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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

02:57 min | 5 months ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"For all of us we all need something to fight for. We need something to believe in. And i think being mission centered right now is ever important especially in the fitness industry. I'm finding hey we'd made four five new hires in the last six months alone because we're attracting people who want to gather around the mission to change and transform lives and if you've got a strong vision people are attracted to a mission but if you're kind of lost and you're out there and you're in your company your career and you don't know what you're doing. People don't like waffling for too long. Y'all want to be part of the mission. Welcome back to another episode. The durkin show and folks. I am so fired up today..

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Seattle Mayor’s Office Knew Durkan’s Phone Setting Caused Texts to Vanish

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Seattle Mayor’s Office Knew Durkan’s Phone Setting Caused Texts to Vanish

"Seattle City attorney says Mayor Jenny Durkin's text messages disappeared due to a deliberate act not because of an unknown technical issue. Cuomo's Corwin hike reports. It's the latest revelation in the long running controversy. Texts sent to and from Durkin's phone were set to auto delete after 30 days, a condition the mayor has said she was unaware of She told KOMO News in May assume that we were collecting everything it was being kept in archives. Many of the missing texts are believed to contain legally important communications among city officials during the summer 2020 Chop occupation and Police East Precinct sees you should always presume you make things available. The mayor's office said. The messages disappear to due to an unknown technical issue. But city Attorney Pete Holmes tells the Seattle Times that's simply untrue, he says. Quote someone changed the mayor's settings from retain to delete, adding that is a

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Confessions of a Former Tax Auditor

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:02 min | 10 months ago

Confessions of a Former Tax Auditor

"You are an auditor in the nineties. I was you look so friendly. I in my mind scared to death durkin. that's a perception right. I mean and i tell you when. I showed up to audit somebody. There were either friendly or they were very scared to your point. You know and i was told many times that i had a friendly face and i came across. You know somebody that wanted to help rather than being there to punish or do something drastic with them. Yes totally you're changing my entire perception of auditors. Right now those awesome. that's great. So what did you do. As an auditor i mean. Everybody is terrified of getting audited. It is my worst nightmare and any people. Please do not do that. When it's such a mysterious process. He know the really is not that mysterious. I bet you anything. If you google what happens in an audit all kinds of different things. I will tell you. I personally audit actually for the state of texas in the new york area in also in the san antonio area so i was able to experience through different kind of i guess taxpayers. You know in the new york area had multi national multi billion dollar corporations and the way they handle an audit is very different than walking into a recording studio. That you know just like yours and saying we're auditing you. Today and one has their act together and the other one likely has items in a box. So you have to react to those things. But i can tell you a lot of the states. Ought the government's Do give you a lot of information so you are prepared to deal with the audit. I can sense. You know when i walk in. People are very either open. Okay let's go. let's do it or they're very apprehensive and those don't want to say

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State Supreme Court OKs effort to recall Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

State Supreme Court OKs effort to recall Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant

"Shama Sawant from these CIA. Seattle City Council can move forward, says the state Supreme Court. In a unanimous ruling, the court found three of the charges against so wants were sufficient enough to warrant a recall election. Those charges include the use of city property for political purposes, illegally allowing a crowd of her supporters into City Hall and leading a march on Mayor Jenny Durkin's residents whose address is protected under federal law. It's time for her to go. She's not doing anything for us. That's Henry Bridger, who manages the recall. So want campaign, which now has to gather signatures in order to get the measure on the ballot. Statement. So what called today's ruling unjust but unsurprising Jeff

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Former state representative Jessyn Farrell is running for Seattle mayor

News, Traffic and Weather

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Former state representative Jessyn Farrell is running for Seattle mayor

"Name joins the growing list of Seattle mayoral candidates, former state representative Jessen Farrell. Announced her candidacy today, joining an increasingly large and very group hoping to lead the city after current Mayor Jenny Durkin announced she will not seek a second term. They're all served two terms as a Democrat in the state House of Representatives, helping past transportation measures, including the expansion Of sound transit and infrastructure improvements.

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Seattle Mayor Durkan tours the Lumen Field Event Center mass COVID-19 vaccine clinic

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

Seattle Mayor Durkan tours the Lumen Field Event Center mass COVID-19 vaccine clinic

"Mayor Jenny Durkin says brighter days are ahead in the Corona virus pandemic. She made the comments while touring the mass vaccination site at the Lumen Field Events Center. This to me really does inspire me to know that hopes on the way that the light is at the end of the tunnel on Seattle's about to be on the path to recovery, she says. Recovery starts with vaccinations Blumenfield alone can handle up to 20,000 vaccinations a day when there's enough supply available.

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Seattle considers right to counsel and extending COVID-19 crisis eviction moratorium through 2021

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:29 min | 11 months ago

Seattle considers right to counsel and extending COVID-19 crisis eviction moratorium through 2021

"For tenants. Rights is both Seattle and the state. Consider laws designed to prevent evictions come with core would take explains votes are expected in both of Seattle City Council and the state Legislature on separate bills to ensure tenants facing eviction have the right to legal counsel sort of a public defender for tenants sharing Crowley with the Seattle Renters Commission says in the tenant landlord relationship landlords hold most of the power the right to counsel is one important step toward equal. I think this power imbalance, but landlord and realtor Natalie Burnett says further allowing tenants to avoid eviction will have dire consequences as frustrated owners simply sell their rental properties. Lot less inventory for rental houses. Which in turn will increase our homelessness issue to the council members. Shama Sawant, sponsor of the Seattle bill is also pushing to extend until year's end a citywide covert related eviction moratorium. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news and the city of Seattle's moratorium on residential, nonprofit and small business evictions has been extended through the end of June. Mayer Durkin says there's hope on the horizon. But the extension provides housing stability as new federal funding arrives with a recent passage of the federal Assistance Plan. While the moratorium is in place in Seattle, property owners may not issue notices of termination or otherwise initiate an eviction action with the court's unless there is an imminent threat to the health and safety of the community. Over

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Seattle announces mass vaccination site at Lumen Field

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:57 sec | 11 months ago

Seattle announces mass vaccination site at Lumen Field

"Is expected to grow a lot more in March because of a third vaccine comes Brian Calvert, with more doctors across the Northwest, say the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine changes things simply by adding a third option. Couple that with the fact you only need one dose of this vaccine, and there are now plans from or vaccination sites, we want to be a national leader and vaccinations. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin is announcing a massive effort to get this coveted shot in Maurer arms. We're going to make the vaccination sites in Rainier Beach in West Seattle permanent. We are going to be ready to stand up a mass vaccinations site at Blumenfield that the events that are there on Ben will have, as we get more vaccines will add to that, of course in the North and the condition of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is also expected to impact other vaccines sites across Washington as doses of the third option should be delivered within a week. Ryan Calvert Co. Monium Governor, Jay Inslee, signing a bill into law designed to help some of the

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Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan delivers her final state of the city address

News, Traffic and Weather

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan delivers her final state of the city address

"U. S has snow on the ground right now. CNN there. Jenny Durkan gave her last state of the city speech today. She spoke about several challenges Seattle faces but focused on the pandemic and the push for vaccinations. I know everyone is just so tired, but we're so close. We have sacrificed and band through so much. We can't let our guard down now. Not until we get enough people vaccinated. Durkin says Her goal is for Seattle to be the first city to vaccinate 70% of the city's adults. The mayor also talked about steps necessary to reopen downtown and shelter the city's homeless population. Well open hundreds of shelter spaces and affordable homes to bring more neighbors inside from our parks and streets so they can get stability and services. This is Mayor Durkin's fourth and

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'Never bet against Seattle:' Mayor Durkan highlights hope in final State of City address

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

'Never bet against Seattle:' Mayor Durkan highlights hope in final State of City address

"Just a six minute speech, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan delivered her final state of the city address. You want us to be the first city in the country to vaccinate 70% of our adults? Speech was almost entirely about the pandemic and economic recovery. Durkin said that she hopes to have vaccines available to all residents by spring and added that you should never bet against Seattle.

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Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan delivers final State of the City address

News, Traffic and Weather

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan delivers final State of the City address

"Durkin has given her final state of the city address. The speech lasted just over six minutes and focused almost entirely on the cove in 19 pandemic, hopefully by spring. The federal government will increase supplies and the city will be able to a large mass vaccination sites that are easily accept accessible in all parts of our city Darkened has decided not to run for reelection and a new mayor will be sworn in by this time next year.

