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"enquist" Discussed on Podcast Italiano
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"enquist" Discussed on The Jai Show
"I could see. The the the children's. Television Program ocsar with Enquist. Knowing's. In his role is Lamar. Because he was compassionate even from venue was patient even from Ben. He. He had a Lotta Heart? Heart. Chart within his character. And I think some people are just born. So police rules and use definitely fog Disney. On, ice celebrate him I salute him because he's a positive impact on our young nights. And he's cute. Any scuttled the ice forty. There's a look it, but he's forty and that's off enough to be my uncle that's old enough to be made side. So it's technically could call him daddy. A not. Not In a sexual way guys. Like. Long. Sexually. But could. He could be my dad. and He seems that he would make a very good that you know. So hot sauce you noise. I apologize for stalking your tweets because he was pretty hard to gain who's pretty hard to find all social media. He owning really has a twitter that he's a pretty little. Low Key guy. So it was hard to plano summation but. Looking at his twitter. Personnel Sesame Street on the person really. Is Is. The same so. I salute you. Like I like you. Like you a lot. On continues to do what you're doing there on sesame street being such a positive opposition young black men. Respectable Sesame Street was that from the beginning, they had good. Black represents the issue with gardening Suzanne. And I think that's missing in today's programming. As on a secret I don't really watch flakes. I am a youtube Kinda girl. I watch a lot of weird stuff on Youtube. Okay. I'm a youtube girl not youtuber but youtube girl because I don't even have it in edges. All you to. Watching videos actually get my entertainment and hot soft people. Hawaii. Birth. The production quality is state the way that you do what you do is incredible. I don't know if I have the guts to become youtuber to be honest. This podcast just came about by me being bored and going for it to be honest be frank with you but. I'm claiming more confident people hearing my voice. Than for them to see my face of thousands of people to see. May Face. I don't think about by looking, but is just one thing to get in front of a camera on create content people in such a performance we so while not every. Profound WanNa leave our the phone but it's Lou Youtube I usually wears you keep me entertained. Thank you for your content. You know thank you for doing you. Youtube is going to be the new CDs. Television. But it's wished odds would stop cutting in the most round understand that the saints, peas, youtubers and stuff but. It just cuts in the most random taints. Come on. Come on. Come on. Way. Way..
"enquist" Discussed on The Playbook
"And this is so much fun for me. 'cause WITH ENTREPRENEURS. I usually get people that are like under thirty years old and they don't even know what alleged means. Sue Enquist is a hall of. Famer FOR UCLA. Both as a player and a coach. You also have one softball which you started as you retired and also you teach yes at UCLA. A Lotta at school back on campus. It's it's amazing. This is about lessons about playbook to success so I can't imagine anyone unless we could reincarnate John would and then I'd rather have on here about teaching lessons because I'm sure to start. You probably inherited some of the Pyramid of Success. Into Your Teaching and coaching and playing capabilities. Absolutely he was a huge influence to me especially when that transition occurred from being. I was a school. Their assistant coach Co head coach and head coach. He became very close to me when I took over the program as a sole head coach and was really just a North Star for me during those times when you have to make those tough decisions more national championships. Because I know you have so many. Well technically as coaches. We both have ten but he always likes to say I have more because I had one as a player so technically ever had a player well hopefully live as long as strong as John. Goodness Sake my favorite thing about the pyramid of success and Ucla in general is that I was blessed to help and lock At being in the sports agency business warning I helped him through senior day into the draft. And we're up at Stanford for Senior Day on. Espn and I'm waiting. In the cafeteria of their sports cafeteria. And Lo and behold on the wall at Stanford was the Pyramid of success and I told Warren Moon who obviously is my business partner but also an icon to me. A A mentor of mine. Because what he has achieved on and off the field I said. Can you believe how powerful John? Wooden is that their biggest competitor one of their biggest competitors is putting the pyramid of success in their cafeteria for all their athletes to live by Dec. How did the pyramid or your philosophy help you? 'cause you're just a win. I mean if you look at the records John Wooden people like you said you have one more championship overall. And everyone knows John. One is the winningest coach of all time and most dominant in a very competitive sport. You Know How did you? You'll quietly and silently. You know maintain and then even exceed the expectations of what the Bruins consider that winning pyramid philosophy. I think when you look at people that have sustained success. They have roadmaps that are markers to their success and for me. I'm a product of my mother and father my family daughter of military father. My mom was a nurse so I had this amazing combination of disciplined but also empathy and inspiration with my mom. When I got into coaching. I had another great mentor and Sharron Backus who really built the blueprint for UCLA softball. I was at Ucla saw before she got there. I was a freshman entered in first scholarship at UCLA. My freshman year. We were the men's track team practice. T shirts were lame uniforms. And so that gives you an idea of how we started right to be a part of a program. That just transitioned into intercollegiate sport. When you have people around you that have great belief regardless of what you think that standards need to be you have to have coal uniforms. You have to have a great facility. We had none of that but we had a person that came in at sand. We're GONNA work super hard. We're going to be smart about our workload. We're going to be mentally tough. We're GONNA pay attention to how we do our work and we'll let the results take care of themselves and long story short by the time. I was a senior. We had developed a program that had really put together. Amazing people that happened to be softball players. And so that was my first formal introduction to watching how you build as a player and then when I had the opportunity to assist her and actually build it out and sustain it it always came back to who we were is always going to be greater than what we do and we really put together in my opinion. A very fundamentally sound technical program with a high standard of performance character skills and moral character skills with an accountability around it that really taught our student athletes. That how you live your life outside. The white lines is equally important to us. As what you do inside the white lines and set up standards that would uphold those values and really for me. Once we created that it was more about sustaining our fundamentals but remaining relevant as each decade sport life changes and to remain relevant. It was amazing to because there seems to be a collective consciousness that I've noticed that Ucla from the seventies to the eighties and the nineties. In fact at one time I think. Ucla had more gold medals or more medals than entire countries. Right just an extraordinary place. It wasn't just in men's sports in Women's sports in all different genres sports. It wasn't just the big four. I mean it was incredible consciousness. That still is there today. But there is a transformational side of what you learned and I want to get to that. Transformation Sei because as you bridge from playing as a champion to coaching as legendary champion into one softball right to empower others. Yes and to have a bigger purpose greater consciousness S. We're where did that idea come from as because you could easily live in southern California extraordinary career and I'm a surfer so I could have just gone to the board right by the beach? Yeah you just served away to have it instead. You decide to take a whole new project. What was the the true impetus of starting off ball? I appreciate you asking that because a lot of people think coach is one thing that we I think fall. Short of in the coaching industry is we should move on from our careers and coaching and B. influencers and advocates for what we need to build in society overall coaches and athletes have an amazing platform to unify. And so part of the reason I would never burn out at UCLA. It was heaven it. It was a place that inspired me to be better every single day as a person and as a player and ultimately as a coach and I got out of coaching. Because I was more curious about could I help? Our sport of softball provide greater access to our champions through my platform and the people that are in my network and so what I did. I said I don't know anything about a business. I'm a coach. I just had my own business with speaking right. But that's yourself taking care of your business. This was going to be something where I'm going to reach out to the community and I said I know nothing about the pain points of view softball so I'm going to spend three to four years and we do all the research and I'm GonNA interview all the MOMS and the DADS and the daughters and the coaches that I can find and find out what the pain points are so we interviewed over twenty thousand families. Do you find that yourself. I financed the whole thing. I finance all of one softball and I have an amazing team of volunteers and people that have made a commitment to be a part of one softball and one of the things I wanted to do was i. Didn't I didn't want to go and get a sponsor and then they would want their content in there and my goal was I wanted to be a vehicle for the youth sport family. What do you need so we synthesize it down into three areas? The parents said overall as a you softball parent work or kind of disorganized. We don't know who to trust because there aren't vehicles to find the vetted unverified information you need for example path to college. How do you discern in the if you type in recruiting at the College? You'RE GONNA get millions of results. How do you know what's that in verified? That's number one number. Two the coaches. We gotta remember youth coaches there. That's just a dad or a mom that said I'll help right and so intentions good intentions. They don't have any education right and so people like. Oh well you can go to the coaches convention. I don't know too many parents. They have an extra thousand dollars to go to a convention fly to a convention. Spend three days so the coach needed education and sadly when we interviewed the student athlete. She needed more fun though really. She needed more inspiration. She needed less pressure and so I said from there. I'm going to go to my network and I'm going to interview. All our champions that have succeeded over time and not necessarily just in championships but championship people that happened to coach softball from the US side and the collegiate site Multiple Divisions Division One Division Two division. Three amazing people doesn't matter the division and had them answer all the pain points and then we put those videos and all union Salman like nope. I'm giving it all away. Course Sam's GonNa put it on the website and that's where it is one toppled dot com no pressure so interesting because as you describe your experiences as a player and a coach in what. Ucla provided it. You brought up a vision to me of you know extraordinary pressure that is self imposed but yet studying John Wooden and understanding you know I Mission is to enjoy the consistent everyday persistent without quit pursuit of my potential which is an amalgamated four. Move that the principles that I learned from John. Wooden in the pyramid to success being consistent and persistent where does he say? Look at so many different sports being a parent of three daughters and a son and the pressure that is put on it and where that comes from today because it has changed in accelerated over the years. Where do you think that pressure comes from today for all student athletes? Where's it coming from? Well let's first talk about the pressure that it doesn't matter that you're athlete. Let's first just talk about the pressure self-induced from a student that their desire to achieve number one. It's a human kind of a human need is I want to do well. That's number one so it's self induced as one but what's happening now because of the the intersection of social media what's happening in our society this onslaught of information that the student has to be on all the time. And if you're over forty I really want to ask those adults that are over forty that have children to listen more to your child. Just listen more when they WANNA be heard. Just listen because they have so much information coming in. Plus can you imagine growing up the many you wake up you have to be on because you have to document everything you do? You have to document your bedroom to document you eight to breed seeping and and I have to be happy. And that's what we're not paying attention to is. We're not providing an outlet for these students today in two thousand twenty. You know my generation. We had lots of outlets. We'd go to the park disappear for six hours of the.
