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"gordon trains" Discussed on RunPod
"Training Plan I. Guess It's a Brana Gordon training plan because it sounds like I literally let her lead the way you know she was like my running. Train shoots know personal running trainer in those early days because I just let her guide May and I trusted her and she done it before say I would she's at, she'd be in charge of having apple and. Run, keep rouw whatever it was kind of right stop start stop start walk run walk run. And I think. Secretly. Love that because like all of us life is so. You know I struggled a lot with. Know Triplets demands a teenager everything that's going on in life and I have a lot of chemo brain fog and. I'm terrible at navigation on terrible technology said the idea just tell me what today tell me when to stop telling you stop I'm very happy with that. So I let myself be led and I've certainly used various APPs in the past. Brilliant. Because if you them, you will you can't get. You can't have those talk if you follow them and that's Just hand over is like yet surrender to be up to to the training program and let it Ligi. And it's a lovely sort of pleasant surprise when.
"gordon trains" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Because Gordon training would you goto carbons training that it for you, Doug and take him down. What? I have to go that far in the yes of the tackle approach instead of the shooting. You think that the cops should have tackled him? He's just a poor your gun. Understand what I'm saying, and just sort of mentality. It's troubling. Well, that's certainly that's certainly what I wish you'd have happened, Lamar if, if the if if Jacob Blake was Not following the orders of resisting arrest and moving around his car. Certainly my preference is that the cops would have tackled him before he could have opened the door, especially when there are more cops than there were of him. That's true, and that's what I'm saying. Systemically. You know the way they talk. Understand? Like all of it, man it just in from the think that I don't know if you think that was, I don't know what they were trained to do, but We have still, you take the job. It's a top job and we all get it. We understand what it is. What It's just in this one here here. Cops thought like that man. It's just it's shutters. You you're going to stand a little ex gave me chills down my spine. Him actually say that Just a figure of Scott Salt here that he's retired cops out here he was fathom going that way. You know, I I do understand your saying and little more. This in many ways goes back to June and the conversation about what should the procedures be lost? Law have to be saying, Well, well, right? Well, yeah laws. But what about the What is the procedure for a cop in situation acts in situation? Why, in situations like what is the next that training to use deadly force as a literal last resort, Like, try everything else before you shoot somebody like that's what it should be a promise, right? That's common sense. I mean, are you saying you try everything and she doesn't do it for you gone. Four. God Finally waiting for the bus. Arbuckle five above 35. I mean, my goodness. Isn't that that maid of inflation people you're making still through it. It makes me sick. The very listen Lamar way, But we do know that they were rustling with him prior to him walking around to the other side of the car like the neighbor. There was a quote Rayshawn White, one of Blake's neighbors. Ah said Ah, basically said one of them meaning the cops had him in a headlock was punching him in the ribs. The other had him in a headlock on the other side of them and was pulling his arm. After they punched him in his rib. The female officer Tae's done and Jacob kind of leaned on the car, and they proceeded to wrestle him toward the back of the car. And he went to the other side of the car. Like You know what you're doing? That mayhem is Yeah. They'd already tried other other measures. It seems that way, Father. I mean, I You know, Lamar. We appreciate the phone call. We really do. Let's talk to Ah. To Chris and Logan. Chris, you're on V I P. I thought it had gone. Hey, buddy. Yeah. Um, I I'm not a cop. I'm not gonna pretend to be a cop. I'm not gonna pretend to know what a police officer goes on day to day basis. I don't I'm not speaking for police officers, but two points that I want to make the first one on sports. I think it's kind of funny. That all of a sudden, and I'm not saying that this never was happening or didn't want happened four years ago. When Colin Kaepernick first made his social justice, you know, image the kneeling during the anthem now, all of a sudden, you know We are more on a general scale starting to be concerned about it. I'm not talking about you, Joe personally, Are you John personally or this show of the station, But a lot of people ripped Colin Kaepernick and the same people who rips Colin Kaepernick or now. Supporting this movement supporting the MBA players walk. That's definitely true. No question about it. That's just a fact and number two are you know Once again, I just find it funny that everybody's calling in and saying all these things The MBA. Boycotting games isn't going to change. This problem. It's not going to do anything. It's a very powerful emotional statement in and God bless the players did that. I don't know if I would like Johnson early. I don't know if I'd be brave enough. Walk away from X amount of dollars. That dreams that that I had a kid, but we need national change. You know, you guys were talking about earlier our proper training courses. For state and federal Law enforcement officers We need to look at, you know, discipline for cops allowing local, state and federal law for smaller of law enforcement officers to be looked at. When their discipline and not these records shouldn't be confidential, allowing citizens to make AH comments and criticisms to the law enforcement has long enforcement in their own communities To really make change. The MBA. Not playing a couple games are getting rid of the playoffs This year isn't going to change anything. I tend. I tend to agree with you, Chris now. I don't know. Listen, maybe it will, because when early action is taken in the movement, this isn't even early action. But you know what, Like, you never know what's gonna happen. You just not goingto use. It was a nail on the head. I'm not gonna pretend to know right that this will or won't do anything. But in my opinion, you know, While these are all amazing things, and these players should be commended for speaking out, you know, obviously we have a player aren't down Malcolm Jenkins very vocal on social, social change social equality. But you know, we really need national change on on the highest of levels and an a changing of the heart. All of us changing of the heart. How we view Our neighbor, Andi all of these things, but in terms of sports, I love works just like you guys. But you know, in my opinion, one way or another, it doesn't make a difference. Unless that big change, Chris. We appreciate the phone call to on 559 to 94 94. That's one of the main things we're trying to drive out today. The actual cause Ality not causality that cause and effect off If the players do not Continue to play. Would it actually create positive change? We're not And you know, that's that's one of the things that perhaps is part of their discussion when they get together today. I mean, I would I would. I would hope it would be part of the discussion because, you know, I mean, it would be Ah, shame if they walked away and it didn't lead to anything. Um I don't know. I don't know if the players not playing would change anything. Does it change? You know, rules and procedures in Kansas of what a cop supposed to do when confronted with a specific situation. Does it change training methods? I don't know. Maybe it does. Maybe it.