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"And i are in sync. We pray together. We support each other. We share books. I'm reading pastor. James book on hope right now. I've been talking to you about it. And i have been loving that book and we can just be. We complement each other. We can we can lean on each other in that way and i think that's important Otherwise speaking of which as you say that while we're doing this podcast episode passer jeremiah. Just walked in the door. And i'm staring at him as i record this. He's turning eighty this week and he's on a treadmill right now working now and i'm watching him and there's a guy talked about a mentor and a man of faith who's impacted me immensely in the last seven years as a god thing here we are doing this podcast episode and passer jaywalks in getting his workout in your reading his book and he's been a man who's impacted both of us he had because he writes a book every year a new book every year. Or at least exactly maybe two and they keep getting better and better and this hope is just. It's the best book so anyway. So i just think that we can support each other like mutually supportive. I put emotionally in that we can I lost my track. I'm sorry socially socially not emotionally. I feel like we're on the same page with how we like to spend our weekends. How we like to spend our time. We have a lot of fun couple friends and we when we go on vacation. We tend to kind of like relaxed in similar ways. I think that that has been very helpful that we can kind of be on the same page with that. We can be very different. I think people would y you know. There's very obvious differences with our personality. But when you get to know us well. We are very very much alike in a lot. You out there i like. I like attention. I like a microphone in front of my face. I like everybody looking at me. And i just yeah. I just kind of more supportive backgrounds guy. You don't need a million lights and cameras to piggyback. That point lesson number four. My second one is a lesson. Learned in twenty years of marriage is i've learned about love languages and i love that. Melanie's love language is time it's time and the reason i share. That is because in the beginning of our marriage. I didn't do a great job with this. I was so focused on building fitness west hen building. My brand that. I i put that as a priority and always apartheid our marriage but Early on i'd say the first five to ten years it was so much building the business seven days a week weekends saturday sundays missing some kids events and and i'm not just talking about taking vacations time..

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As snow piles up, Seattle mayor urges residents to stay home

Intelligence Matters

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

As snow piles up, Seattle mayor urges residents to stay home

"To to to be be be patient patient patient for for for over over over a a a year. year. year. But But But the the the weather is in charge of this event, and we'll have to wait and see Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin today telling everyone to stay safe in the snow, she says. If you don't have to be out driving, then don't Most of the snow we've been expecting this weekend is already on the ground. Here is the latest forecast from Cairo seven TV meteorologist Morgan Palmer, mainly from about Seattle North, We could see another inch or two inches. It's going to be spotted to get further accumulation. But at this point, a lot of people are still counting. But if you've already had eight inches of snow, what's going to be the difference between eight and nine inches of snow through tomorrow morning? More than one million doses of

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Who will be Seattle's next mayor?

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Who will be Seattle's next mayor?

"Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin's is the city has further delayed the search for a new police chief. We get the report from Cuomo's Patrick Quinn. There's no search planned at this moment in time. Adrian DS took over for Carmen best after she suddenly retired amid the de funding budget battle plan was to hire a new police chief after the budget cycle and in the new year Now the mayor tells me they could wait until potentially After she leaves office. I'm continuing to have conversations with the City Council on that. I think that everyone's evaluation right now is the chief search would not be successful. On gets an important of thing, and we are. It is such a critical juncture with our police department. We want to make sure that when we do it, we do it right and we do it successfully. Durkin's last day as mayor is December 31st who will replace her. The list is growing. Do you think the next mayor could come from City Hall? I think that voters will make a very different calculation in this election than before. I think that bumper stickers and slogans are not going to cut it, Dirk and said one focusing on the future. Many voters may look to the past, searching for answers to lingering questions. Seattle labored through this summer, and they're gonna want concrete answers on things like Will you cut the police by 50%? Will you make sure there's more mental health care providers? What are you going to do about the crime rates? Because when people come out of covert It's

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Many Seattle Grocery Store Workers Are About to Get a Hazard Pay Bump

Seattle Now

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Many Seattle Grocery Store Workers Are About to Get a Hazard Pay Bump

"Days before seattle area. Grocery workers are set to earn an extra four dollars. An hour hazard pay one. Local chain is asking to be excused. Pc says that out of more than seventeen hundred workers. It seen just three dozen cases none of them tied to stores. The co says margins are already slim and it will be further hurt by the pay increase. The seattle city council passed unanimously last week. Pcc is asking mayor durkin to exempt independent local grocers from the pay bump and focus on getting all grocery workers vaccines as soon as possible.

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Seattle mayor calls for state to ban special vaccine access

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle mayor calls for state to ban special vaccine access

"Mayor Jenny Durkin is calling on the state to stop hospital systems from giving special covert 19 vaccine access to donors, board members and others following reports of hospital systems doing so dark and further called for the state to reallocate vaccines to community health clinics that serve low income communities of color. Calls come amid rising concerns that the limited vaccine supplies not reaching people who are at higher risk than others.

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Colleen Echohawk among first to declare interest in being Seattle's next mayor

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Colleen Echohawk among first to declare interest in being Seattle's next mayor

"Has announced she is running for Seattle Mayor Colleen Echo Hawk, the executive director of the chief Seattle Club, non profit that provides affordable housing for Native Americans wants to replace Jenny Durkin. He was also sort of down the community Police commission looking at reform in the department on her campaign website, she says I love this city. And if we take a people first approach to renewal, then we could become as true transformative as our communities demand us to be.

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Community. Save the world and just seven days a week. I've been on truth be told My wife melania. She's like let's go to dr jenkins and let's let's get you know at least start the product..

Amid muted response from Seattle City Hall, more weekend protests possible

Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Amid muted response from Seattle City Hall, more weekend protests possible

"Protests could be on the way to Seattle this weekend. Now, critics of the mayor and the City Council want to know why City Hall's not coming out much stronger against the mayhem comes. Jonathan Chou has the story The other night was pretty bad. Community activist Victoria Beach remains critical of their Jenny Durkin and Council members Andrew Lewis and Lisa Herbold hiding since they only sent email responses condemning the the trail trail of of destruction destruction left left by by protesters protesters Wednesday Wednesday evening. evening. I I don't don't want want to to hear hear email. email. I I don't don't want want to to hear hear something something red red come come out. out. Show Show your your face face and and say say it. it. Each Each wanted wanted a a stronger stronger response response with a press conference or statements on their social media platforms. I don't want to give all the details away of our conversation. But she knows is after speaking with the mayor could be something's happening behind the scenes in response to plan protest this weekend. She does want to make a move and we're going to support her. That's all beach could share for now, out of respect for their conversations, So we also reach out to the mayor to find out what that means. But no response. In the council did not get back to us either. I think the mayor needs to be front and center attorney Scott Lindsay of Seattle's former public safety advisor and says personal fear could be a factor. And one of the reasons for this leadership vacuum The mayor very unfortunately and upsetting to me, faced many instances of Protests, attacks graffiti, small acts of vandalism at her personal residence and this past summer. It also happened to some council members. Let's be crystal clear that is in attempt at physical intimidation, and that's why we need to stop them. They cannot bully us says even if city leaders do not speak out, neighbors and business owners should be prepared for anything. Almost

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Seattle leaders respond to Washington, DC unrest

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle leaders respond to Washington, DC unrest

"Another local Democrats blame President Trump for inciting his supporters as well. And she says she's also worried about what Trump will do in his final two weeks in office. Is this the end of the trump presidency in the final gas? Or is this the beginning of a new kind of division in America that is tolerated. I wanted to be the end of that and instead have a renewed spirit of coming together. City Council members Thomason what is calling on her socialist movement to come together to fight back and shut down the far right? Sawan faces a recall movement for allowing protesters into a closed city hall and speaking at a demonstration outside Durkin's home. And

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Seattle mayor blames Trump for Washington, DC riots as mob breaks through to Washington Governor's Mansion

News, Traffic and Weather

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Seattle mayor blames Trump for Washington, DC riots as mob breaks through to Washington Governor's Mansion

"Onto the grounds of the governor's match in Olympia this afternoon. Call most Cara Kostya Mitch has the update. Protesters breach the outer metal fence surrounding the mansion. Debbie s. He says at least 30 people on the mansion property. The governor is in a safe, undisclosed location right now with his family. Ah, large number of troopers did respond immediately. Earlier today, a group of up to 400 demonstrators gathered in front of the state Capitol in support of Donald Trump. I'm told that those folks that breached the property of the mansion were part of that group. I'm told that there have been no injuries and no property damage. The leaders reacted to the violence of the U. S. Capitol with King County executive Doubt. Constantine and Seattle marriage any dark and blaming President Trump for inciting the actions of his supporters, Durkin tells co. Moh news president of the United States has an obligation to step up and say this is wrong stop, and so far he's failed to do that, And to the contrary, he encourages this kind of activity, She says. Violence and destruction will not be tolerated in Seattle police have prepared to deal with it. Constantine calls of a sad dark moment. In our nation's history or hearing