"enquist" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Stay and you need to master failure covering failure. What CHELSEA RECOVERY? You need master that would fail to recovery failure recovery. You'RE GONNA master that failure recover. Oh failure I got it okay. You're going to master getting over. The moment would are not going to sit in your junk in this program and athletes that struggled with any one of those where they they. They have one hundred percent control in those three areas so that locus of control zero zero tolerance zero zero tolerance zero okay. I can't wait to get into the art of how you do this. All three of those as you would easily recognize our psychological. Yes so when you're coaching XS a nose and strategy in physical. Whatever are you more interested in the psychology or you? Is it all kind of fit together? Ooh there odd their gears because my background's in Kinesiology I love the science of movement. I love this. Our game is very. There's lots of technology around hitting so my poor team because I'm I'm innovative. I've innovative spirit. I always wanted to be on the edge of all the technology so I was helping companies all the time. Try to push things and I'd use the kids right go coach. No not another tool but for me this do now that came in and you can imagine you've got eighteen number one kids so on a number one kid on my team coming to now a team of seventeen other number one kids and how you stir that up with women is a daily challenge and an attention to detail zero tolerance because the wheels can come off the cart. If you just start to give a little bit on one kid all. They're having a tough day or she just failed her history exam so kids at struggled with it. It's because I zero tolerance. Okay so let's say Line drive coming through. Ball skips in bounced off the glove. And they've got a bad frame right like it's kind of over the shoulder type thing and they're not. They're not in front of the ball yet. Okay basic kind of mistake. And what do you do at that moment? Do take full full system around failure recovery. So it's a station so they after practice Monday through Friday so on Game Day. It's just execute. What we worked on Monday through Friday. My bad two outs look at a teammate. Your Glove Okay. My bad so you own it. I'm only I'm letting the team know I'm in the moment I get for me you. Can I give the outs I'm back I've already was? What's the give the out to outsource You go back to you. Go to Situation Awareness. You have two outs yet. So my head is now focus its Out of the internal into the external yep okay and then I go ahead point to my lateral teammate. And do what I got you. I'm here I'm back on back. And let's say let's say they go through the motions women's volleyball indoor for four years the Olympic team and one of the narratives that we spun around was a great experience. Karai whole phenomenal most implemented. Come on. He's was coaching and so I- Bruin yes or no. I mean legendary. I learned so much cartoon this for years. He's amazing much from the women that were you know world class in but there was a narrative that we had which is so after. Play after something goes. Well it's a natural huddle rights. You imagine the women on the huddling yen slapping Johnny. Yeah Okay Cool. And then after Miss Bala mistake something that may be to mistakes in a row they still want to come together and huddle and hug and be in it and there was a narrative like is. I don't K- like Shh. Let's call it. Let's be be ridiculous. Three mistakes were still a was still hugging. Because there's a falseness Like it ain't okay like this might cost us from the blank and this is not our best self but then the alternative is not hugging. Not Coming together which feels icy. Well I think what you have to do. If you're a leader is every team has their way. That's air quotes has their way. So the I'm not here to say what model works and doesn't work. It's asking your team. What is authentic and then creating that behavior that must be executed? Okay let's go little Susie firm and you've got this model where my bad and you feel it and then you check external you get the score and then you check in with your teammates and then you go back to yourself and your screwed up man. This is a mess like aunt off. And so you aback internal well it it it. Of course there are athletes that do that and so what you're trying to do is create a behavior that helps them slip the chain back on the correct positive gear right like let me get that chain backup on that higher gear and so we know for a fact And I've always believed this and evidence to prove it that the impact visually when it appears someone attempting to go through their failure recovery even went inside they make the team may think. I know she's still struggling with it. There's a unity. That's happening that we're putting the game I at. Ucla we always talked about. I was just always said. I'm a messenger of excellence. I'm a messenger of excellence. I'm not even saying I'm the answer. A messenger of what the game. The perfect game is asking. The game is asking every player to stay in the current moment. That's the next moment after the failure of the game doesn't say sit in that failure. The game is saying you must be ready for the next pitch. That's what the game is asking and so for us. Everything was always about the game. I know you did this. And you didn't get hit. I would simply say you. Put Your investments into the game though where so that again you put your investments into the game so a Lotta Times. They were going to do things like hey didn't work. Hey you said if we have great failure recovery very few teams are going to be able to beat us. We just got beat. Yup We put one in. We did it right. And we put investments in for the game and I promise you it will pay us back in the end because at the end of the day what I found. I've never heard a kid say are can stand coaching quiz. She believed in US too much. You did believe in. I believe in them so much. Yeah this will fault you like I just the days winning. Come back in the bottom of the seventh. I sat in the DUGOUT. Like I can't believe me to do it like I just believed in them so much and my job was to catch him right every day. What I got from my brother was things that are black and white like my brother was just black and white on stuff. It wasn't like He. I think he can make it right so I know I got that from my brother. The second thing I got from my brother was loyalty loyalty. My brother had my back on my best days more stays when I was playing baseball like he claimed me when I was over twelve. He claimed me like I'm picking you. I learned that from my brother that idea being loyal. I always say loyal to their potential as an coach at their potential. Like be the one every day that says I saw you do it on Tuesday. I do on Thursday. I know you can do it in the bottom of the seventh. I know you get I saw you. Douzaine Thursday I love it because that that skill and art. Here's the art of being able to imagine what's possible somebody but the skill is to be so present that you catch it. Yep Right and so. You've got to use your imagination a bit but as a coach it's required the game requires you to also be present to learn how to see to observe to be able to share and conveyed back to somebody what you've seen in them if you create the right conditions as a leader with your group and we know team sports anybody any coaches has all the kids are the same. All the kids are equal. They're not gonna ask you that like you're treating equally equally different. I'm treating everybody fairly what I like to say but I fell off track with that too. And if you create the conditions where everyone feels valued when you fall off the track and you're not taking care of the specialists. I call him specialists. Those are the people that don't start so at UCLA. Always say I have starters. I've rotator I've specialists so rotator on the backup. Shortstop I'm still rotating in or must specialist. I'm here just to hit. I'm here just a Pinch Ron. I'm here just to do the stats. If I'm doing a good job. Every day. They feel valued that they have a voice. And I one of my favorite stories once again what I didn't do is. I started getting sloppy on the specialists. When I did my practice plan and so I had to specialists. Sit sit down and have a conversation. I'm not sure I had no idea what they want to talk about and Amanda Simpson and Julie Harsh Zaki Stat down and said we believe you are completely focused on this practice minute by minute every single day except when it comes to the specialists and we feel like you're mailing it'd Mike. I'm telling you it was a stopping moment and it earlier in my career I probably would have said shut up. Get OUTTA here in mind your own business and be happy that you even in here on this team but it was at a point in my career. I realized I'm just the facilitator. I just need to ask them how to create the conditions and so I simply said to them. You guys know what you need better than I do. I want you to every single day to work up. The pinch running segment for practice. And they're like we're in and so Julie and Amanda. That was their deal to participate in the development of our practice. And I think that's the key today. Kids need to know their voice matters and give them an opportunity to be heard. Let's do that. Let's pull them up a little bit. Were you uniquely? Seen generations of young kids come through gymnasts You've seen it okay. So what insights do you have for? The millennials like coaching the millennials. Not for them but those that are hiring them putting them positions of leader that are potentially working for them. There's there's a few key things that I think. All if you're over forty five. Were all going to have to own that. Were capable of doing this. We'RE GONNA ask everybody that's.
