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"dave meltzer" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

01:36 min | Last month

"dave meltzer" Discussed on The Playbook

"How do i unlock that potential. And it gets back to that. It's less about me. It ends up being more about. What's the ambition for the organization. You know we should make a much bigger difference in the world. You know five hundred million pounds recycled to a billion that hopefully we can be the one of the largest recyclers on the planet. That's using that recycle material to bill. You know sustainable Outdoor living spaces and so that to me is the single biggest driver and if you can get the organization align to that vision it starts to make a big difference. Yeah and you guys announced the goal of using over one billion pounds of recycled materials for your products by twenty twenty six. I'm on a mission to empower over a billion people to be happy. But i limit myself to the date You're a little bit more aggressive than i am. And i wish it wasn't but yeah probably is in both though will contribute to an abundant world that we live in where there's enough of everything for everyone and that we don't have to have the perspective of limited resources. And you certainly have no expectation of limiting yourself or limiting your company or limiting our world. Which is what. I love about your business and you jesse. Thank you so much for joining by hope. You enjoyed this week's episode of the playbook as much as me on a personal note. I just wanted to thank everyone for making the playbook such a success. Don't forget to continue it by sharing subscribing and listening to your favorite episodes this dave meltzer with the playbook..

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

02:52 min | 3 months ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on The Playbook

"I fear jomo the joy of missing out fobel the job. Oh the joy of other people's opinion where you're bracelets in whatever form they may take as long as they have no harm to you or others and they work for you where your bracelets they can elevate you just as well as anything else. Great question i know. It seems simple but there was a very deep answer to to that all right keith. In hoping hopefully you're still there. What questions you have for me. And i hope you do well. We love the team. Dave meltzer movement and we love the positive impact. You making my question for you is can you over study your calendar. Wow yes you could over meditate over at calendar over activity. Why is that. Because you only have twenty four hours of activity in a day and calendars specifically is relative to the activity of your day activity a planned activity. Don't plan your sleep. it could be activity. You get paid activity. You don't get paid. And it's just like meditation people ask me. Why meditated for eight hours a day. All heck why you could not execute on that much of a download. If you studied your calendar for eight hours a day you could execute on all the layers of the onion that you have revealed in peeled in a day of activity so i utilize minimums about a time to not only aggregated accelerating compound the focus for example ten minutes a day. It goes ted hours on saturday. Just because of the conscious continuum of how the conscious subconscious and unconscious work together to manifest it execute on materialized imagination possibilities probabilities in perspective. But more importantly if you study your counter too long you could not execute on all the activities and all the planning that you would find or reveal by doing that much study so utilize a balance mechanism of all the different things that allow you to be more efficient effective in statistically successful. I utilize a minimum of ten minutes a day to study my calendar. I would never study my calendar for more time than i would have to execute so people ask me. Well how do you know if you have more time than ten minutes. I will give it a minimum of ten minutes. How do you know when to stop studying your calendar. When i feel that. I have revealed enough activity the utilize in the twenty four hours that i've been given according to my unwinding routine where i get myself into position physically mentally and spiritually to go to sleep to allow my body to recover to clear the interference unconsciously subconsciously. Great question keaton. A lot of people are students of the counter. Anyone wants.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"And i remember years ago reading his book. I never would have thought. Will this digital stuff didn't exist. I have a video chat with him. But i never would have thought ten years ago. I'd be able to speak to somebody just like this. So that's the power of just putting yourself out there because the way you show up people were looking just like with with us. We looked up each other social media. Who is sky were just introduced to somebody else. What is the first thing people are going to do. They're gonna look you up online. Look you up on your show to see okay. Who are you so you have to have that presence. There and at presents can open up the doors for lots of opportunities so we have an amazing gift for our listeners. I want you to tell them about this. Awesome summit that you planned mastermind. They can get involved. Yeah really excited. It's the power of mindset summit in it's going to air november eighteen th through the twenty seconds i interviewed. Sean interviewed dave meltzer about on the show and lots of other amazing people. And it's all free. It's a five day summit each day there's going to be different speaker. Speaking and really just the goal is to get out the because entrepreneurs like if you're watching this lot of times we try to just do more. And what's the next book. I can read the next. The course i can buy just to learn something new and reality. It's not that we have to go internally and say what's going on inside what can i shift in my mindset. That's going to take me to the next level so audi speakers are sharing the mindset. Shift that they've had tell taken into the next level so you can learn from them and avoid a lot of mistakes that they made and actually achieve success faster so it's the power of mindset summit and you can go to my website. Dr justin moseley dot com and get into it get registered for the summit again. It's free all you gotta do is register..

