20 Burst results for "Delanie"

"delanie" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

06:15 min | 4 months ago

"delanie" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"What was it like. Just a step into a structure and be in in the same match that before horsemen. We're in so many other greats. I mean you guys put on a great show. Thank you kayla been. I appreciate the fact that you're putting on indie shows. I used to go to a lot of those whenever they come to town. Whether it was in morgantown when i was a college or here in indianapolis so i appreciate you making very little money grubbing your ass off getting your ass beat for the entertainment of groups of people in various spots. I appreciate what you did but yeah. There was a real moment after the match. Where in for people. That maybe weren't diehard wrestling fans growing up or anything like that Really understand this. But i was in the locker room and a couple of guys i was in a match with and maybe even refer to you know we kind of looked at each other and we were just just main event at a steel cage match for the wwe and it was like one of those moments that was like this is the fucking dumbest life of all time. It was really. It was one of those moments. Where if you were to tell twelve year old me or thirteen-year-old me. You'd be doing this at some point. It was a really cool thing. So i appreciate your call kayla yet. Conversation did happen in the locker afterwards where it was just like a just fucking main event at a pay per view and it was a steel cage match. That has a lot of history owned by the way. I also probably won't be able to walk so it was good. It was a lot of fun. i appreciate that. Let's go to daniel in arizona. What's going on daniel fat Great show the boys put on conspiracy wednesday my conspiracy. It's no a lifelong cardinals fan. Mary on a social media. He doesn't have anything to do with. Cardinal does profile. I mean even you have in your photos so my conspiracy is then even like football as well as the cardinals question dating. Oh now my photo has the culture part of it because that is actually an inside joke between me and my father was about how i got fined by the colts for the photo that i actually have there. So i want to say that's in tribute of the annapolis. It's almost like the opposite. Yes yes kind of ingest. Yeah satirical profile are not granted. I have a lot of love for the indianapolis colts. Very thankful for everything. Jim irsay did for me. And all that in my time there but that photo that i have up there is not for like say like shots. The colts inside myself. But you're right. Tyler has the oklahoma uniform on his football player in the athletics uniform on a baseball player very very interesting. I didn't even think about that if the cardinals fan. Maybe i would be intrigued by this league. Hey only one of the teams page. you now. Granted we don't know what oklahoma gave you to get you there. S off that conversation but he is arizona cardinals and i don't think he's that active on social media. I might be wrong. So i don't think we should look into it that much but i think what we should look into is. He seems like a players either. Gallery doesn't depending on the day. I don't know how we figure out and get him more. Consistent is it ham is a cliff is the offense is the nfl. What is it you know. I think that's what i'd be worried about more so than his profile photo. That's pretty dope but does any arizona cardinal representation. Well has it always been this way or did he ever the used to have their kernels on there and it changed like. That's what i would think there's something to it. But he never had any cardinals any pictures of that on there. I'm like all right. He is a seems like a pretty unique due to he seems very quiet. Like i know cliff is even talked about how he asked to like. Pull words out of them now. He's very vocal on the field. I think he does a great job of that of commanded a huddle but he seems to be like really kind of like an introvert. Just wants to hang out and not really be out there too much and by the way. You're going to be weird dude if you're one of the only people in the history of anything to be drafted in the top ten in both nfl and the they'll be like there's not a lot of humans have done that out soon. He's going to be an interesting guy. That's just i don't know. I would assume you have to sacrifice some potential coolness to be graded that many things. I would assume. There is a potential drawback in he does. He had that interview with dan. Patrick remember super bowl week before he got drafted It went bad. And everything like that. But i don't know you look at him. He looks like he never even knows what's going on. But then he'll go out and buy not no. It's gonna talk about confused. I'm just talking about the moment like he. He's he seems like he's always just like very calm. Which is a good thing to have very cool thing but then some days he ball some days. He doesn't like all right. We got to get to the point where he's bone. every week. That goes to the question is is it the system. Is it offense that is a cliff because those two are coming up together in the. Nfl is is he not figured out. Nfl defenses in some nfl. Defenses are better for him to go against and maybe he'll continue to grow because he is incredibly talented. I mean he is an incredibly gifted athlete. But will he go. Play baseball at some diamondbacks. Give them a call. I think he athletics literally in his provan is not allowed to switch to us because you got drafted by them. That's like pat got drafted five times. I think because everybody wanted to. They thought he was potentially going to go the nfl and they wanted his his rights whenever he eventually came out. He wasn't tried that for a little bit a little league baseball. I don't know if he enjoyed it or not put he did. That is cuyler. Fallen into like the jared goff scenario where michael lombardi says. You gotta wait to live. Bet the rams just to see showing up. Jared goff is the best live betting quarterback. You can have the first two three series. It looks like office feeling it. He's like happened to be there where he's at. You know things go. Well they're going. It doesn't matter what it is there. If he's a little bit distraught psych up. Probably go the other way Like for instance. Where the patriots able to get jared goff tomorrow night if they can. I think patriots win game. If they can't get to. Jared goff on a consistent basis. I think the rams win by two scores does having your best defensive line game the game before help at all. Do you think that they did well against the chargers but the chargers are also told by their head coach days before that game that they had nothing to play for burning. I mean what are you talking about. The patriots d. line tomorrow. Is that what you're thinking they show up again. Yeah i mean. Maybe i don't think they're going to have as big impact as they did when they blew him out forty five to nelson uphill battle for the patriots to beat the rams. I think so. I like the rams by two scores. That is do five and a half right now. i think i just don't think they can get. I don't think they can get the now patriot now. Two scores is insane because belgium's coaching so. I should go down. I think they'll cover them to scores..

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"delanie" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

02:44 min | 4 months ago

"delanie" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"I love coach k. k. I enjoyed watching them. Never understood i was here was always for steam. The way was never knew how he could actively acts at his age and everything like that but now he's trying to just bury off college basketball recesses. Whenever i thought were going to be okay but we just got our asses kicked numerous times that sucker for basketball bad duke teams cancel. Who got the. it's like. Hey coach. I'm not even a college basketball fan but in other people let's try to take something away from people that they're looking forward to a world where we need things to look forward to pal. I don't know if you've looked around to landscape of earth rate now. There's a lot of looking forward to that needs to happen and now coach guys like that. Well i'm potentially part of the reason that built people to look forward to college basketball but since we're not really going to be in let's fuck got dancing. It's like take it easy bowel. Check back in with coach k. And fifteen games. When they have a better record he'll be singing a different tune. You know get ran odor jim last night. It wasn't even close. Tuten stink ever since he yelled at the cameron. Crazies is just never been the selling arizona's this uncle salad spoon on south going on the boys everybody doing. Hey not too shabby however you bob. I'm doing great I just wanted to thank you all for an awesome couple of weeks of gambling. I appreciate that. Thank you Gumby michael lombardi awesome green pitch slipped. Beat the b is rain. Hot coding pliability lot. Sorry sorry about that guy about. Oh you good. Don't worry about it once you say they're So i had a couple of questions. One just wanted to know what you guys thought about the whole dez bryant situation be in the game and then gray and show that. He's like hugging everybody. Cova uncle sal. Thank you for that. That is something we wanted to talk about today. How dez bryant. I guess he quit by the way awesome. I could see how he'd be very pissed off this probably game. He was looking forward to mightily warm ups. He's told that he has to go. Tests for covid than test comes back positive. They pull him from the game. And then jay glazer's get nest. Forty five questions on the fox pregame show about how. How is you ought to warm up and test positive. In jay's they don't know the testing they're like well here's a photo of him open mouth kissing a former dallas cowboy that he's friends with basically now. Is that fair and jason foul cheer. And say what do you want me to say. It is very interesting. How that all played out because there are a lot of photos of death. Brian dunne round up the boys.

