35 Burst results for "Dustin"
NBC to Provide Fair Telecast of US Open
"You know what, I'm glad I'm glad it's not faldo and I'm glad it's not Nance calling this thing. We got the NBC crew calling this call in the U.S. open this week and I think that's great because obviously CBS and the PGA Tour are so in bed with each other that they wouldn't be able to get over showing Dustin Johnson contending at the end in a U.S. open. So I'm glad NBC's got it. I think we'll get a very fair telecast this week. With them having it said CBS.
Golfers put aside 'reprehensible' Saudi moves to join series
"The Liv gulf international series starts this week backed by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund This has been incredibly polarizing Graham McDowell brought up the political ramifications of aligning with a Saudi backed tour Take the Khashoggi situation we all agreed that that was reprehensible No one's going to argue that fact U.S. based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018 U.S. intelligence services believe it came at the orders of the Saudi crown prince But we're golfers you know And speaking personally I really feel like golf's a force of good in the world I just try to be a great role model to kids I know what the game of golf has taught me McDowell is trying to avoid discussing the specifics of the country he is effectively working for Phil Mickelson has joined the live tour and Dustin Johnson quit the PGA to join I'm Ed
"dustin" Discussed on Counter Apologetics
"There's a lot of detail that is just impossible to cover in this medium. But there's also just so many interesting things that just come up in the argument, like stuff about bayesianism and conceivability. Simplicity is a theoretical virtue, just like general philosophy of mind stuff. There's all kinds of interesting stuff that just comes up in passing. And it was like a very interesting read for me for that reason. At one point, I read the part about spinozism, and the arrangement of stars in the sky. And it actually indirectly led to me becoming a compatibilist. So reading the section in this paper about the necessitarianism and cleaving metaphysical and epistemic possibility. And I feel like it leaves room for alternate possibilities, which some people think is important for free will. But anyway, all I'm saying is that in reading this paper, there were just throw away things that influenced other views I have, including stuff about bayesianism and whatnot. So highly recommended for me. It's a pretty complicated argument and a lot of stuff comes up, and that's even the things that we have talked about are handled more carefully in the paper and stuff. So I would encourage people to go to get read it. And it is kind of long, but I don't know, I think it's not. It's kind of fun. It is fun. It's dense. So it's not for the week of heart, I guess. But yeah, it is like 40 pages long. But yeah, hopefully this made it more digestible and hopefully, especially in the first ten minutes or so, people get gist of what the argument is. And I would like to see more people debating it and discussing it and stuff because like I said, I think this is a really good argument for theism. And yeah, go follow Dustin on Twitter. Dustin crumb and go to Dustin crumb dot com to read his other stuff. I also, in the intro, I was going to mention that you went on crusade against ignorance a bunch of times. Micah edmondson's channel. So I'll link those in the description, but yeah, is there anything else you wanted to mention or.
Live Updates | Scheffler fires 67, leads Masters by 5
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Right at home: South Korean Im grabs Masters lead on Day 1
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Tiger Time: Woods thrills patrons with Masters comeback
"So so so so J. J. J. J. M. M. M. M. is is is is taking taking taking taking the the the the first first first first round round round round lead lead lead lead at at at at the the the the masters masters masters masters the the the the Korean Korean Korean Korean defying defying defying defying the the the the windy windy windy windy conditions conditions conditions conditions with with with with a a a a light light light light five five five five under under under under sixty sixty sixty sixty seven seven seven seven he he he he is is is is just just just just one one one one clear clear clear clear of of of of the the the the informal informal informal informal strain strain strain strain and and and and Cameron Cameron Cameron Cameron Smith Smith Smith Smith book book book book ended ended ended ended his his his his round round round round with with with with double double double double buggies buggies buggies buggies but but but but made made made made eight eight eight eight birdies birdies birdies birdies in in in in between between between between to to to to take take take take second second second second place place place place at at at at four four four four under under under under former former former former champion champion champion champion Dustin Dustin Dustin Dustin Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson a a a a New New New New World World World World number number number number one one one one Scottie Scottie Scottie Scottie Scheffler Scheffler Scheffler Scheffler are are are are among among among among those those those those two two two two back back back back at at at at three three three three under under under under Tiger Tiger Tiger Tiger Woods Woods Woods Woods was was was was impressive impressive impressive impressive in in in in his his his his opening opening opening opening round round round round the the the the five five five five time time time time champion champion champion champion rolling rolling rolling rolling home home home home three three three three birdies birdies birdies birdies during during during during a a a a one one one one under under under under seventy seventy seventy seventy one one one one on on on on ground ground ground ground like like like like us us us us
"dustin" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Well, it's not official yet. No contracts on pizza. What happened? Yeah. Well, I hope it didn't blame it on me anyway because, you know, I just wouldn't leave you alone, just wouldn't leave you alone. He kept saying all you're fighting, or who are you fighting? What are you doing? And then, of course, you know, Ken had been watching some of those old Johnny Carson shows recently where, you know, what was the name of that guy, the maze? Johnny Carson had another guy with he would put that big hat on and forget what that guy's name was. Karen karnak the magnificent magnificent magnificent thanks to rob that was the guy thank you, rob. Connect the magnificent. I wish you had that head dress you could put on right now. Just to throw it on just for special effect. Let's get to the next show. Thank you again and thank you for your time. Thank you for your honesty. Thanks, ma'am. Thank both of you guys. Thanks for reaching out to each other after the fight. And I hope you and your family he'll up and get back to moving, man. We will. We will Dustin. And the best give the best of your family. Thank you. While I can't help you with the sparring, I'll be down on by the end of the week to start running with you. We'll get this. We'll get that fitness right now. Let's go. Let's hit the road man. Listen, good luck with everything. I hope you get the fight. I hope it goes through, wish you the best in the fight. And happy new year to you, happy new year to all the listeners. Thanks for being with us. The reason we do this show, thanks to guys like Dustin, keeping it entertaining all the time. Again, happy new year, everyone, and we'll be back next week with the official announcement Dustin Poirier in ATS. Let's go. Two weeks. So we just saw..