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AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Posts Benchmark Result in Passmark

Joey's Totally Tech

04:00 min | 1 year ago

AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Posts Benchmark Result in Passmark

"Top story and be Verizon 5 5600 ex-post Benchmark results in PassMark, 10% above all in Sol processors the new processor had impressive performance in the past or single thread Benchmark. It was forty-seven percent faster than its predecessor has be all Intel chips. The processor has a base clock of 3.5 gigahertz and boosts up to 4.6 gigahertz and retails for $299. The score was 3945 points the previous processors the ryzen 5 2600x off scored twenty-six hundred seventy-seven points and the rise in five thirty six hundred XT score 2832 points. We've yet to see benchmarks from the new Rising seven fifty-eight hundred ex or Thursday nine fifty nine hundred XT or two fifty nine fifty ex, but they will of course have significantly better scores than what the 5600 access May is so far. We've got good news on the GPU front to which will discuss dead. In the gaming news. Yeah, this processor Benchmark. It's really exciting stuff because AMD they had the plague catch up with Intel for some time past few years with the rise and launchers have been really good. Okay before Rising came out AMD was kind of lagging behind for years on the CPU front. Unfortunately and the past few years have come out was rising and they've come out with some amazing stuff. They were still a little behind until as far as performance goes, but they were definitely catching up and now it looks like at least it's single thread performance here on the new CPUs are coming out. Yeah, they're exceeding until they're even exceeded their own stuff. But beyond what I would have thought you know, now what are these stores based off of exactly their benchmark scores? This is the single threaded Performance Off. It's kind of hard to explain to someone who might not be quite as tech-savvy. Okay, but it's just a way that process is certain renderings or whatnot. Like what's the scale? Like, what's the highest she that I don't think there is a highest you just get more and more and more points God's it. Yeah, that's like it's like the Dave Meltzer scoring system. I guess except has a supposed to be five stars and several wrestlers have broken the Yankees, but I like I think you've reviewed like in a store match couple years ago something like that. All right. Well, let's start a wrestling podcast some time and as much as we're talking about wrestling cuz this is a ticket. I don't know if you're free time, right? That's all right, ma'am. But yeah, so I'm really excited about these rides and see if he is a competition is definitely a good thing and it's great to see AMD really competing with Intel on Thursday. They're competing with Nvidia 2 and we're going to get into that in the gaming news. That's really excited stuff too. Now. Do you think these new processes will give them an advantage as far as like encryption is concerned with encryption. I really don't know but I know we do have a a little vulnerability with the Intel CPUs. I want you tell us about that sure researchers extract a secret key used to encrypt until CPU code a secret key that encrypts updates to a number of Intel CPUs has been extracted bowing third parties to decrypt the microcode updates until provides to fix security vulnerabilities and other bugs. It's possible to update Intel chips with off the microcode using the secret key. There's no way to effectively eliminate the vulnerability but until has said the issue is not serious for customers wage. As an attacker would require physical access to the machine

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Dive dive spot spot dive spot group spot group spot dive. Get Your Shit in neg beards beards. This is also wait. Don't even I know he's talking about wait. Let me guess all early wrestling. Yes I knew it I it and Yo- you referred to the opening tag eighteen minutes. That's for starters. Yeah exactly end. Dave Meltzer was not happy about the Dave Meltzer. Actually I'm Dave not happy and fires talking ill about all elite. They D- Milton. Dave meltzer fire back at Barron. Cormon saying that Johnson is matches her spot fests and ripped the undertaker. Take Your Foley Helena Cell match saying it was it was John Matches are spot thus and he said that undertaker make Foley was a stunt show not not a fucking wrestling match. John Seen matches are spot. FESS best complete opposite. Dave wowed you really realize what you call sucking being Dick for real who are really socking all elites dake. Badly John Cena's matches are spot fair. I took him over undertake. Show okay he has somewhat of a point but don't take it away no it was. The reason for the match was for it to be a stunt show because because the fucking matches called sale. Hello what did you expect teacups and fucking headlock in wrist locks and fucking arm bars. It's a fucking Helena Sal. Yes like having a hardcore match but we only gonNA hit each other with pillows. The fuck up uncle Dave.

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From 'Divas' To 'Superstars': WWE Embraces Women's Sports Revolution

