17 Burst results for "Dream Manager"

"dream manager" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"dream manager" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

"Those values out there As a way of being upfront and honest with the people who are applying for out so you already know what it is. You're getting into it and that and they're trying to do exactly what color saying they're trying to say he's right values. Kenya live by them. Can you be a part of our organization if you're to it. Imported not a question for all of us. You see how this a good one here is horse as much outside of the workplace as inside the workplace especially the limit turnaround in staff a healthy business culture thriving half happy employees so previously geo- I was limited. Because i worked within another company and i had to work within their culture. I always had questions on this. But i was also very young leader so And didn't have as much experience as i do now The way i am going to formulate my company my plan to do exactly what. I'm saying now Going to stick with the. I'm going to stick with the peace of mind thing but that's gotta be again like we're talking about. That's be for everybody that's not just for the. That's not just for the customer that's also for my staff And i'm not gonna go into a bunch of detail here on how. I plan on accomplishing that. But that is then going to move on to. I am going to have a jury manager i've already You know my wife's talked about retiring and looking at doing something else. And i told her well you know. She's never really wanted to be a part of the company but she might be wanting to be my dream manager and help those employees set. The goals help them with accountability. On those goals. Up and move forward in those things So that's kind of how we you know again. We're small just me right now..

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"dream manager" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

03:55 min | 3 months ago

"dream manager" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

"Now but it is getting a lot of traction over the last. i'd say five years. I've suddenly gone from hearing it as a a thing like. Oh yes servant. Leadership is is very interesting. Let's study this. What's today the origins of all the way up to those people who are preaching it as the end all be all of leadership styles. Which whether you agree with or not It it certainly out there and seeing airtime but i do want to point out that greenleaf sign servant leadership. He just formalize Essay that people can understand and could apply to businesses actually came from a story in the twelve hundred thirteen. Th century i forget the name of the author. I'm sorry i should come prepared with that. But he Wrote a story about a knight and his squire and they were on a quest which now is kind of a fantasy story trump but back then it was actually just a normal story for them and as they went along their quest they picked up other members of their entourage and The squire started helping all of them to accomplish their goals and as each one of them became disenchanted with whatever it was. They were trying to accomplish throughout the story The squire would actually go in and talk and make them feel good about it and they didn't want to disappoint esquire so now. The spider was actually the leader of the group. Even though formerly was recognized as the night the squire was the servant leader. He made sure that everybody had what they needed. That they were motivated and that they were able to accomplish their goals. And really that squire. He's the one who formally recognize everybody's goals for them As as one cohesive thing that they could accomplish together as a group and help them. Toward that i just wrote or just read did right. I wouldn't not about to write a book. Really kelly no no. The focus is not there. A great book called the dream manager. Okay and that was. Basically the concept is they. Were you know the book was not a real story. But you know the guys actually consulted. And he's worked this program out in numerous companies and Seen results on it but basically the concept was is they had a cleaning company and of course the people who are doing the cleaning very level position not really a lot of room for growth people. You know got disgruntled. The owner was like you know turnovers off the chart wishes pay these people more. Maybe they'll stay and the actual manager was like. I don't think that's going to do the job. I think there's more here that we need to do. And they eventually came up with this idea of hiring. A dream manager in that guy's position was to help people pinpoint their dream their personal dream and then help them accomplish that by setting goals financial goals. Different things and the neat thing was the company. Wasn't there to buy it for them. Like weren't lady wanted to own a house. She'd always known a house well. They didn't go buy her out house you know. He helped her set the financial goals. And then also connected her with the right real estate agent. The right Loan guy who get her alone. That would work for her fi financial situation and You know she had a house in story in less than a year and and of course then steamroll throughout the company you know but it was. It spoke to me. Because i think that's one of the big things pest control that happens we gets a lot of times. You're out there. You're doing the maintenance. It can get really boring when all you're doing is spraying house. Frame house sprain house brain house spring house.

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"dream manager" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