"enquist" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Works today. Literally today with Lincoln jobs head over to linked in dot com slash finding mastery to get fifty dollars off. Your first post and finding mastery is also brought to you by masterclass with masterclass. You can step right into Anna winters office or Timberlands Recording Studio masterclass pulls you right their working environment and they've got a range of people you can improve your serve with Serena Williams you can attune your pitch with Shonda rhimes. You can leave the atmosphere with the astronaut. Chris Hadfield like they've got a range of folks so masterclass offers hundreds of video lessons from sixty plus of today's most brilliant minds available anytime with the all access pass and in addition to video lessons. Masterclass provides you. With a downloadable lesson recaps in supplemental materials and finding master listener. You get fifteen percent off. The annual all access pass and that includes unlimited access to every masterclass. Okay go to masterclass dot com slash finding mastery again master class dot com slash finding mastery for fifteen percent off the annual all access pass analyst jump right back into our conversation. Okay let's go. Let's go standards and conditions. There are athletes that will say I struggled with coach. Enquist because I just felt like I didn't get to breathe for four years or your intense right but then you talk to the other ones. They'll say it was a snap just own your mistakes hustle in stay positive in you own her. So are those standards. Yup On your mistake coach would know winding complain. No excuses right. Okay on your mistakes effort and attitude those three. How did you you said on your mistakes hustle and what what we would say is. I NEED. One hundred percent effort the every day. I need a positive attitude on your best more..
"enquist" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"And your job and your passion and your hauling if you are a professional is to create clarity for those that are following you around how to close that gap 'cause we never do get to perfection And you're saying that's the path of excellence. That's the commitment to excellence. Yeah so it wasn't like I was lost. It was like Oh you and off the off the rail you got drunk on it. Yeah literally yeah okay all right Initially this storyline sprung from me wanting to understand. What was it like when you're making that leap into playing boys baseball and girls softball right and so you in high school we call it. Girls and boys don't call it men and women's softball and boys baseball in college. Men's and women's is it women women's softball and men's basements baseball right. So that's that's the change. Okay so go back to that moment where you had a choice to go play. Boys Baseball. Yeah there was. There was an announcement at school. That a rems no social media that girls now have an opportunity to play either. Men's or women's it's an equal opportunity. And all I remember is talking to my best friend Debbie Reynolds because I said let's. Let's do this because I felt released safe if I could do it with somebody else because it now there's a celebration around women women in sports women that are strong back then not so much and I didn't realize that until this tipping point of going out for boys baseball even though I grew up with all those guys. We did everything to debt with the beach together. We junior lifeguards together. Throw the ball around we. I played I've got a great story around. Why fell in love with diamonds? Sports was through my brother's little league coach. But let me stay focused on this opportunity to to take advantage of title nine. So I met with Debbie. I can picture which he had on like. It was so specific. I said Debbie. We gotta do this going to do it together. I knew that she was good enough to make it. I mean she was really. She was a better athlete than I was and I was going to be. Great and she opted out long story short she opted out in a remember talking to my brother and my brother was kind of big man on campus played football. I played baseball and he was super my brother's more wired like my father. My father is an engineer and my brother is more like my Father Brains Smart Book Smart Man of not a lot of words very matter. Of fact and my. Yeah you should do it in and I'm like am I good enough. Of course you good enough. And that's all I needed from my brother because everything he said was Gospel and that gave me the confidence and But I didn't know the firestorm that was going to happen media. I had my inner circle of friends at the school. All great the controversy was with the opponents and traveling and being a girl on a boys' team because I started played left field. I bat at number two and led the team in getting beamed. I didn't care because I got on base right. I mean it was scrubbed. It was it was a crazy time right. It was one of the most enjoyable experiences of my life because jv baseball. I tried out for Varsity. I didn't make Varsity may put. Jv And varsity practice together saga practice every day with my brother who was the starting catcher for the Varsity team. Okay during that time how looking back now and if there's folks that are struggling with do I take the step in my life. That feels like I have the capabilities. But I'm not sure I have the permission. He the the internal permission the family permission the narrative of the country's position. Whatever right the community if they don't feel like they have the permission or they're afraid to take that step and they're not quite sure no one knows if they have the capabilities to do the thing that they're called for but there's in my experience it's like I think I I think I can figure this out. That's the kind of folk that I like to be around. That's the state I like to be in like excited by this vision. Our opportunity Can I think I could and then back fill some of the skills necessary to do it? What would you want to install or gift or baton to somebody who wants to take? That step is not quite sure that they have. I would tell that person to place a higher value on your curiosity not your talent that if you have curiosity around leaping that is enough juice to get you to that next step and whether you're but I'm afraid I'm afraid if I take the step unafraid. On a look bad. I'm GONNA like maybe risk a lot of money. I might get pushed out of an industry that I love. You know like I'm afraid it's not gonna work out right now. Yeah and and you can respect your fear. But I'm saying curiosity more of a value to push yourself to this place because in general our internal voice doesn't give ourselves enough credit and he's gone on this and and if if people in general it doesn't matter if you're the smartest person in the room or the best athletes newsroom if we did a better job of understanding how we can control our are strong our boys internally we can end up doing more enjoying more but most importantly stop putting so much value on taking the step based on whether I'm going to be successful. Take the step because you're curious and you've you've done the work. Most people that are over thinkers have done the work already. High performers are over thinker. On I to be honest with you. That's where most of my experiences is dealing with high performers. And so I feel very confident speaking about them overall. Because I only did one thing I you know. Don't don't ask me about a job interview. I've never had a job interview. You know I went to school and never left coach there for twenty seven years and became an administrator. So one thing I know about high performers. Is they have a heightened sense of all the things that are not 'cause that's also drives them to be very very good. Okay this brilliant I don't think I've heard somebody talk about strong. Voice and weak voice. Is that how you said it? Oh yeah that's what it is. Yeah beautifully said so simple and clear but I wanna I wanNA try something together. Two things one is. I don't know if you know the science around curiosity but it is actually an inoculation to anxiety. It's an inoculation to overthinking and it When you are curious about what could be. You've gotta fill in a little tonal note. Which is what could be amazing to all that right. It does another tonal note. That's a heavier dissonance. Which is what could be curious about what could be wrong. More disastrous right. So there's a little tonal note to go the direction you're talking about. All that being said is that when when you're helping people get through that phase you're saying be curious stay in the process about it. Be Aware of your inner dialogue. And I'm not sure that people recognize the talent that's already there because of the week narrative that wing itself talk and then you you put that up against high performers are. Let's call it a bit. Ocd Bit anxious perfectionist. A bit bit bit narcissistic. Yup Right. There's an unsettled scratchy. Neurotic again note. Yup maybe not spilling over where they're incredibly unhealthy because the environment that they're in a high performing environment it facilitates facilitative. Yep like it works for those environments. Okay put a pin enough for me. Because I think there's lots we can talk about there but you're saying that they're aware of what they're not yes and then you're also saying earlier in our conversation. You're saying that I want to hold pure what I'm not perfection. Excellence the thing that we could become. So it's the very thing that actually is creating the suffering that also is creating that Drive to close the gap. And if you indulge me one more level if I go one more under this is that. Here's I get confused and I get confused about my like the deep humanistic Purpose driven approach to life. That my job and your job is to be here and to be here eloquently as best we possibly can and to fit in this moment as large as we possibly can and there's a very much a spiritual tone to that like. I don't need to be anything other than here. And then on this high-performance train treadmill passion life effort that I'm on. I'm on straining. And striving towards this vision that I have and it's compelling but it means that I've got to change dramatically in some ways in small ways in other facets of it so I get I get confused here a little bit. I wonder if you could just yeah touching up on. I don't know if I can coach you up but I can share with you. How I try to simplify that. Good thank you I I think. That's what my greatest talent was. When I was coaching was actually simplifying..