Kings add to short-handed Panthers' woes with 4-1 victory
"Jonathan Jonathan quick quick stopped stopped forty forty shots shots in in the the kings kings improve improve to to three three oh oh one one one one in in their their last last four four games games by by topping topping the the Panthers Panthers four four to to one one Andrzej Andrzej Kopitar Kopitar and and Dustin Dustin brown brown scored scored second second period period goals goals to to help help Los Los Angeles Angeles and and Florida Florida to to its its third third straight straight regulation regulation loss loss Ali Ali Mada Mada scored scored for for the the first first time time in in seventy seventy five five games games to to pad pad the the outcome outcome Florida Florida was was without without seven seven players players because because of of covert covert nineteen nineteen protocols protocols the the Panthers Panthers had had a a recall recall for for players players from from their their ECHL ECHL affiliate affiliate after after Aaron Aaron Ekblad Ekblad in in Frankfort Frankfort trying trying to to were were ruled ruled out out earlier earlier in in the the day day I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Justin Herbert has 3 TDs, Chargers beat Eagles 27-24
"Dustin Hopkins kicked a twenty nine yard field goal with two seconds left in regulation to give the Chargers a twenty seven twenty four win over the eagles Philadelphia tied the game on Jan one hurts to a twenty eight yard touchdown pass to devante Smith with six or seven the plate quarterback Justin Herbert threw for three hundred fifty six passing yards he threw two touchdown passes and ran for another for the Chargers who approved the six and three hurts threw for one hundred sixty two yards with the eagles whose record fell to three and six Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Americans win Ryder Cup in a rout, send Europe a message
"The United States team has secured a record breaking winning the Ryder Cup the U. S. one seven of the twelve individual matches and tied two others to finish with a record total of nineteen points which in turn produced another record the ten point winning margin the largest ever against Europe Kolubara Congress secured the win by tying the fifth match of the day Daniel Berger secure the record nineteen point in the last match of the tournament Dustin Johnson at thirty seven the oldest American team member won all five of his matches to be the standout player of the event I'm grand like us
Americans take largest lead against Europe in Ryder Cup
"The United States team is extended their lead other you're about that the second day's play in the Ryder Cup and head into the last day singles with a seemingly insurmountable six point lead once again the U. S. dominated the morning foursomes winning three of the four matches Europe mounted a mini fight back in the fold old matches winning two of the floor but it's still left the star studded American team with the dominant eleven to five point lead Dustin Johnson and colon or a comma continued to lead from the front remaining unbeaten for the week after adding two wins on the second day I'm Graham I got
Young U.S. team puts Europe in its biggest hole at Ryder Cup
"The star studded American team is taking a commanding four point lead after the first day's play in the Ryder Cup and a windy whistling straits course in Wisconsin Jon Rahm Sergio Garcia gave Europe the first point of the day but then the US heavyweights led by an inform Dustin Johnson took command of the day they won three of the four opening foursomes matches and took that momentum into the afternoon four ball matches where they were unbeaten after winning two of the remaining four matches and tying the other two the U. S. tallied six points to two heading into the second day's play I'm grandma like us
"dustin" Discussed on You Need a Budget
"Heiner he is a real estate investor focused on passive income. And what's interesting in chatting with dozen is one you can tell that he's very passionate about it too. He had a bit of a wakeup call as he well experienced a shaky foundation in his. What should have been very secure and Stable job and that kind of just jarred him and action. he speaks about real estate. Investing in a way that is refreshing to me because he is all about building the business of real estate versus you know going out and buying a property and kinda. How can you through the thing. So i really appreciate that this coming from a guy that went out and bought a property. Kinda act his way through the thing for a little bit i kind of stumbled into. Oh this needs to be a business. Needs to have some process later down the path but doesn't e- he makes us very good analogy into kind of instruct on How you should think about it and basically everyone thinks about it backwards and again raising my hand here. I did that and wish. I would have had his advice to Get started differently anyway We discuss very briefly. What passive means and That it doesn't mean no work ever. I discuss you know why not just do Index funds or something that are really crazy passive and you just you know. Check your brokerage balanced while you're sipping some fancy drink on a beach right so dustin pushes back on that as well anyway. I are thoroughly enjoyed the podcast. So here is my conversation with dustin heiner of.