06:33 min | 6 months ago

"dream manager" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"I dot careers. In this is Monday part of the Labor Day celebration in America. Three Day weekend. What's that mean? Some extra time off perhaps unless of course, already off. But. Still Good Day to get out there and get something done i. had a meeting this morning at five am. I usually wake up at four am. So it's not been a big deal to schedule meetings at five am. So. Hey, if we can help advance your efforts, let's say you're a hiring manager by the way. This is episode one eleven H. as in hiring manager. So what's that mean means this is aimed directly at you if you're in the process of hiring talent. I don't know if you can hear some of the trucks in the background Amanda truckstop. Drinks and coffee. Thinking out loud. Plan in my day the rest of the week but. Anyhow voice I dot careers we try to do two things we try to. Get. Inside. The thought process if you will of the hiring manager. What can we do to help them find and hire and retain the amazing talent they need. And number two, we try to get inside the thought process of the talent those with the superpower who are looking for gainful employment whether short term long term. A side hustle. You name it. And then when we find two people that should be connected that there's a fit, there's an overlap. Of what the hiring managers looking for him, what the talent brings to the table, we introduce them. and. Then if it's a great fit, if it's a match and they want to go forward the three of us go to the HR departments hey, what's it gonNa take to get this person hired yesterday? Such the business model. We've also got an explainer video video on include a link in the show notes. But hiring managers. Hopefully you get the day off today if you're in America and we work primarily. With us-based based. Companies. So. Hopefully, you're enjoying a great day of family and fellowship and Fried Chicken or whatever she happened to be grilling today. and. Let me help you with one thought. Just just one I mean I have a lot most days but today I just WanNa share one thought with you and ask you to reflect on it. then. Go to sleep on and then get up tomorrow and see if it's of any value to to you is that burn off And by the way I know somebody we're going to say, Hey, we already do that. Okay. But revisit it. Okay. Here's here's the premise the one thought for today. How effective are you at reaching out to your present workforce? In getting them to help you recruit for your open job. Know everybody has a quote program but are you work in the program? Is there a system in place and if not? Why not? And if two systems in place and is not producing the results that you need. For example. When I work with Talent in trying to get him started on the road to. Their next. Major. GIG. I require of them to listen to and or read. Irl Nightingales the strangest secret. Yeah, one I want him to adjust their thought process. That makes sense. If you're a hiring manager I was working with a company up in Minneapolis years, ago. And the the. The C. level person in charge of. Engineering said look we've got over two hundred percent turnover a year. As done workshop and it's like. That's crazy. You can't survive like that. You can't make money like that. Do you know how do you know the real costs of hiring and retaining talent? Obvious obviously, they didn't they had over two hundred percent turnover and I told him it wasn't the focus of the workshop is doing for the company by selecting solve that problem. In one statement. And he's looking at me like. You don't even know what you're talking about as. I've been around awhile I said look. You need to buy read consume in apply. One Book. It's called the dream manager. It's written as a business novel like L. E. Gold Rats the goal and like the one minute. Manager, and so forth. This book takes place in an industrial cleaning company. With a lot of minimum wage employees. In A, they have a horrendous probably think two hundred percent turnover year is crazy. There's was much worse than that. Look the bottom line is you have not because you asked not. So asked me for help if you're higher manager, I must say I can't help you until you read the dream manager. Gets going to open your eyes to what you think you're doing, but you're not doing it's going to open your eyes to the lip service. You're paying certain policies and procedures that. Simply you've ignored because you haven't seen them as valuable. Kids can get you to change. It's GonNa. Give you what one of my colleagues calls. The one degree of difference I called vantage point. It's going to give you a whole new vantage point into the problem that you're really wrestling with its his not what you think it is again, flat T. So. Bottom line hiring managers reach out to me. Hey together we can make a difference and we can do it in just thirty days and yet don't argue with me. In thirty days I can solve your worst nightmares. Hey, paulie would you mind telling them how they can reach out to me? Thanks for tuning into day I am Paulie. Imo. Tae The ski man's virtual none more..