"gordon trains" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"All Right? Thanks start off with Jack shore, defeating Aaron Phillips Kinda, just them look not to sound disrespectful, but that's more of a praise on Jack. Shore really really good kid I. Believe they were saying submission rear naked choke in round. Two round one was kind of dominant as well. They kept saying look. Phillips can get around one and avoid anything that gives shore some sort of an easy takedown. or an attempt to just close the quarters and we'll see. We'll see how this thing can play out and I think it was a superman punch that went nowhere. So I, was just more impressed with. Jack than anything good on him bantamweight. LEANNA low. Josiah produced the first upset the night. I think he was plus sixty plus one eighty. She defeated. Diana Bill Vida submission arm bar and she worked on that arm bar mantle. She finally locked in. And there. It was jared Gordon with a patchwork corner now. That doesn't mean I'm disrespecting. Their cornermen is just he would have never thought that the guy announcing or one of them the broadcast team was John Micheal Bist being Paul. FELDER felder left to go corner Jared Gordon and I'll walking. Jared Gordon is Eric Niksic. Eric Nixon coaches out of extreme tour, Juerg. Gordon Trains little bit. Rufus Sport and a little bit at Sanford May in Florida but Henry Hoofed. Dick I Dean Thomas all those people that could have worked with them. You've got the the Ronan unfortunately. and. So, yeah, the Paul felder did what a teammate and friend would do in Niksic, who is highly respected by Henry, hoped and a few of these coaches that I mentioned before have mentioned in the past thought. You'll be in good hands with this guy. They knew Eric would be out there because Eric was obviously cornering Dan Ebay. He's GonNa Corner Joseph. Ben Evita's on Saturday And then he was obviously part of the people prep in. Tim Elliott and cody steaming maybe some at work or whatever, but he wasn't good hands, and he dominated. He dominated Chris fiscal so good on him. He said I remember jared. Gordon coming over with Paul felder to the studio by what year and a half ago. Guys yeah real cool. They spent some time with us. data's bow caucus defeated Andrea. It was funny seeing being Columnists Lights Michaelides and then I think he finally said I give up calm Andreas, and then the very next the very next thing think John Exude mclane is with a head, kick or something like that and Pau photos danger. You just hear him John He goes. We're going with Andreas. John started laughing beautiful TKO there with some elbows at the end of round one. What happened was Mick elitest slowing in getting to his corner, and so the referee said Hey. Are you okay or something like that and make elitest goes. who was calling the catches portion? Just catching himself not fucked up, but just rocked will say right. He looked like he went to like. These, these fighters are very comfortable with the cage. They train around the cage. And Matt's be so much and I think you just looking for like the little support of leaning back and spring up with your legs, like the the tail end of squat and instead washing laugh guy lost because of it. The Gate had opened. That's where the people were coming in. And now you know the cornermen with their stools, and all that and so little spot. Just the gate had did you see this? Or I it had opened, and so he went back and rolled out, and the that's that's it you know, and so the guys were like hey, man. You know you sure, would you have really call that and Now that said Meka lightest didn't offer much like what the fuck you know like. There was none of that. Was the argued to staggering about. I think in the REF was definitive. Kinda like I ain't trying to hear you. Not even like all did I blow it or my bad. You know hidden that heart so in the end I think the REF. KINDA got bailed out. I appreciate his assertiveness and who knows if we were to interview the REF. Maybe he would. Maybe he would say hey, look, there was all he was already easy and foggy and dowels that last bit of Info, but it it did look that way and you know whatever Do you remember another? Big Boys. Man Another time at the gate opened. Long time I remember Chandler's getting. The chair pulled out from under oh funny. was. Okay! It was. Was it chemo and Heus? Or was it Hackney and Emmanuel Yarborough I dunno I. Just remember the door opening and they stayed in the same position had a kind like move them over some. Ought to go back and look, but I think one of those two fights the gate open really. Man Let's see here Lauren Murphy also produced an upset. He was like plus one sixty, one eight against Ricardo Ramos. Tko Punches. Could Win for Murphy I think he's a Manchester Product. They were saying. And Ricardo side of Brazil takes the loss there in the first round so. said the whole main card went to decisions on the undercard. We had five out of six finishes. So it was, said Mathoma, and it was really really setting the tone. Murphy was was really really exciting, but caucus elbows at the end. You know the he was doing something. They're Gordon was just dominant. But we also had an upset with Josua and then Jack. Shore was a beast, and then we get to, Kasim at shimmied of over John Phillips goes. He ragged all man. This guy really does look. The column Habib two point zero or something like that. Wow, like you get a nickname like that I don't know if that's his official nickname or if they're just maybe called him that I. Don't know, but that's just what they're saying. But when you see that you're like all I, take it easy. Remember who I was a kid name Puck. I just saw him the other day. Those GOP, not a two point. Oh, which is on? That had that kind of promise. I just saw on tough to use one..
"gordon trains" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Knowledge chest. Not Strongest created novus. You're GONNA see him. Local potenza children candidate on the back of that. But I imagine Half an eye on something like The Irish nationalist. I three rooms over events is all came. A ferry us. I don't think might be significant. I think they have a barricade. Correct me if I'm wrong on this and it wouldn't be the first song and it won't be the last. The connections have intimated the Irish grand national and that is going to be his target. This was a fairly clear. Cut Victory Forum. He's got former middle. Indo and carefully selected to big players in various novice races at Cheltenham Festival. Mark Wom- for two today as an opening. So would you be happy with that? Roy Yes I think that's fair. I mean it's not you don't throw it in that kind of model but it quits Gandhi. She given the handicap at Cuesta reasonable. And it's all seasons kind of being gradually building. Ultra at so be happy. Happy enough issues. Always been the price the risks that you're looking at the end of the season others but be spending on under the weeds. Comparisons one or lose it by then. But let's say Valley Adam was talking. Heard it on here anyway. The KINDA GUY. Sports opposed to mention the on the PODCAST. 'cause I'll keep it from us. That's just a few things. Yeah one to just just to confirm by several houses. That's his opening Marcus. More than reasonable. Jane Mangan talked about belly. Adam as being a potentially exciting bumper horse possibly a Cheltenham bumper type. He'd been entered up the storms had re tavak. In a few races were cancelled he was then subsequently written about by an. I'm sorry I can't remember laws but I believe it was a time for point to point expert who talks about the sectionals that he clocked and how impressive he was sent off. Long odds on favourite. Navin I mean he's not thrashed but he is beaten on debut. We had a lot of ground to make up presumably. He's a Horse. Berry that they'll be looking forward to next year. There's still a lot to be excited about. Just because he's been beaten here it doesn't preclude them from being from being a great one class horse in the future. Yeah it's a strange one. Isn't I think with Gordon trained to winter to bumper in Guarant- Sunday Kinda. I think he said to someone all. We've got a better one. That at home runs tomorrow by went off at one to four hard to believe but he did say actually talked to before to race or after a tink after one of his horses won't on Sunday any they'd say listen. He's a lovely horse. We really like it. But he's got to go out and do it on background traveled sweet true. I just couldn't get home underground. I don't think it's amazing. Because he's been traded at a low of five to one of the exchange traded at a high of fifty mark understanding all sorts of money. Don't inbetween I mean we've fifty-seven grant has euros matched on the on the champion bumper on the exchange so far six grounded out has been much nobody Adam so obviously Horwood a big reputation where he takes them plumper in there or not. I don't I didn't read anything. I didn't hear anything about this I don't know. Do you think rory does take the champion bumper him. It's.