Candelario and Garneau Homer, Tigers Beat Rays 4-3
"Was a uranium earned his fourth win in chamber Candelario hit a sixteen home runs the Detroit Tigers defeated the Tampa Bay rays forty three candle areas three run blast off rays starter Ryan Yarbrough came in the top of the first inning and catcher Dustin Garneau added a solo shot his fifth of the year an inning later Garneau credits his teammates on being able to bounce back from Friday's collapse to take the game feels like the game last night hurts more than I get blown out because you're there playoff teams and the way we responded it was awesome tweets we want to see your in your followed a three inning scheduled start for tark's Google by allowing just two hits while pitching into the seventh the tiger snap a two game skid while Tampa bay's leading the American League east and now down to seven and a half games over Boston Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Hopkins Converts 2nd Chance, Washington Beats Giants 30-29
"Dustin Hopkins kicked a forty three yard field goal as time ran out to give the Washington football team a thirty to twenty nine win over the giants the game winner came after Hopkins missed a forty eight yarder but the giants were called for an offside penalty giving him another chance Hopkins kicked five in the game his counterpart Graham gonna also had five the last one but the giants in the lead with two minutes to play but Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke led the team on a fifty yard drive to set up the game winner we knew that which anyway to get a field goal and we practice situation what practice so that the guys are ready and for to come to fruition for us to accomplish that goal in a game it's was huge Heinecke threw for three hundred thirty six yards and two touchdowns Greg heist Landover Maryland
Kabul Wasn't a Withdrawal, It Was a Retreat
"I've been waiting all week for this. He is the vice president of the heritage foundation heritage dot. Org he is the man we go to for all matters national security and foreign policy. Jim califano welcome back to america. First you're on am. I know not live on national radio. America you have to actually here. So let's i think there's two big issues one is what they're gonna do next which is going to make things even worse in the white house and and the other is what we how we stop it okay so before we get to that for two days. Now i've been quoting. You'll tweet here on america. First very powerful super powerful visual tweet where you said. The compost wasn't a withdrawal. It was the result of contact with the enemy. Which means it's a retreat. Jim what write that what. So here's what happened. And i'm not nancy drew but i think and i even think on your show. People have unpack this understand. What's going on biden. Convinced himself that afghanistan was going to collapse. He so he had and so he grabbed gani. And he said you're going to cut a deal with the taliban and you're gonna turn the country over to the taliban and what you guys are going to do is let me leave first. And then the country's gonna collapse and it won't happen on my watch and it won't be fall and what happened is of course. The taliban were like well dude. If you just tell us you're leaving we're not gonna cut any deal and of course ghani got cold feet grabbed his suitcases and headed for the door. And then what biden did was just executed is planning precipitated. The collapse and then he put himself in a situation where where there was no escape. It's literally like dustin hoffman walks up to customer and says dude there's a million indians on the little bighorn don't go there and then custard charges anyway and and get surrounded by the by the indians and then he then he turns to the guy next. How could this possibly happen.
Chapman's 2 HRs Help A's Top Tigers 9-3 for 3rd Straight Win
"Matt Chapman smacked a two run Homer and a solo shot in the athletics third straight win since a six game skid nine three at Detroit Chapman's first round tripper broke a third inning tie is the ace handed the Tigers their fourth consecutive loss mark can also homered as Oakland moved within one game of Boston for the second AL wild card the eighties pulled away with three runs in the fifth taking a six one lead on canon's two run shot numbers like we did tonight it just makes it a lot easier to win ball games banks are right now not much more Josh Harrison provided three hits and two rubies in the win Dustin Garneau with Derek hill hit solo homers in the fifth for the Tigers I'm Dave Ferrie
Can You Escape a Drama Triangle?
"Angela. I recently came across. Something called the drama triangle. Also known as the karpin triangle. Since it was created by the psychiatrists stephen cartman. Can you explain the carpet triangle. And why it's worth knowing about. I find it more useful to refer to as the drama triangle. It is dramatic. And this is how i know about it stephen. It's not because psychologist. But because i run a little nonprofit called character as you know. And when i was a green leader i even in a small team had this phenomenon where one person would not like another person and then how do you make a point. The third point was me so disgruntled employee number. One would come to me. And say hey. I don't really like employee number. Two then i would say something that i thought was comforting to disgruntled employee number one but then employee number two an hour later comes into your office annoyed about employee number one this can go around and around and motions. Heighten didn't know this term drama triangle. Until i consulted a management coach. And you realize that you're in the middle of one. Yeah well i call up. This leadership coach named dustin peterson. And he says oh classic drama triangle. Little drawing like occurs you. Here's employee number one. Here's employee number two and what you never get all three people talking at the same time and you certainly never get any resolution. I also see that. The three points are assigned to particular roles which are usually called the persecutor rescuer and the victim all right. let's start with the first person who is the victim. The victim is being annoyed by the second person. Who is there persecutor. So let's say that you're the victim. Stephen always always the victim. And somebody else. I'll just see rebecca rebecca's persecuting you rebecca's annoying you cutting you off in conversation ignoring your emails. You're the victim. She's a persecutor. Can i just say for the record. Everything you're saying one hundred percent true. I'm glad it's finally coming out on the air because you know she's got this whole holier than thou fact checking thing going on related. Stevens said this wrong. Stevens said that wrong. So now you need a third person and that's me because you who are the victim. Get to complain to someone who gets put in the role of the rescuer. So victim runs to the rescuer starts complaining about the persecutor. What typically happens. Is i just kind of comfort. You disagree with you and i spoke your flames of indignation. Another day though. Maybe rebecca's the victim and you're the prosecutor roles can switch around. But i think the whole point of drama triangles is there's always victim persecutor and that creates the need for a rescuer because the victim is looking for comfort. And they don't want to go and talk to the prosecutor because why would they do that. They're annoyed that the person so they seek a third person to comfort them and then the cycle just perpetuates because the conflict the source of the disagreement or the miscommunication is never resolved because the persecutor and the victim never really actually talk.
