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"eric abrahamson" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"eric abrahamson" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"For me. I'm thinking back to when i was first starting in both screenwriting fiction. I think it's very. It's very true to this day again. We're not on camera but in my home office. My wife's side of the desk is very clean and everything is very well ordered on my side. There's just books falling all over his hostess with notes. There's magazine articles cutout columbia professor in eric. Abrahamson kuroda book. Some years back called perfect ness personnel about this idea that often from mass comm juxtaposition of things a little bit in line muggy idea but from nastiness can sometimes come great ideas so for me. It's it's often this balance of hiking. Desert meditating calming my mind but then just surrounding myself. I all kinds of books and magazines and shows in kind of diving into different things and just waiting for the ideas to percolate. I mean at this point. I think i've just her sixtieth year last year. I think i caught him. My creativity approach is true weather. I'm writing fiction or working on the leadership book or or teaching leadership. Mean a lot of what i do really might my full time. Job is teaching leadership. And i'm always trying to pull things together in different ways Hana from a mass to create something that connects with business leaders and in a new fresh way mysterious. Yeah i love the that one of the k. Pots there is that balance between comedy. Mind sime time that that sort of disruptive nitro lots of different information. That's just sort of light at this all right now. What's the best way to cape a client on track if you're working with somebody on on the leadership on approving a so keep them on track and we're already working together on a project or i'm selling them on or both. I guess well mainly you were working. We're working with other well. I've spent a lot of my time. Line kind conference centers and sort of onsite programs. Now of course the last year a lot of that's been done virtually hybrids words virtual classroom and virtual of i know wish with senior executives. I think a lot of it is again trying to make were exciting to them with a recognition of their own time constraints and so trying to find ways to executive education. Were which which i've done. Rick columbia business school. A lot of it in the past was very experienced oriented. So we're gonna go take fencing class here with colombia's fencing team or gonna go go with these world famous of rowers who wrote across the atlantic ocean we're gonna we're gonna row for one day kind of experience what we can extract from that In terms of work i've done individuals consult in addition it with executive education programs. All these things like writing the story. Everyone write a story which is very new experience for everyone class. They're envisioning their own hero's journey Achieve success in the future. So i think you can't just roll out wailer slate and expect to win anyone's true transformational engaged that to reduce something unique and it's gotta be something unique that you that you believe it. I know bob colon were talking about earlier. I've worked with him Independently as a consultant. I work within the business school columbia and he brings in improv and that creates all of those things create a little a certain amount of discomfort. I know 'cause i've done them. In addition to teaching some of them. I've participated in some of them and a little bit of discomfort is not a bad thing and learning because it gets us out of that armchair mode where we sit back and analyze. Everything is this. Were out of the set on top of everything right mirny. Sometimes you'd be shaken up. One thing i did. It's about ten years. But i got pretty heavily into a lot of martial arts type stuff and i remember thinking you know. Hey this is. This is nerve wracking but this is also good for his. This is helping me to recognize how intense like be so. I tried to bring some creativity and intensity to stop to keep people enacted and then of course you know if it's it's helping workout it's gotta fit with what they need so you really need to be able to listen you get on the phone and i can sometimes operated this if i get on the phone hundred percents that i know what they need. That's authorized on the phone and listen to what they need. They might not know what they need but i. I don't necessarily have the answer right away. We need to get together. Did something with the world through their lines to love it on lots of focus their own experience and innovation around that and it occurred to me because you said it helps push people outside their comfort zone a little bit on if you think of the adult learning model the the the id or where when somebody gets to the point of sign all this is all too hard on. I just can't do this all too hard. You said that's right now you're in the learning mode because if it's too easy not learning and win win Because by thickly you're ignoring the the any lessons that come out of that but it's odd. You really focused on. What do i need to dan. And i think. And i agree and i think n. You remember it later when this drama for using fiction at a mean someone later one of my students later is going to be an intense situation. And they're gonna flash on sammy. From what makes sammy run. Or they're gonna flash on searcy. Lancaster from game of thrones right. And so or you could be you know in a difficult moment in your organization where you're struggling to get a line that with team and you suddenly remember raleigh or you know so. It's it's it's the intensity of it can then bubble up later when you need to lead yourself to then effectively lead other people and i think part of that too doesn't always have to just be underneath. It's not it's not just the experience and engaging something that scares you although there's an element of that circle but just i just completed a class with my executive mba students about two months ago where he did a whole block week and five eight hour days such five eight hour days and just talking to each other sharing ideas indicate back and forth in a lot of that is just through honest communication. People start to learn so much about each other. They also shines line and emerged about cells and they and accidents vary. Spirits are as often just honest conversation well facilitated around intense practical questions in bill great source of knowledge in a person and with other colleagues. Yeah i love that. Love that whole approach for right now. What final question the buzzer. What's the number one thing. Anyone can do differentiate themselves again. I feel like you. You have.

