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"ed snider" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"It and then and then opine online. Yeah and again. I i think that you know for the most for in israel say it might twenties. I stupid things to her exactly. But here's the thing his thing. My kids are smarter than me. When i was in my twenties i again. We're not talking about your kids. We're talking even other kids. I know and that's the because it is a sub group. That's always the problem. It's always and again. When i say when i kid when i take kids i mean kids that have an effect on the world. I'm not talking about you know. Twelve thirteen year olds. I'm talking about twenty twenty five year olds that the kids that are actually coming into the world and saying hey. I have a say in how we do things. Those people are the ones that i'm talking about that. I don't think have been educated very well by us. The last twenty years and i actually don't think they. I don't think that group is a my majority that you're worried. I think the majority is the exact opposite. Most demographic that i look at says that those kids are loud. And certainly like for a you know. There's so here's here's the gladiator. Bob is rome the loudest people move. The mob is wrong the mob. The mob isn't just because isn't allow this. In fact often the mob will turn on the right. No it's not that's the point okay. Decision on the loudest people right. So just because you're not a small at that is that is that is so about humans that isn't born out. In fact often the loudest person is the least listen to because corporate Corporations have responded to loud campaigns online without even thinking oh loudness we set back is loudness. Oh we stopped that loudness and the mob has power. Not going again will again. That doesn't mean you have to look at what are people being loud about invariably again. That's the thing like i said it's it comes so sometimes someone is loud but they're actually speaking for a lot of people that are quiet. Sometimes people are loud and they're speaking for a lot of people who aren't there. They're not speaking anyone but people so for example and let me give you an so again going back to the eighties. There was a time your career could be ended. If you're out of his day zack's his career ain't going no place. Thank you very much and nor how loud you can be with allows. Zack's no-one cares has little out naza. Does the good songs that the kids today like Any does the dances. And he's got crazy. Videos naturally could stay like and nobody cares that you don't like him for completely unrelated musical you know. And that's the thing it's like in war will Little and notes Axe not little bag set sets my failure. you know. I think that that says that you know what it doesn't matter how loud you are if you're super still if you are loud. It's great if other people agree with you and just sort of like yeah. You know i'm not gonna go. Make a whole host of apply agree with them and for corporation. They can sort of figure that out. Somehow they have another algorithm figures that out. It's like oh okay this thing. This is a bad choice. This is not playing well and we see that honestly it never really pays off in the long rest easy. you know. it's like you know you can get ed snider cut with tax ity. You're not gonna get reversal taxes. And that's just the reality of story that you're gonna get a lot more a lot more. You're going to get a lot more flies with honey and a gun than you will with just a gun. So that is. I think that i think is is my thought on this. We have gone way off topic. But you know loki inspires tricks us into talking things that were unrelated to show because it was so just to think about all the things that he gives us so right. And that's what these stories serve is for us to be able to explore these ideas to figure out how we actually feel about them by talking about them. Our full thing with all of marvel's that gives us the opportunity to have these conversations. And that is why loki now does not call himself. The god of lies michigan. The comics got of stories. Oh because what is a story but just a really good lie that you want to believe slack. The mc as If people would like actually. I let's talk about a couple of quick things You've been listening to our show If you under the show notes you're gonna find links to things like linked tree Which will take you to affiliated shows. We're all part of the network We also have a feed capes lunatic. I don't know if you can hear me but you cut out for a second. Yes go down to the show notes online tree. T-that e i think it is. I don't know. I forget what it is but go to figure it out. You just go to show notes show notes. Show notes are i. Don't really pay attention to these things. There you're gonna collect gonna be able to take to our merch. 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"ed snider" Discussed on Late Night Parents

Late Night Parents

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Late Night Parents

"You got to kind of go back to two of how people get into the game. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna get into the stories of how i got into that. You know we can do a whole show on that but to me it's about reaching if you want to grow the game hockey for me is is is kind of a and you don't talk about this kind of like you. Don't talk about it out loud but it really is a game. Works relatively well to do. People the equipment's expenses the extent. So i mean that population and is what it is. I think if you wanna talk about growing the game you gotta talk about going into communities. That don't traditionally zoos. And i think. I think i'm a little bit of an example of that and what i've appreciated especially this year and especially after george floyd is at the. Nhl is really They've really they've it hasn't just been wizard if they've done a lot to kind of show people wise leave that. Hey we want you in this game. We're trying to get. We're trying to get minority using the game and they're doing a lot of outreach I i probably spoken about the ed snider foundation in philadelphia. Which i've been aware of for quite some time. Basically what they do is. If you're in i and i may have a little bit of some of the detail was wrong but basically what they do is they go into the city and they say hey you know you're gonna get free equipment free ice time we're gonna teach you this games. And and it's open to any resident of the city of philadelphia now. Who lives in the city of philadelphia. Nice right i mean so. You know there's a there's a tremendous opportunity In a place like that to grow the game as you say i like with the nhl was doing. And i. i wanna see more of that. I see that they're. They're really celebrating of the diversity of people in the game. I just saw a story the other day. About the first indian american players are indian. I think he's canadian Player in the game and that kind of registered. So i think how how the game grows is through that through. Those foundations bringing communities in that traditionally are have not been exposed to sports cool. Hey after we get through the first round wanna had to come back so that we can lay out the landscape for the remainder of the playoffs. So if there's time permitting. Next week i would love You know would love to do that. have chook two additional questions for you for rapid fire. One is with what's happening with otani right now. It's beyond special. Why are we hearing about this. And all the you know the the debate shows and all the above wow. I'm not sure. I i know how to answer that..

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"ed snider" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"ed snider" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Six. Yeah This is ed snider. Host of ti-time twelve twenty. And you're listening to the big band files and all that jazz with doug miles right here on sunday. Twenty w i b q Food like a song Was wrapped nine looks founded that i can speak to him that home. I found. s my cheat to this. Swath spoke Founder jury can speak to a dream that i can call own. I found it to press my cheek to ask smith and G is great to be in late walking my baby back home over manu and find a walk in baby back. We go long harmonizing a song house. Go by and maybe rocking my baby. We stopped for a while. She gives me a smile head on my chest we into pet. And that's when i get her talcum. I asked i trade tied. She has to borrow one kids man. I continue again walking at home. She's afraid of a dog so high have to park outside her door. Tilles light. She says it tried to kiss the she'll cry. I dry all through the night manhattan to we'll barbecue staying right from her way we eat. Send thin it's as you walk in my baby. Talk baby baby. I don't mean maybe you baby bag oh.

"ed snider" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"All captured the attention of sports fans throughout north america. Well i was in the record business years ago. A friend of mine and i were having a drink to the new york city and he said look. I got an extra ticket to the garden tonight. the rangers are playing montreal. And i said what's that all about and he said well. It's the hockey league which to mass yoko. Everything else do that night. So we went to the old guard. And i fell in love with the game. Instantaneously is without question. Great a spectator sport. I had ever seen the buildings or foam. They'd been full for years. And years and the competition between the six teams who was absolutely at its highest writing that popularity. The time had come to enlarge the sixteen league. I heard that the national hockey was expanding from six to twelve teams. I thought that it would be great. To apply. for a franchise. Ed snider who was working with the philadelphia eagles at the time thought the city of brotherly love with fall for hockey just like he did. But other cities were applying and philadelphia's his in hockey was not good all the other applicants for the six franchises were from cities that had pretty successful minor league hockey operations for for a number of years toward off was the only one that hadn't they had seven or eight minor league teams that it failed or been one quickly aborted attempt in the thirties to have it. Nhl team so there was no history of philadelphia really being an effort at all. However ed snider along with bill putnam and others persisted and on february ninth nineteen sixty six. Their hard work was rewarded. This is the year of the great expansion for the first time. The league will be composed of tall teams. Clarence campbell presider ads. The teams entered the league the philadelphia flyers minnesota north stars..