Busted Open

04:00 min | 1 year ago

From 'Divas' To 'Superstars': WWE Embraces Women's Sports Revolution

"One of the most respected journalists in the history of pro wrestling and somebody who has covered every detail of the sport for the last thirty plus years. Dave Meltzer on the progression of women's wrestling in the wwe this decade and the importance of the annex t women a lot of the women in the in annex t which is kind of where the whole thing started there were The kinds of the new generation. You know I think page was was kind of an example who came up as an independent woman wrestler slur and well. She's very good looking. It was really in some ways. She started for self as a wrestler First Glamour Persons Second and Charlotte Flair was another one who came up in that year and Sasha banks and all that and so when they started having really strong matches I remember Charlotte and Sasha banks matches all over over and exterior including the one in San Jose. My in my city Vince McMahon was at that absolutely tore the house down. You know Adrian Neville and been valor that follow and could not follow that match which is amazing because those two are the best wrestlers in the world right now but the crowd was so hyper for the Charlotte. Sasha banks matching they really delivered on that night and I think that came into the exte- thing you had more and more of a groundswell of fans who saw that and wanted women wrestling no high-level women's wrestling supposed to models trying to wrestle the new wave of divas in the wwe had finally arrived but a trip to at and T.. Stadium in Texas in the spring of two thousand and sixteen would bring even more change after the break the divas get their name back. A feud for the ages and a slew of first I you're listening to the pro wrestling defining moments of the decade on Siriusxm fire nation. Michael you're hearing catch busted open. Live Monday Monday through Saturday from nine. AM to noon eastern on Sirius. Xm Bite Nation Channel One fifty six or on demand with the series. XM APP taking you through the moments and superstars that defined a decade of wrestling. This is pro wrestling's defining moments of the decade back here on pro wrestling's wrestling's defining moments of the decade on Siriusxm fire nation. I'm host the bust. It Open Dave or Greco. The Davis Division was about to undergo yet. Another change changed. We've seen a lot of changes over the last two years especially with page winning the divas championship kind of sense that something big was about the happen is he. W Legend Tommy Dreamer on the turning point for the women was through social media where it was almost like give the divas a chance and that started this movement or when you saw the so cold four horse women in annex t stepping up and it was really. WWe answering the call from the fans and the girls answered the call to and you know you think about that for this past decade. It's only been a short time. But in that short time they have taken and the tradition and history of wrestling and thrown Atma garbage in her trailblazing their new paths just hours before Wrestlemainia thirty thirty two at. At and T. Stadium. Texas Stephanie McMahon informed the Divas they would now be known as WWe superstars the divas name was dead and before for the match that would steal the show at Wrestlemainia. Alleged officially kickstarted. The women's evolution abolution of women in this business is the divas revolution. They are so much more than divas here. In this ring today they are all. WWe Superstars Sodas with my great honor to let you guys know tonight. The winner of the triple threat will be the recipient of the first ever. WWE wwe women's championship.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Get drafted your free agent like why would you bother signing anywhere just work both shows with more wrestling observer live vow cranking up the volume for about sixty bucks for the Thirty Day free trial you can get your own set of TV ears when you wear TV ears you can mute the TV volume for privacy. a week before the first annexed maybe it was that same day remember again that was they were rushing those shirts out so people could have them on for the full sail the first subscribe neighbors with Dave Meltzer we'll recap the raw show as well talk all of the news as noted no filthy Tom Show here today we're moving the show to Friday so we can review the crown jewel shell and I'll be back tomorrow with VIN Craig Retro Raw Nature From Nineteen years ago this week as well as last night's show where we reviewed NWEA roach wrestling from November of nineteen eighty-eight listen to the review and then go watch that show on the W network because there is the greatest offers listeners everybody the studio next time wrestling observer live you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network Arc man newsfeed dot com this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"Texting dot com thanks to both of them for what they do for the show and without further ado my my desk today. He's a a author. He's a speaker. He's a coach. He's a business owner of multiple a business owner as a marketer. He is one of the best guys in terms of giving you everything you need and asking nothing in return but everything comes his way a David Meltzer David thanks for joining and beyond thanks out of its really pleasure to be here and I love that you started with you know overnight. Success was overnight success as I've met are seventeen years in the making and what I mean by that is that I'm here to help empower the people to get what they want to shop for what they want to live in two currencies urgency's won the money currency of the energy or object that money is an energy put into the flow to shop for what you want. If you shop for what you want be happy. If you shop the wrong things you won't be happy but I also Mir in that seventeen years to teach what the things they do believe in the unconscious competencies of the personality traits characteristics obsessions in addictions that you have in other words taking what you think they believe and those unconscious competencies and creating habits enjoying every day the consistent persistent pursuit of your potential that's the key and why do I say seventeen years because what I've found through my own successes and and other great entrepreneurs athletes and business people that I've met that they have these periods of acceleration in growth that 'cause most people to quit We like to be the same I always say. The uniqueness of you is determined not being the same but being connected connected to everything so people get confused. They feel good when they're connected but that doesn't mean you want to be the same. You don't want to do what other people want