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"delanie" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"delanie" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And saving and you know this is. This is the everyday millionaire. Rachel yes exactly i. The one point six million It says he didn't hear any of that part of it right and it's an amazing thing. I was thinking about nick. The caller before that who's twenty four no debts seventy thousand dollars in funding his 401k. And i thought well you'll be george here in a few decades. That's exactly right. I mean the the math tells you that the compound interest tells you that you're investing fifteen percents of your income. Nick and you get the eight percent top of that. That was the question he had right. And if he does that he'll be george. That's a good point. Yeah you almost had a before and after picture right here with back to back callers. Right and The thing that we that we do find when people are able to do that when they're able to hit that two to three million dollar mark like that You almost have to retrain yourself to make sure maximum maximizing your outrageous generosity because that improves the quality of your life There are there are almost no depressed generous people. There's staff or you. yeah in a year. we're in a year where depression is through the roof. Absolutely all kinds of As dr delanie caused them diseases of despair in this dumpster fire year of twenty twenty. So but Number one i would. I would be very intentional about my generosity in hands on generosity not just writing checks to distant things that you don't see i want you to see some of it and touch some of it and then the second thing is intentionally enjoy it the chances of you going crazy and spending all this money and being broke and not having any food is zero. It's not in your dna anymore for somebody like george. He's there and if you took ten percent off a two million dollars that's two hundred thousand dollars a year and he spent anywhere near that. That's not in that guy's dna but you can do a lot of fun stuff and a lot of outrageous generosity when you when you relax a little bit in those areas. But you know we've had to be so intentional and in some cases so dialed in so focused. It's hard to relax that muscle because it's been tense for forty years. Yes so even been putting money aside and even people in baby steps four hundred six after his own tents to let yourself breathe. Let yourself enjoy life..

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"delanie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"delanie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Toll. I don't know what to expect. Missouri is one of six Midwestern states that are the hardest hit in terms of hospitalizations. And it's 60. Wait before we check business tonight. State police say they're searching for a suspect connected to the shooting of a state police trooper on the Cape, Your state police Colonel Christopher Mason. This outstanding joint effort has led to the investigation of Andre Sterling. As the suspect who shot through for Lenin and the ongoing Papa. Russian cooperation between our agencies will lead to his eventual capture No Cape and Islands today, Michael O'Keefe says. At this point, they're not sure where sterling is. But he has connections in Florida and on the West Coast Trooper John Lennon was released from Mass general yesterday. He is on the mend. Officials say he was shot in the hand during a traffic stop back on Friday night. Apple. It's stopped by his protective vest. With a photo of sterling on our Twitter feed at WBC news radio again that's at WBC news radio are it has promised 60 wait Time for Bloomberg business straight held on to a strong trio of gains. With the Dow making history. The Dow rallied 455 to finish about 30,000 for the first time ever. NASDAQ Up 156. It should be 500 up 58 to a record Thanks to the pandemic. The trend of people migrating from in person to online banking has accelerated and along with more of us banking online, their arm or attempts to hack Researcher. Deloitte says banks are spending 15% more on their cyber security this year than last, and they're spending to hold off. Hackers will likely rise again next year and rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio trusted for 100 years and once again the number one rated radio station in Boston, according to Nielsen Delanie BZ, Boston's news radio..

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"delanie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"delanie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And there have been some really sad and disturbing stories that have come out different says Despite those individual accounts, allegations of neglect of patients is not a widespread issue. In this age of Cove in the church in Beverly, thinking outside the box and outside the state in the hiring of a new virtual minister, Reverend Julie Flowers, one of the senior ministers at the First Baptist Church in Beverly tells me they didn't really know what they were doing when they started virtual services back in the spring, but they know now, In fact, they just hired a virtual minister who does her work from home in California. What began as an uncomfortable necessity has evolved into a new possibility. This is an amazing gift that we can now carry forward this new type of connecting and benefited. We didn't we didn't recognize that we were missing, but now we really can understand it potential and its power for people in their lives. In fact, even when the church doors reopen and covert is under control, they're keeping the virtual minister Because the Internet's not going anywhere, and neither is God. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, five whole weight off the Wall Street, Andrew All day is at Bloomberg. We didn't know for a while, but we know now the markets rose today. Yeah. Positive findings on AstraZeneca's Coben vaccine. The latest unexpected spike a new jobless claim filings did help make cases for Wall Street gains and losses for much of the day, and that's what we saw much of the day but by the finish All up now up. 45 didn't say it's up a lot. NASDAQ, though looking better of 103 S and P 500 up 14 stocking, Tesla accelerated up another 3% to a record as electric vehicle mania builds, fueled by the U. K's prime minister. Calling for a complete phase out of gas powered cars by 2030 and by analyst upgrades following this week's announcement that Tesla's stock will be added to the S and P 500, forcing all mutual funds tied to that index to buy it Shares. Jump also came despite the latest new vehicle reliability rankings from consumer reports, placing Tesla's second to last and wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Trusted for 100 years and once again, the number one rated radio station in Boston, according to Nielsen Delanie BZ, Boston's news radio. I am Rodney.

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"delanie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"delanie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Telling the globe he was an art lover himself. Sherry Small WBZ, Boston's news radio and now the West Haven, Connecticut to workers killed in an explosion well, repairing a steam pipe in a maintenance building at a Veterans affairs hospital that men were in the basement yesterday and had just finished routine maintenance on a leaky pipe. The explosion happened as the pipe was being refilled with steam. One victim was a contractor, and the other was a V A employees and Navy veteran. Three other workers were injured. The investigation is ongoing and explosion on Nantucket Island this week that investigation focusing on a propane league three houses damaged by fire on Thursday at least 15 others damaged by the explosion at 11 Woodberry Lane. One person was injured and now in stable condition at a hospital in Boston damage overall estimated at 15 million. Dollars. It's 10 await time now for some business news. Here's the latest from Bloomberg Business, mostly higher week on Wall Street. The Dow started and ended the week with two of its best gains in months. The S and P stole the show ending today at a new high that now Jones industrial average jumped 400, the S and P. 500 climbed 48, the NASDAQ added 120. GM is recalling about 70,000 Electric Chevy Bolt. It says their batteries may catch fire when charged above 90%. It's the latest in a recent Syriza battery related, evey recalls. Another crack in the glass ceiling Baseball's Miami Marlins have named Kim Ng is general manager. She's the first woman to lead personnel operations for a major U. S. Men's sports team. What's the difference between eating outdoors in a tent and in a restaurant? Not much, say some health experts is tense, become more enclosed to keep out the chill restaurants. He tenses and economic lifeline amid the pandemic. I'm Larry Kaskey Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio trusted for 100 years and once again, the number one rated radio station in Boston, according to Nielsen Delanie BZ. Boston's NewsRadio honest about Our Daily Aural Claritin is a bit of The process. Most of us don't do it right and nobody really likes doing it. It's all leading to problems..