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"I welcome back to another episode of the toddler can impact show. This is todd durkin and good morning. It is eight forty. Am record. this and i am feeling like a million bucks right now. I just had an awesome workout in my morning routine was dialed in. I took jersey out for thirty two minute. Walk and then i came into the home gym and i crushed upper body workout. I stretched from five five ten minutes. And i even did another five ten minute meditation just to get some quiet time ate. My breakfast showed up and i do my best work. Typically between eight and eleven. Am we talk about circadian rhythms. I talk about it and get your mind right book. And that's why i'm giving you my best right now. It's literally eight forty one. Am and today is all about being your best and actually. I'm not talking about the morning routine. That even though i did but people always ask me like what your morning routine like. What's your daily routine. Like and i've been beaten that up. And hey it's been beaten up by performance high-performance gurus for years. But one thing that i have been recently reminded of is how important not just your morning routine is but how important your night time routine is because if you don't have good nighttime routine then your morning routine is gonna go to go to the park. It's not going to be good. So i wanna talk about that today. I wanna be really transparent with what i do or at least what. I aim to do most days of the week. And i believe today that if you dial this in if you really think about what you can do to improve your nighttime routine. I'm going to challenge you now with the question normally end with what do you need to do to tweak or change your nighttime routine how can you be better with your nighttime routine. And what are you gonna commit to doing as you're listening to me. Speak about evening routine. What does it. You're gonna do to to improve your habits. I mean the bottom line is we all want improved performance. We want improve our energy We want to feel better. We want wanna increase improve. Our physicality are mindset. Nighttime routine is absolutely important. Now i was reminded of this recently..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Would be up in the air. Okay let's talk something other than football stalk you and your brother brady eating your mom and i out of the house passed. We go through more food and protein shakes than most families Because you got well. How much weight if you put on in the last eight nine months fifteen fifteen fifteen pounds and you work out. How many days a week. Now pry like four or five with the practices and then before like started quarantine every day. Okay where are you having the most fun right now. The gym and the gently definitely. Well folks is. You'll listen in right now. In the month of november we are getting after it in the gym. Yes the entire football team. That i coach and the strength. The addition coach the quarterback coach We are getting after in the gym and with some kids are at home gym summer. Fitness quest hand. God bless america It is so good to be working out. Kids needed adults needed. We all need it On that final final words. Luke as far as gratitude. If you look at this last eight months as far as gratitude we talked about your commitment to davidson to go there next year. Any anything else. That your mindset is like what you're most grateful for right now. I think with the whole pandemic a lot of things slowed down which allowed for opportunities open up and other like areas like the recruiting. That wouldn't necessarily have of happened as much if it was just normal like full school full across these full everything so i think with alex stopping of law things which was unfortunate. A lot of good things happened from it to some honestly grateful for that overall. What's one thing that someone that's listening in doesn't know about you that they should know about you. Because they hear about football they see social media and they think luke's looks really fought four point seven. Gpa student great athlete. Good what what should someone know about you. They don't maybe like at home for me and brady. We don't only work out. We joke around a lot and mckenna mckenna. I'll say that like so. We're not just on meat heads out all day. We we actually have lives. You do and i'll tell you something you probably don't know everybody is. Luke loves his mom and his sister and his mom and his sister loves spending time with luke. Matter of fact recently. I was out of town and Luke took the sat up in orange county because of cancellation everything else. He needed to take that And he had an entire day with his mother. And i haven't seen his mother. Melanie glow like that in months. And whenever you spend time with your sister mckenna she loves it. And i know you love it as well So you make sure as a young man who turns eighteen in what two weeks december tenth he turns eighteen. Can't believe that that You continue to love on your your mother and your sister. Because that's a that's an important thing right so there you go folks. I want you to hear from from our oldest luke And i know y'all follow.

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Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"It's been one heck of a ride and the last eight months one of my highlights. Luke has been watching you maturing grow up because you own the recruiting process. That wasn't a me thing that was a youth thing of you reaching out to. I don't even know it. Dozens or hundreds probably close to one hundred coaches on various levels. Right division. one two three. I like because back in march the spite you having a good senior a junior year in football there weren't tunes yet so in march you had the create those opportunities and you establish relationships when they reviewed your huddle tape next thing you know you started getting a lot of interest. And then all of a sudden in march and april in the midst of a lot of gloom and doom. The recruiting process really picked up. And that was because of your efforts. And i loved watching you own. That because like i've been saying you've got to create your own opportunities. You were able to create that now. We also in june. We took a trip to mama of william and mary which was very interested in had an offer to you as well as davidson and there were some other great schools as well including some ivy's that we're all interest in showed interest. Why did you choose davidson college as your place next year. In the fall of twenty. Twenty one well. I mean first of all like you said right when we took that trip like only stepped on campus. I think that the davidson felt like home. It made it a lot easier than it was before but overall i think the coaching staff coachee will not whole staff there and just the culture. They're building culture. They have their right. Now i'm just excited to be a part of it when i got there next year Like home and you think about home and where you're at Mindset right now as far as this coming season what if there's no season how do you approach that with your mindset approach right now as if there's going to be a season because i'm not really leading me think about if there's not good obviously if there's not that's unfortunately pissed but right now my head's is not in that place. I'm just assuming there will be a season in preparing for. There's going to be back in june. When we were talking. Your mom and i we got together as a family and mckenna and brady were both very involved in this recruiting process. Brady wisher little your psychic mckenna was laughing. Her head off as you were working the phones and talking to coaches and you had relationships with some great great coaches and universities at all levels Some of the top academic schools Athletic schools in the country In june we talked about you to make a decision. Because you thought that davidson was the place for you. and with all the knowingness of not knowing what's going to happen ivy league said. Hey we want to take a look for two or three games and neither season. And you like that. I i know i wanna davidson. That was the place for me. How important do you feel that trusting. Your gut has been in that process. I think that's been the most important thing for sure. Distressing your gut the whole time. Because if i if. I didn't make that decision early now. I'm just waiting. Ebbs be with all the uncertainty going on. I wouldn't i wouldn't have that locked in already..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Watching this on youtube. And you're listening be the podcast. He's got his princeton tigers hat that i think he's worn three hundred and sixty three days a year. Maybe two or three days a year. You don't wear it now. It's what five years old now. Probably at least years about so brady final words and by the way the get yoked program pretty an luke and mckenna. I cried that geyo program in april right after the quarantine started and that was one of my highlights with you is is creating that because brady's role in that wasn't just quote fitness model. Doing the exercises brady actually was helping me on the back end creating the the marketing of it and all of the the actual creation of the back end product. So if you got get yoked brady was a huge part of not only participate with the other kids lucan mckenna but also helping the back end so if you wanted to see that go to tottering. University dot com. And you can see what that's all about. And i think just that the biggest thing is the time the time with you has been awesome if there is a positive out of all of this all you kids is the time and to see you when i hear that music blaring through them when when you hear the music for me coming up this morning it happened this morning. Imagine that it's everyday folksy. You're getting it real talk but just like here's it early in the morning. Sometimes when i'm recording a podcast my walls in my office start to vibrate. Because all of a sudden i start hearing either heavy metal or hip hop or some crazy other music coming through. I walk out there. And brady's out there with headphones on his music is blaring and he's got like more weight than he should probably have on the bar so brady for being here today. I love you too. Happy thanksgiving ninety five hundred. I'll be there you go luke. This is your father luke. We're talking gratitude. It's thanksgiving and man right now as we record this there has been no football season yet there. Hopefully we'll be football season. But i wanna i wanna hear from you just kind of your mindset. Where yet these days. How you feel. I'm feeling good. I mean it's kind of weird not knowing if all the uncertainty about the football season so hopefully. Hopefully we get that. But i'd say gratitude one of the most. I am grateful for is the whole recruiting process and making that decision to commit david in vac couple couple months ago now. So i'm definitely grateful for that knowing where i'm going before with with all the uncertainty coming up about the season. Well i think when you look back and reflect what an eight month it's been and folks. There's a lot of parents listening in right now. Even kids that you don't know the direction and we never know the direction..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"You treat people in love people and how you support your brothers and your mother and me and i love you so much all right. It's time for the universe brady dirk in his here. Brady welcome to the show. Thank you my first time but thank you. It's a repeat repeat. Of course of course of course of course so brady how you doing doing good good. How are you tell me about something. Brady is the dreamer of the family. You gotta princeton hat on You gotta davidson shirt on. Isn't it shouldn't loop you wearing that shirt technically. Yeah but i think it looks better on me okay. you've gained twenty pounds in this in this pandemic twenty pounds of muscle is a muscle. Mostly muslim mostly muslim. You've been doing a great job working out. I want to talk about gratitude. If there's i don't know two or three things that you're most grateful for what are they won't be number one well. I'm definitely grateful for like the time that i've had with everybody that likes spending time with family. It's been really great like having everyone home. And then like of course like waking up late sleeping in that mean what is split is sleeping in for brady dirk me. I mean waking up at a lake nine nine thirty and then i can just go right down to the home gym and then work out in like an hour dude down there. That was like i did that every day. I put in so much time there and that was honestly awesome. Like i enjoyed that so much and then not honestly deepened. My my love for the gym. Okay but before you talk about your love for the gym also. There were times that you would get frustrated at me in the pandemic because i was down early morning screaming at folks on live on instagram zoom facebook. And it's like six seven o'clock in the morning and the home gym is right under your window. Why would you get upset and frustrated at your dad inspiring the world while you sleep..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"I haven't ran with luke in a while. 'cause i run or because he probably bell okay right. We're leaving somebody out if erase me. Why are you laughing. Who wins definitely me. What had say me You know what you're right on all all all those answers right there mckenna. She is one fast girl folks. And i love watching her play soccer and run a you and your mom go out several days a week brady new go out and run you out and work out quite a bit. What was the hardest thing about the pandemic you think. Did you have any tough time. Struggles or is it besides schools or anything else. That was tough or you just kind of dealing with it I didn't see my friends much. I'm seeing them now. More but in the beginning of quarantine. I did not see them much so it was just like a lot of family time and at the house. Oh working out. That's why folks if you are listening in right now and you're not watching on youtube. I'm looking at my daughter mckenna. And she lives a mini. Me of my wife melanie. It's like they look like two peas in a pod on this. Let me ask you a question. We started a tradition. A couple months ago and culture sunday venture sunday tell what adventures on the is and and and why we love it so much every sunday. We have an adventure. It can be anything going out to breakfast or working out last sunday. Last sunday we went to the field and Practice soccer and then the goalie i got. I get a lot of goals and it's fun. We always look forward to it. Like even on wednesdays. We'll talk like oh my gosh. You're so excited for sunday. So it's a fun day. It is a fun day. And it's given us that time because one reason why i wanted to start that was because throughout the pandemic i believe as a father. A lot of attention early on was going to. Luke recruiting the recruiting a lot. You know april may june. July is a lotta recruiting going on and you were so beautiful at the table. There's there's all this football talk and here you are. You have no soccer. Yeah no school. And i was like man. I'm not doing a great job as a father. I gotta spend more time and we started that and what was it like by the way internally if you can at twelve years old this is a tough tough question but at twelve here. You are the dining room table luke's on the phone getting all this attention for sports and culture and and that and was there ever a point i what about me or was it more like. Oh this is exciting. What was kind of like your internal thoughts much that it was like cool like st luke talking all the coaches and so i thought it was go. I didn't really think about it. Yeah no goodness one of the reasons i ask is because as a dad right if you parents out there you're always trying to like make sure all your your kids get attention in that and one of the reason why i love adventures our time like i tell them. Don't interrupt my don't talk. Football kids like the boys. I want my time with mckenna because as a father as dad I want that time with you value. It and i love whether it's breakfast workout going to the beach. Taking jersey jersey about blew out his knee at the be on that stuff so gratitude. It's it's thanksgiving. What are you most excited for thanksgiving day. What do you want to eat. What do you wanna do on thanksgiving day. I love all the food for thanksgiving like all the pies. The turkey all that stuff. It's just like super excited for going to help mom this week. Prepare.