for you. You don't the food that your spouse loves or your kids. Love you eat the day you love. You are unique and we all fit together and unique this so what happens since we use a seventeen year model or what I call the twenty five percent milos well so usually it takes ten years in anything that we're working on is because it takes so much consistency to get somewhere it usually takes about ten years usually to get to twenty five percent of where you WANNA be human mind gets disappointed and so we ninety nine percent of US quit after ten years or if it's taken even sooner Komo. Let's say it took you three years and get twenty five percent ninety nine percent of the people for whatever reason did perception in the way that we see time what when we worked hard. We're twenty five percent of the way there even if you do this jogging watch what happens. Is that first lap in mile that we it was like. Oh my God. Am I gonNA make the other three laps. There's something about twenty five percent but in ten years appeared twenty five percent ninety nine percent of the people are going to quit. They become copies. They start doing what what everybody else wants to do is start thinking like everybody else and they lose their uniqueness their inspiration and you gain that inspiration by connecting the others but it by literally being yourself and here's this ad five years later at fifteen years that person's now fifty percents only only took him half as much time to get to the next twenty five percent but here's the sad thing out of the one percent that hung on ninety nine percent of those now after fifteen years. I quit or fit when you're busy percent of the way they're ninety. Nine percent of the one percent quit so once again everybody's conforming to the same cubbyholes ninety ninety five jobs working with what their parents want them to do go to school where the parents wanting to go to school doing what their friends want them to do. Even though they know it's disastrous for themselves themselves. They're surrounded themselves with the wrong people the wrong ideas books podcasts music and they wanna be like everybody else and meanwhile if they just WanNa hung on for another two and a half years half the amount of time at seventeen and a half years right there you're one hundred percent of the way there and then your recourse two hundred seventy s or hundred seven six thousand eight hundred seven thirty seconds thirty two hundred. That's how people are unique. That's when the A universe gives you the bonus round. That's where the consistent persistent preceding potential takes place. That's why there are no overnight successes. If there was an overnight success that means the minute you came out of your mother's womb. You would be successful because that's overnight otherwise you are in the acceleration in grow zone. The only way we accelerating growth learn lessons only way we learn lessons are understanding three laws lob. Goya work hard work smart work long men. You know uh-huh is going to be a long haul not long days meaning. Your perspective is long. You don't need it overnight. No instant gratification. You're enjoying the pursuit you're not. I'm trying to get to the end as fast as you can. Enjoy the pursuit of your potential then you have the law of attraction that says like you said earlier about me of someone that does everything provide value so you believe in productivity how much value providers wells accessibility accessible might to others and on my existing what I want so the lava Jackson says if I put it out there. It's GonNa come back to me when I say do you believe competencies in that quantum memory but even more importantly the law of surrender lobster renders the last law people don't understand the law that says we're all connected but raw different and it's okay. You don't have a need to be right and it's separate appears period. Guilty anxious frustrated fearful. Whatever it may a b you can live with snus and surrendered to the truth and go ahead and illuminate all the lessons that you've learned in the things that you would do better next time to live to a higher potential. That is the answer to the seven seventeen year overnight success. I love it. I love it and I know your story and for those of you listening listen you gotta get his book connected to goodness. It's one of my favorite books and I happen to give it out every time I see David get more of his books and I give it out to other people and we're not going to go into the whole story but they've had some amazing successes for potential standpoint some spectacular failures slash on successive losses losses this but in personalized in in family life in financial life and then once you sort of instantly learned from it and were able to recover that was that challenge that I big sort of breakdown in your success. Was that sort of your twenty-five percent point looking back on it where you could have given up up yet for me. It actually been two years before in had great financial success early right out of law school was a millionaire nine months out of lost but for me that twenty five percent was what I thought I was one hundred percent as almost like you know sitting on third base hit a home run but for me two years years before I had three kind of warning signs at one my father who I didn't get along with who was a liar manipulator over seller back and seller and I hated him for it. I started realizing through his thirtieth birthday gift to me that I was just like it gave me a Jackie with no pockets. It's and told me. I can't take anything with me. When I'm gone and jackets remind me that I'm just like him and I should not want to be the richest man in the cemetery very that I better start paying attention second was my best friend told me like you hanging out with so he was hanging out with me anymore and I told him about like those guys and he said you can lie to une- don't lie to yourself and then finally two years almost to the day that went bankrupt. My wife came home intoxicated by thirty in the morning from partying and lying to her so she wasn't happy in that. I better take stock into. I wasn't what I wanted to become when will up in the morning. After I got over my anger hurt `blame-shame and justification of why I was doing everything reality struck me and I became depressed. I lied in bed for almost half a day until rocky rocking came on whatever terrible station. I was watching homicide. I'm watching this thing and I'm bawling like a baby there. He is at the end. Apollo creed knocks him down. He looks up. His face is just melted. He looks up and he gets up and then boom and the music going one more punch he goes down again and then he looks up and he gets up and on the third time boom looks up in gets up and he can