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Is Bob Iger back as Disney CEO? He abruptly resigned from the helm in February

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Is Bob Iger back as Disney CEO? He abruptly resigned from the helm in February

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me is Matt Felony and Matt. We've talked about Disney a lot lately because Disney is one of the most all companies are exposed to this this disaster from this pandemic and the apparent absence or inability of our leadership to the White House to figure out how to address it but Disney is as we've talked about hotels theme Parks Bob. Iger resigned abruptly. It seemed to many people including me as CEO staying on his executive chairman in February And you know this is just the strangest thing because there was just a an article that Ben Smith at the New York Times wrote in which he says that Bob Iger has now having said that he was handing the reins to Bob Capex the head of the theme parks making him. Ceo THAT BOB. Eiger has now basically resumed running Disney are. I don't know about you. I haven't seen any announcement of that or any kind of indication that there's been a change in leadership it seems important to me. It's a huge public company and a very difficult moment and and yet you know in the same column He. This author. Ben Smith says Bob Eiger has took his eye off the ball and was more worried about his legacy. But now he's back sort of like Hallelujah. I sort of feel like what really happened here because this narrative is making no sense to me and there's a lot of why whether Bob really planned that resignation as CEO and then came back. I'm there's nothing in this world that will make me believe that was planned. Yeah it's interesting because Disney clearly not clearly but some might say. Disney was responding to that article when they put out a release a few days. Later saying that Bob Shape back the other Bob Who was elevated to the CEO position in February is joining the board of directors? Which many had said was planned all along but I think the indication there was. You know the new Bob is actually in charge. It's not the old Bob. Even though the whole Bob seems to be you know giving his strong advice and being involved in these major decisions literally saying like I'm back he's like a signaling in an email or something to this journalist that he's back and I'm like what but go on. That's the question you do have someone who has decades of experience at the Walt Disney Company there in that executive chairman position and probably feels a little bit of remorse that he left this job right as the proverbial s hit the fan and a lot of people speculated. That either did know what was coming when he did that. You know at the time. He stepped down. The Shanghai Disney park had already closed due to the virus and many experts. Were saying. Listen this is a couple of weeks away from being a global pandemic. Even if the American government wasn't saying so at the time the experts were and had that information many thought that that timing was abrupt and out of nowhere and then all of a sudden were in the middle of the biggest threat to The Walt Disney Company. In perhaps ever so. I think there's probably a little bit of remorse going on there and I think there's probably a little bit of Bringing the guy with the expertise to actually manage this very very difficult time. How about giving some clarity at? I wonder if the board didn't say excuse me. What did you just do? And how is this Bob? Shaping supposed to run the theme parks because as far as I know still no successor named for that. I mean they're closed but that's not like that doesn't mean there's no duties associated with that you know how. How is this guy now running the whole whole company? I you know I'm old enough to remember. When Michael Eisner having had a very supine board for a very long time finally had gotten enough people upset that the board turned around and ultimately dismissed him. So it's not that the board cannot be awakened in in a situation like this. I just find this to be an incoherent narrative and I've never seen such credulous analysis. I guess people who who who in the observer the media world and had had mickey mouse sheets on their bed when they were growing up or something. Because I don't think any other company would be getting the benefit of the doubt that Disney has gotten. Yeah I guess we'll see as this pandemic causes more injury to the company. How big a role. Eiger will ultimately play. That's delanie former editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one. Thirty on the

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Vikings start cap space clearance by cutting Rhodes, Joseph

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Vikings start cap space clearance by cutting Rhodes, Joseph

"The Vikings have terminated the contracts of nose tackle Linval Joseph and cornerback Xavier Rhodes clearing more than eighteen and a half million off the team's salary cap both players were longtime Vikings the Titans of wave three time Pro Bowl tight end Delanie Walker and kicker Rick suck up injuries ended each of Walker's last two seasons the lions have released tackle Rick Wagner who started forty games over three seasons with the team and the Bengals have cut Cordy Glenn severing ties with the left tackle who missed most of last season because of concussion and suspension I'm Dave very

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"delanie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"delanie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Need a homey like Delanie Walker just to squeeze off a couple of sides it is Eddie Murphy from trading places yeah or put these calls out of my house and I told him well yeah I know but there was one time it is it is very unsettling when this happens in the middle of the day cop just and I looked through the middle of the day releases like three thirty in the afternoon and I'm like what the heck is going on anyway this is like the following Monday or something I don't know this is like an hour I didn't have any clue why this officer was there but as it turned out so a bunch of us had gotten in the back of a buddy's pickup truck and we were taken home from school and we were being high school seniors so we were we were it was harmless but we were like we were screaming at everybody as you drive by like we're high school senior you make a spectacle of yourself and I think we scared a neighborhood kid so badly that they ran home and reported all of this to their family and the way that that was translated to those parents they thought that this kid was being like harassed right neighborhood kids and this happened to be right as they were pulling up to my house I was not the driver I was not even the main producer of all young people yeah big time and so the cops showed up at my house and my mom's like right over my right shoulder as a calm comes a door like mom I don't know why he's here and that explain.

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"delanie" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