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Morning morning. Sunshine's welcome back to the toddler impact. Show and i am at my home. Yes i am in the dining room today. And i am giving. Thanks because is thanksgiving week here in the us and man. This is like my favorite holiday of all time. it's simple it's all about food and football and family. It is going to be an awesome week. And what are the question. I always get from you all great. Mind right maniacs. Is you ask questions about my kids. So today's episode. I'm actually going to bring my kids into the episode. And we're going to talk about gratitude and giving thanks from both luke brady and mckenna. All three kids are dropping what they're most grateful for today. So a buck enjoy this and think about what are you grateful for so without further ado let me start grabbing these kids right now and talking about giving. Thanks from durkan kids. All right i've got mckenna. I got mackey girl here mckenna. Welcome thank you excited. I'm excited we're going to talk thanksgiving and gratitude and fun and what makes mckenna happy and hockey. It'd be the best dad and the whole entire world right yet okay. So what are you most excited about these days. What brings you happiness probably soccer. 'cause i've been doing practices and scrimmage we can't play and do tournaments but we are scrimmaging our teams and we have practice three times a week. So that's always fun so mckenna's twelve and she is in the seventh grade. What's it like these days to have virtual school and you don't get the hang with your friends very much other middle schools strength. What's it like to be in this virtual school. You like it. Love it or hate it. I do not like it. I mean it's definitely really hard. We have three classes instead of six which is nice but it's still super hard just like on muting and raising your hand. All that says hard a great job though in the morning when e. class i'm seeing you like do burpee push ups and usually do your own run in the morning. Yeah i work out in the morning. Usually 'cause after school. I have homework or middle strength days. I have that after school. But i usually like run in the morning. Me and my mom go out for a run or if we're not running then i'll go in the gym and work out. Why over the pandemic. You started working out more than i've ever seen you out..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Mind right now. Let's get back to the interview with coach. Martin Room I WANNA I WANNA talk about your book coach to coach And empowering story about how to be a great leader and this is this is not just for athletes as leaders. This is entrepreneurs high performers. It's people want to be their best and Martin. I read this. I gotta be honest. I read this in less than twenty four hours and not because it's a real short book is because it's real great book and I couldn't put it down. I literally couldn't put down. I was telling Melanie. No I gotTa keep bring this book and I I did see late one night to read it and I got up early next. I couldn't put it down and It's IT'S A it's a fable. It's a. It's a different type of book than you've ever written. Why did you write the book? And who's it for yet while it so you're absolutely right on that? Where the best word is that? It was a departure for me like in other books not done. They were more fitness books. Exercise books they always went over the the mental aspect of training and motivation. But but I guess what was as everybody over the years that I was teaching courses. I was teaching. This course called coaching. Great S and every time. I would finish it no matter where I was. Somebody would say man. You got to write a book about this like this. This is powerful. You gotTA write a book and Everytime I would even think about it just never felt right you and I've talked about it that I don't think he can right. It's hard to read a text book on coaching. You know like Oh a person says this. Now do that or when this happens now do this it like I think humans are so different. It's a great line as they say. Coaching would be easy. If it wasn't for the people right so it's because we're so different. Were Universal ideas that I knew I needed to get across and when I would look at my shelves or when I went back to my education I realized I never had that starter. Book that book that got it all going for me. This is what a coach is. This is what a coach's responsibility is and then now learn the other stuff and so I said I want to write it but how do I do it and you know like I? I love telling stories. I think that's something that I'm pretty good at and I said well what if I do a story. Giant story would stories inside the story and And then that only made it harder. Because I'd never done that before. And so it was this process but I was always mulling around with the with the idea and the idea and then one of my kids called me out one day and I just sat down and started going and I had to. I had to take time off right like meaning I stopped podcasting. I stopped blogging. Stopped my emails for a wide like this period so I could try to do something bigger. And here's the coolest part of the story. When it was done I knew I had something man like like I knew it. It's the kind of DINU. Is Tom Durkin Regis? He's GonNa flip like I did. I did but I just knew and so I sent it. I had no agent no nothing. No current publisher. I sent it into the publishing house. That does that style of books. You Know John Gordon's books and Patrick Lynch. Yonis sent it in was expecting all my rejections. You know thinking here. We go like chicken soup for the soul. Hundreds of rejections J. K. Rowling dozens of rejections and a day later they wrote back the head. Senior editor said. It's the best story we've read in this genre and so long we want it and we don't just want we want fast track. It no usually a book could take you know. A book can take like a year and a half. They fast tracked in three months so they could come out in March which was just this March when we all went into seclusion and man and the names as you see on the back cover stuff of the people that have got behind it. It's just everybody is recognizing it for what it is and And you're not alone like everybody's reading it so fast then going back to pull out the gold but it's hitting them so hard. It's exactly what I wanted to do. And Yeah like I told you. I'm considering this gift. That was finally able to put out there for everybody and the feedback has made it all worth it for anybody listening. Everybody says they want to write a book. It's not easy right like it's it's not easy but this was one of those had to get done kind of things and and and but here's but here's the best. You'll love this though because you and I talk about this stuff right here. It's here in my hands. Real right what. I want people to understand is it's not about the book it's about manifesting something you wanted to give like. It was an idea till I took action. And then it became real so like guys. Your thoughts are power. Your thoughts are magic so make sure right. Now they're positive and and they're they're focused on what you want so you. Are you ready for big line? Td is when? I wrote down a few days shared my network Monday. What state what. It's Wednesday or groundhog's Day. I don't know what they what get ready because you got you're GonNa love it you manifest what you magnify so whatever. Your microscope is on you. Few focused on a ton of negative stuff. Then that's what you get. You focused on writing and you wanted to create a certain book. And that's all you'll see and then all of a sudden manifest that in your life and that's that's not just me talking that's history right like all the great inventors all the great whatever business owners all that they guys whatever it is going on in your life is a function of what your magnifying right now and this book whether you ever write a book not anything though use it as the example like it wasn't real a now it's real because look what I said. I had to take time away from certain things and magnify other things until it was real right which goes to another cool idea. You'RE GONNA love this one ready. People ask me they keep asking. How'd you do it? How'd you do it? You know how I did it rain for the word neglect. So somebody might say well neglect. That's usually a bad word. What do you mean there? What do you mean well? I had neglect all the things that were wasting my time. And we're helping any way to ever get this book done now. I wasn't neglecting my family or my business but hey I wasn't watching net flicks. I wasn't wasting my time scrolling through the Internet with I. I wasn't in bad. Conversations are things that weren't helping me. So here's what's cool you manifest. What you magnify. That'll be a part of your life. But your but your life will show up on the things that you spend a lotta time neglecting to. I don't know it's like I've had some time to deep. Think on it. How did it happen and yeah people you know what this is? This is all the. Tv shows didn't watch like people will say. Oh did you watch this show? Ten seasons to our fifty episodes each like now. I I wrote this. Did you read this book but using that as an example half neglected eating bed? I've neglected sitting on the couch instead of working out and depending on the things that you do the things you neglect. It's a weird way of looking at where your life's going to end up so I- extracted out a few of the principles our statements. I'm going to say the statement if you could just react to it. Let me know because in this story. Brian night is a coach. He's a football coach and he's got play. Air Marcus He he disciples called disciples but night has his mentor. Coach and that mentor. Coach imparts a lot of wisdom and makes Brian Nights Certainly a better coach assuming that mentor coach would be your coach. Scarola in in the in the doric wreck how I envisioned it. And it's a lot of people ask. Who are these people wasn't real and you and I talked about this everything. The book guys is real. It's based off things. Don't happen to me or or the people are composites of certain people like Marcus. The athlete in the story. He's a composite by handful of these athletes. I train what? There's some real deep stuff that goes on in there that it was rea- and take the Brian's wife in the story I picture that after a man the challenges that I was going through and why was going in it six. Am and coming home at night. Now I got two young kids and she's like. Hey you gotta start coming home like you to now. They they know you're not here anymore. And so there were so many challenges and yes I would say the. The old coach is a composite of people. But I also believe he's a little bit of me to like meaning was I at twenty five and who am I almost at fifty and when I tell that guy. That was a lot of inspiration for the book you know. So you're here. We go rapid fire enthusiasm and you have an I. A S M capped yet. What is what is the. I A SM in enthusiasm and why is it important? Yes so that was given to me by a mentor. A long time ago and he'll hey if we were to measure what Todd Naidoo best if you were to say one word that when people describe us it's going to be enthusiasm and everybody should read that as well. Yeah that's a ticket to success but see. I wasn't always like this when I was an orthopedic therapist before. I got into fitness and sport. I wasn't that enthusiast. You would have never said that about me. And here's why because of those four letters at the end it's an acronym I a s M. I am sold myself see therapy. I wasn't sold. That was the greatest thing in the world for me or that was going to be now if any therapists are listening. Hey if that's your passion and your purpose co for but you better be on fire like we are with veins on neck getting people and it's that wasn't me. I was the not my gut. Sundays ruined because I've got to go to work on Monday. Guy And sit in traffic on the Turnpike and the parkway where like but man when I made the switch and I and I really did chase what was so enthusiastic about because I'm so sold I get everybody else sold to and that is that is the biggest secret you ought to be enthusiastic and for it to be authentic..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

