35 Burst results for "First Team"
Betts hits leadoff HR, sparks Dodgers over D-backs 3-2
"Bucky batch pounded a solo home run Trey Turner at her to run scoring single Will Smith drove her to run on a sacrifice fly died through his head to the Diamondbacks three two It was bets 14th round tripper which leads the national league manager Dave Roberts still impressed with his outfielder He only got two at night though so it was kind of a slow night for Mookie No but the thing is that even tonight's situationally trying to get a guy to third base He's playing the game He's still playing the game The team game of baseball Trey Turner meanwhile extended his consecutive game hitting streak to a major league leading 20 George Tanner
Charlie Defends His Emotional Speech About the Uvalde Police
"Our team is monitoring the press conference happening and Yuval day Texas right now. We will give you an update as it happens. Sometimes these press conferences go on and on and on and with our precious time together, we want to make sure we are as efficient as possible if there's something that becomes breaking of nature will cut right to it. As we continue to learn what happened after you've all the Texas. We received a lot of emails yesterday, generally positive, some negative emails, and we take that, and we understand that. A lot of people, some people were saying that we were wrong to criticize the police officers yesterday for the one hour gap. And some of the reasoning was that we were accused of rushing to judgment. We were not doing that. We said based on the evidence available, which is the one hour gap, what is the explanation for this? Is it cowardice or is it something else? Was there a stand down order that was issued? Also, you want to think one of the arguments is, well, Charlie, all the shooting stopped. Well, could you see a situation where maybe kids were bleeding out and they weren't totally dead? Yet? And medical attention could have been offered to save some of their lives, and so that argument is really silly on face value. And so we're going to keep on monitoring that. We love police officers. Police officers keep us safe, we're a pro police show, and we'll always will be, but also when we see a situation that is not handled correctly and lives are at stake, we're going to speak
Police waited 45 minutes in school before pursuing shooter
"Authorities admit it was wrong for police to wait about 45 minutes before pursuing the gunman in Texas who killed 19 students and two adults Throughout the attack teachers and children repeatedly called 9-1-1 including a call from one girl She asked 9-1-1 to please send the police now The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety colonel Steven Macron says there was no excuse for it It was the wrong decision to wait That wasn't there but I'm just telling you from what we know we believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can Why did they wait A decision was made that this was a barricaded subject Situation there was time to retrieve the keys and wait for a tactical team with the equipment to go ahead and breach the door and take on the subject at that point Macross says border patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed the gunman I'm Ed
Warriors beat Mavericks 120-110 to return to NBA Finals
"The warriors are in the NBA Finals for the first time since 2019 completing a 5 game series win over the Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals one 21 ten all 5 warriors starters and Jordan Poole all scored in double figures led by Klay Thompson's 32 points Just proud of not only my effort but our whole team we really gelled this year at the right time and we have an exciting times ahead of us Andrew Wiggins came up big with 18 points and ten rebounds while kevon Looney added 18 boards and ten points Golden State led by 17 and a half time then pushed the margin into the 20s early in the third quarter Luka Dončić had team highs of 28 points and 9 rebounds for the Mavericks I'm Dave
Hurricanes win Game 5, push Rangers to brink of elimination
"The hurricane zone of three two lead in their second round series following a three one victory over the rangers The Keynes won with special teams as Vince and trocheck scored a shorthanded goal and te V Tara vine and added a rare power play goal for Carolina which has struggled with a man advantage this postseason It's big for us specialty and for big this time of year And that would just kind of talk about your last game I'm just reset and start over Andre swear also scored Beating Igor shishkin with a back hander on a breakaway midway through the third period The hurricanes outshot the rangers 34 17 It starts and stopped 31 shots for the rangers Who host game 6 on Saturday I'm Dave
More Details Emerge From Uvalde Shooting
"According to the information I have when bortac and tactical teams got there, they want the work. That's it. It was very difficult to get to the guy at a barricaded himself in a room. I don't know if this is validated. I haven't been able to confirm, but they couldn't even get into the building. They couldn't even get into the room where he was in. They couldn't even advance unless they had shields. Because the guy was firing right around. And it would have been no way in the world for them to combat that kind of firepower. If it wasn't for them being able to have shields and bore tech going in and heroic man took a shot to the head, I mean, they like they weren't getting shot. One of the officers took a shot to the head, he grazed him, one of the tactical tactical guys, I believe from bortac, and he ended up being a better man that day. He ended up landing the shots where they supposed to be, and the shooter couldn't get out shots because they were behind shields.
China Wants 10 Small Pacific Nations to Agree to Security Agreement
"This is at a New Zealand China wants ten small Pacific nations To endorse a sweeping agreement covering everything from security to fisheries and what one leader warns is a game changing bit by Beijing to rest control of the region A draft of the agreement obtained by The Associated Press shows that China wants to try and Pacific police officers Team up on quote traditional non traditional security unquote we know what that means military And expand law enforcement cooperation China also wants to jointly develop a marine plan for fisheries which would include the Pacific's lucrative tuna catch Increased cooperation on running the region's Internet networks and set up cultural Confucius Institutes and classrooms China also mentions the possibility setting up a free trade area with the Pacific nations China's move comes as foreign minister Wang Yi And a 20 person delegation begin a visit to the region this week In Washington U.S. State Department spokesman Ned price expressed concern about China's intentions Sang Beijing might use the proposed accords to take advantage of the islands and destabilize the region Gee you think
Michele Tafoya Promotes Her New Podcast 'Sideline Sanity'
"Michelle to foia to the Salem team, Michelle, your new podcast sideline sanity. It started this week. It's a big hit. Whenever I was talking about it last night out here in Camarillo. Oh, that's so nice to hear. I'm so excited to be doing this. This is what I've wanted to do for several years now. It's just talk to people about really important stuff. Stuff that needs to be tackled, no pun intended. And this is just something I couldn't do until I sort of went off on my own, you know?