14:47 min | 1 year ago

"delanie" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"The spark cashcard from capital one lamar transformation from a run i quarterback to a dynamic passer has been one of the biggest stories in the NFL so far this year and yesterday when he was asked about why hi he was running less the quarterback offered an interesting revelation i run only if i have to you know but my job is to get the ball to the receivers the titans running backs if i have to run do but rather just sit back and passing it i like throwing touchdowns instead of running them all right the change in lamar lamar style is clearly by design with his russia tim's dropping from seventeen per game to just nine while his passing numbers have skyrocketed with more than eleven tim's per game leading to a big jump in passing yards are at the question here is do you'd like lamar's mindset i'm gonna go first of all the marcellus all right i'm indifferent about his mindset and what i find interesting is i think he's looked over cam newton whose career has stalled at age thirty and said i'm not going to be that guy i'm not gonna be RG three cam newton i'm gonna play this game from the pocket interesting i don't take it that way i think this is the guy who's registered and realize that i get more respect we're not throw touchdowns in if i run touchdowns that's one so it's going to land differently for you guys and for me physically we all know what it's about we all appear played the game football talents all of our viewers especially those who have never played the game of football to understand what it feels like when that ball's in your hand i'm a former running backlog it all the way the collegiate level play runabout never in a pros that i ever get a kerry but i did have two interceptions and five fumble recovery so i had seven seven carries in the NFL tell you what happened every single damn time felt like the world ted turner domi that you got emergency relief needed fema emma like what everyone you are crime and every time i touch that ball in the NFL so i'm looking at it like you remember that childhood gave up when you play the neighborhood and everybody coming for your office he has his second year quickly i long for this y'all and get more love if i throw this ball so the path at least least resistance is just throw a and i respect them for saying look i think the best thing to baltimore ravens did is they put RG three in every room RG three is able to tell him from the dog and i ran around and he was great you don't even do this you don't need to live this life he is he's been able to take that but i really think what it really shows the march has a quarterback mentality like some of that we didn't know in the draft we talked about it but he's has a quarterback mentality l. he talked about thornton ball getting the ball to the playmakers letting them do work i'll be honest i thought he was an athlete who was obsessed with being able to put the ball into paying he ran for fifty new york twice at louisville i didn't think that he would be able to make the transition where he would turn down his running to then throw it because a lot of times we've seen this in badly for after quarterbacks guides they tried to make themselves in the pocket passers and it never works i'll give them more jackson credit for the improvement that he's made i'm just curious to see how the the baltimore ravens continue to build their office around and evolving player i'm okay what his mindset in terms of he has a win a winning a winners mindset the problem problem i have with the statement is i feel like and for whatever's worth i'm gonna just keep it real i just feel like black quarterbacks are always crowbar bard into having to justify this this situation this i cannot stand the fact that we're not hearing all the quarterbacks back around the league well tom brady how do you feel about running versus throwing the ball right but the reality of it is is that going to ask me about any genes yeah ed they will they will wonder what does jason whitlock look like and skinny jeans they will ask the question if there's relevance to it and the only reason why people make this relevant topic is because we generally make black quarterbacks athletes it's one of the most it has historically been in the lease but i'll go back to this but i've never really understood is why is there any shame in being athletic and it is now you see what he did to okeafor out there on the field the way that man he'd he stopped let the man get going start it back up the man fell like put like a like a like all you could go video game on him right there shouldn't be any same in it shouldn't be anything connected to him being an elite athlete that's able to throw a ball club you don't have to come out and say i hate running no you don't no one as right that's the response he gave but why can't it just be seen as like this through too smart in terms like how do i maximize everything salaam here in the NFL i be here a long time i'd like to play like brady till i'm as forty why can't he just be smart enough to hear the gas you never hear about about old running quarterback so again he's just embracing the mentality to me that will lead to a long career and he can maximize as much much you can do that without having to say i hate running like we we love running honest 'cause he's probably not being honest with you know what's been on on his two weeks ago we had the same conversation about the evolution of the mindset of the black quarterback we were talking about this how they got crowbar it into a done of mcnabb even does shawn watson of late i am a pocket passer they got are you highlight net when you have both attributes they make you a prisoner of your own success in terms of what you had all these like that i don't like that either but let's be real about this he's smart too like they are they are soul oh snatching when you got the ball in your hand and he knows that and he's still on facebook even though in his tone down offense to have nine hundred seventeen nineteen rushing yards fourth in NFL history running for half to so even though is gonna come at a measure that he didn't think about last year he's still going to get his jars you talked about black quarterbacks feel like they're being crow board into this mentality i think the biggest issue stems from the fact that every tv announcer that is a color analyst is a former pocket pass so what are we here where we turn onto games and you gotta win from the pocket and you've got to win the championship quarterbacks win from the pocket right we you never have a former quarterback was athletic into booth to be like look the more jackson can win he has to understand like at at one point wasn't he is shapes but you're also shapes public perception so the first thing reporters in everyone they come to this point yeah you athletic but can and you win from the pocket just listen to what we hear you gotta win for yes you do but i need a playmaker lamar jackson is a playmate yeah it's the same thing that happened in the sport i remember getting to buffalo and people wanted to use the fact that i graduated from ivy league school most against me you might be asked mario if you really you want this you might not really want to dumb it down there you might want to challenge the coaches staff right then they voted me as a player right before raise my hand because oh you went to that school so it always comes like that but let's take a more hopefully this analogy works dion sanders he was a cover corner and people hitting you don't tackle and this is so i cover i'm gonna cover half the earth and that's good enough right and so i just think that the criticism awesome or the questioning of can you play from the pocket i think is appropriate based off of who has during the history of the league one super bulls who's made the most money who's been to the most pro bowls who's had long career i don't wanna in any way dissuade lamar jackson or any other black quarterback in the NFL from doing what has worked why not follow the models that have worked and produced the most well i'm not not knocking this kid 'cause i'm listening to lamar talk this year versus last year i'm like wow this kid is really growing rapidly he he is growing rapidly but i think the reason why you have to respond is because for so long those questions were the dog whistles when it came to black quarterbacks planned a position liz because for so long owners blacks were not allowed to play quarterback or positions it's in tragedy because they were the intelligent communicative positions and so now lamar jackson is in the quarterback position which is facing a franchise and he always has to fight or overcome the struggle of a athletic remember this this is a guy that was picked to be a wide receiver despite being a heisman trophy wanted despite stuff one peg lingers is public perception all this stuff and so he feels like he always has to skirt around pick who beat out a super bowl winner and started as a rookie and won want a bunch of games i'm not throwing no pity parties for lamar he's on a great path and track and the fact that he's athletic to me is a blessing john elway i was incredibly athletic at the quarterback position and used his athleticism appropriately and had a long career that's a great path for for the margetts with locking wally markson buckey brookshire back time now for dardanelles question of the day darnold taking away surly mood at titan walker interesting things to say about how NFL coach is change says when he first came to the league list honestly came in the league in two thousand and six long time ago atmosphere with a lot different you know we were wanting to guys around here calling guys out tain mean without the coaches today's football so i can't take guys unlikely call wonder fight audience traded spanish is pretty much more we're going today with this game changes everything is just different do you think walker has a point or is this get off my line type of stuff well so some get off my lawn type guy you know how i feel about this he took them to church so yeah i think this has a lot of relevance i think i think there's a lot of truth here i think it it worries me about football is the ultimate team sport that now is getting that brand i me first first mentality inside virtually every locker room and it's becoming pervasive yeah i love what he said and i think what he said was matter of fact it wasn't a shot directly he's just saying look i i'm from what air and now still playing fourteen years later and it's a different climate he talked about how players now will fight right or want to be traded fight or flight nuance has been lost in our conversations in our exercise in a lot of today's society and if you look get it why is that you know what it's interesting that the social media aspect has really connected the back of the classrooms in the entire school and what does that mean the back of the classrooms where maybe the guys are not seeing in full perspective now have a collective thought and they all think that either i'm going to fight this situation from within or now because i have options why do options because i know what you're going through and we have all shared the same thoughts but not necessarily shared the same experiences or perspectives so delaney's correct because i actually left the league in oh seven saying the same things when i came in and ninety seven golly was different than it is in oh seven when i left so it's just a matter of fact statement there are indicators why i the situation has changed the dynamics of change but i didn't think anything was wrong would say no i think what he said is true but i'm gonna give the the young people that are playing in this league a bit of a pass because everything we talk about in the locker room centers around commitment accountability and trust and so a lot of times when we look at the way the high school landscape isn't even beyond we're not holding people to those standards we're not asking him to be committed we see guys transfer every year in different high schools we don't see parents it's in their coaches hold them accountable we have star players who get in trouble where they find their way back onto the feel and so they don't know what it's like to be coached hoard or to be given tough love and to deal with those things and so when coaches began to what we call coach they think is hating they think is criticizing and they take your personal you know as opposed to this guy really wants me to be a better player if i listen to the message i can be who he thinks that can be as a player and it wasn't it when you when you were coming up wasn't it if i quit yelling about quit screaming then you should be concerned i'm trying to make you a better player and i traveled around every week calling games and i i talked coaches and gm's all times it's it's these kids it's different and they think this is hard they don't know what it used to be like right right but that's their reality because that's what they've grown up in i was talking to larry fitzgerald week one he said you know what i've got i've come to do as far as communicate with young kids coming in because this is what you're sixteen for larry he goes i text them he's i don't even go talk to them say man on this particular route he goes i texted because i get better responses so as as an organization you have to you have to basically come off what you used to know and get onto the level their level where they live and that's how the communication has you may not like it i certainly don't like it but that's the reality of where they live right now and what he says is a hundred percent trump i'm going to go a level deeper and feel free to disagree with me but look i think so many guys in football or an athletics now because the way all of american cultures going against family and single parenthood i just think a lot of guys a lot of guys and i go it was his dad involved in his life.