16:04 min | 2 years ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"How much sugar three teaspoons coffees? Would you say you have a day? I only have one. Maybe maybe to not often anymore. Okay Eighty six years old. Mom You can do that. You can have two cups of coffee water. Put your sugar in your in your water folks. Don't try that at home. You're eighty six and you want to try. Go for it I did. I say gives me energy south. I'm still hanging in there. I still remember the cruise to Bermuda when when one of your private duty clients past and left us some money. You took every single penny that you did instead of investing it. You wanted to family cooped up on a cruise ship. I flew home from Germany. I was playing in Berlin Germany Football at the time and you took all of us on a cruise to Bermuda because you wanted everyone on a cruise for one week where we were uninterrupted. Do you remember that yes and I think what impressed me a lady a couple that I work for for quite a few years around the time I was divorced. They took me on my first. Who's ever been on? And that meant so much to see Bermuda and I enjoyed it so much so when I did committed this financial money. I thought what better way. 'cause a Lotta my case. Maybe never have an interest or clean afford it And say I'm not going but at least you've had the experience of what cruises like like something seventeen and my sister a couple of others but all the grandchildren. We all went and had a good. They all can do what they want. They can go golf if they want. Or You could go. Yup silly the cooking class but it was fun. It was a highlight. I think the entire family would say that. My my need to reveal a few things to you that I'm actually still in psychiatry for when I was a young kid like you broke wooden spoon over my but one tile four but I did I wanNA know why the heck folks I remember mom chasing me around this massive dining room table. That was for ten year eight kids mom and dad for ten with a wooden spoon and I had must have probably said something. Deviant little kid was nine and you broke the wooden spoon because of my heart. But you broke it. Just remember why I have no idea I still have a yellow was probably a Gulf saying I go use to stir my watch the parents. We don't necessarily recommend that. I was spanked many times when I was a kid including check this out errands. I remember when I was a young kid. I was a Tyke I was probably. I'm going to say eight nine years old. I try to do this backflip off of a lot of call lawn furniture and I didn't quite make the back flips and I cut my back open wide open to the point where needed stitches. I remember crying so much I go in and tell mom and she looks like we're going to need stitches for that one and instead of you like urgently take me to the ER. You proceed CA. Start cutting coupons out of the newspaper. What are you doing? Can you please tell our friends today? Who are listening in. Why did you not take me to the hospital right away to get stitches and preceded cut out the darn coupon out of the newspaper? I really don't know but I think it was. It wasn't bleeding seriously but I knew it's going to need stitches saw thanks for doing and the Turkey. The hospital and I got eight stitches if I don't if I don't recall it's because you said I don't WanNa waste gas going to the hospital and not going to this to the store so I went and got stitches. Eight of them in my bag still got a beautiful scar and now we we went to the storm and save twelve dollars at the score because the stitches that mom mom you know always taking a look bottom. Line use coupons but don't have to combine your your your trips to the hospital on that. I'll never forget that but mom was so calm. It's good and it's not that bad. It's ripped I could see your spine. But that's okay. Let me get these coupons going so love your mom. Thanks for that. I am such a better parent now after your your calm cool and collected this on that as well. Hey Mom you know one thing. I joke around about that because you really are the most patient person I I don't know how you you've done it growing up. You're born nineteen thirty three. Obviously you've seen a lot lately. The Corona virus kind of pulverized and paralyzed so many people and I've been on this tolerating crusade lately to say. Hey listen despite adversity. We've got to continue to take care of ourselves. Our bodies our minds our spirits deepen your faith. Now is a great time to deepen your faith. Pray more than ever before Take care of your mindset. Don't just listen to the news all day. It's not good for your mental health. Just watch the news. I've been really really encouraging people to continue exercising. I don't care which is your home. You've gotTA continue exercise even if it's your body weight if you've got some court like you gotTa have a physical outlet of the stress now in your time you've seen a lot of stressful situations Along the way and when I say stressful situations I'm talking everything from World War. Two Korea Vietnam. Jfk being shot the Iranian hostage. The Gulf War nine eleven and now is Do any of those kind of like standout you virus now but like out of all the things in your lifetime this one maybe. Kinda like you reflect upon and say well this Kinda. I remember this vividly. I remember when Paul went to Iraq. He called in January. We're carrying our driver to see Maribeth in Florida. She was living there. And he call these like Hamas a beautiful day strange the way he said you knew. The accentuation meant something. Say couldn't tell me where he was. I knew that so. It was just a short talk. We're on our way to Florida and as we were driving in Washington. What three or four hours from New Jersey we heard on the radio the bond redraft over in Iraq. So now it's like now. I understood what Paul was trying to tell us because he was prepared new. There're practicing for this Big Event to happen and my brother Paul second oldest brother who is a retired colonel in the Marine Corps Had several deployments on that and mom one thing that you know in your memory there. You've seen a lot of of things. I just mentioned a couple of them. Heck I had replacement last year. Paul go in a war. Stephen Heaven Horrific Accident America. Judy having kids at a young age my sister Karen having type one diabetes. How do you get through like when you get the news of Paul going to war or Stephen Terrific action what is your what is your mindset? I was talking about. Get your mind right get your mind right what do you do? What's your mindset to get through challenging times? I think when you hear of a stressful situation or you think is like yet to say to yourself. Well a now. Don't get excited. Relax and control yourself. Just try to relax and sink it out. I was fiance easygoing button. I didn't want to overreact to the whole thing..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