Beto O'Rourke Crashes Gov. Abbott's Press Conference on Uvalde Tragedy
"So yesterday in uvalde, Texas, the governor Greg Abbott, along with the lieutenant governor Dan Patrick, the mayor of uvalde, other elected officials, law enforcement officials attempted to hold a press conference. Beto o'rourke, this clown who wants to be Texas next governor, decided to make an ass of himself and stood up and interrupted the press conference by screaming accusations at the ivaldi and state government leaders. This is a little bit of what the pandemonium and chaos sounded and looked like. You can watch along if you're watching us today on the Salem news channel. Excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Let's just sit down. You're out of line and an embarrassment. Sit down. And you are doing nothing. No, we're off. We need to get his ass out of here. This didn't have place to talk to the show. This is totally predictable when you are out of line. Sir, you are out of line. I'm sure you are out of line. Please leave us auditorium. I can't believe you're a sick son of a bitch. It would come to a deal like this to make a political issue here. We don't ordinarily air, we try to bleep some words that are, you know, curse words, but I'm sorry. I told the team, don't bleep that. Let Americans hear beto o'rourke being told off by the grieving anguished mayor of Yuval de.
The Truth About Vice President Mike Pence
"Marriage. Now, I never, ever in all these years talked about you and George, because I think people's private lives and their family lives, especially when children are there, are just not on the table for discussion. And so you bury your soul in this book, and people want to read about that can, but I want to go to something I didn't know. And as I read a book, I make my notes, I make my questions, and I wrote when I got to page the first time you mentioned Mike Pence, you were his pollster and political analyst for 5 years. And I wrote down for my notes. To ask Kellyanne, did he do the right thing on January 6th? But then I get the page four 67 and you tell us for a week. The media quote was working overtime to suggest vice president Pence would ruin his reputation to destroy his own political future by exceeding to his boss and refusing to certify the results. So you answered my question before I got to ask the question, that's why you got to read the whole book before you interview someone. Mike Pence is one of the best men I've ever met. And I don't know what his political future is. Are you back working for him, Kellyanne Conway? Well, I've one of the few people in the country who talks to Donald Trump and Mike Pence fairly regularly and I'm very grateful that that team one in 2016 stopped Hillary and her corrupt machine from taking over. And being in power and also just delivered amazing accomplishments. And I think that team is very important to recognize all that they did together as a team. I write about that because it's a good example here, and there are many throughout the book of the media just presuming they know what's going to happen. They always presume they know who someone is. What's in their heart? What's in their mind? What motivates them? And that's just not true. It was not true in that example. It certainly wasn't true about Russia collusion. It wasn't true about Hillary beating Trump handily. And so again, again, they fail upward without accountability. And look, I think that the break between the former president and former vice president is regrettable, but people should remember everything they were able to do together.
Celtics run past Heat 93-80, move 1 win from NBA Finals
"The Celtics are up three games to two in the Eastern Conference Finals following a 93 80 win over the heat in Miami The Celtics took control by outscoring the heat 32 16 in the third quarter then opened the final period on a 14 two run to go ahead by 23 Jaylen Brown had a game high 25 points and Jayson Tatum just missed a triple double finishing with 22 points 12 rebounds and 9 assists We need to go back home like we down three two With that sense of urgency that we did some must win game you know not relaxing 'cause we up Bam adebayo had a team best 18 points for Miami which shot a miserable 32% from the field and missed 38 of its 45 three point attempts Game 6 is Friday in Boston I'm Dave
Texas school shooting suspect purchased guns and ammo week before attack
"Of one of the children killed in the Texas school shooting says police were unprepared and slow to move in to stop the shooting His daughter Jacqueline was one of the 19 fourth graders killed and Salvador Ramos attack on rob elementary school in uvalde Texas He says when he arrived during the attack police were still outside the building khazar says he was so upset He thought about going in himself with several others Authorities say the massacre inside a locked classroom lasted upwards of 40 minutes ending only when Ramos was killed by a border patrol team Ramos grandfather rolando Reyes was asked why he shot and wounded his grandmother before the school attack I don't know I don't know Reyes
Longoria, Giants tee off on Mets rookie Szapucki in 9-3 rout
"The giant scored all their runs in the first two innings to beat the mets 9 to three Evan Longoria hit a pair of home runs and had four RBIs We came out excited and swung them as well and won a series against the playoff team right there It's a good team So I think we're all happy with the results Jock Peterson also homered after his three home run performance in Tuesday's game Mike iski hit a two run blast as well Jacob junis pitched a quality start 6 innings giving up three hits and two runs for the win It was a tough major league debut for Metz lefty Thomas who was chased after one and a third innings allowed 7 hits and 9 runs taking the loss Ryan leong San
David McCormick Takes Pennsylvania Senate Ballot Fight to Court
"So what David McCormick team has decided to do is to sue to allow the ballots that were not hand dated To be counted That is the ballots that were stamped dated To be counted Of course he is support over at national review because Donald Trump backed Doctor Oz and they hate Doctor Oz by their legal aimless over there who claims that this is really a civil rights issue according to the federal courts There's no civil rights issue This is a black and white simple originalism issue And there is no reason to change state law There's no civil rights issue or civil rights violation And it is a material issue Whether you sign and date a document for all kinds of legal purposes including absentee ballots and the envelope in which those ballots are placed
Switzerland Has a Stunningly High Rate of Gun Ownership...
"You know, there's a lot of European countries that do allow guns, for example, Switzerland. And they don't have this kind of problem. Nothing close to it. So what are they doing differently? They've got more guns, actually. In fact, in a population of about 8.3 million people, there's an estimated 2 million privately held guns. Think about that. And yet going back in some statistics I looked at all the way back to 2016, actually, this is data from 2016, there were 46 homicide attempts with guns, none of them were actually successful. So that's good news, but again, 2 million guns. And yet they don't have these mass shootings. So what's going on? Maybe it's more respect for the weapons. Maybe it's a culture of having that respect for the weapons that's passed along. Fascinating to me, every man. Every male in Switzerland is actually required to have a gun. They're given a gun. By the government, and they have that between the ages of 18 and 33, the government trains them extensively in the use of that gun, but it's expected that they would have a gun in their home. The Swiss model being that they should be armed, but nonetheless, not engage in that combat. But they want to make sure that everybody knows how to at least the men there are a team to 34 33. Now how to use a gun. And then after 33 at 34, you are offered the opportunity to purchase that gun from the Swiss government and you can keep it in your home and you have to have a permit and all that stuff. So lots of guns in Switzerland and yet none of the horrific things like we've seen here.