"gordon trains" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Pounds of heroin inside a detective testified it was less than nine pounds scale says that accounted for the initial high bail ranging from five to ten million dollars a judge. Reduced fail for all the feds to about a million dollars still prosecutor Megan Stricker says they were moving eight million dollars worth of product every week at the bucks county courthouse. Steve Taiwan KYW NewsRadio day before he was to go to prison. Former Penn State, president Graham Spaniard pride for child endangerment for his role in the Jerry Sandusky scandal had his conviction overturned w Harrisburg bureau chief, Tony Romeo reports. Former Penn State, president Graham Spaniard was convicted two years ago by jury in Harrisburg on one count of endangering the welfare of children for his handling of the Jerry Sandusky scandal and sentenced to at least two months of prison, plus two months of house arrest after exhausting his appeals in state courts. A judge three weeks ago set a date for him to begin serving his sentence. But one day before Spagna was to report to prison. A federal judge has cost. It's conviction that judges ruled that Spaniards conviction was based on changes to the law that took effect in two thousand seven six years after. After the conduct in question. The attorney general can retry Spangler or appeal the judge's ruling to the federal third circuit court of appeals. A spokesman says the attorney general's office carefully reviewing the judge's opinion. In Harrisburg, Tony Romeo. KYW newsradio. Philly and septa the cops were looking into a suspicious package that put some of them on edge Tuesday night cable ws, just a new report posed the minor headache for some mass transit commuters as well. The police say it was a little before nine thirty Tuesday evening at the spring, Gordon train station in the northern liberty section of the city when someone spotted the package they say when they arrived at the same with Philadelphia police they were able to clear the package is not carrying a bomb or being a hazardous threat writers had the clear the station for about a half an hour before they were let back in the police say this is not an uncommon occurrence. But if you see something you should say, something just the Nudo KYW NewsRadio. Cops arrested driver in connection with a hit and run that killed two people in the cities Busselton section twenty five year old. Warrington man was picked up in Camden, Tuesday, Lisa caused the chain reaction crash. The intersection of red line road in Busselton avenue earlier this month. The Philadelphia free libraries board of trustees has established a committee on diversity and inclusion KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports library officials went before council Tuesday with a report there is perhaps no issue that gets more attention and budget hearings than workforce diversity and questioning of the library was particularly intense this year because an anonymous online staff survey found non white employees felt disrespected and marginalized library officials were given marching orders to report back on efforts to improve the situation trustee and committee co chair Chris Arlene showed there's nothing like a deadline. Our first meeting at eleven thirty this morning, given how new the committee is Arlene had few details to share but councilman Blundell Reynolds Brown who led the questioning said she was satisfied that the effort was sincere at least for now a year from now I.
"gordon trains" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Dollars an hour. And I'm not charging by the hour. It makes it so much easier for me to sell my program against you. When you're thirty dollars an hour, and I'm not charging by the hour. It makes it so much easier for me to sell my program against you say you need a program that has multiple facets to it. I don't know facets right right word there, multiple whatever's to it because if you can put those things in you will compete against people again. Other dogs so much better and you'll serve your clients so much better. Because so many of you are just selling that session. And I know that because on every single Facebook post you've got dozens of dogs or saying, this is how much I charge for our they're selling their hours. They're not selling results. Now at the end of the day. They did X men hours, and they got X men results, but they were selling their hours, and they happen to get results. Stop that start selling the results and it happens to take hours to get there. Hopefully, make sense. So we've talked about the first two things you need your core transformation component. And that's how they're private sessions. Borden train, maybe group sessions in what you need to do is figure out how much of that. Does it take to get result? And if you say, well, I don't know it's a different result for every person stop thinking that way because you know, and I know that you have an ultimate goal of how you want every dog to be you know, that when you sell your cheap little programs. You're not thrilled to the bone with how dogs turn out when they're done. So forget all that. Crap and start selling what you want to sell you want the dog to do this this this and this, and you know that with eighty to ninety percent of dogs. It will take this amount of private training. Gordon, train group session, whatever you know, that it will take this to get there. And if you don't know that seep training for longer because you're doing something you're too new in the industry if you've been in this industry for a while. And you know, what you can do to certain amount of time start showing that instead of continuing to sell what people think they want which is X amount of sessions or whatever. Because that's how the only way that they're able to buy it. So you've got your core. Transformational component. You've got the supplemental study the third the cell is the tools required to get there. This bothers not bothers me. Maybe bothers me them. But this kind of drives me a little bit nuts. When I hear people say like, and again, I I get these topics like Facebook groups time people say should I include the lesion line in the cost? Yes. Of course, you should they need that to have success. Yes, they're coming to you for a solution. And you're saying, yeah, I can give you the expertise. But I'm too frigging. Lazy to buy a long line to give to you. What the heck get them the stuff that they need get it for them included in it. I mean, how crazy is that? They're coming to an expert, and then you sending them an Amazon linked to go buy stuff that they need. Now. Obviously there's a limit here. You know? So for example, like I don't think most dog trainers should be expected to like store stop crates. I mean, some do actually. And actually if you do that's great. But the fact that matters most people we work with already have a crate, it's working, maybe there's other stuff. But, but frankly, do you need a clicker for the training include the clicker use an e caller include it, you know, don't try to trick them by putting down this lower price. And then saying I got you two hundred bucks extra for the collar. Oh and twenty five extra for the prom. Oh, and it's fifteen extra for the long line. And you also need another fifteen for the tree pouch. Oh. You know, forget that include it they're coming to you for the expertise. Give them all the expertise of which are the best tools and give it to them and included in the cost and don't shy away from that. And explain to them that you know, and learn how to sell so that it's included. And and so that you can sell at that higher ticket amount. I did that for years where I was it was it's not bait and switch, but it's about as close to balance, which is you can get where you're like, our prices this. But and then like asterik and then at the bottom, it's like you'll also need three hundred dollars in. So and so the people are like, wait a minute. Used to have some people. Now, most people are like either polite or they get it. You know, they get it. They're like, oh, yeah. I guess I'd probably do need to buy stuff or they're polite. Like, really like this guy was she wouldn't have like whatever I'm gonna keep using them. But who she went to dump this on me at the last second. You gotta buy three dollars worth of stuff. Again, people are coming to you as the expert given the tools that they need now. Again, the sure there is a limit. Like, hey, you might want to offer six weeks of treats, maybe I probably wouldn't. Because at the end of the day, you know, their dogs gonna need a different type of tree in the next, and it would be silly of tick spec that you could, you know, stock forty different types of treats or forty different types of toys because this dog is is motivated by that way. But there's core stuff that you use with every darn dog keep it and give it to them, including the price and stop shooting around with the the borderline bayton switch. Okay. So three things so far, we got one more thing. Your core. Transformational component your supplemental study, what are the. Other things that you need to put in there that help them whether it's during before after the training. What are the tools any give it to them? And the fourth thing is a degree of continuity, and what I mean by continuity is ongoing now some people charge for continuity, some people included, but what is the ongoing help. Because if you're a good dog trainer, you can create transformation using transracial platform. Something study and tools you can create transformation in two weeks a month, two months, three months, whatever, you know, depending on what your version of transformation is and how you train and whatnot. You can create that transformation in one two three months. My guess right or two weeks to three whatever you can create that transformation. And if you've been doing this for any amount of time, you also know that after the fact dogs are going to slip, and this is one of my biggest pet peeves. I've been on I've been dog training boards. They say once I train the dog. They're good for life. And I'm like, you are a liar because that's not how behavior works. You. Don't train the dog, and it's good for life. So. What are the resources that you offer on the tail end to make sure that for the life of the dog or at least for six period of time? Because I know some people are like some people are worried about committing to life because they're like, well, I don't know my husband's in the military. What if we have to move, and I have to move the business. I don't wanna premise for life. Okay. I get that or well, you know, I don't wanna promise for life. Because maybe you know, I wanna do something else with my life at a certain point. That's okay can be a dog's going for five years. And then go be something else. That's cool. It's it's not a bad thing. So I get it. You might not wanna promise for life. But at least a fixed period of time, you know, getting a dog train we've done our transformation. Now, what do you offer long-term? Now long-term can come included in that transformational costs. That's what we do. You know, we offer most of our programs have lifetime group sessions, and there's a way to do group sessions. Lifetime that cost you nothing. That's a podcast for another day. There's a way to do it that doesn't cost you a darn thing. But what are things that you can do? Such that somebody says, okay, I get it. I trust you like you. I've seen senior results. But what about the long term? What are things you can do to help them? Is it monthly group sessions. Our weekly group sessions is a Tele class is it. Is it a webinar? Is it some sort of training, buddy? There's accountability. Are you the accountability buddy for them? You know, is there some sort of big something in the mail every quarter that remind the I don't know use your magic nation because it all depends on how you do things. And how you want to get those results, but are you in the business of helping somebody out for the next month, or are you in the business of creating transformation that sticks? And if you're in the business of creating.