12:51 min | 2 years ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"It wasn't bleeding seriously but I knew it's going to need stitches saw what I'm doing and it took the hospital and I got eight stitches. Welcome back to another episode of target impact show and today. You are in for a special treat. She has been a long time. I want to have her on the podcast for a long time. I have my beautiful mom. Mafi Durken in the house today. Mom Say hello to all of our podcast listeners. Today say Hello. Hi there and welcome in my son. Todd Arlando far. That's why I am in Orlando Florida and this podcast. Today is coming through my phone because moms eighty six years old and I was down here in Orlando four four perform better which actually was cancelled due to the corona virus. And I'm like you know what we're GonNa take advantage of this opportunity to talk to mom and is going to be fun. We're going to have a delightful session where you smile. You laugh you love and you get a chance to to get to know. My Mom The woman who made me and seven of my brothers and sisters yes. I said seven. I have five sisters two brothers. If you've listened to previous episodes I've talked about that and If you read the book I talk about my Mama Lot. I devote a whole chapter to a because she truly is the most loving sweet beautiful tough woman you could ever meet so some rapid fire questions for Durkan and you can let it up and I hope this puts a big smile on your face. First off mom went when. And where were you born? I was born in Orange. New Jersey is Memorial Hospital October. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Thirty Three Nineteen thirty three. And then what would be something about you that no one knows or that you what is surely what. Selden that. Maybe I don't know or or that the world doesn't know that you'd like to share probably recently. I noticed I talk to myself my silly but no one knows that. I think all of us talked to herself mom. I think I'd say when you talk to yourself. Get Ned if I did something wrong or they will that you did a good job. Mary a lot few did it. So you have self talk. That's right see I call that self talk and what you say to yourself is important like it could be positive especially nowadays with everything going on it could be saying good things or you can be beating yourself up right. I won't ask you who your favorite kid is. I won't say that 'cause I should say favorites exactly they'll have little likes and dislikes or they have their goods demands and they all get along with the kids because if you could see her not only she eighty six years old. Eighty six pounds eighty six pounds of pure muscle. This woman is easier as boys or girls. Equally the same for me might different. Fi- five daughters and three sons last rabbit far question and I'll ask some deeper ones. You Odyssey me growing up and for you. If you haven't listened to earlier episodes please go back. Always impact one in two episodes. One and two are fantastic. I share a lot about growing up but when I was five years old. Mom and dad got divorced And I had the wonderful wonderful Love of my mom growing up and from age five to ten DISA- tremendous impact. I mean my whole life but obviously being those formative years after you and dad got divorced. I was playing soccer. Used to go to a lot of those soccer games and do all the laundry after football basketball baseball. Do you have a favorite memory and again I know we have seven brothers and sisters but when I was growing up with her a favorite memory of soccer football basketball baseball that you would possibly share. Maybe it was doing the laundry and I was at a favorite memory. I agree I enjoy doing our lawn. So it's nice and fresh. We enjoy going to the Games and looking forward to the next game or even when he did get a college scholarship which is great. While was that great. Well really. We didn't have heat enough to be tied down to a big school loan and a little bit easier on myself thinking about it on worrying about it knows very happy and we. We're only five six hours away to be able to travel to go see in the room. Yeah so it was. It was good because we didn't have the money to pay for college. So right. So how earned that Scott College. One thing guys I'll tell you. This is not an eighth grade growing up. We had to move and sell the House that mom and dad had since one thousand nine hundred fifty eight sixty one or sixty one so in one thousand nine hundred eighty five mom sold that house and moved and I pleaded to not move out of the district where I could play for coach Warren Wolf and the Brick Green Dragon. Shout out to all you brake lights out there but I remember this. Is How an eighth grader things I remember throwing. Footballs at the real estate. Sign in cracking it and half thinking that if if the sign was up on the front lawn that we couldn't sell her house why didn't know about like the whole mls in the listings? And that stuff so I thought hey as long as there's no sale sign on the front lawn we couldn't sell but we ended up staying in district so that I could play football at brick and for coach Wolf and then earning that scholarship was as a young man. Seventeen years old tremendously gratifying. Knowing that we couldn't afford college and that was gonNA certainly help you know guys coming in here. Mom had a a new habit a new fun thing that she's been doing. Y'All know that I've always talked about. Get your mind right for many many years and in June June second. We've got the book coming out. I walked in and I see all these needlepoint. What would you call them on their needlepoint signs but logos get your mind? Right needlepoint signs. How many have you made? I've probably made over twenty already and I think you're writing a book that'll be get your mind right so I feel what better way? Try to make different colors. Thank God it gives me something to do. Five o'clock in the morning. I start my needlepoint. I enjoy to relaxing. Even though I have arthritis I could still keep moving my hands so finally all memories of what I did every stitch. There's a story to every little one Bryan Joy. So you've made twenty of these at least. Do you have a goal like you? WanNa make going keep going many as I want takes how long to make like some. I take two or three days and how many hours you do quite a bit all day. So you're basically in business right now making get your mind right so we enjoy. Hi Julie. Doing I love. Send them out of their sisters. They all have one to hang up. I think we may have to now than Boundary Orlando and I see these beautiful signs here. We may have to get your mind right little giveaway here on the podcast Sir. Social media will see go to the show notes guy to check out the social media on that by the way. This is a little a little coffee talk. We're having because buffy his front were from Jersey so we love our coffee talk right. Mom Try and we're talking about. Get your mind right today. So you WanNa make how many how many you WANNA make get your mind right needlepoint. I have enough with any goal. Basically just keep going as long as I can unless you come up with a new name or logo and ain't it the new name get your minds pretty darn good especially right now. We've got to get our minds right. People are living in fear and desperation and everything else and they're not now is the time that we've gotta get our mind right. And I I came to tears when I saw those. Get your mind right needle points in what you're doing so hey mate what we're gonNA do something special. I'm not sure what it is yet. But but thank you for doing that. Those those are things that I'll remember forever and ever and ever and pray for the world today what this offer viruses going around. Well we will we will. That's for darn sure mom growing up You're a single parent. Essentially you know you and dad got divorced when when I was five. What was the hardest part of being a single parent back then? I think the biggest problem of paying bills just making ends meet. I was always a stay at home. Mom basically a of till Zan I make my own meals and peel potatoes and desert so that was not a problem. Clean myself well. It wasn't just for yourself. You had a bunch of kids kids to think about and the need the needs. They weren't as bad as appeal at one time. I don't know probably couple pounds but they all had good appetite. They weren't seizures. I will admit they ate almost everything I made. You say that so nonchalantly just a couple pounds. A couple of pounds is probably what does appeal to the tales. Hard from here hard with my hands year but I still enjoy my potato. How how did you how did you? How did you do that? How did you making ends meet? How did you make ends meet? What were you doing? I was a nurse so I did go back to school to get by. Knut relicensing private duty a worked at the hospital and some friends. I would be paid cleaner house but I enjoyed helping people and it paid my bills. Even though the kids were good babysitting or watching into like at home I try to get home by nine o'clock at night Your bottom managed it. I managed to get through it. And You wonder but you did it. So when people ask me where I got my work ethic from from the time I was five seeing my mom raise eight kids On a basically while while that had moved away Mom was working double shifts private duty in a hospital. Boston TALE. That make ends meet to put food on the table. And when I say food on the table May rice and beans one day and beans and rice. The next it wasn't fancy if we had a pizza from Caesar's pizza member Caesar's pizza laws and circle dollars apiece dollars and Wednesday night. It was like two one if I if I don't recall you know forget because That that that was a big night in the dark and household and I I just WanNa say thank you. Thank you thank you for the sacrifices that you made. Not only when I was a young boy but Karen my my my siblings closest in age and certainly moving on up Judy Mary Beth. You know all the way from Stephen Paul Patty Pan. Mary Beth Judy Karen and then me like you. Some tremendous sacrifices What would be one of your father's memories of being a mom like what what are some of the highlights that you love eight kids? That's unheard of nowadays. What are some things that you'd say words and are some of your best members? Well Looking back at Memories. I always remember even with the kids. They always drop me off at school a block away because I had an old car while it's not like tonight years ago you didn't have brand new cars. But they still embarrassed. That didn't mean anything to me you. You're lucky you got to school. What kind of cars? That Ellis Chevrolet or Nash. Dodge Dart or something like that you know but but anyway I laugh but they used to. They got through with it. Just be glad you have a ride. I enjoy baking and cooking because I- everyday I bake a cake or a pie every day every day to heal my sweet sugar but an making the donuts if they go ice skating Adams Street in the winter and I shake the doughnuts in a bag with delicious powdered sugar. Oh good don't seem to do those. I hope you're laughing. I am right now because shaking the donut shop sugar. Don't you.