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"dream manager" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"dream manager" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Now, time for some Jiwei when to go tales dating back to who knows when are we really don't have any idea. When these stories originated due to the oral storytelling, tradition of the way, people's no name or data assigned any of these stories that have been passed down from one generation to the next for an untold amount of time. First story is called the Ojibway who slew the Wendy Go. Long ago the Ojibway people were sick. A terrible epidemic was killing them. There was a man called Obermann, who got sick and died in death. He traveled West where it's more beautiful than the sunset. When he got to the river that he would have to cross to the other side, the spirits asked him. Why are you grieving Obermann? He answered because people are dying. The spirits told Odin. He was to return to the way it was to tell them that their teacher was coming to teach them about the good life. Their teacher would bring to the ojibway their rituals and ceremonies to help them get over the hills in their lives, though saddened traumatic times that all experience. Over the years Yoji way experience many traumas. That is the way of the wind ago. A story is told of the window running amok amongst their people and killing them. There've been thousands of a job way in many villages. Before the wind came, the wind was killing everyone so in a man challenged the way to go to a race. If the way man won the Wendy, go would leave. They raced and the man lost. After that the Wendy go continued killing their people as the wind go continued to kill GPA, people another way man had a dream that he could defeat the wind to go. In his dream, he talked to a grandma who shared a story. She told the man that you traveled around to find out who was left. She had gathered the remaining ojibway children, and took them with her, and made them practice running upon a lake back and forth all day long day after day in preparation for the next race with the wind ago. Fuck! Yeah, grandma gets it. Train high putting some Jim Hours. If you'RE GONNA hope to defeat to go. You can't just roll up the track you know no preparation. Expect to be the monster. S. Fifteen foot tall craziest run thing. You gotta pop off the blocks to beat that bitch. And then the story goes. There were fifteen children remaining in each time a race occurred another child died. Oh okay, it's a bummer. Maybe. Grandma didn't have some you know. Good kids to work with training can only take you so far. You know if you don't have natural talent. says. Grandma will be the last one to raise the wind to go and I think she dies 'cause she doesn't show up again the story so that's that's bummer. A dream after all. Dreams are weird. The dude having this dream now all of a sudden. He's racing the wind to go and he wins yes. And the wind to go dies because that's what happens in this weird dream race. Is A dream death race? First Place gives you I don't know. Bragging rights in second place gives you death. Gives life second-place gives you death now the wind goes brother to go demands to raise the man and you'll. Jiwei man whoops his ass to this guys greased lightning. But this win go is die right away. He begs the ojibway man for mercy, but you man doesn't give him any mercy Cozma Liar and kills him to in the new G. Women races around the land of his people, and he sleighs many other windows. At regular wind. You had to take care of and that is a terrible infestation, right? That's hard to find an exterminator to take on that job you call and ask someone to come out and handle your termite infestation in no problem, of course we their ants. Hey, you gotTA. Bud CNC tomorrow. Wendy goes click hello. Hello! The OJ man kill all, but a few wendy goes. Some ran away the north, Brad. The white walkers showed up in the north, and the story ends with Yoji. Way Man Given Jiwei children that were boy names, so the world would now know who they are the end. What does the story about I think it's less about monsters more about being a strong people, not losing your identity, not letting some oppressor. Kill your people. Pretty sure Wendy go symbolizes the white man tale so. I feel awkward as a white man say Netflix thing is true. That's move onto the next og. Way Story. This is the Wendy go in the baby. It's like that movie, three men and a baby, except it's completely different in every single way. So, the story goes. One winter newly married couple went hunting with the other people would they moved to the hunting grounds? A child was born to them one day as they were looking at him in his cradle board and talking to him, the child spoke to them. They were very surprised because he was too young to talk. Where is that sky? Spirit asked the baby. They say he's a very powerful or they say he's very powerful. In some day. I'm going to visit him. His mother grabbed him and said you should not talk about the manatee do that way. Manna, do by the way powerful spirit they'll Jiwei. Religion focused on the belief in power, received from spirits during visions and dreams manager would be a- spirit synonymous with I. Don't Know Odin from norse mythology or the Holy Ghost and Christianity. A few nights later they fell asleep again with the baby and his.

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"dream manager" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"dream manager" Discussed on KTOK

"Greatest players to ever grace the court played all together as a team only once as a nineteen ninety two Olympic gold green key I'm Jack McCallum Sports Illustrated writer best selling author and now hosts the new podcast the Dream Team tapes the real story of the greatest team in NBA history to hear the whole story straight from the voices of the legendary players themselves from diversion podcasts find a Dream Team tapes on the I heart radio app for wherever you get your podcasts all radio sensation vibes we dream manager mark Livin worldwide I. T. T. okay dot com this is the March second twenty seventeen Spygate show that started it all America's most powerful conservative voice the mark love and show the island now eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one thanks bye now you know I'm a proud member of the United States conceal carry association to provide industry leading education training self defense insurance for responsible gun owners like you know what they want to make sure you're protected legally and financially should you ever have to pull the trigger they also want to arm you with the most effective tool they know for self defense so last month the U. S. CCA bought.