Indiana Lawmakers Override Transgender Sports Veto
"Indiana overrides the veto and bans transgender girls from playing on school athletic teams Republican lawmakers in Indiana joined more than a dozen states in voting to ban transgender girls from competing in girls school sports On a mostly party line vote first the state House then the Senate voted to override a veto by governor Eric holcomb who had said the bill didn't provide for fairness in kindergarten through 12th grade sports opponents say it's a non issue being used as a political wedge supporters say the ban is needed to protect the integrity of competition The American civil liberties union describing the law as hateful in a violation of title 9 and the constitution immediately
UK 'partygate' report blames culture of Johnson's office
"British prime minister Boris Johnson has responded to a probe on government parties that took place during coronavirus lockdowns by saying he takes the blame for everything that took place I take full responsibility for everything that took place on my watch Sue gray's report has emphasized that it is up to the political leadership in number ten to take ultimate responsibility and of course I do But while the report says that the blame for rule breaking lies at the top of government Johnson has insisted again that he did not knowingly break any rules and has ignored calls from opponents to resign senior civil servant Sue gray's long awaited report says the senior leadership team must bear responsibility for a culture that allowed the flouting of rules to happen Charles De Ledesma London
Jansen, Guerrero homer, Blue Jays beat Cardinals 8-1
"Danny Jansen hits two home runs and drives in four as the Blue Jays are a split of a two game series with an 8 to one win over the Cardinals the homers of the fourth and 5th of the season for the Toronto catcher could his big night at the plate sparked the team moving forward Maybe it was nice to get some breathing room and you know guys were putting great swings and getting up at getting hits and stuff like that So yeah perhaps obviously a professional team and we prepare and hitting contagious It always is So hopefully Vladimir Guerrero adds a solo shot for the Blue Jays Kevin gausman tosses 6 shutout innings and strikes out 8 to improve his record to four and three Jordan hicks is now one in four after giving up four runs over three plus innings for the Cardinals whose four game winning streak is halted Mike Reeves St. Louis
"first team" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"All right everybody, what's cracking? It's the rich eisen show basketball podcast. It's brockman here. It's we're back. It's a Wednesday. It's April 6th. It's TJ's here and Adam's here. And guys, the Lakers are eliminated. I hate. I hate to find joy in someone else's misery. I really do. I really hate fighting joy and others misery. What do you mean? But in this point, it's just like I'm just going to have to live with the hate. I'm going to have to live with a hate. Adam, when the season started, nets were the favorite. We didn't obviously know what the COVID thing was going to be in New York City, but nets were the favorite batting wise. They're like plus two 50. Lakers were four to one. To win the title, they had the second best odds. And now they are officially eliminated from the play in from even making the play in. 31 and 48, 11th, 11th in the Western Conference. I know what TJ you hate it. We've been talking about the Lakers in this podcast, like every single week, because it's just like, I can't, I can't stop. I can't help myself. They're the train wreck that I slow down to a crawl when I pass on the highway on the 405 going home. I rubber neck. The Lakers are the ultimate rubber neck team. And now that it's officially over at him, are you ready to declare them the biggest disappointment in NBA history? Oh man, all these Laker fans, with their flags, their logo flags on their cars. There's been no flags. They have not come out. They've been hiding. I was going to say that those flags have been in hiding the entire time. This has been a disastrous season for the Lakers. By far, the worst season for in terms of disappointments not only in Laker history, but in my opinion in NBA history, there's never been a team that had such high expectations not only in Las Vegas for bedding, but just I'm sure LeBron and Westbrook, they all thought that they were going to compete this year. And the fact that they don't even make the plan, you can't even make the plan. That's embarrassing. It has to be the fault guy. And he's going to be gone. But the real truth is that they're all especially Westbrook's the number one culprit in all of this. He's the single reason I think that this whole season was a disaster. If they didn't sign him the season goes another way, Bo LeBron has to blame himself also for signing on the Westbrook trade. So it's all their fault and it's funny to watch. Yeah, you're taking joy. TJ, we talked about this kind of on the big show. The NBA changed things, right? It was kind of preposterous that more than 50% of the league made the playoffs anyway. They had 16 out of 30 made the playoffs, but then they changed it. I think the playing game is actually kind of a fun new wrinkle idea. As opposed to some of the ideas that Major League Baseball was done, but the NBA kind of hit a home run with this. But now 20 out of 30 teams are in the quote unquote playoffs. Two thirds of your league, and to be in that bottom ten, just based on the expectations coming into the year, the star power alone on the team, the Hall of Famers, you can make a case for 5 guys being Hall of Famers on this team. Where does it rank for you in terms of just all time disappointments? I mean, you know what? You just threw that out on me, so I'm not really sure in terms of all time this at all times, but just not what you just said. It's over. You have a team that has 5 probable Hall of Famers. Most likely. Dwight Howard makes it. I just said Kobe, my goodness. I can't believe I said Kobe. LeBron. Carmelo. 80. Russ. In The White House. Despite what Shaq says, Dwight Howard is 1000%. 5 potential Hall of Famers on this team. And because season, yeah, was that worried a little bit as someone who doesn't really like the Lakers just because I'm surrounded by a bunch of Laker fans who love to talk trash to me. No, I was a little bit worried that the beginning of the season looking at the team. But then literally about a weekend, I was just like, you know what? Even before the season started before we did this podcast, we were both like, this could go either way. This might not work. You look at the names on the paper and you're thinking this is going to work, but in reality, we were like, we're not sure. It's amazing because you would assume that the narrative would be LeBron had a horrible season, right? If I fast forwarded the season to you right now and said the Lakers didn't make it, you're probably going to sit there and think, oh, LeBron got hurt, or he missed a lot of time, or he didn't play well. To the contrary, LeBron has had an incredible season. No, he's been amazing. It's just the supporting cash. Has not been able to stay on his level or get on his level. It's crazy. This just shows that you can't recreate the 2012 Olympic team in 2022. You know, it's true. Like you said, if there's 5 Hall of Famers, but four of those guys will essentially just three of them, I guess, are just way past their prime. And so that whole thing of getting stars to go on your roster, it doesn't matter if they're out of their prime anymore. So huge disappointment. Well, Brown James is only average 30 points a game once in his career. He led the league in scoring an O 7 O 8, right? He was 30 points, he was 7.9 assists and 7.2 rebounds. You know what his stats are this year? They're better than that. 30.3. He currently leads or did he fall percentage points or fractional points behind MB, because embiid at 45, right? 30.38 .2 rebounds, 6.2 assists. He's better than he was when he was 23 and he's 37 statistically. He's been outstanding. He's been outstanding. I also think though he's had to do it too. He has had to do it. I think he leads the league and shot attempts,.