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Like man. I've gained seven. Pounds is holidays. I feel like garbage on that. I'm just going to say than stop eating out as much. You are and make the right choices if you're going to eat out like have a salad with some chicken on top instead of having the whole Pizza Julie. That's right on the side dressing on the side or take half if it at bringing home in a doggy bag and had the rest for lunch or dinner like about that like overspending well the toughest thing to do is to to Woah. Set A budget folks. Yeah budget like you have to know what you can spend the holidays and not run up the credit cards. That's shot Dave Ramsey. Cut The credit cards cards up and don't overspend what's that caches get. Cash is good but most people don't and they overspend over the holiday so it's having the discipline when it comes comes to the finances of not overspending so if you're going into right now you're like. Hey I got a week or two left until Christmas or whatever whenever you WanNa get your holiday for Hanukkah whatever it is like. I'm not spending more than one hundred dollars. Five whatever it may be put number and that's what your budget is when you laugh like hundred dollars you get like five thousand dollars. They don't go into debt because of the holidays and then have to pay it off for the next six months with a credit card interest at eighteen percent. Look we're going to impact. PODCAST is going into finance. Ask You shall we talk money today and then when it causing like negative thoughts Because al you talk about how sometimes over the holidays. You're around family or friends who could be toxic. Woo family members that are optic. Let's let's get into the nitty gritty here But we talked about. Get your mind right you. Do you have to protect your energy Right now it doesn't matter by the wave as December or whatever month you're listening to the podcast at like listen there are toxic situations. There's toxic people. I Call Them Energy Vampires at all times you life and only you can protect your house. Must they protect your house on talking your Dome Your Head when you get your mind enright. That's protecting your dome and when you get your mind right when you get in there and you start to open up the heart and you give great light out you get positive thoughts out You GotTa be careful people of who you're spending time with or how much time you're spending with those folks jewelry comments on good point. You know what I would. I would limit my time with those people on. Just you know when you're around them pour into them pour into them and and Do what you can but then just walk away because you can't take what they have and what they're doing and carried it on your shoulders you have to be true to yourself and you have to love yourself and be able to walk away from that circumstance so so there you have it folks. Today's tighter can impact podcast. CAST is all about habits and I WANNA make sure that you are actually going into these next few weeks on fire. You're having these habits nothing. Oh I'm going to wait until January. Anyway I is that the New Year's off right. I'm going to start to lose weight on January second like no now. Don't wait okay Christmas. You might not work out or maybe you do Hanukkah workout. It's okay you're going to overeat a little bit then. Just burn more calories strap up your own heart rate monitor on your chest. Burn some calories get some maps and get your mind right. Whatever that takes you gotta make it happen now? That's a choice. That's a decision. Any final thoughts jewelry. Yes do it just do you. And don't don't say no. Just get up and go for that walk even if the ten fifteen twenty minute walk. You've got to do it. You got to move your body you gotta move your soul and start now. Don't wait I'm gonNA leave you with his quote. That's one of my favorite. When it comes to the habits yet I taught by the time? Is that your thoughts. Become your words your words become your your flesh your flesh become your actions your actions become your habits your Abbott Your habits become your character and your character becomes comes your destiny and your legacy all starting with your thoughts so don't eat too much sugar over the holidays because the sugar affects your thoughts. It's yes sugar legacy yes. There is a direct correlation via the study from Todd. Durkin that your thoughts are all impacted by what you eat it by who you hang out with who you train with what you're doing. And whether it's December you're listening or the middle of July never accept the excuse that all I'm busy we don't have the time. Listen we all have the same time. I want you to get out there and crush it today and make this holiday season. The best one of your life. Healthy Habits Abbott's healthy mind healthy body and healthy spirit love it and I want to thank Brian and Ali. Those are two really really great questions during this time and and speaking of Brian. I think todd has a little message. Brian Schatz you because one of the reasons why we picked your question because you gave us an awesome review and and why the way. Because you guys aren't busy enough for the holidays you're sitting around you under the mistletoe. Taste MUCCI smooching. All that with your your loved ones. You have plenty of time to write later review right now. Like a five star review for the toddler can impact show light bridet and he says I love what you do and you're a stand out in my opinion I'm loving the podcast. I'm doing my Wfan I listened to all the different episodes And thank you for bringing God into the mix mind body spirit with God. All things helps. I have a morning routine now now I have my holy hour and I'm I'm doing great things in my life. Thank you to you and the podcast Brian. That's what I'm talking about. That's an awesome review. Keep those reviews coming the star rating and writes reviews especially over the holiday. Times matter of fact. If you do that you might get a little special gift from yours truly. I'm watching aw..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Question? I think what I'm most thankful for. You're in the journey that we've gone through this year. Is that Gary Anaya Fall in love with each other again and have found a new way to live our lives and new norm We laugh we cry together. We work out together There's a lot of things that we do together that we didn't do together before because we took it for granted it We took our health for granted our time together for granted. We've been married thirty one years November eleventh so we just had a wedding anniversary and We're looking forward to renewing our vows in two thousand twenty and spend the rest of our lives together and hopefully In good health and sometimes times gratitude comes with loss enforcing you didn't lose Gary but Christie lost cabin. He succumbed the cancer. This year Christie what do you think she'll be most grateful for being her best friend. How does she find? Thanks in in such a tough time. You you could have lost Gary. And he's GonNa be sitting there with you. She won't have Kevin. What will she find gratitude? And do you believe in a year of loss. I think just being there for for her kids being there and just being thankful for the time she had with Kevin and I think thankful for that. Kevin didn't suffer too long even though he wasn't with us much much too long after he was diagnosed. But it was actually a blessing that He is now in God's its hands and that he's living under life and that he is looking down on us and the kids but I think Kristie would be most thankful for the kids and where they're at in the stages they're going through The struggles are going through but also the time that she has with them and the time that they're going to have together as a family And the joy they bring to her. That's great final question Julie when you sit down today what are you most excited for unbased giving what are you most excited not eat. Oh Gosh I must deserve a lot of stuff stuffing. I didn't ask that question stopping. She's he's got the Berry Pie. Jeff what are you most excited about. My sister's macaroni and cheese. Macaroni and cheese. Wow Wow now I gotta be honest with you I I. I mean as far as thanksgiving. I Love Apple Pie and my my mother. God bless her. She's eighty six years young. She has this thing called hard sauce. It's pretty much nothing but pure sugar and you put that all over the Apple Pie so I plan on absolutely crushing a workout on Thanksgiving thanksgiving morning so if you're out there crushing I'm probably with you right now on my mind zone belt getting after it so I can earn not just one apple pie slice. I'll probably have to do you eat and then you take a nap watching football and then when the footballs go back for seconds and then Friday we always have the you know the burn the bird workout in the Turkey toss. Aw there's nothing better than on Friday black Friday having a little extra some leftovers as well right so yeah so this this is being being real here and I want to hear from you guys on this thanksgiving. What are you most grateful for and What brings you joy? Because maybe you've been through hell and back and The beautiful thing about about Janet Jeff and Julie today is in their own right. They've all been through Helen back. Some of them are still facing their challenges right. I just like you I believe we face so much more adversity today than sometimes we even think we can handle and when you look at the the poem footprints when sometimes and you think you you you know you can't handle it you look in the sand and there's only one set of footprints and that's got said That's me caring you. You thought it was your footprints. No those are God's footprints that are caring you. If perhaps on this Thanksgiving Day this Thanksgiving weekend this holiday season. Whenever you're listening to this podcast is that I want you to realize this? Is You gotTa make sure that you continue your best practices. What was your saying Janet? You gotta eat that pain you gotta eat that pain. Jeff give any hope and inspiration for our folks listening being today over the holidays from Thanksgiving to let's say Christmas and Hanukkah into the new year. Is there one piece of Wisdom Janice had eat. Eat that pain. What would you say if you have kids? Cherish them out to make the time count and just because I don't get to see them every day Can you take it for granted. Does not there so every interaction with them whether it be a game or just as simple as playing tag or peek. A Boo. You know just you. You know sheriffs in and I know they'll remember it you know when they get older so just cherish these tribes nice joy final thoughts final thoughts. I want you all. I'm GonNa Challenge everyone out there today to go out and kiss your spouse love your spouse make sure they know how you feel about them. Don't take them for granted. Wanted and live the rest of your life with happiness. And if you don't have a spouse which the kiss someone that's at the table right maybe maybe just on your daughter. Maybe it's a friend. Make this holiday season one of love right so we talk about that. I think the thing. I'm most grateful four today on this Thanksgiving Day. Holiday is I always I try to spend a Lotta time in gratitude. But I like Jeff was saying like like Janet was saying Julia was saying Being in the moment and actually taking a snapshot picture of the people who are right in front of my face my family Who on the holiday today? We are more grateful for but the fact that we can break out the orange dishes. The dishes that have been brought to the Durkin household and in over fifty years. I think of Tradition and to eat off those plates at mom passed down and You know we continue certain traditions on that is just being in the presence of my family and knowing that there are so many blessings in life and define those blessings Right now in health in good times in tough times that you could always find something good out there. So on behalf of Julie Janet Jeff I wish you and your family a very very happy Thanksgiving a happy Thanksgiving holiday and as we embark upon the holidays To really stay strong and to think about to keep going These folks Via Pit. Him is what it means to keep going into. Not Give up into find fate into to relish and be grateful for your health and every now and then and to stop and make sure you eat that pain. That's a good one. Folks have an incredible Thanksgiving happy Thanksgiving holiday whatever day. You're you're listening to this. It's always a great day to live in gratitude. Peace and God bless thank you guys..