barely stand but yet he raises gloves and I was like that's it. I I just have to look up. I just get out of this bed. This isn't the end of it. This is the beginning of it. I do things better. I started outlining what what I wanted to become who I was outlined gratitude and forgiveness and accountability in what inspired me and I was gonna live my life to be of service in the ask for help deliver radically humble all these different things combine a step-by-step procedure of how is GonNa Madden what was going to be how is GonNa stay inspired at all times in how I was going to excavate it with my pragmatic things so I built a book like thinking grow rich to help people step-by-step make a lot of money help a lot of people and have a lot of fun in their lives and the cool thing is now decades later. I've proven that it works through my own accents. I've proven that I live alive that is extraordinary and not just in health and happiness but in everything else that I desire with my family in my finances and my business in my community in the world and it keeps growing and growing I'm thirty two hundred mark. Maybe the sixty four hundred Mark Almond mental upside of the hockey thick and I want other people experience the same thing that's my mission. I Love Edna and since the since we have we met you meet people people a lot of events in I picked up the phone and ransom. I Call David and I was like Hey I've got a question and answer the phone which I was Kinda shocked with. I thought I'd go to voicemail and and hopefully get on your calendar you gave me the answer said hey next time you're in Newport beach. Come by the office I came by the office and just gave me a ton of Information Asian and one of the things that he talked about I want you to talk about it. Here for a second is when you were at your lowest point financially you that was the first thing you wanna come. Come back from like you needed money because you got some family obligations and you did it by asking others. What did they need that. You may build maybe table ah able to help them out with nothing nothing beyond that you didn't put yourself and say I can do this. I was like hey. What do you need that help you. Can you tell us a little bit about that process and how that worked yeah. There's an old saying right. Don't get so busy working you forget to make money and I got so busy worrying about money working all all types of things and I forgot I was born in have enhanced and studied a skill set the skill share vision skill to sell and so oh I had built that based off being kind to myself and kind of others. I had a great relationship capitals. I said all right. I got a pregnant wife with my fourth child. Silence got three daughters. I lost everything I got. A rented house rented furniture. I have one car that allowed me to keep it. Everything else was lost.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Can get zero hours you D._C.. Because that's eight P._M.. Eastern five Pacific that's when this show will be replayed except on Sundays when we're live live at six P._M.. Three PM ten P._M.. You see that a little bit of stalling there but the music go down said I'm not sure if I'm ready for today yet or not. I knew it was coming Brian's out here today there is they planned power outage where he lives in greater Seattle so at noon in a major metropolitan area they've done a planned outage. This of course has nothing to do with the fact that <hes> <hes> the top one hundred things that you must do before you die W._W._e.. Book that Brian didn't and I'm sure he'll be talking about that a lot today on the website all over the website on shows with Dave on shows with Brian on shows with his grandmother all that sort of stuff that you can get over wrestling observer dot com. If I was a subscriber over there I wouldn't worry about so much of that stuff as a as opposed to the newsletter and reviews with with Dave Meltzer that he and Brian did last night about Monday night raw. I'm sure you WanNa talk about that today. If you do give me a call one eight hundred eight seven eight play when eight hundred eight seven eight seven five to nine but you don't have to there was a whole weekends work the activity that we didn't talk about really at all we brought us since May w stuff we brought up a little.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Not domesticated which matches my guest Dave Meltzer this man. He is domestic but not domesticated. Although I think his.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Dade thinks that Becky lanes is going to win the main event wrestlemainia tonight as do I he's rooting for Becky Lynn as am. I. Bryant arouses going to start to fade from the picture, Charlotte and Becky will do battle forever. And they've got others. Oscar, we'll get back involved certainly nyah, Jack who broke Becky Lynch's knows and help to get Becky Lynch's over as a fan favorite is going to have run with Becky Lynn, she's going to be the camp for a while. So I think he's going to win the main event I think this is finally ad for Brock last nerve. I think we get the last of the Brock run. And I think that takes the title from him tonight. I apologize. The one thing. I didn't ask Dave Meltzer was John CENA was in for the hall of fame inductions, and he's going to participate in some way, shape form a resume tonight. They're keeping it very close to divest of what he's going to do. What are we actually has a match or he just comes out and promotes upcoming match in the next couple of months, or if he's going to be part of the broadcast, but teen is going to do something. And they've done a real good job of keeping that under wraps looking forward to that. And the match that I care about more than anything else is they gotta give Roman Roman reigns. Can't lose tonight. Kenny. Guy beats leukemia and comes back, and he gets wrestlemainia match a great matchup against these Scottish psycho. I I'm a big Roman reigns fan. I'm hoping very much that he wins like and your wrestlemainia. If that's what you do doing on. This Sunday night time is now seriously going through the glad just about done. We've only got a couple of minutes left here. Had a good MAC. Daddy tweeted today came in the last twenty minutes, see sometimes under the wire works from. I am Steve Kraus who I think is a previous MAC daddy. Pleaded today win. I'm not a hundred percent char Steve good tweeter. I think he's won previously. He went poet laureate for wrestlemainia force. Twas the night before wrestlemainia and all through the ring not a baby face was stirring, not even a sting the banners were hung from MetLife with care in hopes that the undertaker soon would be there in. No, this is not getting undertake I'm telling you, getting FINA, and you get a Becky Lynn twin and they.