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"ed snider" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"ed snider" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Blake farmer of member station W. PLN, reports that the symphony nearly ran them off as a nuisance. Until it realized it was playing host to another kind of musician protected migratory songbirds. Looking overhead is the purple Martins descend into the trees at sunset is mesmerizing. Oh, my God, This is amazing. We're just envelope right now. Ed Snider of Nashville is an avid birder. His eight year old daughter Phoebe is on her way. Sometimes I can't even tell them that you see everything coming. I'm like, Where am I? It's like I'm in a three and then you snap out of it. When a little bird poop hits your forehead, the unsightly and unsanitary droppings or why the National Symphony decided to bring in a pest control company. The trees that surround the skirmish Horn Symphony center are in pretty rough shape, too, with their limbs drooping under the weight of these tiny travelers. What bird biologists like Melinda Wilton were already out enjoying the swirling songbirds when a truck pulled up ready to fog out the flood. We actually were lucky to have been here. They informed the crew of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and called all the wildlife agencies they could reach after hours. The removal team stood down. They didn't know and now we all get a chance to celebrate this. Spectacle. We had no understanding that there were purple Martins on our campus. Jonathan Marks is chief of operations for the Symphony, which hasn't been performing because the pandemic was just trying to avoid permanent damage to the building. This is not necessarily how we would have thought people might come together, but any opportunity that we can create that particularly being right in the heart of downtown, then we have to embrace that. Martin's air roosting in hundreds of sites right now around the country, though none of quite so visible. Joe Siegrist of the Purple Martin Conservation Association tracks them through weather radar. Yes, they actually show up, he says. The droppings are just part of the deal. Usually, that's something that the landowner just has to accept. Often, conservation groups or local governments will pitch in to cover the cleanup cost, and that discussion has already started here. But there's no point until the Martins depart for Brazil in a week or two. All.

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"ed snider" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sports radio eighteen years ago yesterday Allen Iverson practice rant did occur we talkin about practice I'm sitting here I'm supposed to be a franchise player and we in here talking about practice Hey I took to Twitter yesterday and said it we talkin about practicing social distancing hash tag stay home hash tag stay safe what's your view practice rant from Allen Iverson eighteen years ago yesterday anybody tell you that I miss Braggs if if if they will close their is practiced yeah I hear it then that's that I mean I might have missed one practice digi but if if somebody say he doesn't come to practice it can be one practice at all practices this year that's enough if I came frags I came brags ma'am I'm hurt I'm hurt I mean symbol is that it in about a day ms it's not about that at all you know Sammy but is is is is easy to do the talk about is easy to sum it up we just talk about practice we seen here are supposed to be a franchise player and we in here talking about practice I mean it isn't we talkin about practice not a game not a game not a game we talkin about practice not a game not at not at not the game that I go out there and and daft for and play every game like it's my last not the game we're talking about practice meant Billy king who co hosts the W. I. P. morning show a few days a week with Angelo Cataldi was the general manager of the Sixers at the time for people that don't know the background of that story brown Larry brown the whole thing coach Allen Iverson refuting and Allen Iverson was fearing that he was gonna get traded so what ended up happening was Billy king meets with Allen Iverson and Larry brown they end up clearing the air and from a marketing standpoint Billy king thought it was a good idea to have a press conference so that press conference happens and yesterday and they had the meeting it was I guess we on rose was the agent of Allen Iverson and so he was there too and Larry brown and and Billy king of A. I. they'll have this meeting and they say okay we're gonna have a press conference while that press conference is going on Billy king share this story yesterday that he got a phone call from the late ed Snider who at the time obviously is the Comcast Spectacor chairman and he's basis and what the heck is going on with this press conference and Billy king said quote I'm thinking I made a big mistake king said it was in the rumor Iverson's press conference is happening to you in the room an ed Snider calls him and says what's going on and while this rate does going on Billy king is on the phone probably whispering in the back corner ran at a press conference room and said Hey I'm sorry I quit it's my fault I quit so caring literally resigned in the press conference and then they obviously did not have Billy king actually reside what a wild story it got me thinking about my favorite rants here are some of them will play some of that audio right now here is one of the more iconic ones Jim Moret going off in his playoff rent and that was a disgraceful performance in my opinion we threw that game we gave it away by doing that we gave them the brigand gang in my opinion that sucked what's that the White House we'll talk about playoffs you can make playoffs I just hope we can win a game there's also another classic Jim Morris senior rant where he talks about like delete PO here is Dan Hawkins this actually may maybe be my favorite one ever Dan Hawkins at the time was the head coach of Colorado and he got a note from a parent any sounded off about one football some guys might decide did little to stop for a little too hard.