"dustin" Discussed on Assistive Technology Update
"For individuals disabilities and older americans also spurred the creation of quality jobs with good pay good benefits and the ability to organize collectively bargain for caregivers. So something that's always been a little bit of an issue has been pay for direct service professionals. In fact we'll even get into that a little bit here as we talk about remote supports later on the show also for those folks who become caregivers for for for family members or stay home of the family member with a disability. There's not a whole lot of reprieve for them. There's not a whole lot of money out there to to really help. We go down this press briefing. It talks about a fair labor standards act and this essentially gets rid of. What would we known as sheltered workshops kind of for the longest time also includes funding this transition with two billion dollars to expand access to competitive integrative employment opportunities for workers with disabilities and also making the federal government a model employer and being the gold standard for how to best support inclusion and provide appropriate accommodations. So there's a lot of stuff to really unpack there and you know as we look through it. There's always you know politicians say and what ends up happening or not always hand in hand and we all know that and i'm not sitting here saying that that anything. This president says any better than what any other president says it again. Not getting into politics or anything like that. Also it's very easy to talk about the ada and about equality and inclusion for individuals with disabilities on the anniversary of the and then forget about it for three hundred and sixty four four other days out of the year. But the fact that it's here i end something. I'd like to see something. That i think all of us would love to see is if the federal government is going to make these mandates is going to try to help other employers hire more individuals with disabilities be fully inclusive provide accommodations. And do these things to be the gold standard to be well when an employer looks and says in the world. Am i going to be able to do this. And the federal government and go. We did then. I really feel like that. It does help drive that home so again. Today is really just celebrating this last week. Thirty one years since the was signed into law perhaps looking back taking a little bit time and looking back. How far have we come in those thirty one years and even better. How much further can we go in the next thirty one link over to this press briefing. So that you're more than free to read it in your spare time. If you like again not endorsing any political candidate political person president or anything like that trying to stay out of politics but just really wanted to commemorate the day and celebrate the thirty first anniversary of the americans. This abilities act. You all may know we do. Full day trainings here. In data with the pandemic. We've shifted those trainings to an online format so that all can attend. I try to highlight these on the show so that anyone interested can attend well. Our next training will be coming up on thursday august twelfth and it will be over remote supports but today. I'm lucky enough to have our presenter. For the training dustin right founder of disability cocoon on the show has been a guest on the show before and is here to tell us about himself disability cocoon in remote supports to get us all excited about the upcoming training dustin. Welcome to the show. Thanks josh guy to be here. Thanks for having me. Thanks for taking time. Out of your schedule. I know we're already taking up quite a bit of it by having you do the training but could you start off today by telling us just a little bit about yourself. Yeah absolutely i've been involved in disability services. My entire professional career actually started while attending purdue university. I was a. Dsp didn't really know what i was getting myself into. I just needed a job and actually saw added newspaper. Believe it or not and went over to a group home had an interview in a basement and one thing led to another ended up loving that position after graduating kinda ran that provider agency for three or four years as the director was lucky enough in two thousand six to be.
