I need to. Which? It was. I didn't like the process of really I found myself building up towards the day of the gig just thinking about my tie five. And you just obsessed with everything becoming a joke. So then you can't have normal interaction because you can use it, and I just full and it was to spit too introspective. And I love sharing with people as much lemon show off. But I like acting with other people, and I like being apart the team and comedy if you're slightly depressive, which Kim bussum is not the best place. So I did it for why needed. And then I got out. Well, not do that must've been five nothing. You realize I didn't like it. When I first I'd preferred sketches and work took me to me a long time to come back to where I came back to Russ. I'd give Russell all the time. Russell was just Russell was just kind of becoming bake loads of comparing. But before he was famous two thousand and four so someone like that. So gig with him a lot, but he was impressive. Yeah. He was good. Yeah. He was mental obsessed with it. But then you have to be and I wasn't. I wanted to be an actress. So you can't really go into the comedy world with that of. I don't want to really be this you have to absolutely want to succeed. Otherwise, get the funk of sin. I mean, you've been working very consistently. And you've had two kids in the last four years you still managed to catch our new career with through that which is incredible as well. Because I've got to. Employees me. Unique give me a fucking. I looked well and the one we employed got pregnant. You come win with just right for men. Detach city. Actually, I was hiding my pregnancy at the time. Yeah. Just reading my scripts makes women pregnant. Well, that's that's that's good there. But people know you from him in her breakout. My son. That was the thing that really kind of gave me a job radio career. Yeah..
"daniels fund" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Ready for preparation. In your milkshake is Makram is of vanilla ice cream, strawberries, marriage. She no cherries. Also some Jimmy's sparkles. Now, you also have ketchup, tuna fish, mustard. Man show vs? No, I think what he has now. Great. Okay. Give it a mix gimmicks. Janis can be very objective using his blender. Trump in my eyes are watering not good. Do you have a for that? Correct? Puree it by the way you're listening to milkshake or Mulla writings below, right? It's nothing. Zimmer gonna come in and watch them drink. All right. He's now again, the ingredients include tuna fish. Malice back and. Kathleen is always here for the finest moments of show. You're putting a big glass, you're drink all that. I don't know how much of both drink. I think just gulp take it. I mean, the color looks right. I will say it's a fun way to trivia and you know with games here you to play at home and avail evolve thirty one flavors at Baskin Robbins. I don't think most of those are in there. What's wrong with Daniel Daniels funding. Okay. Should we gotta move ahead Bazi on the way, come on, drink your milkshake of shame while this contest the milkshake ashamed lays gentleman, I did did agree to this. So here we go. I stick to my word bottoms up. Here we go. Okay, it's got a little Terry go, he goes, he's taking a sip now and the end. How is it? It looks delicious. Oh, Daniel combo. There you go. The milkshake shame. Great tease life buzzer. You'll what, what. It's the the Tuta. That was the bad part where Kathleen, you're the photographer, you can't vomit to, oh, I've never seen so much. Problem is garbage smell Tangy. All right, biting guested. Yes, fake you very much for listening to milkshake. Trivia. Okay, we're gonna move on really. All right. I'll clean up now. This is why you need your AT and t. unlimited service be watching something else other than this. So as you know, I now.
"daniels fund" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I would dressed like this every day if i could if i could walk around la without freaking people out i address like this every day this is how i like to dress and of course did the hidden after he wasn't on a lettuce and lemon juice diet the way was on magic mike so i think he was pretty happy evils where which only a few times now amounts due to failed to shorthand yeah i think so i mean look there's there's trust plays a big part of that when you've worked with somebody before it it makes things easier but i have to say there were there there are a lot of people on this movie i'd never worked with before and they seem to fall very quickly into the rhythm of of how we like to work and certainly for daniel the ability to cut loose like this show is comic chops are daniels funny like daniels fund person to hang out with he's always looking for the joke in any situation i think for him to be able to show that side of him and not have to carry the whole film was was nice absan did he added he spring that line reading of incarcerated on on you and that's actually in the scratching literate four hyphens yeah no it was very definitive as it turns out now he was i told them i don't care how you look the light you can you're not protecting anything here like you have a blank slate and so he he went forward to show up looking like laksono separate furlan showed up.