"dream manager" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

06:58 min | 10 months ago

"dream manager" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Hey there good morning. It is episode seven H. What's The h? Stand for hiring? Actually this is directed at hiring managers. I'm your host. I'm the founder and the recruiter for voice first careers. That's also the website voice. I dot careers so look you're a hiring manager right. You have stuff that that's technical term for him or you have stuff you need to get done. And you don't always have enough talent K. I don't like to talk about candidates or people or hey you. It's like these. These people are talented. And you don't really know me well enough yet. Maybe but guys is a generic term male or female doesn't matter these guys are talented. Their artists especially in our area of focus is the voice I community. So if you're hiring manager we WANNA help you get the person you need the wisest important. Why been in and out and all around recruiting hiring staffing workforce procurement for a lot of time. I've got about ten years. Timing great of hired hundreds of people. I've helped companies hire people staff both full time part time ten ninety nine contract. You pretty much name. It been there done that. I've got the t shirts. They've got holes in them right but one of my favorite horror stories. I like to tell is once upon time. I had a job which is rare but I've had him over the years. I've been an entrepreneur since age. Eleven but I had a job in. I had somebody that reported to me in a very technical role and we were trying to recruit for that position but the HR department was trying to broker a deal for somebody else in the company and their spouse would become it person. I was the mis administrator long story short the person they were trying to get four position. A couldn't relocate because his wife who was being considered for my position she had a family. She had young kids. They were going to relocate halfway across the country and guess what her first husband Said No. You're not moving kids. Will this process took over two months and the whole time? I'm pull my hair out because the job is getting done but I was told look. You can't hire anybody because we got somebody for you. We've many of us may not all but many of us have been there were wrestling with the HR department trying to get something done k. If you've heard any of the podcasts so far you heard that I started over with a blank sheet of paper and I have reinvented hiring staffing recruiting process for twenty twenty given the economic state of affairs. We find ourselves in in. What does that mean? I love then diagrams and I share this ven diagram with three circles. You the hiring manager is one the talent but not just any talent. The A player right. The Best of the best is another circle and in my company voice I dot careers is the third in where they overlap. Is the absolute best candidate for you. So what's that mean? And by the way normally my podcasts or three four maybe five minutes but these are a little more in depth so they might go six or seven minutes. But so. What's that mean for the hiring manager. You have needs so we want to connect you with the talent that makes the most sense for what you're trying to accomplish in then we're gonNA give you all the ammunition you need to go to the HR person say look. I need this person hired. What's IT GONNA take to get them on the payroll today? We're going to help you with that. That's the way it needs to get done today when we don't have enough time to crawl we don't have enough time to do it over. They say there's a great book called the Dream Manager. They talk about how the real expenses of Olympic cut to the chase. The bottom line is as you may or may not know. Hiring people is a very expensive proposition. Let's get you the very best candidate. Let's get you the ammunition to go to. Hr and say this is a person I need and I need them yesterday. How's that sound? That sound refreshing. I hope so couple things. We don't do in the beginning of this process. We don't rely on the resume. We've got some secret weapons to help. Skip that step together. You're going to be hearing in the days to come about one of our processes we call the seven minute higher. How would you like to have enough confidence trust and a warm fuzzy feeling about the hiring process to be able to look at candidate and make a decision to hire them within seven minutes? I've done it. It is refreshing. It's liberating and it cannot be done if you're GONNA do the march of the resumes right if you're GonNa let hr stick them all in his great big black box known as an ATS. Applicant tracking system is not going to happen. The chances are you getting the right candidate if your HR departments using an ats is zero absolutely zero. Let me repeat that the chances are you getting the right candidate if HR's driving the process through an ATS is zero Nada. Zilch not going to happen. That's one of the things that's different about. Voice I dot careers. I'm personally involved with every transaction at this stage of the game. We're just a startup. Were thirty seven days old so we can do that. We can give you the hands on care and responsive this that you need as a hiring manager so you need to do. Let's start the process. Reach out to me. And here's how it work. You grab your mobile phone and you dial pound two five zero and at the prompt. You say contact ski man..