Every ALS Patient in New Jersey to Get Free Eye Gaze Technology
"Our next door. He comes to us from aol. News today is written by mary chapman. And it's called every patient in new jersey to get free. I gaze technology and this story talks about a new partnership which allows every individual in new jersey who suffers from a ls which is about four hundred folks in total have free access to i gaze technology. Now what does that actually mean. Well it means that a one point one million dollar effort that is being underwritten by new philanthropic organization called renew jersey. In collaboration with the nonprofit bridging voice are working together in order to bring i gaze technology technical support computer support and other supports to all four hundred patients in new jersey in order to help them communicate. Now of course it says it couvert. Nineteen pandemic has exacerbated the isolation that many patients feel as it has for for really kind of everyone. This is a very cool. Partnership it does use some different pandemic relief funds that went to new jersey and agreed program to get this assistive technology in the hands of individuals. Who can actually use it. Goes out to talk about some of the players in this project and everything but it does look like all you have to do to qualify as live in new jersey and heavy. Ls
Oosthuizen sets 36-hole Open record, stellar cast behind him
"Louis use days it has moved two shots clear of the field at the halfway mark of the British open the south African who's been runner up in the last two majors moved to eleven under after his second round sixty five there he leads Colin Morikawa who charged into second place at nine under with a stunning sixty four former NBA champion Jordan speed at a sixty seven to his opening sixty five to be in third place at eight under and world number one Dustin Johnson it's just a shot further back at seven under US open champion Jon Rahm joined Brooks kept are among those at five under on a star studded leader board I'm Graham like us
Oosthuizen, Spieth Lead Way as Normalcy Returns to Open
"Inform south Africans Louis who stays in his back at it at the British open the thirty eight year old runner up in both the PGA and the US open so far this year has taken the first renovated the British open at royal St George's is Tyson posted six birdies and a bogey free sixty four to stand six under one clear of a resurgent Jordan space and fellow American Brian Harman Dustin Johnson is well placed to to under Brooks KEPCO is one under and Bryson the sambo struggled to find fairways in a one of a seventy one Phil Mickelson crashed to ten of them after a wind blown eighty I'm Graham like us
"dustin" Discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude
"Know like trust most importantly refer but remember. It is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. let's get started. What's up ladies and gentlemen. Welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude. Podcast and folks. We're gonna be talking about today is going to be how to attract listings matter not only how to attract listings but how to outshine and compete against the interruption. That's trying to take your livelihood away if you haven't seen the writing on the wall yet. There is a big tax. There's big money. There's everybody in their mothers coming out to try to remove the real estate agent from the equation and because someone of these marketing dollars are being spent. What consumers are hearing his real estate agents are big waste of money right now. They're not worth the commission charge. And if you've been on a listening presentation this year and you lost it or if you lost a deal this year to and i- buyer an alternative way of selling a property to a rebate brokerage. This show is for you because this is going to continue to happen. So i'm here with my partner dustin to frady's And we're gonna break this down for you guys on how to apply in why you should look at multiple listing options redefining. You're listening strategy And compete back. Because if you don't you're going to be out of business the same thing has happened and so many different industries and there's changes here interruptions here and you either have to adapt or you should out of luck. You get the fuck out. That's what it is. There's no nice way to put this in. I'm not gonna tell you guys this to be scared. But i'm gonna tell you what we see coming down the pipe like we've been talking about this five years and it's finally here so you have to compete back and you have to open your eyes and see what's going on so let me introduce. Dustin does has been on the show a couple of times does it as my partner in. The listing advocate Listening advocate For those that want to it out. Further this is a We launch a new course. We launched a new business model. And it's basically what we're going to chat about today if you have further interest in taking that course getting certified or whatnot. You visit us. At listing advocate dot com. But why we put it together was For everything we're gonna talk about today. Dustin won't tell you this. But i will. He's really successful at attracting listings. But he's not a real estate agent by trees more of an investor although he owns a brokerage he is more of an investor so dustin brings in A very interesting mindset because he sees exactly how to generate seller leads and the number one question today is how do you generate solar leads. Well you talked to a guy like dustin right so we're going to talk about.
"dustin" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Hope you enjoyed that. Inciteful and really informative conversation with dustin and took something away from his episode dustin shares. Some fascinating ideas on the future of learning and education and had a balanced that across all aspects of your life. I'd love to know what you took away from dawson's episode leave a comment below the blog. Post which you can find it in other biz dot. Co forward slash. Dustin mila that is d. u. s. t. i n. m. i. l. l. a. all lowercase or one word inova biz dot. Co forward slash dustin mila. You'll also find contact information. They're getting in touch with dustin as well as links to his website to the polymath podcast to his social media pages and the other resources we spoke about in the conversation. Now if you lock this episode please share it with two other people on social media to other people that it might really help technion on that chair and i'll reach out to you with a really special surprise doesn't suggest that that we have a conversation with pay center of digital surgeons on a future inova bus podcast episode so pete. Keep an on inbox for an invitation from us to the another buzz. Podcast could see dustin miller tune in again to the next episode of the inova bus podcast. We've got yet more fantastic guests lined up including photographer john d'amato and podcast and put on co host lee way hira. Thanks for listening to this episode. Make sure you subscribe to the show to be reminded of episodes. It's free to subscribe legal review. If you like even amac..
"dustin" Discussed on AP News
"Dustin Hopkins broke a deadlock by drilling a 45 yard field goal with 204 remaining a few seconds before John Bostic's interception of Ben Rafa's Burger set up another Hopkins field goal. Alex Smith with 34 46 for 296 yards, including a 15 yard game tying scoring strike to Logan Thomas. With 909 left. Washington erased the 14 3 halftime deficit and knocked off the previously unbeaten Steelers. 23 17. Dustin Hopkins broke a deadlock by drilling a 45 yard field goal with 204 remaining a few seconds before John Bostic's interception have been Rafa's Burger set up another Hopkins field goal. Washington now five and seven and tied for first in the NFC East under first year coach Ron Rivera. This is the team that comes in and the physical, their physical play and Played intimidation and I told the guys, you know we got a bar. Next. We gotta stand up to him. We just don't take it. Alex Smith was 34 46 for 296 yards. Rafa's Burger completed 33 of his 53 passes for 305 yards and two touchdowns for the Steelers, who fell to 11 and one I'm Dave Ferrie. Washington erased the 14 3 halftime deficit and knocked off the previously unbeaten Steelers 23 17. Dustin Hopkins broke a deadlock by drilling a 45 yard field goal with 204 remaining a few seconds before John Bostic's interception have been Rafa's Burger set up another Hopkins field goal. Alex Smith was 34 46 for 296 yards, including a 15 yard game tying scoring strike to Logan Thomas with 909 left. Rafa's Burger completed 33 of his 53 passes for 305 yards and two touchdowns for the Steelers, who fell to 11 and one I'm Dave Ferrie. Coronavirus Update. I'm Tim McGuire with an AP news Minute in the past month, more than 45,000 people died in the pandemic in the United States. Johns Hopkins reports last week saw records in new cases more than 1.3 million and deaths. More than 15,000. Some 80% of the 40 million people in California are in lockdown for at least the next three weeks. That's because of record cases and hospitalizations over the past several weeks. Alameda restaurant owner John Feel says he and other small business owners face a grim future. A little bit disappointing that we would be the ones to.