"enquist" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Let's jump right into this week's conversation with sue enquist coach coach. Sue How are you? I'm great how are you thank you for being here? Thanks for having me absolutely okay. So this is a treat because Much of our staff is from. Usc Business Partners is a legend at USC. And we get to understand the insights from one of the most modern success programs at UCLA. From you. And I'm super excited and we also have been in the house central. Yeah so we this is GonNa be fun all right so before we get into your storied history of success at at Ucla for softball. Let'S START QUICKLY. Like where'd you grow up? What was it like? What was the context? You know? Brothers and sisters. What was family life like at just to give some structure to where we're about to go? I lifted charmed life growing up in a small sleepy surf. Town of San Clemente. I'm the daughter of a military father and a mother who is a nurse so I this amazing balance of discipline and love and empathy. And I'm the youngest of three. I have four year old sister. She's four years older than I am so she was always like a second mother and a brother. That's eleven months older than me. That taught me everything about competing in so I had this amazing upbringing. Because I'm a beneficiary of title nine and I was raised in a time when it wasn't popular to be a female athlete but I lived in this community where gender was not a factor and so when I was growing up in meeting other people from other areas and heard there stories around discrimination and all those kinds of things. I never really experienced that. I did have a tipping point opportunity. When title nine became formalized in this country it affected me directly because it gave an opportunity for girls to play in boys forts and so I- elected to play girls softball and boys baseball in high school at the same time and that was a tipping point for me and gave me exposure. I never planned on going to UCLA. So okay so that okay. Let's let's let's use that as a moment. Meaning that you've got an option or maybe you didn't have an option and you shoehorned your way in there you know like what. What are we talking about? What grade regarding the opportunity to play both? Yeah I was in high school so I I was a junior junior okay so before that. Were you the talent on the block in the neighborhood were you. The talent in southern California like or was it just counting your family or were you just not very good scrappy competitive having a good time. How would you characterize before you can captured this moment of playing two sports? The awareness was really around. I knew I was athletic. I knew I could keep up and was raised to be competitive because I just hung out with my brother. I knew that I had when I got to high school. I knew that I was Athletic because of the ability to play a lot of different sports because this is back when the seasons were all very short so could play a lot of sports in one season. Was your identity around being an athlete. Being a mover. What was your identity around? Because it's too it's not fair to ask at that age. What was your identity? But that's what our job is at that age. Try to sort out like my punk rock in my rock and roll am I country are like who am I. I think for me when I look back. I was an quist identified with being an end I wanted to be bills. Younger sister I'm the girl that has a dad that was in world war. Two my mom's a nurse. She can fix anybody. I never identified myself as the athlete. I never I knew who to hang out with. I knew who I was interested in hanging out with. But I never. Winning and losing wasn't my identity or putting the uniform on wasn't my identity. If you speak in those terms I could go down that road in surfing. I completely identified with that community that spirit completely. These two conflicts. Both that was my first growing up. He has about my actions. I'm sure sport. It was the sport that I connected in resonated. Most deeply with and so you Would you call yourself a surfer or were you an Enquist? Who HAPPENED TO SURF IN CLASS? That happens to serve yet. That love surfing even okay. I had a hard time I think you and I are going to have a similarity here. I had a hard time growing up. People would say like they call me a surfer as I with my hair would stand up because it felt confining because yes and fill in the blank and fill in the blank fill in the blank and I don't think I really identified with being my family's survey I didn't really feel like no I'm part of the survey clan but I just knew there was more but the enquist family was important for you being a member in that family. And can you tell me about what was the? What was the mission? How did you fit into the purpose of that community? The family might. My parents had such my mom's influence was so collaborative and she had so much joy. A that my desire was to make her proud and to do the things that will make her peaceful and not worry about me. From my dad's perspective. It was to be best and to not be distracted by the bad things in town and imagine how this was a challenge for my father because I was a surfer. So they're doing the drugs to so my mom had this great spirit about her and just said Suzie. Wh you can go and serve. You can do all those things you want to do. I'm just GONNA ask you to make one commitment to me and I was very young when I wanna ask you make one commitment to me is don't do the drugs and I said I'm in a commit to you. I will never do drugs. Wow look at that. And to this day I've lived. That mom's Zola now. She called up like called up his. Who you call it. Yeah that's what we say because you get called out. Oh she's she's she's in the house right now. Oh my goodness how long ago three years is it. Is it still something? You're sorting through or do you feel like you've got some arms around. No I feel good about it but it comes in waves where they'll be times. You're like oh I can totally feeler like feel right there or she'll be my conscience when I wanted to be a complete idiot doing something you're GonNa say you're an idiot. You've got this esteemed reputation and and and and even even you find yourself like being a Nincompoop. All it goes beyond that I think at the end of the day you know. My father always was about a body of work a pattern. You know good habits that hold hands create these patterns that you can live by but when it came to coaching. I learned very quickly that who I was as a person and as an athlete and now becoming someone that is GonNa Spouse a leadership philosophy. I learned very quickly. That wasn't gonNA come naturally. And Papa wooden taught me this Papuan. Yeah coach wooden was actual. Papa would yeah this is US my guy. Wow but I learned. I had a turning point in my career where you talk about being nincompoop goes beyond that That I exercise super bad judgment. It's actually pretty long story but it involves getting caught looking at the shirts in the dugout. Not Having my pitcher warmed up losing a game getting a consolation trophy. Throwing it in the trash can getting caught prior to social media. Hits the wires and so now the idiot head coach at Ucla has thrown away a trophy and hit the wires throughout the country And it was a turning point in my career for sure. Okay so what was the crisis for it because you are about that point it sounds like you were about other focused in winning right. You're over focused on them and all you really wanted was the main trophy yet was really When I became the I went to school at Ucla. Played there was assistant. Coach Co Head Coach and head coaching when I had taken over as head coach. When you win it takes an incredible amount of awareness and discipline to remain curious. So when you lose your discipline your winning. You're winning a good coach. Where winning a bad coach were winning. But were winning and you lose the discipline to stay curious about how you can build the gap between where you are and what the ultimate team could look like if you remain curious on closing that gap you end up continuing to build this excellence. And at that point in my career I was absorbing it and if you're a really good leader you never really absorb it. You're more of an orchestra leader. And at that point in my career I was absorbing in a glutton for our winning and when we got back consolation troy Toss it in the trash can and Coaching like being in the police force both on good and bad ways that there's kind of like a code you don't exposure their coaches but it was actually a fellow opponent coach. That actually turned me in and it went. Viral hit the newspapers and so that became part of. Who is that you have this body of great work? You had a moment that you can't unring the bell who like if there's like Potency per moment or potency per minute and depth in weight per minute like you just hit a bunch of them and so. I'm not sure exactly where to take this but I hear. Let me go try to go in reverse order and then see with. Reggie WANNA pull on yet. A moment of crisis identity crisis of moment of Pain Public. Almost embarrassment like that's some becoming. I don't like how this story. I can't believe I did that. This is US using my words right like on imagining your thoughtfulness was going. This is what am I doing. And then rewind back a bit. It's that you became absorbed the glutton for almost the glory and the the celebration of the win as opposed to the gap right. Yep and you said to stay in that gap between who I am and who we are matched up against the vision of what I believe or we believe we could be. Yeah the excellence what we call the excellence of the game. The excellence of the game. Okay and does that change per team at absolute Lenka and then so you wanted to stay curious. You're know you're saying there's a discipline to stay curious about how to close that gap. Yes okay and so. What gets in the way of that. Let me just see if I can decode the syllabus. What gets in the waiver we got in the way for you was Ego was Thinking that well let me stop there. I don't know what were the main things that got in the way and then I want to double click on how you stay curious and how you create the vision and how you work that gap that the it is ego. It's about the we've got all the answers. Were you know I always when I coached? We were so collaborative might coaching staff in our team. It was a glutton of no one has what we have were just so on a different level which is so ego that so instead of being servants to the excellence of the game if we can remain servants it takes you to a whole `nother level but there. I was in that moment not consciously but when you go back you're like Oh my goodness come on. And what was so powerful about that experience and you know if the listeners are like. I mean how bad could it be? I mean you just Google engquist trophy and trash in half a day with it and this isn't a time softballs trying to get we're trying to get exposure. We're trying to get on the front page. It's not like it is now. I mean this is back in two thousand and we're trying to get media exposure. Great where you got I got it and then it carries with you right because you when you have a Faux Pas like that as a coach in sports. The Phantom is unrelenting so the next weekend we go and you know the Frat boys they're always there and you know the Frat boys they're they're and they're they're always pretty well hydrated if you know what I mean Now every park I go there. They are holding the trash cans. It's like the all met instead okay when Ucla softball comes to the. Let's all get our here. They are holding the trash cans. And yet it.