"gordon trains" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Let's talk pets on pet. Life radio dot com. Okay, guys. So I've been debating how to do this episode because on the one hand, I don't want it to sound bragging, Greg. There's a different bragging proud of an accomplishment. Right. Brag is kind of like this annoying nodal self-righteous describing myself just kidding. But you know, there's that bragging that nobody likes whereas you proud of an accomplishment is something entirely different. So so you say I wanna talk today about how I feel we're doing something pretty unique in the dog training business, and I'm going to share it because you know, I think the more businesses grown the more. It helps everybody I really do feel like I'm looking for a ton of businesses in my local area to grow. But overall what happens is as dark training companies do well, the whole culture round dog, training shifts. And what I mean by that is we've got TV shows like Cesar Milan in Victoria. Still it you might love them. You hate them. But what you can't deny is that they've shifted the dog training landscape, not just them. But then along with other, you know, TV shows about dog trainers. They've shifted the landscape because what they've done is culturally. They've made it acceptable and desirable to go after dog training you to get dog training for your dog. And they've made that like a thing. And so now, oh, you've got a dog you go get a trainer. That's a good thing. You do not like it wasn't a thing before. But before these TV shows, it was less prevalent, and these TV shows kinda push the needle up. So what I'm getting at is is the more than our businesses grow the more that our businesses do well in the more that we highlight good things that are happening. It helps everybody because it continues shifting that culture. The next part of the Doug trading culture that I think is shifting right now. And we'll continue to shift is the notion around paying big money for dog training back when I got started in training. It was the mid nineties and I worked for a dog trainer. Shawn. I didn't see all the the business aspect ends. I still remember, you know, we did a lot of group classes and private training the private training. I want to say the guy charge the guy worked for charge thirty bucks, forty bucks per session or something like that, you know, doing a handful of sessions with somebody in the group sessions. I actually don't remember fifty bucks seventy five bucks something like that. And so, you know, granted now this is twenty over twenty years ago. And so those numbers would be different but back then selling big ticket training was done. But very little like culturally. It wasn't like this acceptable thing in many places twenty years ago and still today, but like in more places twenty years ago dodge were still in the backyard. They weren't a part of the family. They lived outside and stuff like that. And so anyways long long explanation for what I'm trying to get at is that culturally, it shifts, and so the more the dog training companies are doing well, the more it's going to benefit me. And so that's one reason why share this stuff. The other reason is I teach people how to do this and make money. So if you're a dog trainer that wants to make more money, I can help you do that in exchange for money. Head over to tie the dog. I dot com in go search under resources, anyways, there's something there for dog trainers. There's a webinar that I've got and you can learn how you can add twenty thousand dollars to your business, and maybe we can even ended up working together at some point. But those are the reasons I shared, I think it benefits me. So, but I also think you'd benefits dogs. And I also think it's great when when people learn stuff because this is all stuff that I've had to learn, and I'm grateful for people that have taught it to me. But what I wanted to share today is how we as a company have evolved to the point where we're doing over one hundred thousand dollars a month in just training. So I can say I'm proud of that I am they're very few dog trading companies that do six figures every month in dog training. It doesn't make a huge business by any means in in the national landscape of businesses. You know, you know, a seven figure businesses not like this huge business. But as far as Dr training businesses, go. We're few and far between there's not that many of us that that are doing six figures a month. And so so I'm proud of that fact that we as a team we've been able to do that. And I'm also proud of the fact on how we're doing it. I'm doing all the sales. And so this is where I think that we are maybe even one of a kind and forgive me, if I sound a little bit bragging, but I believe we're one of a kind in that the dog training companies that are doing their seven-figure businesses are going to have anywhere between four and five and maybe ten and twelve dog trainers, maybe more in all of those most if not all of those trainers are going to be involved in the sales process, and they're going to be the ones doing the selling. And so you've got eight sales people out there, or whatever it is five sales people six salespeople, which we've done that before too. But I'm proud of the fact that we are as six figures every month, I'm doing all of the sales and not only my doing all of the sales, but I'm doing them from the phone. And so we as a family travel a lot in the past two years. We've been we've been to Europe four times we've been to Costa Rica, we've been to Cuba. We've been all over the United States. We've been you know, we visited the southeast and we've been over to the west, and I can do that. Because anywhere that I've got a phone line. I can do that don't go to Cuba. If you need a phone line by the with out like phones, don't work there. You know, I've I've gone all over Latin America, I was in Honduras two weeks ago and no not two weeks four weeks ago. And I was making sales calls, you know, while in Honduras in one of the poorest places on earth. It was actually quite I opening, you know, here I am. It was right before Christmas. And I was I remember one evening after working with this organization in really working with some folks in poverty, I sold like five thousand dollars or the training that night and thinking, oh my gosh. Like that village that I just went to isn't gonna make five thousand dollars this whole year like the whole village. And so anyways, I'm getting off on a tangent here. But because I'm able to sell from the phone I can live where I need to live. We can travel allows me to do cool things I go to Honduras for a week and help out with an organization or go to Belgium, like we did for a couple of weeks is a family or go to Portugal as a family or go to a conference in Vegas, or whatever, you know, it allows me to do these types of things because I'm selling from the. Phone and not only that it allows me to provide a great living for our traders almost Oliver traders are doing six figures and income every year were on a six figure pace rather. And they don't have to sell. They don't you know, they just train and their lives can be fun. So I'm pretty proud of that. Because I don't think any other company is doing the kind of volume we are where it's also by one guy over the phone. I don't think so. And so I wanted to share with you how we've done that. Because you may or may not want to do what I'm doing you might want to do something completely different. But the reason I'm able to do it in that we as a team as a company are able to do this is because of setting up a system that allows you to have to scale up a business as much as your local area will allow we're not even at the you know, where we could be. I think we could add own other half a million maybe another million in training if I had the trainers for it. And so we're trying to figure out how to get more trainers and stuff like that. But anyways, there's a process to this. And I want to share this process. And like, I say whether or not you ever want to do anything even close to what I'm doing or something entirely different the process that I use can help you do exactly what I've done or the process that I use can help you do your way because it's the process, and and if you build that process, you can build on top of that process. However, you wanted to look so I am seeing I wrote down notes I wrote down six things now six things that are going to help us get to this type of business six six figures a month in sales all over the phone by one guy, so six things number one. It starts with your offer. I can't I can't emphasize this enough. And this is where I think a lot of dog trainers are going wrong is they don't have a great offer. And you might say, okay. What is agreed offer? A great offers a lot of things, but more than anything it's clear and specific, and it's compelling, and so when I say an offer is essentially an offer is the answer the question, what do you do? And if you say, you know. If I was asked you what do you do for a living and your response was I trained dogs. That's not a very good offer. It's not a very good offer because there's thousands of people that train dogs. So why why should they use you? So really what is your offer? What's different? What's unique about you? And how clearinghouse specific are you? You know, we help people get complete transformation of their dogs in sixty days or less, including helping them overcome aggression, problems, anxiety, problems manager problems obedience problems in more. And so now there's more than that. But I'm just giving you a brief glimpse into what our offer is it specific in that at sixty days or less. It's specific and exactly what we're helping them accomplish its specific. And we help dog owners and our marketing we get even more specific. We don't help dog owners. We hope dog owners are willing to put in an effort. You know, we don't help doger's. We help