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"delanie" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"delanie" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"Fifty to one come back here interesting. I step but i still i like terrence picked up because it'll be interesting like kill had almost record a record receiving yards per titan ever and that was with mullins a third quarterbacking interesting to see how gels with him. I have a delanie walker. Fifty to one is interesting too. That's not bad what if it gets back to form touch about. I don't know if you well actually gave it a gronk one year harry how many <hes> back to ally how many games does jones start this year. If everything goes well zero really yeah well everything goes well. It'll be zero because he is going to be. <hes> looks okay right now in the preseason. The giants look good. It's early and understand yes. They're my thing was gonna tell me. Eli looks good. Jones's look has looked better tackler and again it goes back to the the barclay factor <hes> you're gonna waste prime years years of barklay with eli at the helm when you can get this thing going right now with jones and barclay right now you can get it going. I look i think he deserves deserves a start to start the season at i think he deserves to finish there at the last home game of the year. I think he deserves that start. People can give them a proper percent off but otherwise. Let's let's have jones who start rolling in actually darren. That's actually fair what you're saying and it's still it's actually it's actually fair about it. All all those the people who said that giants are wasting taking barclay and try to take darnold forget about all those theories and people said that trash we'll see. I guess we'll still say jones owns over under seven and a half starts harry so you go away on their allies year start to finish. Eli still hangs in there. I think all right here we go <music>. You're super bowl. Matchup giants are going to make the super bowl but you have a pretty a pretty sizable odds it. It's pretty good. It's outlook. I know you like the falcons little bit this year i think he played them the other day and sometimes just got a go with key teams that you're on this year. It's the falcons for me. I'm gonna go with the falcons. L. cnn's versus the chiefs at ninety five to one to be the super bowl matchup. I mean in two thousand sixteen like i said the falcons put up five hundred appeared in forty point. They can get back to that. Freeman is healthy in the backfield. That's gonna be a big part for them to get the offensive rolen the chiefs. I mentioned a lot about the falcons so i'm going to go to the chiefs here. Where chiefs have so many weapons on oftentimes as a witness. They have a rookie mccoll hartman. Who's gonna be running like four one four twos. The offensive skills on everyone damian williams running the ball for them every time he touched..

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"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

"I remember reached out to this one young woman and I saw her stuff and I was like, yeah, I really have to have you on the show and she's like, you know, just be honest with you. I'm not there yet. I'm not ready yet. I'm not ready to to come and talk about it. I was like, but, but that's why I want to talk to you. I wanna talk to you at this point where you're at now, because maybe no one else has done that. So. Oh, yeah. I guess I guess it's about being comfortable. You know, you have to be comfortable top. It's hard to talk about yourself. It's hard to talk about yourself and talk about what you've done. You know, people have a problem with it. Where do you see yourself in the next five years kind of work? Do you want to? We want to be doing at that about all the brands that have helped to build. And I really, really wanna be in a position where I put in the work to present my own brand, be consumer product, bid other content. But I wanna be being a position where I put in the work to position in my own my own name in my own product in the marketplace in that so hard to do when you pour so much work in dedication into other projects. So for me, that is a goal and you know, it's it's about planning, it's about dedicating time to get there and I know that. But you know, I'm always chase. In the next shiny new thing too. And so, like I said, a few minutes ago, that creative process for me feed something, and I just have to to take some time to make sure that it feeds my own personal brand goals or just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you about your work on line? We'll I can be found on Twitter delanie west at at Twitter, but I'm also on Instagram, and I just, you know, I believe I just do a lot more personal sharing on Instagram, stealing west Instagram, and those are those are the two best places. I, I also have a website which is for my brand, be super creative dot com and also delanie west dot com. But I think I had the most fun do the most sharing on Instagram. Okay. All right. Sounds good. Will delanie west. I want to thank you again so much for coming on the show. I really feel like, you know, you've. You talked a lot about how designers we kind of help. Not only you know, sort of get a foothold in the century, but how they can work to build themselves up wherever it is that that they might be at. I, I know that the field that you're working in is is very fast paced, doing design management. You're overseeing teams and all of this, all of these sorts of things. And so it's just good to kind of be able to talk to someone that has seen the experience from the ground up who has started. How's that Drake song started from the bottom. Now we're here now you're here, you know. So it's good to be able to talk to someone that has that perspective and can offer that to our audience. So thank you so much. I appreciate it yet. Thank you for the opportunity to come and share your doing some some tremendous work in. I can't tell you, you make it easy for me to share and talk about myself and hopefully you will be able to find more creatives who are willing and comfortable to share their stories because we need to hear about each other. We need to hear more about each other. And

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"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

"She's a designer in a New York City actually calls herself a chronic creator s you really gets off on just continually making new projects. One project launches, he's right onto the next one to the next one to the next one. I mean, brilliant work. She's won a webby award. I don't know how more people don't know about her, and her name is is Kim goal born? She is fantastic. I mean, once you might be working. On a fashion line. And now she might be working on an app for people to find barbershops where she might be working on this, like she's always doing something and I even for myself when I think about that joy of always making something, my mom would always tell me, you know, even if you have a good job, you always need to kind of have something on the side or anything like you need to have something that kind of Stokes, the fire, the whatever your nine to five is you've gotta have a five to nine, I suppose. So, yeah, I'm pretty sure there's probably some kind of study that says, you know, you get some kind of endorphin rush or from doing that, but I'm gonna tell you why a lot of people. You wonder why it's so hard to find other designers, why a lot of people don't know about the work that we do is because you know, we spend all of our time creating something, which is the star, you know, the things that we create. That's the thing that's the thing that gets the attention in. We're completely satisfied with it because those are our baby. Those are creations we are always working in the background, right? And when we're done with the first thing, we're onto the next and so we don't step back and give ourselves a chance to talk about ourselves. Sometimes we can't do it. Sometimes, you know, projects so confidential. We really can't talk about it but through what you're doing with revision path, I have to thank you it. You're doing some really good work because I can't tell you how many times I've been in situations where I've been kind of asked not to talk about myself. I've been kind of asked not to talk about what I do and what my contributions are to the organization, you know, and I had my suspicions as to why. But if we don't talk about our own contributions in our own Bill abilities, how do we teach another generation of creatives black kids growing up that they can do this? So I thank you for the opportunity to share, but you know, they're just not enough platforms for us in. We're not the story and get highlight in a, you know, a lot of the times. No, that's very true. And thank you for say that because I really, you know, when I started revision path, that's what I wanted to have was kind of this. I want to say this alternate history. That's probably not the best way to put it, but I knew that friends of mine were doing great work. I knew I was doing great work, but yet what I saw what was being reflected in the design media, there were hardly ever any any black people that alone people of color in general. But certainly there were very few black designers. You didn't really know what they were doing. Absolutely. And with provisions after able to have them tell their story in their own words, like what I did the fifth year anniversary episode, I kind of told people like, you know, my goal is really to kinda just hold the mic and let you all talk about what it is that you do because for Georgia, the folks on the show, it's their first time. Anyone has really talked to them about it. Jay done the work. They've done the work. They've moved onto the next thing when no one has actually said, hey. Hey, talk about this project. What was your thought behind it? Why did you do this? Why did you do x. y. z. so it's been. It's been interesting and I and I have to tell you, you know, people are probably surprised. People tend to be surprised when I tell them how many times I get turned down by people when it comes to me asking folks to come on the show because many people aren't, maybe they're just not there yet..