"dustin" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Tell our listeners where they can find out more about you and your business. You're ready for it absolutely. Let's do it okay. I'm gonna take question number one does it. What was your very first. Or you're very worst. I'll let you decide job. And what lessons did you take from that. You're still using today as semi My first job was fortunately my worst job also when i was thirteen i started working at horse farm putting up hay bales. So anyone that's in the mid west or probably in the south may be familiar with that but it's probably like the worst job on earth. I was lifting. Hey bales there were probably heavier and i was at that point young farm kid and working out in the heat and the dust and making four dollars an hour and so i think what i took away from that is i learned the value of dollar honestly as simple as that may sound. I found at the end of the summer. I worked so hard and sunburns and cuts and bruises and realized i had no money left because i spent every penny earned on baseball cards and renting video games so premiss after that summer every time i've earned money some of it gets saved some of it gets invested love it. That's a great temp. i love it. Okay so my second question for you is what is one piece of advice. You have dustin for small business owners young entrepreneurs that you would love to share that you haven't yet share today. Sure i i love the cheer this because it was really my breakthrough moment when i left engineering job. Is that most decisions in your life or not permanent so i held on all this stuff on the side. I knew i eventually wanted to get away from engineering. But i was always so just fearful of we'll if i leave i we kind of leave that identity behind. This is all i've ever done. I went to school for this. It would be insane to try something different eventually..
"dustin" Discussed on Dead America
"That's a good question. And we talked about learning management systems before and for the longest time. I was using tutor LMS and they they actually offered an ability to have and other instructors on this platform. I just found that most of the Learning Management systems were broken in a way they weren't able to do what I wanted to do especially and so I don't see myself in a near-future having other instructors on the plane. I don't even see myself using a platform very much unless I can make my own money management system using pods or custom post types because I don't think I can make what I want to make with a skill tree Base education office with traditional LMS has it's a good question too. And what I'm thinking is right now is creating courses and books and trying to talk about this and change people's minds first cuz I have to influence people not just by proof, but also just by sharing the knowledge and I feel that I am too early on to be making big changes like that where I'm causing a platform to be creepy. I'm going to need help for sure that collaboration tab is more for like collaborating on videos for YouTube or having podcast guests. Like I come under your show. You come on the might show that sort of collaboration tab is I'm glad you'll be solid at that means you were doing or digging. So I respect that especially since I was editing my website over the past couple of weeks to you might have had a hard time finding some things and then there's also the idea of that personal Polly Innovation systems kind of becoming my main focus and so module education is definitely not getting pushed back at all. Cuz that's part of the system but I'm thinking about how I can present it cuz just in this podcast interview alone, I think I've done better at explaining at it, but I still don't think I've made it, size enough for people to understand. Well, well really dust and I think you're onto something else and I think more people as they find out about what you are doing. They're going to want hook onto this because it's interesting. It's.
"dustin" Discussed on Dead America
"I can't really do it while working now where a lot of other people can but I think it's interesting in like we said earlier it's not very personal thing where if you know your way of learning that helps but you have to discover it too. If you don't know it and one more thing before I stop rambling here is the way of speeding it up takes time. I could not get past 1.25 1.5 x speed for a couple of years. It took a couple of years before that happened but the jump between 1.5 to 6.5 and 3X was like only eight months to a year and I was actively watching videos everyday. I would sometimes finish 30 hour course in one day because I was able to get it down to 50. Hours as I would spend fifteen hours of my day just watching the course, but I had the ability to do so at that particular point. So I think that practice makes perfect. But yeah, yes, that's true practice makes perfect in anything that we do in life. How far do you intend to take this modular education by that? I mean how many subjects are you diving into and are you doing this like with content creators as a group or are you going after more. Edu type universities Public Schools things like that off. It's a good question. And I mean, I need to find a way to explain too much of a degree better and there's actually one thing I came up with recently that it's not just a module and agree. It's also the modular education framework so does to age Kind of Concepts here. The module agree is something that I want to be able to apply for people who like you and I who either need a fresh start or a pivot something like that? And so we need to learn how to be a skill. Like I've met people who are supposed to be what they built their own education. There's Lori's no pay be a Jonathan Harbors Philosophy degree that he made Scott Young's MIT challenge all three of those people pursued their own education as if it was a degree.