dog owners are willing to sacrifice and really put in time and money. We don't help dogs. We help you know, dogs that that have owners that are willing to see change. And so we're very specific and clear in our marketing about who we're trying to talk to you. What? What we're doing to solve their problems. And how we do it. That's compelling, and you compare that with what most people are selling and most trainers are selling six sessions of dog training or four section four sessions of dog training or six week group class or a two week, Gordon train or something along those lines. That's what dog trainers are selling. But there's nothing clear compelling and specific about any of that, and your that's all that people are talking about when they're trying to sell you know, when they're trying to sell. They're just they're telling you about well, you've got this problem. Let me give you five sessions. You've got this problem. We give you two weeks. You've got this problem to give you six group classes, that's not what people care about. It's not clear in specific is not compelling. So what is your offer? Think about this take weeks to think about this me years to figure out are offered because I was going at this alone and trying to figure this out. But it took me forever to even figured out. And now that I do I'm embarrassed that it took me years because it's so simple. Here's what we do. Here's the problem. We solve I. Certain type of person that's our offer. And we make it as clear as possible and the more clear, I make it in my sales process the easier, it becomes the cell, and it's so easy. And this is important because selling over the phone is a lot harder to selling in person. And so if you're offered is crystal clear, and it's it's easy to understand it. It's compelling. We're good. And it becomes so easy to sell. I believe in. I actually don't track my numbers like I should. But I think I'm selling now better on the phone than I ever did in person, you know, higher rates for higher ticket amounts. Never meeting. These people selling them while I'm in Belgium, selling them while I'm in in Georgia selling them, while I'm in New York, selling them alum all over the world because my offer is clear compelling and specific. So is yours. It's a good question to ask yourself. All right. Number two, only sell high ticket. And when I say high ticket it's different for every traders different for every market. It's different for everything that you do. But when I.
"gordon trains" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Gordon training announces dot com is breaking down the entire space eight-odd. Hey, melissa. Let's take a look, obviously, a Netflix in debt strong move that we saw from two hundred thirty may not have been that surprising. It's beautiful uptrend channel support. So if you take a look at the move here, you could just connect the highs perfectly control c control v that's copy paste pull that line down. And you can see we have perfect support right here. I think Carter works would agree that this. Shar is the lines. He's paralyze are worth their weight in gold. So looks like if you kind of zooming here get off this weekly chart down to a daily we have an old high about three hundred eighty dollars we need to overtake that. And adapt point if this parallel channel continues you have room until about six hundred twenty until you reach technical resistance long moved from here. But that's just what the charts say the other thing. I would say is maybe that pricing increase. How many of you guys share Loggins and Netflix now you can share with law? I know nobody does that. I my whole family logs into my Netflix academy anymore. Yeah. I know I hopefully redesign lists. The anyways Facebook Facebook is another one that obviously has been beaten down rightfully so huge sell off here. We did a double bottom at this low here in which you'll see is the rate of change. Okay. You throw a ball in the air. It's going to go up. It's at one point. It's gonna lose momentum reverse course to to start to head lower. That's the same concept with a relative strength. We're losing downside momentum. As we did have double bottom here at around that one twenty level, it looks like the bad news is fully priced in to the trade is crowded. Anyone who wants to sell his already done that shorts are starting to come any usually those technicals will lead to fundamental improvement. Whatever that story may be. So to feign names that look supported it all hinges on the SNP here, and this chart, we technicians we've been piling over there's two Hugh. Levels right about the twenty twenty six eighty level right here. We've got Tober we've got December. That was the breakdown. That's where people are caught right there as we're coming back, and I know grass was watching this level as we come back. It's like can we get back to even money find yours sold? So that twenty six eighty is a huge huge level. Twenty twenty seven hundred is well, we have the two hundred day at twenty seven forty. There's about one hundred point zone that we have to break through on the upside to call the coast clear, and I think the market has a lot to prove to us up in that level. I will be selling into this level with stops above. Todd. I'm just curious if you're going to be selling into those levels on the five hundred would you be selling into certain levels on the two names that you like on strength. No. I'm just gonna keep it simple. Because I know we're as traders, those of you at home are trading know, where my levels are defined FANG is in quite a nice recovery right here. Just like to keep it simple. And I find when we're trading if you are trained in the short side, it's easier just to go in the indexes. Keep it simple. Because when those fall it. Oh, it's just it's just keep keeps it simpler. All right, Todd. Thank you. Todd Gordon of trading analysis dot com crossing what do you think of the levels? So the Netflix overshot, I think definitely it's three fifty the overshoot levels three seventy seven. You could play it against that level..
"gordon trains" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"And if we do start to get any more strength. I will cut that I'm long the market longer term, but my shorter term trading accounts. I short with the options market nervously short. But you know technology is moving up fan continues to be strong. I think it's the beaten down FANG coming up heading into earnings is that recovery story. I don't know. But I think that's a major problem. All right, Todd. Good to see you. Thanks todd. Gordon training analysis dot com. Interesting call in terms of JP, Morgan we had temporaries come out downgrading the stock today to a hold rating basically saying that it's going to be a an performer in its group simply because the earnings revisions for its peers will be worse. It's not exactly a reinforcement for J P Morgan's outperformance of the group. Karen? Yeah. I loved P Morgan clearly has a great place to be. I mean, it's you know, this valuation. What is it about ten times? The yield is north of three note like to buy anything on a dividend. But think about that the premier name pristine balance-sheet extraordinary business, right? And to. By Abel to buy at this price. I think the records very compelling here. JP Morgan was my all weather stock yesterday. And that was kind of a crazy thing to do. But I believe that. Yes. Because it outperforms its peer group, I say this about financials, easy to attack them. They've underperformed the SNP from last February to the lows by about eleven and a half percent during this period where yields have been plummeting. And they've obviously rallied back with the last couple of days, but the banks outperform the SNP from mid December to this point. And that tells you something about where they could outperform now, I love the Baxter. I actually yes. No, no, I really loved the banks because I happen to think at least as what's that? What is be K thing became loves to. He he'll buy him twice. That's how much he loves them. But I think we're at the early stages of the fed changing monetary policy. They do not wanna flat yield curve. So they're going to change their policies to the yield Kirsty pens, and that's going to be fantastic for Bank. So I like them, especially the ones that are trading below book value. Well, one of them's trading significantly below tangible. Book is city. I mean, go city reported October middle October tangible book with sixty one dollars ninety one cents that you look at its trading with fifty five dollar handle the banks are trying to tell you something. We're not financial crisis levels, but city trading where it is Goldman Sachs, which is a story unto itself trading where it is telling you the things aren't as rosy as they seem. So although J P Morgan is best. No question about it at what point does it price tangible book just so out of sync with the rest of the space. Does it continue to widen or does J P Morgan sort of start to get cut? That's the question to make. I don't I'm not as focused on on price to tangible book as I am to earnings. Right. So to me the different city at one point. I thought had more upside, right? What a global economy that kind of thing. I mean, we'll just there was price cheaper the cheaper the price to book was cheaper all that. But now the yield is about the same to have J P Morgan ten times city at eight and a half times isn't quite enough to that discount isn't enough. To overcome that what the premium valuation that J PM deserves coming up this being down. Stock is soaring off its recent low as one of the trainer says not to trust the rally. We'll give you the name and tell you what has them so worried plus for eighteen days into the government shutdown America waits for the president to address the nation tonight could the shutdown showdown. It'd be about to recap on the market. We'll have a special report when fast money returns..