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"ed snider" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Inducted into the US Hockey Hall of fame. And he's going in with some pretty good guys as well like Chris Chilies. Mike Hamrick and also also Keith could chuck he is the chairman of comcast spectacle and that's an entertainment company that owns the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL The wells Fargo Center the spectrum and the regional sports network comcast sports net they formerly owned The Philadelphia Seventy sixers and upon learning that the NHL was planning to expand. Back in the sixties Ed made plans for a new arena in Philadelphia the spectrum that in house both flyers and the seventy sixers and of course the flyers went on to become the first NHL H. L. Expansion team to win the Stanley Cup. They repeated then after winning it in seventy four again in seventy five and some of his other businesses one of them was acquiring hiring or either founding the first all sports radio station in Philadelphia. WIP A am. Ed when you hear all the things I just said you kind of get blown away about all you've been able to accomplish in sports. Well you know. I've had a lot of people that have helped along the way we got a great organization. And you know I am proud of what we accomplished and looking forward to more stuff than the future. We're doing some great things. Take me back to the sixties about the lay of the land. What was the landscape like in sports that you got into you and tell me a little bit about how you've seen it change over the decades? Well you know when I got into it in the in the sixties as an expansion in team obviously uh incidentally the hockey news voted US least likely to succeed the flyers and and I'm very proud of the fact that we want a couple of cups. Yes in one in our seventh year of existence. Our first one. So you know the landscape was a lot different The salaries were more. Manageable You could actually actually make a few dollars and And we didn't have all the Labor strikes that we have today so I mean you can see what happened in football and basketball this year. What happened to us five years ago with the lockout lose you're losing a whole season We have we face maybe issues at the end of this year. So you know it's a tough business today. It's much much more difficult than it was back. Then tell me a little bit about the interconnectivity of sports to other businesses like an arena. Likes stadium all of those things. What was the thought? That really probably wasn't part of the thought process back in the sixties was. It did well it had to be. I mean we. We could not have had Philadelphia suppliers in Philadelphia unless we built an arena. Because there was none and I mean it's hard to believe but in the in the sixties early sixties there there was not an arena in Philadelphia. There was a thing called the arena. But it you know held about four thousand people and you're talking about the fourth or fifth largest city in the country so it was a great opportunity to build an arena. The sixers desperately needed a place to play and So the spectrum really worked out dutifully from day one has has it become more. Important to even broaden the landscape in other words have a team having arena also have a regional. Sports television network also have a sports talk radio in the city to carry the franchises broadcast. Has that been important as far as the development of sports in your mind. Well it's all in a related You know we we. We had a I have you know. On television that work we had a network called prism right and we had the phillies. The sixers the flyers and movies on on a channel called prism which was extremely successful and comcast sports net replaced. that as the world changed. So we've been in the business for a long long time that was very important As far as radio is concerned the WIP turned into a station talk radio. The station vary somewhat negative And on many instances and I ended up selling it. And I called it my Frankenstein Monster and all the the guys station are still mad at me for that you know having worked around the country and radio and television. The one thing I've known at is that each market has its own individual personality. Donald worked in Boston. I worked in Seattle. I've worked here in San Francisco. Tell me a little bit about the sports market in Philadelphia. I think Philadelphia's the greatest sports town in the world. I mean the people in Philadelphia. Take their sports very very seriously. And I know that they get a rap every now and then for being do birds and all that type of thing. But that's because they care and when they're when they're unhappy Management coaches general managers. Better listen because they're not stupid. They know they know what they expect. And when they get unhappy they have a pretty good reason. Also when you take a look around the national hockey league it seems to have apiece. Now as far as Labor peace goes in the sports seems to be expanding. Now tell me a little bit about Hockey is you've you at today. I think it's it's always been the greatest spectator sport in my mind and now it's even better than ever. I mean with the rule changes and only rule changes but the enforcement of the lose it already existed like cooking grabbing and everything else. It's faster the players are bigger. They're more talented It's just it's a phenomenal uh-huh game to watch in fact. I think it's better than ever. When you go back to the sixties when you started the Philadelphia Flyers think about those championship teams? I remember talking talking to some of the players Bernie parent being one of them in some of the players that were on those teams was the catalyst for their success back then because as you said seven years into their expansion bench they win a Stanley Cup Championship. Where we had a great general manager? Keith Allen who tremendous talent and we had a great coach and Freddie Shero. We're great captain and Bobby Clarke We had guys would back down from anybody. You know like Dave Schultz Bob Kelly and Moose Dupont and we had tremendous talent. I mean you know Rick Mic Lee Billy Barber in a barber's in the hall of fame. Clark's in the hall of fame and Bernie Prot was. I mean if he he hadn't gotten injured I think we would have won four or five straight cups but unfortunately we lost him But he was a great. We didn't lose them as a human being. Obviously but we lost him as a goaltender tender. Still working for the organization but you know we we just had a mix of guys were great opening up hockey to the European players Particularly the eastern a European players. What did they bring to the game that that wasn't there before it? I don't know that they brought anything to the game. That wasn't there before they. You know they had some had a little bit of the different style but they had adjusted the North American style because their style was more of a kind of a stick handling the rinks were a little bit bigger where they not. Yeah they are bigger they still are and so they have to adjust the North American hockey. And those that can excel. I mean we've had some great players come from Czechoslovakian Russia and Finland and Sweden and I think it's expanded the the the group players that we have available for our teams and even though we've expanded from originally six teams and then when my weekend it was twelve teams and now it's thirty teams. We have a pool of talent internationally so naturally and and I think that's the reason the game is better than ever. I remember when the national team from Russia the Sylvia national team came through a Seattle to play an an exhibition game. They were not very comfortable with the physicality of the game. They didn't like the back checking they didn't like being boarded in everything Has that changed as far. Is that type of player coming out of Europe now. Yeah they the the players coming out of Europe now and those that are in the national hockey. They play the National Hockey League style. Just as well as North North Americans. It's it's all the same. There's no difference. I know you're involved with the project back in the city of Philadelphia that you're pretty proud of and that the city has opened up three. A city owned public skating rings. Tell me a little bit about what you you didn't. In being involved in that the city there were five rinks in the city owned by the city and they were going to shut them down because of economic reasons and we five years ago. We volunteered to operate them at no cost to the city manage them and and you know we went in and the five rinks quite frankly. We're we're very dilapidated. They had been neglected elected. They were built in the fifties and sixties and and no one had kept up with them so to speak and they were open air they had a roof but they had no sides You could only play from March to November. I mean from November to March And you know sometimes. You couldn't play at all because of leaking roofs. And what have you so We made a deal with the state to stay put in six and a half million we put in six and a half million and we've been closed already three of the rinks there now beautiful you too full there year round. We can use them three hundred sixty five days a year. We had a twenty year lease with the city and we run them and we provide ice time equipment. Ah Coaching Educational Services to the kids free of charge and it's been a phenomenal program for the intercity kids. Yeah now. The Snyder hockey started in two thousand and five and and you also work with them in life skills. Do you not trying to develop for life skills. We help them with their homework. They have to get passing grades to continue the program. And we've had some wonderful wonderful success stories and the parents of these kids are just thrilled. And and so it's been a big thing and it's something I really wanted. I want to be my legacy because I really feel that these intercity kids need needed all the help they can get. I agree and it's a great program. We only have about twenty five seconds left when you think back on your long career associated with sports particularly hockey anything. Stand out in your mind Ed that you'll never forget well. I'll never forget the first couple. Repeat Boston with Bobby Orr Phil Esposito at all one to nothing burnt. Shut him out in game six of the Stanley Cup. That's that year seven as we talked about. Nothing will ever top that for me and I wanNA thank you for your time and again. Congratulations on the Snyder. Hockey program in the city of Philadelphia. And the way you're giving back it's very meaningful. Thanks a lot for joining joining us on sports byline. Okay Ron Thank you ED. Snider with US ED US Hockey Hall of fame member. Now going in with Chris Chelios Mike Emmerick also so keith. Tkachuk he's the chairman of comcast spectacle and they own the Philadelphia Flyers and doing a great job in the city of Philadelphia. We continue with more of you and sports parts byline. It has been said that everyone has a book in them. But you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others..