"first team" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™
"Of that in this life or in some future condition you may be right. So there's there has to be a character stick associated to getting people to behave a certain way and so buddhism is the first that i maybe not the first but the one. I'm intrigued in. That is separated. That concept of an origin theory doesn't have one and mostly focuses on how human interaction what the impact of that is and how we should behave for each other for that for the purposes of being good to each other and i i find that fascinating like that insight that he was able to separate those core concepts and have this one concept which i think is the corta. Most human humanity success as an element itself. So i'd find that fascinating that would be a great guests who who's next on your list. The third one for me would be winston churchill. I'm a big history buff. I'm a love war stories and hearing all the things that are going on. I'm particularly interested by winston churchill for how he handled her thought of his role in the context of being the last bastion of hope for europe during world war two and the stress and the thought process and the strategy he had to create to ensure that you know the country didn't did was able to persevere was able to keep up the fight and survive through. You know many many years of damage from germany. And so i'm fascinated. I think there's a ton of excellent leadership lessons that are associated to that. Because i also think comes to life in times of stress and it'd be very fascinating to understand how you approach that what he thought about. What were the principles. He held onto as as he helped to manage through that through that to the war. I'm a huge fan of winston churchill in the story that the king had a talk him down from being part of the d day invasion. Do you know that story. I do not know that story. I believe this to be true off the reference. Check it after the fact. But i that he wanted to be part of the d day invasion and the king told him basically stood him down. Said you're not gonna go do that. It's too risky for you to be there. Wow we're going to go research that after this podcast. That is fascinating. I would love to join you for dinner saying can maybe or maybe just a glass of wine come. By and have this conversation i'd love to meet your ancestor. I love to meet buddha. I mean wow the enlightened one right right a conversation that would be certainly churchill while what a great dinner party says sanca. You have been amazing guest. I am so i. I'm enlightened by this conversation personally. I just really enjoyed having you love learning more about accu matica and for our partner listeners. Hopefully you'll all reach out the sand cat and thank you for joining us today. Mci departing thanks fences has been great really enjoyed it. Appreciate it and It's been fun as with each of my episodes. I appreciate your support. Please subscribe on your favourite platform like comment. Tell your friends about altamont guide departing and where they can find us. And i'd love your feedback. Please like the podcast and provide comments or reach out to me at vince. Men's yellen on lincoln twitter facebook and instagram. You can also like and follow ultimate guide.
"first team" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™
"I love manage the scenes. It's really fascinating. This really great we could spend a whole nother. Our here saying i'm going to have to invite you back just for some leadership lessons for all of our listeners. This is really terrific. But i have one question that i really love to ask. And it's it's a favorite question of mine and you know we are coming out of this time like no other and as we said earlier. Hopefully you know. We're getting to this point where we can get together in person with people and you were hosting a dinner party and you can invite any three guests to this dinner party from the present or the past whom would you invite and why this is a great question. I think it gets into people's psyche. Very deeply i guess. Yeah that's right one understand what's going on inside the head so the first one for me. I guess i'll maybe tell a bit of a story or context. There is a couple of years ago. I signed up for twenty three and me and you know they stay. Share the sort of ancestry of your of your dna and where it came from. And it's very fascinating because they can separate the lines from your father's side versus your mother's side so the paternal versus the maternal side and it gave me an interesting view over the last twenty thousand years. I think the range how my own dna traverse the globe starting in africa moving across the middle east. Want actually my paternal line going up towards moscow russia and then coming down Through the himalayas and then ending up in india and so what. I was very fascinated is to invite an ancestor from a longtime ago. You know something maybe two three four thousand years ago and have a conversation about like. How do you live like what's your daily life like. Ib so far. I'd be fascinated to know verne ancestor of mine. What they what they did. What was what were their problems. What were the things on their mind..
"first team" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™
"And she told me when you do a job do your job like your your boss. Take your bosses perspective in doing your job. Don't do your job from your point of view. Do your jobs from your bosses point of view and that was amazing advice. I think that that that piece of advice was foundational for me to thinking more. Broadly working on problems that were bigger than just the problems that my team was managing and understanding how to had a push an organization forward faster. I think that was that was really key from kathleen. The second i threes events. I've three pieces of advice. This is this is the second piece of advice is from jennifer heard. Jennifer is also was also at microsoft jennifer at that point was the vice president of the central region and i had just gotten a job as the general manager for mid atlantic to move to philadelphia and jennifer gave me a piece of advice. That said if you wanna know all the problems that your organization faces and you want to figure out all the solutions to those problems. Guess what ask your team. They already know all of it. They know all the problems and they know all the answers. And i found that to be very very true. I think a lot of leaders spend a lot of time. China search for what's the right problem we need to solve. And what's the solution for it. And they don't actually start with their team and canvas their own team on what's going on and so if you've got a good team you know they're connected to the market and connected to their customers and they understand they're going to tell you exactly. What are the problems and they're gonna tell you exactly how to solve them. And so leveraging your team effectively is. I think truly important. So that's the. I think the second piece of advice at share the third piece of advice was given to me by vicki. Lots better who was also at microsoft and she shared this with me. When i was running microsoft india which was to help people understand who is their first team. Most leaders think of their first team as the people that work for them and that they're trying to make sure that their bosses happy with them. Right as mostly how people operate but the paradigm that vicky shared was your first team or your peers. That's your first team your closest relationships and the people that you're trying to be more successful with or your peers. It's not the people that work for you and it's not your boss and that was fascinating to me and it was a massive piece of learning. That has helped me think about more. Broadly if i want to be effective most effective is a half to make my peers. My first team and that are a deep part of my agenda on what i do on a daily basis. Those are fascinating by the way. Those are probably have to say this after doing over one hundred episodes that was probably the best three pieces of advice. I've seen collectively shared on this podcast and their best every guest. This has really fascinating. I have one one question for you if your peers are your first team and this is not a trick question. How do you ensure that your direct reports. Also feel engaged and empowered so. This was something that jim dubois. Who is the former cio of microsoft shared at a. It was at a ceo summit and he shared this with his peers..