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"eric abrahamson" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"eric abrahamson" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"Thirteen touchdown performance. Is it Do you have any feelings of like how am I gonNA get mine on this really with so many great receivers. I play with him some really good TV's man and I play some some really good wire receiver man and I'm just honestly here I'm just happy to be a part of. Really, everything they got going on here and there They they have such a mentality to win and now, and it's so coach. Jude. Here that is as fun. Well. I'll let you know that this past week you my pick for first touchdown. I had you as the steelers first touchdown of the season and you were open on that touchdown to do. All. Good. Would have been better for me if you caught it I'm just saying. Everyone will. Be Too, but I'm having my dog either that I. Did you really need it that man he didn't he was from what I hear man from what I saw. He was very unhappy license. I'm happy that you know he's go Joe Gore early because that's that's done to help us. So I'm happy I'm happy to come with my you know it's like it's like bad days, but it just keep covers. So I hope I hope I. When it starts when it starts man as you just not going to stop. So right now, all I care about going. While whenever you get in the end zone I hope Juju supports you and your Tiktok dance the way you supported him because that's it's all about the tea. That's it. That's all that matters. What is going to continue to go out there and try to have fun doing Hopefully, we'll get to celebrate do as many deaths as they got 'cause. I mean pillbox. Eric Abrahamson. The Pittsburgh steelers I hope you'll come back on the show again man. Thank you. So what did you guys ever go? Go get him this weekend. That's Eric Brown from the Pittsburgh steelers steelers, broncos one o'clock Sunday all the actions starting three hours before kickoff here on.

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"eric abrahamson" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"eric abrahamson" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"A rivalry that was the steelers in the colts. That would be to me. That would be an all-time greater rivalry one then what you have now even though it's you have a great rivalry with the Ravens, but you just don't have to look at the black and purple. The first thing and and the other thing that that that you look at. Is the fact that. That I mean it's just it goes back forever. Two thousand nine hundred fifty s because he had the colts I mean you can even look back at the fact that the colts Johnny United was a steeler, and we were dumb enough to let them go. You know there's so many things there. So a lot, a lot of people are mentioning stiffer names. Different Grade Colts Edgerrin James is one of them, and of course you know you know how good edge was. There's a lot of guys I could probably said off so many more Bob Sanders, I could have brought up. I could've brought them. Guys on an offensive line even more so there's so many, but as far as everything goes. It's just a franchise that when I look at the thirty two is a whole. I'm not ranking them as far as decision makers up there, so when I do when I'm staying at the. They're saying that. Iran shut it down. Iran wasn't healthy. He shut it down, but the bottom thing to look at i. mean the bottom line when you look at this toll thing Michael Back. Or, steelers do good diligence. They have some of the best personnel in the game. Are they going to go ahead? And waste time bringing in a guy like even if they don't think that he is a good edition in they if they think he is going to be a cancer in that locker room I don't think they are a you know what I I will play the other side of that coin, because if you look at that deal, I. Think one of the main reasons Iran was brought in is because he. He got that bond with Big Ben at that leaves a church retreat where they met. and. That that, too, if big obviously has a huge influence on this on this team, and how players are kind of brought in if he if he whispers in chemical over to you're like I need this guy and he's willing to come cheaper because he wants to play with me, and then you look at that deal I. It's essentially a one year deal. If he isn't anything but spectacular, he could quite easily easily. Be Cut this off season. So even if he is a diva, he might not even make it through the season so. I think it is a very low risk