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"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

"To a fair amount of design of incidentally, and you would think, you know, it's Atlanta. You'll see a fair amount of black people at these events. Not so much. Sometimes sometimes, you know, in this case it was interesting that I saw a father and a son because it was a fairly small event that was maybe about ten people there. And you know, the, the guy he was in he was actually as an intern at the museum where the where the talk was at, and he was mentioning all this stuff and then he was talking about, yeah, and this is my dad and his dad pipes up and it's like, yeah, and I was a graphic designer, I'm like, oh, and the weird like rarity of me seeing that. I was like, this is a father and son graphic designer and the like, I never see that. I never see that it was. It was while I got to talk about, but it was really sort of like, wow, out of exposing the father was like, exposing the sun does telling him this, what he wants to do, and I'm here to support him. Of course. So you know, whatever you, whatever advice you can give feel free. So, no, that was. That's fantastic. When you look at everything that you're doing right now, what are you most excited about at the moment? Oh goodness. At the end of the day, like I was thinking about that question the other day. I was thinking about, why do I like doing what I'm doing? It's like being excited about the process of creating something. It's almost like a competition when you're creating a product, it's creating something that somebody's gonna like, you know, because I'm designing product because why somebody's gotta go to the store, forgot they need it or they want it. Their credit card pay for taking home is gonna make them happy or serve a purpose or make their lives better. That's kind of cheesy, but when I think about it is if I do everything right, I'm gonna make their experience better on wanna, make their life better on a solid problem for them. If I do a really good job gonna make a lot of money in process of doing it. So it's it's each project for me is an opportunity to be successful. You know, each project for me or each thing that I work on, if it's a design design challenge or a product or project, it's being able to do your best work to solve the crater problem and to create a solution, but excel it doing it. It's like the cycle of competition. And maybe you know, maybe there is some addiction to that because I also was a runner. And you know he talk about that twenty days of habit much. You get into that twenty. As of habit you're addicted because you're dictate to the endorphins, you're addicted to the high of completing it. I'm willing to bet you any money that there is some type of high that you get. When you create a critic when you complete a creative process in then when you find out that your what you created is actually doing well, I'm almost willing to bet that's what it is. I have no other explanation. Other than that, I just enjoy the process, the others. There's someone who I had on the show. Goodness. Several episodes ago..

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"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

"Was it as good as potentially what they do at FIT? No, but I think for me in that, you know, I needed that cultural connection at that point in my life, and I got a really good foundation in understanding technology. I think that was the year of the first two years that schools had Macintoshes in university. And that for me was key and I have to attribute my experience at Hampton. I'm sure it happened everywhere else. But my first interaction with a MacIntosh was at Hampton university and I participated in the student purchase program bought one of the design units. Got software, and that was a game changer because without that training, you know, I wasn't as comfortable as perhaps out. I would been a without it, you know, I was able to go right into a work environment and be productive. I do a lot of work with design schools in recruiting interns in talent. And I will say the schools are amazing, and I just wonder how different my career would have been had. I had gone to a design store had I gone IT. I don't know that I would be where I am today. I don't know that I would be so adventurous in wanting to learn do different things. I think I probably would have been probably would have had more narrow of a focus had I chosen to go to FIT, but who knows. Let's talk about that recruiting part. You say that you are talking to a lot of schools. Are these just design and art schools, or are you talking to students at Hughes as well? When it comes to building.

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"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

"Given that you have worked in executive slash c. suite level positions, how do you combat the challenge of networking across your peer group of black designs. Allen. Okay, good one. And I will say forums such as this. One when I do when this content is available, I will follow the hashtags, and I will try to connect with anyone who was connected to this project. Social media has made it that much easier to connect. So I follow a lot of hashtag that followed a lot of organizations that emphasize the importance of lauding black creatives. Another trick that I have is when I go to a trade show in. So this is finding professionals finding your peers in your specific industry. When I go to a trade show, I really troll the hash tags in the locators four booth in events. And so usually you go to a trade show. There is always some type of networking event. There's always some type of forum. So I'm always going to forums in, you know, even at the hotels affiliated with the event hanging out Malabo's. When I see one of us, I gravitate towards us in, I introduced myself and I always make the connection. So really just being attentive to any? No, the hashtag strategy works because you can't travel to every event. So you can't travel to every trade show, but you can follow the hashtags, and you can kinda follow people's feeds. And sometimes you can find some really cool black designers that way, but but really taking advantage of forums in the networking opportunities at trade shows, Lincoln has been amazing going to groups like a black enterprise. There are a lot of subgroups, they're allow specific name groups that you can join when just really connect with the most active people in those forums. You know, some of them are kind of sleepy, but some of them are active. I'ma Joyner, you know, I do a lot of joining interacting with a lot of groups on Facebook that specific to black design, but that's how I've been able to do it. Thank goodness for soc. Sial media because before that it was really difficult. You know, we just had a piece that was up on the website about as an oral history of the organization of black designers. I don't know if you're if you're familiar with that. That was one of the first one. Absolutely. All right. I was introduced to them while I was still enhancing. Yeah, that was one of the first groups that I knew. Yeah, and I know that they were kind of around and I mean, there's still around now, but certainly pre social media. They were really the vanguard in terms of putting together a events where a black designers could create. I'm sorry, not create where they could connect. Sorry about that we're black. Designers could connect, and I think you know, like you said, these ways of connecting now through social media are really super important. We actually had a piece up on the site. I want to say this was maybe a few years ago about whether black designers and developers were actually connecting at conferences. It's something that I know that I've heard about from peers of mine something I've even experienced sometimes you'll go to a design event and you see the other black person there. And you're like, subconsciously, maybe trying to connect with them and maybe it works maybe doesn't. So yeah, I like that hashtag strategy. That's actually a pretty good idea because like you say, you can't go to every event, but you can't follow on Twitter or Facebook or wherever. Absolutely. Now speaking about your time in happened, we've had several people on the show. This is HP Huma that we're airing this episode. We've had several people on the show that have come from Hampton. What was that experience like for you? You know, I think my age spec- you experience was exactly what I need it for that point in life. You know, I actually had an up an option. I had a choice. It was FIT in New York City or Hampton, and I and I like my mother decided at the last minute to attend a spec- you. She attended Benedict in South Carolina, and I chose to attend Hampton, you know, I think I would have been. Probably a lot further on you. Let me take that back. I think I would have been a lot more focused on one specific discipline. Had I gone fashion institute of technology. I think going to Hampton, you know an analogy, say they had a really good art program..