"gordon trains" Discussed on KTOK
"Back. Great stupa. Greer for Glenn today. Who is doing a triathlon right off the coast of South Africa, South Africa. It's kind of cool. I mean, you've seen the physical transformation Gordon training for this for how long is in. Incredible looks fantastic. Incredible really healthy guy now. Yeah. Yeah. And makes you feel bad about yourself. You know, sometimes I'll have a meal that's a little bit off or maybe I won't exercise for right? And you see that Glen does not do those things anymore. You can tell you can tell I feel like it's time to sell. All right. Eight seventy seven B E C K with your comments and questions, and maybe you have some questions like we do on this Saudi Arabian killing. I I don't know why we haven't note Riyadh yet. I don't know why. I mean, a journalist was killed. Yeah. That much we kind of know. So usually when that happens we've destroyed the country by now, it's usually what you do. Right. You just willy nilly start launching missiles. I love the way the media reacts to this stuff the criticism, the main criticism of Donald Trump since he's been in the public eye in politics is that he reacts reacts to quickly jumps. He just jumps into everything. And he's he's constantly. He's a he's a loose cannon. He might knew everybody. Nuking everybody. Actually, trying to gather facts. Yeah. Why would you do that? You look to me. Sure looks like something really bad. But again all of this comes from Turkish sources Turkish sources with an incentive to make Saudi Arabia. Look as bad as possible. So until we actually have the evidence, or at least our intelligence services have the evidence it's hard to jump to a conclusion and do anything drastic and the criticism that is coming in Trump is he saying, well, look, we need we've asked for the video we've asked for the audio that supposedly exists that's been described in media reports. But we don't have it yet. We've tried. We've talked to them about it. We've we've were investigating. We sent Mike Pompeo over there to talk to them about it. I mean, I think the same people who we heard for years and years and years and years, we did not do enough research into figured if there was weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and including Donald Trump, by the way, who was who was leading that at the time, or at least commenting publicly very a lot on it. Now, we're hearing from the same media people that we should be jumping immediately to we absolutely know what happened and how can we haven't punish Saudi Arabia yet? Yeah. And I think that that's been the transformation of of the news is that everything now is seen through a Trump prism. And clearly the the Saudi Arabian explanations have been suspect. There's no first of all they didn't know anything about it. I well, he was gone. He left we we don't know where he went. Well, we never saw him leave out the front door. Do you have another? Yeah. You went out the back window. I don't know. Well, okay. Yeah. He's he's dead. We killed him accidentally during an interrogation gone bad, though. I will say even that is a report from CNN about going to announce they have not they haven't yet. Right. They have not announced that they've they've not come out and said that that's true. That is a report from sources to CNN who said they will be coming out to do it or they're considering doing that. But they haven't done it yet. And how do you kill a guy during an interrogation, gone bad? I meant to ask you what you were doing last Thursday. And instead. You're helping with a phone saw. It does happen darnold. I slipped. How many times I have fallen with my bone saw and sawed up someone into tiny little pieces and put them in suitcases. It's happened to me over and over again fifty times in the last three weeks, estimating. Wow. That'd be sixty could be twenty. You don't keep track of every single time. Something like that happens to me. Why not I mean, logistics? Why I subscribe to a suitcase delivery service drops off? You know, a few dozen a day because he's never the hearts in the suitcase deliver it to a private plane takes off maybe on the bad guy here. Okay. Maybe on the bad guy. I happen to run around a lot with my bone. Saw pai. Makes you a bad guy. Don't think so I don't think it does why occasionally mall on one or two individuals injured. Mom, probably suggest stew don't be running around the house or the bone. Saw. She did. She also said don't eat sugary cereal. And I do that. Now, you know, we grow up, we get responsibility for our lives and you start making decisions as an adult in my decision is I'm gonna carry my bones all round cage. Really, my footing is isn't. So. Right. Right. Exactly. Yeah. At least I'm I'm going through the right steps cutting above up, a little pieces and putting them into suitcases. And I think that's your clean up after yourself. That's all you can do is clean up the mess afterwards. You can do. And it's interesting to the media's make it a big deal out of every single time. They talk about this guy. They talk about him as if he's an American because they always say Washington Post reporter, I Jamal kashogi. I think he just he contributed to the Washington Post was he actually is he actually a staff member of the Washington Post columnist wasn't an he's written. It's relatively new left. There was a lot of problems over there. He realized he might be on the wrong side of whatever internal craziness was going on in Saudi Arabia. So that's fairly new, and you know, critics of Saudi Arabia. I think have a have a a a first of all a place in the American media. That is just right. Like, I mean, it's important that we are able to air those things, but also. You know, there's a lot of opposition to them and people don't I mean, you know, remember Saudi Arabia was like the main accusation made by Michael Moore and Fahrenheit Fahrenheit nine eleven. Was the first one he's made he's tried to capitalize on that. So many times I can't remember which one it is now but Fahrenheit nine eleven the first one the biggest political documentary of all time, but in that was just a giant conspiracy theory about how the bushes knew this guy like fifteen. And they're working with this group that's working with the Saudis, and it was all about defending the Saudis, and that's why you know, you don't know the truth about nine eleven. Right. So this is not a new accusation when it comes to Republicans working with Saudi Arabia. But you know, every president has worked with them for a very long time. And it's something that we've been critical about our allies since nineteen thirty three I think so. Yeah. A really long time. And this goes back to the FDR administration. So it's not just Trump who's been. Friendly. I guess with Saudi Arabia, certainly Bush was always always accused of that being too friendly with Saudi Arabia, but Obama was plenty friendly with them to exactly I mean, they've been at allies for a long time. And there is no way that Barack Obama would have done anything severe to Saudi Arabia by this point neither and it wouldn't have done anything about this. It's a great point. And it shows the problem with ninety percent of the media coverage today the difference there is that they perceive Barack Obama as this intellectual deep thinker who is pensive, right? Remember, I'm bringing up Fahrenheit nine eleven again. The big one of the other big criticisms of this was Bush was in a school when he found out about nine eleven and he sat there and let the kids finish the book. And then he he took the call and it took him like nine minutes before he he walked out of the room. Remember this accusation, and they they showed a large chunk of it. And it was. Big deal at the time. You know, like, but they saw Bush as this bad guy who who was due who's incompetent Brock, Obama waited. What was it seventy eight days when he knew were were Osama bin Laden was before he did anything, and he was universally praised for this decision. It was the most difficult decision in five hundred years since. What was the toughest decision made since Charlemagne Charlotte me to go get the worst criminal on earth. Is is a tough decision in in the minds of people who want to praise the decision, by the way, we made on about nine twelve two thousand one to kill the guy. Right. Tens of thousands of military members signed up just to do that. Yeah. They all knew. Yes. Of course, there is risk in a mission like that. But these are this is wrist talk to any military members, especially people who were serving at that time. And they'll tell you that was basically the reason they got into it. Yeah. I mean, you know, a lot of people got in just a hopefully get the opportunity to take that shot. So it was not a difficult decision. But Barack Obama was an intellectual thinker. He was a deep thinker that was just considering all these options, and and weighing all these impossible choices, and he finally came to the conclusion to go and act on this. The opposite is what they feel about Trump that the fact that Trump is going out there and saying wait a minute. Let's hold on a second. Let's get this evidence. Let's figure out exactly what's going on. Let's investigate this before we act irrationally. If Barack Obama was doing. That it would be seen as he's a deep thinker. He's not being reactionary with Trump. It's that he doesn't care. It's all about money, and it's all about Saudi Arabia because Jared Kushner like Saudi Arabia or something it's just the, you know, the the the overwhelming problem is that everybody seems to see everything through the lens of this one individual on our planet. They just are completely obsessed with Donald Trump. Yeah. And and I just don't I can't connect to that. I think as as a person who's a small government guy. I don't want the president to have that much of a role in our lives, just fundamentally whether it's Barack Obama or Donald Trump, but p CNN I think they've made a decision and MSNBC's certainly on this board and pretty much. Every other media source is that this is this is this is what we do. All we do is talk about every issue and how it relates to Donald Trump. This is a man who was murdered potentially cut up into little pieces. Maybe by a mistake a following with your phone saw something happened there. And all we can talk about is. What why Donald Trump is acting the way he's acting? Well, isn't there more of a story here? Maybe that's the story you run in three weeks when you're looking back at this incident. But like isn't the story now much more about the details of the incident? And what happened there were still? Yeah. It should be breaking news. Now, Chicago Tribune is reporting the United States just received a payment of one hundred million dollars from Saudi Arabia..