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"dream manager" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"dream manager" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Join us at four o'clock his thoughts on everything that's happened in this offseason obviously look at the draft which is in about three and a half weeks the NFL draft will take place yeah less than a month now let's go to Alex and he's quad what's up Alex Alex how are you look what I wanted to share that other world living in the past with the class of baseball games I want to share a mind boggling personal memory from the nineteen seventy six National League Championship before I before I do I just wanna tell you joke you know who was the catalyst the next starting seven to game seven win in Portland D. the dream manager you brought it up said let me let me tell you about my story because this was set up by old man who passed away at ninety six last year was with ABC for forty years you started out as a cameraman in the news division he ended up with the senior video technician with ABC wide world of sports traveled the world doing the Olympics when he was home in the states every other weekend you'd be daughter passed to a baseball game of football game of golf tourney so it's going to cover the the seventy six national championship best applied start out first two games in Philadelphia so say it's on the right against the Phillies right and yes I want to go three takes me today one I'm nineteen years old yes we are yes minister press pass we go to veterans stadium it'll be afternoon I'm on the field with all the players during a warm up some downtown Ali brown is a great guy stalking me wonderful guy anyway the game thought them with my old man in the truck and about halfway through I get bored so I got my press pass someone back into the stadium this is all every word is true you know the person waiting for any security concern right right right I thank my way down into the Chiles dressing room there's not a soul there now each dugout has two runways obviously all of the old one so I would imagine close to none the other far right I go off the runway this is in the middle of the game I go up the runway of the Phillies dugout before runway I guess I walked out of their dugout this story both this is ready it's much better anyway I'm going to the bench everybody's crowded down to to the force right away for me except for one guy who was the original social distance are obvious Pauline Dick Allen's oh wow always reading about fifteen feet away from the rest of the night alone and he's the closest one to me this is the god's honest truth I walk over ice fifty down next to during the game and it just basically small talk if you don't care you know he does his own thing I'm more talking with Dick Allen during the game please hold good god your bench jockeying my favorite memory from the best jockeys member Davey Concepcion of the Reds shortstop right yeah they are going to be a bit of a great help in it shall we say we take the walk is what what went down the first base on one of the Philly players yelled out Hey Concepcion I'm gonna Rick rip your mask off this does that's good so that's what I know I don't remember is he still with us you still there not a real awesome I don't remember Richie Allen on that seventy six the old US dealer on at seventy six US Philly team in and is current Philadelphia I I don't I don't I look it up I don't that's the only thing I mean I don't remember him on at seventy six and I I'm not saying he wasn't I just don't remember he was on that seventy six okay it was actually the second to last year of his career that you're in okay seventy six with the Phillies and then he ended his career with the Oakland A.'s okay and that was the one post season he ever played yeah that's seventy five how much you weigh how much even playing at sea in a playoff series he got a lot yeah and I did put all three games game sweeps and yet I got what I was to pick with the great big red machine team yet that swept everything again what they swept it right is what the Phillies in is what the Yankees yeah seven up seven down yeah he I'm way too four nine in that L. C. S. guy with three walks and two strikeouts it's it's amazing to think about how different security is how things are handled in the first hour to caller talking about that Monday night checking against buffalo we are things are being lit on fire and I just think back to what feels like six years ago but earlier this month or I guess was late last month we were down in spring training and the way we were getting interviews during met games the Mets spring training game was Ernie was in the dugout right writing the microphone right any and and apparently to make players not thrilled with already down here no they weren't thrilled it is soon as the interview was done they made sure early got out of the dugout right is a spring training game right it's a playoff game okay yeah and I can't imagine sitting there next to a wall people Richie you don't think Alan would you call me big al it was just a drummer I mean let me tell you something when you get it when he was it is early days it is the beginning of his career spin Philadelphian and later on with the white Sox two yet you won the MVP in nineteen seventy two with the white Sox right but I mean you talk about a guy that was an unbelievable header I mean you talk about power Richie Allen at some of the longest home runs a every member against the Mets at Shea Stadium when he played for the Phillies I mean he was he was a character you know he's always kind of a controversial guide members you know he he actually wrote in Philadelphia we had an ongoing battle with the Philly fans he played first base he actually wrote that they were born and he actually wrote bull in the dark yes I remember it's well you're not winning it's better only in Philadelphia no but he was that he wanted to amend this here he was Ritchie call me Dick Allen is a god god I would love to I love to talk to that guy I really would I wonder what he's up there with this I always say I got that classic I have it I don't have it up anywhere but I got them I got the issue where he's on a call right yes it's seventy two anyone know what when he won the MVP with the white Sox he's on the cover of Sports Illustrated using the dog out with a white Sox uniform on he's he's juggling a couple baseballs with a cigarette in his mouth yes in that it's a classic call of it really is let's go to robin Edison Hey rob rob our you what's up a great deal of drill and ask you some that's the only ADM and all the mayhem that ensued which which came with all that now which one the letter case against the Steelers in nineteen eighty three I was acting absolutely yes yep yep there there were doing a segment on NFL network although they have that one on after the game it was to I never heard you tell that story for this one as you can tell the story about that while I was there for the game it was a Saturday afternoon game it was yeah like you said it was nineteen eighty three was the year and the they they weren't really going toward a colony or going anywhere Brad shook graduates last gave me a plate he threw two touchdown passes you know like in the first quarter of the plate again after that the Steelers won the game and then you know people are literally like you know but record seats have taken seats out of Shea Stadium because this is not a metal still gonna play at you know they're they're destroying the places last year came out there so I I do remember that you know somebody craziness that went on with that I don't know if they took the goal post down and not I don't date announced that they were leaving queens to go to giant stadium I forget what it was was and here's the other thing I I'd be very very curious about what was the reaction of that well first of all we are has always complained that you want to clean bathrooms at the bathrooms were not clean at Shea Stadium and I think also one of the things that always bothered Leon Harris was that the jet similar to what they are now with the giants were second class citizens that are mad small but also didn't the jets basically have to open up on the road a lot because the Mets got first crack throughout September would always play on the road to being always at that nineteen sixty nine the jets the defending world champions in in in in football and the Mets are playing in a World Series is sixty nine I think the jets play this first six games even the first five or six games that season all on the road because the Mets in the World Series no and and I could listen I understand why the jets wanna leave Shea Stadium that makes perfect sense sure you're treated like that kind of second class citizen but why not I don't know try to get at your old stadium why was the reaction in nineteen eighty three finally on has to say I'm gonna just go follow Big Brother and go play in a stadium it's name after them yeah well I think part of it he was a Jersey guy you know has the there there headquarters in New Jersey I think they're they're down the turnpike somewhere Edison somewhere like that so Woodbridge wherever it is so he was he was a he was a Jersey guy and I think that was part of it you know I had this news to you made a deal with the giants and and do you have you must I hated it at the moment I was not happy about it I was happy about the fact that I was gonna be it's gonna be easier for me to go to games because now it's gonna be in my backyard Jersey I will say that but I mean I wasn't thrilled about leverage a stadium you know it's funny the for the last game ever at shape with the jets was against the Steelers and the first game at the Meadowlands the jets was against the Steelers I believe it was a Thursday night game nineteen eighty four I know you lost the game I remember score nobody Bobby Humphrey returned a kickoff for a touchdown in a game at one point but nineteen eighty forty played Pittsburgh I think that what it was it with ease.