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You know, it's it's very unfortunate hard as kids coaches fans what they put into its own entire season for no call that double dribble. The cost him the opportunity to go to a championship game. A lot of people were saying he couldn't pick it up. Real time old. I'm sitting there with five guys as soon as it happens. You know, we all started yelling double dribble immediately. And I can't believe that one of the referees on the court or even a third referees sitting, there know, even if he didn't bite not caught it right away a second or two later. He's gotta realize that was. Yeah. You you. You're either going to catch it in the moment, you're not you're not going to realize it's not going to sink in. And you're going to blow your whistle. Three seconds afterwards. That's unrealistic. Well, then you just go to say, you know, what I'm gonna blow the whistle. Let's go ahead. Take a look at it. Reset the clock. To do that. You're not allowed to do that. If if you want to change the rules of insta- replay, we can discuss that. But the way you're describing it how it should have been handled guessing is against the rules. You're not allowed to blow. The whistle say. Yeah, you know, I thought about it for three seconds. I might have seen. I might not say all go over take a peek. No, you're not allowed to do that. Late with on call it a lot to do that you are. But we're freeze don't do that. And they don't like to do that either. You thought oh, you didn't either you thought and you're going to blow your whistle immediately. If you start to think about wall plays on going. Then you're not doing your job. You're watching them play. You're not supposed to go. Was that it wasn't that a double dribble? No that that's not the way it works watching the play 'cause he didn't call it. He didn't want to be a double dribble, which was a mistake. And yes over now over what I had to go back to the line and make more regrows, which they had just missed them. So it doesn't mean the game was definitively over if they made the call, right? But it certainly puts it in a much better position. Yep. Absolutely good call. Check it in. That's what we're talking about day. You're on CBS sports radio. NCAA controversy or NBA or NHL or wrestlemainia or masters a little bit later. I'll give you the other couple of guests. We've got scheduled guests. We did lock in our wrestlemainia guest the best in the business. Dave meltzer. And a former NCAA standout and pretty good prone is day to talk about Monday night's game and yesterday's action by both the teams and referees. Rex Walters is gonna join us to so live to do. Hop aboard me eight five five two two four two.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"Day meltzer's gotta saw Dave Meltzer. Flintstones the Flintstones thirty more wrestlers in the rumble today thirty more wrestlers than. Yeah. That should be that should be a fun one. We're on the road as you. Well know, it's the row to wrestlemainia which is rarely the road to triple w live in New York. Yes, exactly. When I got home last night at about nine thirty ten o'clock. I immediately pounded Ron smackdown directly into my eyes. I've sat down and just fucking pounded it out. Got. I will say Bobby Lashley to me with Leo is makes the I mean. Yeah. I now like, yeah. I look forward to some Lashley segments while because it's yeah. It's. It's a great act. Yeah. It's it's it's it's he is for for me. He has helped Bobby Lashley tremendously. As far as my interest in in anything that he's involved -solutely it, and it's. The only negative is. It's like. I mean, you still like we saw you still got Leo rush match. Let it's like. If that's what they're going to use them for if he's going to be the mouthpiece. He's doing great. He's doing great. Yeah. It's not the best. They could be doing with him. But for what it is. It's fucking great. Yeah. Do I think he's on no-man's-land? No. I don't. How did you feel because I know that we were sort of talking a little bit. Once they announced that it Stephanie was was going to have a word with Becky, right? Like, so, of course, you know, they're they're gonna try to do the McMahon Austin thing again except the giorno heat on the McMahon's, right? Wasn't exactly as on Tuesday or Monday for that matter. She stood her ground Becky stood her ground. And so then I have to wonder like why? Well, if they'll tell me, hopefully, hopefully, they will tell me it is interesting. You did get that subtle Stephanie gave her the boot to the knee. Yeah. So is it is Becky becky's a little dinged up. And they're trying to like, I don't for you mean like as a shoot. Yeah. Like, I don't think. So I think they're just trying to gotta do. Well, slow do some wither. Why just mean like zakat be you know, they gotta get suspended. So. That they can slow it down rhyme. While she tries to. I mean, it's interesting you look back at like the Austin man thing half the time. It was you know, Austin being. Detained thrown out of the building is it's like while. We gotta do something. Yeah. There's gotta be a reason. Because I mean there was such a hot period in. Ninety seven ninety eight where like Austin would just show up and just kick everyone's ass and leave. Yeah. Especially leading up to that ninety eight rumble. Austin would just interrupt stunned somebody and then vanish. Yeah. And then by the time that rumble rolled around when his music hit all the action. This is one of the best moments in the rumble ever all the action and the ring stopped because everybody had a problem with stone. So good. Do that that Austin Rick role after the Super Bowl? Oh my God. If you haven't seen it head to Austin's Instagram immediately. Yeah. It was it's so funny. I mean, I guess, you know, he's not doing his podcast at the moment. So he's got some time on the saints. Clearly, the man has time on his hands. And he may had a couple of broken skull IP as my few Steve wise, but he nailed it. I mean, he was he lip synch it up perfectly. What was that? I'm sure he he's talked about it more than once. But there was that one, you know, Cuban a podcast with Austin. What would you call those not not the drive through that? Right. That's gonna but whatever. Yeah. He was talking about like, I'm off the hard liquor. No more that. All right. Well, no, I think there was somebody. But there was a point where he said. Because a lot of his show in recent times was like diet related doing Kito doing this. I'm trying to get. Yeah. I fucked around for a couple months now, I got a dial in. So there was one time where he like essentially said like, I'm not drinking. But but for anyone who would listen for more than fifteen minutes, you knew he just met like during the span of his diet..