"first team" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™
"Of those times when we'd have planning meetings and the like but tell us about how you think about partnerships like what principles do you believe. Make a great partnership. Yeah i mean. I think the first place to start with that is that you sort of have to understand. What's my intention for any partnership and it all starts with you. Know i think about those. You referenced the the airline flights what did they tell you when the oxygen goes out on the those masks fall from the ceiling. They put your mask on first before helping others. And i sort of think of partnerships. Bit this way. Which is you i have to say. What's in it for me it before you can define what the partnership is that. I think is is where i think all of this. Starts everyone anyone who goes into a partnership needs to be really clear what they want out of it. Otherwise you're ending up in a place that's likely. Nfl's important and the implication of that once you understand what you want out of it is how you create shared goals a very deep conversation before entering any partnership needs to be there. There's an overlap or shared goals and those shared goals are well understood. They can be documented. They can be quantified. they can be achieved. That's really important in those shared. Goals have to be in a high high enough priority for both organizations that both organizations are going to invest time and resources to achieving those shared goals. But they have to be shared. If there's any conflict between those goals in any shape or form then the partnership is also. I think doomed to fail and so once you have that i think the next key principle for a successful partnership is communication frequent communication transparent honest communication a reflection of the facts of performance. How are we doing. What's going on has stuff changed. Has anything that's happened in my business caused me to rethink the prioritization. Or the definition of our shared goals. I think is really important..
"first team" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hard on one team for violating Coben Protocol. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg. Daybreak on Bloomberg, 11th. Rio, New York Bloomberg, 99. 1 Washington, D. C. Bloomberg, 10 States. One. Boston Bloomberg 9, 60, San Francisco, Serious exam 1 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business at Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karyn Moscow in U. S futures air falling this morning as we head into the final trading day of the week. We're coming up to 501 on Wall Street, and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. SNP Futures are down. 42 points this morning down futures down 277 NASDAQ futures Down 172 the decks in Germany down 1.4% Jack embarrassed on one and a quarter percent and the Foot C 100 is down 7/10 percent 10 Year Treasury little Change the yo 100.76% they yield on the two year 20.14%. Nynex. Crude oil is down two and a quarter percent or 88 cents, and 37 91 a barrel Comex gold little changed up a dollar 70 at 1948 70 announce and the euro 1.1855 against the dollar. Nathan Karen, It's been 53 hours since the last polls closed, and there's still no winner, but the path for Joe Biden is becoming clearer. The former vice president has taken the lead in Georgia, and he's maintaining his lead in Nevada and Arizona and catching up in Pennsylvania. We have no doubt that when the Countess Fanny Senator Harris and I will be declared the winners So I asked everyone to stay calm all.
"first team" Discussed on BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew
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"first team" Discussed on BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew
"On. With, with the culture now, with Wardrobe, Elizabeth devils. Let's say Paul George when you when wet went. After he was like, okay. Well, this is the guy that we're GONNA go after we're going to go ahead. See what we can do about making into that nets level. With. Him. What we what we really look at it 'cause I got. Very public opinions. I got to speak about real. I won't take a look up or George. Paul George is there mazing in the season player? The eighty two gains. Will Give you the best he will be propagating ranked as one of the top five shooting every season for ages gangs. After that, you probably ranked as one of the bottom five shooting guards. He is not an talking right now here with the clippers or I'm not talking over. Okay. See but even at the height of his career, you know when he's coming out of Fresno his over Indiana at a height of his career. He wasn't. That will dominate you the players. There was always the underlying message always an Asterik behind him. So even that said. It seems to me that you know since passing blame around seem bobble with looking at what can we do door to season? The, point blank. Wow look at it way clippers resigned the clippers design with all hype. It was it was all flashes zero substance. There could team look like God at walks into the club wearing Gucci, Bell you know saying got on his. Saint Laurent Saint Laurent. Pants these the study shows in everything look at the FIS don't have a dollar is. It was all look zero substance. I`Ma go helmet a popular opinion number two wild Leonard Hands Down is the role players ever played the game. I'm not saying he wanted to be elites. He's not he's not the type of person you can build a team around he's an elite roleplaying. Because we talked about the championship that he has over Downing San Antonio we really looking. That puzzle that championship was one way modern. Was One with Tim Duncan. Walla Tony. He wanted to be because he he held all the on those. They consider that be people on the view of the best player out here he wanted to be be. Strong. Year. down. Couples. They Think why the? Pretty. Clear. He's A. Wide. But he's a pretty good. Pretty good player did not occur. Clear Light. It's Free. Let's go ahead and take a look he top five MBA player. Let's take a look Tom Com. Ron. Could know the brought up the Anthony Davis. Are The browns. Run. One. Yes. Are you? Ran The. Okay. Arguably get. got. How Talk. About this. BEVAQUA. was. Angry. That, while now like. them the. Davis. Anthony Davis without any team around it without a Kyle lowry hoskins Yakub had a phenomenal year they your google bond. That's not. Out Loud he was able to moral. He didn't have a squad around in the US bill. Both players yet you can't say the Anthony, Davis? Ranked hiding into gauges. Can. How what? Where we live with Any. IB. Rebounds. Cold. Mechanical. So. Telling me to Anthony Davis could have won a championship with San Antonio. That same. Tokyo championship would have been won without. Without. Warden. Stores that version of. That's A. Militant Why You. Again. With. Champion. New Say. You WanNa Championship. Over lucky shot. Really. Let's go. Let's go ahead and call the because early in that. Of course I. Our. House. When he WANNA Gordon cooking. To. Come. Off. All most bag. But if you're joining. Extremely you. Within the looks of alcohol. Of, local. The visible. Because in that case, the most visual Cleo was ordeal and nobody's. Talking. L.. Great..