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"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

"I'm also thinking about how to leverage the capabilities of that equipment at the time. I think it was four color process printing. There was a machine net could print four color process printing. So we worked with the printer to kind of Jerry rig it to print eight colors. You know, nobody had done this before. No one was doing it in the industry. So as I'm develop. Ping product. I'm thinking about leveraging that eight color process printing in it really made a difference in the end product because no one was doing it. So from that point, on having knowledge about the engineering in the production process, it just added so much value to my thought process as a designer because I'm also thinking about how it looks in how great it looks, but I'm also thinking about how it works in how it cost on. So it's it's kind of in a lot of places that you go for companies wanna create consumer product. Companies have someone that focuses on sourcing someone that focuses on managing the product in some that focuses on design in as you can imagine, you know a product team, you have to have lots of different touch points in in meetings to understand a project into move it forward while when you you have the ability to wear all three of those hats. It's you can move a lot faster. And so that's just how I been working for the last twenty years. It's a little weird. It's a little weird combination of skill sets, but I'm, I'm so fortunate to have had basically bosses who allowed me to learn this stuff ordering is also important to note that you really, you know you, you said you started out at this place. That's really what able to grow your career. For the most part, you started off as this sort of junior illustrator, and then work your way all the way up to doing to being the vice president and general manager. Yeah. What was rewarding was coming into a business for one brand in. So I joined for one small brand and when I left, I believe they hit acquired two other companies, several other teams in in other states. And so I'm managing not only the creative team that I had grown up in help to build, but managing creative teams that the company had acquired. So that was just a nice process because I got to really be a part of a lot of different groups of creatives in really trying to help them facilitate their process under new ownership in taking the best bits of what they did well in taking the best bits of what this group did well, and just learning a lot from people who had been doing this, this work longer than me. The other thing that's helped me is just really been open to learning in really being open in okay with having to do more than one thing. So I know a lot of times when you're with a growing company or startup. Now it's a startup, but when I started it was just a small growing company. We did everything we did the catalogs. We did the photo shoots. We did the color correcting. We did everything we did a little bit of marketing. And so anytime we had to do something else, you had the people that would complain. Hey, I only want to draw a win a design, and then you have the people like me who's who at ethanol -tunities to put another skill on my toolbox. And so you know, when my boss has asked me, hey, you know, what do you wanna learn? Next? I said, hey, I'd like to learn a lot more about sourcing. You know, I got that opportunity to spend more time with vendors in learn about the production process. So you know. I've always taken up retune ity to pick up the slack, you know, in a growing business where they needed someone to just get it done, learned how to do it, added it to my skill set..

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"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"delanie" Discussed on Revision Path

"Find your people and tell the world your story, sign, a poor, free account today, give it a try mail, Tim, send better Email. Now for this week's interview. So September is Huma here on revision path. And this week's guest is the multi creative delanie west. Let's start the show. All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. I am Doni west and I like to go also by my hashtag, be super creative. I help people in organizations established creative visions for ideas, projects, products in brands, essentially helping people figure out how to market. And so a lot of times organizations or individuals, they have an idea, a concept, and they're not quite sure how to get that nugget of an idea which is in their head or on a napkin into an actual product. They don't understand how to develop it created. They don't understand how to import it, or we need think about project level work. How do you get something started? How do you manage that process would have the types of people that you need to contribute to. A project for to be successful. How do you budget for a project? So it could be a visual art space project or be an actual consumer product, something like a pin or pair of scissors. Okay. Walk me through a typical day, like are the kind of things that you're doing now? I'm working for a client in Arkansas. So presently, I'm helping a team really better define their process. And so I'm working with a group of people who are incredibly talented, but they are pivoting to a type of product that they don't have a lot of experience with when. So really my day is working with a graphic artist or an illustrator on working with the art director or the photographer. Who's on site answering questions about some of the products that were developing from our overseas partners in Asia or other parts of the world advising some of the senior executives on process in in some of the things that I think we. Can do, and it really is, you know, when I think about what role I wear, I do feel like I am a motivator in a cheerleader for some of the things that are happening because folks that need leadership in guidance, they're unsure of a lot of things. They're unsure of what direction to go. And a lot of times folks are heading the right direction. They just need the encouragement or they just need to know how to be more efficient. And so I find that I'm doing a lot of leading and a lot of coaching some leading in some coaching really work working with teens cross functional teams and trying to figure out how to get everybody rowing in the same direction. Talk to me about the early moments of your career. I'm really interested to find out how you got to this place where you're at. Now, of course we'll go into kind of some of the highlights of your career as well. I'll goodness though. Found my first roll out. Of college, the New York Times actual print ad that was longtime, go. And I answered it and it was for company in New Jersey that was looking for a junior illustrator, and I got my design degree at Hampton university in Hampton, Virginia, and I had done a year on a year work at auto trader or they were a print publication that sold or that had basically one ads or for sale ads for vehicles boats, motorcycles, and motorcycles. That was the most creative thing I had done with my degree. I moved back to New Jersey and I took this job in really, I was creating illustration, it 'lustration for stickers, so stickers for kids in the changing point from me during my time at that company. And I think had been there for six months and I was the fourth illustrator on staff. So I was fourth person that they brought in. The owners asked me, they basically told me, we want you to to know the process. We want you to know how we manufacture the product. And so it was an early days of companies really developing products in having the manufactured overseas. And at this point was in Thailand. So they put me on a plane in fool may to Taiwan. I spent about two weeks talking to factories in going into their factory floors in learning about their equipment in machinery in from that that point on all the projects that I design..