"gordon trains" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"I am truly making a difference in somebody's home for the rest of the life of that animal because I'm really big, we can teach dog sits stay lay down among command and all that stuff. It's great where a lot of trainers are falling short because they're phenomenal teaching that stuff, but they don't teach the owner or the dog how to implement it into their daily way of life. Yeah, you know. And that's where people like, well, don't you have handlers coming back saying this? Of course I do. You know saying, well, the dog's not quite like it used to be while are you making the dog sit before you feed it? Are you making the dog? You know, sitting stay before you opened the doors and all that kind of stuff. And they're like, oh, yeah, yeah, no, no on. I'm like, no, you're not in. That's why your dog has faded since we finished the two week, Gordon train and I sent it sent the dog home with your came to your house in showed you how to do this, you know. You know, putting the leash on make the dog sit, stay there and wait for you. Not the dog jumping on you saying giving that lease because I'm ready for the wall. You know you're, you're doing things on my time home. Sure. And people need to start doing that. And that's where I've been fitted family so much is because I know I've made changes inside the house. Yeah, the working dog side of things. Men to me than our conic side is cool. It's fun. But honestly, the patrol side is where I know that we're saving lives, and that's kind of one of my biggest things is that we're putting dogs on the streets that are actually going to work are actually going to save lives. They've seen fifty thousand different scenarios. As our continual training are in-service training goes. They're gonna see fifty thousand news in areas that they haven't seen because I'm constantly driving down the road watching other people, right? I watched other people in their cars. I watched people at the mall. I watched people, you know, mowing their lawn or whatever. I'm like. China play out, how could the crappiest day go for the for that person right when I was in law enforcement and corrections and stuff like that. I would tell guys all the time like, look, dude, I know you're in.
"gordon trains" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"You know, I I and a lot of lot of dogs. So people call me about the dogs. I sent him to this girl. This lady couple of few people that I respect and I was talking to an Taylor who was on your show about it. And the funny thing is man, I was on. I had some dogs. My kennels have three weeks off a work to to catch them up and getting working in that first day of that three week trip. I was on tanks, treadmill talk. Yep. And is basically on their like, why? Why aren't you doing the pets? I'm like, I don't fuck and have an answer. It's just it's just time. I haven't done it. And as soon as I get off their, my phone's blowing up with trainers. Tell me, do you gotta do? This is how much money you're losing this, what you're passing up on, this is how you need to be doing it. So I partner it up with a girl named alley. Who is I send all my all the pet referrals to and she's doing twelve thirteen dogs at a time. And she does very nice work, but is working twenty hours a day. And I keep that in mind because I work twenty hours a day. So I need somebody, you know, who has the same kind of work ethic as me. She's texting me right? We're talking. She was up till two clock in the morning last night dealing with dogs. And so she and I have partnered up and we started July I, I signed a lease on a new building and we are booked through November. It's awesome with mostly Gordon trains board and we're doing we're doing some day care. I'll be honest with the daycares to to help friends work to give friends and family job. So the daycare slow, you know, like a lot of places that have daycares. A lot of the dogs are aboard, train dogs that we drop off, you know. So I go to work. I'll drop off aboard and trade dog. The daycare girl knows how to work place so you can help me out a little bit and that's slow. It's picking up. I, I don't even care if the daycare makes money as long as it pays her and I'm good to go. But the. So she gives me a dog a a little easy, six month old golden or something. I'm a cat. I was. I was awesome. The next dog she gives me is a dog killer Staffordshire terrier like I felt like I was, I felt like I was a prison guard on death row or on the life or death row like Hannibal Lecter as I had four Malan walls to very dog aggressive ones of mine in the kennel. And I'm trying to move this dog killer through there. It was a whole ordeal. I had a lot of respect for what you guys do with those aggressive dogs. And I only so I had the dog for a week and then Allie finished the second week with him and that sucked..
"gordon trains" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Look. I, you know, I was gonna bring his name up. Don't make me come out there. Look, please don't make him go out there. Don't make me push Jason into the crowd. I will. I have fallen. I look around. Any times all I'm saying, look, look, I like Corey Clement as well. And I think he's an interesting late round sleeper, but I will tell you, I interviewed Peterson at the combine and asked him his thoughts on Corey Clement. And the first thing out of his mouth was listen. He's great on special teams, and I'm like. Good, right? He just he talked about how could he what's specialty and we're gonna win the offense as well look. And I know you got sproles here, but if Jay stays healthy behind that offensive line on one of the best offenses, football, I'm not. I'm not saying it's going to happen, but you're asking got a guy that he has to do it and then they have to pay him. Yeah, understood. But all I'm saying is that that is a guy in a situation that doesn't have a ton of competition, nieces, say. Giant JJ. And then I started to second guess at a little bit with the conduct situation, but I believe one hundred percent the judge I in the fourth round is steel right now. It's a good even in New York City, fantasy draft next, thanks. Yeah. What's up, man, how you doing today. Make sure you buddy. We can't see you. So sorry. So you guys all have Gordon Landry in the top thirty two. Why receivers, right? Why do you think the Browns? The Browns can sustain to top thirty two receivers when they didn't sustain a top fifty last year this, this is a very fair question. Josh Gordon was Derek, say heavily talked about on the podcast that's going to come out tomorrow. I highly suggest everyone jumps onto the YouTube. Yeah, you might wanna see as for Josh or NC the defensive, Josh, Josh Gordon and my my defense of those rankings. Like I talked about on earlier show is the upgrade at the quarterback position. If if it ends up being tyrod Taylor, the entire season, which in my in my projections, it will be not. But that's a huge upgrade for Josh Gordon who was manhandling manhandling NFL d. Offensive backs after coming off the street from three years, he was just ready to go. And then it goes, then we have. We have Baker Mayfield waiting in the wings, who was my number one quarterback coming into the draft. I was shocked that the Cleveland Browns did the right thing and they took Baker. He's one of the most accurate quarterbacks in college history. He is a fantastic player, and if you get accurate passes to to wide receivers who can make things happen, who can get separation, who can who can do things after the catch. That's why you have them both ranks the way that they are Jason. How do you say? Well, I mean, yeah, listen to the Phillies show because I am very much not on the Josh Gordon train at his current price, and I actually have neither of them in the top thirty. Two consensus rankings have through my defense of your accusation is how.