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"Became the first team title first he was discovered by Harry James but it was only when bandleader Tommy Dorsey bought out the contract with James that old blue eyes became a star by nineteen forty two he was the most popular Big Bang vocalist in the land when Sinatra became upset that his allowance from Dorsey did matches fame he went on a solo stint on Columbia Records it was here that Frank became the idol of teenage fans everywhere culminating in the Columbus day right of nineteen forty four with thirty five thousand teenage girls Bob the New York paramount to hear him sing Chicago's very own John Vincent who sings the great American songbook featuring his idol talks about Frank's early successes he was the first teen idol the driver was before Elvis the Beatles before he you name it Frank Sinatra was the one that so many men jealous because they're you know so many women would go crazy over him and screaming back and that was the the terms of the the body sectors I believe you know that was a big one remember the big picture they had of him outside of the theater and everybody waiting in line well Frank was the first to teen idol there was a time in the nineteen sixties when rock and roll took over the airwaves in the Beatles were at the top of the charts the latter was particularly impressed with the Beatles hit something calling it the greatest love song of the past fifty years yes specially admired the way the lyric evokes a girl who isn't even present aside from performing something numerous times in concert the natural courted the song twice in nineteen seventy as a single for Reprise Records enforced nineteen.
"first team" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Friday's picks getting more casual as time went on and one team was polarizing to say the least rebate I think is there something going on with their Rogers and I don't know about never giving him running back to wide receiver in the first round this report they're very happy about the situation religiously he is devoid of the help you deserve you all right so before we get into just how much love Aaron Rodgers might have for Jordan love consider this this was Rogers with ESPN Milwaukee about a month the goal with regards to if the Packers pick a quarterback would it bother him we're gonna I'm a real fan of where we're at is normalization were about my career I still feel like I have twenty years left when I was little I'm confident enough five five always so like the matter we bring in the night in the middle of the baby out anytime soon so feel very confident about my abilities in my place twenty six the Green Bay Packers I'm stunned at this pic I mean move up to get someone that can help our shorter quarterback Utah state you are telling the world we now have a succession your calendar quarter back a message that I don't think he is going to enjoy quarterback Aaron Rodgers the more usual solar this if you have first on the Packers select an offense of skill position player since Aaron Rodgers use your fourth quarterback of the opening round took less than a day for green bay's new signal caller to connect with their long time QB Jordan love the Packers first round pick on Thursday telling our Maria Taylor that he had a conversation with Mr Harron Rogers and it's been a it's been a crazy journey for me no one wants you know what experiences the next experience will be hanging out with Aaron Rodgers the question is have you had any conversations with him already since you've been drafted yeah I was able to talk with them earlier no really good guy you know just let me know I was just on the other side go to work what do you hope to be able to learn from a guy who the Super Bowl champion it's a lot of things to be able to learn I'm sure it's a step by step and arm strength department they'll burn everything that he's doing and just trying to understand the process needs to keep in mind remember Brett Farr stiff form Rogers when he arrived in Green Bay as the backup quarterback and the QB of the future might we have that same scenario at Lambeau once again how about some given take courtesy of first take Stephen a Smith and Adam Schefter if you could discuss that he should feel assaulted them as far as I'm concerned if I was ever rods that has to be traded to hell with all of them kick rocks how nice life I'll move on without you that's how I feel amber Rogers should feel at this particular moment in time let me be very very clear about where I stayed this is no knock against Jordan love I wanna make sure I'm clear about that Adam is no market goods Jordan love whatsoever he may have the potential match the floor may have every right to feel is exuberant about him is he may feel but there comes a point in time when you got a listen and really dissect the words of certain people I go to kids in GM he goes out there he said last night what does he say amber Rogers is a professional he understands what this is about this is about now well it's not about now it's about two years from now it could be about three or four years from now but certainly is not about now feeding off the NFC championship game appearance which you just had so let's dissect the situation for a second here amber Rogers was drafted in two thousand and five do you know that the Green Bay Packers have never drafted another office to play in the first round that's not what receiving no running.
"first team" Discussed on KOMO
"Are the first team to advance in the playoffs and Eddie Murphy has a new movie out there some Oscar buzz action but we'll find out and that some of what's ahead in our first half hour of first light is seven minutes past the hour producer David oziel on Alex andon are here with me in studio twelve Cathy Johnson is in the newsroom so president trump pretty much stunned his fellow Republicans with his sudden announcement that he is withdrawing American forces from northern Syria the decision was made he said after talking with Turkey's leader who pledged to move into Syria and take control of ISIS prisoners Bob Constantini has a follow up to the announcements made first on Twitter Republican senator Lindsey Graham usually a backer of Mr trump is a sounding the alarm on the fox and friends program is justified in Irving for the Republican on the Senate foreign relations committee Marco Rubio seems stunned by the announcement from the president Rubio tweeting if reports about US retreat in Syria are accurate the trump administration has made a grave mistake that will have implications far beyond Syria the deal Mr trump has with Turkey's president or to one would have American forces leaving northeastern Syria leading Turkey move into hold ISIS prisoners and perhaps attacked Kurdish militias that help the U. S. route the terrorist group Mr trump put his rationale in one tweet it is time for us to get out of these ridiculous and was wars many of them tribal and bring our soldiers home well I'm not siding with anybody we've been in Syria for many years yes Sir it was supposed to be a short term hit just a very short term hit and we were supposed to be in and out amid the tweet from the president seems to warn Turkey should not take action against the Kurds in northeast area as I have stated strongly before and just to reiterate if Turkey does anything that on my in my grade in the unmatched wisdom considered to be off limits I will totally destroying obliterate the economy of Turkey Turkey's president or to one is bound to destroy the Kurds many of whom want an independent Kurdistan were Syria Turkey and Iran neat we asked the president about the ethnic group known for fierce fighters who joined up with the American battle against ISIS build more and we've lost a lot of fighters well we're gonna try the president's former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley joins the chorus against letting Turkey take control of northeastern Syria in a tweet she says the currents were instrumental in our successful fight against ISIS in Syria leaving them to die is a big mistake I have great respect for all of the people that you named them to have their opinion and a lot of people do and I could also name many more than you just names of people that totally a supportive because they say it's time to bring our people that come when a police force thanks to Bob Costantini at the White House and that brings us to nine and a half minutes after the hour on first light thousand Telligent committee and lawyers for the whistleblower who filed a complaint about president trump's conduct review crane are discussing extreme measures to protect the individual's identity especially if there's public testimony there are apparently growing concerns about his or her safety and some answer Fadi has more from Capitol Hill these discussions are under way between the committee and the lawyers for the whistleblower all to protect the identity all of the whistle blower when and if he or she ultimately decides to come forward and speak before the committee there are a whole host of options being considered things like maschine this person's image masking their identity potentially going off site away from Capitol Hill to hold a briefing in a secure room on Capitol Hill in also limiting the number of people in the room and who's in the room potentially limited it between staff and members of the house a lot of things being sorted out right now and of course all to again underscore the security and the identity of this whistle blowers and protected a democratic a source in the house intelligence committee says that this was all prompted because of concerns that Republicans on the committee could leave the whistleblowers identity hard thing Simmons or funny reporting from Capitol Hill eleven minutes past the hour now all the devore cast let's check it out it's all full of snow this morning so stick around to find out where plus it's got me to yours coming up in sports Yankee sweep race they alive National League series going the distance niner stay perfect I'm.