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Nine a pop now you could sell them for nine ninety nine. So they became affordable, and we were cranking out so much content anyway that we would record dark matches. We recording stuff all over the place that wasn't being seen by. Anybody man shit put that on videotape and sell it. So it was it was just a really good time. The business was hot in the audience wanted more. Rawls only two hours than and you didn't have all this other stuff going on. So you didn't have smackdown. He didn't have all this other crap in people want more content. Now, they've got shit one hundred hours of it. First Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday seems. Let's get to the Royal rumble sold out weeks ahead of time fourteen thousand eight hundred sixteen fans in the building of which thirteen thousand five hundred ninety seven we're paying six hundred thirty thousand fifty bucks another hundred and thirty seven grand and change and merchandise. What a house as one dark match on the show couple of guys. I don't know if they'll ever do anything in the business Christian. Jeff hardy this Christian guy got the pin eleven minutes with what would become the unprepared at this point. It was still referred to Dave Meltzer as TamI. Rodgers Tom Makasi and Meltzer love the mass when eleven minutes, and he says it was the second best match on the entire show pretty cool peak into the future here fourteen months after this on the same building..

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

"Experienced that yourself as you can provide value to others. It comes back in waves. Absolutely. Could not could not agree more as your new project told Dr could you tell us out? Yes, I'm combining combining my old profession Gulf with what I do on the podcast. And I'm bringing a unique fresh entertaining approach to interviews where we're going to be filming it on on a golf course. The first episode is with Dave Meltzer becoming out December first we have scheduled right now. So tha round thirty minute episode done on a golf course a fun scene at some music in just trying to provide Greg a people with a unique experience. I see a lot of podcasts out there. We all kind of do the same thing. Right. Like in terms of we ask different questions in you provide so much value. And there's other people there who I watch. And I wanted to do something unique in different that I felt like I've always wanted to do. And just like you whenever I put my mind to something. Now, I need to execute on it because I hate myself if I tone. Absolutely. So what is the how would you describe it to someone who's never listen to podcasts or watch the video on YouTube? Why should they take the time to watch this? I mean, if for anyone out there, if if you just if you're interested in just bettering yourself and learning from some of the most highly successful people in the world, and what behaviors they have. And how they think in in the steps they took in order to get where where they are. That's how I built my business. That's how I've got myself out of rock bottom from learning from others. And this is this is a way free to do that. It's really simple fund painless. You can listen to it on any platform. Even if you don't wanna watch a video, you can you can watch short clips or or an audio version, but just like Greg show here if you're listening to Greg show, your obviously into personal development, you're obviously under. Stand that tiny leaps lead to those big changes. And if you want to to get a different approach from different people than come on hop on Dr. As of Colin. How can we connect with you?.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

"Experienced that yourself as you can provide value to others. It comes back in waves. Absolutely. Could not could not agree more as your new project told Dr could you tell us out? Yes, I'm combining combining my old profession Gulf with what I do on the podcast. And I'm bringing a unique fresh entertaining approach to interviews where we're going to be filming it on on a golf course. The first episode is with Dave Meltzer becoming out December first we have scheduled right now. So tha round thirty minute episode done on a golf course a fun scene at some music in just trying to provide Greg a people with a unique experience. I see a lot of podcasts out there. We all kind of do the same thing. Right. Like in terms of we ask different questions in you provide so much value. And there's other people there who I watch. And I wanted to do something unique in different that I felt like I've always wanted to do. And just like you whenever I put my mind to something. Now, I need to execute on it because I hate myself if I tone. Absolutely. So what is the how would you describe it to someone who's never listen to podcasts or watch the video on YouTube? Why should they take the time to watch this? I mean, if for anyone out there, if if you just if you're interested in just bettering yourself and learning from some of the most highly successful people in the world, and what behaviors they have. And how they think in in the steps they took in order to get where where they are. That's how I built my business. That's how I've got myself out of rock bottom from learning from others. And this is this is a way free to do that. It's really simple fund painless. You can listen to it on any platform. Even if you don't wanna watch a video, you can you can watch short clips or or an audio version, but just like Greg show here if you're listening to Greg show, your obviously into personal development, you're obviously under. Stand that tiny leaps lead to those big changes. And if you want to to get a different approach from different people than come on hop on Dr. As of Colin. How can we connect with you?.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