"enquist" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Okay welcome back. Welcome to the finding mastery. Podcast Michael Javale by trade and training a sport performance psychologist as well as the CO founder of compete to create and the whole idea behind this conversation behind these podcasts is to learn from people who have dedicated their life efforts towards understanding the nuances of their craft and the crafts that we get to explore are as wide ranging as the imagination for humans are and so the idea is not to necessarily be deeply attuned to the craft that the person on the interviews about but to understand the double click under two triple click under into really get to the source of. What is it that they're searching for? How are they organizing their life? How do they deal with obstacles whether they're internal or external and what are those mental skills that they use to build? And refine their craft. And it's not just about craft. These conversations are as it sorting out really about mastery of self expressed through mastery of Craft K. On that note Athletic Greens here. We are if you've been listening to this podcast. You know how I love this stuff. It's become a staple of my morning routine and it's super easy. Take what I do is I just thought scoop in a glass of water a shake it up and not like a regular class but one. That's got a little bit on it. Shake it up and I'm good to go and one of the things that I noticed after a ticket in the morning is it just feels like fueled my cells and I know that that's not. There's no science behind what I'm saying right here but that's the way it feels. It's not like you know if I have tea and I get some like caffeine lift. It's not that at all it. It's just like this smooth boost. That opens me up and gets me going and I think that that's You know kind of maybe a week good nutrition supposed to work so I just generally feel better when I take it. That's why I'm bullish on sharing it with you and I have been for the last couple of years in a great partner so you can learn more and support finding mastery by heading to athletic. Greens dot com forward slash finding.
"enquist" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"We run? Oh, my songs TV show is brought to you by Gatorade, thirst. Quenchers. The proven sports fueled. Play the game that they celebrating world running thing by running away from his throw limbs, the Enquist Yonne, poppy, you give us topics events. And we question that's why someone was chasing him down the street with a butter knife. And he was in his underwear. Do you question if the brewers should keep letting none Peres, peach upping? The Marlins scored eleven runs in the fifth inning yesterday to beat the brewers. That's right. My, my father stunned. That can't be true. That simply cannot be true. I miss read the scoreboard, sixteen to nothing. The Marlins beat the brewers and Perez is a guy who is position player was brought into pitch. Oh, you gives them a widow and then throwing up there that seventy one mile an hour guys fastball. Seventy one gets. I think that was a fast. Good. You got to conceal that seventy one mile an hour tossed salad. I'll say this right now. We need more of this very blowout, the games out of hand. We'd get it. Let's have some fun. Eat come out with this. I like this. A little extra on that one. Seventy two miles an hour gets a great play from shortstop. And salute to you fans were still there because that is the wars a mean. How about you, you like this? No, I love I like the idea of this guy going to have fun. Look, you're to get blown out by sixteen runs. You might as well be entertaining, right? The brewers they had more fans when there were down sixteen nothing that the mail is ever had true. That's brewers in the ninth inning had more fans at the Marlins get at their very best. Do you question, this Fritz ler finish move all the most famous finishing move? We've ever had on our show. I believe is, is named Joey Ryan. Can we just show a series of clips here as I filibuster of Joey Ryan being maximum, Joey Ryan here because I don't know what this finishing helmets. Oh, this is join Ryan again. Or is this? Oh, this is just doing to do in real time. He's got the perfect care and perfect mustache, this great here. Wait till you see. It is being tortured. Let's go. Was hurt so much. You got a better finish than that. No way charade. Getting on the top. The hiring district here he goes. Himself. On. We run. Getting on the district. Themselves. Whole heads. Though, worry, he's fine. Have always stole. You wrestling is fake. In the script that was supposed to happen amid to do that. Do you question. If these will must you make grateful that she was rescue, this is terrifying. What we're about to show you. I talked to a public information officer for the fire department about how long this thing lasted here. This hiker is lost she's seventy four years old, and the helicopter picks her up and then this starts happening and you laugh, but the public information officer came in and said, there was never any fear that this woman would be long anywhere. She was wrapped up and that lasted for five to seven minutes right there, five to seven minutes. And he's like, there was some all discovered the argument that they did their job. He's, there was some mild discomfort for five seven minutes win throw up must've felt that woman's face, and she regretted ever going Heike the typical force of the throw of this kind of wraps around her again. And again, this is, you know how long five or seven minutes is thinking about. Like an entire block or highly question able that was five seven minutes now, think about spinning fast while dangling a helicopter while you're hurt ankle or you have an injury of some sort while seventy four years old to that will say good, spitting video. These not my favorite while that wasn't stiff at all. All there is there a better, spilling video I mean this get away with airing this. It doesn't seem like it should be on Disney television should something on the dark web. No. Question on these broadcasts onto clevelander hotel beautiful. South beach Miami. Again, still uses mice pace. See on a Bill with no you don't. No. You don't tell us what's on television. Tonight. Do you sure? I'll tell you where intrigue still exist. Tonight on M I, L dot TV the Hartford yard goods versus Trenton thunder. That smile on my father's face. The yard goats not just go. But go find in the yard. They had a no hitter here. Three pitchers combining under no hitter in the nights inning. And what happened against Matt Lipka.