contract for a player that the quarterback wanted so in that sense. I feel like it's a boom or bust player Eric Hebron. If he can do what he didn't two thousand eighteen, he might even get another deal this coming off season. Just because at eight million dollar cap, it might STINGL, but next year, but Yeah, he only I think he's only on the books for two MIL this year. It is very low risk for the steelers. if he can do what he has done it then, I don't think I. Don't think he'll matter. They've had some pretty big echoes in the past, so it'll be interesting when it's all said and done a here. Maybe some stories from some other players on the on the way out, but I think this side. It's more more of a case of this contract is just so unbelievably one-sided for the steelers that can so easily get out of it. They're kind of turning a blind eye on the other stuff. The funny thing about this contract. It is the second highest unrestricted free agent contract in Pittsburgh Steeler, bringing somebody in and I believe the I if I'm not mistaken, it's going to be Steven Nelson Because that's where we are I. Mean You have to look at the economic slow right now? But when they made that deal, all of us have behind the stone curtain of fans around the globe were looking at this. Like really, that's all you spent on Eric Ron. Two days before they brought Eric Ibran in. Here's me saying. There's no way they're going to bring this guy in. Forget about Eric Abrahamson. They're not gonNA be able to afford this guy he is going to be able to. Command more money, but because of what the colts were saying on the other side, because he did not have the same year that he did the year before he had a down ear in two thousand nineteen, there was talk. But look at who his quarterbacks were Jacoby were set. Who I like Brian Hoyer. But. Had No time to really really get on the same page with him. When he was on on the field with Andrew. Lock in elite quarterback at that point I mean you might argue that, but he's an elite quarterback. And when he was on the field with Andrew Luck, he thrived to the point and we know we know these numbers. We've heard them in AD nauseam hundred ten catches. Excuse me one hundred ten targets, sixty six catches, seven hundred and fifty yards in thirteen touchdowns so red zone threat. Michael Back my question to you. Is Eric. Hebron's not the only red zone threat, and that makes the steelers so much more dangerous as well. Don't you think? This this team. Honesty is a match up nightmare. Illich whether people are realizing it or not, everyone on offense seems to have some sort of size or one of those just absolute shifty guys, in Deontay Johnson knew if he's not getting those number one corner. He's GonNa just dangle some guys, and he's going to be wide open when they get down in the red zone. They got some beasts like Chase Klay Pool. I can't forget about him. He is every bit of that six four frame and. And he's been jumping out of the gym. Eric Bronze I the same size, but like twenty pounds heavier. So who who are you GonNa? Do you have to box out? Fenders on every single defense? The NFL I I don't think that's the case with most teams, so there are going to be some guys that are just GonNa get some unbelievable looks I think. These running backs will reap the benefits the most just because of who they are going to have to have out on the field it. It can't just be D- Linemen and linebackers, because there's way too many targets just to throw those those corner fades which I think. We're GONNA, see a ton of, but I think defense to spread out even in the red zone, just allowing guys. James Connor Benny Snell downhill run hell, even Derek Wall think he's someone who could just put pound the ball in the end zone because it's GonNa be open, so whether or not they actually get the stats. I think their impact on the team will. Will be felt especially in that red or Green Zone whatever calling it, but these guys. These guys are legit, and they're going to scare some teams, so I really liked the miss masks, mismatch aspect of all this, but it'll be interesting to see where the word those touchdowns actually fall, and who's who's going to when the seasons all send done. Who's going to have those numbers because I? Think it's just GonNa fall on one guy shoulders who ends up just getting a stupid amount of? Targets because they're just getting the easier matchups. Now there there is a question of here and the live chat is off is answering it, but I do like..

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