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"ed snider" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:42 min | 2 years ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Byline. USA inducted into the US Hockey Hall of fame. And he's going then was pretty good guys as well like Chris Chilies. Mike Emmerick and also Keith. Chalky is the chairman of comcast spectacle. And that's an entertainment company that owns the Philidelphia flyers of the NHL the Wells Fargo Center the spectrum and the regional sports network comcast sports net formerly owned The Philadelphia Seventy sixers and upon learning that the NHL was planning to expand back in the sixties. Ed made plans for a new arena in Philadelphia the spectrum that in house both the flyers and the seventy sixers and of course the flyers went on to become the first NHL expansion team to win the Stanley Cup. They repeated then after winning it in seventy four again in seventy five live and some of his other businesses one of them was acquiring or either founding the first all sports radio station Philadelphia W. I p. a. m. Ed when you hear all the things I do you get blown away about all you've been able to accomplish in sports. Well you know. I've had a lot of people that have helped along the way we got a great organization Tation and You know I am proud of what we accomplished and looking forward to more stuff in the future. We're doing some great things. Take me back to the sixties about the lay viable. And what was the landscape. Like in sports that you got into and tell me a little bit about how you've seen it change over the decades. Well you know when I got into it in the In the sixties as an expansion team obviously Incidentally the hockey news voted US least likely to succeed the flyers liars and And I'm very proud of the fact that we want a couple of cups in one and our seventh year of existence our first and so you know the landscape was a lot different it The salaries were more manageable You could actually make a few dollars and And we didn't have all the Labor strikes that we have today. So Ah I mean you can see what happened in football and basketball this year. What happened to us? Five years ago with The lockout lose. You're losing a whole season we have. We faced. Maybe issues at the end of this year. So you know it's a tough business today. It's much much more difficult than it was back. Then tell me a little bit about the interconnectivity activity of sports to other businesses. Like an arena. Like a stadium all of those things. What was the thought? That really probably wasn't part of the thought process back in the sixties. Was Ed. Well it had to be. I mean we could not have had the Philadelphia Flyers in Philadelphia unless we built an arena. Because there was none. I mean it's hard to believe. But in the in the sixties early sixties there was not an arena in Philadelphia there was a thing they called the arena. But you know held about four thousand people and you're talking about the fourth or fifth largest city in the country so it was a great opportunity to build an arena. The sixers desperately needed a place to play and so the spectrum really worked out dutifully from day one. Has it become more important. To even broaden the landscape in other words have a team having arena also have a Regional Sports television network. Also have a sports talk radio in the city to carry the franchises broadcast. Has that been important as far as the development of sports in your remind. Well it's all in a related You know we we had a More than I have you know on television. That work we had a network called prism right and and we had the phillies. The sixers the flyers and movies on a channel called prism which was extremely successful and comcast sports net replaced. That as has the world changed. So we've been in the business for a long long time that was very important As far as radio is concerned The the WIP turned into a station. Talk Radio Station Very Somewhat negative In on many instances and I ended up selling it. And I called it my Frankenstein Monster and all the guys at the station are still mad at me for that you know having worked around the country and radio and television. The one the thing I've known as is that each market has its own individual personality. I worked in Boston. I worked in Seattle. I've worked here in San Francisco. Tell me a little bit about the sports marketing in Philadelphia. Well I think he's the greatest sports town in the world. I mean the people in Philadelphia. Take their sports very very seriously. And I know that they get a rap every now and then for being do birds and all that type of thing but that's because they care and when they're when they're unhappy management event you know coaches and general managers. Better listen because they're not stupid. They know they know what they expect. And when they get unhappy they have a pretty good reason. Also when you take a look around the national hockey league it seems to have Peace Now. As far as Labor peace goes in the sport seems to be expanding. Now tell me a little bit about Hockey is you've you at today. Why I think it's it's always been the greatest spectator sport in my mind and now it's even better than ever? I mean with the rule changes and not only rule changes but the enforcement of the wolves that already existed like cooking and grabbing and everything else. It's faster the players are a bigger. They're more talented It's just it's a phenomenal game to watch in fact. I think it's better than ever. When you go back to the sixties when you started the Philadelphia via flyers and think about those championship teams? I remember talking to some of the players Bernie parade being one of them and some of the players that were on those teams and what was the catalyst list for their success back then because you said seven years into their expansion. They win a Stanley Cup Championship. While we had a great general manager and Keith Allen who thought auden tremendous talent and we had a great coach and Freddie Shero we had a great captain Bobby Clarke We had guys would back down from anybody. You like Dave Schultz and Bob Kelly and Moose Dupont and we had tremendous talent. I mean you know Rick McLeish Billy Barber you know. Barbara's in the hall of same Clark's in the hall of fame and Bernie was. I mean if he hadn't gotten injured I think we would have won four or five straight cups but unfortunately we lost him but he was a great eighty degrees. We didn't lose them as a human obviously but we lost him as a goaltender needs still working for the organization. But you know we just had a mix of guys who are great opening up hockey to the European players Particularly the Eastern European players. What did they bring to the game that that wasn't there before it? I don't know that they brought anything to the game. That wasn't there before they. You know they had some of them had a little bit of a different style but they had adjusted the North American style because their style was more of of a kind of a stick handling the rinks were a little bit bigger where they not. Yeah they are bigger they still are and so they have to adjust the North American hockey in those that can N.. Excel I mean. We've had some great players come from Czechoslovakia in Russia and Finland and Sweden. And I think it's expanded the the the group of players that we have available for our teams and even though we've expanded from originally six teams and then when my we came and it was twelve L. teams and now that's thirty teams. We have a pool of talent internationally and and I think that's the reason the game is better than ever I. I remember when the national team from Russia the Soviet national team came through a Seattle to play an exhibition game. They were not very comfortable with the physicality of the game. They didn't like the back checking they didn't like being boarded in everything. Has that changed as far as that type of player coming out of Europe now the the players coming out of Europe now those that are in the National Hockey League they play the National Hockey League style. Just as well as North Americans. It's it's all the same. There's no difference. I know you're involved with the project back in the city. Yeah Philadelphia that. You're pretty proud of and that the city has opened up three. A city owned public skating. rinks tell me a little bit about what you you didn't. In being involved in that when the city there were five rinks in the city owned by the city and they were going to shut them down because of economic reasons and we five years ago we volunteered to operate them at no cost to the city managed them and and you know we went in and the five rinks quite frankly. We're we're very dilapidated. They'd been neglected. They were built in the fifties and sixties and and no one had kept up with them so to speak and They were open air. They had to move but they had no sides You could only play from March to November from November to March And you know sometimes. How'd you couldn't play at all because of leaking roofs? And what have you so we made a deal with the state to stay put in six and a half million we put in six and a half million and we've enclosed already three of the ranks there now beautiful there year round we can use them three hundred and sixty five days a year. We put a twenty year lease with the city living and we run them and we provide ice time equipment Co. cheen educational services to the kids free of charge and it's been a phenomenal title program for the Inner City kids. Yeah the Snyder hockey started in two thousand five and you also work with them in life skills. Do you not trying to develop life skills. We to help with their homework. They have to get passing grades to continue in the program. And we've had some wonderful wonderful success stories and the parents of these kids are are just thrilled and and so it's been a big big thing and it's something I really wanted. I wanted to be my legacy because I really feel that these intercity kids need needs needed to help they can get. I agree. And it's a great program. We only have about twenty five seconds left when you think back on your long career associated with sports particularly hockey anything. Stand out in your mind that that you'll never forget. Well I'll never forget the first cup point. We Pete Boston with body or Phil Esposito at all one to nothing Bernie. Peron shut him out in game six fixes the Stanley Cup. That year. Seven is we talked about. Nothing will ever top from me and I want to thank you for your time and again. Congratulations on the Snyder. Hockey program in the city city of Philadelphia. And the way you're giving back it's very meaningful. Thanks a lot for joining us on sports byline. Okay Ron. Thank you Ed Snider with US ed. US Hockey Hall Hall of fame member. Now going in with Chris Chilies Mike Emmerick and also Keith Tkachuk. He is the chairman of comcast spectacle and they own the Philadelphia Flyers and doing doing a great job in the city of Philadelphia. We continue with more of you and sports byline..