European Election Results Show Growing Split Over Union's Future
"Talking through the European parliament election results talking where we've heard a bit about the green surge. We'll talk more about that. We'll talk about those two mainstream party, groupings falling back somewhat, but we'll also talk about some of the nationalist parties. The eurosceptic parties and populist parties, different descriptions, for different one for the mixed pictures, we've been saying for the men, the hustle among us. You now here in France coming first in the poll, but also only polling around about the same as they did last time, proportionately and only getting around the same number of seats. That's also talk about Italy and bring in the BBC's new McGovern who's in Rome, looking at the fortunes of Matteo, Salvini party mornings, your should've saved one German and one journo van that good to have. Have all your listeners with us here in the eternal city in Rome, what we did is we did a quick sprint by the Vatican to get a few newspapers. Let's have a look with my guest Francesco Beck is how Mr. Matteo Salvini off the league party how it is being transmitted and communication. But just before we go to those headlines, I want to take a moment because he had an impromptu, press conference Matteo Salvini. He came out with thirty plus we're getting up to about thirty four percent of the vote now in the European Parliament's. Let's listen to what he has to say. Not only the league. This is the first in Italy. Marie lapenne has the first party in France. Nigel Farraj is the first party in Britain, so Italy, France, Great Britain. It's just the sign of a Europe, that is changing of a Europe, tired of the powers of the elites finance multinationals and from tomorrow, we all have to redouble efforts. Most. Our work doubles Francesco. Do you think this is really a significant change? Hi everyone. Good morning, everyone. So, yeah, that's a big change for sure. This results from the league wasn't really expected, so high so high. Twenty four wasn't expected by any of the polls, and, and mostly the most impressive result is dead of the five time movement with seeing the last section. So still be checked, but its sixteen point five percent, so they're in third place. We have the Democrats in twenty plus there, probably about a second party. So I suppose that's an upset, and we wonder then will the government continue at the moment. It's a coalition between the five star that Christel with the league the league. Said no. But some people are wondering, what should we take a look at the papers together? Let's begin with this is one of the oldest papers rice belt on leg. Criollo Fitch Enquist, there, you will translate so rebel. Tony means huge Electra game for the league. It's a boom and a major defeat from the Feist of movement. So let's plays the biggest newspapers from the north. And now I guess they expected up to league will be pressing. Would they all is on the northern issues? So it'll cut you down over. They'll just so he's called the captain rice, the captain. That's how he he likes to be called. That means that now he will have to deal with this huge results. And that's not an easy task. No, it's not particularly when you look at the unemployment figures that are here up to thirty percent for young people. I should say Francesco is a student at the university here. Also writer for four Miki. We zien. As a child you all work. Very, very hard lessons, continue, it'll Messagero. Okay. Legos. Fonda PD process chink. Yeah. So here's the, the major news is that the Democrats have overcome the movement. That is a major psychological movement, because they, they weren't expected to be overcome and this means that you need the left as a raisin. And of course, they've come back into the second party. Let's turn to a paper that is more left-leaning, that is lower puplic years. Tell our listeners. Big font on brain Nehring. And so they're trying to make a point there, which would translate as a dark shadow black shadows dark shuttles coming back onto country. This this why because that's because they've lifting the league is an extreme right far right party. It might be true to some extent. And that's why they defected string Bright's as raisin in the country. Right. Sara, perhaps the most well known internationally after the Italian papers at the leg of all superior in 'em. Ching Quistelle is, so the league flies and the Democrats, they take over from five star. Do you think that Matteo Salvini will in fact, try and go to load himself off the five star movement? No, I think it will it will stay as long as you can. Because there's no real alternative to this government right now at any wouldn't wouldn't be wise for him. And just before I let you go, French. I was in a restaurant last night when the exit polls were coming in looking at the televisions. But really, what most people were looking at the television was somebody else. It was Durell see who's also on the frontier, he played his last match in the Roma jersey were there, and I cried so much. I was at a stain you. Yeah, that's the flag of our such just to let you know, it's also picture. That's on these papers as well as Matteo Salvini and continue bringing more coverage from Rome throughout the day. Yeah. So the European parliament election, not necessarily the most important thing for people, and you think actually here in front. So Rian this, this morning is the dominant topic of conversation among some of the people that we can see going to work, maybe who are going to be sitting in the cafes at the frontier, I think there will be some conversations about the European election. Yes, perhaps more than people expect because McCall made it such a big issue of his presidency. So I do expect them also. I saw an interesting poll overnight here that said that, you know, unlike previous European elections. The majority of the French voted based on European political issues. It wasn't for them about national issues. And
"enquist" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Testimony receiving a standing ovation in the hearing room live coverage on C span radio. Let me just say this. Now, I appreciate the passion and the energy of the people here that Amos ask that you refrain from making noise or otherwise disrupting the proceedings either side are witnesses and all the members of the committee. On whichever side deserve that committee chairman, Jerry Nadler. Thank you, obviously Enquist. My name is savannah. And I'm a twenty four year old college student. I'm also a daughter niece and a friend. There is part of my identity. However that I never expected to have I am a sexual assault survivor in the fall of two thousand sixteen. I was living my dream. I had just begun my senior year of college. I was at my dream school. With my dream major. I loved my job and was just months away from graduating college, I was so excited, especially as a first generation college student. What started out as any normal day ended up becoming a nightmare that night, I was sexually assaulted. I will spare you the details. But it was the worst thing that's ever happened to me. I pray that none of you ever go through what I did. But I do know that this sort of thing seems like it can never happen to you before I was raped. I saw sexual assault is something that only happened to other people. It's no secret that sexual violence is prevalent on college campuses. But I took as many precautions as I could. And I my concerns away in the far corners of my mind. But after that night, I could no longer be naive. I had to come face to face with the harsh reality that there are terrible people in this world that do terrible things. Detectives Benson and stabler didn't swoop into save me that night like they do online order you. Instead, I was left completely shattered replaying the events of that night over and over again due to the trauma. I dropped out of my dream school during my senior year and moved back home. Virginia. It was the hardest decision. I've ever had to make. But I knew in my heart. It was what I had to do. I shut myself away from everyone, and I spent my time hiding in my childhood bedroom. I gained one hundred pounds in my hair even began to fall out due to stress. I am a gun owner. And I was one at the time. I even began safety training and target practice. When I was ten years old, but because of so common commonsense gun control laws. I was left defenseless that night in theory. Yes, I could have broken the law and brought my firearm to college with me anyways. But I knew that that wasn't the right thing to do I obeyed the law is a responsible gun owner and it ended in me being freight. I am just one of countless examples of gun control benefiting assailants in making victims like myself, sitting ducks. I'm not telling you about my sexual assault to make you feel bad to be clear. I do not want your sympathy. What I do want. However is for you to at least consider stories like mine when you decide to advocate for laws that create additional physical and financial barriers to the right to self defense. I could come up here and recite the second amendment as could I recite statistics all day long. I could get up here and scream about how since nineteen fifty ninety seven point eight percent of mass shootings have occurred in gun free zones. But in this debate few care about the statistics, it's about emotion. But that emotion is understandable. There are things in this world worth being angry about acts of evil and gross injustices of all kinds seemed to surround us, and there is no doubt that we heard as a nation. But in the midst of our emotions, no matter, how valid they are we have to remember and come back to the facts, and the facts say this HR eight has the potential to make responsible Biden gun owners, suddenly criminals in emergency situations that would thankfully end up as false alarms, or when transferring a firearm to what of their blood family members like their stepchild, and with all of this HR eight would it have stopped a single mass shooting in modern history, requiring universal background checks adds yet another financial barrier to the right to self-defence. Even though it's already a pricey thing to exercise second amendment rights and low income individuals are at a higher risk of being the victim of violent crime and analysis released by the university of Pittsburgh should lawful. Gun owners, commit less than a fifth of all gun crimes and finally three separate twenty eighteen studies found zero evidence that universal background checks prevent gun death. I want to show you that. There are real people with real stories were being allowed to legally have their firearm could have saved them gun owners are diverse group. No, we're not all Republicans. And no, we're not all in the NRA. I am neither I am a college student willing to bare her soul to the world. If it means people think twice before enacting laws that restrict the right to a reliable means of self defense. I once heard that when you are raped her split into. But this allows you to come back twice as strong, and I couldn't agree. More I refuse to live in fear. Yes, I am a rape survivor, but the nine millimeter that I carry on my hip allows me to stand tall, stay, strong and confidently say never again, but more than anything I want my never again to the catalyst for other women's never going to happen. Thank you for your time. Thank you, MS ladder..