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"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"durkin" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"Listen to the chorus thing and hey we've we've asked the interns they've been grinding for eight weeks and they're graduating this week and the opportunity sit down on the podcast and to to ask any question they want on business leadership training personal growth career tracks whatever it is that's on their mind. They have a chance to ask the question today day. So let's go down the line real quick introduce yourself and a little bit of background and we'll dive right in. Hey guys I'm Julia. I'm currently going into my second year <hes> Fairfield University diversity which is in Connecticut. If you don't know I play volleyball there I've been training fitness quests per four years now and <hes> super fired up for this podcast <hes> and I've learned a lot out of this internship just seeing how much of an impact I could be to other girl training four years at ten and going in and in to what what year now airfield second year second year second year just a sophomore check it out guys. My My name is not. I am going to be a junior Washington University in a couple of weeks. Go cougs yeah there. I'm studying sport management. <hes> I WANNA get into to some sort of like sports business profession <hes> once I graduate but his internship here is helped me personally and physically on getting to know more people coming out of my shell that I've been in although I was finished quest client first time back in two thousand eight when I was about nine years old only so even living on the other side I've seen the impact I've seen the way of <hes> coming out and you know kind of finding your true self and getting along with people better and I've also in the physical side as well like learning about more like P- rehabbing rehab south. I'll take back to me that I didn't know beforehand interesting fact you had a class last semester with Mike Leach coach football coach Insurgent Warfare Football Strategies is a nice ninety minutes seminar <hes> for the month of April where we talked about war and the VAL football and not how they're the same because they're not the kind of how their little more similar. What was the one thing that you learned from coach. Leach either what he said how he carried himself. What what is it <hes>? It's more about his saying about swinging your sword about how your body's sort many. Don't want your store to be dull. Dull sword soared y'all can be able to take down your opponent but if you sharpen your sword if you know if you're in the weight room if you're training consistent love it you're gonna be able to take down your opponent and if you swing your sort of into nasty and your violent and you're aggressive. You're better off being passive love aggressive fantastic. Hey guys on Alex costs. I got my bachelor's in Kinesiology at San Diego state in two thousand seventeen currently have one semester left at San Diego State and I'm working on a master's in exercise physiology not nutrition science. This engine ships been great really diversified. Training South had a lot of fun here and it's really made me realize that there's not one way to train anyone. Athlete thebeat lot of cross training involves learning from the trainers and <hes> really excited for today. I really just want to go and see what's inside that brain those gears turning into the mind right maniac man and what what's your goal. What do you WANNA do Sunday. I WANNA work with professional athletes. Which is why I took this internship. I didn't do for college credits or anything I've just heard so many great things about it and I know some people who've been through it and so I wanted to do it mainly for the experience and I know that you train a lot of high quality athletes and even the average joes but they're all treated the same way I also have aspirations of owning my own facility at some point and everything I've learned this internship has just catapulted me into doing exactly that awesome awesome Nice Job Alex. Thank you Chevy. Hello hello everybody. Thank you for having us here. I'm so super excited for being here to to be able to talk to you. I am actually a fan of Melanie Durkin. Yes he's my professor to meet this <hes> I won't I'll say better half. Let's say this meet this. I'm super excited. I had no idea she's so modest about who her husband is so I'm just happy to actually be in the room with todd today and be able to talk to him. <hes> you know a little more one on one and <hes> have his attention rather than be watching him from the distance train which he is so great at <hes> so. I am alive learner and I go to southwestern college again with Melanie your wife and when and she gave us the opportunity to come here. I just knew that it had to be done and again. I had no idea what I was walking into but we came here for <hes>. I'm just to walk around before the internship started and soon as I walk through the door so much love and I said Oh yeah I need to be low so I'm very happy that I had the opportunity and much more excited to be able to talk to you. One on one like I get to do with Melanie more often also Chevy. If you guys haven't listened to the previous episode with with my wife Melanie definitely tuned and she talks about her experience as a teacher and professor at southwestern college and <hes> Chevy done a great job here the internship so congratulations. I think some semblance of Garett what's up on Garrett Garrett. I'm currently a student at UCSD going into my third year <hes> <hes> longtime client of fitness quest through both my family. My sister has gone here for multiple years. <hes> I'm actually going on seven years as a client. I'm here now and I intern last year and this is actually my second year interning finished quest and the main reason behind that is just the community. It's such an uplifting feeling being here with all the other interns and all the other coaches an environment of just motivation and optimism. That's just <hes> something I wanted in my life. It's something good to have so second time intern. Did you pass the first time I think the past because they brought me back nice good guys. You're looking at five and listen to five great interns on this end today. All we're doing is opening up for questions of who wants to go first and whatever you have question wise. Let's rock and roll tune in go ahead all right. Td I got a I got a question that I was thinking of. It's been on my mind for a while. While since I was in deficit training as a high schooler so your success and with the success of fitness has a gym the two different brands how come there was never are bigger expansion because there's forty two forty two forty one staff Yup Yup and if you look at the space when I walk in you're kind of like wait seriously you kind of you know. Take a step back and then you kinda grow to appreciate it more but how come there was never a bigger expansion into like a more of a warehouse type facility or more of a conventional right. That's it's a common question. I get actually is you know why why don't you have this twenty or thirty thousand square foot warehouse and people come in expecting that and they walk in and we have eight thousand square feet an eight thousand square feet is distributed between three thousand square feet upstairs in the roots and then five thousand square feet down here but two thousand square feet of this down here is absolutely massage therapy physical physical therapy locker room and everything else and <hes> you know believe it or not when when I was growing the business I always wanted to be the best. I never wanted to be the biggest. I always want to be the best and I remember wing cotton asking me about <hes> you. WanNa have won five hundred. I said I want to have one. I want the best one and I WANNA make sure people fly in from all over the world and come train with me and one thing I've realized over the last nineteen years is that it's not the size of the business that makes you successful well. It's the culture that you create in the community that you create your business. One of the secret sauce is that we have offended question is that we're not twenty thousand square feet. It's because the culture culture here is contained in a space that you can get this energy electric. You guys have felt that this summer with Alex and the training in that and that's part of the the secret sauce and I it took me a while they realized that because my mic growth mindset so I was like yeah we gotta get bigger and bigger and bigger but I've learned that bigger is better better better. Bigger isn't better better is better so my ego sometimes like man we should have that big space but Mike we will know because my love and my passion isn't and managing brick and mortar. It's not in growing in really changing lives and one thing of the last let's say five years especially the last two years. I realized as we've grown our our our brand with social show media and digital is that we don't need more or bigger brick and mortar to impact more lives right so what we have done now and I made a strategic decision when we expanded expanded down here in two thousand six took on the extra five thousand square feet is much of my growth in the last few years has been outside of the brick and mortar. It's been with growing my mastermind group. We have now one hundred eighty seven fire breathing dragons where I could digitally literally coach trainers worldwide we actually have a coaching program that just launched to every day high-performers MOMS and Dads grandmas GRANDPA's who want the most out of life in training and mindset and all that so what I realized is there's so many ways to grow and it's not always defined by having brick and mortar matter of fact unless you know you on brick and mortar. I would suggest maybe not having brick and mortar unless you know you wanna be really like doc here all the time so for me. That's the reason why we haven't grown to more quote space. It's been more. I want to grow in different areas. I want to write my books and speak more and and grow the mastermind group in the coaching groups in all of that as well right I'll say or I'll add one thing onto. What I've experienced has client is at you. You you meet people yummy different. You're not sure anyway just because you're so closing share the same space and I'll go for a while although you although you may never be in a training session with them you come to grow a a <hes> relationship bond some sort of friendship between the two that's part of the it's part of the tactic tripping over each others. You have to get to know each other right when when you have let's say eight ten twelve trainings actually going on some of those are small groups one of the things. I've always said since day one or two thousand is I won't ever trainer introducing their a client to another client always introducing why because.

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