"gordon trains" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"You had a chance to win on the road again back to back games obviously you knew going into the playoffs that you're gonna have a tough guy you're going to play on the road against the rams the us experience to beat them and then you go up against eagles team with the backup quarterback and you hold them what was the house worth seventeen fourteen or something like that i was like score really low scoring game so your defense dan queens defensive guy you your defense defenses on top of it you're holding the points and you can't get your offense which is supposed to be your strength to get going and i mean what's what was going on so you gotta definitely be disappointed for that game knowing that you let one slip away and watching the eagles lombardi trophy the season probably was another knife in the chest probably because obviously the year after you lose twenty eight to three game the you're winning to the patriots and then come back and lose to the eventual champions again is gut wrenching yeah especially so but now moving onto this we're hearing ota time and all that julio jones's never nowhere to be found and i mean they know where he's at but nonetheless i made and it's always a story whether or not this players ido ta's thumb brady's eto tears granato tears or whatever you don't always went crazy when he deleted his instagram all falcon stuff in this twitter and of course he says oh there's no nothing's going on yeah good and as far as players not as i mean it's not really a big story that i could care less about a bunch of dudes running around in shorts i'm being training camp comes maybe i'll start paying attention i mean because in reality it's just it's it's the combine for pros i guess you know learning the playbook like i said you're out there in short not really doing too much or whatever so i have no problem jones we all know what kind of player is and it's kind of like with tom brady not being as it's more so they're trying to push that story that was brought up bagging week fifteen about the tension i'll let tom brady your forty one years old what do you need to be ot as for me brett farve hated gordon training camp as.
"gordon trains" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Team drafts three runningbacks but he still the main guy in the battlefield so how did you think you'll be this season now that he's had a full offseason to prepare well i think he definitely feels comparable in the role you know it's pretty up to go from bay receiver jumping into that position game we fix whatever it work last year he's put on about ten pounds at iasi you're going around adrian peterson melvin gordon training and getting some good advice from there but i take europe it's bobby brown but why poppy and what kind of blew me away with that are going to be tougher on your body you're taking the shot every week it fifteen twenty carry the post two three or four passes an he said that he looked forward to that might be a game for a couple of years what he thought he would endorse much because he wasn't a bankrupt coming out of a you're out of those games so it's it's kind of a quick the way of looking at life but the retail pretty good about the fact going to be more involved in the action on a regular basis to nudge want that pain are you mentioned kansas city the chiefs training camp was yet another stop on your tour how did they look to you right now well there if you're saying because i think for years the last few years to their andy reid they've been very successful three playoff appearances in the last four years but a lot of drama the thought feeder with albahari tweeting about not showing up for all people to work out in the area of john dorsey hourly theme jeremy macklin um but i i i really think that in a preseason so far you've seen a lot of focus malik smith a lot of really good quarter piped way you may be getting pushed by the fact that they've drafted a first rao quarterback and after bomb who's played pretty well but i do think that if they're able to get um you know again stopping the run on defense that would be a we feel for them last year if you're a what could turn pie read hill with the most exciting player in football last year into a fulltime receiver instead of a receiver runner returned man threat uh good it should be back in.
"gordon trains" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Those two things what solutions and what experience they want to have and then you can start really figuring out cost to deliver that i want to do like a little thought exercise are going outside the industry because i find that even though i talked about this a lot that folks though struggled understand that and i see so many folks still off the same own thing you know here's our programs at seven sessions here's our programs it's two weeks of gordon train here's our program that's one eye to pat sitting is x amount of dollars but again if we're looking at it from a solution base mindset that's not doing our customers any sort of justice any sort of service it's doing him a disservice so i want to compare those two different industry just the kind of give you an different mindset so let's say that your personal trainer and you make a big promise in your big promises that you can help people lose weight and as a little aside here this is very important for the identity of your company what is your pick promise your big promise is not i walk dobs your big promises maybe i don't know it's different for every company but you're pick promise is i help does not be boarding destroyed things rather owners your work that's your big promise not i walk dogs anybody can walk a dog but can anybody you know tire the dugout the way that you can or give than the mental simulation or you know what's the big promised for the ducks trainer it's not i trained dogs anybody can trained arts your big promise is i saw of aggression in thirty data laughs or i do you know whatever your promise is you need to have a very significant promised to your marketplace and you to be demonstrating that with your copy didn't you be demonstrate that with your videos in and whatnot when you're a groomer your promises not i grew your dog your promise is again it could be of right if things but you know your top comes to say place for they're going to be happy and they're going to get the exact service that you want and they're not gonna screwed up leno that's what happens a lot of rumors started rumors that's that's the big figure people complain about with you guys and so so anyways what is your promised i know that's of going off topic for second but that but it's pretty important understand that because everything hovers.
"gordon trains" Discussed on WAKR Radio 1590
"One adding him florida could be where active mosquito transitions of the zeke a virus or purring governor rick scott says they are taking action on today's news i'm direct in that department health to merely began contract with commercial pest control companies increase brain and this could have begun efforts in impacted area four people have been and infected with cinco they apparently had no link to travel outside the us leno from our experience successfully doing with other missed due to bourn virus is in our state through caso surveillance and in the immediate action that we protector families in visitors peers good resident should do counties to test each individual units of blood collect the cbs news update i'm dave bear the two spent much of the season sometimes today the point it's going to be we got a huge forms on saturday night murray was to play sunday the home which everybody to the weather channel he knew in formed enough to david work it on the road jason socal show fifty two ninety wha on akron's news that sports authority you know i don't have allowed a history with josh away and obviously but his history is proceeding him and i think he knows that and i think the only way too you know what a player in these situations is the kind of get the re start but for him and he has to go do it brown said coach hue jackson in talking about josh gordon training camp is upon us back to reality cleveland sports fans three three three seven oh fifteen id if you want to join in three three three seven oh fifteen ninety let's go to the hotline jeff shootout joins us from the news harold and the morning journal jeff good morning and they're demanding card your profile yeah it's been a while going off doing all this convention stuff and now the browns are upon us here and training camp getting under way today you heard the clip their from my hue jackson talking about josh gordon in and from what you can pursue from these guys how much confidence do they have that josh gordon.