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"dream manager" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on About Last Night

"By the time i was in my twenties and i had like my friends were like going to college to get a degree in cedar i was like i was this beaten woman mood tried so all you're going to school registered look i had my i had my old lady glasses tip of my nose and i was like oh i remember when beatrice it just was really like oh god i was like getting embittered i wasn't like happy for a few years of my life where i was embittered and not happy for people which was really unattractive i didn't know i was in it till everybody goes through that that's human nature because you just want it so fucking bam joe's that you brought that point up and i didn't so side of the mike but it is for admitting thank you it's the first up so like are you just trying to figure that out and american idol i had been acting for such a long time and i always love making music and i'd made like an ep at one point and in this league peas that exist one was like two thousand five one thousand two thousand eight and then one was in two thousand ten and i was always sort of trying to use it on the side and that was really confusing people like my agent at the time who was like do wanted to music or acting and i was like why let's pick but i want you to do that and i met a manager to like actually a dream manager at the time and i met with her and she even said that she was like i would love to represent you but i would i wanna represent someone's entire career and i feel like i wouldn't understand fifty percent of your career so not that i think you should choose but like i'm not your person 'cause i wouldn't be able to do it all and i would want to and i was like okay that's fair but again it was like roadblock after roadblock of like just trying to do to two things that i love to do and impassioned it about and i felt that was constantly i'm gonna decide and then idle sort of made the decision for me because the odds that i would have gotten on that show are pretty much zero one hundred eighteen thousand people try to get out you're either retained awesome or horrible right in the whole country thousand and then announced i tried out in new york was the biggest season ever i tried out in new york and there were i wanna say like twenty thousand people there and they televised three auditions and one of them was mine it just was a lot of luck like i'm very proud of my singing voice i love to sing they could have overlooked me as easily as the guy that saying next to me in the in the open auditions was one of the best thing to this day i could hear his voice in my head he was one of the most bus best ever heard my time of my line senior since that well things haven't been going into play i can see that gig that was cool it was cool it was copied out laura dern for it scharf sad cut number three that should have been so is that this idol waiting forever.

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"dream manager" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on Rotated Views

"That coup definitely lead to overdubbed overdone in stress obviously but but let's let's see what they say so says when you form expectations you're setting yourself up for disappointment you can guide your tomorrow but you can't control the exact outcome if you expect the worst you'll probably feel too negative and closed minded to notice and seize opportunities if you expect the best you'll create a vision that's hard to live up to instead of expecting the future to give you something specific focus on what you'll do to create what you want to experience nice they remind me of robbed ear dick he says one of his quotes is make your own look i don't know if it's his original quote but he has it on t shirts like his his brand dc he has a make your own look everywhere and it's true i mean they're playing both sides of the coin on that one but yeah there's kind of going back will we're saying last week with finding the balance or whatever but it's true sometimes we we had a we had a guy come in he was part of this matthew kelly dream manager thing and they're basically promoting on goal setting and all this other stuff and and the one thing that drives me nuts is now mind you i was already in the personal development you know industry probably for about five years at this time so i've already i've have well you know verse in this kind of talks where they it's some people use trickery they try to use like ignorance or i don't know what it is a lot of people aren't into personal development so when you're first hit with personal development you don't realize it until like you kind of step you take a step back and you watch them do it there a lot of their stuff is just fluff it's just crash right so i watch this guy like try and tell you could put whatever you want on your list you can whatever dream big dream huge do this that is one of them i i now realize it's one of the most of noxious things you can say yes i believe that you should.