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ed snider" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Also like to encourage you if you think you're pretty good writer to send some of your blogs to us because we are always looking for good blockers fans hands out there. Who Know what they're talking about and could put down head to paper as they say and so all you have to sit down in front of the computer knock out a blog? Send it to me here at Sports Byline USA. Just go to the website. Click on my picture that will take you to the bio page and at the bottom. There is a link there where you can email me. And we've had a number of the fans out there who have turned out to be regular bloggers on our home page here at sports byline. Also if you go to the website you'll see that we have not only the blog section but some of the interviews that we due during the course of a week on all of our shows are posted there so if you happen to miss them and miss the show you can go ahead and listen to those interviews and also we have a sports byline highline classic area. A lot of people have asked me over the years. Hey Ron how can we listen to some of the classic interviews you've had on sports byline USA and all you have to do now is go to the website and and you'll see some of the ones that we post each week there so check it all out. It's an interesting website for he had sports. BYLINE DOT COM. Ed Snider is going into the US hockey hall of fame. He's going in with some pretty good names. Chris Chelios Mike Emrick and also Keith Chuck. He is the chairman of comcast spectacle. Now that's an entertainment company that owns Philadelphia Flyers also the Wells Fargo Center the spectrum and the regional sports network comcast sports network and he formerly owned The Philadelphia Seventy sixers sixers and upon learning that the NHL was planning to expand in the sixties. Steiner made plans for a new arena in Philadelphia the spectrum to houseboat the flyers in the seventy sixers and and the flyers became the first NHL expansion team to win the Stanley Cup. That was in one thousand nine hundred seventy four and then to repeat as champions in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and then we're going to spend some time with writer John Branch. He's a writer for the New York Times and he has written a three part series that I think is one of the best writings in sports. Journalism isn't that I've seen in a long time over six months. The New York Times examined the life and death of Derek Bogarde. Derek was a young player that died at the age of twenty eight. Because he was as an enforcer in the National Hockey League and it took its toll on him. It's a fascinating story. But we're ready to crack it up. Ed Snider next for you on Sports byline. Excuse me captain. This is your wake-up call from the new iphone. Wireless looks at now. What if you had to fly.

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"ed snider" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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11:32 min | 2 years ago

"ed snider" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"My Name's align Hama here with Jerry and Sean two times focused today brother. How you guys doing today? Wonderful foreground one doing well. Thank you for the invite. Yeah you know. It's been exactly one year today since you guys first came on the podcast and you know like blessed us with you know some of you guys is presence in. Oh let us know a little bit information about the kids you know and and I really I respect to guys I really appreciate. It's been a it's been a great journey so far but we still got a long way to go a long way to go along Absolutely it's been It's been tough. It has been some joys been payne's been tough long long journey for I saw but We stick together how to support man. We can work anything. I heard that I heard that there's been a lot of spent a lot of stress on this journey like but it's a roller coaster. Everything you know like if you always always having good when the bad hits prepared for that's what I'm saying. Tessa faith test your faith always one hundred percent. That's exactly what it is as a test of faith. Yes but no matter what you got to be able to look at the lessons that you learned from his journey. Yeah we always try to look at where we go on the destination but these Lesson that we learned on his journey are so important. Because it's a positive and everything that you do for some people lose a places. Some people lose their cars and autos Augustine. God bless him with him later they sometimes we got to get out on way. Man Understand is something we do. I understand that a hundred percent in. Oh like because it's it's all a test you know everything. Everything is a test and just because you know you might not get that one hundred percent that a plus you know you might get that C.. Plus Jason this is about learning how to grow back to get that a once again. You know what I'm saying like real talk. I'm I'm telling you what to execute get those results that we want. You GotTa go through this you gotTa feel a Pang. You gotta feel the uncomfortable feeling that we all feel and we got to keep going. Because those was are distractions trying to distract away from. Are we supposed to be doing a lot of distractions in this world. You know rather so today today. I WanNa talk about you guys. I WanNa talk about what you guys have gone through in the past year. You know some of those trials and tribulations some of those successes that are just you know like they'll they'll actually take people's People's breath away you know but also I wanNA talk about I WANNA go into being single fathers. You know like us a single dads you know like going through through some of the struggles that we have to face justice black men but also having a face the struggles men ourselves that are in a in a woman dominated world. You know when it comes to children at least you know like a lot less weird seeing us a single dads you know pop up sometimes. Like where's the mom you know you know everybody questions Eh. We do the hair in saying we do the shopping. We bought a shoes. We get everything that those children need you know. In order for them to succeed you know so they can showed showed two times focus. You know what I mean not I mean like I wanna I wanNA talk about his legacy man about his legacy after. It's about showing that your kids that you know you may have had to go through those hard times but they still got positive in them too. You know because I can tell you I've been going through a little bit with my baby. You know no being a being a single dad you know. I think she's got a little bit anxiety separation anxiety you know. I've been struggling through that. We'll get more into that later. Let's talk about you guys right now. So what was going on today. What's going on with two times? Focus right now and the two thousand nineteen almost twenty. Two thousand thousand focuses about to be two years deep into this James Okay and business yes sir. So the journeys is that we have been on and the lessons that come with have been amazing understanding that we are single fathers