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"delanie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"delanie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Chasing FedEx Cup points at. Their last shot, to make, the playoffs The Wyndham championship this weekend on CBS I am efforting delanie Walker radio term Right. So we're efforting ham for you momentarily and that moment, is now I found him he is a tight. End for the Tennessee titans he was named to three straight pro bowls he leads all NFL tied ends with three hundred fifty six perceptions and ranks third in the NFL with, four thousand one hundred and fifty six yards over the past five seasons a two-time titans community man of the year, recipient? Sixty four receptions over eight hundred yards. And three touchdowns last season Way back in two thousand six he. Was the one hundred and seventy fifth pick overall out of central Missouri state Tennessee is gonna open, up against Miami on September ninth we are joined by Delaney Walker Delaney great to have you back how are you You're? Gonna have to sell all of that domain he put his face man thank you got a? Great resume listen the teams coming off. A, playoff run and then he made some moves in the season I'm curious what's the vibe been. Like in training camp does it, feel, like there's a little extra. Buzz and excitement Most definitely you said it's extra buzz. And excitement what the fans come into the. Practices with the players the coaches on the way practices going everybody we just trying to feed off what we did last year and you can see that the, guys are are about in a lot of energy. Listen you and I've talked, in the. Past Gwen shoot me. Straight, you've been at this a while right, now do you still enjoy training camp or is. It just. Something you've got to get through in order? To get to the stuff that really matters the regular season Honestly I you know I don't really enjoy trying to camp but you know as athletes we need it I think that it. Gets you prepared for the season especially guys that really, don't do too much on off-season it kind. Of gets them prepared getting back in shape so I don't really enjoy but we it's something that I think we needed athletes so you celebrate. Your, birthday on Sunday I know you're a vet I know the. Guys in the locker room are always looking. To pick on the guy who's got a few years under his belt how did it go for you and were there are a lot of old man jokes Yeah I got a lot of. Jokes a lot of guys kept saying whether you like forty, two getting all the. Ages I wasn't asking me how am I still in the? League basically when I came in, lead they, were Little kids they were in. Elementary so I was on original, all man I've been getting a lot but, you know that just shows that. The guy's respect me in that they they understand how hard I worked it'd. Be here and still be, able to play as fast as I am I mean to that point you can. Still blow past a bunch of these guys off the line? Of scrimmage was there any part, of you that want to remind them I. Might be older than. You but I can still dominate you I'll, let them know that every day When they, step up I'd say. Look I'm older but I'll feel factor. I, tell you, fancy doing a team obviously I'm not but I joined with them every time just to let them know that you gotta show up because, I'm always gonna, show out. Delaney Walker joining us info Tennessee titans. He is named three straight pro bowls so the team of course decides to make a move at, head coach and they. Bring in Mike I'm curious about that what's it been? Like to work with him so far Man Day, man I love working with this. Guy he's he's one of them guys that you can tell play the game for very long. Time he understands, athletes. Bodies he take care of. Us but at the same, time he's, honest he's. Brutal he lets you, know straight. Up he really don't. Care I think he thinking can beat us. Up 'cause he's so. Honest and I like that, about oh, man because that just shows that the coach cares and he wanted to. Win that's all he talked about is winning winning winning and he came from where he played under a winning. System so he brings that to us and, man I'm just excited to see what happens this. Season that's extremely high praise that you have for. Him and he also said this about. You let me read you this. Quote when you go back and you look at the history of where he came, from he's a developed. Player this is a guy that was not some first round draft, pick and it's been a starter since day one he's. Working he's gotten better every year and he continues to do. That he. Works he takes care of his. Body he loves football and, quote in fact Laney how much pride you take in the journey that you had to get to and take yourself to get to where you are right, now somebody who's gone to three straight pro, bowls I. Take a lot of pride, and that's, why you know I try to show up every year in shape and. And work on my craft because I know at the end of the day without bent through my journey to. Get to the situation would I have to, do to become a start in this league and. I'm very prideful but I am my worst critic. So I always tell people had a. Bad year last year but everyone. Always say you had eight hundred yards receiving to me that ain't good enough so, I come every year. To be better than what I was last year and a beat, thirty four I'm still at the top of my game. So I take a lot of pride in there seems to. Be a. Big part of that too is. The way you approach this, thing you get after it from a training standpoint in the off season you're extremely careful about your diet in fact what kind of foods do you eat, and then what are you try to avoid Really the? I ate a lot of chicken and fish Lot of grain. Really vegetables, I try to stay away from red meat that's the that's the biggest. Thing that's on my diet, is staying away from me I do not drink alcohol. So I try to stay away from that as, well and basically just eighty eight as much as possible. But not as not as much as I can't, lie so. I probably two to three times a day big meals and so I don't put a lot of stress on my body would only myself up and then just. Working out, the big. Key really be honest with you Delaney Walker joining us the word also keeps coming up when describing your role in the offense from your. Teammates in the opposition that you are eight, go-to guy everybody knows you're, going to get the ball so they focus. On you and yet you can still make the play how much of that is about pure ability and how much of that is about the. Result of, the hours and hours of practice and execution I'll say it's. Fifty fifty you know the ability to be. Able to. Be able to run routes and know how to get open and then. Just understanding the philosophy of, defense in our offense knowing the coverages noy watching film. Study in a guys stand studying a linebacker when, he's if he's playing outside the a three or a. Nine tag knowing that he might Jammie knowing that, he got. Help over the top I would say it's fifty fifty it's just ability and then just being an expert in the gang studying knowing who you go your opponents. Because most, guys they. Don't understand that that it takes that to you can always have the ability but you gotta know to look Delaney Walker joining us I. Saw you talked cars in the past in, fact me ask you this, you have with sounds like a really scary, incident last month back in July twenty fourth your Lamborghini was hit by an eighteen Wheeler what happened what was that experience like it sounds terrifying Yeah. Well terrify man you know I. Was sitting at. A light out here in Nashville on third avenue and a eighteen Wheeler was turning on third avenue which, they're now even posted be turning onto this street. Is is a very narrow street, eighteen different different I barely missed my car then the. Tractor basically went over me hitting the driver's, side door luckily I reversed out. Of there and a car seen it in kind kinda stopped the truck and I. Was. Able to get out but it was it. Was kinda? Scary just to be put? In that situation It, wasn't as serious as they seem and I'm thankful to be good good at sounded really, scary now before. This started.

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Sonya Sotomayor, Nebraska and Kate Shaw discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Sonya Sotomayor, Nebraska and Kate Shaw discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"In the wbz newsroom the boston globe no longer suing former employees hillary sorry to accuse the newspapers top editor of sexual harassment they asterix summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong own in singapore begins in just a few hours and rhode island is now taxing big trucks the state says most of the damage to its crumbling infrastructure caused by the big rigs and needs the toll money to repair the roads and we are off to a pretty decent start on wall street less than an hour to go in the trading day and all three major indexes are headed higher new hampshire fifth grader is fighting back against bullies without raising her fists delanie marcotte of plastow went before the school board and told members what she's facing has been threatened get shot ak47 and buried in my backyard and many other things i ask you what are you going to do to protect me and my classmates against bullying delaney says her parents contacted the board bought the bullying continues to this day the district superintendent says her concerns now have the district's undivided attention a wedding reception turns into a barroom brawl and salem new hampshire a fight breaks out someone had been choked police arrested colby dion of north andover after he was confronted by several guests at the wedding dion was picked up in the woods after a short search is charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest it's okay for states to clean house when it comes to purging the names of inactive voters from st voter rolls us supreme court justices synod five four ruling today that the state of ohio practice is legal abc supreme court con contributor kate shaw walks us through the ruling five four decision the conservative justices siding with a high finding that its practices were or lawful and the four liberal justices descending essentially argument ohio is violating federal law and in particular justice sotomayor arguing that this practice will have serious adverse effects on low income and minority voters who the federal government has tried to protect in making it hard for states to drop people from voter rolls dissenting justice sonya sotomayor says the practice will have serious adverse effects on how low income and minority voters a federal appeals courts could be about to put a nebraska county close to.

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