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"dream manager" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Greatest nickname you could ever give a guy the dream dean in the dream manager rick cobb who was the center even though he was only six six his nickname was the elevator mad recovers recovered six six of that six four but his his legs his legs just go on and on and on any of this incredible leaping ability he played center even though it's only six six the elevator the elevator man and my memory serves dean member of new york and i think recovers from chicago and the other star of the team was gary brel he was some myers jerry brel was nuts what do you think after that he was not on that team gary brel was crazy gary i think what the pious milwaukee but he you know he had he was like a hippie this goofy long hair and he was into every radical kind of thing that there was out there playing basketball there are very few coaches that would have tolerated his hair at his appearance and the whole thing but for mcguire i've and it was just all part of the gig take all these characters and throw them out there on the basketball court had none of them were any crazier than l was yeah gary nickname was goose but he was seriously half nuts there's a wild team and then you know all those other players that came out to the pipe at the nit team the three stars that joe thomas i think was on that team but dean memory was the star for year after that was is there a year or two after that that jimmy johns was on the team and memory chaulnes run that same team and that's the team that went the regular season unbeaten and lost in the ncaa tournament so anyway that game marquette the current version of certainly not as interesting a virgin but on the other hand what team ever could be that the other thing is going on this is all during the iran which ucla was winning national championships almost every year that was the johnny wooden era and you know it was such an era of upheaval in america i mean the civil rights movement the.

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"dream manager" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"The or a dream manager can help them put together think it through it implemented and we'd be with them on a one basis cheap at sick what are going to think about our company sick over the ownership from having a couple of a word hendro companies that are more economic my employee succeed in achieve it's the war or in a more offer same why together so malicious that's my casa serb leadership i'll be humble in the up them succeed so that the orbach headway topdown do as i say that that doesn't work any in the tough networking you cargo who carpet reviewer any two leading publications and looked at the percentage of employees are dis engage in i i've seen some numbers we're surrey the forty percent of only thirty four federal employees are engaged in gays s seven trillion poise would disengage why must be people don't care about them they just show up all the job but if we get them involved in the process you collaborate you get them include where they want to do we want to get to the coffee they want to help you take a copy were ruble you can take it that's how you pick up so so malesia standpoint to me highly what what is to get is were all in this together up call now for somebody who has his lofty goals is you are for somebody who's the fire and well thought out well known within your industry you know how do you keep your cell fresh what's what's on the horizon for you with respect to your own personal professional goals whether it be a one year plan a fiveyear plan what do you have yet to accomplish that you have not as of yet by you you feel like that been to that.

"dream manager" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"If the catholic though you know in terms of talking about leadership it's one of those buys words it's cliche and of course with how things are sometimes depicted in the media today and on the global scale i'm always interested shocked to people who truly do embody leadership scale skills and you who exemplify that with their clients with their daytoday action taking you know where where are we with leadership today what do we need to be doing more of what do we need to get rid of uh what are some of the perhaps the confusing overlapping understanding of what leadership may in fact be because of how it's being misrepresented perhaps w what are we doing with leadership what do people have to do with leadership how do people need to execute leadership in embody leadership oh wideranging question but i i guess to trump me it comes down to leadership means what were all in this together yeah so so it even though i might be the head of the company there's a there's a uh a book on a camera name of the perfect rotich called survey leadership in and there's another one managing incursion from the heart in how can i as a leader of the company left were collaboration including comes in happen i from as leader the company hilt mike people succeed given a tool to trade techniques ah get there the more i can help them succeed there will return back there there's a another book i read a few years ago called your dream manager in in in this book what does what this this this company is guy has accompanied a basically says i have a person that can help mind or he stream if they want to have something what want to pay for college if i as a.

"dream manager" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Dates stage the role you may mean today the full like don't q i karroll perfect crime he'll flavor y you said god knows mine isn't cool though at dawn i queue the means you as an is look what you need to look what you need to what she does seem he doing which you defy any what you need to do but to me to what's your two free may do look what should just maiming down your key the spare long too you have seen place to sleep apnea and through our fee jon rahm the these however in the name that's a good one his hit a little boy whom these tools to clean he do in the future what's his name these tools like human needs to what should they do look what should just naming chessmen barry dress the actress god bad dream managers great barrier turn he chased bad dreams.