"first team" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"To see. I mean he buckled to his knees. And it just you could tell he had the heart. The size of Texas. It tore him up that he hurt that little girl. But I don't know if this is necessarily the answer to this. I mean, we can never catch foul balls at the game anymore, if that's the case. So what are you gonna do? Joining me now. Ryan burrow. Ryan are you a big White Sox fan or no? Okay. I'm not. We'll move on. That's not why you. All right. Interesting because baseball has not made a formal declaration. They want him to do that. They've been talking with teams about extending the netting for years. He didn't over the last couple of years extending it beyond the dugout for situations like this. I mean, look at the little girl that's been heard. There was a woman actually in, in Chicago, the White Sox day. We would struck by. We had the situation with the Stanton that they've got lose that at Gangi stadium couple years ago. In severely, hopes someone and players have been calling for this for a while that being said, you know, you've got some type line as you, you know, I obviously, if you're behind home plate of your looking directly through the debt. No big deal was about seats in the house. But now, if you're on the farm. No, I side. Bayside if you're looking down the netting his that obstructed, your view on top of that, and you alluded to your critic of the players. Events. Getting flipped a kid in between innings or. You know, the building for people to job back and forth on the field. Pretty canoe barrier there self the White Sox of the first team. But I think we can all agree that. Len only eventually, played some kind of billion. Yeah, that, that bothers me a little bit because I think, I think, as a fan you sort of accept the risk along with the possible reward. You could get hit by a ball, but you can also catch one and I know what kid my dad used to take. Are you standing in the middle of the interstate just curious? Okay. Okay. Ryan burrow, Ryan burrow, reporting live from the median. Okay. So, so when I was a kid, my dad used to take me and my friends to Tucson, Astros are Tucson toros games. They were a farm team sub farm team of the Astros. And we would have a blast in every now and then we catch a foul ball. And but every now and then somebody get hit in the stands to, you know, it happened and it was just kind of you accepted that and it was part of the it was part of the show, so to speak. I don't know. I think you're taking something away from baseball by doing this. That being said, you know, now that we're starting to exit velocities of a hundred and seven miles. Well, good point. The, the bad for our native maple now. And you know they've been in the baseball diamonds field. Whether constructed now is they push all the same thing closer to the action and Wrigley field in. She probably took away to the dugout. It's kind of added a little bit more of the dangers fastballs while. Yeah, that's true. I thought about that. I mean, the, the way players are a lot different than they were in the early nineties when I was going to, you know, triple eight baseball club. But you weren't going to get ball's coming off the bat nearly that fast. But still, I just I think maybe that's an argument for going back to the natural way of playing the game. You know maybe we maybe too much technology has become involved in the game. Now, now, we're going to have robots calling strikes and balls. You know, in like that may be more accurate than the human, but it takes out the ability to yell at the to yell at the, you know. The fund was making fun of the. To yell at a robot. Many times. Yeah. Man, you suck C three P O four five seven. You suck man. What does that robot care? And then one day it will just turn around and laser you to death. So I don't know. That's the only one. Yeah. All right. We'll let you get back to the lakefront. We appreciate it. Ryan. Okay. Thank you. Ryan burrow, ABC news sound like he was in the middle of the interstate there. So sky net is going to take over the world beginning at a baseball game. Because one guy called the I don't know what he's what, what are, what are the things you say at the when you were we. Pitchers. Got a rubber on purchase. Got a rubber arm. But I forgot the empire heckles from I told you the story about my, my friend, mooning half and the right, did I tell you that. How do you moon half stadium? Okay. Well, the, the half the could see him down the foul. Yeah. We were sitting on the first base line to Santoro's. And my dad had taken me in about five of my buddies to to the game, and we were having fun because there was this goofy Ashraf the pyre, and he had a weird way of calling strikes and balls. And like so what he would do he'd be like I wanna come hook, and then the second would come in who. And then the third one that come in come in an ego. So it was as a net is a ninja. Yeah. He was like an inch. So was like, hook, right? Like, that's how you call them. And we were making fun of all night. We were standing up in our seat. We're doing all this stuff. Right. And then what time I turn around and my buddy mo-, he's, he's like short low guy. All he was. He was always on the end. Who's always? He was like all the way on the end of the, the group of us and he stands up in the stands, and he literally. He pulled his pants down eagle. Hey ref. Check this out in my dad looks over my dad turn, like shades of dark red. I mean it was so embarrassed. It was. So we were just busting up. He's like full frigging moon on the ref man. You're going to do that to a robot robots as your ass, aren't you did that, right? E walks right in the biscuits. I don't know man. Oh, by the way, that was, it was not a Mazda. Logo on the, the fake Maserati, apparently, it's a Kia Optima. Even better, and they had the Maserati logo on there. And it looks like maybe I'm seeing it wrong. It looks like a Mazda logo. But I'm like, why don't you do that? Have you seen that, like I saw I literally saw it was a Toyota Camry. They had replaced it with BMW logos and they had put a Honda Accord trunk on the back of it. And I'm like, what exactly is the message? You're trying to send society. I don't know what it is. Are you trying to make a statement, you get pickup, share in that one part here? One part there bring a bag of bagels speaking of fifty five plus getting surgery. Right. Loyal listener payout, right? Yeah. Somebody type somebody texted in the show, five two two, three zero six five six five. The netting will prevent line drives though lime drives getting through. Yeah. Foul balls are generally more of a pop up which will still make it over the net depends on how high the net is though, because I've seen them put those nets pretty high. So I don't know. There's a million different opinions. You can have about it, but the risk cannot be a three year old girl getting hit with one hundred and ten mile an hour line dry dying. That can't be that can't be the reward risk thing. I understand that. But it's that, that's where I get into again. This kind of the whole point of talking about the refs having