"enquist" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The website, and there's a contact page on there. Tells you how to get a hold of us in or you can send the photo a good time to also start trimming are trees. Yeah. You can be pruning any dormant tree. I just don't pray in my evergreens yet. Wait till later in the winter for that. But you don't want to cut trees can be done now. Yeah. Well, thank you. I hope so and get luck with your issues. All right. Bye. Bye. Okay. Let's go to Janice and elegant. Hey, janice. Thanks for waiting. Hi. This is Denise Denise. I'm calling about a similar question. It's about weeds that are coming up in the lawn, and it's not really a lawn. It's more of just a a weed patch. You know, my front yard is Wade patch. But at at one time several years back we were pulling up what we're now calling for Serb Davey and frog fruit and things like that. Because they were we'd now they're like, okay. These are nice little Brown's covers. It's I'm wondering if some of these other things that are coming up, and I think that late in may have been talking about what I call him bit. Oh, you know, what I didn't even think about that. But yes, hand bids probably a very good guess on that. But there I'm wondering if there's another if there are new weeds that we're now going to, cultivate, as good ground cover for grassy areas that where the brash is not doing well Kim bit is kind of tall and lanky. So you gotta keep it mode. You don't see pretty purple flowers? But do you have any others that are like starting to become more popular than I haven't heard of that? I'm pulling up as wage that I shouldn't be. Well, that is a huge question. I think it would entirely depend upon what's in your yard. Certainly the little. Clover. Fish plants that I've been talking about in the name, which I know as well as kids name is the yellow and purple, and they look like clover. But they have these little flowers those are very good and their native than everybody freaks out when they see him. But would that be the bur clover? No clovers has got more of a reddish it forms an actual Burr. Kind of all over. I've got a ton of that. Yeah. That. Mm. I think you've hit the main ones the other little ground native ground covers that might be. Would be the native that again a nitrogen fixing plant. It could be the the little straggler daisy. Are the Hamanaka sending to say Hamanaka? Stacey is absolutely fabulous. And that could possibly be coming up little yellow flowers. You know, the the website wildflowers dot org. From the lady bird Johnson Wildflower center. It's invaluable, and it's a good way to to identify things. And find out what you have and the other one. That's just amazing. Although it is from Austin towards the hill country is Marshall Enquist Wildflower book that each area has its own sort of typical weenie plants and Elgon is different than up here on the plateau. It's different. So you might have a little bit of an issue identifying with some of the books that are specific. But the other one is wildflowers the one that gay Itta gills for road called wildflowers of Texas, which has colored edges where the colors of the flowers. So there's something flowering. You can get hurt book, and you can just open to the red section or the yellow section or something. Yeah. Very much. You're welcome. Thanks for calling Bye-bye. Okay. Five one two eight three six zero five ninety Leander. Pays precious..
"enquist" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Prosecutors decided we're making. Hear Ye hear you all persons are commanded to teach silence on pain of imprisonment while the house of representatives exhibiting to the Senate of the United States articles of impeachment against William Jefferson Clinton, president of the United States, Mr President the managers on the part of the house of representatives are here in present. And ready to present the articles of impeachment which you've been preferred by the house of representatives against William Jefferson Clinton, president of the United States and then this afternoon. Yes committee will conduct the chief Justice of the United States. So the die. You'll be. Senators I attend the Senate in conformity with your notice for the purpose of joining with you for the trial of the president of the United States. And I'm not ready to take the oath where you place your left hand on the bible and raise your right hand. Then all things advocating to the trial or Williams. Yes. And plan president of the United States now pending you do impartial Justice. According to the constitution laws so happy, I do the teach us at the time. William Enquist being sworn in by Senator Strom Thurman, the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton twenty years ago today a month later, the Senate failed to convict the forty second president he of course, remained in office until January two thousand one he's as Washington journalists live every morning at seven AM eastern time, four o'clock to those you on the west coast. Here's a preview. Span's Washington journal why every day with news and policy.
"enquist" Discussed on Conversations
"I've been minded and and and indeed. Careful and and compassionate towards families who have lost someone in a place abrasion intone have there. But generally speaking, I think medical practitioners peps because I belong to a carrying proficient a more open to what might be saying some form of correction than. Security forces often when you're holding Enquist if you know if the person's been dead for quite some time, then evidence, I suppose quality of evidence to tear at a time. There's a case study here of a woman named Joyce Jemaine and from two thousand nights, can you tell me about her case or just two men's death is the most mysterious death that I took within nine years as a Karna. She was. An American woman who came out to a stranger in the early eighties. Some rumor that she might appear nectar Bonani way, she came out here. She developed mental health problems. She live quietly and peacefully in darling host sorry Huhne's and about a week after her death because the mental health team that she was working with hadn't seen over week or so we're concerned about her the place break into flat and found dead. What state was she when they found? In a very strange state at first cloud. She would probably think that she died. Violently. Clothing was in disarray. There was at strange hard hat on his stomach a hothead hothead her construction workers had head. There was a accord of an iron around her neck. And there were there were various things in her bathroom, and laundry, which were out of place the place look deserted. Ben ransacked had anything been stolen from the place. Time to know. But it didn't appeal there was money found in the flat. So it seems unlikely robbery was a motive. Well, you know, we really don't know. So she's fending long on the floor. And she's got clothes strewn about dress pulled up to a Nick hot head on her body is according to Nick, that's right. So what do you do with that? Well, I what did happen was that? The affirmative pathologist went from glade with the place. Investigators in the frenzy experts frenzy convinced Gators and search for. Well, trying to find clues as to the cause of death. That's the first thing. She had turned that very superficial injuries the code around her neck had not inflicted a fatal injury. All really, right. Yeah. But she hadn't been hanged. She had not been hanged and she hadn't been strangled. There was no evidence of that. Now, physical evidence of it I pinpoint to put cause a medical cause of day. No. So the pathologist came up with three hypotheses icon from the mall, but. It looks on the face of it that she may well have died more people quote on natural death. But how she got into this situation with this amazing state of disarray is hard to know one of the one of the curious features of this case is that. In the in the building that she lived in. There are a number of people who used and sold drugs and one of the people who became a person of interest of name him. He was a young guy. I said it. Can from a Muslim background and it was. He was the person who it alternately turned that probably I found her dead. Hadn't run police ring police because at the time he was on an ice binge and he presumably didn't want to speak to them in that state. He also probably figured out that found with the did body in her flat was likely to raise suspicions in a state of. In that site that he was in exactly. So in any event. For quite a while the police, and indeed I very suspicious of him. But I can't have you that it was unlikely that he had her. I think what happened bows that she. She had somehow or other. Maybe died naturally or something that happened. Maybe she'd even died of fried. I don't know. But that he had come into flat possibly in the company of others. And then been surprised he had been in her flat. Sometime before with a few others who are taking drugs when she was not fair somebody had access to have flat..