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"dream manager" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on Rotated Views

"Actually does a book speaking of that i haven't said this in a while there's book title dream manager by matthew kelly scoop dead up um that's where the whole you know become best version yourself came from uh from that's where i got it from anyway um so anyway with that being said so here you have the seven habit sharpening tool which i it's uh it really does tie everything together so so the bigger group of effective your of to be in fact the person when you look at yourself in your group if everyone is sharpening the soul that means the organization is going to op is going to continue to progress and move forward as i said earlier think about the progression not perfection it's all about taking that step even owes as we also mentioned earlier we're talking about you were flat you might have reflected and then you went back and took action it might not have been the right direction but you took some level of action to had the step back again and then obviously make your judgments and also um these are all definitely 7 habits um to become ineffective person a number one just to review a be proactive number to begin with the ended mine number three put first things first number four think win win number five seek first to understand then to be understood number six synergy eyes and number seven sharpen the sole so there you have it geysers of reason why this was a number one national bestseller in the eighties with over ten million a copy sold the 7 habits of highly effective people powerful lessons impersonal train and powerful lessons and personal change by stephen are covey that is.

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"dream manager" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Trouble walking up announced because of the pain need steve brooks who suffered from a torn meniscus that we get out of marca line have to only out to the habs than he heard about the incident wellness on the radio in their new growth factor and stem cell injection he called made the appointment and ended up getting both stem cell and play click rich plasma injection spot was sleeping for about a month and i after two months after the first injection i actually walked out but you know it was doing some major's dream manager pursuing recommend to a lot of our fans over eighty third having the shoulder pain the pain plenty of the kind of joint pain i have no playing on the open them steps anymore incident wellness new advanced treatment for joint pain with no steroids and no surgery it's inside me you don't experience immediately from the play and it's only go you're betting as time goes on five truck loads afar with this past week you know prank incident wellness seven oh four seven seven for seventeen oh three seven seven four seventeen oh three gets gearing weekend diamond every near the rangers on say last year being in three years zero interest minute hearings included in this special of time and time and coming in still ewing theory reminders on diamonds direct forty six right now newstalk eleven ten w beat the i'm bowed times in coming up next hour seven thirty five o'clock with scott fowler of the charlotte observer who wants vonage there's a winning the super bowl not throughout his of i mean anonymous thought this season will be this bad but i wanna gives guys thoughts on what's the one thing that has been the a costly is for the carolina panthers that's coming up next hour at seven thirty five more headlines right now from the new center head back to johnstone things are looking up in dabbin bird which three opens to the public and thing following those wild fires an calls fourteen deaths in denver some twenty five hundred buildings in the area also reopening great smoking rounds national partner by cruz work over the i to clear what was left of a fifty car pile up on interstate ninety in northeast ohio at least nineteen people injured in the crash and they snowstorm inspired crashes after truck it a bus from behind the call.

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"dream manager" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"About incident wellness on the radio in their new gross factor and stem cell injection skate called made the appointment and ended up getting both stem cell and played look rich plasma injections i was man thing for about a month and a half or two months after the first injection actually walked out but you know it was doing some major's dream manager pursuing recommended due to a lot of my friends over eighty third having his shoulder pain the pain no the kind of you more time i have no thing going up announced its anymore incident wellness new advanced treatment for joint pain with no steroids and no surgery if if like me you don't experience and maybe really from the fan and it's only go you better strong those are act five truck loads afar with this past week you know paying incident wellness seven oh four seven seven for seventeen oh three seven seven four seventeen oh three folks keeping man your furnace is been inactive for six months and with he you always one of things safe now is the time to wings or than later nagy certified take nation perform your starter so folks remember when it's time to kill the cheered all due us to make sure we're you get your killings now everybody's excited to go vote and that's early right now whether it's in a few weeks but being careful with that selvie had and the boot threesome greatness ever security expert has mornings about that coming up and five minutes it is six thirty news talk you tend to he was only out and when it breaks that guy's grabbing guns in big numbers at six thirty on johnstone say grayson spike in robberies has gotten storen partner shop owners concern details in double to be to chen bowers spokesman with the eighty of confirms that gun store and paul robberies are on the rise in both north and south carolina larry higher to fight gun spoke with w be tv breaking in gun choppers ever been we've had probably we'll have to not very in the last six months to last week he says the of mate security modifications to the business world.

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"dream manager" Discussed on talkSPORT

talkSPORT

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"dream manager" Discussed on talkSPORT

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