robots called do we have too much technology involved in sports these days from from how we. Prepare our players that they're bigger stronger faster to the tools that they use to the technology, that's being used to to get to, to bring us the game. I mean, I still feel like I'm one of those weird traditionalist, it's on the fence about overusing rape throughout the course of the game when they put that little strike zone box on the television screen. The referees the are pretty good. There aren't a lot of times that they're off, right. But each referee jump, we'll have his own strikes and you'll see consistently call low strikes or high strikes. And you get used to that as a batter that's part of the fun of the game. Who's behind the plate today? High strike zone. It's probably a part of the part of the D. Someone is mad at me in the text box by three zero six five six. I I'm not supposed to say loyal listener payoff, loyal listener payoff at your job. Oh, no. You're we're allowed to say. I'm not allowed to say it because I sound like an angry chipmunk. Oh, Lila pay off valid yellow brick road. It's a union thing, I guess, I have to say that union thing back in the day before you were born Dale to do that. Oh, back in the day when when DJ's played record albums. There used to be it was all unionized, there'd be a guy his job was to take the record off the shelf. No another guy queued, the record true queued the record up. Another guy tawdry. That's not true. That's not Joe your crap NewsRadio. 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"first team" Discussed on Full Court Press
"Pistons probably the one team that the wind for it five the lose where the five though when five hundred other Lou five and that's been their whole season. It's not like when when lose one women groups they lose them in groups after tonight's game. I think they're sitting at seventeen and twenty one this week a lost to Orlando by two points lost in Milwaukee blowout, win over Memphis. Memphis. We're gonna watch them next week because they are struggling made a trade this week to try to add on the Martin's, you know, cetera five point loss to Utah that that Detroit really needed that win kind of be where they wanna be. We'll take a look at their fundamentals are quick offense twenty four defense twelve net rating twenty-third again that that rating tells me the probably not a playoff team even this Eastern Conference that we shall see fifth. Best office rebound percentage. Sixth highest turnovers when you play through. Four and five a lot. That's one of the risks. That you take is a lot of turnovers is kind of a Sikh sneaky part of a calculation if you're gonna play through your bigs, if not I'll Horford type super secure the basketball, you're gonna be one of the highest turnover teams leagues, that's what they're starting with effective. Fill percent is twenty eighth two shooting percentage. Twenty-ninth teams that measure their generally don't make the playoffs. Three point math or six and attempts. Second worst percentages team is very light on shooting. Even what I looked like Jose, call her own shooting seventy percent of the three point line. What's does? He just have the legs anymore. Glen robinson. The third was a near forty percents shooter in Indiana. He's he's never really got backed up after that injury that he sustained their Langston Galloway typically a reliable forty plus percent three point shooter. He's sitting around thirty three percent could be that when you play through your four and five. There's a lot that your guards that you're from shooters are not getting enough touches to get rid of them that could be a thing here about their fourteenth makes opponents third lowest volume lowest percentage, so they're doing really good job lowest fewer make so they do own the three point line on the defensive end of the court. And and you know, a lot of that is just under German occupies so much base. They can really extend their defensive formation to get pretty far away from the basket because German covers so much ground as individual defensive at your maybe he might cover more ground than anybody in the league in the role is not he's not a perfect defender. But he just his body does occupy so much space that the rest of the formation can get out on the perimeter and doing really well there. I. Was not happy with the lack of what they relying. Reggie Jackson earlier in the year on Washington this week. He had the ball out more. But he looked like the bad. Reggie I loved what staement Gundy had him doing coming down giving up the ball D H little. Corner. Let the ball work its way back to you kind of like what we saw Brad Stevens do at Thomas cetera et cetera. This he was just drilling the air out of the basketball this week. And nothing back to what you know. Got lower intermarriage Rosen did when doing Casey was the coach in Toronto, they would dribble dribble dribble gerbil Joel travel. Not enough all movement. You know, so being that the presence of stran- Sweeney is kind of the office system would be something different. But Blake's having as good a years. He's had a long long time statistically, he's very productive. But I I don't like that. Reggie's kind of gone back to doing the Reggie things before steaming Gundy really guy to buy into doing things that are helpful for the team. So I lead this team. Just this. You know, top in talent is there. Not enough shooters. Can they add shooters Canard wasn't playing earlier season? He was hurt..
"first team" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Do I have to start back into all the argument? You wait do can. I just mention to to you're blind. Witnesses who follow you on. What is it? Okay. To those blind witnesses. I remind you Michael Jordan was six and Owen. The files was six MVP's and LeBron is still I can't help this. I can't race it. He's still three and six and Michael Jordan. Never completely melted down in a finals the way we saw LeBron meltdown in his first files with the Miami Heat at Dallas, I've just never seen about like it. Just let me finish this. Michael Jordan, never melted down in another finals against the San Antonio Spurs and got blown off the floor in five games by a record finals margin and nobody ever accused Michael Jeffrey Jordan of being a liability at the late game clutch free. Line like LeBron has consistently shown us to be so wait. So we have ten scoring titles for Michael and one for LeBron really. We have nine defensive first team all in LeBron and only six and we have one defensive player of the year for Mike. Lebron should've wanted the negated DeMarcus all, but that's not there. We'll skip. I just want to ask you this. And maybe you can help me out. Let's just say for the sake of argument in magic Magic Johnson. Michael Jordan first NBA finals, he's playing the Los Angeles Lakers in nineteen Ninety-one. And let's just say for the sake of argument, here, Horace, Grant, and Scottie Pippen goes out. Do you feel comfortable in saying that Michael Jordan by himself will beat the Los Angeles Lakers? Yup. I do I do he was he was a terror if it was the ultimate assassinate you remember, do you?.