and we face a lot of adversity. Sweet lava hasn't been highlighted. So people are shocked when they see us out in public with our kids and so on and so forth but the big thing about it is to be able to interact interact with them and understand and let them know that you human and that you're GonNa make some mistakes and I think we need to be able to communicate with our key is more. Let them know that we still go through stuff. We're not perfect. and Dan share some of the stuff that we go through so they can understand that we are human and they can learn from as well. Yeah I agree with that. A hundred percent kids. Look at us a superheroes we do. Try to hide everything that like the the real struggles of life that we go through. We try to hide that from him. You Know I. I know that my mother headed for me. You know and I know I know that you know is probably vice versa. Same Old same going down the line because we don't ever want her children to think that we're struggling like that but even even if we do you know I think we should learn to teach them about that struggle and the struggle is real salute. That's real life. You know like his real life you never gonna see all sunshine and rainbows. This is similar to what you say brother because I know similar we talk. We haven't talked in a while but we talk some deep conversations with each each other so I I definitely understand but my situation is totally different. My kids mother my boys by one mother. Uh my daughter by another one super supportive to support okay. Yay Very Ver- man. When I say to the to the one hundreds yeah we disagree? They just supportive so that helps me a lot as well. Yeah see that is native it is needed. It's very needed. You know as they did when and I couldn't see I wish I wish I had that man you know it's a struggle every day you know you gotta go through the gotTa go. I gotta go through the Ringer when my baby Momma. Just just to try to get you know some clemency tunnel just Just to keep it kosher pushing to keep praying pushing you know you gotta give us like I've gotta give give give give but you know there's there's no take that's part of the UH comfortable Philly what you gotta go through but the ultimate results execution your daughter going to be happy. Yeah Yeah my master overall. She's Daddy's girl here. You know. That's daddy's unknown Ed. Yea telling you man like that's the truth. I never allies Mama's boy daddy's girls fake or not. That's real life right. There was real. ooh brother telling you man like what she sees you and it's just light up man. Is that light. You can have a bad day. Kids alight shop. You know even if you're tired I come on do science experiment real quick only one day. Yeah that's that motivation. I remember somebody used to laugh at me and my daughter the relationship when they didn't have a daughter that was me he looking right at all times out of the chain I was trip. You Ain't saying no to nothing you tripping I'm glad I don't have a daughter Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah daughter. Love all my kids the same name but that daughter love is different. It is soda stuff was laughing about going through now go. She's five years old whatever she won't Ed Snider Terrorists six essays. Yeah Happy Birthday. Christmas is common like much watch. Yeah that must Christmas Alexi. I'm like I was four bill so just happened but it also helps us. You're absolutely right when I see her and a days when I don't want to go and we got you got to put your all into your purpose into your pass into what you're supposed to be doing. And she hopes yeah to to the fullest on a different level than you guys because my daughter's a little older so my daughter be twelve next month so she has helped me grow as a man as a Father Isla Amer first relationship but at the same time. She's kicking walls that I've had built up in my whole life. I'm able to do things that I would never do with a one and because of my daughter. Okay I know my daughter has helped me grow. Give me some examples. Give me some very affectionate in public. So I wasn't very keen with kissing overhang absolutely but my daughter order has taken things to a different levels with things that I wasn't comfortable with and I didn't WanNa do I do effortlessly now. So she's taught me how to be able to love a woman in a different capacity. Now Yeah so as I learn grow and evolve with her I can take these same things and put him into a woman as well so she definitely helped me. She shows she tells you that. Love Man teach you how to showed what I love man true story for I witnessed it. I laughed at it. Oh yeah never. PDA In public now. Right now I'm very affectionate at all so it just wasn't something I was comfortable with. I feel that I was growing and learning who I was as a man so you know we hear Natto. Yeah Yeah Man Yeah here one hundred percent and you know and I say one of the hardest things about being a single dad is just you know like the p the spectators you know a lot of people were going to be there to give you motivation. You know to tell you how good you're doing but you also have those people who you know are in the background always chopping you down like A. Ah especially when it comes to men raising girls. You know Mike. It's it's it's like there's conception you know what I mean like because it's like my mother can raise a son you know but can I mother truly raise a son prime example of yes she can you know but how can a father raise a daughter you know still teach her how to have in that respect and to be a young woman become a young woman from a from a little girl to a young lady to a woman for grown woman instead values in absolutely you know like still have that heart still have the faith still have the belief and still want to focus on her or their future we set Natale setting. It's home at five eight years old. She know not to touch the door. Yeah see no not to touch cheer. Because I'm a all of that. We certainly tell now. And as an unconditional conditioner is just no. I can't imagine not doing nothing else I've been I've been there man like it's to me. It's it's a struggle every day you know because we don't want to give our daughter's too much you know but we try to give them the world at the same time you you know what I mean. How can that a win is too much too much? You know have a balanced. You gotTa have balances a single father. You know in order to understand and help your children understand. That ain't nothing in this. World is free destruction discipline no yeah structure into I like the structure and discipline always. I've been actually listening to a lot of different things online. And they're talking about affirmations for our daughters. You know like so you let your daughter. Listen to these certain affirmations in the car like that tells them that they are young powerful all black one. We do it every morning. You know what I'm saying. Yes so you know. That's something into wow. We do it every single morning. See everyone this is amazing. Confirmation their brother it is. It is because I'm telling you seal go to her mom or grandma demo affirmations and they said what I'm a princess powerful genius..