"Experienced that yourself as you can provide value to others. It comes back in waves. Absolutely. Could not could not agree more as your new project told Dr could you tell us out? Yes, I'm combining combining my old profession Gulf with what I do on the podcast. And I'm bringing a unique fresh entertaining approach to interviews where we're going to be filming it on on a golf course. The first episode is with Dave Meltzer becoming out December first we have scheduled right now. So tha round thirty minute episode done on a golf course a fun scene at some music in just trying to provide Greg a people with a unique experience. I see a lot of podcasts out there. We all kind of do the same thing. Right. Like in terms of we ask different questions in you provide so much value. And there's other people there who I watch. And I wanted to do something unique in different that I felt like I've always wanted to do. And just like you whenever I put my mind to something. Now, I need to execute on it because I hate myself if I tone. Absolutely. So what is the how would you describe it to someone who's never listen to podcasts or watch the video on YouTube? Why should they take the time to watch this? I mean, if for anyone out there, if if you just if you're interested in just bettering yourself and learning from some of the most highly successful people in the world, and what behaviors they have. And how they think in in the steps they took in order to get where where they are. That's how I built my business. That's how I've got myself out of rock bottom from learning from others. And this is this is a way free to do that. It's really simple fund painless. You can listen to it on any platform. Even if you don't wanna watch a video, you can you can watch short clips or or an audio version, but just like Greg show here if you're listening to Greg show, your obviously into personal development, you're obviously under. Stand that tiny leaps lead to those big changes. And if you want to to get a different approach from different people than come on hop on Dr. As of Colin. How can we connect with you?.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

"Experienced that yourself as you can provide value to others. It comes back in waves. Absolutely. Could not could not agree more as your new project told Dr could you tell us out? Yes, I'm combining combining my old profession Gulf with what I do on the podcast. And I'm bringing a unique fresh entertaining approach to interviews where we're going to be filming it on on a golf course. The first episode is with Dave Meltzer becoming out December first we have scheduled right now. So tha round thirty minute episode done on a golf course a fun scene at some music in just trying to provide Greg a people with a unique experience. I see a lot of podcasts out there. We all kind of do the same thing. Right. Like in terms of we ask different questions in you provide so much value. And there's other people there who I watch. And I wanted to do something unique in different that I felt like I've always wanted to do. And just like you whenever I put my mind to something. Now, I need to execute on it because I hate myself if I tone. Absolutely. So what is the how would you describe it to someone who's never listen to podcasts or watch the video on YouTube? Why should they take the time to watch this? I mean, if for anyone out there, if if you just if you're interested in just bettering yourself and learning from some of the most highly successful people in the world, and what behaviors they have. And how they think in in the steps they took in order to get where where they are. That's how I built my business. That's how I've got myself out of rock bottom from learning from others. And this is this is a way free to do that. It's really simple fund painless. You can listen to it on any platform. Even if you don't wanna watch a video, you can you can watch short clips or or an audio version, but just like Greg show here if you're listening to Greg show, your obviously into personal development, you're obviously under. Stand that tiny leaps lead to those big changes. And if you want to to get a different approach from different people than come on hop on Dr. As of Colin. How can we connect with you?.

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"dave meltzer" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"dave meltzer" Discussed on The Playbook

"But you know, I've had it as far as I mostly kick myself in the nuts because you. It's hard in the fist flex. See that's what you got on stretch after this. But you know, you do though you take things and say, you know, when people say the dumbest things like, you know, you stole. Gratitude someone said to me at one time, right? And I'm like really I stole that from Gary v 'cause I'm talking about gratitude. But in their mind, it's not what you say. There's I will say you would be deemed as genius by a lot of people that I've talked to which is why was inspired to come and talk to you. And by listening to you. But we both know the geniuses coming through you. But it's not what you say. It's the ability to articulated in a way that I you know, I'm talking to people all day long. I've never heard it said that way, and I want you to appreciate that. Because that gift needs to continue to be molded because the way you describe things it's really important because you can touch we both could say the same thing. And literally I could talk about gratitude and come on stage and people are lined up and tell me I'm a genius because I told him to say thank you before they go to bed and. They wake up and somebody else could tell you to go. Thank you when you got home, and you would have that resistance, right? Because there's a higher vibration to to what you say. And you know, this has been the most interesting entrepreneur entrepreneur playbook I've ever had because it's a higher vibrating playbook to success than talking through how to raise money, or you know, what to do when someone says no to you or some of the things that we could both teach people's we walk around our businesses. I just want to recognize thank you because I think a lot of people are going to benefit from this playbook and away when they tune in that they never imagined. I really appreciate that. And I and I appreciate you as well. The reason why when you talk about gratitude and make such an impact is because you feel gratitude in your heart, and when you've integrated these things you become that integrated person. So you're not talking from academia, talking parroting some other idea, but it's something you've brought down into your bones into the Maryland into your soul, and you own it. Then it comes across a little bit. Different. And you know, I hope to continue to be able to do that from my Volmer ability to my success to my failures. You know, that's the that's the real commitment to service is just to share in the truth. Well, you are legend, the philosopher are Aubrey Marcus here at on it with Dave Meltzer, the goodwill hunting version of entrepreneurs the playbook. I hope you enjoyed this week's episode of the playbook as much as me on a personal note. I just wanted to thank everyone for making the playbook such success. Don't forget to continue it by sharing subscribing and listening to your favorite episodes this day Meltzer with the player.

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