"dustin" Discussed on Dead America
"When we think of the traditional learning, we always have this goal or mindset. I want to become a doctor. I want to become a lawyer. It starts being pushed early in our life. Will you should be a doctor you should be a fireman with but that doesn't always match our interest a lot of this time that we waste on this pre learning that actually is very substantial and development early years. I agree one hundred percent if we allow those kids to start early choosing what they want to consume may be billed off of what they already are consuming instead of that linear style pointed in One Direction and go with it and don't stop until you reach go that is heavy on not only our mindset but our economic standpoint in our community living everything is involved with early-stage learning. I think we're hitting on something here. If if we can enhance that and find the Educators that can get this done. We need more people at the legislation level pushing this type of job. Learning and I've recently heard quite a bit more of this type of Hands-On approach learning that is where we should be heading with our education. Have you hooked up with anybody of stature that is interested in sending you hire with people that really can get this implemented. I've talked to a handful of people at this point you asked earlier. How can we find courses stuff like that? There's a great resource. We're called class central.com where they basically database database all the different courses that get released. They make awesome blog posts to say like this is what came out this month. They even make guys like hey, you want to learn data science and you use the courses you want to take that's an awesome resource. I connected with the fact that platform a while back the wall style is he's really fascinating and the aspect behind education gets people so excited. I also had Aaron Smith who came onto my page. Show the polymath polycast he wrote a book called the blank check where one of you were asked to re event public education and it's a young adult novel about how he wants to build a perfect public school. And so I talked to him on my show and we were able to have a discussion about that. And so yeah, I haven't connected with too many people just yet what I've been focusing on with my networking is simply finding the more pollen like people at the moment considering that my show I have multiple Polly casts, but the main long-form one is the interviews that I do and I've been talking to you like Aaron Smith and people who are polymath on that show. The next season. I'm hoping to really talk more Educators and have a bit more of a education Focus. That would be very interesting to start talking to Educators in a format because that's where we actually need to start on the front line with the Educators. These people are the people that teach us. I know I'm in my fifties Kong Linda my sixties now and if we stop learning we will shrivel up because like you said earlier, you know, if we if we don't use we.
"dustin" Discussed on Dead America
"What I will suggest too is that the idea of that teacher really hindering your learning progress. I resonate with I had great teachers and horrible teachers growing up and at changes exactly how you're learning for me that kind of has to do with the course you're taking so I'm not necessarily making the courses. Although I I am planning on going to make some courses in this idea, but I'm thinking about using traditional courses that we have already online such as FedEx wage. Coursera future learn all these other platforms have already made harvard-mit courses that we can use and then putting them together in a unique way for each person. So you can almost even think of it like a month Social Network in a way up here based system where if you make a module a degree for some kind of skill you want you to go make your own MBA or Philosophy degree based around the collection of courses, and I want to do something for a carpentry or iOS instructor. So maybe I want to do something for fitness and you're like, you know what I really like that Fitness idea. Can I take your Mantra degree and follow it? I know we could share our particular development Frameworks that we made and have kind of this communal aspect. Yeah like a Wiki learn that's pretty interesting. I like that because you know, a lot of people get greedy in this world and they want to make big bucks off of teaching people. Where I think if we could lessen the need for the greed in our learning because the more free the learning is the more apt than they are to reach out to learn. I think that's a big aspect in this the cost of most of these courses that I know want to take but I can't afford. Well, that's a big aspect of learning and see if we can get a Wiki type system where people are supplying these knowledge-based systems towards yet. I really would enjoy hitting on that knowledge.
"dustin" Discussed on Dead America
"But you also want to learn about the wiring for the electricity of the house. Those are two different areas that you need to know. But if you're able to jump between them based on what your interest lies you can be more interested in what you're learning and you're going to have a little bit more time to focus cuz you can only filters for so long on one thing by interleaving you can maximize your focus by just getting to focus on one thing then the other than authors and jumping back between them and that's what I wanted to go for. It's wonderful, you know, and we need more people innovating like you have started something unique here and home. Think if you keep going with this and integrate it with the traditional Learning System, we have something that you know hone in and focus more on off and everybody's uniqueness and I like the approach where you have this Lego analogy this Lego analogy that you use is very interesting because when we find out what we are interested in at the early age, that's When developing the learning really start and if we can hone in a quick and early on that and start stacking these Legos for the individual learning. That's going to take away a lot of the frustrations later in life. You know, I remember in the fourth grade. My teacher was just horrid. I could not stand him. He could not stand me and when we put a classroom setting in the traditional manner like that where the teacher and the student is butting heads and there's no way to fix that or resolve the issues that affected my ability to learn in the traditional manner for years and it still does in some aspects. So I really enjoy what you are doing out there and I think if we can get more people with the mindset that you have doing similar projects, we're going to increase our learning ability which strengthens our Union in our nation in the world and our family life education is key. And the way you.
"dustin" Discussed on Dead America
"And welcome today. We are with dust and the poly innovator. We are going to take a great leap in traditional learning today. It's just awesome to have our next guess Dustin. Would you please introduce yourself and tell people how you got involved with what you're doing? Hi. Yeah, thanks for having me had so when I started doing my poly innovator personal brand content creation. I was thinking what could I do to start really building a name for myself? And at the same time I was pursuing a lot of courses. I had basically put together a list on a Google sheet over 450 courses from FedEx Coursera a future learn and I I just look around on all these different universities colleges could never find the greed that I wanted. And so I decided screw it. I'm going to make one myself. So I created this like DIY degree from Google Sheets or are table moved it around started cutting back a little bit realized. You know, I could actually do something with this. I could actually really a Pioneer an education revolution in a way by pursuing what what I now call the modular degree. Yeah, I find that very interesting. You know before we carry on with that. Let's clarify. What A polymath is.