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"ed snider" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

13:08 min | 3 years ago

"ed snider" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"My Name's align Hama here with Jerry and Sean two times focused today brother. How you guys doing today? Wonderful foreground one doing well. Thank you for the invite. Yeah you know. It's been exactly one year today since you guys first came on the podcast and you know like blessed us with you know some of you guys is presence in. Oh let us know a little bit information about the kids you know and and I really I respect to guys I really appreciate. It's been a it's been a great journey so far but we still got a long way to go a long way to go along Absolutely it's been It's been tough. It has been some joys been payne's been tough long long journey for I saw but We stick together how to support man. We can work anything. I heard that I heard that there's been a lot of spent a lot of stress on this journey like but it's a roller coaster. Everything you know like if you always always having good when the bad hits prepared for saying Tessa Faith Test Your faith always one hundred percent. That's exactly what it is as a test of faith. Yes but no matter what you got to be able to look at the lessons that you learned from his journey. Yeah we always try to look at where we go on the destination but these Lesson that we learned on his journey are so important. Because it's a positive and everything that you do for some people lose a places. Some people lose their cars and autos Augustine. God bless him with him later they sometimes we got to get out on way. Man Understand is something we do. I understand that a hundred percent in. Oh like because it's it's all a test you know everything. Everything is a test and just because you know you might not get that one hundred percent that a plus you know you might get that C.. Plus Jason this is about learning how to grow back to get that a once again. You know what I'm saying like real talk. I'm I'm telling you what to execute get those results that we want. You GotTa go through this you gotTa feel a Pang. You gotta feel the uncomfortable feeling that we all feel and we got to keep going. Because those was are distractions trying to distract away from. Are we supposed to be doing a lot of distractions in this world. You know rather so today today. I WanNa talk about you guys. I WanNa talk about what you guys have gone through in the past year. You know some of those trials and tribulations some of those successes that are just you know like they'll they'll actually take people's People's breath away you know but also I wanNA talk about I WANNA go into being single fathers. You know like us a single dads you know like going through through some of the struggles that we have to face justice black men but also having a face the struggles men ourselves that are in a in a woman dominated world. You know when it comes to children at least you know like a lot less weird seeing us a single dads you know pop up sometimes. Like where's the mom you know you know everybody questions Eh. We do the hair in saying we do the shopping. We bought a shoes. We get everything that those children need you know. In order for them to succeed you know so they can showed showed two times focus. You know what I mean not I mean like I wanna I wanNA talk about his legacy man about his legacy after. It's about showing that your kids that you know you may have had to go through those hard times but they still got positive in them too. You know because I can tell you I've been going through a little bit with my baby. You know no being a being a single dad you know. I think she's got a little bit anxiety separation anxiety you know. I've been struggling through that. We'll get more into that later. Let's talk about you guys right now. So what was going on today. What's going on with two times? Focus right now and the two thousand nineteen almost twenty. Two thousand thousand focuses about to be two years deep into this James Okay and business yes sir. So the journeys is that we have been on and the lessons that come with have been amazing understanding that we are single fathers and we face a lot of adversity. Sweet lava hasn't been highlighted. So people are shocked when they see us out in public with our kids and so on and so forth but the big thing about it is to be able to interact interact with them and understand and let them know that you human and that you're GonNa make some mistakes and I think we need to be able to communicate with our key is more. Let them know that we still go through stuff. We're not perfect. and Dan share some of the stuff that we go through so they can understand that we are human and they can learn from as well. Yeah I agree with that. A hundred percent kids. Look at us a superheroes we do. Try to hide everything that like the the real struggles of life that we go through. We try to hide that from him. You Know I. I know that my mother headed for me. You know and I know I know that you know is probably vice versa. Same Old same going down the line because we don't ever want her children to think that we're struggling like that but even even if we do you know I think we should learn to teach them about that struggle and the struggle is real salute. That's real life. You know like his real life you never gonna see all sunshine and rainbows. This is similar to what you say brother because I know similar we talk. We haven't talked in a while but we talk some deep conversations with each each other so I I definitely understand but my situation is totally different. My kids mother my boys by one mother. Uh my daughter by another one super supportive to support okay. Yay Very Ver- man. When I say to the to the one hundreds yeah we disagree? They just supportive so that helps me a lot as well. Yeah see that is native it is needed. It's very needed. You know as they did when and I couldn't see I wish I wish I had that man you know it's a struggle every day you know you gotta go through the gotTa go. I gotta go through the Ringer when my baby Momma. Just just to try to get you know some clemency tunnel just Just to keep it kosher pushing to keep praying pushing you know you gotta give us like I gotta give give give give but you know. There's there's no take. That's part of the aisle comfortable Philly. What you gotta go through but the ultimate results execution your daughter going to be happy? Yeah Yeah my master overall. She's Daddy's girl here. You know. That's daddy's unknown Ed. Yea telling you man like that's the truth. I never allies Mama's boy daddy's girls fake or not. That's real life right. There was real. ooh brother telling you man like what she sees you and it's just light up man. Is that light. You can have a bad day. Kids alight shop. You know even if you're tired I come on do science experiment real quick only one day. Yeah that's that motivation. I remember somebody used to laugh at me and my daughter order relationship when they didn't have a daughter that was me he looking right at all times out of the chain I was trip. You Ain't saying no to nothing you tripping I'm glad I don't have a daughter Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah daughter. Love all my kids the same name but that daughter love is different. It is soda stuff was laughing about going through now go. She's five years old whatever she won't Ed Snider Terrorists six essays. Yeah Happy Birthday. Christmas is common like much. Latch right. Yeah that must Christmas Alexi. I'm like I was four bill so just happened but it also helps us. You're absolutely right when I see her and a days when I don't want to go and we got you got to put your all into your purpose into your pass into what you're supposed to be doing. And she hopes yeah to to the fullest on a different level than you guys because my daughter's a little older so my daughter be twelve next month so she has helped me grow as a man as a Father Isla Amer first relationship but at the same time. She's kicking walls that I've had built up in my whole life. I'm able to do things that I would never do with a one and because of my daughter. Okay I know my daughter has helped me grow. Give me some examples. Give me some very affectionate in public. So I wasn't very keen with kissing overhang absolutely but my daughter order has taken things to a different levels with things that I wasn't comfortable with and I didn't WanNa do I do effortlessly now. So she's taught me how to be able to love a woman in a different capacity. Now Yeah so as I learn grow and evolve with her I can take these same things and put him into a woman as well so she definitely helped me. She shows she tells you that. Love Man teach you how to showed. I love man true story for I witnessed it. I laughed at it. Oh yeah never. PDA In public. Now Right. Now I'm very affectionate at all so it just wasn't something I was comfortable with. I feel that I was growing and learning who I was as a man so you know we hear Natto. Yeah Yeah Man Yeah here one hundred percent and you know and I say one of the hardest things about being a single dad is just you know like the p the spectators you know a lot of people were going to be there to give you motivation. You know to tell you how good you're doing but you also have those people who you know are in the background always chopping you down like A. Ah especially when it comes to men raising girls. You know Mike. It's it's it's like there's conception you know what I mean like because it's like my mother can raise a son you know but can I mother truly raise a son prime example of yes she can you know but how can a father raise a daughter you know still teach her how to have in that respect and to be a young woman become a young woman from a from a little girl to a young lady to a woman for grown woman instead values in absolutely you know like still have that heart still have the faith still have the belief and still want to focus on her or their future we set Natale setting. It's home at five eight years old. She know not to touch the door. Yeah see no not to touch cheer. Because I'm a all of that. We certainly tell now. And as an unconditional conditioner is just no. I can't imagine not doing nothing else I've been I've been there man like it's to me. It's it's a struggle every day you know because we don't want to give our daughter's too much you know but we try to give them the world at the same time you you know what I mean. How can that a win is too much too much? You know have a balanced and you've got to have balance as a single father you know in order to understand and help your children understand. That ain't nothing in this. World is free destruction discipline No yeah structure into I like the structure and discipline always. I've been actually listening to a lot of different things online. And they're talking about affirmations for our daughters. You know like so you let your daughter. Listen to these certain affirmations in the car like that tells them that they are young powerful all black one. We do it every morning. You know what I'm saying. Yes so you know. That's something into wow. We do it every single morning. See everyone this is amazing. Confirmation their brother it is. It is because I'm telling you seal go to her mom or grandma demo affirmations and they said what I'm a princess powerful genius. I love helping people every day every day every day. You have to. You know because it's like that that instills that it teaches them to be a better person and if somehow like locks it in so it's his senior sub-conscious you know because a lot of us we live off off the surface you know. We don't. We don't like to go into our sub conscious because there is pain there is hurt you know there. Is You know some malice. ALICEA might have happened in the palace back in the day when it comes down to it. It's just it is what it is and you know you gotta learn you. Can you can deal with those emotions and know that they are not what defines you. Oh you know what I'm saying. Correct Oh the biggest part for me is the level of communication. Yes his father's being able to talk to our daughters and mothers would desai's we all go through adversity. We all go go through paying. We're GONNA go through stuff that's GonNa make us uncomfortable. That's going to hurt us. That's GonNa make us cry. Hi so on and so forth but how you communicate those emotions and lack of it because a lot of us haven't had it passed down to us so is new so we're trying to break the cycle but we have to be able to to be able to allow our kids to be comfortable where being able to talk to us and today's world even more so when a low in a way age of social social media is so much other influences out there so you need to be able to have a relationship and sometime US adults. Don't WanNA listen our kids. You WanNa tell them what to do. Saotome follow but you need to listen to them because they have a voice and it's something that you may miss if you don't listen so you wanna be able to build that up and for me. My daughters by get ready go to the teenage.