"enquist" Discussed on Conversations
"What was not recognized was that this was deteriorating getting very very seek, and that wasn't recognized really into the last dial tone is life. So we held an inquest in one of the interesting things that I I thought arose out of it. Whether a number of interesting things one of the things that was very eliminating for me was some work. We did on the difficulty of diagnosis and diagnosis is not not. Of course, there's a scientific passes tools are not and it is difficult in when signs and symptoms are big use to necessarily to diagnose the actual cause of the illness. That doesn't really matter though, many cases because what is important to recognize is when a patient is to tear rating and crashing because whatever you do whatever the real disease is you've got to deal with that you've got to deal with with the tier ration. And so because the fact that he was being taken from two different doctors at different emergency units and a different GP that just wasn't absurd. In his deterioration. And it wasn't being picked up and one of the disturbing things about this was that. Most of doctors, of course, in emergency departments and j pays busy AP's practices, a very busy and they're saying large numbers of passions. And so on and so forth. But if they don't get a real history of say the time line that they're just say what they say then and there, and what was so sad for this family. Really? I think was that they felt that would be Nord until they got to the GP again towards the end of the week that I felt that would paying pressed off. But we all know that the parents know that you'll better than anybody else. Watch him like hawks. That's that's what happens had the closest and most sustained if not the best informed. But no most the closest must've Steinem version of the kid. Correct. And that that's a principle of public health. It's taught to doctors listen to the mother listen to the parents, and they felt the parents felt that they were not being listened to until. You know, I gotta the last pass. Just putting that case to one side. Whether this is this not, I don't know. But but. Often in the past in radio. We're often talking about situations where we have emergency health workers doctors. Working particularly trainee. Once we Insein our insane stretches of Tom. I just wanna how often as a Karna you have to sort of look at the situation with some horribly exhausted political has made a misdiagnosis. Judah sheer exhaustion as exercise poor judgement. We do have two quite a lot. And in fact, I did quite a lot of medical cases, myself, medical, inquests and examined a lot more medical cases that didn't go to Enquist, and I I really feel for these people to shattering event for them. And as as I've just explained in relation to Israel, very often, the signs and symptoms are big us or confounding. And we under pressure. You're looking for patents. Of course. There are the must be a lot of mistakes made the time for salt in deaths or even serious illness. What we do know is that for every new miss. The story for every every critical incident, death or or as serious mishap. This appear mid that that develops under that of of cases court just in time and tone and of Papa successful diagnosis, correct treatment, someone goes home. It's not romantic, it's better. And that's fine. Yeah. Name is. Mentioned police sometimes get their backs up when you have a recommendation, the medical proficient that I tend to receive recommendations from you as a person who's not a doctor, but nonetheless, who's got some inside today tend to take these recommendations from current as well, the do actually my experience with New South, my health and medical practitioners generally has been very different from the way the police approaching quiz. That's not to be in the place and not a monolith. Some some place a much more..
"enquist" Discussed on Conversations
"What are the main tools off your work? Well, I think the man to frankly is the input that you get from families the inputs you get from police investigators input cheek it from experts such as fringy pathologists. But also, we recall all sorts of experts. But I I I think that the the real tool that could as have is intellectual curiosity, their intellectual curiosity and desire to if possible prevent fidgets. I think those are the real tools of some sort of inside of the human. I mean. Human nature's got to be a large part of. Of course, it is. And. And this is a real school of of human nature. I mean, you you get to his stories in made people who have incredible and extraordinary stories to tell you I've met lots of bridges paper. I've met people from all sorts of different cultures of MIT people who do all sorts of extraordinary things, but all of them have very human reactions to these deaths which is comforting really of of MIT very few very few callous sociopathic people in this in this job. I suppose you're just dealing with a lot of the time really then some sort of some awful mishap or series of abs- that. Yeah. A lot of it is very Missy, unfortunately. And and in many cases, you can't do much about that. But I think the the key is remaining hopeful that out of all of these terrible events, some good things can come even if it's any show of respect to the people have have lost somebody. I think one of the very important things about the cranial system is that it is the state the community paying respect to individual people have died and the and the very very families. What if there's a situation, I'm sure this happens, not not irregularly where you suspect. The may have been somewhat enough use this too many more wrongful death year or something my bed, and you need to you really do need to order that. An autopsy be performed on someone in the family objects that you ride the which is the family. This is difficult, of course. And one of the good things that Glebe believe in other granules. Systems to. We have a very good team of liaison offices family. The counselors is colleges who are very skilled at talking people through this difficult problems. There are groups, and then I didn't have to have religious belief. But but some religious groups are just. Muslims and Jews and. And others have a cultural and religious objection to dissection of the body. I want to bury their loved ones home. But sometimes for example in America, so homicide case, it is necessary to conduct an autopsy and Bunn notch people get that. And I get because they traded respectfully, and and sensitively would you talk to the family? And would you do it from the bench or also away from the bench, wouldn't generally I wouldn't generally talk to families before the case if we're going to hold an inquest, I would sometimes talk to families if we're not hauling Enquist because I want to know things, and we can explain with that only an inquest or something like that certainly in court in the inquest talk I talk to regularly, and I think most Carnoustie talk directly to family members. Very first thing you do once you've taken appearances from the lowest sitting at the table is speak directly to the family and welcome them and acknowledge them and. And give them an explanation of what we're trying to do. But also acknowledge their distress and their hopes that we'll find something out. That's pro forma thing. You will do that doesn't matter. Of course. Welcome to family and and speak for them to them respectfully and kindly. It's it's really necessary thing to do, but they are the central people are the most important people in the courtroom you have to acknowledge him. But it's the human thing to do. Anyway. Yeah. Like, I say in the report the thing that really is one of the other things really struck me as this country. Very nice that's often minute about the deceased person that an innovation or is that been going on since the dot to a short biographies. That's not ridden. Like a policeman at the scene of a crime written by someone. It's not it's not Gashi or anything. But it's just in a kind of human y. Yeah. No. I I certainly think it has changed over the last ticket in news at byles the coroner's reports that I used to raid bernazard, younger lawyer and so forth..
"enquist" Discussed on One Two Review
"Okay. So chatterbox leeches are negative. So tritter box jumps in and I'm like, I'm like around your back on like kind of hugging holding you in helping real real it. So I give you plus ten on strength checks roll. Another strengthen. Two two twelve, right. Okay. Roll it again. Okay. Aid is good enough. You get about twenty feet of line, and then we see the most beautiful golden carb preach the water we've ever seen. Yeah. All right. Our lives were done were stupefied Brennan. What do you do take some of that paper that I documenting everything with find it together journal. Okay. Cater vox becomes very frustrated with your lack of help and a yell at you. I tell you to do something. I'm gonna kick you out of the boat. I'm documenting history here chatterbox. Okay. I kick you. For eighteen. Sorry, man. I give you tomato. You fall into the water. Create me, and Alex are are really in the carp, Alex string, chick. Yes, I just wrote a natural twenty. The fish goes flying into the boat. It lands it winks at us. It's smiles. We all tied well me. Me and Joplin touch the fish, and we gained a natural insight. Alex's litas fall away from his body. He's perfectly healed. I'm perfectly healed again and Brandon. What do you do? You try to get back in the boat. When he hit the fish when he jumped in Ray or any fell out. So does that count as in touch? I mean, I'm the DM. He can't just make that stuff up. I make that up. So let's see. I try and make it back. Okay, roller swim. Check. Thirteen. You make it back in the boat. You touch the fish, you're healed and you have an overwhelming sense of shame. Can I wrote check to give my journal back out of the water too? Yeah. Okay. I got a seven. Okay. The journal become saturated, water, and and sinks to the bottom of the lake. I'll get you journal fisa last thing I'd do. Better. That wraps for, can I roll for patriot donor? Yeah. All right. What? Okay. So I think that is. Thank you for donating one dollars a month to help us and receive your mumbled. Shout out, sweep, reshape that. Appreciate that. Man, of course, RAB. So. Oh, to our longest and proudest donor guys. If you want your name shouted out or mumbled out, you can donate a dollar two dollars on our patriots. And here you're on the podcast, it's pretty cool. Help us out. We'll help you out little vacc- back. She rubs dub sees. Gonna. Yeah, those fun. I'm glad adventure was successful in the past. I really thanks for kind of teaching me how the Indy goes. Yeah, Brennan. It's a lot of fun are paying with you man because you really test. I think you'd test my patients because my expectations are a little bit higher for your character and you do you man, you do you. So human just figure gonna do what I wanna do when I wanna do. It doesn't seem like your heart's in the adventure. Not here in July type. Yeah, little Han is a pretty chill guys known for journaling. Just don't know why we would have that on our party, but you're stuck with me. Stuck with you. All right, Alex, where we got next week man. All right. Next week we are reviewing margarine fields, young Christ, beasts of boredom. Memories of Enquist man isotope fiddler on the roof dogs, the old diamond crystal dog weather's and of course another from the DOE series. Thanks guys lot of movies next week, a lot of movies. Thanks guys. I'll see you at Genesis dog wedding next month.
"enquist" Discussed on Bodega Boys
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