"dustin" Discussed on The Big 98
"The the man the sure I definitely Dustin brought his parents to hang out with us today.
"dustin" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast
"I wanna help you make that happen and so really. That was a a really profound moment in my life where i was at in the driver's seat and my dad pulled out all the stops to rally behind me and mentor me to make it a success. He didn't swoop in and said here. I'll take care. i'll make sure it happens. He he kind of walked with me every step of the way in anything that was challenging for me he helped make sure was a success and then kept just dumping fuel my fire to continue doing it and so we ended up. We ended up doing that and we had anywhere from forty. To seventy people there Every sabbath it was in a new zip code. No avenue church. We do a whole day sabatino savage school church outreach in the afternoon and many i saw many of my friends. preach their first sermons and teach their first savage school and we had an adult story where the adults would come up in here. A story instead of the kids because it was the youth church and And i just saw lives change. Some of the esl students the english language students from my school. Who weren't even christians were coming and participating and getting to know christ from it and so it was a powerful experience. That was absolutely thrilling. That i was the leader of. But my dad was kind of just behind the scenes. Making sure that everything worked out. You know bigger things like like securing venue is harder to do In those kinds of things. But through that process i said man i could do this the rest of my life. I'm seeing lives change. I'm seeing i'm giving people. New experiences are growing in their walk. With jesus there and i said this is this is absolutely awesome and that was really where i sensed a call from god that senior year through that process of being involved in In in that was really where i said. Yeah i i could do this the rest of my life and so then people when i finally did make that decision to study theology and going into college people say oh so you are going to be a pastor just like your dad and i'd say no i'm going to be a pastor just like me yes But my dad was instrumental in that in mentoring behind the scenes but i think if he would tried to run out in front i think it would have killed everything honestly He didn't need was more important. Was for me to be a success in ministry than for the success that i wanted to have happened to be a success. The ministry that i wanted to have happened be as suggested that. Make sense yes. A person was more important and so that was a really a really profound Moment where i sensed since that calling in that was where Were it kind of put me on a track to continue in that until this day awesome. That's great that's really powerful and dan. What are some things that you try to apparent that you think may not fully failed but things that you may have done may would do differently. Maybe would change up a bit if you if you were doing it over What are some things that you would say. I'm doing that exactly the same well because this is only a thirty minute podcast. They don't have enough time to talk about my failures. Talk with you but but one of the things. It was a challenge Dustin had something of a phlegmatic personality and a delayed. And i was not that way. And when he was a little kid he just took forever to do anything and i had a scheduled to me and i remember one time taking him down to houston..
"dustin" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast
"We have a lot more admiration for people who are weak in admit it and say man. I messed up or or even say i. I heard this podcast. Or the lord's been speaking my heart recently and and i'm just realizing i haven't been who i would've liked to be in. I understand an and i understand if If you're sensing matter or whatever your experience has been let you know. Listen but the open and honest with the and say i want to move in the right direction in in. I would love your help with that. And then you know as pastors. We have to keep tight calendars and everything like that and sometimes scheduling things in the calendar and honoring the honoring family commitments. Just like we would any other commitment or or even more so is important. It's easy for them to get the extra time rather than the primary time. And i'm guilty of this myself so i'm not even going to say that i have it all figured out but I think being open and honest and asking for help and asking for coming alongside and then being willing to take the time to build up whatever trust needs to be build up built up and to invite the holy spirit to refine our characters to grow from wherever around one thing. That really helped me to is. When as a young pastor our conference president said a family day is not the same as a day off. a family. Day is as much a part of your work as anything else and and he said if you're not taking family day you're not doing your work properly and that was freeing to me and then later i read about another conference president. Who had it said when he was young. Pastor and always struggling in his members had all these expectations that were too high and unrealistic and they always wanted to be with him and pastor. What can't you do this. Why can't you come to this. But he wasn't having time with his family. He wrote in his cowl his calendar that he'd gotten counsel from his conference president to take time with his family so i wrote on his calendar instead of family day. He wrote president's council the council president president not available. I guess it's so what people take pastor. We really need you over here for this. He said i'd like to. But i have president's council okay that accept that better than family day. Wow all right all right. So let's let's we're going to jump a bit here but dustin let's look at you through your teenage years through. Maybe your college years or before that did you ever have time of running away or rejecting ministry And how'd you work through it or if not. Why do you think that is yeah. Good question I don't know that i i was. I'm the middle child. My brother was the older rebellious child. So i i saw not do from him. Gotcha end so i was kind of the more fearful like just not wanting to To scare to do do the bad stuff or whatever. But i think that the whole time because my dad being a pastor the whole time you know people would ask me going to be a pastor. Just like you're dead. And i would always say with a resounding no i'm not Because every kid wants to we want to have mentors and look up to people but we also want to be ourselves. Not just mini. Me's of even our own heroes And so And so i never was was clear on that calling from god growing up. I just never knew what i wanted to be. I just said. I don't know i'll think about it. Or whatever and had ideas so i never was. I never was running away..