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"ed snider" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show

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"ed snider" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show

"A girl she is the director of the Ed Snider the Center for Enterprise and markets at the University of Maryland. Which is my Alma Mater? She is now my surge. University of Maryland professor on the talent grow show I was Dr Ed Lock Episode Ninety Five and also Fester Michelle Gal Fan on episode one thirty three and Professor Auger Wall conducts research on the evolution of industries firms and individual careers as fostered by the twin engines of innovation and enterprise her scholarship uses an interdisciplinary or disciplinary lens to provide insights on strategic innovation for new venture creation and for firm renewal are teaching and engagement in gross oriented firms help business professionals advanced through personal leadership develop win-win relationships and create a virtuous spiral between their aspirations and abilities as I love that welcome to the show Sherie good afternoon and thank you so much for having me be part of your show. I really appreciate your taking the time and I look forward talking with you about leadership and all of the things that you bring to the world from your perspective but before we do always have our guests described their professional professional journey very briefly. Where did you start. And how did you end up where you are today but I started off as an economist. you know got my PhD economic sense for the first seven or eight years of my research and teaching career. I was actually in an economics department and as you already read from my bile I ended up studying adding the evolution of industries but very quickly I realized it's not industries that make decisions as they evolve and grow and even die. It's really the firms and not even the firms within them but the individuals who through their own personal aspirations because they are leveraging abridging their knowledge they are the ones that create new firms grow them renew them as a the environment dictates tate's and requires sometimes even create their own environment and so those were the things that really fascinated me so I often think of myself in my journey starting starting off fullest isn't economists then transitioning into strategic management then transitioning into strategic entrepreneurship and by that had I don't mean just new farms and small farms I also mean existing thumbs and leaders within them that are looking to change and grow and then finally at this stage of my career pink about how enterprising people whether they are high school students enrolled in our South Program for instance. That's ongoing doing right now all the way through the executive. Mba as that I interact with Hawkins Day leverage that own personal leadership themselves for the team said they were acquitted and for the organizations that they choose to associate themselves with and this is exactly the intersection between your interests and mine which is why why we get along so well and why I knew that once we spoke some more and get to know each other a little bit better than I read some more of your writing I wanted to bring you onto the show and share your perspective have because you bring a lot of debts but also press as you describe to leadership and on that point you know as you said you know Michelle and Ed to people that are scholars that have been affiliated with the University of Maryland are still are and of course good friends of mine. You know a lot of the personal leadership aspect comes from the organizational behavior you know industrial psychology perspective which is exactly what Michelle and Ed have focused on abused in my own journey I have gravitated more towards that but I also retain the economic slash strategic element so I like the think about it as bringing both psychological and economic lenses together because you know I ultimately am fundamentally sleep passionate about upward mobility but I don't define upward mobility just in economic terms but also in psychological and intellectual groped. It's Oh okay well. I want to talk more about that than what upward mobility so intellectual psychological and Economic Growth Your Oh when you think about growth do you think and you said the word upward to me defines a very specific direction obviously and a lot of times. I know you you experience this. Probably an I talk to people all the time about career growth and direction as a leader also helping your please create a pass for development and so often people are very hyper focused on like the ladder climbing the ladder or in terms of a firm as I struggle with my own firms arms vision and and where I wanna go you know there is the sense that you're supposed to just keep growing and growing and growing and I believe that's not the case and it's is not always just up or it's not always just biggers better. What do you think about that. I agree so when I'm saying affordability. I don't necessarily mean either linea or ladder. Climbing in fact dot stresses me out just thinking you know honestly when I'm thinking about about upward mobility. It's very simple. It is about knowing what your priorities are again. This is one of the reasons why the Ladder Climbing Linnea visualization all upward mobility. I think you know detract from the richness of experience that ultimately ultimately lead you to words the Joni being the destination and when I think about journeys I don't necessarily think of upward climbs lines as much as unfolding this stuff and these vistas could be sometimes economic focus sometimes intellectual focus and sometimes same psychological focus and as you're going on one direction. It may very well be that you take a back seat on other actions. I'll give you an example of my own career. Okay okay. I told you that I was an economist and then I transitioned into strategic management you know I had promotion and tenure the your I switched alleged organizations from University of Central Florida to University of Illinois and I gave up both tenure and promotion to start off off as an assistant professor in a brand new discipline now. If you know anything about academia you know that tenure is highly coveted yes and so many people would look at me and say increase. You're giving up tenure. You're giving up security to start all the way of fresh but for me that was not downward moment so yes on the one round you could say I gave up promotion so it's not a career climb a ladder rung in fact I've come down two steps but for me that was for mobility the reason why that was the case was because I realized that my interest were more aligned in and businesses and in management and not in economics and I needed to be true to my aspirations I needed to be true to my own personal final growth mindset if you will and so Ben Afford. It was also an element of yes. There's an element of risk. There's an element of uncertainty not but I was in gracing that given that I knew what was the ten show achievement that I could make up there so in the long Iran. It ended up being hugely aboard mobile. Even though in the short run people would say that I took two steps back and that risk aversion Asian I think drives so many people it's interesting you focus on entrepreneurship and innovation and both of those disciplines or whatever you want to categorize prize them as both of those require a certain tolerance of risk or maybe even an appetite for risk because no innovation as possible and know entrepreneurship. It was possible if you want everything to be perfect and no failure to be a possibility if I may be frame that I actually think I'm highly risk averse us right now. Why am I saying that I'm highly risk averse and yet I'm doing all of these things about giving promotion and Kenya because I think that the reframing naming off it is you want to minimize everything that you can and mitigate all of the potential things that could go wrong right but you also want to be open to gaining and loaning new knowledge so for me. I don't think in terms of risk as much as I'm very comfortable. We'll making decisions in uncertain environments which is different from risk now. What do I mean by that. Uncertainty Fundamentally Mentally Comes from incomplete knowledge about all of the things that can happen but let's face it. Life itself is uncertain right and I think I think that the notion that innovators and enterprising people are actually risk-tolerant risk loving is missing the fact that they're to minimize any known risks but at the same time are very comfortable making decisions where the the future is not fully known and deterministic so they just move towards the decision more willingly than some other people who would just waiting to have all the ducks in a row which is technically impossible before making any kind of move right so it is that comfort level that even if in some sense you fail. Oh you're still gaining a lot of knowledge so failure in one dimension may still mean success in another level so let me give you another another example right. I often tell particularly mid level executives that feel like they're being tracked in their current position or they feel like they're not necessarily growing but at the same time are a little scared about giving the security of their current job ju venture new into a new position right because it's also the devil you know was the w downright all of those aspects that come into play and I often tell them mm-hmm. You know you can think about all of the things that you don't know that may go wrong but you also know all of the things right now that you're stymied diomede by frustrated by not waking up with a spring in your step. So how much better off would you be to at least give yourself permission to explore and so even if it may be that you have you know you're in a job where you feel like you're not being as successful as you can or even sailing the question out there is what is a better fit for me and so to be proactive about knowing what are your abilities. What are your aspirations ends and then how do you go about identifying your priorities given this and then how do you seek win-win relationships with other people may your creating value value and they're creating value all of that requires a lot of mental todd in energy and action but none of them are being couched risk dems. It's an action a year in your description and I think I hear this and I agree with it that it's like an experiment because there's things you don't know but you know what you have now is not necessarily ideal than it's better to take mitigated or thoughtful addition calculated action and try it as an experiment experiment recognizing that you'll gain more input about oh well that wasn't either for these reasons and that just sort of calibrates you towards the right thing one instep time and you know. I really appreciated the fact that you use the word experimentation because if I think about mitigating uncertainty and making decisions under uncertainty as really either you know trying to resolve the missing gaps in your knowledge you can really do it in two ways and I encourage people to do both one is experiment yourself but the other is share knowledge seek knowledge so not everything has to be reinvented again and again right you can benefit and this is where I see a huge amount of value add in a relationships. Shen ships where you're bringing together complementary people but also to the extent that I may not know the first thing that I should do again in the interest of mitigating time costs and going down patch that are going to lead to nowhere is ask so again Dan for this particular mid level executive that feels like they're stuck in a position rights dream. What is it that you WanNa do and then go ask the person that's already Eddie successful in that area. Take them for coffee SAT. You Know Blue Sky thinking what is it that you would do differently you know so it gathering information and experiment these other two actions through which you can make very good decisions in an uncertain environment. Yeah that's awesome. Um and you know so you get mentors rather than trying to go it alone. One of the things that I read you write a great column for Forbes and I was reading. Some of your back. Articles was very hard for me to choose ones that I wanted to talk with you about. There's so many good ones but one that seems relevant here. A little bit relevant. Here is this idea of social comparison because we are each on a different pass and it's very hard to compare ourselves truly like apples to apples when we look at someone else but there's some value in comparing ourselves faust others and also some detriment and envy comes up and you wrote an article about this how it is really important for people to en- leaders especially to recognize recognize that there's potential positive and negative emotions that get triggered when we compare ourselves so what's important for leaders to know about the difference between envy and social comparison so social comparison as you just said. Is You know you and I are socially together in our network and so it's very natural for you and I to look at each other and say you know Leli. I'm really you know you've got this great podcast on talents grow and you're doing so well and there can be a part of me that I'm very very established in the academic round. One of the things that I do want to do is reach out out to people that are actually doing the things that I research and talk about which is enterprising people right and you're already talking to them. Wow how greatest greatest outright and I can also be envious. You've got this great successful gas you know. How can I do that too or on the other hand. You may feel the same about me that you know you've got this folks column that you're writing regularly on Europe Faculty member. We can both compare so there could be areas that I feel like I could learn from you. You have so envy or hope and inspiration our emotions that get triggered when when someone has something that you aspire to or desire having yourself but you personally don't have right envy is is really a negative emotion. It's about feeling sentiment you have it. I don't but the same social comparison can cause me to feel hoping been inspiration wow Hilali. You've done this you know. What can I learn from you. Can you share with me what successful about it and then of course your benevolence downward social comparison. I have something that Russia doesn't have so you could either feel jealousy. You know the word jealous lower comes comes from the fact that I don't WanNa lose something that I have to someone else like I said he wouldn't tallahassee right so this download comparison can either trigger jealousy and fear on on your part Oregon's trigger gratitude and benevolence and innovative spirit that wow I really value what I have..

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